Filmmaker Warwick Thornton investigates our relationship to the Southern Cross, in this fun and thought-provoking ride through Australia's cultural and political landscape. He takes us on a journey through this five-star constellation's astronomical, colonial and Indigenous history to the present day. For Aboriginal people, the meaning of this heavenly body is deeply spiritual. By contrast, the star-adorned Eureka Flag was emblematic of protest and defiance, a quality that caused it to be adopted by activists, and lately, the darker side of Australian nationalism.
When tragedy strikes at home, two Aboriginal teenagers embark on a journey of survival, searching for a better life in Alice Springs.
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.
This story follows the journey of the seven sisters that make up the star cluster known as the Pleiades, in the constellation Taurus.
Host Steven Oliver and team captains Elaine Crombie and Daniel Browning explore art through the subject of community. Guests include Leah Flanagan, Ursula Yovich, Leon Filewood, and Dion Williams.
Belinda Miller travels with the Cherbourg women's team, the Hornettes to compete at the Queensland Murri Carnival, a major rugby league competition, and discovers the humour and the passion of these women.
Introducing the talented triple threat Taj Jamieson. This young Broome man can act, dance, and he can sing.
Sally was born in 1942 and has many stories to tell about her life and the unique richness and influences of being raised in a multicultural community.
The story of the One Eye Rain Serpent story teaches us that it's important to look after the land so it can then look after us.
Host Steven Oliver and team captains Elaine Crombie and Daniel Browning explore art through the subject of Rights. Guests include Emma Donovan, Matt Ford, Ian Zaro, and Bjorn Stewart.
A colourful and entertaining character who isn't shy of telling a yarn or two, Baamba remains an unsung hero of Indigenous progress made in the last 50 years.
This is the story of a boy who lives by a coolibah tree with his dogs. It is a story of friendship, and teaches us to look out for each other.
Host Steven Oliver and team captains Elaine Crombie and Daniel Browning explore art through the subject of Country. Guests include Brendon Boney, Leila Gurruwiwi, Ursula Yovich, and Ben Graetz.
Explores stone tools, ochre and earth ovens found in Kinchega National Park.
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.
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