A documentary following the oldest surviving culture on Earth, the Bininj people of the Aboriginal lands of Kakadu, who maintain a traditional life, as they have done so for over 65,000 years.
The life story of Alfreda Glynn, a 78-year-old Aboriginal woman and co-founder of the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association and Imparja TV.
Alone on a remote beach in one of the most beautiful yet brutal environments in the world, award-winning film director Warwick Thornton attempts to change his life.
The story of Warlpiri elder and lawman Francis Jupurrurla Kelly, who was instrumental in starting the Indigenous media industry in Australia and who now serves as chair of the Central Land Council.
This program follows the Aboriginal communities fighting against fracking plans in the Northern Territory.
How do mandalas feature in the floor plan of a mandir? Who conducts a puja service? What does aarti involve? Explore these questions and others through an exploration of Hindu religious beliefs and rituals.
Miriam wants to know what the Australian Dream means for people around the country. So she is off on a road trip, driving a fully equipped motorhome and embarking on the adventure of a lifetime.
The US is the world leader in solitary confinement, with more than 80,000 American prisoners being held in isolation. In recent years, more than 30 states have begun to experiment with reforms aimed at reducing the use of solitary. Filmed over three years, this searing documentary offers the most comprehensive exploration of this controversial practice, with immersive, unprecedented access to the solitary unit at Maine State Prison. It portrays the psychological integration of human beings, and the challenge of how to deal with men considered the most dangerous and difficult in the state.
The Pacific Island nation of Kiribati is one of the most remote places on the planet, far-removed from the pressures of modern life. Yet it is on the crux of an existential crisis from climate change.
What is a guru? Why do gurdwaras have four doors? What food is served during services? Explore these questions and more by tracing the history of Sikhism and looking at the rituals that serve as expressions of faith.
Miriam is leaving the home she shares with her life partner, Heather, in the Southern Highlands of NSW to travel around the country to discover what it means to be an Australian today in this eye-opening and timely series.
On Women's Week, a studio van was parked in locations across rich and poor areas of Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. The studio van was made available to any woman who felt like sharing her story.
In the wake of the Civil War, a revolution is taking place on the backs of visionary entrepreneurs of industry. Before they become brand names, budding innovators like Henry Heinz, John and Will Kellogg, and CW Post push the limits of ingenuity to launch businesses that will revolutionize industry, and change the landscape of the nation forever.
Where does the term 'mosque' come from? Where does the mihrab face? What does wudu involve? Explore these questions and others by taking learners through a mosque to experience the rituals performed by Muslims.
Ever get the impression that a---holes are taking over? This timely documentary from John Walker investigates the breeding grounds of contemporary a---holes culture and searches for signs of civility in a rude and nasty universe.
Thirty years after the worst nuclear radiation catastrophe in history, two scientists have now been allowed access to the area surrounding Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.
In this funny, heart-warming and revealing episode, we speak to kids from around Australia - from the city to the country - about families, friendships, screen time, bullying, sex, death, and the internet.
Where is the ark in a synagogue? How many candles are in a menorah? When does Shabbat take place? Explore these questions and more by investigating the sacred objects and services that are held within a synagogue.
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