Heather, a Noongar woman incarcerated at the Dame Phyllis Frost Centre women's prison in Victoria, talks about the impact of COVID-19 on prisons and inmates, and how small infractions can send peop
This audio clip is an excerpt from an oral history interview with Vic Simms, Aboriginal musician and songwriter.
Footage of the crowd of protesters outside Pentridge Prison on the day of Ronald Ryan’s execution, 3 February 1967.
Built by convicts in the 1850s, Fremantle Prison is the best-preserved convict-built prison in Australia and is part of the earliest phase of European settlement in Western Australia.
Shane (John Moore) and Robby (Wayne Munro) are in jail with the Old Man (Kelton Pell). Shane and the Old Man ask Robby if he wants 'to know’. Summary by Romaine Moreton.
Shane (John Moore) and Robby (Wayne Munro) have just been thrown out of a hotel, and now walk the streets of Alice Springs. Shane doesn’t want to walk home and breaks into a car.
Shane (John Moore) and Robby (Wayne Munro) kick back and have a few cold beers. Robby is determined to go to Coober Pedy to mine opals but his older brother sounds sceptical.
The penal settlement at Macquarie Harbour has been evacuated, but John Rex (George Fisher) leads a rebellion on the small ship, the Osprey.
Rufus Dawes (George Fisher) arrives back in Port Arthur after his unsuccessful attempt to escape and clear his name in Hobart.
John Rex (George Fisher) has incited his fellow prisoners to a mass breakout from Port Arthur.