Dr Tracy Borman heads to Chicago to discover how Al Capone rose to infamy, from club bouncer to the most notorious gangster in history. She uncovers the two sides to his personality, the man who ordered deaths on a whim, and the man who doted on his family. And reveals how his carefully curated public image gave birth to a legend.
Agriculture, manufacturing, and a growing population supplemented by immigration transform Australia into a prosperous nation over the course of a century. There are growing pains and challenges, including war and a Depression, but there is also the birth of iconic brands such as Myer, Bushells, and Vegemite.
During the Great Depression in Australia, women often became the main breadwinner of the family as they took up low paying, traditionally 'female' jobs such as domestic servants. However, in some cases women found in employment in 'mens' jobs as employers were able to pay less than the male wage, usually 50% less.
For years the Sydney Jewish Museum has shared the stories of holocaust survivors. Now the museum is using cutting edge technology to preserve their stories and artefacts by recording them and using them in 3D interactive displays.
Do you know the story of the original Santa Claus? Thousands of years ago there was a man who inspired the Santa Claus we know today who brings presents to children all around the world every Christmas.
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