Welcome to your ‘Wide Bay Today’ ‘Classic Calendars & Quizzes’ for Wednesday July 11th, 2018.
Billy Healy has all the quiz answers from 9am today.
On this date in 1987 Bob Hawke became the first Labor Leader to win 3 successive federal elections. On this date in 1931 US actor and singer Tab Hunter was born in New York. He is 87 today. On this date in 1920 Russian-Born US actor Yul Brynner was born. He died aged 65 in 1985. On this date in 1950 Bonnie Pointer was born in California. Bonnie was a member of what US Group?
On this date in 1943 Aussie Television Journalist Richard Carleton was born in Bowral, NSW. He died aged 62 in 2006. He joined 60-Minutes in 1987 after 20-years with the ABC. On this date in 1997 snow fell on Uluru for the first recorded time. On this date in 1994 ‘ITA’ magazine ceased publication after 5-year. What song did ‘Cold Chisel’ dedicate to Ita Buttrose publisher of ITA Magazine?
On this date in 1930 Don Bradman made a record 309 runs in one day in a test match. The game was between Australia and England played at Leeds. On this date in 1916 Gough Whitlam was born in Kew, Victoria. He died aged 98 in 2014. Gough was our Prime Minister from December 5th 1972 until his dismissal on November 11th 1975. On this date in 1959 Richie Sambora was born in Perth Amboy New Jersey. He is a guitarist with what US band?