Sunday was a weekly public affairs programme from Australia's Nine Network, which ran from 1981 to 2008. When Sunday began on 15 November 1981, its unique two hour format offered viewers a ... See full summary »

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Jim Waley Jim Waley ...  Himself - Host 4 episodes, 1985-1998
Graeme Campbell Graeme Campbell ...  Himself - Australia First Party / ... 3 episodes, 1993-1998
Ross Greenwood Ross Greenwood ...  Himself - Co-Host 2 episodes, 2007
Ian McLachlan Ian McLachlan ...  Himself / ... 2 episodes, 1985-1991
John Hewson John Hewson ...  Himself / ... 2 episodes, 1991-1993
Fred Nile Fred Nile ...  Himself - Call to Australia Party / ... 5 episodes, 1994-2007
Alexander Downer Alexander Downer ...  Himself - Foreign Minister / ... 4 episodes, 1994-2007
David Oldfield David Oldfield ...  Himself - Adviser, One Nation / ... 2 episodes, 1998
Peter Costello Peter Costello ...  Himself - Federal Treasurer / ... 5 episodes, 1994-2008
Steve Fielding Steve Fielding ...  Himself / ... 2 episodes, 2005-2007
Don Burke Don Burke ...  Himself 2 episodes, 2007-2008
Helen Dalley Helen Dalley ...  Herself - Host 1 episode, 1994
Robert Haupt Robert Haupt ...  Himself - Reporter 1 episode, 1985
Paul Lockyer Paul Lockyer ...  Himself - Reporter 1 episode, 1993
Janine Perrett Janine Perrett ...  Herself - Reporter 1 episode, 1994
Ross Coulthart Ross Coulthart ...  Himself - Reporter 1 episode, 1998
Paul Ransley Paul Ransley ...  Himself - Reporter 1 episode, 1998
John Elliott John Elliott ...  Himself 1 episode, 1985
Malcolm Fraser ...  Himself 2 episodes, 1985-2005
William McBride William McBride ...  Himself 1 episode, 1985
Reg Withers Reg Withers ...  Himself 1 episode, 1985
Leila Gordievsky Leila Gordievsky ...  Herself - Wife of Defector 1 episode, 1990
Oleg Gordievsky Oleg Gordievsky ...  Himself - Former KGB Officer 1 episode, 1990
Oliver 'Buck' Revell Oliver 'Buck' Revell ...  Himself - US Intelligence 1 episode, 1990
Margaret Thatcher ...  Herself - British Prime Minister 1 episode, 1990
Fred Chaney Fred Chaney ...  Himself - Former Aboriginal Affairs Minister 1 episode, 1993
Charles Court Charles Court ...  Himself - Father 2 episodes, 1985-1993
Jo Court Jo Court ...  Herself 1 episode, 1993
Richard Court Richard Court ...  Himself - Premier of Western Australia 1 episode, 1993
Bill Hassell Bill Hassell ...  Himself - Liberal Party President 1 episode, 1993
Brendan Nelson Brendan Nelson ...  Himself 3 episodes, 1993-2008
Wilson Tuckey Wilson Tuckey ...  Himself 1 episode, 1993
Connie Beddall Connie Beddall ...  Herself 1 episode, 1994
Elma Butler Elma Butler ...  Herself - Wife 1 episode, 1994
Eric Butler Eric Butler ...  Himself - Founder of the League of Rights 1 episode, 1994
Bob Corbin Bob Corbin ...  Himself 1 episode, 1994
Bob Doring Bob Doring ...  Himself 1 episode, 1994
Ted Drane Ted Drane ...  Himself 1 episode, 1994
Gerard Henderson Gerard Henderson ...  Himself 1 episode, 1994
John Hyde John Hyde ...  Himself 1 episode, 1994
David Irving David Irving ...  Himself - British Historian 1 episode, 1994
Craig Isherwood Craig Isherwood ...  Himself - National Secretary of the CEC 1 episode, 1994
Lyndon LaRouche Lyndon LaRouche ...  Himself - Former Presidential Candidate 1 episode, 1994
Peter Reith Peter Reith ...  Himself - Liberal Frontbencher 1 episode, 1994
David Thompson David Thompson ...  Himself - National Director of the League of Rights 1 episode, 1994
Jack van Tongeren Jack van Tongeren ...  Himself - Australian Nationalist Movement 1 episode, 1994
Morris L. West Morris L. West ...  Himself - Author 1 episode, 1994
David Barnett David Barnett ...  Himself - Australian Financial Review 1 episode, 1998
John Pasquarelli John Pasquarelli ...  Himself - Former Adviser Pauline Hanson 1 episode, 1998
Paul Sheehan Paul Sheehan ...  Himself - Sydney Morning Herald 1 episode, 1998
Robert Hill Robert Hill ...  Himself - Defence Minister 1 episode, 2002
Bruce Baird Bruce Baird ...  Himself - Liberal MP 1 episode, 2005
Andrew Evans Andrew Evans ...  Himself - Family First Founder 1 episode, 2005
Robert Forsyth Robert Forsyth ...  Himself - Anglican Bishop South Sydney 1 episode, 2005
Franklin Graham Franklin Graham ...  Himself - Evangelist 1 episode, 2005
Brian Houston Brian Houston ...  Himself - Hillsong Church 1 episode, 2005
John Howard ...  Himself - Prime Minister 8 episodes, 1994-2008
Jo Luhrs Jo Luhrs ...  Herself 1 episode, 2005
Richard Luhrs Richard Luhrs ...  Himself 1 episode, 2005
Louise Markus Louise Markus ...  Herself - LIberal MP 1 episode, 2005
Phil Pringle ...  Himself 1 episode, 2005
Jim Wallace Jim Wallace ...  Himself - Australian Christian Lobby 2 episodes, 2002-2005
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Sunday was a weekly public affairs programme from Australia's Nine Network, which ran from 1981 to 2008. When Sunday began on 15 November 1981, its unique two hour format offered viewers a mix that included local and overseas news, politics, in-depth stories on issues affecting Australia and the world, plus film reviews, arts features and music. Sunday was presented by Jim Waley, who hosted the show for the next 20 years and became synonymous with the programme. Written by Patrick Te Pou

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