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1 Homeland Story : Friendship and Filmmaking in Donydji Homeland, North East Arnhem Land Glenda Hambly , Neville White , 2021 single work criticism
— Appears in: TEXT Special Issue , October no. 62 2021;
'This is the edited transcript of Session 5 of the Symposium on Creative Collaborations in Intercultural and Intermedial Spaces, convened by Creative Arts and English, La Trobe University, 7-9 July 2020. This session, chaired by Hester Joyce, began with an online screening of the documentary film, Homeland story. The screening was followed by a Q&A on Zoom with filmmaker, Glenda Hambly, and anthropologist, Neville White. This edited transcript of the post-screening discussion concludes with an afterword by Glenda Hambly: At the end came the script.' (Publication abstract)
1 form y separately published work icon Waiting at the Royal Glenda Hambly , ( dir. Glenda Hambly ) Australia : Nine Network , 2000 24553090 2000 single work film/TV
1 form y separately published work icon Raw FM 99.9. Raw FM Alison Tilson , Meaghan Smith , Elise McCredie , Andrew O'Sullivan , Luke Devenish , David Rapsey , Ray Argall , Katherine Gillick , Ranald Allan , Judi McCrossin , Jacquelin Perske , Glenda Hambly , ( dir. Aleksi Vellis et. al. )agent Australia : Australian Broadcasting Corporation Generation Films , 1997 Z1890778 1997 series - publisher film/TV

'99.9 RAW FM is the story of a community radio station that gets a licence to broadcast for a week, then for a further 90 days and then becomes a success. A phenomenal, unstoppable, ratings blitz smash.'

Source: Screen Australia. (Sighted: 28/11/2013)

1 form y separately published work icon State Coroner Michael Harvey , Bill Garner , Deborah Parsons , Graham Hartley , John Reeves , Patrick Edgeworth , Glenda Hambly , Barbara Bishop , Shane Brennan , John Coulter , Craig Wilkins , Annie Fox , Peter Hepworth , Tony McDonald , Michael Cove , Annie Beach , Deborah Sheldon , Michaeley O'Brien , Michael Joshua , Mandy Smith , ( dir. Paul Moloney et. al. )agent Australia : Crawford Productions Harvey Taft Productions , 1997-1998 Z1883320 1997-1998 series - publisher film/TV crime

'A fast-paced television drama set within the fascinating environment of a State Coroner's office complex. Each day a team of highly trained professionals deal with the questions of deaths, murders, accidents, suicides, fires, drownings and even the odd natural cause. We see their battles with grieving families, slow or meddling authorities and organized crime, from the initial inquiry through to the courtroom appearances and the Coroner's final verdict and recommendations for trial or reform.'

Source: Australian Television Information Archive (http://www.australiantelevision.net/statecoroner/statecoroner.html). (Sighted: 8/3/2013)

1 form y separately published work icon Mercury Sonia Borg , John Cundill , Glenda Hambly , David Rapsey , Deborah Parsons , Bill Garner , Sue Hore , Cliff Green , Cliff Green , ( dir. Kate Woods et. al. )agent Australia : Australian Broadcasting Corporation , 1996 Z1889211 1996 series - publisher film/TV

'Set in a newspaper, MERCURY looks at the lives of journalists and their relationships with the paper and each other.'

Source: Screen Australia.

2 form y separately published work icon Ship to Shore John Rapsey , Glenda Hambly , Mary Morris , Everett de Roche , Jon Stephens , John Cundill , Judi McCrossin , David Phillips , Craig Wilkins , Geoffrey Nottage , Barbara Bishop , David Marsh , Peter A. Kinloch , Lynn Bayonas , Patrick Edgeworth , Sheila Sibley , Graham Foreman , Anthony Ellis , Stephen Measday , Ysabelle Dean , Nicholas Flanagan , Ron Elliott , Alison Nisselle , Trevor Todd , Sarah Smith , Philip Jeng Kane , ABC Television (publisher), Nine Network (publisher), ( dir. Karl Zwicky et. al. )agent Perth Australia : Barron Entertainment ABC Television Nine Network , 1993-1996 Z845012 1993 series - publisher film/TV children's adventure

Children's adventure television series about children who live on fictional Circe Island, a fishing community and communications base off the coast of Western Australia. The first series featured episodes in which the children outwitted adults, particularly the character Hermes Endakis. The series later emphasised environmental issues, particularly in the second series, where the children try to stop a big corporation from destroying their island.

1 form y separately published work icon Secrets Graeme Koetsveld , Tony Kavanagh , Tony Morphett , John Cundill , Everett de Roche , Glenda Hambly , Deb Cox , Jay Cook , ( dir. Steve Jodrell et. al. )agent Australia : Australian Broadcasting Corporation , 1993 7002459 1993 series - publisher film/TV thriller crime

'The story of three young people recruited to a secret Australian Government intelligence agency to deal with difficult and occasionally violent security matters.'

Source: Screen Australia. (Sighted: 6/2/2014)

1 form y separately published work icon Law of the Land Glenda Hambly , Peter Gawler , Bill Garner , Galia Hardy , Shane Brennan , Ro Hume , John Coulter , Jan Sardi , Emma J. Steele , ( dir. Michael Offer et. al. )agent 1993 Australia : Roadshow Coote and Carroll Nine Network , 1993-1995 6019480 1993 series - publisher film/TV crime

Produced by the same television production company responsible for the successful medical drama G.P., Law of the Land moved away from the inner-city urbanity of G.P. Set in the fictional small town of Merringanee, series one involves the arrival in town of young magistrate Peter Lawrence, who (thanks to a stolen car and a long-buried body) learns that the locals have their own way of enforcing the law.

Series two involved a different character, Kate Chalmers, unravelling the truth behind Peter Lawrence's death.

The program ran to a total of four thirteen-episode series, yet it is obscure enough today that little information about it is readily available.

Cinematographer Brendan Lavelle did, however, contribute an article to Metro Magazine ('A Day in the Life: The Work of a Cinematographer', issue 99) while he was working on the series.

1 form y separately published work icon Lift Off Chris Anastassiades , Josephine Barcelon , Garth Boomer , Ray Boseley , Shane Brennan , Anne Brooksbank , Tony Cavanaugh , Cameron Clarke , Elizabeth Coleman , Bruce Currie , Terry Denton , Roger Dunn , Bob Ellis , Sue Giles , Barbara Gliddon , Jutta Goetze , Robert Greenberg , Mac Gudgeon , Glenda Hambly , Mandy Hampson , Jennifer Hill , Sue Hore , Graham Hartley , John Hepworth , P. J. Hogan , Sally Irwin , Paul Jennings , Anthony Lucas , Neil Luxmoore , Christine Madafferi , Rick Maier , Maureen McCarthy , Narelle McRobbie , Stephen Measday , John Misto , Jocelyn Moorhouse , Paul Nichola , Jeff Peck , Rod Quantock , Ian Pidd , Penny Robenstone Harris , Pamela Rushby , Jan Sardi , Leon Saunders , Moya Sayer-Jones , Steve J. Spears , Peter Viska , Judy Zavos , Jo Wilkie , Julian Wigley , Tony Watts , Mark Trounce , Jeremy Parker , Ross Noble , Anne Joliffe , John Harding , Maurice Giacomini , Sue Edgar , Mark A. Eady , Nancy Black , ( dir. Mario Andreacchio et. al. )agent Melbourne : Australian Children's Television Foundation , 1992-1996 Z1855640 1992-1996 series - publisher film/TV children's fantasy science fiction

A mixture of live-action, puppetry, animation, and documentary, Lift Off centred on a group of children who lived in the same neighbourhood and whose imaginations made their environment a world of fun and excitement. However, the program also explored issues such as pain, loneliness, jealousy, and anger. The program was aimed at three-year-old to eight-year-old viewers (as defined by Harvard University developmental psychologist Howard Gardner), and was linked to school curricula through the Curriculum Corporation of Australia.

1 3 form y separately published work icon Police Rescue ABC Television (publisher), Peter Schreck , Philip Cornford , Christopher Lee , Steve Wright , John Lonie , Debra Oswald , Keith Thompson , Andrew Prowse , Andrea Del Bosco , Michael Brindley , Elizabeth Coleman , Mary Morris , Chris Roache , Greg Millin , Rick Maier , Glenda Hambly , Deborah Parsons , Daniel Krige , Richard Mortlock , David O'Brien , ( dir. Michael Carson et. al. )agent 1989 Sydney Australia : Southern Star Xanadu ABC Television , 1989-1996 Z1703864 1989 series - publisher film/TV

An Australian television series which deals with the New South Wales Police Rescue Squad and its work attending to various incidents from road accidents to train crashes.

1 18 form y separately published work icon Home and Away Alan Bateman , Seven Network (publisher), Sarah Walker , Margaret Wilson , Sam Meikle , Sandy Webster , Matt Anderson , Fiona Bozic , Dan Bennett , Sue Hore , Sean Nash , James Walker , Ray Harding , Bruce Hancock , Phil Lloyd , Jason Herbison , David Worthington , Alister Webb , Andrew Osborne , John Hanlon , Greg Haddrick , Greg Stevens , Fiona Kelly , Faith McKinnon , Alison Nisselle , Maureen Ann Moran , Sarah Duffy , Phil Saunders , Stephen Vagg , Ysabelle Dean , Bevan Lee , Kelly Lefever , Anthony Ellis , Mary Dagmar-Davies , Clare Atkins , Lily Taylor , Kevin Roberts , Chelsea Cassio , Lyn Ogilvy , Cameron Welsh , Anne Brooksbank , John Hugginson , Morgan Smith , Jennifer Mellet , Christopher Gist , Louise Crane , Trent Atkinson , Leigh McGrath , Kaneana May , Neil Luxmoore , Adam Dolman , Greg Millin , Cassandra Carter , Sally Webb , Mardi McConnochie , Felicity Packard , Sabour Bradley , Rick Held , Kit Oldfield , Alexa Wyatt , Edwina Searle , Josh Mapleston , Kate Bradley , Sharyn Rosenberg , Elizabeth Coleman , John Coulter , Anthony Morris , Alison Boadle , Carla Kettner , Boaz Stark , Lois Booton , Judith Colquhoun , Michael Joshua , Cath Roden , Lesley Lewis , Zokov Nyste , Katrina Foster , Lisa Williams , Lynette Jacob , Coral Drouyn , Meg Mappin , Mark Grzic , Christine McCourt , Tom Galbraith , Drew Proffitt , Graham Foreman , Craig Wilkins , Jenny Sharp , Chris Phillips , Daniel Widdowson , Elizabeth Packett , Vicki Englund , Alan Hardy , Fiona Wood , Jenny Lewis , Samuel Atwell , Scott Taylor , Galia Hardy , Holly Lyons , Barbara Bishop , Bradley Souber , Peter Dick , Luke Devenish , Nicky Amall , Vanessa Critchley , Brooke Wilson , David Allen , Michael Harvey , Denise Morgan , David William Boutland , Pru Colville , Ray Kolle , Les Knight , Mark Elder , Jennifer Smart , Jon Concannon , Ericka Dobbins , Jane Allen , Peter Mattessi , Alex Papps , Justine Gillmer , Stuart Page , Nick King , Serge Lazareff , Blake Ayshford , James Balian , Alan Bateman , Kirrilly Burton , Louise Crawford , Jane Eakin , Ina Haas , Glenda Hambly , Matthew Hile , Raymond Meiksa , Rob Menzies , David Mesman , Annette Moore , Andy Muir , Gabrielle Somers , Matthew Tonna , Jeff Truman , Emily Vann , Peter Neale , David O'Brien , Phil Sanders , Leon Saunders , Daniel Krige , Deborah Parsons , Rebecca Greensill , Fin Edquist , 1988 Australia : Seven Network , 1988- Z1367287 1988 series - publisher film/TV

Home and Away is a television serial created by Alan Bateman and produced by the Seven Network. The idea for the series came to Bateman (then head of drama at Seven) after he stopped to buy ice-creams in a small country town in southern NSW. While chatting to some locals, he learned that the town was unhappy about plans to build a home for foster kids from the city. At that time, Channel Seven was still smarting from its decision to let Neighbours go to the Ten Network, where it had become hugely popular, and was looking to create another series to rival its success. Bateman saw in the idea that became Home and Away the potential for plenty of storylines and conflict by having streetwise city kids being relocated to a small regional environment,

In the beginning, the series focused on Pippa and Tom Fletcher, who, being unable to have children of their own, decide to become foster parents. When Tom is retrenched from his city job, the couple buy the rundown Summer Bay Caravan Park and move there with their five foster children. Soon after arriving, they also take in troublesome Bobby Simpson.

The series debuted in January 1988 with an hour-long telemovie. Although this rated well, the series itself took some while to develop an audience. Having learned their lesson from the Neighbours debacle, Network Seven gave its new show time, and its ratings gradually increased. As with Neighbours, the Home and Away series and performers became very popular in the United Kingdom.

1 2 form y separately published work icon Fran Glenda Hambly , ( dir. Glenda Hambly ) Western Australia : Barron Entertainment , 1985 Z1901045 1985 single work film/TV

'A contemporary drama about a welfare mother whose sexual needs conflict with her need to love and care for her young children.'

Source: Screen Australia

1 49 form y separately published work icon Neighbours Reg Watson , Seven Network (publisher), Network Ten (publisher), John Hanlon , Reg Watson , Jeff Truman , Ray Kolle , Katrina Foster , John Upton , Anthony Morris , Philippa Burne , Sarah Mayberry , Ian Coughlan , Helen MacWhirter , Elizabeth Packett , Judith Colquhoun , Jenny Lewis , Lois Booton , Lyn Ogilvy , Emma J. Steele , Peter Dick , David Allen , Scott Taylor , Betty Quin , Louise Le Nay , Jason Herbison , Roger Moulton , Marieke Hardy , David Hannam , Ysabelle Dean , Don Battye , Linda Stainton , Sarah Dollard , Wayne Doyle , Hugh Stuckey , Stuart Page , Christopher Gist , Christine McCourt , Martin McKenna , Barbara Angell , Jason Daniel , Margaret Wilson , Sam Meikle , Chris McTrustry , Ginny Lowndes , Alan Hopgood , Chris Corbett , Ray Harding , Sally Webb , David Phillips , Jon Stephens , Piers Hobson , Kit Oldfield , Drew Proffitt , Jane Allen , Eloise Healey , Rick Maier , Gavin Strawhan , Cath Roden , Victoria Osbourne , Jo Watson , Craig Wilkins , Bert Deling , Fiona Wood , Bill Searle , Christine Schofield , Kate Langbroek , Boaz Stark , Christine Madafferi , Michael Joshua , Alix Beane , Rick Held , Roger Dunn , Jo Horsburgh , Susan Bower , Glenda Hambly , Adam Bowen , Clare Mendes , Sue Hore , Lesley Lewis , Chris Phillips , Greg Stevens , Luke Devenish , Kelly Lefever , Mia Tolhurst , Greg Millin , David Worthington , Malcolm Frawley , Serge Lazareff , Deborah Sheldon , Samuel Genocchio , Patrick Edgeworth , Elizabeth Huntley , Graham Hartley , Judy Nunn , Nicholas Langton , Philip Ryall , Timothy Daly , Steve J. Spears , Michaeley O'Brien , Fiona Kelly , Steven Vidler , Hamilton Budd , Chelsea Cassio , John Smythe , Maureen Ann Moran , Kier Shorey , Shaun Charles , Chris Milne , Mark Shirrefs , Graeme Farmer , Sabour Bradley , Chris Hawkshaw , David O'Brien , Don Linke , Sheila Sibley , Coral Drouyn , Tony Cavanaugh , Patrea Smallacombe , 1985 Australia : Reg Grundy Enterprises FremantleMedia Australia , 1985-2022 Z1367509 1985 series - publisher film/TV

A daily television drama series set in the fictional Melbourne suburb of Erinsborough, Neighbours chronicles the lives of the residents of Ramsay Street. The series initially revolved around three families: the Ramsays (at number 24 Ramsay Street), the Robinsons (at number 26), and the Clarkes (at number 28). The scope of the series has since broadened to include new Ramsay Street familes.

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