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The Screen Guide

In the 25 years after World War II, many fundamental changes occurred in Australian life. This series examines the period from the 1950s to 1975, covering the major events of the times and the more subtle changes that occurred in lifestyles and values. Episodes feature archival material, and recollections of key personalities of the period. The title comes from a statement in 1949 by Labor MP Fred Daly, when Labor was defeated in the election: 'In all my time, that was the election we should have won, and it would've been a new world for sure'.

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Crew

Producer
Toni Steinbrecher
Executive Producers
Tony Summer

Production Details

Production Completion Date
1984
Genre
History and national identity
Production Company
Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Sales

International Sales
ABC Content Sales