Firekeepers of Kakadu
15:14

Firekeepers of Kakadu

NITV June 1, 2020

Indigenous Australians

9-10
11-12
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
A documentary following the oldest surviving culture on Earth, the Bininj people of the Aboriginal lands of Kakadu, who maintain a traditional life, as they have done so for ...

A documentary following the oldest surviving culture on Earth, the Bininj people of the Aboriginal lands of Kakadu, who maintain a traditional life, as they have done so for over 65,000 years.

Living Black
24:59

Living Black: Walk for Reconciliation

Season 1 Episode 20 NITV May 31, 2020

Indigenous Australians

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
This special episode from our archives is in tribute to the reconciliation movement. Hundreds of thousands of Australians walked across bridges everywhere including the Sydney ...

This special episode from our archives is in tribute to the reconciliation movement. Hundreds of thousands of Australians walked across bridges everywhere including the Sydney Harbour Bridge in solidarity for Reconciliation on May 28, 2000. It was a dark time for Indigenous affairs under the Howard government. However, despite this, people from all walks of life came together in support of reconciliation.

First Nations Arts Awards
58:00

First Nations Arts Awards

NITV May 31, 2020

Indigenous Australians

Visual arts

9-10
11-12
Classification: GeneralClassification: General
Who will win the prestigious Red Ochre Awards for lifetime achievement in arts? Catch the First Nations Arts Awards from the Sydney Opera House. Hosted by Lee-Ann Buckskin and ...

Who will win the prestigious Red Ochre Awards for lifetime achievement in arts? Catch the First Nations Arts Awards from the Sydney Opera House. Hosted by Lee-Ann Buckskin and Wesley Enoch.

Rage
5:55:52

Rage: Reconciliation Week Special [Saturday night playlist]

ABC May 30, 2020

Music

Media arts

Indigenous Australians

9-10
11-12
Classification: Mature Accompanied (15+)Classification: Mature Accompanied (15+)
Rage showcases music videos by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander rap, hip-hop, R'n'B and soul artists this National Reconciliation Week. Skinnyfish Sound System, Smoking ...

Rage showcases music videos by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander rap, hip-hop, R'n'B and soul artists this National Reconciliation Week. Skinnyfish Sound System, Smoking Ceremony (featuring B2M, Birdz and Tasman Keith) Briggs, The Children Came Back Spinifex Gum featuring Briggs and Marliya, Locked Up Nooky, Cuzn Tasman Keith, My Pelopolees AB Original, Report to the Mist Dallas Woods, Chapter One Dallas Woods, Hoodlum Baker Boy featuring Dallas Woods, Black Magic Birdz featuring Ecca Vandal, Place of Dreams Birdz, Ego Birdz featuring Serina Pech, This Side Birdz featuring Dylan Smith, Right to Be Wrong Philly, Dreamchaser Kaiit, Miss Shiney Kaiit, Natural Woman Kaiit, OG Luv Kush Part 2 Kaiit, 2000 N Somethin Dallas Woods, If It Glitters It's Gold Dallas Woods, 9 Times Out of 10 Kobie Dee featuring Liyah Knight, Still Standing Kobie Dee, Right Now Nooky, Nowa Nowa Nooky, Ere Lah Nooky, Black Future AB Original featuring Paul Kelly and Dan Sultan, Dumb Things (Live On Triple J's Like a Version) AB Original featuring Dan Sultan, January 26 Briggs featuring Greg Holden, Life Is Incredible (explicit) Briggs featuring Tim Minchin, Housefyre Briggs featuring Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, The Hunt Briggs, Bad Apples Briggs, The Wrong Brothers Tasman Keith, Billy Bad Again Tasman Keith and Stevie Jean, Prey Tasman Keith, Mission Famous Tasman Keith, Divided Jimblah, Brotherman Jimblah, Fireproof Jimblah featuring Zaachariaha, Fielding Sing with You Jimblah featuring Alex Truehl, Capitol City Kaylah, Truth Wave TGB, Shoe Box Money Yazza, Takeover Yazza, Brothers 4 Life Cypher Local Knowledge, Black Fella Oetha, Sista Girl Oetha, Cruisin J-Milla, Fresh J-Milla, My People Miiesha, Twisting Worlds Miiesha, Drowning Ziggy Ramo featuring Stan Grant, Black Thoughts Spinifex Gum featuring Peter Garrett and Marliya, Malungungu Mojo Juju, Native Tongue Mojo Juju, Shut Your Mouth Mojo Juju and Joelistics, Leave It All Behind Thelma Plum, Better In Blak AB Original featuring Thelma Plum, ICU Lil Mase featuring Yazza, No Love Lil Mase featuring Bertie Anderson and Yazza Shine, Like the Sunshine B2M (Bathurst to Melville), Parlingarri Baker Boy, Cloud 9 Baker Boy, Marryuna Baker Boy, Cool As Hell Baker Boy, In Control Baker Boy, featuring Jessb Meditjin Baker Boy, Move Becca Hatch, Girl Like Me Becca Hatch, 2560 Shakaya, Stop Calling Me The Last Kinection featuring Simone Stacey, Are We There Yet? The Last Kinection, Find a Way The Last Kinection, Kick the Habit Jessica Mauboy, Selfish Jessica Mauboy, Sunday Jessica Mauboy, Little Things Christine Anu, My Island Home Christine Anu, Sunshine On A Rainy Day Christine Anu, Party Yothu Yindi, Djapana Yothu Yindi, Treaty Yothu Yindi featuring Jim Kerr, Dots On the Shells Yothu Yindi, Healing Stone Mau Power featuring Archie Roach, Freedom Archie Roach featuring Paul Kelly, Rally Round the Drum Archie Roach, Tell Me Why Archie Roach, Get Back To The Land Archie Roach, It's Not Too Late Archie Roach, Song To Sing Archie Roach, Alien Invasion Archie Roach, City Streets Archie Roach, Walking Into Doors Archie Roach, A Child Was Born Here Archie Roach, Took the Children Away

The Point
54:03

The Point: 20 Years of Reconciliation

Season 2020 Episode 14 NITV May 30, 2020

Indigenous Australians

Business and economics

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
The Point explores how coronavirus COVID-19 has brought a new dimension to Reconciliation Week as we mark 20 years since the Corroboree 2000 reconciliation walks, where ...

The Point explores how coronavirus COVID-19 has brought a new dimension to Reconciliation Week as we mark 20 years since the Corroboree 2000 reconciliation walks, where thousands of Australians walked over bridges across the nation in solidarity. We hear from Senator Patrick Dodson about the importance of Reconciliation Week. And we are joined live at the desk by filmmaker Warwick Thornton who talks to us about his program The Beach. Hosted by John Paul Janke and Rachael Hocking.

She Who Must Be Loved
1:28:01

She Who Must Be Loved

NITV May 30, 2020

Indigenous Australians

Media arts

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
The life story of Alfreda Glynn, a 78-year-old Aboriginal woman and co-founder of the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association and Imparja TV.

The life story of Alfreda Glynn, a 78-year-old Aboriginal woman and co-founder of the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association and Imparja TV.

Jupurrurla: Man of Media
27:56

Jupurrurla: Man of Media

NITV May 29, 2020

Indigenous Australians

Media arts

9-10
11-12
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
The story of Warlpiri elder and lawman Francis Jupurrurla Kelly, who was instrumental in starting the Indigenous media industry in Australia and who now serves as chair of the ...

The story of Warlpiri elder and lawman Francis Jupurrurla Kelly, who was instrumental in starting the Indigenous media industry in Australia and who now serves as chair of the Central Land Council.

Water Is Life
25:47

Water Is Life

NITV May 27, 2020

Indigenous Australians

Earth and environment

Geography

9-10
11-12
Classification: GeneralClassification: General
This program follows the Aboriginal communities fighting against fracking plans in the Northern Territory.

This program follows the Aboriginal communities fighting against fracking plans in the Northern Territory.

Living Black
24:37

Living Black: Pat Dodson, Father of Reconciliation

Season 1 Episode 7 NITV May 25, 2020

Indigenous Australians

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
It's been 20 years since Corroboree 2000 and the Walk for Reconciliation when almost 300,000 people walked across the Sydney Harbour Bridge on Sunday May 28, 2000 to come ...

It's been 20 years since Corroboree 2000 and the Walk for Reconciliation when almost 300,000 people walked across the Sydney Harbour Bridge on Sunday May 28, 2000 to come together and support reconciliation. Karla Grant speaks with Senator Patrick Dodson, the Father of Reconciliation, about his life and career. Karla and Pat reflect on the reconciliation process and the current state of Indigenous affairs in Australia.

Maralinga Tjarutja
52:36

Maralinga Tjarutja

ABC May 24, 2020

Indigenous Australians

Modern history

Ethical understanding

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
The Maralinga people survive aggressive colonisation, including dispossession to enable atomic testing, and through their tenacious spirit and cultural strength fight to ...

The Maralinga people survive aggressive colonisation, including dispossession to enable atomic testing, and through their tenacious spirit and cultural strength fight to retain their country.

Cold Justice
25:09

Cold Justice: Theresa Binge (Part 2)

Season 2 Episode 3 NITV May 21, 2020

Indigenous Australians

Ethical understanding

Civics and citizenship

11-12
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
In 2003, in the remote Queensland-NSW border town of Goondiwindi, 43-year-old Aboriginal grandmother Theresa Binge went missing. Twelve days later, her badly beaten body was ...

In 2003, in the remote Queensland-NSW border town of Goondiwindi, 43-year-old Aboriginal grandmother Theresa Binge went missing. Twelve days later, her badly beaten body was found dumped in a concrete culvert outside of town. Despite strong leads, the investigation failed to find her killer. Fifteen years on, Theresa's family are still desperately seeking answers. We retrace Theresa's last steps, find new leads and speak with authorities.

Lost Daylight
15:37

Lost Daylight

NITV May 18, 2020

Indigenous Australians

9-10
11-12
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
Dawn is one of the many Aboriginal elders whose formative years were marred by forced child labour. Her deeply personal story casts a shadow over some of Brisbane's most ...

Dawn is one of the many Aboriginal elders whose formative years were marred by forced child labour. Her deeply personal story casts a shadow over some of Brisbane's most respected institutions.

From Sand to Celluloid
14:37

From Sand to Celluloid: Two Bob Mermaid

Episode 6 NITV May 11, 2020

Indigenous Australians

9-10
11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Corinne is a young Koori girl who "passes for white" at the local swimming pool. She dreams of becoming a swimming star like Esther Williams or Dawn Fraser, but her mother ...

Corinne is a young Koori girl who "passes for white" at the local swimming pool. She dreams of becoming a swimming star like Esther Williams or Dawn Fraser, but her mother scoffs at the idea.

Warumuk: In the Dark Night
40:48

Warumuk: In the Dark Night

NITV May 11, 2020

Dance

Music

Indigenous Australians

9-10
11-12
Classification: GeneralClassification: General
A collaboration between Bangarra Dance Theatre and The Australian Ballet, Warumuk was commissioned to celebrate The Australian Ballet's 50th anniversary in 2012.

A collaboration between Bangarra Dance Theatre and The Australian Ballet, Warumuk was commissioned to celebrate The Australian Ballet's 50th anniversary in 2012.

Cold Justice
27:44

Cold Justice: Stephen Smith

Season 2 Episode 1 NITV May 7, 2020

Indigenous Australians

Ethical understanding

Civics and citizenship

11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
Seventeen-year-old Gomeroi teenager Steven Smith was the most popular boy in school with the world at his feet before it was cruelly snatched away. The teen was found dead on ...

Seventeen-year-old Gomeroi teenager Steven Smith was the most popular boy in school with the world at his feet before it was cruelly snatched away. The teen was found dead on train tracks outside the north-western NSW town of Quirindi in 1988 after attending a party. Despite his family being told by police during the initial investigation to "get over it" they have always maintained he was murdered, now this episode finds information to support their concerns.

From Sand to Celluloid
16:22

From Sand to Celluloid: Round Up

Episode 5 NITV May 4, 2020

Indigenous Australians

9-10
11-12
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
The journey of two country boys who find themselves out of place in the hustle and bustle of a big city. In this unfamiliar environment, they find that they are not as ...

The journey of two country boys who find themselves out of place in the hustle and bustle of a big city. In this unfamiliar environment, they find that they are not as different as they first thought.

The Point
55:04

The Point: Cooked for 250 Years

Season 2020 Episode 10 NITV May 2, 2020

Indigenous Australians

Business and economics

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
This program takes a look at how Australia has changed in 250 years since James Cook's arrival. We explore the white fantasy and myths surrounding Cook, and examine our ...

This program takes a look at how Australia has changed in 250 years since James Cook's arrival. We explore the white fantasy and myths surrounding Cook, and examine our people's strong will to survive against pandemics and removal from our ancestral lands. Reporter Keira Jenkins investigates the plan to redevelop significant cultural land at Sydney's Yarra Bay into a port. Plus, we take a look at the latest impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. Hosted by John Paul Janke and Rachael Hocking.

Cold Justice
25:43

Cold Justice: Hope

Season 1 Episode 3 NITV April 30, 2020

Indigenous Australians

Ethical understanding

Civics and citizenship

11-12
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
This series follows the injustice Indigenous Australians face with cold case victims. Hosted by Walkley Award and Amnesty Media Award nominee, Allan Clarke.

This series follows the injustice Indigenous Australians face with cold case victims. Hosted by Walkley Award and Amnesty Media Award nominee, Allan Clarke.