The turbulent events of Gallipoli during WW1 and the endurance of the ANZAC legend
Australia and the legend of Anzac
Two New Zealand soldiers recall the momentous events at Gallipoli.
The life of Trooper Horace Thomas Dalton, "Black Digger"
Clive James reads us his Anzac Day poem ‘In Town for the March’.
We hear archive from the Campaign of 1915, also voices from modern Turkey
Pay tribute to Billy Sing - an ANZAC soldier of Chinese descent
Emerging as a new republic after World War One, how has this influenced Turkey today?
Lieutenant Geoffrey Leslie defied the odds to survive 8 months with ANZAC at Gallipoli
Horace Dalton was an Aboriginal soldier in the Australian Imperial Force in WW1
An Australian says the Aboriginal ANZAC experience has traditionally been overlooked
Sharon Mascall asks how true is the Anzac Legend?