This program is about a woman who transfixed a nation with her story of courage and humanity.
Gold Logie winner and star of 'Sea Patrol' Lisa McCune introduces this Australian Story on two unsung Australian naval heroes.
The Anzac Day Dawn Service broadcast from the Australian National Memorial, Villers-Bretonneux.
Ten Pound Poms follows the journeys of nine Britons who took the gamble of migrating to Australia in the post-war years.
On the outskirts of Harbin, China, lies an abandoned, desolate building. It’s here that the infamous Epidemic Prevention and Water Purification Corp, otherwise known as Unit 731, was based.
When the Japanese bombed Darwin in 1942, 95 Aboriginal children from the Stolen Generation, along with their missionary carers, were trapped on Croker Island, 200 kilometres off the Northern Territ
Peter Thompson talks to Anh Do about the highs and lows of his journey from refugee to one of Australia's best-loved and most successful comedians.
A Four Corners team investigates both the merits and the risks of the "kill-capture" campaign.
From sex tapes to Aussies in Syria and so much more, Head First is a series about everyday Australians living extraordinary lives in hidden worlds.
To celebrate a proud history of over 100 years of service, the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) commemorated the anniversary of the 1913 arrival in Sydney Harbour of their original seven warships.
Fred Smith has been described as 'Australia's secret weapon' in international diplomacy. As a career diplomat, he's represented Australia in Bougainville and more recently in Afghanistan.
This Anzac special tells the stories of Australian women from different eras all widowed by war.
Australians at War is an eight-hour television series that examines the effects of war on the lives of Australians and how this nation has been shaped by those experiences.
The Israeli army is both respected and feared as a fighting force.
Australian troops deployed in Afghanistan have now returned home but many have brought back with them the heavy psychological baggage of military conflict.
Dead Drunk: Lights Out in the Cross?
On June 6, 1944 thousands of Allied servicemen landed on the shores of northern France, with a mission to free Western Europe from Nazi tyranny.
Don't miss the ABC broadcast - order your copy now! 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the departure of the first Australian and New Zealand troops to serve in WW1.