The first radio program using interviews recorded as part of the Australian Generations Oral History Project airs on Hindsight on ABC Radio National at 1pm on Sunday 3 November 2013.
How has fatherhood changed over the 20th century?
In this program we hear memories from across the generations, alongside the views of historians and sociologists including Professor Alistair Thomson (Project Leader) and Associate Professor Dr. Kerreen Reiger (Project Researcher).
Image: ‘Father and Son Reunion’ Sculpture, Toronto Canada (Marc Falardeau)
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Going Away to School
Going away to school has been part of the education of a wide range of people in Australia. This program draws on the memories of eight people born between the 1920s and the 1980s, all of whom spent part of their schooling away from home.
In this program, memory meets imagination to reflect on the changing nature of motherhood in Australia over the past sixty years.
Crowded Houses, Empty Nests
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Australian Generations: Beginnings
The first in a five part oral history series which reflects on life in 20th … Continue reading Australian Generations: Beginnings
Australian Generations: School
In episode two, interviewees recall their memories and experiences of school—from those who were students … Continue reading Australian Generations: School
Australian Generations: Playtime
In episode three the focus is on play and leisure time, from childhood through to … Continue reading Australian Generations: Playtime
Australian Generations: Family
Episode four is all about family – from parental relationships and sibiling rivalries, to the … Continue reading Australian Generations: Family
Australian Generations: Making A Life
The final episode in a five part series featuring three generations of Australians, born between … Continue reading Australian Generations: Making A Life