Chronicle – Australia’s first dedicated history documentary streamer

Chronicle, Australia’s first dedicated history documentary streamer, has launched with a catalogue of programming that includes brand new Chronicle Originals.

Curated by historians and documentarians, Chronicle is a must for history lovers with the best history documentaries from Australia and around the world available online across all platforms and devices.

Chronicle’s history library launches with hundreds of documentaries as well as live and exclusive content from eminent historians who interpret the stories on the platform.

Program highlights for launch include two Chronicle Originals, The Bomber: The Terror of World War II, and As It Happened, which pulls back the curtain on some of the most shocking, notorious and captivating news stories of the past century.

The Bomber: The Terror of World War II, is about the one weapon that changed not only the battlefield, but war itself. The bomber extended the scope of military conflict to the far borders of entire nations and unleashed a terror the world had never known.  This 6 x 1 hour series, narrated by Callan McAuliffe, and with meticulous CGI recreations of the bombers was directed by Dan Jobson, produced by Edmund Duff and executive produced by Mike Keneally.

Other highlights include the Academy-Award nominated Berkeley in the Sixties, Lionel, the story of Australian Indigenous boxing legend and world champion Lionel Rose, The Grand Tours of Scotland series, Kokoda: The Spirit Lives and the epic tome Price of Empire: WWII with archive and first-hand accounts from the Second World War.

“We know how much Australians love history programming.  What is unique about Chronicle is that it is curated by historians and documentarians ensuring we present high quality programs. The viewing experience is further enhanced by expert commentary and opinion enabling audiences to go deeper into the stories that connect us all – that’s the power of history,” said Michael Tear, CEO of Wildbear Entertainment.

Chronicle is supported by Screen Canberra.

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