Local Murdi man Darryl McCarthy talks about a time in Cunnamulla when Bill Johnston bought the town together through the sport of boxing.
Sam Lovell is one of the Stolen Generation. He was taken away by authorities from his family when he was only three years old. His white heritage dates back to Lovell Minster in Oxford, England.
Focussing on the Yolngu Nations Assembly we interview their chairperson Matthew Dhulumburrk about the Assembly's latest work and also speak with Rev Dr Djiniyini Gondarra.
For many Indigenous people who were serious about the world of dance NAISDA (the National Aboriginal and Islander Skills Development Association) would likely have been a large part of their life.
Lily Shearer talks about the 20 year celebration of Gadigal Information service and how this radio station is a part of the institution of Redfern and our Sydney community.
In 1871, the Reverend Samuel MacFarlane of the London Missionary Society anchored at Erub. Today, Torres Strait Islanders wherever they live come together to honour this anniversary.
Veteran news photographer Mervyn Bishop has been taking photos since he was nine. In this story Mervyn takes a trip down memory lane and gives insight into just some of his most treasured photos.
Roy Marika involvement in the Nabalco case that eventually led to the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 provided the groundwork for his life-long fight for Yolngu rights.
Torres Strait Islander people are well known for their seafaring heritage. We follow Uel Bani and speak with some young islanders who have taken on the maritime industry.
On the anniversary of World War I, Tamara Pearson sets out to discover more about her 'gami', Norman Baird, a Kuku Yalanji digger, who served in both world wars.
Greg Davison was born in 1962. At the age of two he was taken from his family. In his late twenties, he tracked down a brother who would help lead him home and shed some light on his little-known past.
A Ningher Canoe crafted by two Tasmanian Aboriginal canoe makers, is built and launched into the Derwent River. A story about journeys, relationships, healing and the struggle to regain control.
Interviews with a number of the old people talking about Umbakumba one of the few independent communities when it was established in the 1930's.
A look at the history of the Jetta family. Four of the children talk about their experiences of living on Government Native Reserves near Kellerberrin in the 1930s to the 1970s.
A story of our Indigenous women who played a big part in keeping this country and had the passion for nursing and not recognised for their diligence in Australia's early history.
Adam tells of his parent's mixed marriage, his father a Portugese-Indian and his mother coming from Broome, and of life working on the family banana plantation.
Amy is a storyteller, a repository of knowledge who connects her family to county. She was trucked off Country and locked up on a Mission.
Verne Hopkins lived through the Vietnam War, as part of the 2nd Battalion Royal Australian Regiment 9th Platoon Charlie Company, but has just been a part of a hard-fought battle, here in Brisbane.
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