A Time for Reflection
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A Time for Reflection

NITV July 5, 2015

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Uncle Stevie, a local Kaurna Elder from Adelaide brings us his thoughts and perceptions of NAIDOC Week. A time for reflection on how far we've come us a country together and ...

Uncle Stevie, a local Kaurna Elder from Adelaide brings us his thoughts and perceptions of NAIDOC Week. A time for reflection on how far we've come us a country together and also who educates us on some of Adelaide's local sacred sites.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Mother Tongue: GunaiKurnai

ABC Me June 13, 2017

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This is a story about a dynamic group of women who are reviving the GunaiKurnai language throughout East Gippsland in Victoria.

This is a story about a dynamic group of women who are reviving the GunaiKurnai language throughout East Gippsland in Victoria.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Yamani, Voices of an Ancient Land

ABC Me June 27, 2017

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For tens of thousands of years, the rich and beautiful sounds of thousands of languages washed across this earth. Over all of Australia it is believed there were more than 500 ...

For tens of thousands of years, the rich and beautiful sounds of thousands of languages washed across this earth. Over all of Australia it is believed there were more than 500 at one time. Around 200 years ago, a new language began to replace them, sweeping across Australia with such force that some parts of it could no longer hear the voices that told its stories and held its secrets. A deep silence seemed to be looming. Then, finally, a change began. As the volume of the old words faded to a whisper in some places, the people who are their custodians began to take action, calling for respect, for the rights to speak and be heard in their traditional tongues, while stirring everyone to appreciate the treasury of knowledge held in their languages. The Queensland Indigenous Languages Advisory Committee was formed in 2005 in recognition of the need for a state body to advocate for Indigenous languages. Many of the group have known each other for many years prior through informal language networks. Together they have achieved many things for Queensland languages. Over the years the women have found a collective passion for music and song. Some just love to sing and others wants to see their songs passed on the younger women. It was decided that for one meeting the women would each bring a song in their language to share with the others. This contemporary musical gathering seeded the realisation singing in this way gives new life to the ancient process of sharing music between communities, and empowers the participants to share their languages. Join with them, by listening or singing along, to let their ancient lands once again - and in ever louder volume - hear the voices that hold and tell its stories.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Yaama Ghubhii: Connect Song

ABC Me May 2, 2017

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Connection song that welcomes people to Gamillaroi Land in traditional language, sung by students from a local Public School.

Connection song that welcomes people to Gamillaroi Land in traditional language, sung by students from a local Public School.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Mother Tongue: My Pride and Joy Stick

ABC Me May 3, 2017

Indigenous Australians

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When Aunty Lee Healy decided to make the first dictionary for the Taungurung language she didn't know what she was in for.

When Aunty Lee Healy decided to make the first dictionary for the Taungurung language she didn't know what she was in for.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Mother Tongue: Strong Sister

ABC Me May 5, 2017

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Rhonda Radley is a descendant of the Gathan and Dunghutti speaking people. She drives a movement to bring women from different Aboriginal groups together, and to revive ...

Rhonda Radley is a descendant of the Gathan and Dunghutti speaking people. She drives a movement to bring women from different Aboriginal groups together, and to revive culture through language and practices.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Ocean Rubbish Turned Into Marine Animals: Mackay, QLD

ABC Me May 23, 2017

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David Day has made over 40 pieces of art - turtles, stingrays, manta rays and fish - from ocean rubbish. Some pieces are purely made out of thongs, others made out of mixed ...

David Day has made over 40 pieces of art - turtles, stingrays, manta rays and fish - from ocean rubbish. Some pieces are purely made out of thongs, others made out of mixed marine debris.

ABC Open
10:01

ABC Open: Mother Tongue: Wadawurrung Language

ABC Me May 24, 2017

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Short stories and language from Wadawurrung country in Victoria.

Short stories and language from Wadawurrung country in Victoria.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Mother Tongue: Wiradjuri

ABC Me May 30, 2017

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A language that's transforming a town. In Parkes each week, over 1000 people learn the Wiradjuri language, taught in every primary school as well as in high schools and at TAFE.

A language that's transforming a town. In Parkes each week, over 1000 people learn the Wiradjuri language, taught in every primary school as well as in high schools and at TAFE.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Barndi Warany: Good Feed

ABC Me May 31, 2017

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Set in Wajarri country inland from Geraldton, Western Australia. Rosalie Jones cooks some Marlu Guga - kangaroo meat and some Damba - damper for her family while speaking the ...

Set in Wajarri country inland from Geraldton, Western Australia. Rosalie Jones cooks some Marlu Guga - kangaroo meat and some Damba - damper for her family while speaking the Wajarri language.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Welcome to Shelly Beach

ABC Me May 31, 2017

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After writing a script in English, it was decided that the best way to share a Parnkalla (Barngarla) story about a Shelly Beach was to do it by including local language into ...

After writing a script in English, it was decided that the best way to share a Parnkalla (Barngarla) story about a Shelly Beach was to do it by including local language into the story, just how it may be used today.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Mother Tongue: Keeping an Ancient Language Alive

ABC Me June 7, 2017

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A few people speak the Indigenous Djabuguy language fluently. Michael Quinn, an Englishman, is one of them.

A few people speak the Indigenous Djabuguy language fluently. Michael Quinn, an Englishman, is one of them.

ABC Open
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ABC Open

ABC Me May 10, 2017

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EALD

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This is a story about fishing methods in Bardi Jawi country on the Dampier Peninsula in the West Kimberley. The Bardi Jawi Rangers share their local knowledge including Bardi ...

This is a story about fishing methods in Bardi Jawi country on the Dampier Peninsula in the West Kimberley. The Bardi Jawi Rangers share their local knowledge including Bardi words for local fish.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: Going Home to Girramay

ABC Me August 24, 2017

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A young woman goes on a journey to find herself and educate the broader community about what it really is to be an Aboriginal person.

A young woman goes on a journey to find herself and educate the broader community about what it really is to be an Aboriginal person.

ABC Open
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ABC Open: My Language: Gathang

ABC Me September 7, 2017

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Jeremy Saunders talks about the importance of revitalising endangered languages and how he has been going about it.

Jeremy Saunders talks about the importance of revitalising endangered languages and how he has been going about it.

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

Clip from Behind the News Special

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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.

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.

Aboriginal inequality and 'Closing the Gap'
3:37

Aboriginal inequality and 'Closing the Gap'

Clip from Behind the News

Indigenous Australians

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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.