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A Current Affair
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  1. a nightly tabloid current affairs programme, broadcast on the Nine Network every week night, hosted by Tracy Grimshaw

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  2. also airs nightly at on Sky News Australia on Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays

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  3. first broadcast in Black & White on 22 November, 1971 with Mike Willesee, screening week nights at , and was broadcast for GTV-9

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  4. Like its main rival broadcast on the Seven Network, Today Tonight, A Current Affair is often considered to use sensationalist journalism - which has attracted parodies such as Frontline

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  5. 1971 Version. 1971-1974 Mike Willesee

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