Episode One | December 9, 1991
We travelled to the week of my birth, the week of the Ninth of December.
The songs that were charting were:
10) Kylie Minogue – Word is Out;
9) Color Me Badd – All 4 Love;
8) PM Dawn – Set Adrift on Memory Bliss;
7) Robbie Nevil – Just Like You;
6) Salt-N-Pepa – Let’s Talk About Sex;
5) U2 – The Fly;
4) Jimmy Barnes – When Something is Wrong (With My Baby);
3) Prince and the New Power Generation – Cream;
2) Right Said Fred – I’m Too Sexy;
- Michael Jackson – Black or White;
Reputation Blows [Herald Sun, Saturday Dec 14, 1991 –Page 11]:
Werribee celebrated the long awaited opening of the new sewerage processing plant to help alleviate some of the smells that had been plaguing the city for some 100 years.
The plant officially opened on December 13th by the Premier of Victoria, Joan Kirner.
The plant was expected to pump 35,000 litres of sewerage towards Werribee every second.
Phillip Island Water Crisis [Herald Sun, Monday Dec 9, 1991 – Page11]:
The Draught of 1991 had caused serious issues for water storage facilities in Phillip Island, after the discovery of a poisonous algae bloom. Concerns were raised over water supplies on the island being exhausted by the coming Friday.
The reservoir was treated with copper sulphate and the water expected to be free of the algae by the weekend.
Films that were in the cinema at the time:
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
The latest Star Trek film of the time. It was the last film to feature the full original cast and the last Star Trek film of DeForest Kelly, who passed away between films, although, the next film, Generations contained a mixture of the older and newer Star Trek casts.
Spielberg’s sequel to Peter and Wendy.