Glossary

  • Gallipoli Pilgrimage

    What began as a small, quiet ceremony to honour ANZACS who fought and died at Gallipoli has turned into a blockbuster event. More than 18,000 people crowded the narrow strip of land just north of...

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  • Guitar Age, The

    Described as a master technician, Ike Isaacs was the dominant guitarist in English jazz until the mid-1970s. He played with all the greats, including a 2 year world tour with Stephane Grapelli, and...

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  • Graeme Murphy's Swan Lake

    In master storyteller Graeme Murphy's hands, the world's favourite ballet becomes a witty, dramatic and ultimately devastating story of love and betrayal.

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  • Gardening Australia

    Gardening Australia was the first in the trend of "infotainment" programs, with the emphasis always on information. The program is 80% practical and 20% pretty - with our expert gardeners coming out...

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  • Gallipoli Dawn Service

    Each year Australians and New Zealanders make the pilgrimage to Anzac Cove, Gallipoli to pay tribute to the troops who landed on the beach in 1915. First broadcast in 2005, a DVD memento of the...

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  • Gallipoli Submarine

    The incredible true story of an Australian World War 1 submarine, lost in the Dardanelles for nearly 100 years, is told with dramatic re-enactment accompanied by modern day footage of a daring rescue...

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  • Gascoigne Country

    An inspirational story about the life and work of the renowned visual artist, Rosalie Gascoigne, who died in 1999. It's a story of a woman who came to art late in life, after all the business of...

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  • Ghosts of My Lai, The

    The massacre of hundreds of civilians at My Lai was a turning point in the Vietnam War. When photos of the killings were published, they reshaped public perceptions, creating an unstoppable momentum...

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  • Girl in a Mirror - A Portrait of Carol Jerrems

    The photographs of Carol Jerrems embody the seventies in Australia, a decade defined by its challenges to convention, morality and social order. At a precociously young age Carol fixed upon her...

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  • Girls' Own War Stories

    Girls' Own War Stories are the intimate recollections of ten young women and how the Second World War changed their lives forever.

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  • Great Moments in Science (Dr Karl Kruszelnicki)

    Celebrate the strange and wonderful place that is our universe with Australia's most popular Science Communicator Dr Karl Kruszelnicki. As Dr Karl explores some of the Great Moments in Science, he...

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  • George Negus Tonight Health Special - Depression

    How real or imagined is this thing we've taken to calling depression? Joined by Olympic swimmer, John Konrads, Ingrid Ozols, Dr Nick Carr, Paul Hickson, Mental Illness Education Australia, George...

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  • George Negus Tonight Health Special - Fitness

    In this program we look at the whole fitness thing - how to get it, and once you've got it, how to keep it. The stats will tell you that every year in this country, around 10,000 Australians die...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Wild Horses Wild Kids

    Under the guidance of Father Chris Riley, former street kids get the opportunity to learn how to tame wild brumbies using techniques taught to them by renowned horse handler Greg Powell in the...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Amanda Vanstone

    Since winning a South Australian Senate seat back in 1984, her less-than-shrinking-violet personality and style have certainly added plenty of colour to the often dowdy and grey landscape of...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Angela Punch McGregor

    She was an actor swept up in the first wave of the '70s film renaissance in this country. She starred in classic Australian movies like We of the Never Never and The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith. She...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Carl Wood

    Tens of thousands of Australian parents regard Professor Carl Wood as a miracle worker. But he's also been tagged with the double-edged epithet, 'the godfather of IVF' - the process where female eggs...

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  • George Negus Tonight - David Williamson

    Many would argue that few have contributed more to our thinking about ourselves than David Williamson. Back in his early days, the social satire of his plays struck a resounding chord with his...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Gary Morgan

    Gary Morgan's family have been polling Australian's thoughts and opinions since the early '40s when his father Roy conducted a survey to assess the readership of Rupert's dad Sir Keith Murdoch's...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Professor Graeme Clark

    For quite a few years now, we have probably been referring to it as the 'bionic ear'. But to its creator, Professor Graeme Clark, it's the 'multiple-electrode cochlear implant'. This thing, an...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Ian Kiernan

    Solo round-the-world yachtsman, builder, businessman, unstoppable environmentalist and generally all-round good bloke - someone had the temerity to call him 'Captain Yucky-Poo of the High Seas' - Mr...

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  • George Negus Tonight - John Bertrand

    When John Bertrand skippered 'Australia II' across the finish line in the '83 America's Cup at Newport, Rhode Island, he and his deck-shoed crew broke what was the longest-running record in sporting...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Lindsay Fox

    An unusually authentic, local rags-to-riches story. From his early days kicking makeshift footies around the backstreets of working-class Melbourne, Lindsay Fox has become one of the wealthiest men...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Malcolm Fraser

    This is one man, many Australians still blame for one of the most divisive episodes in this country's political history - the dismissal of the Whitlam Labor government on November 11, back in 1975....

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  • George Negus Tonight - Margaret Fulton

    Margaret Fulton started out as a secretary at the Australian Gas Light Company but quickly moved on to become a cooking demonstrator. And this lit the flame, as it were, to what was to become a...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Marilyn Rowe

    After her celebrated career with the Australian Ballet, which she joined at only seventeen, Marilyn Rowe OBE has come the full circle. Today she's the director of the internationally hailed...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Michael Leunig

    The program begins with a look at some of the career highlights of one of this country's most influential newspaper cartoonists. Michael's first work appeared back in the early '70s, in the pages of...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Mirka Mora

    Mirka Mora has been a part of the local scene for more than 50 years. A survivor of the Holocaust, Mirka wanted to live somewhere, she says, where war was unlikely. And so in 1951, she uprooted her...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Noelene Brown

    Back in the '60s, '70s and '80s, Noeline Brown was a real glamour girl - the darling of Australian television audiences as a result of her unique comic talent in series like 'The Naked Vicar', 'Mavis...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Pro Hart

    We travel way out back to Broken Hill, an unlikely location for a town with a reputation as a prolific producer of authentic Australian art. And no-one has contributed more to Broken Hill's almost...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Professor Suzanne Cory

    Professor Cory is up there with the best in the world in her profession - molecular biomedical research. Some people may wonder "What is molecular biomedical research?" Not a bad question. Basically...

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  • Greek Mythology

    Greek Mythology is an animated DVD for children, telling the classic Myths of the Gods the Goddesses, the Heroes and the creatures. Ep 1 - Nature Myths The Myth of Persephone, in which Hades, the god...

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  • George Negus Tonight Health Special - Osteoarthritis

    Almost half of the 3 million Australians who suffer the pain of arthritis actually have osteoarthritis. It's a disease that damages the cartilage essential in cushioning the bone-on-bone impact...

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  • George Negus Tonight - Parenting Special

    We take a look at parenting - a topic that, of late, has actually found its way onto the national political agenda. Not before time, some would say. Does parenting come naturally or is it a skill...

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  • Goannas and Rubbish Frogs

    Cane toads, originally from South America, have hopped steadily into the rich habitats of Arnhem Land and Kakadu National Park. They are extremely poisonous and kill almost anything that attempts to...

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  • God or Politics - Tom Keneally

    This film follows internationally acclaimed author Tom Keneally as he re-traces the journey he made when he researched the novel Towards Asmara in 1988.

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