Saturday 6 November 1999 — MELBOURNE

ABC, SBS and Nine give varying amounts of coverage to the the 1999 referendum on the question of whether Australia should become a republic.

Seven has late night coverage of the final and closing ceremony of the 1999 Rugby World Cup, from Cardiff, Wales.

(This listing excludes community Channel 31 which is not listed in TV Week)

Source: TV Week, 6 November 1999

6AM Rage (cont’d) 6am Cross Country
6.30 Star Trek
6am Ace Ventura Pet Detective
6.30 Fantastic Voyages Of Sinbad The Sailor
6am Sports Tonight (Rpt) 6am Worldwatch: 6am Cantonese News, 6.20 Mandarin News, 6.55 Telegiornale, 7.30 Das Journal, 8am Ta Nea Ton Ennea, 9am Le Journal, 9.30 Sevodnia, 10.15 Telediario, 11am Indonesian News, 11.30 The Journal, 12pm Business Report
7AM 7am Saturday Disney 7am Goodsports
7.30 Now You See It
7am Hot Shots
7.30 Fast Tracks
8AM 8am Today On Saturday. Helen Dalley 8am Totally Wild
8.30 Ocean Girl
9AM 9am The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh
9.30 Flipper And Lopaka
9am Crocadoo II
9.30 Skippy — Adventures In Bushtown
9am High Flyers
9.30 Video Hits
10AM 10am Hang Time
10.30 Clueless
10am Y
10.30 Cricket: First Test. Australia v Pakistan. Live from Brisbane
11AM 11am Saved By The Bell — The New Class
11.30 USA High
11am Horse Racing: Melbourne Cup Carnival. Stakes Day. Tim Webster, Sandra Sully, Peter Donegan. Live from Flemington
12PM 12pm Stateline (Rpt)
12.30 Snooker: The Lindrum Masters
12pm Movie: My Man Godfrey. 1957 [IMDB] 12.30pm Opera: Fidelio (Austria)
1PM 1.30 Baseball: World Series. Highlights 1.55 Movie: Stay Away Joe. 1968 [IMDB] 1pm The Cricket Show. Simon O’Donnell
1.30 Cricket (cont’d)
2PM 2.30 Cycling: Cycle Classic. Highlights 2.30 Cracks In The Mask
3PM 3.30 Basketball: NBL. Sydney Kings v Brisbane Bullets 3.30 Soccer: European Champions League. Highlights
4PM 4pm The Ghost And Mrs Muir
4.30 The Games — Sydney 2000
4.30 World Soccer. Les Murray
5PM 5pm Basketball: WNBL. Sydney Flames v Adelaide Lightning 5pm A Graze With Danger
5.30 Rex Hunt Fishing Adventures
5pm Ten News. Tracey Spicer
5.30 Sports Tonight. Matthew White
5pm Soccer: English Premier League. Highlights
6PM 6pm Wild Ones
6.30 Referendum: Australia Decides. Kerry O’Brien, Ian Sinclair, Barry Jones
6pm Seven Nightly News
6.30 The World Around Us: Animal Informers
6pm National Nine News. Jo Hall
6.30 Referendum: Australia Decides. Ray Martin, Laurie Oakes, Graham Richardson, Michael Kroger
6pm Happy Days
6.30 Movie: Beethoven’s 2nd. 1993 [IMDB]
6pm Cycling: Commonwealth Bank Classic. Highlights
6.30 World News. Lee Lin Chin
7PM  7pm ABC News
7.30 Ballykissangel
7.30 This Fabulous Century. Peter Luck 7.30 Hey Hey It’s Saturday. Daryl Somers, Livinia Nixon, John Blackman, Wilbur Wilde, Red Symons, Russell Gilbert 7pm World Sport. Les Murray
7.30 As It Happened
8PM  8.30 Referendum: Australia Decides. Kerry O’Brien
8.40 The Bill
8.30 Movie: The Presidio. 1988 [IMDB] 8.30 World News: Referendum Update
8.40 East Of Eastenders
9PM  9.30 Referendum: Australia Decides. Kerry O’Brien 9.30 CI5 — The New Professionals 9.30 Referendum: Australia Decides 9.30 World News: Referendum Update
9.40 Movie: World War Three. 1998 (Germany) [IMDB]
10PM  10.30 O’Loghlin On Saturday Night. James O’Loghlin 10.35 The Clive James Show 10.30 Movie: McQ. 1974 [IMDB] 10.30 Ten News
11PM  11.30 Secrets Of War 11.35 LAPD 11pm Sports Tonight
11.30 Golf: World Championships. Highlights
11.20 World News: Referendum Update
11.35 Eat Carpet
12AM  12.25am Rage
(Continues to 7am)
12am LAPD — Life On The Beat
12.30 Rugby Union: 1999 Rugby World Cup. Closing Ceremony.
12.45am Walker Texas Ranger 12.40am Movie: Tiger Cage. 1988 (Hong Kong) [IMDB]
1AM  1.45 The Late Show With David Letterman
2AM  2am Rugby Union: 1999 Rugby World Cup. Final 2.45 Movie: Fire Down Below. 1957 [IMDB] 2am Telemall Shopping 2.15 Close
3AM  3am Home Shopping
4AM  4.30 Telemall Shopping 4.55 High Adventure 4am Life Is For Living
4.30 Key Of David
5AM  5.35 Running The Halls
(Continues to 6am)
5am Jesse Duplantis Ministries
5.30 Creflo A Dollar Jnr
(Continues to 6am)
5am Hour Of Power
(Continues to 6am)
5am Weatherwatch, Music
(Continues to 6am)