This episode of Sydney Stories with Warren Fahey includes an overview of Sydney’s ‘high life’ down through the decades from the Lord Mayor’s 1844 Fancy Dress Ball to dancing at the Trocade
Shakespeare Republic sets snippets of original text by William Shakespeare within contemporary settings.
This late 1940s cinema advertisement touts the versatility of Pimms – a gin-based, fruit cup liqueur – for any occasion.
This lighthearted newsreel story tells of a police raid on a Gold Coast pyjama party in 1959.
In his maiden speech to parliament, Mr Rudd (Bert Bailey) sets out his belief in 'the plain people’ as the backbone of Australian society.
Ann Rudd (Yvonne East) and Jim Webster (Grant Taylor) kiss on the terrace at the Webster’s swanky reception. Jim’s father Henry (Frank Harvey) is not impressed to see the Rudds at his party.
A delegation of local farmers asks Dad Rudd (Bert Bailey) to stand for the local seat, after the death of the sitting member.