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Prime Minister Paul Keating's speech at Redfern Park for the United Nation's Year for the World's Indigenous Peoples 10 December 1992 Audio
Story about Pemulwuy by Gadigal elder Allen Madden from These Walls Have Ears: Infamous, 2013 Audio
'The Captain of the Push', a poem about Larry Foley recited by Clemency Press, from These Walls Have Ears: Infamous 2013 Audio
Sydney Flour Song radio advertisement 1955 Audio
The First Man Hanged, from These Walls Have Ears: The Artists 2013 Audio
Dreadful Wreck 1857 Audio
Death at the Gasworks, from These Walls Have Ears: My Place 2013 Audio
The Miller at the Point, from These Walls Have Ears: My Place, 2013 Audio
These Walls Have Ears: The Artists Audio
'Convict Theatre: A radio movie about a highway robber turned patron of the arts: Robert Sidaway', from These Walls Have Ears: The Artists, 2013 Audio
These Walls Have Ears: My Place Audio
Eucalyptus Baby 1927 Audio
Eugenia Falleni, from These Walls Have Ears: Infamous, 2013 Audio
These Walls Have Ears: Infamous Audio
'Take me up the harbour', first recorded 1909 Audio
Frank Gardiner Is Caught At Last Audio
Mrs Florence Starr recalls getting her motorcycle license in 1925 in Liverpool, interviewed 1986 Audio Oral History
Mr Stanley Everett remembers Chipping Norton in the early twentieth century, interviewed 1986 Audio Oral History
Mr Stanley Everett remembers making crystal radio sets in the 1920s as a child in Liverpool, interviewed 1986 Audio Oral History
Tim Pearson on Sydney's bats 2009 Audio Oral History
Mrs Amy Everett recalls moving to Chipping Norton during the Great Depression, interviewed in 1986 Audio Oral History
Claudette Roy, local resident, on social change in Surry Hills Audio Oral History
Mr Walter John Ferguson recalls the dangers of swimming in the Georges River in the late 1920s, interviewed in 1986 Audio Oral History
Librarian Sarah Dingwell on the effect of the 1978 Hilton bombing on the City of Sydney library in the Queen Victoria Building Audio Oral History
Miss Elizabeth Killinger talks about anti-German sentiment during World War I, recorded 1986 Audio Oral History
Stephen Page on Bangarra Dance Theatre 2009 Audio Oral History
Mr William Kennedy recalls collecting the dole at Liverpool Town Hall during the Depression, interviewed in 1986 Audio Oral History
Reminiscences of the Japanese mini submarine attack in Sydney Harbour 1942 Audio Oral History
Clare Stewart on the Sydney Film Festival 2009 Audio Oral History
Retired wharf labourer Harry Black talking about transporting circus elephants in the 1950s Audio Oral History
Miss Elizabeth Killinger talks about her father's tannery on the Georges River, interviewed 1986 Audio Oral History
Mr William Kennedy remembers timber carting around Liverpool in the early twentieth century, interviewed in 1986 Audio Oral History
Michael Gold, volunteer guide at the Great Synagogue, talks about the history of the building 1990 Audio Oral History
Ian Clifford on lighthouses in Sydney Harbour 2009 Audio Oral History
Miss Marjorie Tebb recalls coupons used after WWII in her family's butchering business, interviewed 1986 Audio Oral History
Enid Cook, community activist and local resident, on migrants and 1970s Surry Hills Audio Oral History
Mrs Constance Jewell remembers economising with meals during the Depression, interviewed in 1986 Audio Oral History
Miss Marjorie Tebb remembers the Chinese hawkers in Liverpool in the 1920s, interviewed in 1986 Audio Oral History
Mrs Constance Jewell remembers social life in Hammondville during the Depression, interviewed in 1986 Audio Oral History
Miss Marjorie Tebb remembers a family story about Aboriginal people in the 19th century in Liverpool, interviewed in 1986 Audio Oral History
Coral Dasey, local resident, talks about 1940s Surry Hills Audio Oral History
Stuart Greene on the Capitol Theatre 2009 Audio Oral History
Mrs Lillian Watson recalls an American Air Force plane crash during World War II, interviewed 1986 Audio Oral History
Stuart Greene on the history of the State Theatre 1990 Audio Oral History
Bonney Djuric on the Parramatta Female Factory 2009 Audio Oral History
John Rule, former coordinator of the Surry Hills Neighbourhood Centre, on social diversity and AIDS in Surry Hills Audio Oral History
Mr Charles Wilson recalls fishing in the Georges River in the early twentieth century, interviewed in 1986 Audio Oral History
Mrs Lillian Watson remembers her arrival in Hammondville during the Depression, interviewed in 1986 Audio Oral History
Jennifer Farrer on the Strand Arcade 2009 Audio Oral History
Mr Domenico Scuglia discusses restrictions on Italians in Australia during WWII, interviewed 1986 Audio Oral History