The first public film screening in South Australia took place at the Theatre Royal in Hindley Street, Adelaide in October 1896.
The new family car has broken down only a few miles from home after a pleasant outing. Unable to fix it, they are forced to push their car the rest of the way.
Blind Date (1967–74) was a dating game show hosted by several different comperes, including Bobby Hanna.
It featured 3 contestants competing for a date with a mystery person.
In this television special celebrating 55 years of TV news in South Australia, the case of the missing Beaumont children is cited as the third most important news story in South Australia's history
This short clip from Casefile True Crime Podcast, Episode 2 (2016), about the 'Somerton Man' case, details some interesting findings in the coron
Nearly 25 years after the disappearance of the three Beaumont children – Jane, Arnna and Grant – from an Adelaide beach on 26 January 1966, police agree to follow up on tips from clairvoyant June C
This collection about Australian picture palaces is dedicated to the enduring pleasures of cinemagoing.
Watch clips from three of the annual Christmas pantomimes produced for TV in the 1960s by NWS9 in Adelaide.
Jack Buckskin is the teacher of an endangered language.