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    Wheel of Fortune (Australia)

    Wheel of Fortune (Australia)

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    Seven Network
    This is the Australian version of the US game show 'The Wheel of Fortune.' Running since 1981, this show has become very popular and even more so as to a new host, Larry Emdur. The Wheel Of fortune now has a lot of humor in it which makes it enjoyable. What happens is there are three contestants and they take turns of spinning the wheel. There is a phrase, word or many words on the board and after spinning the wheel a contestant can try a letter. If it is in the word/s, that letter will be shown on the board and that contestant will receive points. If not it will be the next persons turn. Whoever solves the word puzzle first will win a prize and points.moreless
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    Boney

    Boney

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    Seven Network (ended 1973)
    Crime drama series. The cases of detective inspector Napoleon Bonaparte, part aboriginal, part white carrying his investigations throughout Australia. The show created a bit of a stir through its use of blacking up the lead actor to play the half-caste Boney.moreless
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    Whiplash

    Whiplash

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    Seven Network (ended 1961)
    Australian adventure series about an American named Christopher Cobb who established the first stagecoach line in 1850s New South Wales, Australia.
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    The Matty Johns Show

    The Matty Johns Show

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    Seven Network
    Former Australian rugby league player and current commentator Matthew Johns hosts this variety show that focuses on the biggest issues of the new rugby league season, as well as interviews with sporting stars and special guests, and live music and comedy performances.moreless
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    Full Frontal

    Full Frontal

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    Seven Network (ended 1997)
    Full Frontal was developed in 1993 and it was a spin off to the show Fast Forward which ended in 1992. The show aired on Channel 7 Australia then it was cancelled in 1997. In 1998, another show replaced it with some of the same actors and some new ones called "Totally Full Frontal" which lasted until 1999.

    Full Frontal will rip off any show they get a chance to and they often rip of such shows as: Sale of the Century, The 7:30 Report, Sport's Tonight, The Price is Right, Wheel of Fortune They also rip off movies and try to deliberately make them look very cheap with visible strings and obviuolsly model sized props.

    They also have their own shows like:
    *Australian National Nightly Network News (ANNNN) - A weekly news program with humorous stories and weather reports
    *Parko's Good Sports - Teaching us about sports hosted by Narelle Parkinson and the destructive Milo Kerrigan
    *David McGahans World - Hosted by David McGahan, this teaches us about everyday objects with weird twists

    Some characters that were specially created for Full Frontal are:
    *Narelle Parkinson - Host of the ANNNN and often hosts other shows like "Parko's Good Sports"
    *Ian Goodings - Host of the ANNNN, often pronounces 'S' as an 'X' sound
    *Milo Kerrigan - A Mentally challenged character who is very destructive on "Parko's Good Sports" always destroying the set
    *Phil Toinby - The ANNNN ex-weather man who no-one liked and occasionally destroyed the weather map with his sent-in-by-viewers pointers. Nicknames are "Phily" or "The Toinster"
    *David McGahan - Previously on ANNNN but now hosts his own show "David McGahans World" where he documents on everyday things
    *Leon - This guy used to say that everything is "crap" on 'A Current Affair' until he found a new direction in life and never wanted to say it again but gets Ray to say it
    *Neville - A wierd guy always coming into the studio of 'A Current Affair' with his "lovely defacto wife Buella" and always suggesting that Ray take his hair off and always saying about having nude events at their home


    CURRENT AIR-TIMES FOR FULL FRONTAL
    (Last Updated 19-6-05...accurate until 30/6/05)


    AUSTRALIA:
    Weekdays 8:30AM EST - tCC (Currently in the 1996 series)
    Weekdays 2:30PM EST - tCC (Currently in the 1995 series)

    tCC = theComedyChannel - Ch 120 (FOXTEL Digital), Ch 21 (FOXTEL Analogue)
    All Shows on theComedyChannel repeat 2 hours later on FOXTEL Digital channel 121.
    Updates to this section will usually occur from the 27th of a month as that is when the new FOXTEL guide comes
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    Forensic Investigators

    Forensic Investigators

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    Seven Network
    Real life murder crimes in Australia are the focus of this dramatic documentary series hosted by Lisa McCune. Forensic specialists open up the files on some of the most notable murders in the country, revisiting photos and police videos, conducting interviews and reviewing forensic evidence. Viewers have a side by side perspective of all steps of an in-depth murder investigation.moreless
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    Bony

    Bony

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    Seven Network (ended 1992)
    Det David John 'Bony' Bonaparte and his team investigate and solve crime. This series was based upon a series of books by Australian author Arthur Upfield.
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    Skyways

    Skyways

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    Seven Network (ended 1981)
    Australian soap opera
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    Find My Family (Australia)

    Find My Family (Australia)

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    Seven Network
    Jack Thomson hosts this Australian series in which long lost families are reunited with their loved ones.
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    Runaway Island

    Runaway Island

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    Seven Network
    Welcome to the Runaway Island guide at TV.com!
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    Marshall Law

    Marshall Law

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    Seven Network (ended 2002)
    The show, starring Lisa McCune of Blue Heelers fame along with another Heelers and SeaChange star William McInnes, Frontline's Alison Whyte and Anne Phelan of Something in the Air, tells the story of the Marshall sisters. Ros is a junior crown prosecutor with an appetite for love and life. Her sister Verity is beginning to make her mark at the bar while dealing with her ex-husband, eminent counsel Dylan Boyd.moreless
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    Glenview High

    Glenview High

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    Seven Network (ended 1979)
    Australian teen drama
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    Rexona Australia's Greatest Athlete

    Rexona Australia's Greatest Athlete

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    Seven Network
    Australia's Greatest Athlete pits eight stars from a variety of different sports and teams against each other to determine who is Australia's best all-round athlete. Contestants compete in 15 physical challenges over eight weeks, including swimming, diving, oztag, rock climbing, sprints, bench pressing and kayaking. At the end of the tournament, the athlete who has the earned the highest overall score will be named Australia's Greatest Athlete 2010. Debuting on Channel 9 in January and February of 2009, the first season was hosted by Andrew Voss and Michael Slater. Season one featured A-league soccer player Joel Griffiths, V8 Supercar driver Jamie Whincup, 2008 Beijing Olympic pole vault gold medalist Steve Hooker, Richmond Tigers AFL star Brett Deledio, Wallabies Rugby Union player Lote Tuqiri, Australian Ironman Ky Hurst, Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds and Melbourne Storm NRL star Billy Slater who took out the first title of Australia's greatest athlete. Currently in its second season following a move to Channel Seven, the show now airs Saturdays and Sundays at 4:30pm in February and is hosted by Australian media personalities Mark Baretta and Tom Williams, with Rexona-sponsored Australian cricket captain Ricky Ponting providing commentary throughout the competition. The season 2 competition sees Billy Slater return to defend his title, along with seven new challengers: 2008 Beijing Olympic diving gold medalist Matthew Mitcham, A-league soccer player Jason Culina, AFL star Cameron Ling, Rugby League and Rugby Union player Wendell Sailer, Rugby Union player player James O'Connor, V8 Supercar driver Craig Lowndes and Two-time world Ironman champion Shannon Eckstein.moreless
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    It Takes Two

    It Takes Two

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    Seven Network
    An Australian version of the BBC's Just the Two of Us, this weekly live entertainment show puts celebrities not known for singing in the music spotlight. Celebrities team up with some of the country's finest singers to sing duets in a variety of styles including R&B and Soul, Rock, Country, Big Band and more. Winners are determined by a panel of judges and viewer votes, and those who come out on top donate their prizes to their charity of choice.moreless
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    The Weakest Link (Australia)

    The Weakest Link (Australia)

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    Seven Network (ended 2002)
    This is the Australian version of the Weakest Link. The Weakest Link is where 12 celebrity contestants are asked many questions ranging from maths to general knowledge. Each round a few are eliminated by having the lowest points. The winner chooses which charity the winning money goes to.moreless
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    Cash and Company

    Cash and Company

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    Seven Network (ended 1975)
    Story of 2 men, framed for murder by a corrupt policeman, attempting to clear their good names whilst avoiding the law during the Goldrush era of the 1850s Victoria, Australia. They are harboured and helped by a sympothetic widow at her highland homestead. As Serge Lazareff (Cash) was replaced by Gerard Kennedy in the 2nd season, the show changed it's name to Tandarra.moreless
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    Wild Boys (Australia)

    Wild Boys (Australia)

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    Seven Network
    This Australian colonial western is set against the backdrop of an 1850s penal system. Focusing on four young men -- Jack, Dan, Conrad and Captain Gunpowder -- the series will feature gold, horses, power and corruption as the highways and towns are governed by bush rangers.moreless
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    The Outdoor Room with Jamie Durie (Australia)

    The Outdoor Room with Jamie Durie (Australia)

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    Seven Network (ended 2009)
    Celebrity landscaper Jamie Durie hosts this lifestyle program which aims to take inspiration from around the world and apply it in the backyards of Australia.
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    Bush Patrol

    Bush Patrol

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    Seven Network (ended 1998)
    The Adventures Of The Bush Patrol was an Australian children's adventure show that ran for 78 episodes over three seasons.
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    Young Ramsay

    Young Ramsay

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    Seven Network (ended 1980)
    Australian dramatic series
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