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Australia Daze

On Australia Day 1988, the thoughts and attitudes of ordinary Aussies are revealed.


The Song Keepers

Four generations of song women that make up The Central Australian Aboriginal Women's Choir, go on a historic journey to take back the hymns that were given to their ancestors by the German missionaries but in their own ancient Aboriginal languages.


The Tracker

The Australian outback, 1922...four men relentlessly track a fugitive.


The Getting of Wisdom

An imaginative girl refuses the mould of Victorian society.


A Crude Injustice

Farmers struggle for compensation after an oil spill.


Namatjira Project

Namatjira's family fight to regain their grandfather’s copyright.


Pozieres

In WWI, the French village of Pozieres became the site of a bloody battle.


Beyond Kokoda

A balanced look at both sides of the most savage campaign of WWII.


Gurrumul

Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu was one of Australia's greatest voices.


The Telegram Man

In WWI, a local telegram man becomes the bearer of bad news for his community.


Shame

A lawyer encourages the women of a small town to stand up against violence.


Into the Shadows

Inside the challenging Australian film industry


The Legend of Ben Hall

A retired bush ranger is drawn back into crime.


Utopia

Utopia - home to the oldest human presence on earth. It's no paradise.


Utopia Interviews Part 2

Utopia - home to the oldest human presence on earth. It's no paradise.


Utopia Interviews Part 1

Utopia - home to the oldest human presence on earth. It's no paradise.


The Extraordinary Tale of William Buckley

A young convict escapes into the bush.


Hunt Angels

In the late 1930s, Rupert Kathner and Alma Brooks began a movie-making spree


Its Raining Pleasure The Triffids

The four-night reunion of a seminal 80s Aussie band


Bilby Brothers

Two men on a mission to preserve one of Australia’s strangest critters.


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