Based on Richard Frankland's experiences as a field officer during the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody.
This program explores the different ways we are represented through pop culture in Australia and the new ways our stories are being told and interpreted. Reporter Brooke Fryer takes a look at the popular video site TikTok, and the ways our mob are standing out. Journalist Ryan Liddle takes a look at the Aboriginal comic books that are encouraging our kids to want to read. Plus, what shows you need to watch while isolating. Hosted by Rachael Hocking and John Paul Janke.
Young Indigenous man Clinton Pryor walked from WA to Canberra to meet the prime minister and governor general in the name of justice and change for his people.
Walkley Award nominee Allan Clarke looks into the injustice many Indigenous Australians face when it comes to unsolved homicides. Allan investigates the 1988 death of Aboriginal teenager Mark Haines.
A story about six-year-old Robbie, who takes up residence in his favourite tree to be with his friend the peewee bird. His move forces his family to see the world from his point of view.
Mikayla travels six hours a day from her island home to get an education and rarely misses a day of school. This doesn't surprise her friends, because this talented young leader has a bright future.
Black Man Down is a perilous journey into the very core of the Aboriginal psyche. A troubled young warrior, alone in a cell, is watched by a dream time spirit when death comes calling.
This episode explores the impact of coronavirus to black businesses, with Laura Berry from Supply Nation joining us live on the desk - at a distance of course! Journalist Keira Jenkins investigates the impact to the Indigenous tourism industry. Journalist Ryan Liddle looks at how the Indigenous arts industry has diversified its business during this challenging time. Plus, we answer your questions about COVID-19. Hosted by John Paul Janke and Rachael Hocking.
Frustrated by a lack of understanding of Aboriginal culture in his Country, Mark Koolmatrie is on a mission to educate and share his ongoing connection to Country and self.
Ngarrindjeri and Kaurna man Allan Sumner, a local artist who has dedicated his life to creating art as a legacy for his family, and takes the bold step of launching an Aboriginal cultural centre.
Using walking as a pathway to illumination, the Willandra Wisdom Walk traverses ancient Aboriginal sites of significance and explores the meaning of wisdom across time and cultures.
A worried grandfather tracks his grandson down to bring him home, and take him through Country and through law.
The Point explores our unique sense of humour and how we used comedy as a way to have our voices heard. Reporter Madeline Hayman-Reber takes a look at the impact our stand-up comics are having on the comedy circuit. And, we examine the impact films like Barbecue Area have had in discussing the impact of colonisation on our people. Presented by John Paul Janke and Rachael Hocking.
From the Torres Straits to Tasmania, and everywhere in between, this is a showcase of Australia's most stunning landscapes. NITV pays tribute to that which gives us life: Country.
Treetime Stories follows along the wisdom of the Yuin elder Uncle Max 'Dulamunmun' Harrison, who is an initiated Yuin man, knowledge holder and teacher of the guides at NNCA. This documentary reveals his perspective on trees and nature and the hidden messages found within the thicket of the Australian bushland. In a personal and engaging way, Max journeys the outer world of nature whilst opening the inner world of understanding through the power of storytelling.
This story follows the journey of a man who follows a perentie into a log and gets stuck, teaching us that no matter where we may get stuck, or which path we may be led down, there is always help.
Host Steven Oliver and team captains Elaine Crombie and Daniel Browning explore art through the subject of Truth Telling. Guests include Christine Anu, Meyne Wyatt, Brendon Boney, and Shari Sebbens.
No one can escape coronavirus COVID-19. In Australia, NSW has the highest number of confirmed cases, with a retirement village in north-western Sydney the epi-centre of deaths. Inside this village, lives Elizabeth Visser, an Arrente lady in her seventies. She is Karla Grant's mother. Karla explores how her mothers survival depends on total isolation from outsiders, and zero contact with family. Karla also examines how the suburb of Redfern is protecting itself, and how the AMS has responded to this crisis.
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