In these portraits, prominent First Nations Australians talk about their lives.
Until the age of 9, Rosalie Kunoth-Monks (1937–2022) lived on remote Utopia Station in the Northern Territory where she learnt the Aboriginal laws of her tribe, the Amatjere (Anmatyerre) people.
Senator Derryn Hinch in his previous career as a journalist says that he wouldn't consider a career in politics because 'the pay's lousy'.
In the second of a 2-part series, senior video preservation specialist Richard Vorobieff pays homage to the Sunday program's innovative Hypothetical segment on the show's 40th anniversary.
This is an excerpt from the Sunday program broadcast on 7 July 1985.
This collection profiles some of the most extraordinary Australian men of our time.
Tom Uren (1921–2015) was one of the most respected Labor politicians of his generation.
Born into a working class Catholic family in 1915, 'Diamond' Jim McClelland (1915–1999) worked as a lawyer, specialising in industrial relations, after serving in the army during the Second World W
Bartholomew Augustine (Bob) Santamaria (1915–1998) was a political activist, ardent anti-Communist, committed an
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