4 titles - sorted alphabetically or by year
The Blainey View – Footprints television program – 1982
Geoffrey Blainey, one of Australia’s foremost and most controversial historians, later coined the term 'black armband view of history’.
Catalyst – The Antarctic Peninsula television program – 2006
ABC science reporter Dr Paul Willis tells a little-known scientific story about fossils found in Antarctica that prove it was once a huge forest and that Antarctica was once joined to Australia and South America.
Catalyst – Wollemi Pine television program – 2005
The discovery of a tree from the Jurassic period in the Blue Mountains of NSW in 1994 was like finding a family of dinosaurs alive and well.
Dr Plonk feature film – 2007
One of a tiny number of silent movies made since ‘the talkies’ arrived in the late 1920s, Rolf de Heer’s Dr Plonk is a high-spirited throwback to the days of pure visual slapstick.