Family albums, photos pressed between the pages of a second-hand book, a photo on a postcard, a greying, dog eared picture on Tumblr.
Old pictures are full of stories. They’re a window into another world, expressions frozen on faces, clothes just as they were.
What can they show us? And what are they hiding?
Produced by Sky Kirkham with additional production by Michael Brydon
We Were Always Here
John Ebert regularly posts vintage photos of gay couples on Twitter. Some photos are from as much as 100 years ago. He tags them with #wewerealwayshere. He says they were able to be taken as part of a gay underground that operated in those early times.
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Produced by Rose Lane
Additional production by Sky Kirkham
No one expects a box of tapes to explain the story behind a strangely posed photo of the grandparents.
But when he was looking through old family photographs, producer David Ross found a cassette made between his mum and her mum more than 20 years ago, where they talked about where his mum was born and why she came to be there.
It talks about a rather forgotten episode in the post-war centrifugal destruction of the British empire, as its long oppressed components spun off.
Produced by David Ross
Music Credits: Roma Khleb, RJB
State Coordinators: Bethany Atkinson-Quinton and Sky Kirkham
Executive Producers: Jess O’Callaghan and Heidi Pett
Presenters: Pip Rasmussen and Michael Brydon
Image Credit: Supplied by David Ross