Sep 6, 2020
Inland Australia’s complex system of winding rivers, extensive
wetlands, ancient waterholes and seemingly endless parched
floodplains are rarely given more than a passing thought by
many Australians, understandably so, most Australians live on the coastal fringes.
Yet these waterways are a natural attractor along...
Jul 25, 2020
To the Russian officers in Stalin’s politburo, it was named for the local farming village of Nazino, others would refer to it as Nazinski Island, but to the locals the Island had a much more sinister name. A name that speaks for itself when reflecting the horrors that unfolded on that little slice of Russian...
May 23, 2020
The Inuit told of a group of forty men dragging a boat south, they were all very thin and using sign language made it known that their ship had been crushed in the ice, they purchased a seal from the Inuit. Later the same season, the same party were encountered, or at least what remained of them about a day’s walk...
Apr 6, 2020
WARNING: THIS EPISODE
CONTAINS DISTURBING THEMES
Over the decades since its construction, countless people have chosen to end their lives at Melbourne's West Gate bridge. Many of those who landed in water, surviving the fall, drowned afterwards.
Tragically, this is the fate that met an innocent 4-year-old girl, Darcy...
Mar 10, 2020
Charles Yelverton O'Connor was best known for developing
Fremantle Harbour and for the Goldfields Water Supply Scheme (often
known simply as the Goldfields Pipeline), it was the latter project
that drove him to despair and to eventually take his own life.
"I feel that my brain is suffering and I am in great fear of...