Monday 19 September 1988 — BRISBANE

Includes the Games Of The XXIV Olympiad from Seoul, South Korea, broadcast on Network Ten. Coverage is hosted by Mike Gibson, Bruce McAvaney, Tim Webster and Graeme Hughes.

Source: TV Week, 17 September 1988

6AM 6.30am Learning Network 6am TVAM 6am Six AM
6.30 Business Today
6am USA Today
6.30 Good Morning Australia
7AM 7am Voltron Defender Of The Universe
7.30 Belle And Sebastian
7.56 Worzel Gummidge Down Under
7.30 Boris’ Breakfast Club. Includes The Smurfs, Thundercats, Super Presidents 7am Today
8AM 8.20 Sesame Street
9AM 9.20 Parental Guidance Recommended
9.30 Play School
9.28 Community Noticeboard
9.30 Fat Cat And Friends
9am Here’s Humphrey 9am Olympic Games: Day 3. Live from Seoul, South Korea
10AM 10am For Schools: Words And Pictures, Twentieth Century History, Shakespeare In Perspective, Upper Primary Arts And Crafts, Storytelling, Flip Slide Turn 10am Coronation Street
10.30 It Ain’t Half Hot Mum
10am Diff’rent Strokes
10.30 General Hospital
11AM 11am Eleven AM. Includes Bicentennial Minutes 11.30 National Nine News
12PM 12pm Howards’ Way 12pm Movie: International Velvet. 1978 [IMDB] 12pm Midday With Ray Martin
1PM 1pm Parental Guidance Recommended
1.10 For Schools: Staying In Touch, Minimaths, Remembrance Day 1975, Suzhou
1.30 Days Of Our Lives
2PM 2.29 News
2.30 Simon And Simon
2.30 The Young And The Restless
3PM 3pm Sesame Street
3.55 Thomas The Tank Engine And Friends
3.30 Punky Brewster
3.59 News
3.30 Maude 3pm TV Ed
4PM 4pm Play School
4.30 Mr Squiggle And Friends
4pm Wombat
4.30 Lassie
4pm C’mon Kids. Joanne Moore, Robin Roenfeldt 4pm Vox Populi (Rpt)
4.30 Kaleidoscope. Includes Creepy Crawlies, Victor And Maria, The Adventures Of Tin Tin
5PM 5pm The Afternoon Show. Includes Monkey, Danger Mouse 5pm Wheel Of Fortune
5.30 Press Your Luck
5pm Live At 5. Jo Pearson, Terry Willesee 5.30 Perfect Match 5pm Oshin (Japan)
5.30 Rin (Japan)
6PM 6pm World At Six. Fiona Bales
6.30 The Oz Game. John Derum
6pm Seven Nightly News. Frank Warrick, Simone Semmens
6.30 Home And Away
6pm National Nine News. Robin Parkin, Bruce Paige, Alan Thomas, Robert Brough
6.30 A Current Affair. Jana Wendt
6pm Eyewitness News. Rob Readings, Chris Collins 6pm The Noise. Annette Shun Wah
6.30 World News. Mary Kostakidis
7PM  7pm ABC News. Rod Young
7.30 The 7.30 Report. Quentin Dempster
7pm Carroll At Seven
7.30 A Country Practice
7pm Sale Of The Century. Tony Barber, Alyce Platt
7.30 The Cosby Show
7pm Neighbours
7.30 Olympic Games: Day 3 (Cont’d)
7pm Sport Report. Janette Fulford, Les Murray
7.30 The Japan Project (Japan)
8PM  8pm Brush Strokes
8.32 ABC News
8.35 Open All Hours
8.29 News
8.30 Beauty And The Beast
8pm Frank’s Place
8.29 Exposay
8.30 Mini-Series: The Thorn Birds. Part Two [IMDB]
8.30 Derrick (Germany)
9PM  9.05 Four Corners. Andrew Olle 9.29 News
9.30 The Equalizer
9.30 Tonight With Paul Murphy
10PM  10pm University Challenge
10.30 The World Tonight
10.30 Newsworld. Includes Bicentennial Minutes 10.30 Graham Kennedy’s News Show 10pm Writers (France)
10.50 Lindenstrasse (Germany)
11PM  11pm Don’t Miss Wax
11.40 Comic Strip Presents
11.30 Only Fools And Horses 11.30 Soap 11.20 Close
12AM  12.20am Close 12am Movie: The Astronaut. 1971 [IMDB] 12am Movie: Tentacles. 1977 [IMDB]
1AM  1.30 On And Off Camera 1.50 Movie: Question Of Honour. 1982 [IMDB]
2AM  2am Thriller 2am Night Shift. David White
3AM  3.30 Hallelujah 3.25 Movie: A Stitch In Time. 1963 (B&W) [IMDB]
4AM  4am The Onedin Line 4.20 Hawaii Five-0
5AM  5am Newsworld (Rpt)
(Continues to 6am)
5.30 Gomer Pyle USMC
(Continues to 6am)
5am Profiles Of Nature
5.30 The Real Ghostbusters
(Continues to 6am)