Tag: Television

Nashville

Nashville

As I mentioned the other week, I’m not a great watcher of fictional television. When friends talk about “The West Wing”, “Orange Is The New Black” and “Miss Fischer’s Murders”, I tend to glaze over. While there are some shows I do watch intently, and … Continue reading Nashville

Judi Nunn, Tracey Mann, Cornelia Frances (and Andrew Mercado) pay tribute to Lois Ramsay, seated watching The Box 40th Anniversary at The Alexandria Hotel

The Box

In some ways I was a rather precocious child. Really? You sure about that? No way! Unlike other children of my generation I was allowed to watch some of the more “adult” television programs screened on Australian. For example, I loved Number 96. As I … Continue reading The Box

88 Documentary

Thought I’d give a mention to a documentary my friend, Michaela Perske has produced and co-written called “88”.

The documentary goes back to 1988, the year of the Australian Bicentenary, and tells the story of some of the many thousands of Indigenous people who travelled from all over Australia to join in protests on January 26. As well as being a seminal moment in the development of modern Indigenous affairs in Australia, it was also a seminal moment in the lives of many of those profiled.

The program goes to air on ABC1 on Thursday, January 30 at 8.30pm. A lot of hard work over a long period of time has gone into this, so I hope you’ll be watching🙂

There’s more info about the program on their Facebook page.