Australia's forgotten maritime mutiny -The Koolama Incident. The story of the only Australian ship to be bombed and sunk by Japanese planes in Western Australian waters during World War II.
These are the love letters of John and Josie Johnson, a typical Australian family who with their eight children struggled to survive until John went to war to earn enough to feed them.
The Anzac Day Lone Pine Service from past years may be ordered on DVD as 'a lasting memento'.
Lloyd Rees, one of Australia's foremost painters, mounted a major exhibition called "A Tribute to Sydney".
The true story of one of Australia's greatest sporting heroes. A story of intrigue, drama and eventual tragedy.
Writer, historian and art critic Robert Hughes presents a survey of Australian art from the time of the First Fleet to the present day, based on the social background of the times and the overseas
The Anzac Day Galliopli Dawn Service from past years may be ordered on DVD as 'a lasting memento'.
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
On February 10th, 1964, the HMAS Voyager bungled a routine exercise and passed under the bows of the aircraft carrier HMAS Melbourne.
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.