See bloopers and behind-the-scenes footage from the first 10 years of Australian television.
Dr Jennifer Bowen shares extracts from several rare rural-themed radio programs in the NFSA collection.
To celebrate Felix the Cat's 100th birthday, we bring you some excerpts from the original cartoons.
The Young Doctors made its debut on TCN 9 (Nine Network) in 1976, breaking new ground in medical drama.
The new NFSA documentary Steam on the Harbour showcases Darling Harbour as a busy railway goods yard, long before it became a Sydney tourist destination.
An Adelaide dentist and amateur filmmaker has donated almost 10 hours of footage which helps chronicle the Australian and international Paralympic movement in the 1970s and 80s.
Radio Archivist Chris Arneil looks at the outcomes of our Gaywaves LGBTI radio preservation program.
How the NFSA takes care of pests and mould, and what you can do at home to protect your own collections.
Fifty years ago, on 21 June 1966, Australia was shocked when Labor and Opposition Leader Arthur Calwell was shot at close range by 19-year-old Peter Kocan.
Ahead of its premiere at the Sydney Film Festival, Tara Fedoriw-Morris recounts the journey of Ray Lawrence's Bliss (1985) back to the big screen, thanks to NFSA Restores.
In association with the St Kilda Film Festival, the NFSA presents a comedy double bill of two short films from the late 1970s.
Crocodile Dundee was a huge international hit. How was it marketed in different countries?
It's been thirty years since Mick 'Crocodile' Dundee charmed audiences worldwide with his laconic humour.
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