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On This Day — 5 February

5 February 1964: Bob Dyer (BP Pick-A-Box) 5 February 1977: Paul Cronin and Lorraine Bayly (The Sullivans) 5 February 1983: Tony Barber (Sale Of The Century) 5 February 2000: Lisa McCune and Martin Sacks (Blue Heelers) 5 February 2005: Chris Hemsworth and Rebecca Cartwright (Home And Away) 5 February 1968: Adventure series Skippy The Bush Kangaroo …

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On This Day — 13 January

13 January 1971: Bob and Dolly Dyer (BP Pick-A-Box) 13 January 1979: Paula Duncan (Cop Shop) 13 January 1990: Craig McLachlan (Home And Away) 13 January 1996: Lisa McCune (Blue Heelers) and Tottie Goldsmith (Fire) 13 January 2001: Beau Brady, Rebecca Cartwright, Ryan Kwanten, Ada Nicodemou, Kylie Watson, Kimberley Davies, Ben Steel (Home And Away) …

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On This Day — 5 September

5 September 1970: Bob Dyer and Dolly Dyer (Pick A Box) 5 September 1981: Megan Williams (The Sullivans) 5 September 1992: Elle Macpherson 5 September 1998: Tasma Walton and William McInnes (Blue Heelers) 5 September 2009: Rebecca Gibney (Packed To The Rafters) 5 September 1959: Adelaide’s first TV station, NWS9, is officially opened. — TV …

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On This Day — 19 August

19 August 1961: Bob Dyer and Barry Jones (Pick-A-Box) 19 August 1961: Dawn Lake (The Mobil-Limb Show) 19 August 1967: Gita Rivera (Bandstand) 19 August 1978: Paula Duncan and Gil Tucker (Cop Shop) 19 August 1995: Lisa McCune and Martin Sacks (Blue Heelers) 19 August 2000: Bardot (Popstars) 19 August 2006: Aaron Jeffery and Simmone …

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On This Day — 5 July

5 July 1975: Skyhooks 5 July 2003: Sibylla Budd and Dan Spielman (The Secret Life Of Us) 5 July 1964: The 1957 film Heaven Knows Mr Allison is broadcast on GTV9, Melbourne. Starring Deborah Kerr and Robert Mitchum, the film went on to become the decade’s highest rating movie screening — attracting a rating of 59 …

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On This Day — 3 July

3 July 1971: Dolly and Bob Dyer (BP Pick-A-Box) 3 July 1976: Paul Hogan (The Paul Hogan Show) 3 July 1993: Melissa George and Dieter Brummer (Home And Away) 3 July 1999: Lisa McCune and Paul Bishop (Blue Heelers) 3 July 2004: Jane Allsop (Blue Heelers) 3 July 2010: Claire Winton Burn, Matt Preston, Jonathan …

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On This Day — 28 June

28 June 1980: Tina Bursill and Gerard Kennedy (Skyways) 28 June 2003: Jay Bunyan and Delta Goodrem (Neighbours) 28 June 2008: Indiana Evans, Mark Furze, Christie Hayes (Home And Away) 28 June 1967: The debut of the 26-part drama series You Can’t See Round Corners, starring Ken Shorter and Rowena Wallace. The series was an …

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On This Day — 27 June

27 June 1971: Bob and Dolly Dyer (BP Pick-A-Box) 27 June 1981: Lynda Stoner and Bill Stalker (Cop Shop) 27 June 1987: Jason Donovan and Kylie Minogue (Neighbours) 27 June 1987: Peter O’Brien (The Flying Doctors) 27 June 1992: Mat Stevenson (Home And Away), Jeremy Sims (Chances), Toni Pearen (E Street), Kym Wilson (A Country …

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TV Week Logie Awards: 50 years ago

The 62nd annual TV Week Logie Awards were meant to happen this Sunday 28 November. While the awards will not be taking place — for a second year in a row — we continue the annual rundown of past Logies presentations to coincide with what would have been this year’s Logies weekend. Starting with the …

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