Muriel's Wedding is 25! To celebrate, we're sharing rare videos, costumes, oral histories, posters and more.
It's that time of the year when Santa Claus hits the surf and Rudolph's nose gets shinier in the Aussie summer heat.
Ten sound recordings with cultural, historical and aesthetic significance have been added to Sounds of Australia for 2019.
These 24 glass slides show detailed plans of an alternative design for the city of Canberra.
Jeanne Little's catch cry 'Ooooh aaah! Dahling!' is bound to bring back happy memories for viewers of Australian daytime television from the 1970s to the 2000s.
See the funniest, most splendiferous and bizarre moments on a show that had five million Aussies a week turning on their TV sets in the 1970s and 80s.
Submerge yourself in 80s goodness with glimpses of fashion, music, technology, film, television, radio, sport and advertising from the decade.
Graham Kennedy was the 'The King' of Australian television, with a career that spanned four decades.
Is Canberra calling to you? And why is it hot in Brisbane but Coolangatta?
From 7 October 1974, Australians began to see colour test patterns being broadcast on their televisions.
The NFSA has uncovered some hidden gems from Canberra's forgotten history in the holdings of the ACT's first commercial television station, CTC 7 (now 9).
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