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    Neighbours

    Neighbours

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    Network Ten
    Neighbours is a weekday soap opera exploring the lives and relationships of the residents of Ramsay Street in Erinsborough. Now in its 26th year of production, Neighbours is Australia's most successful television program, not to mention being a hit world-wide. Neighbours has already hit the 6000th episode mark and looks set to continue serving up the laughter, tears and drama that has taken the world by storm. The show is currently produced by FremantleMedia Australia. Reg Watson is the man who created the show. Music tracks provided to the show are done so by Mushroom Music Publishing. Animals appearing on the show are provided by Animal Actors. The current network's drama executive is Claire Tonkin and the network's publicist is Paula Lucarelli, these associations and people are credited at the end of each episode. Neighbours originated on Australia's Seven Network in 1985, then moved to Network Ten from 1986-2010. In 2011 it moved to one of Network Ten's free-to-air digital channels, Eleven, where in currently airs Monday-Friday at 6:30pm. It should be noted that this episode guide runs at the same pace as the episodes originally air in Australia. For New Zealand the guide is approximately 3 weeks ahead (15 episodes). In the UK and Ireland the guide is approximately 9 weeks ahead (45 episodes). The end credits of each episode show the entire main cast and any main cast that have moved from starring in the show, to take on a recurring role, even if they didn't appear in an episode. The episode guide however only contains the cast specific to the episode, along with the crew credited for appearing on the show. Stefan Dennis (Paul Robinson) is the only current cast member to appear in the first episode and remain on the show, although had left in 1992, before returning in 2005. He lives at number 22, with his daughter Lucinda 'Elle' Robinson (Pippa Black) her boyfriend Lucas Fitzgerald (Scott Major) and Donna Freedman (Margot Robbie). Number 24 is the home of the Ramsays donated to them by the Salvation Army. Here brother & sister Harry (Will Moore), and Kate (Ashleigh Brewer) live with younger sister, Sophie (Kaiya Jones). Number 26 is were the currently longest serving cast member Tom Oliver lives, as Lou Carpenter. The Napiers also live here, with mother Rebecca (Jane Hall) lives with her son Declan (James Sorensen) and his daughter India (currently played by two twin babies, Alia & Gab Devercelli). Number 28 is the Kennedy's family home, were Susan (Jackie Woodburne) and Karl (Alan Fletcher) live, alongside their adoptive son Zeke Kinski (Matthew Werkmeister) and his friend Ringo Brown (Sam Clark). Sunny Lee (Hany Lee Choi) also lives here. Number 30 or 'The House of Trouser' as dubbed by many of it's residents over the years, is Jarrod "Toadie" Rebecchi (Ryan Moloney) home. Were he lives with his adopted son Callum Jones (Morgan Baker). The pair are joined by Dan Fitzgerald (Brett Tucker), Karl & Susan's daughter and Dan's husband, Elizabeth "Libby" Kennedy-Fitzgerald (Kym Valentine), Libby's son Ben (Blake O'Leary) also lives here. Number 32, is the Scully family home, Steph Scully (Carla Bonner) lives here with her son Charlie Hoyland (Jacob Brito) and her mum Lyn (Janet Andrewartha).moreless
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    Good News Week

    Good News Week

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    Good News Week (GNW) is a weekly news satire show where Paul McDermott and his team captains, Mikey Robbins and Claire Hooper, lead an all star cast of comedians, media personalities, politicians and other special guests as they examine, dissect, explore and poke fun at the news stories making headlines this week. GNW made its long awaited return in February 2008 after a seven year hiatus. It first aired on the ABC in 1996 before switching to Network 10 in 1999 for a 2 season run.moreless
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    The Panel

    The Panel

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    The Panel was a one hour talk show hosted by a group of prominent Australian media personalities. They tackled all of the controversial issues and were once at the top of the ratings.moreless
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    The Day of the Roses

    The Day of the Roses

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    On 18th January, 1977, a passenger train travelling from the Blue Mountains on its daily run to the city of Sydney derailed at Granville, leaving 83 people dead, 210 injured and many more scarred for life due to the trauma of the circumstances. The government inquiry that followed found that the state of the railway tracks caused the catastrophe, however, a Cornonial Inquest following that unearthed the fact that there was much more to it than that. The Coroner, Tom Weir, in his findings, stated that the Granville locomotive had worn wheels, the drivers was speeding and the tracks were in appalling condition. He also found, from expert evidence, that the very same engine had previously de-railed and that the Bold Street Bridge into which the engine crashed, pulling 350 tonnes of concrete down onto the carriages, had been hit twice before but had not been properly repaired or re-inforced. The series is called "The Day of the Roses" because ever year, on the anniversary of the tragedy, the survivors, family members of the dead and members of the rescue party gather together on the Bold Street Bridge to throw 83 red roses down onto the tracks; one in memory of each person who died. Usually, over 100 people attend, even more than 30 years after it happened. The ceremony was named "The Day of The Roses" and the producers decided to do use the title for their project.moreless
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    Mirror Mirror

    Mirror Mirror

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    Network Ten (ended 1995)
    Created by Posie-Graeme Evans, "Mirror Mirror," a half-hour adventure series tells the story of an old antique mirror that has been brought in the lives of Jo Tiegan and Louisa Iredale, both living in the same house in New Zealand, but in the different time age. Jo Tiegan lives in 1995 with her adopted parents Catherine and Andrew; and her little brother Royce, while Louisa lives in 1919 with her parents Primrose and Joshua; and her brother Titus. The story begins with Jo receiving an old antique mirror from an old strange man. Couple of hours later Jo sees a strange girl wearing old-fashioned clothes, and soon they both come to a conclusion that they can travel through time. While working on her assignment, Jo will have to face the evil Sir Ivor Creevey-Thorne and help his ward Nicholas Alexi Romanov. Jo's friends, Mia and Jesse end up in hospital because of a toxic poison that they found on their archeology classes in a well, which just happens to have appeared in the well after Jo took her first trip to 1919. Jo decides to go on a big adventure in the past so she can stop the poison from getting into the well.moreless
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    Totally Wild (Australia)

    Totally Wild (Australia)

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    This Australian children's program focusses on educational news stories covering a range of topics including native Australian flora and fauna, science, technology, sports and the environment. The show airs 4pm Tuesday to Thursday and 7.30am on Saturdays.moreless
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    Kelly (1991)

    Kelly (1991)

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    Network Ten (ended 1992)
    Kelly is a highly trained German Shepherd police dog. After he is injured in the line of duty, his handler Mike Patterson, sends Kelly to stay with his son. There Kelly befriends Mike's granddaughter Jo and her best friend Danny Foster. While not officially on duty, Kelly still remains ready to follow the clues to solve a crime or have an adventure with his human friends.moreless
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    E Street

    E Street

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    Network Ten (ended 1993)
    E-Street follows the lives, loves, losses & triumphs of the various citizens of the fictional suburb of Westside of Sydney, Australia. At first the show was predictable and boring, standard fare by Channel 10 to compete with Home & Away but Channel 10 had faith and, in a bid to increase ratings, killed off perennial favorite, Sarah McKillop in a shock murder. Soon After, the Soap regained viewers by serialising the drama. Then with the arrival of Sonny Bennett in 1990 began a 3 Year High for the Australian Production, helping to encourage Young Talent (Toni Pearan & Melissa Bell to name just a couple) and really introducing the term "Plot Twist" to Australian Dramas (Werewolves and 3 Main Characters Being Blown Up In Their Car). So Sit back (Maybe not at 4am in the morning!) and relax with the Highs & Lows, Highlights & Tragedies, Comings & Goings of E-Street!moreless
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    Big Sky

    Big Sky

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    Network Ten (ended 1999)
    Big Sky is a small aviation company in Sydney. After the death of Lauren's father, Lauren takes over the nearly bankrupt company. Chief pilot is Chris Manning. He is very laid-back but also quite authoritative, sarcastic and sometimes arrogant. He and Lauren fight a lot, the decisions she makes are not always the right ones in Chris' eyes. Lauren has a complete different background and knows barely nothing about running an aviation company. She clashes with Chris but on the other hand, she is doing a great job considering the bad financial state the bussiness is in. Chris and Lauren try to make it work between each other but Chris isn't that committed as Lauren. After a few "hot" weeks, Chris breaks it off, to discover too late he really loves Lauren. The other pilots are Lexie, Jimbo and Scotty. Jimbo is a bit of a larrikin with a big heart. Lexie is the nineties woman, very independent, confident and one of "the mates". The youngest pilot is Scotty. He is very naive and vunerable but has great abillities to be a fantastic pilot. Scotty is secretly in love with Lexie, but Lexie more sees him as her younger brother. By trying too hard on the romantic front, his love life always ends up nowhere. Shay, the receptionist, is Lauren's third hand but when there is a strike or something, she takes side for the pilots.moreless
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    Ocean Girl

    Ocean Girl

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    Network Ten (ended 1997)
    Welcome to ORCA. Dr. Dianne Bates accepts a job on a new underwater science laboratory called ORCA (Oceanic Research Centre of Australia). She is going to study whales as part of her research. Recently divorced, she and her two boys, Jason and Brett, set out to start a new life. What they don't know is that their life is about to change. After boarding ORCA, they soon discover irregular patterns in the whale song. As the story unfolds, it appears that the whale is communicating with another being -- a girl in fact! This girl can not only talk to whales, but breathe underwater as well. The story continues as the girl, Neri, discovers a sister and her origins -- a far off planet! She is from an advanced civilization "The Planet Of the Oceans" and that she has been sent on a mission to try to save her home as well as earth.moreless
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    Rove Live

    Rove Live

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    Network Ten (ended 2009)
    Considered Australia's answer to the likes of Leno, Letterman, and O'Brien, Rove McManus presents a live, weekly, Logie-winning variety/talk program that is broadcast nationwide to Australia and New Zealand.

    Regular segments on Rove Live include Petespace, Hamish and Andy and RyDeas. The show also makes creative use of its database of willing Live List members who volunteer to have their lives interrupted on air.

    And let's not forget a guest list comprising the biggest names Rove can lay his hands on, each and every week. Musically, Rove Live consistently presents some of the most cutting edge Australian and international acts.

    Co-host Peter Helliar continues to provide the laughs, whether by reviewing DVDs, showing off his PeteSpace or just interrupting Rove to hit on a guest.

    2007 saw the start of the Hamish and Andy segment, RyDeas, PeteSpace and the continuation of Carrie Bickmore's News Week.moreless
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    Rove

    Rove

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    Network Ten (ended 2009)
    Rove was an Logie Award-winning Australian talk show hosted by comedian Rove McManus. The show offered interviews with a variety of celebrities including television, film and music personalities as well as local current affairs discussions and skits by a regular team of reporters and contributors.moreless
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    Mission Top Secret

    Mission Top Secret

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    Network Ten (ended 1996)
    Welcome to the Mission Top secret guide at tv.com. A series about a group of kids who are actually spies connected in an organization called Centauri around the world. The gadgets that the kids had were extremely modern for that time. Each story covers four episodes. In the Netherlands it was shown on Kindernet . In the episode guide there will be a complete summary for the whole stories not that detailed and i will put it up as it was shown one story was shown in 4 episodes . So for each story there will be a whole outline and a more detailed story for each part. The first season was about Albert and Vicki wiggins. The second season was about Kat and David Fowler. Runtime: 25 min (48 episodes) / Germany:85 min (12 episodes) Country: Australia / Spain / UK / New Zealand / Netherlands Language: Englishmoreless
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    A Country Practice (1994)

    A Country Practice (1994)

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    Network Ten (ended 1994)
    A Country Practice (1994) was the less-successful revamp of the popular Channel 7 series of the same name. The shooting locations, cast and production changes led to the show only lasting one season.moreless
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    Thunderstone

    Thunderstone

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    Network Ten (ended 2000)
    Welcome to North Col and the end of the world. Thunderstone is set in the future and centers on the life of 15-year-old Noah Daniels. During one of his experiments, Noah finds himself transported through time to Haven, a world containing many wonders and dangers. Join Noah as he makes new friends, outwits the bad guys, and tries to get back home.moreless
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    Medivac

    Medivac

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    Network Ten (ended 1998)
    Welcome to the Medivac guide at TV Tome. Medivac, also known as Adrenalin Junkies, is the story of the emergency ward of Brisbane's Bethlehem West Hospital. The show was a hit in Australia, and overseas. Synopses courtesy of Tim Zuk of the Australian Television Information Archive.moreless
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    Sweat (1996)

    Sweat (1996)

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    Network Ten (ended 1996)
    This short-lived Australian soap set in a West Coast sports academy, very unoriginally named in the show as the Sports West Academy, is best known for launching the career of Heath Ledger. Although Martin Henderson (windtalkers, Bride & Prejudice) received top billing as swimmer Tom Nash, it was Ledger's role as gay cyclist Snowie who garnered the most attention. Initially in the closet, Snowie's 'coming out' storyline unfolded slowly in the show's first two months when finally Ledger's role was beefed up. But far from Ledger alone carrying the show, Sweat featured a top notch cast of young actors and solid writing. Its eventual failure to spark big ratings was most likely due to the fact that it was played more as straight drama rather than as a mass appeal soap.moreless
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    Special Squad

    Special Squad

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    Network Ten (ended 1985)
    Action adventure series concerning the activities of three hand-picked detectives working for a special unit of the police force. Inspired by "The Professionals" and employing two of that show's producers (Raymond Menmuir and Gerry O'Hara), the squad's members were Anderson (Alan Cassell), Smith (Anthony Hawkins), and Davis (John Diedrich). Special Squad was produced in 1984, and also employed the Sweeney and Professionals writer Ranald Graham.moreless
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    Breakers

    Breakers

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    Network Ten (ended 1999)
    Breakers is an Australian soap opera. It is set in and around Sydney's Bondi Beach, and is centred around The Breaker, a majestic old beach front building, still owned by the family who brought it in the 1930's. It focuses on an extended family which between them they own three businesses in the beach front building, a cafe (Kate's Cafe), a newspaper (The Breaker), and a modelling school (Breaker's Modelling School).moreless
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    The Miraculous Mellops

    The Miraculous Mellops

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    Network Ten (ended 1992)
    The Mellop family already have enough trouble, battling to keep their plant nursery open. But their lives are thrown into even more chaos when they are told by two emissaries from the Moon that one of the Mellops will be the successor to the Moon’s dying leader, the 2000 year old Grand Baby! A colourful and fun fantasy series, featuring everything from Moonling marching girls to Elvis impersonators, to four metre high grubs which eat everything in sight after spraying it with toffee!moreless
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