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1: Greg lvone hunts the dingo on the frontier between the wild highlands of Victoria and the farms in the valleys. Reporter David Wright. Presenter Neil Walker.
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2: Michael Long 's domineering father tried to prevent him learning to fly or becoming a doctor.
Today, Long shares his passion for both activities with students who regard him as a guru.
Reporter David Wright. A Revolution Recordings production
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Australians presented by Neil Walker.
3: Ross Blair is almost 80, but still rides in the annual cattle round-up on the high plains of Victoria. Thanks to the "greenies", three generations of the Blair family now risk losing their lifestyle and their farm. Reporter David Wright. A Revolution Recordings production
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Australians with a quest.
1: John Wamsley. Conservationist John Wamsley has become famous for shooting from the lip. His actions, combined with his outspoken criticism of Australia's poor conservation record, have brought him daily death threats and a spell in prison. A Revolution Recordings production
|Genome: [r4 Bd=19940824]||Reporter David Wright meets Australians with a quest. |
2: Nearly 100 years after the gold rush came to an end in the State of Victoria, a nurse, a factory worker and an odd-job man are busy hacking away at the rock. sure of one day finding a gold-laden reef. A Revolution Recordings production
|Genome: [r4 Bd=19940831]||David Wright meets Australians with a quest. 3: Ian and Jenny Napier went looking for a retreat from the bustle of mainland Australia and bought the lease on Chappell Island. |
A Revolution Recordings production
|Genome: [r4 Bd=19940907]||Last of the series in which David Wright meets Australians with a quest. |
It has taken 40,000 years for the Aboriginal culture to develop, and less than 200 for the white man to destroy it. Former-Rhodesian Jim Doyle is trying to record their detailed knowledge of bush medicine and food. A Revolution Recordings production