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Friday 17 March 1989 — MELBOURNE

Bert Newton hosts the 31st annual TV Week Logie Awards, being broadcast live for the first time on the Seven Network.

TV Week Logie Awards: 25 years ago

Source: TV Week, 11 March 1989

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6AM 6am TVAM 6am Early News
6.30 Business Today
6am USA Today
6.30 Ten News
7AM 7am Spartakus And The Sun Beneath The Sea
7.26 Vicky The Viking
7.56 The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz
7.30 The Cartoon Connection. Alex Wileman, Michael Horrocks. Includes The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Kids Inc 7am Today 7am Good Morning Australia
8AM 8.20 Sesame Street
9AM 9.20 Parental Guidance Recommended
9.30 Play School
9.30 Fat Cat And Friends 9am Here’s Humphrey
9.30 In Melbourne Today. Ernie Sigley, Denise Drysdale
9am ‘Til Ten. Joan McInnes
10AM 10am For Schools: Insight, Science And Technology, Asia Wise, Australian Studies, Flip Slide Turn, Northern Australian Documentaries 10am Knots Landing 10.30 General Hospital 10am Mulligrubs
10.30 Ten News
11AM 11am Eleven AM 11.30 National Nine News 11am Another World
12PM 12pm I Spy 12pm Movie: The Reincarnation Of Peter Proud. 1975 [IMDB] 12pm Midday With Ray Martin 12pm Santa Barbara
1PM 1pm For Schools: Twentieth Century History, How We Used To Live (1874-1887), For The Juniors 1.30 Days Of Our Lives 1pm The Bold And The Beautiful
1.30 One Life To Live
2PM 2pm Faces Of Japan
2.30 Buddy
2.30 The Saint 2.30 The Young And The Restless 2pm Dallas
3PM 3pm Sesame Street
3.55 The Adventures Of Spot
3.30 Still The Beaver 3.30 Diff’rent Strokes 3pm Richmond Hill 3pm TV Ed
4PM 4pm Play School
4.30 Gumby
4.55 Telebugs
4pm Wombat
4.30 Sing Me A Rainbow
4pm C’mon Kids 4pm Double Dare. Gerry Sont
4.30 Lassie
4pm Sport Report (Rpt)
4.30 Fresco
5PM 5pm The Afternoon Show. James Valentine. Includes Count Duckula, Doctor Who 5pm Wheel Of Fortune
5.30 Family Ties
5pm The Three Stooges (B&W)
5.30 Eye On Australia
5pm Gilligan’s Island
5.30 Perfect Match
5pm Once Upon A Time… Life (France)
5.30 Community Billboard
5.35 Changing Partners (Hong  Kong)
6PM 6pm The Oz Game. John Derum
6.35 Robin’s Nest
6pm Home And Away
6.30 Seven Nightly News. Glenn Taylor, Jennifer Keyte
6pm National Nine News. Brian Naylor, Rob Gaylard, Rob Gell
6.30 A Current Affair. Jana Wendt
6pm Ten News. David Johnston, Mal Walden, Tracey Curro, Bruce McAvaney, David Brown 6pm Asia Report. Pria Viswalingam
6.30 World News. Mary Kostakidis
7PM  7pm ABC News. Mary Delahunty
7.30 The 7.30 Report. John Jost
7pm Hinch. Derryn Hinch
7.30 The Golden Girls
7pm Sale Of The Century. Tony Barber, Alyce Platt
7.28 Keno
7.30 Burke’s Backyard
7pm Neighbours
7.30 Tour Of Duty
7pm Sport Report. Les Murray
7.30 Counterpoint. Jane Singleton
8PM  8pm Countrywide
8.28 ABC News Update
8.30 Hill Street Blues
8pm Empty Nest
8.30 Special: The 31st TV Week Logie Awards. Bert Newton. Live from Hyatt On Collins, Melbourne.
8.30 Movie: Pale Rider. 1985 [IMDB] 8.30 Movie: Missing In Action II. 1985 [IMDB] 8pm Tonight. Elias Chalouhi
8.30 Movie: Happy New Year.(Yugoslavia) [IMDB]
9PM  9.28 ABC News Update
9.30 Lovejoy
10PM  10.20 ABC News Late Edition
10.40 Basketball: NBA. Dallas v Boston
10.45 Graham Kennedy Coast To Coast 10.25 Newsbreak
10.30 Movie: The Gypsy And The Gentleman. 1958 [IMDB]
10.50 Eat Carpet. Includes The Noise
11PM  11.35 Harness Racing: Interdominion Final 11pm Newsworld. Clive Robertson 11.45 MTV Music Television
12AM  12am Rage (Continues to 9am) 12am News Overnight. Includes Today (NBC) 12.35am Nightshift
1AM 
2AM  2am Movie: Two Minute Warning. 1976 [IMDB] 2am Movie: Stagecoach. 1939 (B&W) [IMDB] 2.55am Close
3AM  3.50 Movie: Ten Seconds To Hell. 1959 (B&W) [IMDB]
4AM  4.50 Science Intrenational
5AM  5am Newsworld (Rpt)
(Continues to 6am)
5.30 The Young Doctors
(Continues to 6am)
5am (TBA)
(Continues to 6am)

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