February 2014

February 13, 2014

4.0 40 x
Grounded is a variety show for teenage kids that lives in community, bush town, or the city; where real people talk about their lives, share their dreams and show you what they're made of

February 12, 2014

3.0 31 x
Tyrone enters a chess competition at St Philip's College. We hear about the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Aspirations program and its impact on school students. Vincent McManus, an actor & tea

February 11, 2014

3.0 37 x
Catch up with Mary G aka Mark Bin Bakar, see how the Lights, Camera, Action agency presents opportunities for indigenous youth to write their own stories and turn them into film.

February 10, 2014

3.6 82 x
We meet runner Alphonse Cox, Vanessa & Greg Saunders from the Woungra band and see the Woori netball players from Woorabinda State school.

February 9, 2014

3.0 35 x
Grounded 2 is a nineteen episode series of a fast-moving grab-bag of teenage-interest items covering every aspect of Aboriginal youth, pride and culture.

February 6, 2014

3.0 29 x
We meet a third year graduate from QUT who shows us how she maintains culture through new media and we see how Matthew Hayden lends his support to Aboriginal cricket.

February 5, 2014

3.0 30 x
Singer songwriter Adam James tells of the influence Palm Island has had on his music. Little G interviews Zennith band members.

February 4, 2014

3.0 23 x
This week's Video mail Bag comes from Woorabinda where we here Anthony's story of how he turned his life around.

February 3, 2014

3.0 24 x
This week Tyrone visits the Alice Springs Town Council Civic Centre. We get a glimpse at the Woorabinda Idol participants during their NAIDOC celebrations.

February 2, 2014

3.0 31 x
Tyrone hosts this week's show from the Alice Springs Road Transport Hall of Fame. Rocky High school students share with us the significance of their school mural.
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