It had the lot: sex, nudity, murder, gay boys, interracial relationships, pensioners, Jews, Poms, drug addicts, backyard abortionists, fortune tellers and a whole lot more.
As TV historian and author Nigel Giles explains, Number 96 was ahead of its time, naughty, sexy, funny and daring.
It was truly revolutionary television and as it raced to the top of the ratings its cast – and the characters they played – became household names.
Nigel’s book, Number 96 tells the tale of life behind the scenes of Australian TV’s most notorious address and sets the record straight.
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