Naturally Australia
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Naturally Australia: The Great Barrier Reef

Season 1 Episode 2 ABC June 16, 2010

Geography

Science

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The Great Barrier Reef is the largest system of coral reefs in the world and supports an amazing variety of marine life. This program takes the viewer underwater to look at ...

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest system of coral reefs in the world and supports an amazing variety of marine life. This program takes the viewer underwater to look at the living coral, see how the reefs came into existence, and witness the amazing life the reefs support. We explore some major natural reefs, as well as introduced factors which affect the growth of the reefs and we look at the significance of the Reef being declared a World Heritage area.

Gnow Or Never
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Gnow Or Never

ABC February 4, 2010

Earth and environment

Biology

Science

Indigenous Australians

Personal and social capability

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In recognition of the cultural significance of an endangered species in their area, a community in the very small, isolated wheat and sheep farming town of Ongerup in Western ...

In recognition of the cultural significance of an endangered species in their area, a community in the very small, isolated wheat and sheep farming town of Ongerup in Western Australia have taken on a mammoth task to save their Gnowangerup Shire faunal emblem, the 'gnow' (Noongar is its Aboriginal name) or malleefowl from local extinction.

Naturally Australia
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Naturally Australia: The Franklin River

Season 1 Episode 4 ABC November 12, 2009

Geography

Science

Indigenous Australians

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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.

Naturally Australia
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Naturally Australia: Uluru

Season 1 Episode 3 ABC November 5, 2009

Geography

Science

Indigenous Australians

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Uluru is the largest monolith in the world. This program looks at the geological history of the rock and its features. It also covers the traditional Aboriginal view of the ...

Uluru is the largest monolith in the world. This program looks at the geological history of the rock and its features. It also covers the traditional Aboriginal view of the rock's features as explained in creation stories.

Reminiscing about the walk for reconciliation
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Reminiscing about the walk for reconciliation

Clip from Behind the News

Indigenous Australians

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Max and Isaac interview their Grandma Trish or 'Dubbo' about the walk for reconciliation that happened in May 2000. She explains why it was an important day for Aboriginal ...

Max and Isaac interview their Grandma Trish or 'Dubbo' about the walk for reconciliation that happened in May 2000. She explains why it was an important day for Aboriginal Australians and we learn about the Gomeroi nation, which is where the boys' family is from.

Walk for Reconciliation 20th anniversary
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Walk for Reconciliation 20th anniversary

Clip from Behind the News

Indigenous Australians

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Behind the News covers the 20th anniversary of the walk for reconciliation and the events that led up to that moment including the Redfern Speech by Paul Keating, the Mabo ...

Behind the News covers the 20th anniversary of the walk for reconciliation and the events that led up to that moment including the Redfern Speech by Paul Keating, the Mabo decision and the inquiry into the Stolen Generation. How many people were involved in the march to support reconciliation between white and indigenous Australians? How long did the march across the Sydney Harbour Bridge last? What is the name of the body set up to work on reconciliation? When did Kevin Rudd give his speech of

What is a treaty?
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What is a treaty?

Clip from Behind the News Special

Indigenous Australians

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The Behind the News team explains what treaties are, how Australia's colonisation was different to much of the rest of the world, and the national debate over calls for a ...

The Behind the News team explains what treaties are, how Australia's colonisation was different to much of the rest of the world, and the national debate over calls for a treaty with Australia's Indigenous peoples.

Garma festival
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Garma festival

Clip from Behind the News

Indigenous Australians

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Last weekend thousands of Aussies headed to North East Arnhem Land for the Garma festival. It's an annual celebration of Yolngu and other Indigenous cultures and an important ...

Last weekend thousands of Aussies headed to North East Arnhem Land for the Garma festival. It's an annual celebration of Yolngu and other Indigenous cultures and an important forum for talking about the issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. As usual, there were plenty of young Australians at Garma and we asked some of them to show us around and tell us why the festival is important to them.At this year's Garma Festival there was a lot of talk about constitutional recog

Indigo Ellis
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Indigo Ellis

Clip from BtN Newsbreak

Indigenous Australians

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Meet the upcoming Aboriginal singer Indigo Ellis (13) who shares her lost connections with the Stolen Generation and tries to reconnect with music.

Meet the upcoming Aboriginal singer Indigo Ellis (13) who shares her lost connections with the Stolen Generation and tries to reconnect with music.

The goanna spirit of Sugarloaf
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The goanna spirit of Sugarloaf

Clip from ABC News Breakfast

Indigenous Australians

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Dhanggati elder Bob Smith tells granddaughter Shaylan the legend of the goanna spirit that lives on Mount Sugarloaf (aka Barralbarayi).

Dhanggati elder Bob Smith tells granddaughter Shaylan the legend of the goanna spirit that lives on Mount Sugarloaf (aka Barralbarayi).

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

Clip from Rage

Indigenous Australians

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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

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

Clip from Rage

Indigenous Australians

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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.

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

Clip from Behind the News

Indigenous Australians

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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

Indigenous Australians

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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.

Google captures Uluru for Street View
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Google captures Uluru for Street View

Clip from Behind the News

Indigenous Australians

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Reporter Sowaibah Hanifie explains the significance of Uluru to Indigenous Australians and describes Google's project to provide an interactive tour on Street View of the ...

Reporter Sowaibah Hanifie explains the significance of Uluru to Indigenous Australians and describes Google's project to provide an interactive tour on Street View of the inselberg.

The Aboriginal-Afghan desert connection
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The Aboriginal-Afghan desert connection

Clip from Behind the News Special

Indigenous Australians

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Students at an Islamic school in Melbourne are creating a mosaic for NAIDOC week, telling the story of how Afghan cameleers and Aboriginals traded goods and ideas in the desert.

Students at an Islamic school in Melbourne are creating a mosaic for NAIDOC week, telling the story of how Afghan cameleers and Aboriginals traded goods and ideas in the desert.

Aboriginal astronomy the world's oldest
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Aboriginal astronomy the world's oldest

Clip from Behind the News Special

Indigenous Australians

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The Wurdi Youang stone arrangement near Ballarat could be the oldest astronomy site in the world, and at 11,000 years old, the Wathaurung people could be the world's first ...

The Wurdi Youang stone arrangement near Ballarat could be the oldest astronomy site in the world, and at 11,000 years old, the Wathaurung people could be the world's first astronomers.

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.