In a millisecond, on July 16, 1945, the evolution of the human species took a remarkable turn.
Part 1: A Deadly Dose
In September 1996 a research team consisting of archaeologist Richard Fullagar, dating expert David Price and geographer Lesley Head, claimed they had good evidence that Aborigines had been living
Since medieval times, we've depended upon bridges and tunnels to get us over and under the landscape. But technological advances have revolutionised the way they're designed and built.
Contrary to popular belief, Aboriginal people lived in semi-permanent shelters before white settlement.
In the closing days of 1964, Prime Minister Robert Menzies introduced a bill in Parliament which would prove to be one of the most controversial and divisive decisions in Australia's history.
Florence Violet McKenzie was born in the years which gave rise to the first wave of feminism, apt timing for a woman who, during her long life, distinguished herself in technical fields and opened
Nurses and doctors recall the Spanish influenza epidemic which swept Australia in 1919. At least twenty million people died of the flu around the world, including twelve thousand Australians.
We follow Dr Christopher Anderson, anthropologist and Director of the South Australian Museum, as he journeys north to plan the return of Aboriginal secrets/sacred objects to their original communi
Secrets of St Marys is a scientific detective story that follows a team of student archaeologists as they set out to discover what life was like for the first settlers of South Australia.
It changed the course of World War II - and the whole 20th Century. But until now, the true story of the Battle of Stalingrad has remained shrouded in mystery.
Serialised drama set in Sydney during the 1890s.
The Shipwreck Detectives, a dedicated group of Australian marine archaeologists, have made it their life's work to uncover the truth, through discovery and excavation of some of Australia's most no
The Shipwreck Detectives discover ancient shipwrecks using the latest technology.
"....Many of the stories that have emerged from this part of the world about the church and its missions over the past years have been shocking tales of abuse, exploitation and brutality.
Presented by John Clarke. For the first time here is a documentary that looks at how and why we speak the way we do.
The Stamp of Australia is a snapshot of 200 years of Australia's history viewed through the prism of the Post Office and the remarkable letters it delivered.
The State Funeral for Alec Campbell the last Gallipoli Veteran, from the Cathedral Church of Saint David Hobart, Tasmania, held on Friday 24 May 2002.
When 'The Ghan' arrived in Darwin on the afternoon of Tuesday February 3 2004, it was a moment of great significance for the people of the NT, and indeed all Australians.
During the Post-War era of the 1940s and 1950s in Darwin emerged the rich and culturally diverse music and dance scene of 'The Sunshine Club'.
Boxing is one sport that has produced some outstanding indigenous talent such as Lionel Rose, Tony Mundine and George Bracken.