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Wednesday 25 January 1989 — MELBOURNE

Network Ten debuts its new soap E Street with two-hour episodes over two nights. The series then settled into a regular one-hour timeslot at 7.30pm Wednesday and Thursday.

The Nine Network sought to put a dent in the new show’s ratings with a re-run of a perennial favourite, the movie The Sound Of Music.

E Street fought on to run for four years.

Source: TV Week, 21 January 1989

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6AM 6am Special: Cyrano De Bergerac 6am Early News. Eric Walters
6.30 Business Today
6am USA Today
6.30 Ten News
7AM 7am Astroboy
7.29 The Flaxton Boys
7am The Cartoon Connection. Michael Horrocks, Alex Wileman. Includes Pacman, He-Man Masters Of The Universe, Now You See It, Kidnapped 7am Today 7am Good Morning Australia
8AM 8am The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz
8.23 Mr Men
8.30 Sesame Street
9AM 9.30 Play School 9.30 Fat Cat And Friends 9am Here’s Humphrey 9am The Muppets Go To The Movies
10AM 10am Puddle Lane
10.15 Encounter In The Desert
10.30 Famous Five
10am Five Mile Creek 10am Petticoat Junction
10.30 General Hospital
10am Mulligrubs
10.30 Ten News
11AM 11am Jessie’s Place
11.30 The Beachcombers
11am Tennis: Ford Australian Open. Live from National Tennis Centre, Melbourne 11.30 Gomer Pyle USMC 11am Another World
12PM 12pm End Of Empire 12pm Police Story 12pm Santa Barbara
1PM 1pm Baby And Co
1.30 The Three Kingdoms
1pm Good Times
1.30 Days Of Our Lives
1pm The Bold And The Beautiful
1.30 One Life To Live
2PM 2pm Spirit Bay
2.25 World Of The Wetlands
2.50 Spacewatch
2.30 The Young And The Restless 2pm Special: The Fifth Annual TV Academy Hall Of Fame
3PM 3pm Sesame Street
3.55 Thomas The Tank Engine And Friends
3.30 Diff’rent Strokes
4PM 4pm Play School
4.30 Troubles With T-Bag
4.50 Superted
4pm KTV
4.30 One Last Ride
4pm Ridgey Didge
4.30 Here Come The Double Deckers
4.30pm Kaleidoscope. Includes The Adventures Of Two Sparrow Brothers (Czechoslovakia), Madame Gusto’s Circus (UK), Water Spider (Hungary), The Blackbird Brothers (Czechoslovakia)
5PM 5pm Jack Of Hearts
5.25 Danger Mouse
5.30 Children Of The Green Knowe
5.55 Roger Ramjet
5pm The Three Stooges (B&W)
5.30 Mork And Mindy
5pm Gilligan’s Island (B&W)
5.30 Perfect Match
5pm The Electric Company
5.30 India Unveiled
6PM 6pm The Oz Game
6.30 Man About The House
6pm Home And Away
6.30 Seven Nightly News. Glenn Taylor, Jennifer Keyte
6pm National Nine News
6.30 A Current Affair: Summer Edition. Terry Willesee
6pm Ten News. David Johnston, Mal Walden, Tracey Curro, Bruce McAvaney 6pm Inside Japan
6.30 World News. Mary Kostakidis
7PM  7pm ABC News. Mary Delahunty
7.30 The 7.30 Report: Summer Edition. David Turnbull
7pm Hinch. Derryn Hinch
7.30 ALF
7pm Sale Of The Century. Tony Barber, Alyce Platt
7.28 Keno
7.30 Movie:  The Sound Of Music.  1965 [IMDB]
7pm Neighbours
7.30 E Street PREMIERE
7pm Three Ladies And Their Hot Dog Stand (Germany)
7.30 Brown Sugar
8PM  8pm Quantum. Karina Kelly, Andrew Waterworth, Geoffrey Burchfield, Jill Emberson
8.28 ABC News Update
8.30 Special: Australia Daze (see advertisement below)
8pm Hey Dad
8.28 Midweek Tattslotto
8.30 Movie: The Black Hole. 1979 [IMDB]
8.30 Movie: The Herdsman. 1982 (China) [IMDB]
9PM  9.45 ABC News
9.50 Geoffrey Robertson’s Hypothetical
9.30 Movie: That Was Then… This Is Now. 1985 [IMDB]
10PM  10.50 The Late Show With Clive James 10.25 Newsworld 10.15 Visions: Cinema
11PM  11.35 Barriers Of The Mind 11.30 High And Dry 11pm Nightline
11.30 Miami Vice
11.30 Movie: Manhattan. 1979 (B&W) [IMDB] 11.35 Close
12AM  12.25am Close 12am News Overnight. Includes Today (NBC) 12.30am Movie: My Wicked Wicked Ways. 1984 [IMDB]
1AM  1.30am Nightshift
2AM  2am Movie: The Rousters. 1983 [IMDB]
3AM  3.15 Movie: Any Second Now. 1969 [IMDB]
4AM  4am Doctor Down Under
4.30 Father Dear Father In Australia
5AM  5am Newsworld (Rpt)
(Continues to 6am)
5am Frank’s Place
5.30 The Young Doctors
(Continues  to 6am)
5am Maya The Bee
5.30 Milton The Monster
(Continues to 6am)

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