When Batumbil Burarrwanga retraces a journey she made by foot as a child, she speaks to the land and recalls stories passed down by her father, reviving her family's connection to their homelands.
Experience the raw power and emotion of Kirra Voller's music, as she joins with fellow musician Anders Pfeiffer, for an improvised afternoon of music in the streets of Mparntwe.
Buwarrala-Journey is a traditional walk for the Karrwa, Yanyuwa, Mara, and Kurdanji peoples of the Gulf of Carpentaria in northern Australia.
The story of an Aboriginal stockman and his family at Collum Collum and their growing passion for 'picnic raving' on bush tracks in New South Wales.
Peter is Chinese/Aboriginal and the only boy in a large family of girls. Now the CEO of the Yawuru Prescribed Body Corporation, his story will step behind his public image to reveal what drives him.
This story follows a little boy who wanders from camp and encounters the Bungalungoo in the hills at Ulumbarru.
Host Steven Oliver and team captains Elaine Crombie and Daniel Browning explore art through the subject of Environment. Guests include Leah Flanagan, Ursula Yovich, Leon Filewood and Dion Williams.
Kids from the Uluru community visit the coast line to see the ocean for the first time.
Kanalaritja tells the story of Tasmanian Aboriginal shell stringing, a story of survival and resilience.
After years of haunting silence, Tom returns to his grandmother's country, seeking the permission of Lawmen to learn Dhambul, the Morning Star ceremony.
Beyond the glitz, glue guns and glamour of black drag to reveal a fun, fabulous and sometimes fearful place. A sassy, intimate portrait of what it means to be an Indigenous drag queen.
Test your knowledge of Aboriginal art and culture in this clip from Faboriginal. Can you beat the contestants? This episode is all about family.
Host Steven Oliver, along with team captains Elaine Crombie and Daniel Browning, explore art through the subject of Family. Guests include Emma Donovan, Matt Ford, Ian Zaro, and Bjorn Stewart.
The visionary people of Woorabinda are taking matters of community into their own hands, and they're doing it their way and integrating culture into everyday life.
In the late 1800s, missionaries came to Yarrabah, bringing with them brass musical instruments. The Yarrabah Brass Band continues a long traditional legacy of music and culture within the community.
On the tiny island of Dauan in the north west of the Torres Strait, spirituality and culture is deeply connected to the water and sea country that surrounds the island.
This is the story of Aunty June Murray who grew up in a mission, worked as a domestic servant, and helped her community. In 2019, at 91 years of age, she was awarded the Order of Australia.
In the Pilbara, Ngaarda families have lived on their ngurra for over 50,000 years, practising culture and law. Elders are concerned that the younger generation is losing their connection to country.
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