BOB
BOB
BOB
BOB

Television

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Bob and Mark have been seen on a variety of Television programmes over the years. Included here are just a selection. Pour yourself a glass of dry white wine, sit back and relax as we journey through some of those memorable, small screen appearances. Bob on the Box

Rove Live
Bob was one of the guests.
#1.10 11/12/00 Channel Ten
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The Bob Downe Show
The Bob Downe Show
Bob's first variety show broadcast on cable channel Foxtel. It was a glorious mix of comedy, celebrity chat, song and dance routines.
03/12/00-13/05/01 TV1
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Fabulous, Famous And Forgotten
Four part series of half hour entertainment shows presented by Bob and looking at personalities, events and crazes from the past decades.
13/08-03/09/00 Channel Ten

Good News Week
Good News Week Good News Week
Good News Week Good News Week
The series moved to the commercial station, Channel Ten, in 1999 and ran until 21 November 2000. Yet more songs dominated this last series. Mark and Paul sung together on Big Spender, Cracklin' Rosie, Lucky Stars, Torn Between Two Lovers also with Marcia Hines and Lucky. Mark provided backing vocals when Paul sang I Was Made For Loving You. Mark was a special guest on the last show finale when he duetted with Paul onThat's Life.
13/05/00 Channel Ten
29/07/00
09/09/00
21/11/00
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Mr. Accident
Mr Accident
Bob had a cameo role in this his first movie, which starred Yahoo Serious as a very clumsy man who, with his UFO-obsessed girlfriend, discovers a plan made by his boss to market eggs laced with nicotine. Bob's charismatic refrigerator salesman character demonstrated the 'top-of-the-range, state-of-the-art, twin-door, auto-defrost Arctic Prince 2000' refrigerator. The movie was released in the United States on 24th March and in Australia on 7th September.
2000

Good Morning Australia
Good Morning Australia
Bob loved appearing on Bert Newton's show and talking hair. After all, Bert went to Bob's 'man'. Bob sang The Greatest Love Of All.
2000 Channel Ten
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The Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Broadcast
Bob's most memorable moment as host was when he was kissed on the mouth by Sir Ian McKellen during the telecast.
03/00 Channel Ten
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