In 1868, an Aboriginal cricket team journeyed to the UK, it was Australia's first sports team to tour overseas. Walkabout Wickets follows the 2018 National Indigenous cricket teams to the UK to retrace those steps.
After the 2018 ball tampering scandal, Australian cricket is in crisis. A captain, a vice-captain and a young batsman have been banned, and a new captain and coach must lead the team into a new era.
We explore the history, achievements and struggles of Aboriginal sportsmen involved in our national game, Australian rules football.
Revisit some of the greatest moments of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
This once-in-a-lifetime special event features newly filmed interviews with the people who made that landmark night so special, including Nikki Webster, Human Nature, Cathy Freeman and more.
An insightful look at Collingwood through the 2018 AFL season. Nathan Buckley guides the club from crisis mode to grand final. Brodie Grundy, Jarryd Blair, and Adam Treloar open up about their physical and mental challenges.
The Redtails, an inspiring rep team that seeks to achieve social engagement via health and education programs for Aboriginal footballers, take on the Darwin All Stars in the Heart of the Nation clash.
In 2001, the tiny Pacific island of American Samoa suffered a world record 31-0 defeat at the hands of Australia, garnering headlines across the world as the worst football team on the planet.
Heritier Lumumba, formerly known as Harry O'Brien, was in the middle of his best season of AFL when his club president, Eddie McGuire, made a racist on-air comment, suggesting that Sydney Swans player Adam Goodes could be used to promote a King Kong musical. As a man of colour and strong supporter of equality, Lumumba chose to speak out against his high-profile boss. What followed was a media storm and an on-air showdown with McGuire which painted Lumumba as an overly PC, hyper-sensitive villain. Through exclusive access to Lumumba, his friends and family, AFL legends Mick Malthouse, former Collingwood Captain Nick Maxwell and sports journalists, this program uncovers the personal and professional journey of a man who, at the top of his game, dared to hold a mirror to a nation that didn't like what it saw.
John Eales sets out to understand what makes the haka not just the greatest pre-match ritual in world sport, but a pivotal part of New Zealand's culture and identity.
They've been winning championships for over a decade, pushing the limits of longevity in such a demanding sport. How long can they last? In this program, we gain unprecedented access into Venus and Serena's lives.
This program tells the story of two Indigenous women who share a big dream - to make it to the Arnolds - an invitation-only bodybuilding competition being held in Australia for the first time.
Wide World Of Sports presents St George Illawarra Dragons v Melbourne Storm live from WIN Stadium, Wollongong. Join our expert commentary team for all the action, analysis and post match interviews.
Wide World of Sports gives netball fans unprecedented access to domestic and international matches for the first time ever. Join our expert commentary team live for all the action from the Suncorp Super Netball competition.
Two troubled Aboriginal youths meet a former boxer who believes in the power of the sport to turn young men's lives around. They come to understand boxing is more than a sport - it's a way of life.
In the history of sports, few names are more recognisable than that of Evel Knievel. Long after the man hung up his famous white leather jumpsuit and rode his Harley into the sunset, his name is still synonymous with the death-defying lifestyle he led. Notoriously brash, bold and daring, Knievel stared death in the face, but few know the larger-than-life story of the boy from Butte, Montana. Academy Award-winning filmmaker Daniel Junge and actor-producer Johnny Knoxville take a candid look at the American daredevil and icon.
From acclaimed director Stacy Peralta comes Riding Giants, the story of big wave surfing. Breaking the mould of traditional documentary filmmaking, Riding Giants uses its dynamic, cross-generational approach to profile the lives and times of the intrepid surfers who over the decades have dedicated themselves to finding and successfully challenging the biggest waves on earth.
Highlights from the Marathon and the Wheelchair Rugby Final.
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