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Life In The 1960’s

Tuesday 31st October / posted by Chris Wheeldon

There's an old saying about the famous Woodstock festival of 1969, if you can remember it you weren't there.

Woodstock was one of the defining events in the USA in the 60's, but what was happening in Australia?

TV comic, social activist and safari-suit wearing Australian legend Noeline Brown has trawled the National Library of Australia for images reflecting the era.

RTRFM's Danae Gibson spoke to Noeline about the inspirations behind her new book, Living The 1960's.

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