Against the stunning backdrop of the Dampier Peninsula, north of Broome, young Bardi Jawi brothers must learn the skills of a fish trap by repairing the ancient ones that sit on their country.
Six Anmatyerre women from TI Tree, NT, meet up with Kam minority singers from China to perform at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Through song, the two groups learn about each other's culture.
Mercedes 'Edi' Saaban (78) and Mary Drummond (83) live in Broome. They share their early memories, including being evacuated to Beagle Bay during the war.
Ali Cobby-Eckermann, a Yankunytjara/Kokatha award-winning poet and artist, shares her story of removal and connection, weaving history using found objects into instillations of awareness and healing.
Lardil woman Renee Ngandawarrkirr Wilson goes in search of the history and the future of Songmen on Mornington Island.
Kumanjayi Japanangka Granites was a respected Warlpiri Elder and lore keeper from Yuendumu. We follow Rex through his day as he talks about his achievements, including his mission to interpret the Bible.
Rosalie (Kumalie) Riley, a traditional Eastern Arrernte woman and respected Elder from Alice Springs, is on a mission to teach the young people of her community songs, dances and stories.
Muna Garruugaray follows the life of Worimi woman, Dr Gabrielle Perry. From experiences throughout her life, Gabrielle has now dedicated herself to becoming a doctor to one day give medical help.
In result there is a strong bloodline of South Sea Islander DNA, but Louise is a mystery. We learn more about her in the recent days.
When a Perth teenager almost lost her life in a train accident, instead of thinking her life was over, Jade Richards chose to make the most of her second chance at life.
Clay Waterman was Australia's first Junior World Boxing champion and a six-time Australian boxing champion. Now, the 22-year-old amateur boxer is determined to win gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Set up by the ballad of Uncle Willie, performed by Uncle Joe Geia, this story is about the relationship between Dulcie Isaro, and her father Wille Thaiday.
When two men from Western Australia's Kimberley region became dads, they never expected they would be raising their daughters, five girls between them, on their own, as single dads.
Three young men gather reflections around the Yindyamarra Sculpture Trail by the banks of the Murray River near Albury-Wodonga.
Sit down, and get ready for a quick lesson on Aboriginal humour. Join Kiara Milera as she explores the use, ways, and origins of the unique humour of her people.
George Hayes Sr was the owner of the Neutral Junction Station, in the central desert of the Northern Territory. When he passed away, he handed the ownership of the station to his son, George Hayes.
Our Stories is a landmark television initiative of mini documentaries - a rich series of digital songlines about culture, history, elders and youth.
Check out the best of Our Stories for 2017, highlighting some of the mini-documentaries by emerging Indigenous filmmakers from regional and remote Australia.
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