Sunday 15 June 2003 — MELBOURNE

Seven screens the final performance of John Farnham’s The Last Time tour of 2002-03.

(This listing excludes Channel 31 and digital-only channels ABC Fly, ABC Kids and SBS World News Channel which are not listed in TV Week)

Source: TV Week, 14 June 2003

6AM Rage (cont’d)
6.30am The Busy World Of Richard Scarry
6.55 Merlin The Magical Puppy
6am One
6.30 In Our Family
6am Turn Round Australia
6.30 World View
(5am) Golf: US Open 6am Worldwatch: 6am L’Ahbarijiet, 6.30 Pangunahing Balita, 7am Hungarian News, 7.30 Visnyk Ukrainy, 8am Weatherwatch & Music, 8.55 Kalejdoskop, 9.30 Esta Semana, 10am Telegiornale
7AM 7.05 Construction Site
7.15 Preston Pig
7.25 Simon In The Land Of Chalk Drawings
7.30 Funny Little Bugs
7.35 Albert The 5th Musketeer
7am The Book Of Pooh
7.30 The Crash Zone
7am Primetime
8AM 8am Big Kids
8.25 Olliver’s Adventures
8.35 Vampires, Pirates And Aliens
8am Sunday Sunrise 8am Business Sunday
9AM 9am Insiders
9.45 Inside Business
9.30 Sportsworld 9am Sunday
10AM 10.15 Seven Days
10.35 Asia Pacific Focus
10am Anne Of Green Gables: The Animated Series
10.30 Horace And Tina
10.30 Missing Vietnam
11AM 11am Songs Of Praise
11.35 Philosophy — A Guide To Happiness
11am Rex Hunt’s Footy Panel 11am The Sunday Footy Show: AFL. Garry Lyon 11am Totally Wild
11.30 Meet The Press
11m Cycling: UCI Track World Cup. Highlights
12PM 12pm Landline 12pm Rugby Zone 12pm Chilli Factor
12.30 Motor Racing: World Rally Championship. Acropolis Rally, Round Six
12pm The World Game
1PM 1pm Gardening Australia
1.30 Message Stick
1pm Control Freaks
1.30 Movie: Speedway. 1968 [IMDB]
1pm Football: AFL. Brisbane Lions v West Coast Eagles. 1.30 RPM 1.30 Asia Football
2PM 2pm Sister Wendy’s American Collection 2.30 Motor Racing: Targa Tasmania. Highlights 2pm Soccer: FIFA World Cup Classics. Argentina v Cameroon.
3PM 3pm Ken Unsworth — All Fired Up 3.30 Movie: RocketMan. 1997 [IMDB] 3.30 V8 Supercars 3.30 World Football
4PM 4pm Critical Mass
4.30 Garbutt — Architecture Postcards
4.40 Words With James Griffin
4pm Football: AFL. Collingwood v Hawthorn 4pm Speedweek
5PM 5pm Finest Hour 5.30 Discover 5pm Ten News
5.30 Sports Tonight
6PM 6pm Pilot Guides
6.55 James Can Cook
6pm Seven News
6.30 Australia’s Worst Drivers
6pm National Nine News
6.30 The Block. Jamie Durie
6pm In-Entertainment
6.30 Big Brother
6pm The Movie Show (Rpt)
6.30 World News
7PM  7pm ABC News
7.30 A World In Arms
7pm Harry’s Practice
7.30 Special: John Farnham — The Last Time
7.29 Keno
7.30 60 Minutes
7pm My Big Fat Greek Life
7.30 Big Brother Eviction
7pm World Sport
7.30 Empires — The Kingdom Of David
8PM  8.25 ABC News
8.30 Cambridge Spies
8.30 Movie: The Art Of War. 2000 [IMDB] 8.30 Mini-Series: After The Deluge. Part One [IMDB] 8.30 Germany’s War (Germany)
9PM  9.30 Compass 9.30 Masterpiece: Stormy Weather — The Music Of Harold Arlen
10PM  10.25 Critical Mass
10.55 Sydney International Piano Competition
10.30 Ten News 10.55 Movie: I Am Curious, Yellow. 1967 (Sweden) [IMDB]
11PM  11.40 Ape Man — Adventures In Human Evolution 11pm Movie: Brilliant Lies. 1996 [IMDB] 11pm Movie: Firefox. 1982 [IMDB] 11pm Sports Tonight
11.30 Motorcycle Racing: Catalunya MotoGP
12AM  12.30am Queen — Is This The Real Life?
1AM  1.20 Movie: Charley’s Aunt. 1940 [IMDB] 1am Today (NBC) 1.30am Rugby League: NRL. Canberra Raiders v Brisbane Broncos 1am No Experience Necessary
1.45 Close
2AM  2.35 Movie: Song For Tomorrow. 1948 [IMDB] 2am Meet The Press (NBC) 2.30am Motor Racing: 2003 FIA Formula One World Championship. Round Eight
3AM  3.35 Massive Landmarks Of The Twentieth Century 3am Guthy-Renker Australia 3.30 Guthy-Renker Australia
4AM  4am The Reading Writing Roadshow
4.30 Movie: Blanche Fury. 1947 [IMDB]
(Continues to 6am)
4am Danoz Direct
4.30 Hang Time
4.30 Danoz Direct
5AM  5.10 Saved By The Bell
5.35 The PJs
(Continues to 6am)
5am 48 Hours
(Continues to 6am)
5.30 Golf: US Open
(Continues to 10am)
5am Weatherwatch, Music
5.30 Worldwatch: Japanese News
(Continues to 6am)