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.
Commemorative Service & Headstone Dedication from Pheasant Wood Cemetery to mark 100 Years since the Battle of Fromelles, Australia's first major battle on the Western Front.
'All the Way with LBJ' was a slogan that came to haunt
Stan Savige fought at Gallipoli, then commanded the operation that saved 50,000 Assyrian refugee
A commemorative special from Canberra to mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle for Kokoda.
Head First returns for a second series and Sabour Bradley is back to take you on a wild ride into the outlandish lives of everyday Australians.
Portrait of Australian choreographer Meryl Tankard, formally artistic director of the Meryl Tankard Dance Theatre, which explores her early life and works.
Magazine-style program combining items of information and background to issues together with comedy segments and music performance using Aboriginal talent throughout.
'A day in the life of a Darling cafe' is the theme of Sydney Dance Company's CAFE written and choreographed by dancers Paul Mercurio and Kim Walker.
As their indigenous dance college, NAISDA, battles to survive a funding crisis, students Clarence and Rachel embark on journeys of cultural awakening as they strive to become professional dancers.
After her celebrated career with the Australian Ballet, which she joined at only seventeen, Marilyn Rowe OBE has come the full circle.