Saturday 25 July 1992 — MELBOURNE

The Opening Ceremony of the Games Of The XXV Olympiad in Barcelona, Spain, is broadcast live on Seven, commencing 16 days of Olympic Games coverage.

It is the first Summer Olympic Games covered by Seven since Moscow in 1980.

Source: TV Week, 18 July 1992

6AM Rage (cont’d) 6am Cross Country
6.30 Crusader Rabbit
6.35 Dastardly And Muttley
6am Dinosaucers
6.30 Thunderbirds
6am The Muppet Show
7AM 7am Saturday Disney 7.30 My Little Pony ‘N’ Friends 7am Kids’ Stuff. Includes The Shorn Sheep Show
7.30 Double Dare
8AM 8.30am All In A Day’s Work 8am Tiny Toons
8.30 The Real Ghostbusters
8am It Goes
8.30 My Secret Identity
9AM 9am Open Learning 9am Video Smash Hits 9am Beeltejuice
9.30 Merrie Melodies
9am Video Hits
10AM 10am The Porky Pig Show
10.30 Pugwall’s Summer
11AM 11.30 Gardening Australia (Rpt) 11.30 Tom Foolery 11am C’mon Kids
11.30 Lawn Bowls: Mazda Jack High Tournament
12PM 12pm National Geographic 12pm The Boy From Andromeda
12.30 Now You See It
12.30pm Goodsports 12pm Movie: Little Miss Broadway. 1938 [IMDB]
1PM 1pm That’s Dancin’ 1pm Movie: Tail Of A Tiger. 1984 [IMDB] 1pm Wide World Of Sport. Ken Sutcliffe, Max Walker 1.30 Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea
2PM 2pm Football: VFA. Springvale v Dandenong 2.30 The Adventures Of Black Beauty 2.30 Rugby Union: Third Test. Australia v New Zealand. Live from Sydney 2.15pm English At Work
2.45 Lili (France)
3PM 3pm Saturday Super League 3pm Movie: Clambake. 1957 [IMDB] 3.15 A Better Life (Yugoslavia)
4PM 4.45 Sports News 4pm The Kids In 12C (Italy)
5PM 5pm Netball: Australian Under 12sv Australian All-Stars 5pm Rex Hunt’s Fishing World
5.30 Seven Nightly News
5pm Burke’s Backyard (Rpt)
5.55 Keno
5pm Stuntmasters 5pm Mnemos (Spain)
6PM 6pm More Than A Game
6.55 Consuming Passions
6pm Football: AFL. Highlights. Gerard Healy 6pm National Nine News. Peter Hitchener
6.30 Hey Hey It’s Saturday. Daryl Somers, Ossie Ostrich, John Blackman, Wilbur Wilde, Red Symons, Maurie Fields, Shane Bourne
6pm Ten Eyewitness News. Mal Walden
6.30 Movie: Star Wars. 1977 [IMDB]
6pm Cycling: Tour De France. Day 20. Highlights. Les Murray, Greg Walker
6.30 World News. Lee Lin Chin
7PM  7pm ABC News. Sue McIntosh
7.30 Foreign Correspondent. George Negus
7.30 Football: AFL. Adelaide Crows v Fitzroy Lions. Live from Adelaide 7pm Dateline. Paul Murphy
8PM  8.25 ABC News
8.30 The Bill
8.30 Mini-Series: Scruples. Part Two [IMDB] 8pm The Nat King Cole Show (B&W)
8.30 Telling Tales (Netherlands)
9PM  9.25 ABC News
9.30 Alas Smith And Jones
9pm Movie: The Empire Strikes Back. 1980 [IMDB] 9.30 Movie: The Cars That Ate Paris. 1974 [IMDB]
10PM  10pm The D-Generation — The Late Show 10.45 Olympic Games: Olympic Preview
11PM  11pm Aspel And Co
11.40 Rage
(Continues to 8am)
11.25 Nightline
11.30 Movie: Baby Love [IMDB]
11.35 Movie: High Desert Kill. 1989 [IMDB] 11pm Movie: Last Year At Marienbad. 1961 (France) [IMDB]
12AM  12.45am Olympic Games: The Touch Of Champions — The History Of The Summer Games 12.30am Cycling: Tour De France (Rpt)
1AM  1.15am MTV Music Television 1.20am Movie: Half Nelson. 1985 [IMDB] 1am Movie: The Guard. 1989 (Russia) [IMDB]
2AM  2.30 Olympic Games: Seoul ’88 — 16 Days Of Glory 2.40 Close
3AM  3.30 Olympic Games: Opening Ceremony. Live from Barcelona
(Continues to 7am)
3.15 Movie: The Capture Of Bigfoot. 1979 [IMDB]
4AM  4.30 Naked City (B&W)
5AM  5am Kenneth Copeland
(Continues to 6am)
5am Hour Of Power
(Continues to 6am)