What sound recordings with cultural, historical and aesthetic significance were named in 2018?
We share Skippy items from the NFSA collection, including clips, interviews, merchandise, music, ads and more.
We shine a light on the long career of Australia's greatest rock singer and working-class man, Jimmy Barnes.
Submerge yourself in 80s goodness with glimpses of fashion, music, technology, film, television, radio, sport and advertising from the decade.
The quirky, low-budget Aussie film that became a global smash is now 25 years old.
Celebrating Australian art, artists and exhibitions through interviews and documentary footage from the 1950s to the 1980s.
The first program broadcast on Adelaide television station SAS10 on 26 July 1965 was The Bobo Show, starring Charles ‘Hal’ Turner as Bobo the Clown.
Turn the key in the ignition, depress the clutch and pull away from the kerb - it's time to hit the road (safely!).
Celebrating the life and work of Graham Kennedy, 'The King' of Australian television.
David Gulpilil has forever changed the way Australian film represents Indigenous people and their cultural heritage.
Ten sound recordings with cultural, historical and aesthetic significance have been added to Sounds of Australia for 2016.
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