Coverage from the Australian War Memorial of the celebrations held in honour of the Australian Army on the occasion of their hundred year anniversary in 2001
At Gallipoli the Turks shot at our diggers but today they walk side by side with Australian ex-servicemen men and women in Anzac marches around the country.
Dementia is a sleeping giant for aged Australians. In this program we focus on a specific group of elderly people - survivors of the Holocaust living in Australia.
This story of music, faith and heroism focuses on the Brunswick Salvation Army Band whose fate in World War II is one of the most tragic and little told episodes of Australia's wartime history.
Walking Wounded is a moving story about ageing WWII veterans who fought as very young men, only to spend the rest of their lives suffering the consequent trauma in silence.
For 62 years Philip Handel's stained glass windows have graced churches and cathedrals around Australia. Now he's completing the final stage of his last and most difficult commission yet.
Companion piece to `The Burma Railway' from the same production team, dealing with the prior event of the fall of Singapore to the Japanese in February 1942, during WWII.
From Iraq to Solomon Islands and Afghanistan to East Timor, Australia's Army is stretched tight.
To its backers, Woomera detention centre played a humane yet crucial role in housing the growing numbers of boat people landing on Australia's shores.
For more than 30 years Australia has rested its security on the seemingly ageless wings of its F-111 fighter fleet. But in aviation circles these days there are doubts and rumblings.
Talk to any major western leader and they will tell you Pakistan is a key ally in the war on terror.
The massacre of hundreds of civilians at My Lai was a turning point in the Vietnam War.
The sinking of HMAS Sydney was the worst single loss ever suffered by the Australian navy, and the wreck of the ship was recently recovered off the coast of Western Australia.
In a millisecond, on July 16, 1945, the evolution of the human species took a remarkable turn.
Part 1: A Deadly Dose
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.
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.
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.
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.
During night exercises in January 1964 the flagship of the RAN, the aircraft carrier Melbourne, collided with the destroyer Voyager 20 miles off Jervis Bay in NSW.