Monday 16 February 1987 — ADELAIDE

Don Lane returns to television and debuts on the Ten Network with his new comedy/game show You’ve Got To Be Joking. The series did not last beyond its first year.

Source: TV Week, 14 February 1987

6AM 6am Today 6am Focus On Living
6.30 Good Morning Australia
7AM 7am Cartoon Connection. Includes The Adventures Of Gulliver, The Smurfs, She-Ra Princess Of Power, Roman Holidays
8AM 8am Today’s Special
8.30 Sesame Street
8.30 Here’s Humphrey 8.30 Good Times
9AM 9.30 Play School 9am Romper Room 9.30 Possession 9am Jazzercise
9.30 Fat Cat And Friends
10AM 10am For Schools: Little Tim And The Brace Sea Captain, For The Juniors, Words Fail Me, Encounter France, Clay Play, Flip Slide Turn, Australian Studies 10am The Lionel Williams Show 10.30 Adelaide Today 10am Another World
11AM 11am Eleven AM
11.59 News
11am National Nine News
11.30 The Sullivans
11am Touch Of Elegance
11.58 News
12PM 12pm A Big Country
12.30 Scene
12pm Knots Landing 12pm Midday With Ray Martin 12pm The Young And The Restless
12.58 News
1PM 1pm For Schools: Masterworks From The World’s Great Museums, Detective, Let’s Go Maths, Insight, Five School, Piggeldy And Frederick 1pm Movie: The Singing Nun. 1956 [IMDB] 1.30 Days Of Our Lives 1pm Hotel
1.58 News
2PM 2.58 News 2.30 Coronation Street 2pm Movie: A Warm December. 1973 [IMDB]
3PM 3pm Sesame Street 3pm The New Price Is Right 3.30 The Young Doctors 3.58 News
4PM 4pm Play School
4.30 Mr Squiggle And Friends
4pm Wombat
4.30 Lassie
4pm C’mon Kids 4pm Fraggle Rock
4.30 Simon Townsend’s Wonder World
4.30pm Kaleidoscope. Includes Animated Puppets (Japan), The Adventures Of Tin Tin (France)
5PM 5pm The Afternoon Show. James Valentine. Includes Shagman Of The Submerged Worlds, Return Of The Antelope 5pm Wheel Of Fortune
5.30 Kingswood Country
5pm The Bugs Bunny Show
5.30 The Newlywed Game
5pm Bewitched
5.30 Perfect Match
5pm The Electric Company
5.30 The Noise. Annette Shun Wah
6PM 6pm The Kids Of Degrassi Street
6.30 EastEnders
6pm Have A Go. Jonathan Coleman, Ian Rogerson
6.30 Seven National News. Kevin Crease, Anne Fulwood, Peter Marker, Keith Martyn
6pm National Nine News. Caroline Ainslie, Rob Kelvin
6.30 Willesee. Mike Willesee
6pm Eyewitness News. Graeme Goodings, Guy Blackmore, Max Stevens, Anne Wills 6pm Brookside
6.30 World News. George Donikian
7PM  7pm ABC News. John Bok, Mark Aiston, Jane Reilly
7.30 The 7.30 Report. Dale Sinclair
7pm State Affair. Keith Conlon
7.30 Special: The Charles And Diana All-Star Rock Concert
7pm Sale Of The Century
7.30 Murder She Wrote
7pm Neighbours
7.29 News
7.30 You’ve Got To Be Joking. Don Lane, Paula Goodman PREMIERE
7pm International Airport (Italy)
7.30 Worlds Apart
8PM  8pm Fresh Fields
8.30 Yes Minister
8.28 News
8.30 Spenser For Hire
8.29 News
8.30 Mini-Series: Sins. Part One [IMDB]
8.30 Soccer: National Indoor League. Highlights
9PM  9pm Four Corners 9.15 The Equalizer 9.30 Hill Street Blues 9pm 9 O’Clock. Christina Koutsoukos, Silvio Rivier
9.30 Movie: The Devils In The Hills. 1984 (Italy) [IMDB]
10PM  10pm ABC News
10.05 The Burrows Collection
10.15 Dempsey And Makepeace 10.30 Motor Racing: Daytona 500 10.30 Night Court
11PM  11.05 Clive James At Home
11.50 Close
11.15 Grundy
11.45 Today (NBC)
11pm After MASH
11.30 Movie: The Good Guys And The Bad Guys. 1969 [IMDB]
11.20 Vox Populi (Rpt)
11.40 Close
12AM  12.30am Movie: The Goddess. 1958 [IMDB]
1AM  1.45am Close 1.25am Close
2AM  2.30 Movie: The Young Rebel. 1970 [IMDB]
4AM  4.30 The Best Of Jackie Gleason (B&W)
5AM  5.30 National Nine News
(Continues to 6am)