Tuesday 18 June 1985 — ADELAIDE

Source: TV Week, 15 June 1985

6AM Newsworld (cont’d) (5.15am To Be Announced)
6.30am Today
6.30am Good Morning Australia
7AM 7am The Littlest Hobo
7.30 Terrahawks
8AM 8am Sesame Street 8am Pacman
8.30 Captain Caveman
8.30 Here’s Humphrey 8.30 Eight Is Enough
9AM 9am Play School
9.30 For Schools: Lower Primary Science, Flip Slide Turn, Insight, Go Health, The Human Body, Lower Primary Studies, Ensemble, The Explorers, For The Juniors
9am Romper Room 9.30 Fantasy Island 9.30 Fat Cat And Friends
10AM 10am The Lionel Williams Show 10.30 Adelaide Today 10am All My Children
11AM 11am Eleven AM
11.58 News
11am News
11.30 Here’s Lucy
11am Touch Of Elegance
12PM 12pm Movie: Too Late Blues. 1962 (B&W) [IMDB] 12pm Midday With Ray Martin 12pm The Young And The Restless
1PM 1.58 News 1.30 Days Of Our Lives 1pm Another World
1.55 News
2PM 2pm Knots Landing
2.58 News
2.30 Coronation Street 2pm Movie: The King And Four Queens. 1956 [IMDB]
3PM 3pm Sesame Street
3.50 The Wombles
3.55 Captain Cookaburra’s Australiha!
3pm The New Price Is Right 3.30 The Young Doctors
4PM 4pm Play School
4.30 Blinky Bill
4pm Wombat
4.30 Now You See It
4pm The Channel Niners 4pm Simon Townsend’s Wonder World
5PM 5pm Out There
5.25 (To Be Announced)
5.30 Battle Of The Planets
5.55 Come And Get It
5pm Play Your Cards Right
5.30 Wheel Of Fortune
5pm The Bugs Bunny Show
5.30 Blankety Blanks
5pm The Flintstones
5.28 Two-Way Sweep
5.30 Perfect Match
6PM 6pm Inspector Gadget
6.30 ABC National. Clive Hale, Dale Sinclair
6pm Neighbours
6.30 Seven National News. Kevin Crease, Anne Fulwood, Rick Keegan, Keith Martyn
6pm Nine Action News. Rob Kelvin, Caroline Ainslie, Greg Rees, Barry Pitman
6.30 Willesee. Mike Willesee
6pm Eyewitness News. Graeme Goodings, Guy Blackmore, Bob Harnett, Sue Ellbourne
7PM  7.30 Flight Into Hell 7pm State Affair. Keith Conlon
7.30 Sons And Daughters
7pm Sale Of The Century. Tony Barber, Delvene Delaney
7.30 Cricket: First Test. Australia v England. Day 5. Live from Headingley, England
7pm MASH
7.30 TJ Hooker
8PM  8.25 Four Corners. Chris Masters, David de Vos, Jenny Brockie, Kerry O’Brien, Sarah Walls, David Marr 8.28 News
8.30 Football: Foster’s Cup. Quarter Final. Live from VFL Park, Melbourne
8.29 News
8.30 Prisoner
9PM  9.20 Bird Of Prey 9.30 Tales Of The Unexpected 9.30 The Benny Hill Show
10PM  10.15 Rock Arena. Suzanne Dowling 10pm Cricket (cont’d) 10pm Cheers
10.30 Basketball: NBL
11PM  11.15 Close 11pm Barney Miller
11.30 Newsworld. Includes Today (NBC)
(Continues to 7am)
11.30 Keep It In The Family
12AM  12am Alice
12.30 Close
2AM  2.30am Movie: Hit Lady. 1974 [IMDB]
3AM  3.55 Movie: The Wayward Girl. 1957 (B&W) [IMDB]
5AM  5.15 Movie: Passport To China. 1961 [IMDB]
(Continues to 6.30am)