60 Minutes Australia is inducted into the TV Week Logie Hall of Fame

It's one of the most respected and longest running current affairs shows in Australian television history.

And the stars, past and present, of 60 Minutes were reunited on Sunday when the show was inducted into the Logies Hall Of Fame.

Gerald Stone, the inaugural executive producer of the show, was in tears as he accepted the award from current cast member Liz Hayes.

'Gerald Stone is a star, he's a special man to us,' she said. 

Teary! Gerald Stone, (pictured) the inaugural executive producer of the show, was in tears as he accepted the award from current cast member Liz Hayes (pictured right).

Teary! Gerald Stone, (pictured) the inaugural executive producer of the show, was in tears as he accepted the award from current cast member Liz Hayes (pictured right).

Reunion! The stars, past and present, of 60 Minutes were reunited on Sunday when the show was inducted into the Logies Hall Of Fame

Reunion! The stars, past and present, of 60 Minutes were reunited on Sunday when the show was inducted into the Logies Hall Of Fame

An emotional Stone remarked 'good reporters don't cry', as he thanked Hayes for the award in front of the reunited stars.

'Good reporters don't cry. So I guess I have lost my stance a bit,' he said. 

Today Show host Karl Stefanovic also appeared to shed a tear as he applauded his colleagues at Channel 9.      

Footy Show and Millionaire Hot Seat host Eddie McGuire, looked ecstatic as he clapped enthusiastically.

Emotional! Today Show host Karl Stefanovic also appeared to shed a tear as he applauded his colleagues at Channel 9

Emotional! Today Show host Karl Stefanovic also appeared to shed a tear as he applauded his colleagues at Channel 9

Hugs galore! Cast members of the show, past and present, thanked the first ever producer of the show, George Stone as he accepted the award 

Hugs galore! Cast members of the show, past and present, thanked the first ever producer of the show, George Stone as he accepted the award 

The popular show started life in 1979 and has been on our screens ever since. it has also been honoured with five Logies a special achievement Logie in 1985.

Widely recognised as producing some of the best investigative journalists in the country, 60 Minutes launched the careers of the likes of Jana Wendt.

Jana, who herself won a gold Logie in 1992, joined the cast in 1982  before leaving in 1988. She returned to the popular show in 1994.

Elated! Footy Show and Millionaire Hot Seat host Eddie McGuire, looked ecstatic as he celebrated and clapped in the audience.

Elated! Footy Show and Millionaire Hot Seat host Eddie McGuire, looked ecstatic as he celebrated and clapped in the audience.

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