The Age from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on September 5, 1974 · Page 31
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I miFiiMi maw tw MELBOURNE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1974 I .-wgCgCTB! ..:- ... Underground Homicide MELBOURNE'S underground railway loop is used for the location setting of Homicide's investigation entitled Stand In For Terror, in which Detective Pat Kelly (John Stanton), right, captures an escaped psychopath with a condition known as hyperaccusive; an instability of mind in which any noise can become unbearable. Hugh Logan plays the escapee HSV-7, 730 p.m. Tuesday, September 20. AW this week takes an all-important step towards becoming Australia's first all-news radio station. From Monday, September 9, it is increasing its Monday to Friday news content average from two hours 11 minutes daily to over eight hours. Making the announcement the station's general manager (Mr. Ron Fowell) said: "The introduction of 3AW Newsradio has been on our planning boards for almost 12 months". Only the timing had to be changed to accommodate the participating sister station in Sydney, 2GB, which re- bA"- T4-J .i '- h ' Gerard Kennedy fights TOE The Scratch And Never Say Die, the fourth episode of the ABC's goldfields series concentrates on the arrival of Gentleman Jack Dawson, former boxing champion from England at Crocker's Cully. Gerard Kennedy appears as Gentleman Jack (left) who finds himself the unwilling boxing partner of the local strongman Peter Huckctt (Chris Peters) Rush ABV-2, 8 p.m., Tuesday, September 10. r Abigail joins Ted ABIGAIL joins Ted Hamilton's Musical World this week when she appears in a duet with Ted singing You're So Vain, and 1 Want To Be Loved By You. The former Number 9I personality who appeared in her first straight dramatic acting role for the ABC's Love Affair series earlier Otis year wants to combine an acting career with singing Ted Hamilton's Musical World, ABV-2, 8 p.m. Thursday (today) September 5. vamped its format this week. Newsradio is regarded as logical development of AW's news-orientated talkback and talk segments introduced six years ago. The contention that there is a demand in Melbourne for actuality news broadcasts is reflected in recent surveys, and AW's own telephone news survey (a record 407,000 calls in July). "The seven top Amc rican radio markets attracting radio listening audiences of millions have shown in the most recent surveys that news, information-and-: talk format stations collectively draw the largest audiences in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, St. Louis, Dallas and Washington, DC," said Mr. Fowell. Listeners should begin to feel the impact of Newsradio particularly in the hours 6 a.m. to 8.15 a.m., 12 noon to 1 p.m., and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., when the greatest concentrations of newscast material would be broadcast.- Mr. Fowell emphasised that the station would not be "cutting back on our talk programmes which are an essential ingredient to the news and information format. "People like Ormsby Wilkins, Claudia and Norman Banks, will still activate news and if anything their contribution to 3AW News-radio will be more important than ever before," said Mr. Fowell. John Boland (ex-HSV-7), Tony Banks (ex- Paul Hogan back with Nine A j starts M A Monday , JfSepl.9 ONE WEEK ONLY (tsTBDitsnea RECORDS TAPES AfucW Spoken Word also Shakespeare for Schools Southern Cross Shopping Plaza Australia's anti-hero, Paul Hogan, has decided to switch sides, abandoning HSV-7 to bat with the GTV-9 team because, he reckons, they need him. "Since they lost me as wicket-keeper their opening batsman, Kerry Packer hasn't taken a wicket." once more become acceptable to Nine network executives who made the deal with "Hoges". John Cornell, Hogan's manager (better known as his mate Strop) says: "We have signed a long-term contract with our company J.P. Productions to package the Paul Hogan Show and Nine will provide production assistance which will make it even better than it is now." Repeats on Seven Meanwhile. HSV-7 has announced it is repeating its Paul Hogan programmes at 7.30 p.m., Fridays, starting on September 13, with Hogan in London. The change, an-n o u n c e d earlier this week has left Seven network executives tight-lipped and unofficial sources say legal advisers are looking at Hogan's contract with Seven in an effort to hold him to their network. Meanwhile at Nine there is a spirit of self-satisfaction summarised by the heading of the release announcing the move: "Hogan Returns Home". Seven gained substantial ratings mileage from Hogan and when his monthly variety show appeared the network's ratings went up. With the death of Sir Frank Packer it is be-Moved the unofficial opinion of Hogan has the world s best color TVK Marie in Germany I ITT S C H AU B-LO RE NZ. : "ffiWRfWHK-" Picture: GG cm tcctantiular colour Dictu"- tune M 1UJ ultrasonic). Automatic switch ovei to coloy and Mack and white recept-on PLACE OROER NOW & SAVE $100 Remote Control TV-SENSOR" the electronic selection of channel! f,:g O-q m ease of operation Sin-sL. O M change pro gramme with rust one touch of the senaor contact ibULE AGENTS FOR AUSTRALIA! RECORDED MUSIC SALON TRUE FIDELITY 11 COLLINS STREET C. PINCZEWSKl MELBOURNE. VIC, 3000 TEL.: 63 6257 ;ef Hir d news trs.il I UZ), John Bell (ex-Canberra radio and TV) and Colin Denovan (ex-XY) are some of the recruits who will be working in the expanded AW news room under the direction of Peter Blanchard. There will also be a satirical note on the news provided by MThe Age" columnist, John Pinkney. Are You Being Served ? BBC situation comedy series in six episodes set in an old-fashioned style British department store where "Ladies Separates and Underwear" are asked to share a floor with "Gentlemen's Ready To Wear". Manning the "battle lines" along the counters are the redoubtable Mrs. Slocombe (Mollie Sugden) and the dogged Mr. Grainger (Arthur Brough), backed up more or less by their respective sales assistants. The series replaces Our Man In the Company, which concluded last week (ABV-2, 8 p.m4 Fridays, starting September 6). 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