Two industrial designers devise an innovative new plastic sports drink bottle and a special sealing cap. The program introduces plastic as a material and shows the most common methods of manufacture used in the plastics industry.
Steve Ellis is a proud Goomeroi man who grew up in Mungindi and moved away at a young age. He loves going back home connecting to the land and being around family.
Kerry Reed-Gilbert a Wiradjuri woman from NSW and the daughter of Uncle Kevin Gilbert takes us on a journey of past and present as she talks about her father Kevin's triumphs and struggles and the political views that helped to address Indigenous inequality that he made possible through the Tent Embassy.
Shannon Thorne has strong role models through his parents and is trying to carrying on the legacy of their work through his own work in Liverpool trying to improve the health and culture for his mob.
NITV pays tribute to the military efforts of the Indigenous people of Australia with a series of ANZAC 15-minute documentary specials. In this episode, AWM Indigenous Officer and Vietnam veteran, Gary, gives us an insight in to the wars and contribution from indigenous Australian Veterans.
The fair trade model behind Divine chocolate is used to show how social enterprise is changing business practices.
NITV pays tribute to the military efforts of the Indigenous people of Australia with a series of ANZAC 15-minute documentary specials. In this episode, Colin is the 3rd generation of his family involved in defence. Grandfather WW1, father WW2 , and then Colin in the Timor Corps.
NITV pays tribute to the military efforts of the Indigenous people of Australia with a series of ANZAC 15-minute documentary specials. This episode tells the personal tale of Nathan Murray-Lovatt about discovering his family's legacy.
Donna Marie Ifould lives in Broome and is a Bard woman. She is the first Indigenous linguist from the Kimberley and has been researching the roots of many languages. She uses a metaphor of the two sisters and the dingo story to talk about ownership, boundaries and of course language.
Glen Ellis grew up in Mungindi been a farmer most his life; he's the manager of Glanville station providing training, cultural awareness and job opportunities to local youth in town.
Murder, sex, drugs, art, politics and sneakers hanging on telephone lines have become a powerful urban symbol. In an effort to get to the truth once and for all we asked the people of earth to help us solve this mystery.
Eddie Roe is a Walman Yawuru elder and recounts his life as a pearl diver in the 1940s.
NITV pays tribute to the military efforts of the Indigenous people of Australia with a series of ANZAC 15-minute documentary specials. In this episode, Reginald Saunders was the first Aboriginal commissioned officer. Having survived over a year on the run, hiding out on Crete during WWII and the famous battle of Kapyong during the Korean War.
An incredible voyage down the Blue and White Niles from their sources in Ethiopia and Uganda to the Mediterranean Sea. Along its course the Nile supports millions of people, plants and animals. The river travels through nine countries, over gorges, wetlands and across some of the harshest deserts on the planet.
The yearly cycle of the Nile controlled the lives of the ancient Egyptians. The pattern of drought, inundation and emergence is recreated, illustrating how the Egyptians were dependent on the river for their survival.
The Periodic Table is used to explore some of the more than 100 elements in our universe. The program discovers why some are more reactive than others while looking at metals, alkali metals and halogens.
A wide-ranging and engaging science series that looks at themes including micro-organisms, solar power and forensic analysis.
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