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The Footy Show

The Footy Show logoGary Lyon, Sam Newman, James Brayshaw and Craig Hutchison present their unique brand of madness and mayhem. Includes AFL news, interviews, previews, comedy sketches and general hilarity.

The Girl from Tomorrow

The Girl from Tomorrow logoSeries 1: The Girl From Tomorrow Synopsis: Alana, a teen-aged girl from the year 3000, finds herself trapped in 1990 with Silverthorn, a criminal from the year 2500. Alone and confused, she befriends a spirited girl named Jenny Kelly. Together they attempt to track down the time… More capsule which brought her there, while evading Silverthorn. She must convince people of this time period that she is not crazy and that Silverthorn must be stopped before he tries to take over everything. ---------------------------- Company credits: Production Companies * 9 Network * Film Australia Pty. Ltd. Other Companies * Australian Film Finance Corporation (AFFC) funding -------------------------------- Release dates: Australia -- 3 May 1991 -------------------------------- Filming Locations: Sydney...

The Joy of Sets

The Joy of Sets logoStarring Tony Martin and Ed Kavalee, The Joy Of Sets gives viewers "a unique take on television; the good, the bad and the fabulously misguided."

The Nation

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The NRL Sunday Roast

The NRL Sunday Roast logoThe Sunday Roast is an Australian sports talk show that deals with the issues in the National Rugby League. It first aired in 2005, beginning at 11:00 am and leading in The Sunday Footy Show.

The Paul Hogan Show

The Paul Hogan Show logoPaul Hogan has only ever played one character: himself. It is this Paul Hogan character that has taken him from the scaffolds of the Harbour Bridge to the very top of Hollywood. Paul’s television career began in 1971 when he appeared on New Faces as a blindfolded, tap dancing knife thrower. Fifteen years later his movie “Crocodile Dundee” was breaking box office records around the world. From runner-up in an amateur talent quest to writing, producing and starring in the most successful Australian film ever made! Paul Hogan was destined for stardom from the moment he greeted his first audience with a casual “G’day”.

The Sleepover Club

The Sleepover Club logoIn an effort to solidify their friendship, five young girls have decided to start a sleepover club, promising that they will take turns having sleepovers once a week. During these nights, they spend time discussing school gossip and various other details, and with all the crazy things that happen in their lives, there is a lot to talk about.

The Strip

The Strip logoThe Strip is the hub of the Gold Coast, inhabited by the bold and the beautiful, the rich and the desperate and all those simple battlers who have followed their own dreams of paradise. The lure of a wonderful wealthy lifestyle has brought those who have it, those that want it, and the criminals who will take it if they can.

The Sunday Footy Show

The Sunday Footy Show logoPanelists review the Friday and Saturday AFL games and talk to a player from one of the two sides in each match, either in studio or via satellite from the player's current location. They also show the teams for the Sunday AFL games and each panelist tips on who they think will win.

The TV Week Logie Awards

The TV Week Logie Awards logoThe TV Week Logie Awards are the Australian television industry awards, which have been presented annually since 1959.
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