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Airdate: Funeral of Bert Newton

Updated: Here are the local broadcast times for Bert's State Funeral this Friday on Nine, 10, Seven, ABC News, SKY News Extra.

Broadcast details for Bert Newton’s State Funeral have now been confirmed.

As previously noted this us a full Requiem Mass, screening on Nine, 10 & Seven as well as Live Streamed via YouTube.

Nine / 9Now: Funeral for Bert Newton
Tony Jones and Alicia Loxley will host this special presentation live from St Patrick’s Cathedral in East Melbourne. A legend of Australian television, Bert passed away on October 30, aged 83, after a long health battle. Friday’s funeral will be attended by family, friends and colleagues from his six-decade long career on television and radio. The service will celebrate his magnificent life and incomparable contribution to Australian showbusiness. Michael Healy, Nine’s Director of Television, said: “Bert Newton was a giant of our industry, entertaining generations of Australians across our television screens. He brought unbridled joy and laughter into our homes as part of so many programs, partnerships and formats. He was loved by us all at Nine and we wish Patti, Lauren, Matt and their families our sincere condolences at this sad time.”
9:30am Melbourne, Sydney
6:30am Perth on 9GEM
Join Tony Jones and Alicia Loxley for special coverage as we prepare to say farewell to Aussie entertainment royalty, Bert Newton.

10am Melbourne, Sydney
9:30am Adelaide
9am Brisbane
7am: Perth on 9GEM
Join Nine News for live coverage of Bert Newton’s farewell, live from St Patrick’s Cathedral in East Melbourne.

10 / 10Play: Studio 10: Celebrating Bert Newton
8am Live Melbourne, Sydney
7am Live Brisbane
7:30am Live Adelaide
8am Perth

Seven / 7Plus: Bert Newton Funeral
Join 7NEWS on Friday as Australia farewells Bert Newton, with special live coverage of the State Funeral Service to begin from 9.15am AEDT on Channel 7 and 7plus. Following extensive coverage on Sunrise across the morning, The Morning Show’s Kylie Gillies and Larry Emdur will co-anchor Seven’s broadcast from outside St Patrick’s Cathedral in Melbourne, where Newton’s wife Patti will be joined by family, friends and colleagues to pay their final respects to the award-winning entertainer and television icon. A special edition of Seven’s Morning News will immediately follow the service, featuring the poignant highlights from the funeral as well as the day’s other headlines from both Australia and abroad.
9:15am Melbourne, Sydney
9am Brisbane / Adelaide

10am ABC News / iview will also screen.

10am Sky News will also screen.

Updated

6 Responses

  1. David, I looked on the TV Guide and noticed that Perth will get live coverage on 9GEM at 6:30AM (AWST). This is to avoid disrupting the usual Today Show.
    I also looked on the Brisbane, Adelaide TV Guides and noticed that they will get coverage live on 10, but Perth will have to put up with the 3-hour delay.

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