Tayamangajirri (which means 'we look after each other') follows the lives of a team of women from Tiwi Islands who work day and night making sure that the Island's kids and families are safe.
On April 15, 1989, 96 people died and hundreds were injured at Hillsborough Stadium. See the tragedy through the eyes of those there that day, many speaking for the first time.
The ancient city of Palenque was once a hub of Mayan civilisation. For centuries it lay hidden under layers of tropical vegetation, until modern archaeologists revealed it to the world.
Jay Soule is a multidisciplinary artist known as Chippewar in the Indigenous community. His internationally recognised work expresses much of the angst of today's Indigenous population in Canada.
This episode follows the story of the isolated and iconic Australian outback town of Birdsville. The town's population of just over 100 people mushrooms twice a year with a flood of almost 20,000 partygoers who transform this quiet outpost. For one weekend in September the dusty desert hosts The Birdsville Races, dubbed 'the Melbourne Cup of the Outback', and for three days in July there's The Big Red Bash, billed as the world's most remote music festival. But what happens when the tourists depart, the mercury hits 49.5 degrees Celsius, and an army of flies occupies this remote town?
First demo recordings unlock polar emotions as students are exposed to the sound of their own story, revealed by their own voice.
Hope unleashes more brutal truths as students walk the line towards the final recordings.
Officers suspect a Brazilian student isn't taking her visa conditions seriously. Biosecurity officers uncover an infestation of live animals with devastating potential.
Follow officers of the Department of Home Affairs, Australian Border Force, and the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service, as they enforce Australian immigration, customs, quarantine and finance laws.
A group of travellers arrive with an unusual story. Biosecurity officers find a dangerous concealment, but things get heated when they are caught red-handed.
As the only living tattoo artist from the Nisga'a Nation, Nakkita Trimble hopes to revive the traditional process of tattooing known as gihlee'e.
Marjorie Tahbone, an Alaskan artist of Inupiaq heritage, was first among the living women of her family to get her traditional chin tattoo.
In the 20th century, the Maori of New Zealand all but lost their tattooing tradition.
Seattle-born artist Nahaan sees tattoo, like many other forms of artistic expression, as a political act and a form of resistance.
If Keone Nunes had never picked up the tools and answered the call to master of kakau, there would likely be no traditional tattooing in Hawaii today.
The journey to rock bottom ignites new beginnings, as students continue to confront their worst and begin the climb to honest songwriting.
Prison reality hits with severe consequences, while the challenge of life beyond bars prompts unsettling confessions.
A nervous passenger gets the attention of officers when a vile stench is detected in his luggage. A Chinese couple try to blame their children for bringing a major biosecurity risk.
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