Wednesday 4 November 1987 — MELBOURNE

With the 1987 ratings season coming to a close, one of Seven’s last big guns for the year was the two-part mini series Nancy Wake, based on the true story of the Australian World War 2 heroine tagged by the Gestapo as the “White Mouse”. The series starred Noni Hazlehurst in the title role.

Over at Ten, You’ve Got To Be Joking was a Candid Camera-type program that was to be the star vehicle for Don Lane’s return to television after three years. The weekly show was not a hit, and neither was Lane’s follow up project, the variety show Late Night Australia that had a brief run in 1988.

Source: The Herald Gold TV Guide, 2 November 1987.

abc_1975_bw 7logo_1980s_bw 9logo_1980s_bw ten_1984_bw sbs_85_bw
6AM 6am Calvin And The Colonel
6.25 Huckleberry Hound
6.40 Cartoon Connection
6am Early News. Eric Walters
6.30 Business Today
6am Daybreak. Ron Wilson, Claudia Emery
7AM 7am Voltron Defender Of The Universe
7.30 Battle Of The Planets
7am Today 7am Good Morning Australia. Kerri-Anne Kennerley, Tim Webster
8AM 8am The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz
8.30 Sesame Street
9AM 9.30 Play School 9am The Love Game
9.30 TV Education
9am Here’s Humphrey
9.30 The Young Doctors
9am Good Morning Melbourne
10AM 10am For Schools: For The Juniors, Australian History, Write Now, What Do We Do Now, Behind The News 10am Romper Room
10.50 Seven’s Community Service
10am The Sullivans 10am Fat Cat And Friends
10.30 Another World
11AM 11am Eleven AM. Richard Zachariah 11am The Home Shopping Show
11.30 National Nine News
11.30 Daywatch
12PM 12pm The Investigators (Rpt)
12.30 The Orchestra
12pm Movie: Griffin And Phoenix. 1976 [IMDB] 12pm Mdday With Ray Martin 12pm Movie: The Tall Stranger. 1957 [IMDB]
1PM 1pm Parental Guidance Recommended
1.15 For Schools: A Vous La France, Channel 1-2-3-4-5, Voyage Of The Mimi, Earthwatch
1.30 Days Of Our Lives
2PM 2pm The New Price Is Right 2.30 The Young And The Restless 2pm The Rockford Files 2.05pm Movie: The Last Fleksnes. 1973 (Norway) [IMDB]
3PM 3pm Sesame Street 3pm Doctor On The Go
3.30 Bewitched
3.30 General Hospital 3pm The Six Million Dollar Man 3.30 Chile’s Forbidden Dreams
4PM 4pm Play School
4.30 Kaboodle
4pm Wombat
4.30 The Littlest Hobo
4pm C’mon Kids 4pm Ridgey Didge 4.30 Kaleidoscope
5PM 5pm Grange Hill
5.30 The Goodies
5pm Wheel Of Fortune. John Burgess, Adriana Xenides
5.30 Have A Go. Jonathan Coleman, Ian Rogerson
5pm Kathy And The Bugs Bunny Show
5.30 Benson
5pm The New Real Ghostbusters
5.30 Perfect Match
5pm Anne’s International Kitchen. Anne Luciano
5.20 The World’s Most Beautiful Tales (Switzerland)
5.30 Sport Report Australia
6PM 6pm Ghostbusters
6.30 Eastenders
6pm Seven National News. Greg Pearce 6pm National Nine News. Brian Naylor
6.30 Willesee
6pm Eyewitness News. David Johnston, Mal Walden 6pm Brookside
6.30 World News. George Donikian
7PM  7pm ABC News. Mary Delahunty
7.30 The 7.30 Report. John Jost
7pm Terry Willesee Tonight
7.30 Family Ties
7pm Sale Of The Century
7.30 Matlock
7pm Neighbours
7.30 You’ve Got To Be Joking
7pm Office Gossip (Germany)
7.30 Dabbawallahs Of Bombay
8PM  8pm Quantum
8.30 Mr Palfrey Of Westminster
8pm Hey Dad!
8.30 Tattslotto
8.32 Mini-Series: Nancy Wake. Part One [IMDB] (see advertisement below)
8.30 Movie: Romancing The Stone. 1984 [IMDB] 8.30 Movie: Commando. 1985 [IMDB] 8.30 Sport Report Australia
9PM  9.20 The Africans 9pm Worldwide
9.30 Doing Time
10PM  10.15 The Walsh Report. Max Walsh
10.45 Talking Shop
10.30 Newsworld 10.45 News
10.50 Connie
10.15 Eyewitness News
10.30 Movie: Amsterdam Kill. 1978 [IMDB]
10.30 The Noise. Annette Shun Wah
11PM  11.15 Sweet Sixteen
11.45 Close
11.30 What A Carry On 11.50 Mini-Series: Valley Of The Dolls. Part Two [IMDB] 11.30 World News (Rpt)
12AM  12am News Overnight: 12am Today (NBC), 2am Daybreak, 4am Newsworld (Rpt), 5am Daywatch
(Continues to 6am)
12.25am Night Shift. David White 12am Close
2AM  2.50am Movie: Brighton Rock. 1948 (B&W) [IMDB]
4AM  4.35 Bonanza
5AM  5.30 Animal Express
(Continues to 6am)
5am Blankety Blanks. Graham Kennedy
5.30 Superman
(Continues to 6am)