Barry McKenzie Holds His Own (Bruce Beresford, Australia, 1974) – the sequel to The Adventures of Barry McKenzie (Bruce Beresford, Australia, 1972) – is perhaps most famous for on
Dame Edna Everage uses hilariously bad numerology to compare then-Prime Minister Gough Whitlam and the man who would become his successor - Malcolm Fraser.
Dame Edna Everage, and her alter ego Barry Humphries, is a favourite on The Mike Walsh Show, even hosting the show on occasion.
Sale of the Century was one of the most popular and long-running game shows in Australia's television history, running from 1980 to 2001.
This clip directly follows David Smith, official secretary to the Governor-General, reading a proclamation dissolving both houses of Parliament on the steps of old Parliament House, Canberra, on 11
In this excerpt from Art + Soul Episode 3: Bitter and Sweet, Mervyn Bishop talks about his most famous photograph – Prime Minister Gough Whitlam symbolically pouring sand into the hand of
Comedian Dan Ilic writes that Norman Gunston was a gutsy and influential character that pushed anti-comedy into the mainstream on Australian TV.
Tom Uren (1921–2015) was one of the most respected Labor politicians of his generation.
In a deeply reflective interview, Jim Cairns (1914–2003), who was Deputy Prime Minister in the Whitlam Government, brings a new dimension to our understanding of his controversial role in Australia
In this Nine News footage from 1967, Opposition Leader Gough Whitlam extends his condolences to Harold Holt's wife and family.