This program explores how we have kept our culture and identity strong during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, while many of us have been isolating away from Country and family. Journalist Keira Jenkins explores connecting with culture while learning language at home. Hosted by Ryan Liddle and Shahni Wellington.
Home delivery saving our cheesemakers. Launching the latest in bush tucker. A new health food supplement made from apples boosts hope for bushfire-hit orchardists. Plus protecting Tasmania's waterways from livestock.
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.
Compound interest will be one of the most important things you ever learn. Don't believe it? Gen Fricker will explain why. Learn how compound interest works and why saving now can help you later.
Drought-stricken grain growers taking their last chance on a crop. Demand soars for organic fruit and vegetables. Keeping a country newspaper alive. Plus the struggle to save unwanted working dogs.
The nationwide grain industry outlook. A regional business making cheap ventilators. Farmers demand the right to repair their tractors. The high-tech nursery facing big challenges.
Planning to get rich quick by investing one day? Before you jump in, let Gen Fricker explain some of the risks involved with different types of investments.
Truckies keeping food supplies moving. Cow colostrum a new trend in health foods. Big hearted volunteers feeding hungry horses. The greenhouse-grown vanilla pilot. Plus Ginger growing bio-security champions.
Think credit cards are basically free money? Gen Fricker will make you think again. Learn how interest rates and fees affect the money you borrow and why they may be more expensive in the long run.
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.
Safeguarding the food supply chain during coronavirus COVID-19. Changes at fruit and vegetable markets. Out to sea for banana prawn season. RFDS readies for coronavirus. Plus a silver lining for the flower industry.
What is the true cost of buying something? Gen Fricker explains that it's more than just money. Learn about opportunity cost what it is, why it's a helpful tool and when to use it.
This program pays tribute to our Anzacs with stories of how diggers smuggled a French orphan boy into Melbourne after World War II, the soldier settlement schemes, and a family linked to the charge of the Light Horse Brigade at Beersheba.
The Point examines how our lost cultural heritage is being slowly returning home. Reporter Danny Teece-Johnson travels to the UK to follow the repatriation of cultural artefacts. Journalist Douglas Smith heads to Burketown as Gangalidda-Garawa cultural objects come home. And Karla Grant meets a unique family who's been on the hunt to find the remains of their baby brother and return him to country. Hosted by John Paul Janke and Rachael Hocking.
This program looks at the importance of war memorials in paying tribute to our Anzacs, and the Indigenous soldiers denied access to land settlement schemes after serving their country in world wars.
Coronavirus COVID-19 changing the way primary producers and agricultural businesses operate. Fears for hundreds of wineries. Pork producers on alert for African swine fever.
This program explores the different ways we are represented through pop culture in Australia and the new ways our stories are being told and interpreted. Reporter Brooke Fryer takes a look at the popular video site TikTok, and the ways our mob are standing out. Journalist Ryan Liddle takes a look at the Aboriginal comic books that are encouraging our kids to want to read. Plus, what shows you need to watch while isolating. Hosted by Rachael Hocking and John Paul Janke.
From the food we eat to the clothes we wear, this program explores technology's threat to the American worker and the ways we are responding.
Life is full of opportunities to learn new things, no matter what your age. Explore these videos as part of Community Colleges Australia's lifelong learning programs and enrich your knowledge of the world.
From Bathurst to Jabiluka, or gold to uranium, mining has reshaped Australia's landscape, economy and society. Explore the boom times and busts of life when miners move in or move on.