The Ken Noyle Show

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The Ken Noyle Show is an Australian television series which aired on ABC. A half-hour variety series, in Sydney (on ABN-2) it aired on Thursdays,[1] while in Melbourne (on ABV-2) it typically aired on Wednesdays.

In Melbourne the first episode aired on 24 May 1958, with guests including Beryl Meekin, Red Moore, vocalist Paul Miskell and Jancece,[2] with competition in the 9:30PM time-slot including a feature film on HSV-7 and the first half of The Astor Show on GTV-9. Later during the run of the series it aired at 9:00PM, competed against talent programme Stairway to the Stars on HSV-7, and American sitcom Susie on GTV-9.[3] At that point the programme was preceded on ABV-2's schedule by Faraway Look and followed by documentary series Panorama.

It is not known if any kinescope recordings exist of the series, given the erratic survival rate of ABC's 1950s-era programming.

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  1. ^ http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article51941249
  2. ^ https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=2AdQAAAAIBAJ&sjid=mJUDAAAAIBAJ&pg=4157,3448665&dq=ken-noyle&hl=en
  3. ^ https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=GEkRAAAAIBAJ&sjid=JpUDAAAAIBAJ&pg=4240,598501&dq=ken-noyle&hl=en

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