A sacred spectacle of the Australian outback, the majestic rock formation known as Uluru has become and remains an iconic representation of the landscape.With exclusive access to the rock, featuring archival footage and dramatic re-enactments, this program takes a detailed look at the geology, the history of exploration, the impact of tourism and the significance of Aboriginal Dreamtime, capturing the essence of a most unique element of the landscape, considered by many as the very spiritual centre of Australia.
Of Cattle & Men pays tribute to Australia's great tradition of working the land in the 1970s. Narrated by June Salter and filmed on "Banka Banka"Station, Northern Territory it is a captivating journey into the droving business across the 1300 square mile station run by Albert Hooker as he and his men muster off stock steers in 1000 head lots and drive Hereford Bullocks to the Channel Country in Queensland for fattening.
Braddock Bush Nurse explores the pioneering health work of Barbara Braddock and her cohorts Jack Little and Hannah Brumby in the 1970s, tending to the health concerns of Indigenous Australians on the outskirts of Katherine in the Northern Territory. A captivating look at her achievements, establishing the Katherine Clinic, Barbara and her team set out to improve living conditions and make a difference to the many people living in this isolated Australian community.