TV viewers in two states and one territory will be directly affected by the start of Daylight Saving today.
Live shows from Sydney and Melbourne will now be screening on delay -and one live show in Queensland will be delayed in Queensland itself.
Sunrise, Today, Breakfast and ABC News Breakfast will all be delayed, although viewers can still watch ABC News Breakfast Live on ABC News 24 in all states.
Q & A will be delayed on ABC1 in non-Daylight Saving states but can be seen Live on ABC News 24 at 9:35pm AEDT across the country.
Also airing delayed are:
The Morning Show,
TEN Morning News,
Nine Morning News,
Seven Morning News,
Seven News at 4:30,
Nine Afternoon News,
A Current Affair,
World News Australia,
Big Brother (Live shows only),
The X Factor,
Q & A,
TEN Late News
Voting for Big Brother and The X Factor will now finish one hour earlier in Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia. Big Brother‘s finale will be delayed in Queensland, the very state in which it is taking place.
Twitter and social media comments will be affected on Big Brother, Can of Worms, Q & A and other shows that engage in Live audience feedback.
Foxtel programming will now air an hour earlier in Queensland, Western Australia and the Northern Territory.
And with a few exceptions, it will stay that way until April.