Former Child Migrant Rupert Hewison shares his personal history, from his time at St. Faith's Home in Surry, UK to his being sent to Fairbridge House ‘Tresca’ in Tasmania.
Helen Harms writes about her experiences and shares photographs from her childhood in Nazareth House, Wynumm, Queensland.
Listen to author Al 'Crow' Fletcher talk about his experiences at Westbrook Farm Home for Boys.
Former Child Migrant Rupert Hewison writes about a birthday phonecall from his mother, received while he was at St Faith's Home, Surrey, England, in the 1960s.
Forgotten Australian and author Lily Fontaine has published her autobiography 'The Other Side'.
Sally Pryor, from 'The Canberra Times', reported on last week's talk by Alfred Fletcher, author of 'Brutal', at the National Museum of Australia.
Maureen Cuskelly shares some detailed recollections of her experiences at St Aidan's, Bendigo, where she lived from the age of eight to 17.
Darren Sugars sings 'Sleep Well Tonight', an original track which he says is 'inspired by the personal narratives of two brave Forgotten Australians who are dear to him'.
'Iconducted an archaelogical excavation of my past ...' Listen to Margaret Spivey talk about her autobiography 'Defying the Gatekeeper: One Girl's True Story of Resistance and Rebellion'.
Listen to an interview with Dr Michael Davey, former ward of the state and author of 'Journey of Hope', on ABC Radio National.