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Music clip for 'The Loved One', featuring an intro from 3AK DJ Lionel Yorke. 

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‘I Am Australian’ (also known as ‘We Are Australian’) is one of the most recognisable patriotic Australian songs, written in 1987 by Bruce Woodley and

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‘The Loved One’ was the debut single released by the Melbourne rhythm and blues band The Loved Ones.

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See highlights of Australia's success at the Eurovision Song Contest.

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While I Still Call Australia Home reached only No. 72 on the charts when it was first released, it has become firmly cemented in the national consciousness.

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This 1931 version of ‘Along the Road to Gundagai’, composed by Jack O’Hagan in 1921, is performed by popular singer of the day Peter Dawson.

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'Elephants may be popular in Timbuktu but I'd rather have a kangaroo', sings 10-year-old actor Garry Pankhurst (who played Sonny Hammond) about his best friend Skippy.

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The theme song for Skippy by Eric Jupp (1922–2003) is one of the most recognisable Australian television theme songs of all time.

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Guest stars 'The Bushrangers' (AKA pop group The Executives) sing 'Hippity Hop', a version of the familiar Skippy theme tune, complete with lyrics – and a drum solo from Skippy herself.

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Although not the first song about the enforced separation of Indigenous children from their families, Archie Roach’s song, based on his own life and experience, was released at a time when there wa