Reviving Nyungar language through song
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Reviving Nyungar language through song

Clip from Behind The News

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Behind The News meets students making music videos for the Nyungar songs they're learning at school to keep the language alive.

Behind The News meets students making music videos for the Nyungar songs they're learning at school to keep the language alive.

Indigenous sports stars
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Indigenous sports stars

Clip from Behind the News

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Meet some young Indigenous sportspeople and learn how they hope to one day follow in the footsteps of their heroes.

Meet some young Indigenous sportspeople and learn how they hope to one day follow in the footsteps of their heroes.

Bronwyn Bancroft reads Remembering Lionsville
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Bronwyn Bancroft reads Remembering Lionsville

Clip from Mugu Kids

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Bronwyn Bancroft reads her book Remembering Lionsville which tells the history of her family and describes how they lived.

Bronwyn Bancroft reads her book Remembering Lionsville which tells the history of her family and describes how they lived.

Paying respects to past Aboriginals
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Paying respects to past Aboriginals

Clip from Behind the News

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A story of the kids who are paying their respects to the Aboriginal people whose remains have finally come home to rest.

A story of the kids who are paying their respects to the Aboriginal people whose remains have finally come home to rest.

Aboriginal inequality and 'Closing the Gap'
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Aboriginal inequality and 'Closing the Gap'

Clip from Behind the News

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Behind The News explains how and why the Closing the Gap campaign is attempting to improve the health of Indigenous Australians, and reduce other forms of inequality.

Behind The News explains how and why the Closing the Gap campaign is attempting to improve the health of Indigenous Australians, and reduce other forms of inequality.

The constitution and Indigenous Australians
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The constitution and Indigenous Australians

Clip from Behind the News

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Behind The News describes what a constitution is, how Australia's came about, the 1967 Referendum, and engages recent debates about how Indigenous Australians should be recognised.

Behind The News describes what a constitution is, how Australia's came about, the 1967 Referendum, and engages recent debates about how Indigenous Australians should be recognised.

Indigenous soldiers at Gallipoli
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Indigenous soldiers at Gallipoli

Clip from Behind The News

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Young Anzac was named as a tribute to his greatgrandfather, an Indigenous man who served at Gallipoli and died in France during World War I, and Behind The News learns how the ...

Young Anzac was named as a tribute to his greatgrandfather, an Indigenous man who served at Gallipoli and died in France during World War I, and Behind The News learns how the family commemorate his death.

Mabo Day explained
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Mabo Day explained

Clip from Behind The News

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Behind The News explains the significance for the Mabo decision to Indigenous land rights in Australia.

Behind The News explains the significance for the Mabo decision to Indigenous land rights in Australia.

Children learn Indigenous dance
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Children learn Indigenous dance

Clip from Totally Wild

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Scott Bidmead meets some young Aboriginals who are learning traditional dances at a workshop ahead of performing at Adelaide Oval.

Scott Bidmead meets some young Aboriginals who are learning traditional dances at a workshop ahead of performing at Adelaide Oval.

Indigenous death customs and the media
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Indigenous death customs and the media

Clip from Behind the News

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Following the death of Dr G Yunupingu, reporter Jack Evans investigates why images of the singer were blurred in the media and his first name omitted from reports. And the ...

Following the death of Dr G Yunupingu, reporter Jack Evans investigates why images of the singer were blurred in the media and his first name omitted from reports. And the ABC's Daniel Browning explains what "sorry business" is and how Indigenous communities express grief. (Contains images and voices of people who have died.)

The NT intervention's first decade
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The NT intervention's first decade

Clip from Behind the News

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Ten years into the Northern Territory National Emergency Response, Behind The News describes the federal government's 2007 intervention laws, the suspension of the Racial ...

Ten years into the Northern Territory National Emergency Response, Behind The News describes the federal government's 2007 intervention laws, the suspension of the Racial Discrimination Act, criticism of the policy, and calls for a review of the approach.

Australian Indigenous art
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Australian Indigenous art

Clip from Totally Wild

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Today, Stacey explores the world of Indigenous art, where painting and storytelling go handinhand. She's talking to Indigenous Interpretation Officer Jarred Fogarty, who shows ...

Today, Stacey explores the world of Indigenous art, where painting and storytelling go handinhand. She's talking to Indigenous Interpretation Officer Jarred Fogarty, who shows us amazing totems from Ramingining. Stacey gets her face painted in the dolphin motif, while the different dabs of colour and their meanings are explained. Sharing the stories expressed through paintings like rock art for instance is keeping Indigenous culture alive, and that's what it's all about!

Archie Roach sings Took The Children Away
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Archie Roach sings Took The Children Away

Clip from Rage

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Film clip of Archie Roach's 1990 single Took The Children Away tells the story of the children of the stolen generation.

Film clip of Archie Roach's 1990 single Took The Children Away tells the story of the children of the stolen generation.

Archie Roach They Took the Children Away
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Archie Roach They Took the Children Away

Clip from Rage

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Film clip to Archie Roach's 1990 hit single They Took The Children Away

Film clip to Archie Roach's 1990 hit single They Took The Children Away

New South Wales 150 year celebrations
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New South Wales 150 year celebrations

Clip from Lousy Little Sixpence

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Aboriginal people are forced to participate in a re-enactment of the arrival the British in 1788. The newsreel describes Australia before white man's arrival as 'a nameless ...

Aboriginal people are forced to participate in a re-enactment of the arrival the British in 1788. The newsreel describes Australia before white man's arrival as 'a nameless island' and applauds the 'progress' made since 1788. Do you agree with this view? Why or why not?

Naturally Australia
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Naturally Australia: The Simpson Desert

Season 1 Episode 5 ABC ME July 21, 2014

Geography

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The Simpson is one of the greatest sand dune deserts in the world. This program looks at how the desert's 1,100 dunes were formed. It also looks at other land types in the ...

The Simpson is one of the greatest sand dune deserts in the world. This program looks at how the desert's 1,100 dunes were formed. It also looks at other land types in the desert such as 'Breakaway Country', Gibber Plains and rivers. The program also explores how plants and animals have adapted to the desert.

Naturally Australia
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Naturally Australia: The Murray River

Season 1 Episode 7 ABC ME August 11, 2014

Geography

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The river Murray forms part of one of the world's largest river systems. Together with the Darling River the 'Mighty Murray' runs for 1450 kilometres, making up the single ...

The river Murray forms part of one of the world's largest river systems. Together with the Darling River the 'Mighty Murray' runs for 1450 kilometres, making up the single longest, continuous waterway in Australia. This program looks at how the river formed and at how it has changed both naturally and as a result of human use.

Naturally Australia
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Naturally Australia: The Franklin River

Season 1 Episode 4 ABC November 12, 2009

Geography

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The Franklin River is one of the most famous wild rivers in the world. The program looks at the geological evolution of the river and at how it continues to change today. In ...

The Franklin River is one of the most famous wild rivers in the world. The program looks at the geological evolution of the river and at how it continues to change today. In looking at the significance of the area, the program reveals evidence of early Aboriginal inhabitants uncovered in the river's limestone caves.