[24 HOUR TELEVISION RECORDING 25/04/1999 TV1]

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11 pm = Touch of Frost: Deep Waters;
1.00 am = BBC World - BBC World News;
1.30 am = World Living: The Travel Show;
2 am = BBC World News
2.05 am = Weekend World: Crossing the Lines; War Rules;
2.10 am = Weekend World: Crossing the Lines; War Rules (cont);
3 am = BBC World News;
3.05 = Weekend World: People’s Century; 1959 - Endangered Planet;
4 am = BBC World News;
4.30 = World Focus: Correspondent;
5 am = BBC World News;
5.30 = This Week;
6 am = BBC World - BBC World News;
6.30 am = World Focus: Correspondent;

(6.48 am - 10 am)
6.48 - 7 am = World Focus: Correspondent (cont);
7 am - 8 am = In Touch; Christian broadcaster Charles Stanley presents practical advice from the Bible;
8 am - 8.30 am = Tiki Tiki; A Maori language programme for preschoolers. Today: Ko Tawirimatea or the god of wind;
8.30 am - 9.am = Inside Out; A programme made for and by people with disabilities, presented by Bronwyn Hayward. Today: A roundup of stories and news from Minnie Baragwanath, Grant Cleland and Bronwyn Hayward;
9 am - 9.30 am = Praise Be; Graeme Thompson presents a programme of sacred music, readings and hymns, featuring choirs and ecumenical congregations recorded throughout New Zealand;
9.30 am - 10 am = Tagata Pasifika; This Anzac Day, Reverend Mike Yasa reminiseces about the Fijian involvement in the emergency; and Greg Semu’s latest photographic exhibition;

(10 am - 1.10pm)
10 am - 11 am = Waka Huia; The second programme on Moteatea, where people from various tribal areas perform and explain this very traditional form of Maori music; Te Mangai Paho;
11 am - 12 am = Anzac Day National Wreath-Laying Ceremony; Ian Johnstone presents live coverage from the National War Memorial in Wellington, commemorating the 84th anniversary of Anzac Day;
12 am - 1.10 pm = Backch@t; Investigating our culture. Bill Ralston hosts a programme about arts, issues and culture;

(1.10 pm - 4.20 pm)
1.10 pm - 1.30 pm = Backch@t (cont);
1.30 am - 4.20 pm = One World of Sport: The National Bank Grandstand; Introduced by Geoff Bryan, featuring Thundercats - Super 12 highlights Blues vs Sharks at Eden Park;

(4.20 pm - 7.30 pm)
4.20 pm - 6 pm = One World of Sport: The National Bank Grandstand (cont); Super 12 game Hurricanes vs Brumbies at Athletic Park Wellington;
6 pm - 7 pm = One Network News;
7 pm - 7.30 pm = Westpac Trust Location Location Location; Is Anthea’s elaborate taste and the asking price for her home too much for some buyers? And Anne and Mike have created their dream home but now face the risk of becoming slaves to the demands of five acres and 15 rooms;

(7.30 pm - 10.40 pm)
7.30 pm - 8.30 pm = 60 Minutes; Current affairs with correspondents Janet Wilson, John Hudson, Janet McIntyre, Cameron Bennett and Mike Valintine;
8.30 pm - 10 pm = Montana Sunday Theatre: Goodnight Mr Tom;

(10.40 pm - 11 pm)
10.40 pm - 11 pm = Backch@t (cut off);

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Year 1999

Reference number F41071

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television

Production company various

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