In this revealing series, author, journalist, TV presenter and human rights advocate, Tara Moss...
February 15, 2017 marks the 75th anniversary of the fall of Singapore in World War II.
You Can't Ask That Series 1 and 2 has won...
Australia is home to the world's oldest continuous culture. A culture whose sacred sites are...
Over 130,000 Australian horses served in the Great War. In the desert sands of the Middle East,...
You Can't Ask That Series 1 and 2 has won the Prestigious 2017 Rose d'Or Award in Berlin.
Celebrating the ever-changing nature of our relationship with the Earth's amazing water systems, Rivers and Life reveals how the cultues and lives of millions of ordinary
Conviction delves deep into the world of the homicide detective - the recognised elite of any police force. Their job involves not only establishing the facts of a murder
REVOLUTION SCHOOL is a four-part documentary series which investigates how to improve secondary education in Australia.
August 18 2016 marked the 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Long Tan on Vietnam Veterans’ Day. To commemorate Australia’s involvement in the Vietnam War, a National Service was he
You Can't Ask That is about breaking down stereotypes and offering genuine insight into the lives of people who live with labels.
Long Tan: the True Story uses outstanding original research with D Company veterans and former VC commanders, backed by in-depth analysis from the Official War Historian f
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The definitive account of the war in Afghanistan from a uniquely Australian perspective. The series explores the successes and failures of the war and how the war on Terror has changed our lives.
From a score of international locations Sam Neill confronts the enduring power of the Anzac myth.
Over 130,000 Australian horses served in the Great War. In the desert sands of the Middle East, they ultimately carried their men to victory at Damascus. But they did not return home.
Gallipoli from Above: The Untold Story is the true story of how a team of Australian officers used aerial intelligence, emerging technology and innovative tactics to plan the landing at Anzac Cove.