Sunday 7 March 1993 — MELBOURNE

ABC broadcasts The Great Debate in the lead up to the 1993 Federal Election, featuring Prime Minister Paul Keating and Opposition Leader Dr John Hewson and moderated by Kerry O’Brien.

ABC also begins broadcasting 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with the expansion of overnight programming from Friday and Saturday nights to every night of the week.

Source: TV Week, 6 March 1993

6AM Rage (cont’d) 6am Sing Me A Rainbow
6.30 Agro’s Sunday. Includes The Fearless Five, Kids Inc
6am Turn Round Australia
6.30 Mosaic
6am Sword Fish
6.30 Mass For You At Home
7AM 7.30 The New Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh 7am Guess What?
7.30 Look Who’s Talking
7am Kids’ Stuff. Includes Bobby’s World, Captain Zed And The Zee Zone, Mind Twist, Gophers
8AM 8am Couch Potato. Includes Inspector Gadget, Simon And The Witch
8.50 Johnson And Friends
8am Now You See It
8.30 The New Adventures Of Black Beauty
8am Business Sunday
9AM 9am Lawn Bowls: Qantas Jetabout International Final 1992 (Rpt) 9am Sportsworld 9am Sunday. Jim Waley 9am Video Hits 9am English At Work
9.30 Italian Soccer
10AM 10am Cycling: Austral Wheel Race 10.30 Soccer: The Road To Wembley
11AM 11am Looking For God
11.45 The Gospels
11am Wide World Of Sports Sunday Edition 11.30 The Best Of Anne’s International Kitchen
12PM 12pm Landline 12pm Water Skiing: Moomba Masters. Peter Landy, Ian Faulkner 12pm Basketball: Reebok Blacktop Three On Three Super Challenge 12pm Italia News
12.30 Greek News
1PM 1pm Review
1.30 Sunday Afternoon With Peter Ross
1pm Globe TV 1pm Soccer: FIFA/Coca-Cola World Youth Championship (Rpt)
2PM 2pm Football: AFL Foster’s Cup 2pm Movie: Gidget Goes To Rome. 1963 [IMDB]
3PM 3pm Twelve O’Clock High
4PM 4.55 Bookchat 4.30 Get Smart 4pm Sports Sunday. Ken Sutcliffe, Tony Greig 4pm The Love Boat
5PM 5.05 Pride And Prejudice 5.30 Dinosaurs 5pm Healthy Wealthy And Wise (Rpt)
6PM 6pm The Living Planet 6pm Seven Nightly News. Peter Mitchell
6.30 Talk To The Animals
6pm National Nine News. Peter Hitchener
6.30 Our World: Glenn Ridge’s Outback — Australia’s Hidden Valley
6pm Ten Eyewitness News
6.30 The Simpsons
6pm Positions Vacant
6.30 World News. Lee Lin Chin
7PM  7pm ABC News. Sue McIntosh
7.30 Special: The Great Debate. Kerry O’Brien
7.27 Scratch ‘N’ Spin
7.30 The Golden Palace
7.29 Keno
7.30 60 Minutes. Jennifer Byrne, Richard Carleton, Jeff McMullen, Charles Wooley
7pm The Wonder Years
7.30 Beverly Hills 90210
7pm Vox Populi. Rhoda Roberts
7.30 Brain Sex
8PM  8.25 ABC News
8.30 True Stories
8pm Nurses
8.30 Movie: We’re No Angels. 1989 [IMDB]
8.30 Movie: Toy Soldiers. 1991 [IMDB] 8.30 Movie: The Dream Team. 1989 [IMDB] 8.30 Soccer: FIFA/Coca-Cola World Youth Championship
9PM  9.30 The Camomile Lawn
10PM  10.25 Compass 10.45 Movie: Porky’s. 1982 [IMDB] 10.45 Newsbreak
10.50 Movie: Iron Eagle. 1986 [IMDB]
10.50 Ten Eyewitness News
10.55 Meet The Press
10.30 Soccer: FIFA/Coca-Cola World Youth Championship. Highlights
11PM  11.15 Capital City 11.25 Movie: Chiller. 1985 [IMDB]
12AM  12.05am Ripping Yarns
12.45 Australia Television International News
12.35am Today (NBC) 12am The Movie Show (Rpt)
12.30 Movie: The Good Father. 1986 [IMDB]
1AM  1.15 The Bill 1.35 Meet The Press (NBC) 1.10am Movie: Countdown To Looking Glass. 1984 [IMDB] 1.20am Gillette World Sports
1.30 Movie: The Telephone. 1987 [IMDB]
2AM  2.05 Movie: Life For Ruth. 1962 (B&W) [IMDB] 2.35 Movie: Van Nuys Blvd. 1979 [IMDB] 2am Close
3AM  3.35 Wings Over The World 3am Movie: Cancel My Reservation. 1972 [IMDB] 3.20 Movie: The Defective Detective. 1983 [IMDB]
4AM  4.30 Doctor Who 4.15 Movie: Star Fever. 1985
(Continues to 6am)
5AM  5am Open Learning
(Continues to 6.30am)
5.30 The Sullivans
(Continues to 6am)
5am National Geographic
(Continues to 6am)