Tag: History

AIRDATE | New documentary WHAT WILL BECOME OF US to focus on Sir Frank Lowy

The documentary follows Sir Frank Lowy, the billionaire co-founder of Westfield Corporation, as he faces a dilemma: whether or not to sell his multinational company.

Top secret archival footage is released for the first time since WWII in HIROSHIMA: 75 YEARS LATER

Featuring recently declassified U.S. and Japanese colour archival footage and audio from survivors, scientists and the military never-before-seen on television – this revealing two-hour film recounts one of the most shocking and sobering moments in international wartime history

Commemorate ANZAC Day this weekend on Foxtel

Over this weekend Foxtel will present a series of remarkable documentaries, inspirational television specials and some of the most memorable sporting games, as well as live coverage on Sky News

AIRDATE | New 8 part series reveals raft of great ideas in Aussie Inventions That Changed The World

From life-saving devices to modern conveniences, Aussie Inventions That Changed The World is an original 8 part series that reveals a raft of great Australian inventions

Mike Munro hosts LAWLESS, coming soon to History

LAWLESS – The Real Bushrangers is a four-part original landmark documentary series unearthing the truth behind Australia’s legendary outlaws, coming to the History Channel.

AIRDATE: New documentary I Killed JFK

A former Mafia insider recently released from prison after 50 years, claims HE shot JFK from the infamous Grassy Knoll.

Production commences on Uncharted with Sam Neill

Foxtel today announced that production has commenced on Uncharted with Sam Neill, a six part series following Captain James Cook’s three voyages to the Pacific – from the Arctic to the Antarctic, and from Tahiti to Australia and New Zealand. 

AIRDATE: Men of Wood & Foam – The history of Australian Surfing

Foxtel will this month premiere a new special that chronicles the history of Surfing in Australia.

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RECAP | Brittney and Jackson, Mia and Scot leave BACHELOR IN PARADISE | #BachelorInParadiseAU

At the last cocktail party, Brittney and Jackson both agreed that they weren’t ready to meet each other’s family, but wanted to continue their relationship. Hand in hand, they left Paradise, taking their romance into the real world.

New funding package announced to develop 20 new Australian Drama projects

The funding package, which totals $1.6 million is to assist with Story Development of Australian drama projects.

NITV to broadcast 17th annual National Indigenous Music Awards

The virtual 2020 celebration will be broadcast live on the free-to-air channel