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An aboriginal couple broke tribal law and ran away together. Another man was sent to kill them but they escaped into the dessert. Half a century later the would-be executioner leads an expedition into remote WA to find out if they are still alive…

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

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.

Brett Sprague is a violent and psychopathic man, who is released on parole after serving a sentence for assault. As he returns to his family house and we watch him and his brothers, Stevie and Glenn, for the next 24 hours, it becomes clear this day…

Compelling oral history of migrants. Narrator: Mary Kostakidis

A co-production on the history of the Irish Diaspora.

The secrecy and shame of adoption in the 60s.

Dramatised film based on the slide show written by William Yang.

A satirical animated history of the 20th century.

The mystery and intrigues of international dinosaur bone dealing (AR02-03)

Tracing the footsteps of Jesus from Bethlahem to Calvary.

The purchase of Jackson Pollack's 'Blue Poles'

The history of the Foundation for Aboriginal Affairs.

History and politics in Sri Lanka.

The story of Australian impressionist painter, John Russell

A woman's class action against the catholic church (AR00-01); Cath yeomans, 84, is among a group of people confronting the Catholic nuns who abused them as children (AR04-05).

Vietnam's conservatorium of music during the war (00/01 report); While the battle raged, the orchestra played on(03/04 report)

From jail to tourist attraction.

The story of the pursuit of gold in the Timbarra plateau

Holocaust survivors on an epic journey

The extraordinary human history of a meal

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The Story of Annette Kellerman swimmer and actress.

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

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

The complexity of the Afghan refugee experience

in development - set in Melbourne in 1972


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

The Safe House is a half-hour animation based on a true story - a young girl's innocent perspective of one of the most talked about moments in Australia

Did fallout from nuclear testing contaminate Australia's milk supply?

The story of the Japanese midget submarine attack on Sydney Harbour in 1942

You've got to fight for the right to party! In 1994, the Victorian police raided a gay nightclub call The Tasty and strip-searched 463 patrons. This is their story.

The story of the discovery of Lithium, a drug that changed psychiatry and people's lives forever.

A history series based on the original letters and diaries of convicts transported to Australia.

Life at a radical Brisbane radio station during the time of Premier, Joh Bjelke Petersen

Poetic feature film about the origin and creation of the Sydney Opera House.

True stories from the forgotten war

Provides insight into the politics of poverty in twenty-first century Argentina. In the most affluent area in Buenos Aires, Raul Castells, an admirer of Che Guevara and a man driven to change his world, opens a community kitchen to feed the city's…

A gay history of Australia

The truth behind the public image of a former Australian Prime Minister

The largest single study into Australian sex habits ever undertaken by an LaTrobe university. Ep Titles: 1. From Grandma to the Pill, 2. The New Order

An epic Indigenous tale of love set in the 19th century at the moment the Yolngu people's world changed forever

How the 'White Australia' policy affected U.S. Troops based in Australia during World War II

The forced removal and adoption of children from unmarried mothers

How Italian immigrants and an American president built Australia's richest goldmine

Scores of Japanese civilians were abducted by North Korean spies and held for decades

The social history of the Jacaranda festival through the eyes of the Jacaranda Queens

Australian scientist Howard Florey, and the team who created the miracle cure, penicillan

If today's flu doesn't get us, history tells us that another one will

How a Danish sex education manual changed morals and shook governments
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