25.12.2018 Orion: The Man Who Would Be King
The story of Jimmy Ellis - an unknown singer plucked from obscurity, and thrust into the spotlight as part of a scheme that had him masquerade as Elvis - back from the grave.
25.12.2018 Joanna Lumley: Elvis and Me
Joanna Lumley travels to the USA to follow in Elvis's footsteps, meet his family and friends, visit Graceland and Sun Studios where he recorded his first rock 'n' roll song.
25.12.2018 Royal Variety Performance 2018
UK comic Greg Davies hosts The Royal Variety Performance, in the presence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Acts including Take That, George Ezra, Rick Astley, Rhod Gilbert, Andrea Bocelli and the cast of Hamilton perform.
23.12.2018 Bespoke Series 1 Makers And Markets
Marcus Westbury investigates the very real tension between authenticity and marketing, between small scale local creativity and global big business. (Part 2 of 3)
22.12.2018 Throwback Series 2018 Ep 1
Meet the creators, authors and entertainers who shaped Australia's childhood pop culture. Featuring Jeff Fatt from The Wiggles, Emily Rodda, Tina Matthews, and author of Tomorrow When The War Began John Marsden.
22.12.2018 Throwback Series 2018 Ep 2
Meet the creators, authors and entertainers who shaped our childhood. Featuring Pamela Clark (Children's Birthday Cake Book), Peter Combe, Melissa Kang (Dolly Doctor), Andy Griffiths, Terry Denton & Luke Carroll (Lift Off).
22.12.2018 rage 22/12/2018
This week's RAGE features a diverse selection of the best new releases, including new music videos from The Wombats, Regurgitator, The Beths, Safia, and heaps more.
21.12.2018 Ladies And Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones
Filmed in Texas in the middle of their 1972 North American tour this is one of the all-time great concert films, capturing The Rolling Stones at the peak of their power as recording and performing giants.
21.12.2018 Glenn Murcutt: Spirit Of Place
Glenn Murcutt: Spirit of Place explores the life and work of Australia's most famous living architect. Murcutt's extraordinary international reputation rests on the beauty and integrity of his work.
21.12.2018 One Plus One Eileen Kramer
At 104 years old, Eileen Kramer is busier than ever. She's still working as a dancer and choreographer, has been cast in a new TV drama series, and has co-written a book about her life. (Final for 2018)
20.12.2018 Stones In Exile
Captures the creation of the Rolling Stones' classic 1972 album Exile in Main Street. Includes interviews with the band, archive footage, tour outtakes & candid photographs... and the drink, drugs & scandal that went with it.
Outtakes from the annual Hottest 100 trailer, featuring Vance Joy, Charli XCX and Vera Blue.
17.12.2018 The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2016
The 2016 Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is a truly international event featuring acts & performers from around the world, marking Her Majesty the Queen's 90th Birthday, performed in front of the majestic Edinburgh Castle.
17.12.2018 Rewind Summer Re-reads: Helen Garner
In 1995, Helen Garner gave a speech in response to enormous criticism from feminist circles over her book 'The First Stone'. The book discusses an historic sexual harassment case at the University of Melbourne.
17.12.2018 Rewind Summer Re-reads: Frank Hardy
As a child of the Depression, the late Australian writer and political activist Frank Hardy saw literature as a political weapon. In this 1966 interview, he discusses his ties to Communism and writing as an 'outsider'.
17.12.2018 Rewind Summer Re-reads: Gay Fiction
Gay and lesbian literature had long been overlooked by the major publishing houses in Australia, but the mid-nineties saw the rise of 'pink ink', as it was playfully termed, and the ABC's Book Program hopped on the bandwagon.
17.12.2018 Rewind Summer Re-reads: Isabel Allende
Isabel Allende is a Chilean writer who spent years in exile after the 1973 military coup. In 1999, she spoke with the ABC's Andrea Stretton about the search for freedom as a recurring theme of her life and work.
17.12.2018 Rewind Summer Re-reads: Kevin Gilbert
The late Kevin Gilbert was an Indigenous rights advocate, poet and writer whose plays and books deal with the plight of Indigenous Australia. In 1978 he spoke to the ABC about the need for understanding and acknowledgment.
17.12.2018 Rewind Summer Re-reads: Gloria Steinem
In conversation with the ABC's Kerry O'Brien, Gloria Steinem reflects on her years leading the feminist charge in an interview that has resonance nearly a quarter of a century after it was originally aired.
17.12.2018 Rewind Summer Re-reads: Salman Rushdie
Salman Rushdie is perhaps best known for his fourth novel 'The Satanic Verses', which was published 30 years ago and attracted both acclaim and controversy. In this 1996 interview, he talks about breaking the rules.