This is an excerpt from the Sunday program broadcast on 9 May 1982.
Black-and-white actuality footage of three women walk along the shoreline of an unknown isolated beach. They then cartwheel across the sand.
A largely static wide shot of a typical Australian showground captures a sheepdog trainer and his sheepdog herding three sheep into a pen. Summary by Elizabeth Taggart-Speers.
A new piece of information discovered has led to the identification of a rare 1911 Ned Kelly Gang film.
Mould, vinegar odours and baby spiders; just another work day for film curators.
Sally Jackson on the importance of silent film preservation as seen in Hugo.