Bullocky Bill and HIs Old Red Team by Ed Dyson 22 June, 2021 - Read by Paul Danger McLean The Poem From a river siding, the railway town, Or the dull new port there three days down, Forward and… Continue reading →
Rippling Water by Adam Lindsay Gordon 16 June, 2021 - A poem about the tides of life ... Read by Damian Rieck The Poem The maiden sat by the river side (The rippling water murmurs… Continue reading →
Bellbirds by Henry Kendall. 8 June, 2021 - Bellbirds by Henry Kendall is one of Australia's best loved poems, and almost every Australian has at one time or another heard or repeated its… Continue reading →
The Australian Slanguage by William Thomas Doodge 1 June, 2021 - The Australian language has come a long way since our country was colonised. Here's a taste of what our slang was like back in the… Continue reading →
The Ballad of the Drover by Henry Lawson 27 May, 2021 - The sad tale of a soon-to-be-wed drover coming home after months on the road. Read by Rachel Blundey. The Poem Across the stony ridges, Across… Continue reading →
The Man From Ironbark by Banjo Paterson 20 May, 2021 - A man from the Bush who visit Sydney and becomes the subject of a practical joke by a mischievous barber. Read by Paul Danger McLean… Continue reading →
Witchery Knows by William Henry Ogilvie 13 May, 2021 - William Henry Ogilvie recounts the thrills of fox-hunting through the eyes of a horse, Witchery. Read by Kerry-Anne James The Poem Witchery knows what it… Continue reading →
Outback by Henry Lawson 5 May, 2021 - One of Henry Lawson's more famous poems, it tells of the trials and tribulations of living Australia's outback. Read by Damian Rieck Sound Design by… Continue reading →
The Wind’s Message by Banjo Paterson 29 April, 2021 - A cool breeze causes a bushman to embrace his love of the Australian outback. Read by John Martin The Poem There came a whisper down… Continue reading →
The Never-Never Land by Henry Lawson 22 April, 2021 - Many poets have their own view of our great Southern Land. Here's Henry Lawson's take on it. Read by Rachel Blundey The Poem By homestead,… Continue reading →