9 titles - sorted alphabetically or by year
Members of the victorious 1930 Australian cricket team talk about the Ashes winning tour.
Norman May’s dramatic swimming-race call at the 1980 Olympics which has remained close to the hearts of Australians.
‘Now I want to tell you a few things about flying …’
In his famous ‘Redfern Address’, Prime Minister Paul Keating articulates injustices suffered by Australia’s Indigenous peoples and how society can redress them.
My Country 1958
Dorothea Mackellar, aged about 73, reads her most famous poem, 'My Country’.
Sir Ernest Shackleton tells how the loss of a pony affected his attempt to reach the South Pole in 1908.
The Sailors 1927
A theatrical comedy routine by vaudeville performers Stiffy (Nat Phillips) and Mo (Roy Rene) recorded in 1927.
An historical overview of Australian military engagements in both war and peacekeeping told through music, sound effects and narration.
We Are Going 1986
Oodgeroo Noonuccal reads her haunting poem ‘We Are Going’ in 1986.