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Australia: The Time Traveller's Guide - The First Steps, Ep 2 of 4
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Australia: The Time Traveller's Guide - The First Steps, Ep 2 of 4

In this, the second program in the four part series telling the story of our evolving Earth through a geologist visiting important geological sites of Australia, we experience great waves of biological invasion. The oceans, replete from the explosion of life that began in the Cambrian, are now sp...

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Australia: The Time Traveller's Guide - The First Steps, Ep 2 of 4: Worksheets
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Australia: The Time Traveller's Guide - The First Steps, Ep 2 of 4: Worksheets

This activity asks you to create a timeline of events using as the source of information events described in Episode 2 of Australia: The Time Traveller's Guide.

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Australia: The Time Traveller's Guide - The Wild Years, Ep 3 of 4
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Australia: The Time Traveller's Guide - The Wild Years, Ep 3 of 4

In this, the third program in the four part series telling the story of our evolving earth through a geologist visiting important geological sites of Australia, after navigating the perils at the end of the Permian, our journey spends tonight in the Mesozoic just in time for the Age of Dinosaurs,...

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Australia: The Time Traveller's Guide - The Wild Years, Ep 3 of 4: Worksheets
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Australia: The Time Traveller's Guide - The Wild Years, Ep 3 of 4: Worksheets

This activity asks you to place on the three periods of the time of the Mesozoic Era major events in Australia's distant past using as the source of information from Episode 3 of Australia: The Time Traveller's Guide.

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Australian Biography Series : Dame Rachel Cleland
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Australian Biography Series : Dame Rachel Cleland

Liberal Party matriarch and conservationist Dame Rachel Cleland reflects on the many changes she has seen in our national life.

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Australian Biography Series:  Barbara Holborow
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Australian Biography Series: Barbara Holborow

Barbara Holborow served for 12 years as a magistrate in the children's court, where her compassion and outspokenness were legendary.

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Australian Biography Series: Bill Harney
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Australian Biography Series: Bill Harney

Bill Harney is a successful businessman and respected Aboriginal elder who has made his way in both the white and black communities.

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Australian Biography Series: Diane Cilento
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Australian Biography Series: Diane Cilento

Actress Diane Cilento talks candidly about the journey she has taken from international stardom to spiritual fulfilment.

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Australian Biography Series: Inga Clendinnen
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Australian Biography Series: Inga Clendinnen

Inga Clendinnen is a renowned writer and historian whose work on Aztec and Mayan culture and the Holocaust has been praised around the world.

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Australian Biography Series: Jack Mundey
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Australian Biography Series: Jack Mundey

Jack Mundey helped shape the development of Australia's cities through his trade union's famous Ôgreen bans' in the 1970s.

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Australian Biography Series: Ray Whitrod
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Australian Biography Series: Ray Whitrod

Ray Whitrod came to national prominence when he resigned as Queensland's Commissioner of Police as a protest against corruption.

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Australian Biography:  Joan Winch
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Australian Biography: Joan Winch

Nurse, midwife, academic, educator...Joan Winch has overcome numerous professional and personal hurdles to make an extraordinary contribution to Aboriginal health. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at middle to senior secondary and tertiary levels. Curriculum...

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Australian Biography: Anne Deveson
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Australian Biography: Anne Deveson

Writer, broadcaster and filmmaker Anne Deveson has been on the leading edge of social change throughout her varied career. Through her ground-breaking television and radio documentaries, books and articles, and her membership of numerous boards and organisations, she has illuminated social issues...

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Australian Biography: Bernard Smith
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Australian Biography: Bernard Smith

This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at middle to senior secondary and tertiary levels. It is particularly suitable and valuable for courses in Art, English, History, Media Studies, Psychology, Personal Development and Religious Studies.

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Australian Biography: Betty Churcher
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Australian Biography: Betty Churcher

This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at middle to senior secondary and tertiary levels. Curriculum links include Art, Curatorial Studies, English, SOSE/HSIE, Education, Women's Studies and Personal Development.

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Australian Biography: Bill Mollison
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Australian Biography: Bill Mollison

Born in Tasmania in 1928, Bill Mollison has been vitally concerned about the environment for over 30 years, as a scientist, naturalist, teacher and campaigner. He is the founder of permaculture, an innovative and extraordinarily influential strategy for environmental design. This program will ha...

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Australian Biography: Charles 'Bud' Tingwell
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Australian Biography: Charles 'Bud' Tingwell

A profile of one of Australia's best loved actors. His career began in radio but soon moved to the movies, scoring a role in Hollywood by age 30. 16 years in London television made him one of Britain's most famous faces. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students a...

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Australian Biography: Charles Birch
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Australian Biography: Charles Birch

Charles Birch has never shied away from tackling the big questions. As one of the world's leading geneticists, he has had a hand in discoveries that have revolutionised our thinking. At the same time, he has applied his ever-questing intellect to one of the oldest questions of all - the search fo...

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Australian Biography: Charles Perkins
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Australian Biography: Charles Perkins

The first Aboriginal Australian to graduate from university, Charles Perkins was also one of the most controversial of Indigenous leaders. As a pioneering Aboriginal spokesman and bureaucrat, his determined and occasionally combative stance and his energetic entrepreneurial and reformist activiti...

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Australian Biography: Dame Beryl Beaurepaire
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Australian Biography: Dame Beryl Beaurepaire

Born in 1923, women's activist Dame Beryl Beaurepaire is a pioneering Australian feminist. After serving in the Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force during World War II, she married Ian Beaurepaire of the Olympic Tyre dynasty and became Melbourne's Lady Mayoress. At a time when few women were i...

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Australian Biography: Dame Roma Mitchell
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Australian Biography: Dame Roma Mitchell

Dame Roma Mitchell, former Governor of South Australia, was the first Australian woman to be admitted as a Queen's Council and the first woman judge in a State Supreme Court. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at secondary and tertiary levels. Curriculum link...

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Australian Biography: David Williamson
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Australian Biography: David Williamson

Born in 1942, writer David Williamson studied mechanical engineering, then lectured in thermodynamics and studied social psychology before discarding academic life. After his early successes in Melbourne, he moved to Sydney and rose to prominence in the 1970s, becoming Australia's most successful...

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Australian Biography: Don Burrows
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Australian Biography: Don Burrows

Born in 1928, jazz and swing musician Don Burrows is a household name in Australia. A composer and arranger, he's one of the world's finest interpreters of the jazz tradition and highly respected internationally, where he's toured to great acclaim since 1960. This program will have interest and ...

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Australian Biography: Donald Horne
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Australian Biography: Donald Horne

Donald Horne was well known as an editor, author and academic. He wrote 24 books including an autobiographical trilogy, three novels and social criticism including The Lucky Country and God is an Englishman. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at middle to sen...

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Australian Biography: Donald Metcalf
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Australian Biography: Donald Metcalf

Professor Donald Metcalf is internationally renowned for his pioneering medical research on the control of blood cell formation. This fundamental research has been used in the treatment of millions of cancer patients around the world. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and...

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Australian Biography: Eva Burrows
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Australian Biography: Eva Burrows

In religious circles the ordination of women remains a burning issue. On the world stage women have been excluded from leadership roles in the Christian church. Eva Burrows is an outstanding exception. From humble beginnings, this unusually capable and wise human being went on to become world lea...

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Australian Biography: Jack Hazlitt
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Australian Biography: Jack Hazlitt

Jack Hazlitt could be described as a 'survivor's survivor'. When war broke out in 1914, Jack lied about his age and enlisted in the Australian Infantry Forces. He was looking forward to a life of adventure and overseas travel. In July 1915 Jack arrived at Gallipoli where he became a 'runner', ju...

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Australian Biography: Joan Kirner
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Australian Biography: Joan Kirner

The first woman Premier of Victoria, Joan Kirner is a passionate believer in community action. Born into a working class family who felt that a good education was the basis for building a future, she graduated from Melbourne University in 1958 and began working as a teacher. She married in 1960 a...

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Australian Biography: June Dally-Watkins
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Australian Biography: June Dally-Watkins

Entrepreneur and deportment educator June Dally-Watkins is one of Australia's best known models. Born in 1927, June grew up on a remote property at Watsons Creek, near Tamworth. Her mother was a single parent, a great stigma at the time and June kept the story of her birth a secret until late in ...

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Australian Biography: Marjorie Jackson
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Australian Biography: Marjorie Jackson

This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at middle to senior secondary and tertiary levels. It would have particular value as a resource for a wide range of curriculum areas including English, Media Studies, Physical Education, Health and Personal Development, Histo...

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