Karla Grant Presents

Season 2019

Season 2019, Episode 33 - Lady Lash

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Lady Lash is a Kokatha woman with Greek ancestry. Pushing beyond all expectations she has carved a successful career in the male dominated hip hop industry.

Season 2019, Episode 34 - Returning Our Ancestors

Expired 4.0 8 x
Returning Our Ancestors explores the deep responsibility of Victorian Traditional Owners to return their Ancestors to Country and lay their spirits to rest.

Season 2019, Episode 32 - Eating Up Easter

Expired 3.0 8 x
Rapanui filmmaker Sergio Mata'u Rapu explores the modern dilemma of their people, descendants of the ancient statue builders, as they face the consequences of their rapidly developing home.

Series 1 26

Expired 3.0 8 x
Explores where Vogue Australia came from, where it has been and where it is headed, along with the role the brand has played and continues to play in the lives of Australians today.

Our Law

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At WA's first Indigenous-run police station in Warakurna, two Noongar officers learn Yarnangu Lore and culture and master the local Ngaanyatjarra language to police in a more meaningful way.

Season 2019 Episode 24 - Characters Of Broome Season 2 - Sally Bin Demin

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Sally was born in 1942 and has many stories to tell about her life and the unique richness and influences of being raised in a multicultural community.

Season 2019 Episode 23 - Characters Of Broome Season 2 - Stephen Baamba Albert

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A colourful and entertaining character who isn't shy of telling a yarn or two, Baamba remains an unsung hero of Indigenous progress made in the last fifty years.

Season 2019 Episode 22 - Characters Of Broome Season 2 - Peter Yu

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Peter is Chinese/Aboriginal and the only boy in a large a family of girls. Now the CEO of the Yawuru Prescribed Body Corporation, his story will step behind his public image to reveal what drives him.

First School

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The story of Brian and Violet Carter who travelled back to Ardyaloon (One Arm Point on the Dampier Peninsula WA) in the 1970s and established the first school at Middle Beach.


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This Manikay (songline) is sung traditionally by the Djambarrbarrpunu Clan. Milkarri is a sorrow Manikay and performed by women from this clan about longing for Ngurryurrtjurr (homeland/clan).