Monday 11 February 1985 — ADELAIDE

Midday With Ray Martin makes its debut, replacing The Mike Walsh Show. In the interim months between the two shows, the Ten Network took the opportunity to launch its own new midday program, Good Afternoon Australia, with Gordon Elliott and Katrina Lee. Good Afternoon Australia only lasted a couple of months before being revamped as After Noon, with Tony Murphy replacing Gordon Elliott. After Noon only lasted a few months while Midday continued in various forms until 1998.

Nine also launches Blankety Blanks with Daryl Somers, a revival of the popular game show hosted by Graham Kennedy in the late 1970s — which is screening in repeats on SAS10.

See also: Monday 11 February 1985 — VICTORIA

Source: The Advertiser, 11 February 1985

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6AM 6.30am Today. Steve LIebmann, Elizabeth Hayes 6.30am Good Morning Australia
7AM 7am Flash Gordon (B&W)
7.30 Leave It To Beaver (B&W)
8AM 8am Sesame Street 8am The Smurfs
8.30 Flintstone Frolics
8.30 Here’s Humphrey 8.30 Eight Is Enough
9AM 9am Play School
9.30 Primary Preview
9am Romper Room 9.30 Fantasy Island 9.30 Fat Cat And Friends
10AM 10am Secondary Preview
10.30 Pride And Prejudice
10am The Lionel Williams Show 10.30 Adelaide Today. Amanda Halvorsen 10am The Restless Years
11AM 11.25 Test Pattern, Music 11am Eleven AM. Clive Robertson, Ross Symonds 11am National Nine News. Eric Walters, Ken Sutcliffe, Brian Bury
11.30 Here’s Lucy
11am Touch Of Elegance. Margaret Glazbrook
12PM 12.45pm Weekend Magazine (Rpt) 12pm Movie: The Second Time Around. 1961 [IMDB] 12pm Midday With Ray Martin PREMIERE (see advertisement below) 12pm After Noon. Tony Murphy, Katrina Lee PREMIERE (see advertisement below)
1PM 1pm Test Pattern, Music 1.30 Days Of Our Lives 1.30 The Young And The Restless
2PM 2pm Cop Shop 2.30 General Hospital 2.30 Another World
3PM 3pm Sesame Street
3.55 The Toothbrush Family
3pm Donahue 3.30 The Young Doctors 3.30 Blankety Blanks. Graham Kennedy 
4PM 4pm Play School
4.30 The Bush Gang
4.55 Roger Ramjet
4pm Wombat
4.30 The Tripods
4pm Channel Niners. Includes Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 4pm Simon Townsend’s Wonder World
5PM 5pm The Flight Of The Heron
5.30 Star Blazers
5.55 On The Road
5.58 News Headlines
5pm Play Your Cards Right. Ugly Dave Gray
5.30 Wheel Of Fortune. Ernie Sigley, Adriana Xenides
5pm Scooby Doo
5.30 Diff’rent Strokes
5pm The Brady Bunch
5.30 Perfect Match. Greg Evans, Debbie Newsome
6PM 6pm Take Five
6.05 Worzel Gummidge
6.30 In The Wild With Harry Butler
6pm The New Price Is Right. Ian Turpie
6.30 Seven National News. Kevin Crease, Anne Fulwood, Keith Martyn (see advertisement below)
6pm Blankety Blanks. Daryl Somers PREMIERE (see advertisement below)
6.30 News. Rob Kelvin, Caroline Ainslie
6pm Eyewitness News. Graeme Goodings, Bob Harnett, Sue Ellbourne
7PM  7pm ABC News. Judith Barr
7.30 Don’t Rock The Boat
7.55 Butterflies
7pm State Affair. Keith Conlon (see advertisement below)
7.30 Sons And Daughters
7pm Sale Of The Century. Tony Barber, Delvene Delaney
7.30 TV’s Bloopers And Practical Jokes
7pm MASH
7.30 The A Team
8PM  8.25 Shoestring 8.28 News
8.30 Movie: Conan The Barbarian [IMDB]
8.30 Possession 8.33 News
8.35 Movie: One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest [IMDB]
9PM  9.15 Life At Stake 9.30 Willesee. Mike Willesee
10PM  10.05 News, Weather
10.15 All Star Soccer
10pm Movie: Carry On England. 1975 [IMDB]
11PM  11.15 Close 11pm Boone 11.45 Movie: Night Of Terror. 1972 [IMDB] 11.10 Speedway
12AM  12am Close 12.10am Second City TV
12.40 Alice
1AM  1.15am Movie: Summer Wishes Winter Dreams. 1973 [IMDB] 1.10 Close
2AM  2.55 Movie: Victory At Sea. 1954 (B&W) [IMDB]
4AM  4.50 Movie: Dirigible. 1931 (B&W) [IMDB]
(Continues to 6.30am)
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