'Tis now about two years and three months since we first arrived at this distant country; all this while we have been as it were buried alive ... our hopes are now almost vanished.'
Sequel to 'The Fall of Singapore'. The horrific story of the Australian prisoners of war who were forced by the Japanese to work on the notorious Burma railway during WWII.
Two years ago Melbourne ophthalmologist Harry Lew began a mission to revive a story that began in a Polish town almost 70 years ago: a true story so terrible that when published in 1948 few could b
The role of churches and missions in removing Indigenous children from their families.
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.
CONTACT is constructed around one of the most extraordinary filmed and photographed moments in Australian history: the day in 1964 when a group of 20 Martu women and children walk out from the noma
A dramatised reconstruction of the tragic 1912 expedition of Professor Sir Douglas Mawson to Antarctica.
The Aboriginal people have developed a vital and imaginative religious culture centred around myths, comprising legends of the ten ways life began and how their society, laws and customs were estab
An inside look at some of Australia's most powerful families, which reveal the story of some of Australia's great dynasties, the ways they have shaped our society, their private motivations and the
As with any portrait, the first thing an artist must do is find the soul of the subject.
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.
The Manifolds is the classic tale of a family that had the good fortune of being in the right place at the right time.... and what's befallen them since.
The Fibros and the Silvertails is the story of the feud between two football teams that turned into a war about class and alleged corruption.
A cultural anthology which explores from a personal and subjective point of view the journey of immigrants to Australia since World War II.
Four Corners talks to the Chief Justice, Sir Anthony Mason on a range of issues.
Looks at how the white criminal justice system seeks to involve Aboriginal tribal law in the punishment of serious crime.
Four Corners revisits Box Ridge, the sight of the first Four Corners location shoot 32 years ago, to see if the living and working conditions of the local Aborigines have changed any.
The High Court judgement known as the WIK case turned traditional concepts of land ownership on their head by stating that Native Title could co-exist with pastoral leases.
Frontier is considered television's first comprehensive account of Australia's hundred and fifty year land war.
Australians are eating themselves out of house and home, destroying and squandering precious resources to a point where our lifestyles and our very survival are at stake - and it is a pattern that