In 1830 a 300kmlong line of colonists sets out to trap Aboriginal people in one corner of the island, but fails. George Augustus Robinson negotiates with 300 mainland Indigenous Tasmanians to relocate them to Flinders Island.
Musician Archie Roach meets Jean Carter, who recounts the story about how she and her siblings were stolen from La Perouse, separated from her brothers and taken to Cootamundra Aboriginal Girls' Training Home.
Brook Andrew is an Australian artist with indigenous Australian heritage on his mother's side. He embarks on a controversial project to unearth 'hidden' photographs depicting the trauma and debasement of indigenous Australians by early settlers, and then using them in his artwork. It's an emotional and difficult process culminating in exhibitions across Australia which are viewed with varying appreciative and critical responses.
The name 'Mulka' means a sacred but public ceremony, and to hold or protect. This series shows content from The Mulka Project who sustain and protect Yolngu cultural knowledge in Northeast Arnhem Land.
Through the personal stories of families and individuals within the Aboriginal community in Borroloola in the Northern Territory, this film reveals the human tragedy behind the bald statistics of Aboriginal health.
Where can you get powerhouse performances from Australia's hottest Indigenous artists like Dan Sultan, Christine Anu, Archie Roach, Ali Mills, Frank Yamma and Bangarra Dance Theatre all in the one place? Easy - be watching SBS's broadcast of the 2010 Deadly Awards.
Cathy takes us to Palm Island, to tell the story of her mother, to meet with other strong women from the community there and to learn about the work of her Foundation in creating the strong women of the future.
The party really gets underway at the NITV free-to-air launch with a special outdoor broadcast featuring performances by some of Australia's best Indigenous talent, direct from the Northern Territory's iconic Uluru.
Examines the epic Indigenous production I Am Eora, which had its world premiere at Sydney Festival 2012. Go behind the scenes at Carriageworks as director Wesley Enoch and his cast bring three legendary stories to life.
This is an intimate account of the challenges a group of young Indigenous performers face in the pursuit of their dreams, as the staff of their dance college battle to keep the organisation from being closed down.