Tony Robinson Down Under

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Tony Robinson Down Under: Still Stroppy Beggars
Still Stroppy Beggars
Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  SBS  |  September 27, 2018

In the final episode of Tony's exploration, he looks at the legacy of 222 years of British settlement. How did the country founded as a penal colony grow into a nation, and where are its loyalties today? Tony goes to the true birthplace of The Ashes, helps re-create the first powered flight by an Australian, goes on a legal fox hunt, takes a spin with invention buff James O'Loughlin in the first model ute, retraces The Dismissal with cartoonist Warren Brown, and interrogates former prime minister Kevin Rudd about his convict past.

In the final episode of Tony's exploration, he looks at the legacy of 222 years of British settlement. How did the country founded as a penal colony grow into a nation, and where are its loyalties today? Tony goes to the true birthplace of The Ashes, helps re-create the first powered flight by an Australian, goes on a legal fox hunt, takes a spin with invention buff James O'Loughlin in the first model ute, retraces The Dismissal with cartoonist Warren Brown, and interrogates former prime minister Kevin Rudd about his convict past.

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