Ep. 09 - Headstone: That Insidious Thing
My Pop and Nan (Brian and Mary Hill) on their wedding day.
The Hills looking very stylish in the 70s. (left to right: Eleanor, Mary, Brian, Sue)
The Hills more recently. (left to right: Sue, Mary, Brian, Eleanor)
Nan and Pop at Pop's 80th birthday party.
Ep. 08 - Headstone: The Chinese Mystery
The main headstone, which sits behind the others.
One half of the headstones. You can notice lines cut into the concrete that mark out a grave.
The other half of the headstones.
Ep. 07 - Headstone: Intro
The headstone for poor old George Johnson. While the epitaph is undoubtedly comical, George was a real person, who did die in these circumstances. He had been suspected of stealing horses, but had merely purchased one of them off the actual thief.
Ep. 06 - An Extraordinary Thing (Part Three): The Naturopath and The Activist
The Naturopath: Jad Patrick. (image from prahranhealthfoods.com.au)
The Activist: Dr. Tamasin Ramsay. (image from perfectblend.net)
The Facebook post from a friend of mine. The figures aren't accurate for Australia, as 1kg of steak tends to use 500L of water. But you still get an idea of what it takes.
Below is the video Tamasin mentioned the ALV shows people when they do outreach. Not for the squeamish, but recommended viewing for every meat-eater.
Ep. 05 - Flight of the Family
Ep. 04 - Pride, Passion and Glory
The banner-making at Doutta Gala Community Hall.
The banner for the final match.
The young Chinese man discussing his plan with Blair Cottrell, the leader of the United Patriots Front.
Police in riot gear walk between the protest and a small group of left-wingers, dressed in black in the distance.
All those at the rally celebrate the day.
Ep. 01 - An Extraordinary Thing (Part One): Killing Dotcom
As Dotcom's blood pooled on the ground, it became foamy. Not sure why.
Dotcom has been bled out and skinned, and is in the process of being raised to be gutted.
Ep. 00 - Big Trouble in Little Coburg
Before the fighting on Bell St, the rally in the Coburg mall. Most of these people would march to confront the right-wing "Patriots".
After the first fight, down with the "Patriots".
A line of police keeping the left-wing protesters away from the "Patriots".
Behind the left-wing group blocking Bell St.