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A six-part documentary series which follows the lives of six ordinary Australians from their own perspective. Each of the six is in the middle of a deep personal crisis.

In the style of an oral history, the series documents moving accounts of the lives of migrants from Europe and Asia during the immediate post-war period of 1946 - 1952.

WW2 experiences of an Australian soldier of Chinese decent

The story of the engaging Somalian owners of Melbourne's Dhodaan Caf̩.

History of migration of British orphans to south-west WA in the 1960s.

The sexual label has become a political tool which can either empower or dispossess its user. What about people the labels don't fit?

Italian builders and their community of family and friends, a community which helped build this country from its concrete foundations up.

Archival documentary on 20th century society.

Vietnamese brothers and the murder of their parents.

Emily, 4, is deaf, blind in one eye, and intellectually handicapped.

The grandson of a former Hungarian Prime Minister returns home.

The wildflower growers and marketers of Western Australia.

A Greek-Australian comes to terms with his ethnic identity.

In 1999 Jewish artist Bob Fischer visited Australia and wooed a number of Melbourne art dealers and artists into supporting a large-scale collaborative art project...What initially seemed humorous turned calamitious as frayed tensions erupted and…

Confusion and identity loss by third generation Chinese/Australians.

The Fitzroy River, in the Kimberley region of Australia's north west, is a location of contending readings of 'landscape' and 'country', promising radically divergent futures for Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians as developers seek to dam the…

A social worker who practices traditional Swazi rituals in Albany.

An examination of Melbourne's real estate agents and auctions.

A series of 7x1/2hr dramas set in Bondi apartment block and celebrating multicultural life and cooking.

Three Japanese families settle on the Gold Coast.

The secrecy and shame of adoption in the 60s.

Lola, a hot-blooded Spaniard, is deserted by her husband for a cool and calculating Aussie blonde. Lola is pregnant again but she and their daughter Lucia are left to starve while Ricardo spends all their savings on a sleek new set of wheels for his…

Upholding Islamic traditions in Australia. Ep.8.Turks

A Bangladeshi photographer and his sons relationship. Ep.10.Bangladeshis.

A filmmaker haunted by his grandfather's fascist past. Ep.11.Italians

The producer's parents and their trans-national relaitonship. Ep.13.Greeks

A tale about a family living in outback Australia who are saved from a drought by a magical bead-necklace which turns into a billabong.

Australia's top animators

Performer and writer Leah Purcell talks with five dynamic Indigenous women - Rosanna Angus, Kathryn Hay, Deborah Mailman, Cilla Malone and Tammy Williams - about what it means to be Aboriginal in Australia today.

The story of Australian impressionist painter, John Russell

Life in Western Australian wheat belt

Indonesian fishermen detained in Broome prison

Witnesses two powerful performance artists, Ningali Lawford and James Luna, using humour & drama to confront the prejudices about indigenous people in Australia and the USA. This is their four day encounter over a satellite video link spanning the…

Welcome to the Waks Family is a portrait of the largest natural family in Australia. The parents

The massacre at Mowla Bluff in the KimberlysWhispering in Our Hearts is a documentary film about a Western Australian Aboriginal community

The basket waeving ladies of Munarangk

The story of the pursuit of gold in the Timbarra plateau

A remarkable documentary about 47 year old Iranian woman who flees to Australia with her children only to end up falling in love with a 77 year old digger.

Gough Whitlam reflects on his life and political times

A lawyers battle to find homes for Vietnamese boat people.

Jane Elliott's workshop against racism

Caring for the survivors of the Holocaust

Photography on the Mean Streets of Sydney by Darren Moyle

Detainees at Woomera's detention centre tell their stories.

The Story of Annette Kellerman swimmer and actress.

An archaeological who-dun-it set in the remote and beautiful Kimberly region of WA

The fight to save the Great Barrier Reef

The life and work of Chinese painter (in exile in Australia), Nancy King (Ming Yu)

The history of Indigenous Australia from pre-history to the present day.

Australia's domestic past captured in home movies, old home movies recut for interstitials for television
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