Fuzzy and her class visit Lola's forest, but when they get separated they learn a powerful lesson.
With the help of Milka, a haunted doll, Fuzzy helps Esther adjust to her new surroundings.
The impacts of mining flow through the landscape and deep into a community. Devastated by irrefutable evidence of water contamination, a young leader finds hope in country and culture.
Maimie Butler tells the story of Pilyirrpa Kutjarratjarra (Two Babies), in the Ngaanyatjarra language. Recorded in Blackstone, WA.
The Point look back at the 2000 Sydney Olympics as a defining moment when Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures were shared to the world. From Cathy Freeman lighting the cauldron, to Yothu Yindi performing at the closing ceremony, the team explore this moment in our history and examine whether Australia has grown in the two decades since. Hosted by John Paul Janke and Rachael Hocking.