From Broken Hill to Broome, our regional TV networks have been capturing the essence of Australia for decades.
Meet 'The Amazing Miss A' - one of the most popular ragtime musicians and best-selling artists of her time.
A history of Australian tennis, from our first champion to our biggest stars.
Singer-songwriter Jack O'Hagan wrote over 600 songs, including 'Along the Road to Gundagai' and 'Our Don Bradman'.
This year marks 45 years since the official opening of the Sydney Opera House on 20 October 1973 – 14 years after construction began.
Australia's Working Class Man, Jimmy Barnes, has been performing in front of audiences for more than four decades as a solo artist and with Cold Chisel, and he shows no signs of slowing down.
For a generation of Australian music fans, Cold Chisel are the Aussie pub rock band who broke the mould and whose songs are celebrated as anthems.
Like a fine box of assorted chocolates, our Advent Sound Calendar has something for all tastes.
Long before vinyl records, cassette tapes and compact discs, there were wax cylinders.
In the first half of the 20th century, music was commercialised on 78 rpm shellac discs which could hold a little over three minutes on each side.
From punk-rockers to pop darlings, these Oral History interviews highlight the depth and diversity of Australian music.
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