This week marks 120 years since the birth of songwriter Jack O'Hagan ('Along the Road To Gundagai').
How has weather reporting changed on Australian television in recent decades?
Every Australian knows the chorus of 'Waltzing Matilda' but who sang the song first?
As part of our Newscaf series, we bring you some notable Christmas light displays, from Toowoomba to Tasmania.
This week marks 120 years since the birth of Australian singer-songwriter Jack O'Hagan, who wrote over 600 songs including 'Along The Road To Gundagai' and 'Our Don Bradman'.
As part of our Newscaf series, we’re taking a look at how weather reporting has changed on Australian television throughout the decades.
For World Television Day, we're highlighting some recently discovered lost TV performances of Olivia Newton-John from 1965.
Take a step back in time and discover the charm of Melbourne more than a century ago.
To mark Remembrance Day 2018, and the centenary of the end of the First World War, the NFSA is screening Peter Jackson's new film, 'They Shall Not Grow Old'.
Dr Charles Gower was delighted to watch himself in a government documentary, 45 years after it was filmed.
Investigating the background of the man who first recorded Waltzing Matilda.
This retro Woman's Day TV ad from 1982 uses race-calling to sell issues during Melbourne Cup week.
Through our Newscaf program, we share footage of some of the famous stars who love the Opera House – including Oprah Winfrey and Jackie Chan.
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