In the final episode of A Hidden Legacy, a look at what the future for Anzac Day holds following its 100th year anniversary.
In this episode, a look at what the legacy the battle of Gallipoli has left in a cultural sense for Turkish Australians.
In the fourth episode of A Hidden Legacy, the seeds of friendship: what the heartfelt tribute in 1934 by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk means for Turkish Australians.
In the third episode of A Hidden Legacy, we hear the stories of Turkish Australians who have visited Gallipoli, and the feelings their trips evoked.
In the second episode of A Hidden Legacy, a tale of two histories: how Turkish Australians learn about, and then attempt to balance, the two sides of the infamous battle.
In the first episode of A Hidden Legacy, the story of the ‘Mehmets': a look at the infamous battle of Gallipoli from the Turkish side.
Standing at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli at the 100th year dawn service, an unexpected thought overpowered all emotions.
I was interviewed by ABC Radio National’s Afternoons presenter Michael Mackenzie on the Turkish perspective of the Gallipoli campaign.
My piece in The Conversation on how the Turkish perspective remains neglected in the discussions around the legacy of Anzac.
Listen to an interview I gave as part of La Trobe University’s new “Gallipoli and the Great War” subject.