The first ever broadcast of ABC Television
- presented by Michael Charlton, 5 November 1956.
Michael Charlton (born 1 May 1927) is an Australian-born British journalist and broadcaster. He was born in Sydney. He worked for the BBC in the United Kingdom for many years.
In 1961 he was the inaugural presenter of Four Corners, an Australian current affairs programme. In 1963 he was the recipient of the Australian Gold Logie award.