Follow 10 characters, including Dacre Smyth, a 21-year-old Australian Gunnery Control Officer, through the dramatic 10-day countdown to D-Day and the beginning of the end of World War II.
100 Years: The Australian Story traces the big themes in twentieth-century political history, from 1901 to 2001.The intriguing tale of the Australian nation: an epic saga of power and politics.
Geoffrey Robertson presents a unique story of real Australian heroes.
30 Years after the dismissal of the Whitlam government by Sir John Kerr, The 7.30 Report reflects on the dramatic events of November 11, 1975 and talks at length to the two central political player
Live coverage of Remembrance Day at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra in 1998, to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice at the end of World War I.
In February 2006 Australia's media was rocked by a headline, Skeleton Man Found In Housing Commission Flat. The man had died 6 months before, and all that remained was his skeleton.
2012 marks the 45 year anniversary of a crucial moment of national decision - the 1967 Referendum.
Every year, 46 million women worldwide choose to have a termination. It's a decision they will live with for the rest of their lives.
This observational five-part documentary follows the lives of students during their training at Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra.
This is an 'anatomy' of a jury trial, which gives us a behind-the-scenes perspective of defence counsel and defendant, and the prosecution, in their preparations for the case.
A fun series of 5 minute video episodes of Australians with innovative careers; it's about people who love their work, and how they got into it, often with twists and turns along the way!
This is an intimate portrait of a community building a future after the disaster of losing its past.
In the light of September 11 and the Bali bombing, Australia is reassessing its strategic and security focus.
A profile on Australian artist Brett Whiteley, centred on his work on Alchemy, one of his largest paintings.
While the Vietnam War raged, senior political leader Charles Tran Van Lam recorded his family's domestic life on his Super 8 camera.
What if you were highly intelligent, but remained trapped within a disorder that made others see you as inarticulate, odd or disabled?
This story is the result of a visit by Andrew Denton to Gallipoli in 2006 for ANZAC Day, 25 April.
This lecture is named in honour of Andrew Olle, the well-known ABC broadcaster who died of a brain tumour in 1995.
What does it feel like to lose your mind and can you get it back again?
This series looks at the big seven domestic animals, dog, cats, horses, pigs, cattle, sheep and goats.