Saturday 24 August 2002 — MELBOURNE

The hit ’80s dating show Perfect Match makes a return with a new version on Seven hosted by Shelley Craft, formerly of Saturday Disney. The revived show lasted for one series.

(This listing excludes community Channel 31 which is not listed in TV Week)

Source: TV Week, 24 August 2002

6AM Rage (cont’d) 6am Scooby Doo Where Are You?
6.30 Power Rangers The Lost Galaxy
6am Thunderbirds 6am Robot Wars 6am Worldwatch: 6am Cantonese News, 6.25 Mandarin News, 6.55 Telegiornale, 7.30 Das Journal, 8am Ta Nea Ton Ennea, 9am Le Journal, 9.30 Sevodnia, 10am Weatherwatch, Music, 10.10 Telediario, 11am Siaran Berita, 11.30 The Journal, 12pm Business Report
7AM 7am Saturday Disney. Includes Disney’s Teacher’s Pet, Disney’s The Legend Of Tarzan, Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command 7am The Shapies
7.30 Goodsports
7am Horace And Tina
7.30 The Big Cheez. Includes Digimon, Zoids, Transformers
8AM 8am Ketchup And The Toothbrush Family
8.30 The Gift
9AM 9am Saturday Morning FLY 9am Short Cuts
9.30 Disney’s Hercules
9am Outriders
9.30 Waveriderz
9am Totally Wild
9.30 Video Hits
10AM 10am 101 Dalmations
10.30 The Shnookums And Meat Funny Cartoon Show
10am Fishing Wild Australia
10.30 World Sport
11AM 11am Netball: Commonwealth Bank Trophy. Sydney Sandpipers v Melbourne Kestrels 11am Junior 11am The Living Edens
12PM 12pm Stateline (Rpt)
12.30 Australian Story (Rpt)
12pm Generation 7
12.30 World Sport
12pm Burke’s Backyard 12pm Bright Ideas. Warwick Moss 12.30pm Opera: The Crownbride (Sweden)
1PM 1pm Saturday Afternoon Sport. Beverley O’Connor. Includes VFL Match Of The Day 1pm The Charm Of Britain 1pm Special: The 14th Annual Wild Winter Weekend 1pm Visions Of Blue
1.30 Movie: The Little Rascals. 1994 [IMDB]
2PM 2pm Sportswatch 2.40 The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (Germany)
3PM 3pm Rugby League: NRL. Wests Tigers v Melbourne Storm 3pm Totally Footy. Belinda Russell
3.30 Football: AFL. Geelong v Essendon. From Skilled Stadium, Geelong
3.30 Speedweek
4PM 4pm Bowls: Australia v South Africa 4.30 Sportswatch — Final Score 4.30 World Soccer
5PM 5pm Netball: Commonwealth Bank Trophy. Melbourne Phoenix v Adelaide Thunderbirds 5pm The World Around Us 5pm Escape With ET
5.30 Postcards
5.59 Keno
5.30 Soccer: English Premier League. Preview
6PM 6pm Landline
6.30 Richard Morecroft Goes Wild
6pm Seven News. Jennifer Adams
6.30 Perfect Match. Shelley Craft PREMIERE
6pm National Nine News
6.30 Australia’s Funniest Home Video Show. Kim Kilbey
6.30 Ten News 6pm The Movie Show (Rpt)
6.30 World News
7PM  7pm ABC News
7.30 Born And Bred
7.30 Movie: Inspector Gadget. 1999 [IMDB] Includes Tattslotto at 8.28 7pm Swimming: Pan Pacific Championships. From Yokohama, Japan 7pm Sports Tonight
7.30 Football: AFL. Western Bulldogs v Carlton. From Telstra Dome, Melbourne
7pm World Sport
7.30 As It Happened: Al Jazeera — The CNN Of Arabia
8PM  8.25 ABC News
8.30 The Bill
8.30 Pizza
9PM  9.25 ABC News
9.30 Long Way To The Top FINAL
9.40 Movie: Pulp Fiction. 1994 [IMDB] 9pm Movie: Risky Business. 1983 [IMDB] 9pm South Park
9.30 John Safran’s Music Jamboree
10PM  10.30 Night And Day 10.59 Newsbreak 10pm Movie: Blindman. 1971 (Italy) [IMDB]
11PM  11.20 Spaced
11.45 Rage. Simulcast on JJJ after 1am
(Continues to 6.30am)
11pm Movie: Universal Soldier III — Unfinished Business. 1998 [IMDB] 11pm Ten News
11.30 Movie: Executive Target. 1997 [IMDB]
11.50 Fetching Shorts
11.58 Soccer: English Premier League. Match Of The Week
12AM  12.20am Football: Match Of The Round. Rex Hunt 12.55am The Late Show With David Letterman
1AM  1.20 Movie: Island City. 1994 [IMDB] 1.55 Movie: Heaven On Earth. 1998 [IMDB] 1.15am Cops
1.45 Video Hits
2AM  2am Home Shopping 2am Close
3AM  3.10 Victor Paul
4AM  4am Randy Morrison
4.30 Key Of David
5AM  5.10 National Enquirer
5.35 The Hughleys
(Continues to 6am)
5am Jesse Duplantis Ministries
5.30 Creflo A Dollar Jr
(Continues to 6am)
5am Hour Of Power
(Continues to 6am)
5am Weatherwatch, Music
(Continues to 6am)

* ABC also broadcast a secondary channel via its digital signal. ABC Kids broadcast children’s programming 6am to 6pm, and Fly TV presented youth culture programming 6pm onwards.