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Program Information
4:3
Australian Television News
Weekly Program
Bobby Fletcher
 QuEAR  Contact Contributor
July 17, 2005, 6:17 p.m.
4:3 is a weekly look at television in Australia
Producer: Bobby Fletcher
Originally broadcast on RTR FM 92.1 in Perth Western Australia.
http://www.rtrfm.com.au
On this week's 4:3 - Bobby talks about TV legend Bert Newton and what constitutes the title "legend" in the world of television. He also talks about the change in viewing habits with free-to-air and pay television channels in Australia and the demise in popularity of Australian drama.

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00:12:00 1 July 18, 2005
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