Learn how to use Google's free tools to research your ancestors in this Family History Feast 2012 presentation by Shauna Hicks.
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Listen as actor Helen Morse reads an excerpt from Goethe’s West-eastern Divan, translated from the German by Edward Dowden.
Author Morris Gleitzman talks about his research into bushfires as part of his creative fellowship.
Hear the story behind one of the State Library's colonial-era masterpieces, the painting Black Thursday.
Sasha Grishin explores the space where printmaking and the artist book intersect.
Immerse yourself in the drama of the Jerilderie siege, when Ned Kelly and his gang took over the small Riverina town in February 1879.
Hear insights from an ex-soldier and an academic as they look into the reburials of Australian soldiers killed on foreign soil during WWI.