Deaf since birth, Gutinarra's first language is Yolnu Sign Language, a language commonly known and widely used among the Yolnu community.
In the heart of Western Australia's spinifex country, rangers from Australia's 10 deserts meet to share their experiences and discuss threats facing their lands.
In the Djapu homeland of Wandawuy 13 year old Mawirrirr Munungurr has come of age and his initiation journey into his clan has begun.
Julie Okely a descendant of the Kamilaroi nation of NSW, is currently living in Canberra with her two children Taylah and Ayden. Julie grew up in Baradine, Sydney and Kenebri with her paternal family.
Born in Wallaroo in 1955, Rosemary is a proud Aboriginal South Australian and her traditional heritage is the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains and Koogatha and Wirrangu from the west coast of SA.
Over the decades, brothers David and Daniel Dow, both gifted and talented songwriters and performers, reflect on their musical careers.
Emerging from the deserts of central Australia is the unique sounds of Apakatjah, who blend intricate guitar work with ancient languages, stirring harmonies and traditional instruments.
From lawyer to personal trainer and health professional, Gary Lui shares his story of how he changed and completely reshaped his lifestyle and his wellbeing.
Celestine Rowe is a Pintupi and Luritja woman. She is a single mum who is now an outstanding poet who has performed all over the country with her storytelling.
On Christmas Day 1974, Cyclone Tracy struck Darwin, and 30,000 people were evacuated. Cecelia Muir Cubillo was one of those, and for the last 40 plus years lived in Adelaide where she raised four children.
Kaylene Butler goes on a personal journey to her country, learning, displaying and sharing culture experiences that are born within you.
Overnight fame was not much more than a dream with the chaotic and unstable life that Beni had led, until early 2016, when he became the first Indigenous person to win West Australian Music's award.
Auntie Venita reminisces about her proud father, Uncle Ceril Fisher (Matey, Grumpy). Uncle Ceril was born and breed in Cherbourg and was well known and respected in his community in the early days.
Harry is a Wiradjuri and Yorta Yorta man born in 1951, who was brought up by his uncle and aunt after his mother fell ill. Brought up in Sydney, he took to playing soccer and getting educated.
Jacob Boehme shares his story of his theatre show Blood on the Dance Floor and living with HIV/AIDS.
Viviana Petyarre travels with her father, Christopher Kngwarreye, in search of the cave of their ancestors, two decades after their first visit.
A story about us, our language, our faith and our culture. In small communities across north-east Arnhem Land there's a team of learned Yolngu working tirelessly over generations to keep culture strong.
John Boxer recorded his story of Constable McLeay, in Bardi in 1970 and this archival recording is used as the basis for a subtitled animation of the story.
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