Over one hundred years ago the first camels were introduced into Australia. This is the story of how they radically changed the landscape and how the Camel Company manages the excessive population.
A journey of identity. From female to male and into Aboriginal culture. Jemima Jane Anderson was born in Fremantle W.A.
The story of Black Watch Richard Dick Butler who was part of the All Aboriginal Men's Military Unit WWII, Darwin, Northern Territory.
Miriwoong ladies Ju Ju Wilson and Agnes Armstrong go on country at Ivanhoe station with Elders Eileen Huddleston and Nita Bidui to hear stories about family and station history.
Stand Up is an intimate, personal story about emerging aboriginal stand up comedian Karen Edwards and her journey from chronic kidney disease to the stage.
Jimmy Horace was born on Yarraloola Station, lived at Millstream and worked at Mardie Station in the Pilbara in Western Australia.
Sharon Hodgetts is the Culture and Heritage Officer at the Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council on the Central Coast of NSW.
Brother and sister, Tony and Glenda Perkins were born in Corindi NSW into a family of 9 children. They have spent their lives working to keep their culture alive in the community.
Wiradjuri elder Uncle Ken 'Tunny' Murray takes us back to the places of his childhood, back on country and back through time to question whether or not things have changed for the better.
While most people half her age, are still in bed before the sun comes up, Emmie Wehr is at the horse stables. In her late 70's, Emmie Wehr is Alice Springs longest serving licensed horse trainer.
In the thriving town of Kununurra situated in the North East Kimberley region of WA the Waringarri Aboriginal Art Centre is known for its representation of the cultural diversity of its people.
Gamilaroi Traditional Owners take us for a tour around central western NSW to share their knowledge of country and the devastating toll development is having on their homelands.
Living in Napranum on her home country, Fiona Wirrer-George Oochunyung's life to date has been a long cultivation of a journey for her current ambitious and fascinating projects.
Dr Chris Bourke MLA, a descendant of the Gamillario Nation of NSW, lives in Canberra with his wife Julie, they have three adult children.
Visit two almost inaccessible rock art sites in the Murramarang tribal area of Southern Coastal NSW.
From homelessness, alcohol and heroin addiction, to running a multi-million- dollar-company, Michael McLeod's story is one of redemption, hope and inspiration for future 'Flash-Blacks'.
Willis Yu is an aboriginal hip hop artist born in Broome raised in Perth. He will give us a tour of his city Perth from the point of view of a rapper, as you can still find culture in a large city.
Australia's premier Aboriginal comedy star, Kevin Kropinyeri is a one-man whirlwind that will have you holding your sides laughing, as he shares tales of his life.
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