The hour-long news program started in 1975 with Roger Climpson presenting, with a number of high-profile presenters thereafter, including Clive Robertson, Vincent Smith, Paul Lyneham, Kerry O'Brien, Don Willesee, Helen Wellings, Richard Zachariah and Ann Sanders. Ross Symonds was the featured news reader for much of the program's life.
Its most famous presenter was comedian Graham Kennedy.
It last aired on May 28, 1999, presented by Anne Fulwood and Andrew Daddo. Fulwood went on to co-anchor Seven's 6pm news in Melbourne with David Johnston, and Daddo to present entertainment programs. Eleven AM was the forerunner to Seven's Morning News bulletin.
Step into the shadows: Edward Hopper's canvases depict a bleak, but enticing world that has inspired two generations of creative minds.(The Week Ahead)
May 27, 2004; Edward Hopper made a profound impact on America's cultural landscape. Take the first painting he ever sold, in 1925. Entitled...