Clay Waterman was Australia's first Junior World Boxing champion and a six-time Australian boxing champion. Now, the 22-year-old amateur boxer is determined to win gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Kelvin Johnson has spent all his life on his country at Nepabunna Community. He tells the stories of growing up and how the Adnyamanthanha have survived and what he hopes for the future.
Join Garry as he shares his story and shows you some of his special places around the small NSW town of Mittagong in highland country.
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.
Set up by the ballad of Uncle Willie, performed by Uncle Joe Geia, this story is about the relationship between Dulcie Isaro, and her father Wille Thaiday.
Explore contemporary China through the window of the wedding photography industry. Follow Chinese and Australian participants as they navigate love and family in the lead up to the most important ritual of Chinese society.
Elder Stewart Hoosan reveals the importance of keeping lands healthy and alive through his paintings and unique storytelling from Karrwa country.
When two men from Western Australia's Kimberley region became dads, they never expected they would be raising their daughters, five girls between them, on their own, as single dads.
Bundjalung elder Arthur Williams is one of the few members of the community that still speak language, he will sing and talk about his life through his words.
Three young men gather reflections around the Yindyamarra Sculpture Trail by the banks of the Murray River near Albury-Wodonga.
Rapper Abie 'Predator' Wright, from Street Warriors Fame, takes us to his special places around Newcastle and shares his love and passion for family, community and the steel city he calls home.
Local woman Tracey Cooley shares the history of La Perouse and its importance to the Aboriginal community and introduces us to the weekend world of Lapa Panthers.
Sit down, and get ready for a quick lesson on Aboriginal humour. Join Kiara Milera as she explores the use, ways, and origins of the unique humour of her people.
Barunga, in the Northern Territory, hosts an annual festival of Aboriginal sport and culture. In 1988, prime minister Bob Hawke was invited to attend and the festival organisers had high expectations.
With an idyllic island lifestyle as the backdrop we find out what makes Badu unique through the stories of the people as expressed in their art and culture.
George Hayes Sr was the owner of the Neutral Junction Station, in the central desert of the Northern Territory. When he passed away, he handed the ownership of the station to his son, George Hayes.
Acknowledging our shared history and the traditional custodians of the land, WugulOra, meaning 'one mob', celebrates the strength and resilience of the world's oldest living culture. Hosted by Christine Anu and Allan Clarke.
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