Period thriller serial All The Way was set in 1963 where journalist Alan Scott becomes caught up in a conspiracy involving nuclear testing on Australian soil.
A series quickly followed the mini series and opened out to introduce more soapy elements taking in the family lives of the journalists, politicians etc involved in the mini series.
The title came from a 1966 phrase uttered by Prime Minister Harold Holt about how far Australia would become involved in the Vietnam War.
Australia / Channel 9 – Crawford / Mini Series: 3x120m-e Series: 26x60m-e / 1988 (Mini series Broadcast 20 – 22 April / Series proper began: 21 November 1988)
Creator: Terry Stapleton / Producer: Brendon Lunney / Camera: Frank Hammond / Costume: Clare Griffen / Design: Ro Bruen-Cook / Directors: Ric Pellizzeri (episode 1) / Chris Adshead (episode 2) / Brendan Maher (episode 3)
MARTIN SACKS as Alan Scott
ROWENA WALLACE as Elaine Seymour
DENNIS MILLER as Ray Scott
MAGGIE MILLAR as Lorna Scott
PETER SUMNER as Philip Seymour
DIANA DAVIDSON as Madeleine
JOY SMITHERS as Gillian Porter
LISA HENSLEY as Christine Scott
JACQUI McKENZIE as Penelope Seymour
GRIGOR TAYLOR as Mike O’Brien
RALPH COTTERILL as Mr Bower
JOE DOLCE as Franco
BRENDA ADDIE as Mrs Birch
JOHN LEE as Sir Peter Edwin