This neon sign documents the television program ‘Sounds’, which began on Channel Seven on 1 March 1975, the day colour transmission officially commenced on Australian television. It began life as ‘Sounds Unlimited’ with Graham Webb as host. Webb soon gave up hosting for production, entrusting the job to ex-Sydney DJ Donnie Sutherland.
‘Sounds’ went out live for three hours from 9am each Saturday morning, 52 weeks a year, until December 1987. At its peak it was shown on well over 100 stations na...
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