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Military schoolboys blur the line between society and savagery when marooned on an island, in an adaptation of William Golding's classic novel.
Australian comedian Lawrence Leung reads Hairy Maclary and Zachary Quack by Lynley Dodd to the Play School toys on the Story Time couch.
Cathy Freeman reflects on the importance of her Indigenous identity in her athletics career, and reactions to her decision to celebrate her 1994 Commonwealth Games gold medal win by carrying both the Aboriginal and Australian flags. Discussion questions: Why was carrying the Aboriginal flag as part of Freeman's celebration controversial at the time? How were reactions to Adam Goodes' "war dance" celebration similar or different?
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg overcame many obstacles to reach the pinnacle of the law profession. What were some of the challenges she faced? How are things different in universities nowadays? How have things changed for women in the workplace? What are some challenges that remain?
Former National Indigenous Youth Parliament prime minister Aretha Brown explains how Aboriginal people from Menindee mission were forced to perform in the re-enactment of the arrival of the First Fleet in Australia in 1788 for the sesquicentenary in 1938.
How well do you know your Bluey basics? Test your knowledge of the Heeler family's structure and the way they live their lives.
Take a journey around the globe's major religions, including Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism. Discover how believers see the world and celebrate it.
In October 2018 eight Australians with conflicting views on asylum seekers went back to where those refugees came from. Join them on a journey of intercultural and ethical understanding of war.
Meet the poster puppy of unstructured play, as Bluey and her family and friends explore their world through games at home or discoveries outside the house.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.