In this promotional documentary supporting the work of World Vision, Deborah Mailman travels to Tanzania with her co-star from The Secret Life of Us, Sibylla Budd.
This is a moving portrait of the charity work of the Brisbane City Mission for the poor at a time when many people struggled financially because of the Depression.
John Ainsworth (Lloyd Hughes) has returned to the theatre after seeing his father in hospital.
John Ainsworth (Lloyd Hughes) has been out of work for months when he runs into two old university acquaintances. They take a drink at a city bar, where a man selling shoelaces approaches.
Sam Harris (Harry Abdy) and his girlfriend Bella (Rita Pauncefort) are parked by the harbour, talking wedding rings and marriage, when they hear beautiful violin music.
Mumma Darcy (Anne Phelan) and her friend and neighbour Mrs Campion (Lois Ramsey), are discussing the latest drama in the relationship between Princess Margaret and her great love, the divorced Grou
Dola Darcy (Kaarin Fairfax) has offered her mother (Anne Phelan) the money to have her teeth done, as part of a campaign to help her look attractive so she can keep her husband from having affairs
A child is missing and the family frantically search the streets of Surry Hills to find her.
Grandma (Gwen Plumb) is woken up by cooking smells and knows intuitively that it’s her son-in-law stealing a march on her by starting the preparations for the Christmas pudding.
Sister Theopilus (Kirrily Nolan) and Sister Beatrix (Dinah Shearing), two of the teaching nuns from Roie’s old school have come on a surprise visit to see Roie.