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Australian Biography: Max Lake
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Australian Biography: Max Lake

Dr Max Lake has achieved success in three distinctly different fields - as a surgeon, winegrower and author - although he is probably best known as one of the pioneers of the Australian wine boom. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at secondary and tertiary l...

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Australian Biography: May O'Brien
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Australian Biography: May O'Brien

Born into the traditional life of the Wongatha people of Western Australia and educated on the remote Mount Margaret Mission, Aboriginal author and educator May O'Brien has profoundly influenced Indigenous education. May became the first female Aboriginal teacher in Western Australia, fulfilling ...

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Australian Biography: Mungo Maccallum
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Australian Biography: Mungo Maccallum

Mungo MacCallum was a distinguished journalist, writer and broadcaster, known for his satirical wit. He followed his father into the newspaper business, and after serving in the war, wrote a column for the Sydney Sun newspaper. He then joined the ABC where he made a successful career writing radi...

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Australian Biography: Nancy Bird Walton
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Australian Biography: Nancy Bird Walton

In the early 1930s, aviation was opening up Australia and Nancy Bird began taking flying lessons at Charles Kingsford Smith's Flying School in Mascot. In 1934, she became the youngest commercially licensed female pilot in the British Commonwealth. The following year, she logged the fastest time b...

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Australian Biography: Neville Bonner
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Australian Biography: Neville Bonner

Neville Bonner was the first Aboriginal person in Federal Parliament, representing Queensland as a Liberal Party Senator from 1971 to 1983. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at secondary and tertiary levels. Curriculum links include Studies of Society and En...

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Australian Biography: Noel Tovey
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Australian Biography: Noel Tovey

Noel Tovey survived a childhood of poverty, neglect and sexual abuse to become a leading light in the arts as an actor, choreographer, writer and theatre director in England and Australia. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at secondary and tertiary levels. C...

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Australian Biography: Noeline Brown
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Australian Biography: Noeline Brown

Noeline Brown has had a long and successful career in radio, television and theatre and has twice stood as a Labor Party candidate for the NSW Senate. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at secondary and tertiary levels. Curriculum links include Drama, English...

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Australian Biography: Peter Sculthorpe
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Australian Biography: Peter Sculthorpe

Composer Peter Sculthorpe describes the way in which Australian history and landscapes.

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Australian Biography: Sir Zelman Cowen
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Australian Biography: Sir Zelman Cowen

Sir Zelman Cowen has made significant contributions to the academic world and civic life. From 1977 to 1982, he succeeded Sir John Kerr as Governor-General of Australia. In this interview, Sir Zelman reflects on his many achievements and some of the reasons behind them. This program will have i...

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Australian Biography: Ted Egan
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Australian Biography: Ted Egan

Ted Egan's career has ranged from working with remote Aboriginal communities to songwriter, historian, entertainer and the Northern Territory's top job of Administrator. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at secondary and tertiary levels. Curriculum links incl...

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Australian Biography: Thomas Keneally
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Australian Biography: Thomas Keneally

Thomas Keneally is one of Australia's most popular and prolific writers, having published more than 30 novels, dramas, screenplays and books of non-fiction. This program will have interest and relevance for teachers and students at middle to senior secondary and tertiary levels. Curriculum links...

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Australian Biography: Tom Bass
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Australian Biography: Tom Bass

Tom Bass is one of Australia's leading sculptors, having created many of the country's most significant public works. His commissions include pieces for the National Library, Canberra's Civic Square and numerous churches and universities. However, none of his sculptures are in art gallery collect...

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Australian Biography: Tom Uren
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Australian Biography: Tom Uren

Tom Uren is one of the most respected Labor politicians of his generation. His youthful plans for a career as a boxer were derailed by the outbreak of World War Two. His experiences as a P.O.W. slaving on the Burma-Thai Railway instilled in him a lifelong opposition to militarism and a belief in ...

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Australian Biography: Veronica Brady
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Australian Biography: Veronica Brady

Born in Melbourne in 1929, Veronica Brady became one of the first Australian nuns to teach in a university, broadcast on radio and in socio-political debate. She become an Associate Professor at the University of Western Australia in 1991 and has spoken out publicly against the Vatican stance on...

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Australian Biography: Zelda D'aprano
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Australian Biography: Zelda D'aprano

Zelda D'Aprano has spent much of her working life fighting for women's rights and equal pay. As an active unionist and member of the Communist Party, she often found herself at odds with her male comrades in the struggle to better women's working conditions. This program will have interest and r...

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Australian Encounters: Heroes, Villains and Ratbags
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Australian Encounters: Heroes, Villains and Ratbags

What happened when Bob Hawke locked horns with Frank Sinatra, when Lionel Rose sparred with Elvis, and when Enrico Caruso slipped a hot sausage into Nellie Melba's captive palm? In the great tradition of the Australian yarn, this informative, astringent and often astonishing animated history seri...

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Australian Rules
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Australian Rules

Australian Rules is a study of a fictional small town where racism does exist, and where members of the local population, both black and white, behave in dysfunctional ways. The film will be relevant to students of Cultural Studies, Indigenous Studies, Australian Studies, Studies of Society and ...

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Autoluminescent
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Autoluminescent

Autoluminescent is a documentary on the life and career of Australian musician Rowland S. Howard. From his involvement in the nascent punk scene of Melbourne in the late 1970s, the film charts the knotted development of Howard's distinctive poetic vision and innovative guitar sound. Howard's pers...

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Ayen's Cooking School For African Men
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Ayen's Cooking School For African Men

Ayen's Cooking School for African Men provides an insight into the difficulties of blending two vastly different cultures. The study guide to accompany Ayen's Cooking School for African Men, a documentary by Vida Films, has been written for secondary students. It provides information and suggest...

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Baby Boom To Bust
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Baby Boom To Bust

The world is on the brink of an extraordinary turning point: for the first time in the history of our planet, old people will soon outnumber the young. in affluent western countries the birth rate has slumped and it seems as if all of humanity is ageing. the two-part series Baby Boom To Bust expl...

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Balibo
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Balibo

Balibo is a powerful fictionalised version of the true story of the murder of five Australian-based journalists in Balibo, East Timor, in 1975 during the invasion by Indonesia, and the death of a sixth journalist, Roger East, who discovered the truth about the killings. Balibo could be a useful r...

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Ballroom Babies
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Ballroom Babies

Every year the best junior ballroom dancers in the country compete in the Australian Dancesport Championships. Only the tough will survive. Some children will lose, others triumph. Ballroom Babies is an observational documentary by iKandy Films about the highly competitive world of junior ballroo...

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Bastardy
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Bastardy

Provocative, funny and profoundly moving, Bastardy is the inspirational story of a self- proclaimed Robin Hood of the streets. For forty years and with infectious humour and optimism, Jack Charles has juggled a life of crime with another successful career - acting. Bastardy would be enjoyed by ...

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Battle Of The Brains
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Battle Of The Brains

Battle of the Brains is a four-part documentary series following the journey of a group of Australian science students, as they prepare to compete at the International Science Olympiads. The series has relevance to secondary school students studying science, media studies, personal and social de...

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Beaconsfield
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Beaconsfield

On Anzac Day 2006, Todd Russell and Brant Webb, along with fellow miner Larry Knight, were trapped deep inside the Beaconsfield gold mine in Tasmania. Todd and Brant were enclosed nearly 1000 metres underground, caged in a space so small they could neither sit up straight nor fully lie down. It w...

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Becoming Superhuman
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Becoming Superhuman

In this 2 part series, biomedical engineer, Dr Jordan Nguyen tries to make a boy's wildest dreams come true with cutting edge technology. He's promised 13 year old Riley Saban he will invent a device to help Riley achieve the impossible... and even have a superpower. Will Riley be able to train h...

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Beneath Black Skies
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Beneath Black Skies

In 1887 coal miners at the Old Bulli Colliery in Illawarra, New South Wales went on strike, demanding better conditions and pay increases. During the strike company officials tried to bring in an outside workforce to replace the striking miners. It was the women who stopped this so-called 'scab'...

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Beneath Clouds
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Beneath Clouds

Beneath Clouds takes us on a journey with two young indigenous Australians, Lena and Vaughn, as each tries to escape their past, and head into a different future. Beneath Clouds will have relevance to students of Cultural Studies, Indigenous Studies, Australian Studies, Studies of Society and En...

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Beneath Hill 60
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Beneath Hill 60

Beneath Hill 60 is an Australian feature film set underneath the trenches of World War One. This never-before-told Australian story takes place during 1916 and 1917, when Queensland miner Captain Oliver Woodward - under-trained and never having faced hostile fire before - finds himself on the Wes...

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Bespoke
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Bespoke

Bespoke is a thought provoking look at the return and rise of the handmade, the locally produced, the small scale and the artisanal. Writer and presenter Marcus Westbury takes us on a journey from the lovingly crafted to cutting edge technology - from artisanal jewellers and wood-turners to craft...

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