There was a time in history when Indigenous Australians were not given the rights and respect they deserve and, during this time, a lot of their remains ended up getting sent to places like museums and universities. A new project is under way to return these remains to their descendants so they can be buried properly.
In a black and white world there are many shades of grey.
A dance through the invisible world of infrared and ultraviolet light.
Traumatic events and the harsh light of an Australian summer, set off, filmmaker, Lilly Radloff's summer blues.
Mahlena-Mae is at the same age as her family members when they experienced the Min Min Light, so she journeys out onto country to finally learn about these phenomena.
Aboriginal Australian photographer Tash Nannup uses light to reveal a world that is hidden in plain sight.
Behind The News shares the Indigenous student Jasirah Bin Hitam's reconciliation trust exercise, where she stood blindfolded on a beach inviting strangers to hug her to counter reported distrust of Aboriginals.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub. Jason Brown sings about dreaming under the moon and Uncle Warren Williams also performs his song, Skinny Frog.
Jub reads the stories I Have and Claws, Eyes and Flippers by Nola Turner Jensen. Get your early readers to read along to the predictable text. Which animal has flippers? Which animal has paws? Which animals have claws? Which animals have eyes? Which animals have legs? Which is your favourite animal?
Norma MacDonald reads her book 'Spinifex Mouse'. Where is the Pilbara? Can you find it on a map of Australia? What kind of animals are in the story? What is the little spinifex mouse named? What do the spinifex mice like to eat? What kind of animal snatched up the little spinifex mouse? Why was Cheeky's family in the burrow while he was out looking for seeds during the day? Why do you think Cheeky's brother thought they should change his name to Lucky?
Look, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as she explores the many animals from across this country. Nadeena Dixon sings a special song about the whales.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as she tells us what makes her happy while the Kids from Thornbury Public School sing happy birthday in the Wurundjeri Language.
Aboriginal author and illustrator David Hardy reads his book Alfie's Search for Destiny. What do you notice about the pairs of words in the book such as 'see' and 'be' or 'lake' and 'snake' and 'rock' and 'croc'? What kind of animals does Alfie meet on his travels? Where does Alfie go on his search for his destiny? Where did Alfie end up at the end of the story? What other rhyming words can you find in the story?
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids Host Jub as she plays with a bouncing ball and does some exercise for the kids while Jason Brown sings a song about his best friend, Sue the Kangaroo and Uncle Warren H Williams plays with some kids at Hermannsburg in the desert.
Author, Kirra Somerville reads her story that she wrote when she was in Year 4.
Indigenous author, David Hardy... reads his story, Alfie's Search for Destiny to a group of students.
Dub Leffler reads his poignant, beautiful book Once There Was a Boy. What kind of bird is his house in the shape of? Describe the boy's home. Would you like to live on a beach by yourself? (Pause at 19mins20sec) What do you think is in the box under the boy's bed? How did the boy feel when his heart broke? What makes you feel happy in your heart? How can you make your friends feel happy in their hearts? Would you like to try the indigenous berry that tastes like chocolate?
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as she explores our feelings. The Witchetty Grubs sing their song, All the Good Things and Kirra Somerville reads her book, Lizard Gang.
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