Takes a look at the preparations for the Melbourne Olympics. An overview is given of the main Olympic sites at Olympic Park, including the Olympic Swimming and Diving stadium.
There were several future film and TV makers shooting home movies at the 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne.
As one half of the 'Leyland Brothers’, Mike Leyland traveled through the Australian outback when it was still something of a remote frontier and largely unknown to most Australians living in urban
Bruce Beresford is one of Australia’s most successful and internationally recognised film directors. But at 16 years of age Bruce was only just discovering what he could do with a movie camera.
Australian sprinter Peter Norman standing on the podium with fellow athletes John Carlos and Tommie Smith has become one of the most iconic – and political – sporting photographs of the 20th centur
From a medal perspective – and as suggested in this excerpt from the Seven Network's World of Sport: Sport '76 wrap-up – Montreal was perhaps the lowest point in Australia's Olympic histor
Featuring news veterans Tim Webster, Katrina Lee and Mike Gibson, this TEN Eyewitness News coverage centres on the famous Oarsome Foursome win in the Men’s Coxless Four at the 1992 Barcelo
This episode of the podcast Word for Word from 6 December 2012 focuses on Matt Mitcham – the Australian Olympian who won the 10m platform diving in Beijing 2008, having received the highes
As head swimming coach Terry Buck says in this clip from TEN Eyewitness News, Jon Sieben's win in the 200m butterfly event at Los Angeles was one of Australia's most outstanding Olympic ac
Larry Emdur's report for Network Ten focuses on the euphoria displayed by coach Laurie Lawrence following the win of his star pupil, Duncan Armstrong at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul.