Dorrie Wally is the oldest Marthudunera person living in Roebourne. She visits the country that is now a cattle station and a mine and reminisces about old people and places.
Meet Uncle Aden who is 75 years old and a respected elder from Albany, Western Australia. Uncle is a kind-hearted grandfather of 28 and great-grandfather of many more.
Each year the Warnindilyakwa and the Nunngubbyu traditional owners of Groote Eylandt and Bickerton Island make their way to Barunga for the festival.
Suzanne Thompson heads back to her Inangai kuntri to follow her family legacy.
Biddy and her daughters Susan Swan and Selina Swan, granddaughter Jeanette Swan, and their children travel with Biddy as she recollects a journey she made as a child.
Meet Rev Sealin Garlett who is one of the most respected elders in the Noongar community and one of the best speakers of the Noongar language.
Follows the changes of fishing life over the generations of families on the Island of Badu through Artwork.
Follow the journey of three talented young indigenous football players from the red dust ovals of central Australia to the hallowed turf of the new Adelaide Oval.
Rhonda Radley is a passionate Biripai woman revitalising Gatang language in her mid North Coast community of NSW. She hopes one day to speak her traditional language fluently with her grandchildren.
Pearl Duncan is an elder on Bribie Island and a unique Aboriginal woman who has written a thesis with a difference. She investigated the use of humour in the survival of Aboriginal people.
Born and bred Cherbourg Elder, Uncle Henry Hegarty, has a rich story to tell about his life, beginning when he left home at age 17.
John 'Bombardier Burnsie' Burns shares his story of the Battle of Coral in the Vietnam War and the impact it has had on his life, love and friendships.
More than simply a game of touch rugby for young Indigenous people, Nunga Touch is also an Indigenous educational and sports program embodying: cultural and community identity and pride.
Two Elders from Moa Island talking about their upbringing when they were young and sharing their fond memories that is close to their hearts and Island life.
Aunty Peggy Tidyman is a respected Elder in Logan, a leading member of the Logan District Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corporation for Elders.
Aunty Beryl Van-Oploo is a respected Elder of the Redfern community. She is a great advocate for providing opportunities for young Indigenous people.
"I don't even want to touch it", says Gunaikurnai Elder Frank Harrison. It wouldn't seem that an old walking stick should inspire such fear.
A short documentary following two cousins who go butter fishing at Point Pearce in South Australia. We learn some history, reconnect with family, and find out who gets the biggest catch.
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