Graham Evans shares a photograph of the St Vincent's choir in 1962.
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'.
ABC-TV's 7.30 program reports on the soon-to-be released film Oranges and Sunshine.
Award-winning film maker and visual artist, Rachael Romero, writes about the image of the knife that was used in a theatre production at the Pines (Convent of the Good Shepherd):
Alchemy Theatre's production of Sanctuary, written by Chris Dickens is touring Victoria this month.
Oranges and Sunshine, a film produced in 2010 and directed by Jim Loach, tells the story of Margaret Humphreys who brought public awareness to the British child migration scheme and who later established the Child Migrants Trust.
In this song, David Mulholland provides a child's perspective of being made a ward of the state in children's court and being sent to a Children's Home.
You can listen to tracks from Leanne Hawkins' CD In Memory of Forgotten Australians at Leanne's website.
Singer/songwriter Leanne Hawkins is a second-generation Forgotten Australian.
Coming up in January in Sydney – live theatre performance of The Fence, a story close to the hearts of Forgotten Australians and Stolen Generations.