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Hidden Treasures with Betty Churcher: Series 2
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Hidden Treasures with Betty Churcher: Series 2

The National Library of Australia is the country's largest reference library with over nine million items in its collection, including a surprising number of art works. Yet visitors to the library glimpse only a fraction of the collection with many fragile items unable to be placed on permanent ...

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Honeybee Blues
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Honeybee Blues

Honeybee Blues tells the story of the world's disappearing honeybees and the efforts of Australian scientist Dr Denis Anderson to save them from annihilation. From the native bush and orchards of Australia to the industrial farmlands of the United States and the highlands of Papua New Guinea, Ho...

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How Kevin Bacon Cured Cancer
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How Kevin Bacon Cured Cancer

Kevin Bacon, Applied Mathematics and Cancer Research - not exactly the ideas tht you expect to find in the same sentence. We've all heard of 'six degrees of separation', the idea that everyone in the world can be connected in just a few steps. But what if those steps don't just relate to people b...

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How To Train Your Dragon
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How To Train Your Dragon

Follows the adventures of Hiccup, an inventive but accident-prone Viking teenager who lives on the Isle of Berk, where dragon fighting is part of everyday life. Hiccup wants to prove he's just as tough as the other Viking teenagers in his village and capable of hunting dragons. He is determined ...

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Hunt Angels
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Hunt Angels

The day struggling low-budget director Rupert Kathner met ex-barmaid Alma Brooks in 1939, they began a movie-making spree that took on the powerful cinema conglomerates, a police commissioner, the cultural cringe and a police posse all in their passionate pursuit to make the great Australian film...

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I Remember 1948
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I Remember 1948

I Remember 1948 is Australia's first documentary to be produced in both Arabic and English by Australians of Arab descent. In this film, four speakers give eye-witness accounts of the tumultuous days of what is known to Palestinians as "Al Nakba", or the catastrophe: May 15th, 1948. On this day,...

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I'll Call Australia Home
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I'll Call Australia Home

Refugee families from Burma and Sudan discover the joys and challenges of their new Australian home. While the horrors of war and the confinement of refugee camps are behind them, the new lives of these families are not without struggle as they negotiate the everyday realities of settling in a ne...

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I, Psychopath
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I, Psychopath

Psychopaths...they'll charm you, manipulate you, then ruin your life. But, not all of them with a gun or a knife. In this extraordinary documentary, suspected corporate psychopath Sam Vaknin goes in search of a diagnosis...was he born without a conscience? Unwittingly, the filmmaker becomes a tex...

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In A League Of Their Own
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In A League Of Their Own

In A League Of Their Own follows Australia's first all-black football team through their first season in the big league in 2007 and 2008. After more than thirty years of running their own competition in a remote island community off the coast of Darwin, the Tiwi Bombers set out to prove that thei...

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In The Company Of Actors
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In The Company Of Actors

In the Company of Actors is a documentary featuring an ensemble of Australia's finest actors, Cate Blanchett, Hugo Weaving, Anthony Weigh, Justine Clarke, Aden Young, Julie Hamilton and Annie Byron, as they prepare to perform the Sydney Theatre Company's production of Hedda Gabler at the prestigi...

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Indonesia: A Reporter's Journey
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Indonesia: A Reporter's Journey

A three part documentary series that traces the relationship between Indonesia and Australia since the Second World War. Journalist and radio broadcaster Mike Carlton, was a foreign correspondent for the ABC in Indonesia in the late 1960s and has maintained a keen interest in unfolding events th...

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Infamous Victory: Ben Chifley's Battle For Coal
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Infamous Victory: Ben Chifley's Battle For Coal

This is a story of coal, communism, and the Australian prime minister who went to war against his own during the national miners' strike of 1949. Using rare archival footage and re-creations based on meticulous research, the dramatised documentary takes viewers into the corridors of power to sho...

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Inspiring Teachers
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Inspiring Teachers

Teachers are the unsung heroes of our community. Many people can remember at least one teacher who inspired them during their formative years - someone who played a pivotal role in their lives. In a series of four half-hour programs we follow four teachers to explore what makes them insiring and...

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Island Home Country
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Island Home Country

'I am white, born on a stolen island. This is my story of a journey.' So begins Jeni Thornley's very personal exploration of Australian history, Island Home Country. The film is a searching examination of the ways in which traces of the past are always to be found in the present, and continue to ...

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Islands of Fire and Magic
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Islands of Fire and Magic

Islands of Fire and Magic is an adventure expedition by sea kayak through the remote islands of Papua New Guinea. Led by adventurer Larry Gray, the kayakers journey through the arc of fire where there are over 150 active volcanoes, and seas swarming with dolphins, sharks and whales.

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Jail Birds
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Jail Birds

This beautifully made and touching series constitutes a thorough exploration of the idea that music can heal damaged hearts and troubled lives. Choirmaster Jonathon Welch, familiar to many viewers from his terrific work with homeless people in the Choir of Hard Knocks, here turns his tremendous e...

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Jammin' in the Middle E
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Jammin' in the Middle E

Since the events of 9/11 in America, as well as the subsequent bombings in Spain, Bali and London, many Muslims living in Western countries, including Australia, have been stereotyped and sometimes demonised. Such stereotyping has been fuelled as much by ignorance as by media reports. We rarely s...

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Jewboy
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Jewboy

Jewboy is a film about a young man who is part of an orthodox Jewish community search- ing for his identity in a world of conflicting attractions. This is a film that is both honest and confronting in the way it explores Yuri's ambivalent feelings about family, religious expectations and a yearni...

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Journos
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Journos

In a series of five half-hour programs we follow the lives of five Australian journalists working around the world as foreign correspondents. While there are some common features about their work, there are many differences in how they approach their work in places that are often dangerous and w...

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Jungle Rain
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Jungle Rain

Jungle Rain is a 45-minute documentary film about the impact of the Vietnam War on New Zealand Vietnam War veterans and their families. Soldiers had contact with toxic chemicals known as 'Agent Orange'. The film focuses on the way acknowledgement of that contact was denied and hushed up by the Go...

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Just Punishment
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Just Punishment

A documentary film about the legal processes and the human story that led to the hanging of Van Nguyen in Singapore in December 2005. In telling the story behind the fight to save his life, it asks us to consider whether this was just punishment. The film will have relevance for middle and seni...

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Kaitangata Twitch
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Kaitangata Twitch

Adapted for television from Margaret Mahy's book of the same name, Kaitangata Twitch is a thirteen-episode television series created in New Zealand (Aotearoa). A thrilling contemporary story for a variety of audiences, this series uses live action and CGi to give life to a magical-realist myth. A...

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Kids' Business
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Kids' Business

Kids' Business is an inspiring portrayal of young people learning to grapple with their lives head on. The documentary charts the progress of Grade 5 and 6 children in a school-based, well-being and resilience program called 'Solving the Jigsaw'. Over a year, the children explore many life issue...

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King Koala
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King Koala

King Koala reveals astonishing new facts about koala behaviour that shatter the common perception that they do little more than sleep and eat gum leaves. The secret lives of wild koalas are, in fact, full of drama, adventure and danger. This study guide will have application in upper-primary and...

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Kokoda
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Kokoda

From the corridors of power to the blood-stained battlefields of the Papua New Guinea highlands, Kokoda tells the story of the brutal World War II military campaign between Australia and Japan that changed the course of Australian history. The two part series is a suitable classroom resource for...

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Life at 1
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Life at 1

This is the first instalment in a landmark series that will follow eleven babies and their families for seven years to discover what it takes to give a child the best chance in life. This program will have interest and relevance for middle to senior secondary and tertiary students in the followi...

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Life At 3
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Life At 3

The story continues for the children of the Life series - now they are three - as they reveal what it takes to give a child the best chance at life. Over two episodes, Life at 3 measures our group of children against the latest scientific findings on two of the hottest topics in child developmen...

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Lionel
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Lionel

There was a time when boxer Lionel Rose was the best-known Aboriginal Australian in the world. In 1968 Lionel beat Japan's Fighting Harada to become the youngest person ever to win a World Boxing title. When he returned victorious from Tokyo, there were so many people crowding the tarmac to welco...

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Lockout
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Lockout

16 December 1929 was a day that would change a nation. on that day, more than six thousand miners ... hungry, militant and desperate, closed ranks and marched to the padlocked gates of the Hunter Valley coal mine known as Rothbury. Exploding in brutal violence, this day would remain etched in the...

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Lost In Flanders
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Lost In Flanders

Ninety years after the last shots were fired, two young Australian historians embark on an emotional journey to the First World War battlefields on the infamous Western Front. History teacher Michael Molkentin joins war historian Mat McLachlan on an archaeological excavation on the battlefields w...

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