A Historic Era of Television Activity is Coming to a Close for Seven Perth Perth’s three commercial television stations established their studios at one of the highest points in the metropolitan area, so they could had a direct line of sight to the transmitter sites in the Darling Ranges. With TVW Channel Seven […]
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Photo Flashback: TVW Secretaries and Peter Dean (in drag) help celebrate the retirement of Sir James Cruthers in 1981 with their take on the Mickey Mouse Club song A group of former TVW secretaries and production ladies enjoyed reminiscing together on Sunday November 4th 2012. It was planned as a picnic on the foreshore […]
Sadly Robbie Snowden passed away at 10.10 am on Tuesday morning December 15, 2009. Born 10/10/1948 – Died 15/12/2009 Robbie Snowden at the TVW Reunion on October 18, 2009 This no doubt will come as a shock to the many who recently watched him perform on stage at the TVW Reunion on October 18th. Little […]
Carolyn Noble will be remembered as a popular personality who started with the children’s programs and became involved with the woman’s shows and the Logie Award winning Stars of he Future.
… Audrey Barnaby has enjoyed a close and continuous relationship with Coralie Condon from the 1958 stage production of Coralie’s musical comedy ‘The Good Oil’ to the establishment of the make-up section and on-air presentation for the woman’s programs.
On Friday November 27th 2009, Keith Bales of the TVW Reunion planning committee organised an enjoyable post reunion dinner at the Romany Restaurant, on the corner of Lake and Aberdeen Streets in Northbridge. Not only was it a celebratory dinner for the planning committee, entertainers, sponsors and wives, but also a number of past CEO’s, […]
Re-live the magic of the TVW 50th Anniversary Reunion with this special commemorative DVD produced by Mintox Media. Featuring keynote entertainers Johnny Young and The Strangers, this fabulous keepsake also includes the arrival of the Nightcruiser party buses, entertainers from Stargate Actor’s Academy, and guest performers Jeff Phillips, Robbie Snowden and Justin and Katherine Freind. […]
Back in the 1970’s, Annette Grennell (nee Purvis) was a young performer on STARS OF THE FUTURE, a national half hour children’s variety program which received Logie Awards in 1972, 1974, 1975 and 1976. Annette also appeared during the MISS WEST COASTS, TELETHONS and sang the theme to FAT CAT’S FUN SHOW. Annette Purvis, Lynne […]
It started off as small tea party for Coralie Condon and Pixi Burke (nee Hale) to reminisce about the theatre, the performing arts and everything in general. Pam Leuba, Coralie Condon, Audrey Long and Pixi Burke Once word got out, it soon turned into a great post TVW reunion get together. Two people who missed […]