Heather Ewart explores a vibrant coastal community in northern New South Wales, where east meets west and which the locals affectionately call Woopi.
Margaret O'Shane has come from very humble beginnings and has overcome many of life's obstacles and today enjoys it to the fullest. She is passionate about her identity and has a zest for life.
Suzy Betts a Kokata, Wirangu and Mirning woman from Port Lincoln, South Australia, runs and operates camps for the Aboriginal students from Port Lincoln High School to take them back out on country.
An introduction to the Torres Straits and a fascinating exploration of the concepts that shaped Torres Strait Islander culture and custom before white settlement.
When the Smithsonian Institution agrees to repatriate stolen human bones from northern Australia, an Aboriginal elder creates a ceremony that restores his ancestors' spirits to their homeland.
When Jon Bell started writing what would become the six-part television series The Gods of Wheat Street, he had no road map or destination in sight. All he had was an idea.
Dreamtime Fitness, closing the gap through self determination. A realist, motivating story about Desree Kennedy-Shepherd and her fledgling Dreamtime Fitness Boot Camp.
Heather visits Tolmie, tucked away in Victoria's High Country. In the past it was known as a hideaway for bushrangers, near the infamous Stringybark Creek ambush where Ned Kelly and his gang murdered three police officers.
An epic journey in the Northern Territory, from one of the world's most remote cattle stations to some of the most spectacular landscapes in the heart of Australia.
Johnny Huckle, a Wiradjuri elder was raised on an Aboriginal reserve 2km from Condobolin. He was run over by a car at the age of 10 and lived a childhood of torment and glares.
Aunty Valda Coolwell is one of Brisbane's most respected and well-known elders. She was one of the first elders to give an official acknowledgement of country after the Mabo decision passed.
Supervisor Ranger Kevin Levi is based in the Poruma community in the Central Torres Straits. The Torres Strait Ranger Program provides support for communities to look after their land and sea country.
Butchulla descendant, Uncle Glen Miller, is the oldest living Wondunna Clan member living on country in Maryborough. He has a proud family history, with children's book The Legends of Moonie Jarl.
Derby in a time when men dominated the political and social scene of this town, we find that a group of women made up of sisters bucked the trend to form an all-female cricket team.
Ross is one of the last known respected Wajarri Elder, Songman. He will talk about his language, significant sites and culture in his beloved country, Wajarri.
A personal profile on the 2018 NAIDOC Caring for Country Award winner.
The story of Josie Boyle, storyteller and singer. Josie was adopted by the white family who ran the local mission. Josie moved to Perth and now performs songs of her family to the school children.
A talented artist from Thursday Island, Nino creates life-sized turtles out of ghost nets, which he collects on the washed up shores of his local beaches.
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