This week on 7.30 ACT (Season finale)

By 9 December, 2011 1

Canberra Heritage

Yesterday, the Australian Heritage Council decided they would try and list the entire city in time for its centenary … but what does that actually mean? Adam Shirley speaks with Council Chair, Professor Carmen Lawrence.

Art Leaders

Aboriginal artists are famous worldwide – but whilst there are many indigenous people who create the works, very few are employed to market, conserve or curate them.
The National Gallery of Australia wants to change this – and it invited 10 indigenous art leaders from around the country to learn about the business.

History Girl

Narrabundah College student Ellen Trevanion is happiest when she’s uncovering stories from the past …and she’s just won a national history award for her efforts. Adam Shirley reports.

Nil Desperandum

One of Canberra’s pioneering homesteads – now available for rent if you want a weekend away, with an outside loo, no telly and just the sounds of the frogs. Craig Allen reports.

Kimball’s News

6 months after his cancer diagnosis, Chris Kimball talks to his mate Tim Gavel about what’s next and about the support he’s had from the Canberra community.

Closer – Smalltown

An exhibition at the National Archives … far flung towns across Australia through the eyes of author Tim Winton and photographer Martin Mischkulnig.

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One Response to This week on 7.30 ACT (Season finale)
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Spykler7:48 pm, 10 Dec 11

I was wondering how Kimball was getting on..6 months ago they did a special on his diagnosis and treatment..I saw him last week on the promo for this week’s 7.30 and it appears he has some follicle re-generation…Good news afoot?

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