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True Blue History Podcast

May 9, 2022

My guest today is former SAS Sergeant Harry Moffitt, who spent the majority of his 30 years in Australia’s Defence Force with the elite Special Air Service Regiment (SASR).

Harry completed 11 service deployments amassing nearly 1,000 days on combat operations globally, including being wounded in action in 2008. He...


Apr 24, 2022

Welcome to a very special episode with today’s guest, Dr Aaron Pegram as we talk about one of the Australians’ most significant military actions during the Great War

In early April 1918, the Australians and British had successfully defended the French village of Villers Bretonneux, only to have it lost later that...


Apr 19, 2022

Welcome back to our podcast with former Australian Army Combat Engineer, Author, Paralympian Gold medallist and World Champion, Curtis McGrath. We previously learned of his near-death experience with a landmine in Afghanistan that cost him his legs.

In Part 2, we speak with Curtis about his road to recovery; not just...


Apr 11, 2022

In todays podcast Adam is joined by former Australian Army Combat Engineer, Author, Paralympian Gold medallist and World Champion, Curtis McGrath.

While serving in Afghanistan in 2012, Curtis stepped on a land mine, which resulted in life threatening injuries. Still conscious and aware he’d bleed out within minutes,...


Apr 4, 2022

It is the 80th anniversary of Kokoda this year and who better to have along to talk about that then Dr Karl James of the Australian War Memorial. Dr James will talk about his book, Kokoda: Beyond the Legend, and how the fighting in New Guinea from July through to November 1942 was some of the toughest of the...