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The History Listen - ABC RN
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New and compelling stories from Australia and around the world, told by some of our most popular and trusted historians. Step inside a time machine for an immersive journey through history, where stories of people, places and events bring the past vividly into our present world.
 
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New and compelling stories from Australia and around the world, told by some of our most popular and trusted historians. Step inside a time machine for an immersive journey through history, where stories of people, places and events bring the past vividly into our present world.
 
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Come on a wild ride through the extraordinary story of the Big Day Out; the festival which, for over two decades, was a summertime rite of passage for music lovers around Australia. Was it really a victim of its' own success?By ABC Radio National.
 
Come on a wild ride through the extraordinary story of the Big Day Out; the festival which, for over two decades, was a summertime rite of passage for music lovers around AustraliaBy ABC Radio National.
 
It's the early 1900's in Sydney. Fictional Pyrmont resident and neighbourhood gossip Lizzie Absalom tells what really went on in those back lanes.By ABC Radio National.
 
Come on a wild ride through the extraordinary story of the Big Day Out; the festival which, for over two decades, was a summertime rite of passage for music lovers around Australia
 
Come on a wild ride through the extraordinary story of the Big Day Out; the festival which, for over two decades, was a summertime rite of passage for music lovers around Australia. Was it really a victim of its' own success?
 
There’s a mystery surrounding the elegant and ingenious Jimmy Possum chairs that were made 130 years ago in Tasmania. Did their maker live in a tree trunk? Did he even exist? Claudia Taranto goes in search of the real Jimmy Possum and learns about the enduring power of a good story.By ABC Radio National.
 
Three Western journalists and a UN employee ignored advice to leave East Timor after the country's independence vote in 1999. They recount the most fearful week of their lives.By ABC Radio National.
 
When amateur historian Nick Russell stumbled across a set of very old Japanese manuscripts, he unearthed a dramatic tale of convict mutineers, samurai warriors and a hijacked ship, which sheds new light on one of the greatest escape stories in Australian history.By ABC Radio National.
 
A dramatic tale featuring pirates, Samurai warriors, a historical detective and a ship of escaped convicts from Australia who washed up in Japan in 1830By ABC Radio National.
 
When amateur historian Nick Russell stumbled across a set of very old Japanese manuscripts, he unearthed a dramatic tale of convict mutineers, samurai warriors and a hijacked ship, which sheds new light on one of the greatest escape stories in Australian history.
 
A dramatic tale featuring pirates, Samurai warriors, a historical detective and a ship of escaped convicts from Australia who washed up in Japan in 1830
 
An idyllic town with a hidden surveillance bunker and a secret past. A ruined RAAF base comes to life to tell its story.By ABC Radio National.
 
It's the early 1900's in Sydney. Fictional Pyrmont resident and neighbourhood gossip Lizzie Absalom tells what really went on in those back lanes.
 
Three Western journalists and a UN employee ignored advice to leave East Timor after the country's independence vote in 1999. They recount the most fearful week of their lives.
 
In these remote islands we uncover a history of whalers, abducted Aboriginal women, and a mysterious human skeleton found on Franklin Island. There’s even a connection to Gulliver’s Travels.By ABC Radio National.
 
There’s a mystery surrounding the elegant and ingenious Jimmy Possum chairs that were made 130 years ago in Tasmania. Did their maker live in a tree trunk? Did he even exist? Claudia Taranto goes in search of the real Jimmy Possum and learns about the enduring power of a good story.
 
Aboriginal people from the Murray-Darling Basin’s waterways come together to raise awareness and speak up for their country.By ABC Radio National.
 
An idyllic town with a hidden surveillance bunker and a secret past. A ruined RAAF base comes to life to tell its story.
 
In these remote islands we uncover a history of whalers, abducted Aboriginal women, and a mysterious human skeleton found on Franklin Island. There’s even a connection to Gulliver’s Travels.
 
When a group of newcomers set up a women-only community in the bush, the neighbours were scandalised. It wasn't long before hostility turned into drastic action. Could the community survive?By ABC Radio National.
 
A women-only utopia deep in the Australian bush — no men, no meat, no machines — was a wild ride, complete with rainbows and tiger snakes, sisterly joy and un-sisterly tensions.By ABC Radio National.
 
Aboriginal people from the Murray-Darling Basin’s waterways come together to raise awareness and speak up for their country.
 
Anonymous threats in the mail and a homemade bomb. International networks of misinformation. A young girl with the gift of song. Three stories that share a common thread: water fluoridation.By ABC Radio National.
 
Anonymous threats in the mail and a homemade bomb. International networks of misinformation. A young girl with the gift of song. Three stories that share a common thread: water fluoridation.
 
Have you ever wondered where the plants in your garden originally came from? They were probably transported in a Wardian case. Discover the story of this remarkable object, whose lasting impact on the natural world remains evident today.By ABC Radio National.
 
Have you ever wondered where the plants in your garden originally came from? They were probably transported in a Wardian case. Discover the story of this remarkable object, whose lasting impact on the natural world remains evident today.
 
When a group of newcomers set up a women-only community in the bush, the neighbours were scandalised. It wasn't long before hostility turned into drastic action. Could the community survive?
 
A women-only utopia deep in the Australian bush — no men, no meat, no machines — was a wild ride, complete with rainbows and tiger snakes, sisterly joy and un-sisterly tensions.
 
The Queensland Native Police had a devastating impact on Indigenous people across the state. We look at how Indigenous families deal with the unknowns in their family history – unknowns caused by the violence of the Native Police.By ABC Radio National.
 
The Queensland Native Police had a devastating impact on Indigenous people across the state. We look at how Indigenous families deal with the unknowns in their family history – unknowns caused by the violence of the Native Police.
 
Queensland’s Native Police was notorious for its violence against Indigenous people on the colonial frontier. How do descendants of Aboriginal troopers in the Native Police, and descendants of massacre survivors, make sense of this history?By ABC Radio National.
 
Queensland’s Native Police was notorious for its violence against Indigenous people on the colonial frontier. How do descendants of Aboriginal troopers in the Native Police, and descendants of massacre survivors, make sense of this history?
 
In the early 1800s, on the remote East coast of Iceland in a small fishing village, a young man stepped ashore. He was escapee from the Danish slave trade and is said to be Iceland’s first black settler.By ABC Radio National.
 
How does a nation forget a wartime catastrophe? When Japan invaded Australian territory in January 1942, hundreds of civilians were left behind to die. Nearly 80 years later, their families are still traumatised.By ABC Radio National.
 
In the early 1800s, on the remote East coast of Iceland in a small fishing village, a young man stepped ashore. He was escapee from the Danish slave trade and is said to be Iceland’s first black settler.
 
The discovery of the first Chinese story written in Australia gives a fascinating and new insight into the early Chinese immigrants of Victoria. The anonymous author is also uncovered, and revealed to his Australian grandchildren..By ABC Radio National.
 
A young pilot. A distress call. A missing plane. What happened to Frederick Valentich in October 1978?By ABC Radio National.
 
How does a nation forget a wartime catastrophe? When Japan invaded Australian territory in January 1942, hundreds of civilians were left behind to die. Nearly 80 years later, their families are still traumatised.
 
A young pilot. A distress call. A missing plane. What happened to Frederick Valentich in October 1978?
 
What happens when a small town puts the word "massacre" on an historical monument?By ABC Radio National.
 
The discovery of the first Chinese story written in Australia gives a fascinating and new insight into the early Chinese immigrants of Victoria. The anonymous author is also uncovered, and revealed to his Australian grandchildren..
 
Shortly after the 1979 Iranian Revolution, a young Bahai mother was smuggled out of the country on camelback with her baby daughter.40 years later she recounts her story.By ABC Radio National.
 
Shortly after the 1979 Iranian Revolution, a young Bahai mother was smuggled out of the country on camelback with her baby daughter.40 years later she recounts her story.
 
The ritual of the sausage sizzle soaks deep into the Australian identity. This is the unlikely true story of an Aussie battler that became a hero in the mouths of millions.By ABC Radio National.
 
The ritual of the sausage sizzle soaks deep into the Australian identity. This is the unlikely true story of an Aussie battler that became a hero in the mouths of millions.
 
What happens when a small town puts the word "massacre" on an historical monument?
 
When Michelle Payne won the Melbourne Cup in 2015 there were three female jockeys who were with her in spirit. They all challenged the male-dominated racing industry, pushed on by the air of heaven.By ABC Radio National.
 
As the federal election machine goes into full swing, putting the art of persuasion to the test, a timely look back at one of Australia’s most significant political advertising campaigns.By ABC Radio National.
 
As the federal election machine goes into full swing, putting the art of persuasion to the test, a timely look back at one of Australia’s most significant political advertising campaigns.
 
What would it take to bring home the 43 Australian servicemen still missing from the Korean War?By ABC Radio National.
 
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