At the peak of the hippie craze, we find Australian composer Peter Sculthorpe wondering where the rock and roll culture fits in with Australian identity.
Find out about the unique art of playing music on a gumleaf, as competitors head to Maryborough to fight for first prize.
Clive James, Australia's urbane master of culture and chat, has died at age 80.
The Australian Dance Theatre prepares to become the first Australian company to perform at the 1980 Edinburgh International Festival in this ABC Documentary, 'She'll Be Right, Mate'.
Ningali Lawford-Wolf was an actor and comedian who pumped a unique energy into the Australian stages and screens. In this extended interview she shares how her showbiz life ran parallel to her homelife in remote Fitzroy Crossing.
Terry Jones made an immense contribution to comedy through his work with Monty Python, and his many dalliances with literature and film. He sat down with ABC legend Peter Ross to discuss the lasting effects of Python.
Terry Jones divulged some of his greatest anecdotes to another legend of comedy... Australia's own Shaun Micallef- in this 2001 interview, live from the Melbourne Writers Festival.
Australian sculptor Margaret Dodd made a name for herself through satirical 'funk ceramics' in the shape of Australia's now ill fated icon, the Holden car.
Sir Robert Helpmann was a world-renowned actor, director, choreographer and ballet dancer. Our National Theatre awards are even named after him. But what do you actually know about this Australian legend?
Step into Lindy Lee's studio, where she shows us how she makes her striking mixed-media artworks. Sitting in a divide between cultures, she seeks comfort and inspiration in both art practice and Zen Buddhism.
In 1975, Reg Livermore reached new heights with his cabaret show, Betty Blokk-Buster Follies. 45 years later the show's being reimagined with a new cast. We brought him in to examine the keys to this Australian success story.
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