SPEECHES FROM PEOPLE IN SOCIETY (Non-fiction)
Remembrance Day Speech by Paul Keating, Prime Minister, at the funeral service of the Unknown Australian Soldier, 11 November 1993. Remembrance Day Speech on YouTube.
The Redfern Address a speech by Paul Keating, Prime Minister 1992.
Aung San Suu Kyi – Acceptance of the 1991 Nobel Peace Prize in 2012
Barack Obama – The speech that made Obama president
Barack Obama – ‘Yes We Can’ speech
25 Iconic Speeches (Video clips of some of the most famous speeches in history)
Stolen Generations Apology speech by Kevin Rudd, Prime Minister. On February 13, 2008 “Sorry Day”, Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd addresses the Australian House of Commons, apologizing for the government programs which took children from Aboriginal families, the “stolen generations”. Copy of the speech.
Australian War Memorial – Talks and speeches page (contains several pages of speeches)
SPEECHES (Monologues) – characters in plays and films (Fiction)
List of movies having the order as shown below:
– Intro – Now you see Me (2013);
– The Great Dictator (1940);
– Network (1976);
– Rudy (1993);
– Scent of a Woman (1992);
– Good Will Hunting (1997);
– Deep Blue Sea (1999);
– Any Given Sunday (1999);
– The Pursuit of Happyness (2006);
– Rocky Balboa (2006);
– The Blind Side (2009).