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Charles Bean's Great War
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Charles Bean's Great War

Charles Bean's Great War is a dramatised documentary about the life of C.E.W. Bean - war journalist, historian and founder of the Australian War Memorial - and his influence on Australian identity. Charles Bean reported on the Great War not from some general's chateau but from the front line. He...

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Chateau Chunder: A Wine Revolution
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Chateau Chunder: A Wine Revolution

Chateau Chunder is a witty and entertaining documentary that tells the recent history of Australian wine, revealing how a small group of enterprising Australian winemakers took on the elitist world of wine ... and won. This program would be enjoyed by middle and senior secondary students in the f...

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Child Soldiers
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Child Soldiers

This documentary is a telling global expose of children who have become soldiers, or have been through the trauma of soldiering, or who are presently engaged in fighting. This documentary is a telling global expose of children who have become soldiers, or have been through the trauma of soldierin...

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Children At The Cutting Edge (aka Stories From A Children's Hospital)
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Children At The Cutting Edge (aka Stories From A Children's Hospital)

Children at the Cutting Edge is a five part documentary that showcases compelling personal stories from the Princess Margaret Hospital for Children in Perth. Through the eyes of staff, patients and parents, it tells about the ceaseless struggle to mend young lives and of the often-startling scien...

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Children Of The Crocodile
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Children Of The Crocodile

Children of the Crocodile explores cultural identity, resistance and survival, through the intimate story of two young Timorese-Australian women.

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Children of the Sex Trade
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Children of the Sex Trade

This is a documentary about slavery - of a particularly vicious and insidious type. This form of slavery transcends national and international boundaries, flourishes in economically straitened communities, flouts Australian and international laws and turns the most vulnerable of human beings into...

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China Avant-Garde
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China Avant-Garde

This fascinating and visually arresting documentary on the Chinese contemporary art scene tracks the vast social upheaval that has marked China's emergence as a global power. Art historian and dealer Evan Hughes takes us on a journey to meet some of the country's most exciting avant-garde artist...

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Chinese Take Away
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Chinese Take Away

Chinese Take Away is an adaptation of an acclaimed physical theatre show. It blends poetic story telling, symbolism, drama and archival footage to capture the spirit of a true story. Performer/writer Anna Yen in seeking to understand a family tragedy, tries to put herself in her mother's and gran...

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Choosing Exile
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Choosing Exile

Confronts the complex choices associated with migration to Australia and the breakdown of post-apartheid idealism, offering a personal perspective on a range of difficult issues.

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Chopper Rescue: Series 2
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Chopper Rescue: Series 2

Chopper Rescue is genuine life and death human drama featuring one of the world's most professional and effective emergency medical services. The series follows the work of the doctors, paramedics, rescue officers and air crews employed by Emergency Management Queensland. They are on call twenty-...

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Chris Humfrey's Wild Life
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Chris Humfrey's Wild Life

Who is Chris Humfrey? An extraordinary character. Imagine that Jamie Oliver got interested in animals rather than cooking - and ran a small zoo! This 13 part series is aimed at a wide audience and during the early episodes, most of the presentations shown are to junior primary students. However i...

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Circle of Lies
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Circle of Lies

Denise Dixon's reputation is destroyed by rumours of promiscuous behaviour at a party hosted by local television personality Todd Turner. The stories are far from the truth but that doesn't stop Kirsty, Denise's ex-best friend, from using them to boost her own popularity and steal Denise's boyfri...

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Cleverman
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Cleverman

In the very near future, creatures from ancient mythology have suddenly emerged and must coexist with humans. Known as Hairypeople for the matted hair covering their bodies, they have extraordinary strength, speed and longevity but are cast as social misfits and seek refuge in The Zone: a fragile...

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Colin Mccahon: I Am
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Colin Mccahon: I Am

The documentary Colin McCahon: I AM traces the life of artist Colin McCahon, examining the New Zealand cultural context that influenced and inspired his work and his artistic development. The study guide has been written with close attention to NCEA Levels 1-3 Achievement Standards for English, ...

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Colosseum: Rome's Arena Of Death
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Colosseum: Rome's Arena Of Death

Colosseum: Rome's Arena of Death has relevance for students of History: Time, Change and Continuity from upper primary to upper secondary levels.

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Colour Of War: The Anzacs
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Colour Of War: The Anzacs

Colour of War--The Anzacs (Paul Rudd and Ben Ulm, 2004) is the story of Australian and New Zealand troops at war as never seen before. For the first time, original colour footage is used to paint a vivid picture of these closely allied nations.

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Colour Theory: Series 2
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Colour Theory: Series 2

This is the second series of Colour Theory, a program about art and culture. The work of four artists is featured in this series as we go behind the scenes into the communities of some of the new faces on the Indigenous art landscape to find out what makes them tick. The series is presented by Ri...

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Colour Theory: Series 3
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Colour Theory: Series 3

Colour Theory: Series 3 looks at up-and-coming artists producing cutting edge work that reflects the exciting artistic developments within the creative Indigenous community that up until now have had little exposure nationally. In this series, Clive and Julie Freeman, Karla Dickens, Frances Belle...

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Community Cop
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Community Cop

On one of the toughest beats in town, a cop lays down his gun and takes up a new style of policing. Community Cop follows Constable Andrew 'AJ' Allen working with the young African refugee community in the Flemington high-rise estate in inner city Melbourne. Curriculum links include English, Med...

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Coniston
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Coniston

In 1928 dingo trapper Fred Brooks was killed by an Aboriginal man, Japanangka (known as 'Bullfrog') near the Coniston pastoral station, about 240 kilometres north-west of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. A month later, a local pastoralist, 'Nugget' Morton, was attacked, but managed to bea...

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Constructing Australia: A Wire Through the Heart
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Constructing Australia: A Wire Through the Heart

The story of the struggle to cross a vast continent and build the telegraph line that would bring Australia to the world and the world to Australia. Curriculum links include Australian History, Studies of Society and the Environment, Australian Studies, Civics and Citizenship, Technology & Appli...

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Constructing Australia: Pipe Dreams
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Constructing Australia: Pipe Dreams

This is a story of personal tragedy, political rivalries, corruption and trial by media that nearly tore apart Australia at the moment of its birth. Curriculum links include Australian History, Studies of Society and Environment (WA: Culture, Active Citizenship, Place & Space, Resources, ICP, T...

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Constructing Australia: The Bridge
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Constructing Australia: The Bridge

Celebrating the 75th anniversary of one of Australia's most loved icons, this is the definitive story of the building of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the vision of those who made it happen, despite their personal conflicts and political intrigues. This program will have interest and relevance f...

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Contact
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Contact

In 1964, Yuwali was seventeen when her first contact with whitefellas was filmed. Now sixty-two, she tells the story behind this extraordinary footage. Contact is constructed around one of the most compelling pieces of footage in Australian history: the moment in 1964 when a group of Martu women...

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Convenient Education
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Convenient Education

Convenient Education is an online interactive documentary about the international education crisis of 2009 and 2010, told from the point of view of the students, the education sector and government officials. Beginning in 2008, Convenient Education exposes how the Australian Government's immigrat...

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Cool Aid: The National Carbon Test (Primary)
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Cool Aid: The National Carbon Test (Primary)

Cool Aid: The National Carbon Test is a special program on the issue of climate change. It challenges every Australian to ask: What is MY place in the carbon cycle and climate change? The focus is particularly on the way in which individuals might be able to make a difference to what is happening...

Price: Free



Cool Aid: The National Carbon Test (Secondary)
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Cool Aid: The National Carbon Test (Secondary)

Cool Aid is a special program on the issue of climate change. It challenges every Australian to ask: What is MY place in the carbon cycle and climate change? The focus is particularly on the way in which individuals might be able to make a difference to what is happening in the world through our ...

Price: Free



Country Town Rescue
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Country Town Rescue

Country Town Rescue is an observational documentary series filmed over a year in the small NSW town of Trundle. To save the town from dying a small group of dedicated locals get together and try to boost the town's population by enticing newcomers to the area by offering up abandoned farmhouses f...

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Cracking the Colour Code
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Cracking the Colour Code

Taking the globe as its canvas, and drawing on science, history, art and other disciplines, Cracking the Colour Code is a visually stunning exploration of how we view colours, how we make them, and the meanings they hold in our world. There are three one-hour episodes, with each episode focusing ...

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Croker Island Exodus
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Croker Island Exodus

In a wartime exodus, ninety-five Indigenous children and three missionary women fled Croker Island off the north-east coast of Arnhem Land and travelled 5000 kilometres by boat, foot, canoe, truck and rail to safety in Sydney. Croker Island Exodus is a true story that weaves historical footage wi...

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