New Bourke Street Coles Store, Melbourne, 1934

New Bourke Street Coles Store, Melbourne, 1934

Clive James reflects on career, poetry and death in interview with Kerry O'Brien

Clive James reflects on confronting mortality

Broadcaster and writer Clive James in the Old Library at Pembroke College Cambridge.

Beautiful Bondi, 1926

An early silent documentary showing the attractions of Bondi Beach and the surrounding Waverley area. Beaches include Bondi, Bronte and Tamarama.

Enquiry Into the Beats: Robert Hughes and Clive James Interview (1959)

Enquiry Into the Beats: Robert Hughes and Clive James Interview

"Rush" - Series 2 opening credits (ABC-TV, 1976)

Opening credits from the second (colour) season of "Rush". This season had funding from overseas, hence the inclusion of an offsider for the character played.

♫ Judy Stone ★ He Walks Like A Man ♫

♫ Judy Stone ★ He Walks Like A Man ♫

Judy Stone  , 40003221 Tears From Now

Judy Stone , 40003221 Tears From Now

♫ Judy Stone ★ Just Like A Baby ♫

♫ Judy Stone ★ Just Like A Baby ♫

Looking south from the toll booths (the driver would have just paid the toll before this photo was taken) towards the merge with Pacific Highway and the Hawkesbury River bridge.  Source: Kevin Noble, January 1966.

Looking south from the toll booths (the driver would have just paid the toll before this photo was taken) towards the merge with Pacific Highway and the Hawkesbury River bridge. Source: Kevin Noble, January 1966.

Roads history toll booths and Sydney expressway pictures history

Roads history toll booths and Sydney expressway pictures history

Cash and Company (TV 1975) opening and first scene.

Cash and Company (TV 1975) opening and first scene.

Judith Durham Cash & Co (The Golden Girl) 1975

Judith Durham Cash & Co (The Golden Girl) 1975

My Brother Jack at 50 – the novel of a man whose whole life led up to it  George Johnston’s faintly disguised autobiography about a boy growing up amid the dull sprawl of interwar Melbourne and men damaged by the first world war has become a classic Australian novel, but at the time it was a daring challenge to cosy assumptions of national character and virtue

My Brother Jack at 50 – the novel of a man whose whole life led up to it

My Brother Jack at 50 – the novel of a man whose whole life led up to it George Johnston’s faintly disguised autobiography about a boy growing up amid the dull sprawl of interwar Melbourne and men damaged by the first world war has become a classic Australian novel, but at the time it was a daring challenge to cosy assumptions of national character and virtue

Kurt Fearnley carries the Australian flag into the closing ceremony. Photo: AAP  The paralympian retires triumphant at the Commonwealth Games in Queensland 2018

Kurt Fearnley carries the Australian flag into the closing ceremony. Photo: AAP The paralympian retires triumphant at the Commonwealth Games in Queensland 2018

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