The veteran (Grant Page) has been wounded by a spear. The fanatic (Gary Sweet) wants to leave him, but the tracker (David Gulpilil) refuses – even when horse-whipped.
This clip of home movie footage shows Ruby Hunter recording vocals for the song 'Louis St John' from the 1997 album Looking For Butterboy.
This excerpt from the documentary Liyarn Ngarn introduces Louis St John Johnson – a young Aboriginal man who was brutally murdered at age 19 by two white youths.
Archie Roach's passion for social justice comes across in songs like 'Louis St John' - about the racially motivated murder of a young man and 'Beautiful Child' about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Is
Kylie and Nick Cave look back on their 1995 duet ‘Where the Wild Roses Grow’ from Cave’s 1996 album Murder Ballads.
This short clip covers the Whiskey Au Go Go fire, a tornado in 1973 and the 1974 Brisbane flood.
We look back at local and overseas reporting and reactions to the death of music legend John Lennon on 8 December 1980.
A report on Ten Eyewitness News on 10 December 1980, just two days after John Lennon was shot dead in New York, shows a group of Australian fans of The Beatles and how they reacted to Lennon's murd
The young policeman, known in the credits as the follower (Damon Gameau) takes control after his boss, the fanatic (Gary Sweet) opens fire without warning on a family of aborigines.