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.
The Ibarra brothers from Indigibee Bee Rescue open their backyards, to share the wonderful world of native bees they rehabilitate and relocate using traditional Indigenous practices.
Kaizi has been producing premium unrefined coconut oil for over 30 years. Now the owner of a thriving family business, Kaizi shares his family's story of continuing a cultural legacy.
Lavene, a Wankangurru/Adnyamathanha woman, is stuck in Community life and the unrelenting demands of people, until a chance encounter with a travelling mentor changes her direction.
Journalist Karla Grant sits down with renowned playwright and Sydney Festival Creative Director Wesley Enoch to talk about his life, inspirations and his love of storytelling through the arts. Enoch also explores what the 250th anniversary of Captain Cooks landing in Australia means for our collective culture and discusses how Australians can mark this historic moment.
A day in the life of Carol George, a Wurundjeri/Bidawel singer-songwriter-rapper, YouTube sensation, mother of five, and survivor of domestic violence, as she juggles motherhood and music-making.
The compelling story of Kamilaroi First Nation from North Western NSW, sharing their cultural, historical and spiritual stories.
Gunditjamara man and artist Chris Austin has been in and out of prison all of his life. This time is the longest he's been out, and it's because he's found a new path in The Torch program.
Artist Peter Waples-Crowe feels pushed to the outer of Aboriginal culture because he's queer. He tackles questions of identity, collaborates on genderless fashion, and opens his solo exhibition.
A young baby is introduced to her father's Yawuru country for the first time. Guided by the spirit and voice of country, baby Maya makes the journey from Melbourne to Broome with her parents.
This clip from 'Ask us anything' shows the responses to the question 'What are you doing on January 26'. How do the responses differ? How are they the same? Has Australia Day always been held on January 26? What would be the implications of changing the date?
Is it ever OK to ask how someone how Aboriginal they are? Students and staff at the University of Sydney answer questions to confront myths and stereotypes about Aboriginal and TSI people.
The moment you step onto the grounds of Dunwich State School on North Stradbroke Island, you realise there's something special happening here.
The inspiring and candid story of Carolynanha Johnson, a much-loved Adnyamathanha Elder, who talks about her diagnosis with cancer and how her story may help save the lives of others in her community.
Retired 75-year-old Aboriginal stockman, Matt Dawson, is too old to get back in the saddle so he shares stories of his connection to Country and the importance of sharing his language.
Living in Stuttgart, Germany, 54-year-old Aboriginal skateboarder Chris Robinson is raising two young children and has a unique style of parenting.
An inspiring story about the journey of a founding member of the Aboriginal Sobriety Group SA, Cyril 'Bumpa' Coaby, who has helped build the organisation from the ground up to help others in need.
A grandfather faces the struggle of maintaining his Alian Kastom to hunt, cook, share and showcase cultural feastings. In an ever-changing landscape, will cooking Kastom be possible in the future?
Aboriginal people have gathered and hunted bush tucker as ceremony on the foreshore for generations, but recent human impacts on the ecosystem are forcing traditional owners to adapt.
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