With an Aboriginal mother and a Caucasian father, daughters Noni, Alice and Grace Eather are navigating their 20s while moving as they always have between two cultures and two homes.
What would you do if a volcano erupts in front of you? How would survive a deadly rip current?
The story of the Gamo Highlands above the African Rift Valley, and the unique worldview held by the people of the region.
This is the story of Bill and Mick Thaiday, father figures in Aboriginal broadcasting. Their aim has been to give voice to Aboriginal people, where their parents and grandparents had none.
In the 1920s, when motor vehicles replaced camels as a mode of supply in central Australia, camels slowly went feral. However, in the 1960s, the Pitjantjara were still using camels for their travels.
Follows the interweaving journeys of four inspiring women, and their stories of wisdom and resilience, love and forgiveness.
The story of an Aboriginal mother and daughter, both victims of the Stolen Generation.
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