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Talking History

Aug 20, 2021

Artists often draw on real events, folk culture and family stories for inspiration, as well as occasionally delving into historical research as part of their craft. In this recording Dr Noris Ioannou and Sera Waters to share their thoughts on the relationship between folk culture, family influences and history on...


Jul 22, 2021

Holden historian Don Loffler and National Motor Museum senior curator Mick Bolognese discuss some of the most important landmarks in Holden’s manufacturing story.

In this recording we hear about National Motor Museum’s Holden Heroes exhibition, which features the company’s most prized heritage vehicle collection....


May 25, 2021

Special History Festival series: A State of Change

The History Festival has teamed up with Solstice Podcasting to give you a taste of the 2021 History Festival program.

In this special bonus episode, we take a walk with Rae Nunan and Catherine McMahon from the Estuary Care Foundation about the cultural, colonial and...


May 20, 2021

Special History Festival series: A State of Change

The History Festival has teamed up with Solstice Podcasting to give you a five-episode taste of the 2021 History Festival program.

This week on the podcast, Paddy O’Toole from the Willunga Branch of the National Trust of South Australia regales us with tales of 


May 17, 2021

This talk was recorded live for the opening of South Australia's History Festival in 2021, a special in-conversation event with Dr Jared Thomas and Dr Skye Krichauff as they examine the complexities of Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal understandings of past experiences and how different ways of knowing shape the practice...