Logie Awards of 1998

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40th Logie Awards
Date 19 April 1998
Site Crown Palladium, Melbourne, Victoria
Hosted by Daryl Somers
Highlights
Gold Logie Lisa McCune
Hall of Fame Graham Kennedy
Most awards Blue Heelers (4)
Television coverage
Network Nine Network

The 40th Annual TV Week Logie Awards was held on Sunday 19 April 1998 at the Crown Palladium in Melbourne, and broadcast on the Nine Network.[1] The ceremony was hosted by Daryl Somers, and guests included Matt LeBlanc, Kathy Najimy, Kenny Rogers and Reba McEntire.[1]

Winners and nominees[edit]

In the tables below, winners are listed first and highlighted in bold.[2]

Gold Logie[edit]

Most Popular Personality on Australian Television

Acting[edit]

Most Popular Actor Most Popular Actress
Most Outstanding Actor in a Series Most Outstanding Actress in a Series
Most Popular New Talent

Most Popular Programs[edit]

Most Popular Program Most Popular Light Entertainment Program
Most Popular Comedy Program Most Popular Lifestyle Program
Most Popular Sports Program Most Popular Sports Event
Most Popular Public Affairs Program

Most Outstanding Programs[edit]

Most Outstanding Series Most Outstanding Mini-series or Movie Made for Television
Most Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Most Outstanding Achievement in Sports
Most Outstanding Achievement in News Most Outstanding Achievement in Public Affairs
Most Outstanding Achievement in Children's Television Most Outstanding Documentary
  • Rats in the Ranks (ABC TV)
    • The Big House (ABC TV)
    • The Call of Kakadu (ABC TV)
    • Mabo: Life of An Island Man (ABC TV)
    • Tell My Kids I'm Sorry (Seven Network)

Hall of Fame[edit]

After a lifetime in Australian television, Graham Kennedy became the 15th inductee into the TV Week Logies Hall of Fame.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "40th TV Week Logie Awards, 1998". Tvweeklogies.com.au. Archived from the original on 17 April 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "1998 Logie Awards". Australiantelevision.net. Archived from the original on 17 April 2014. 

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