Living Black

2017
26:10

Season 25 Episode 2 - Stevie Salas

3.0 3 x
Stevie Salas has played with some of the biggest names in the music industry. The Native American musician is not only rated as one of the top 50 guitarists in the world, but he's also a television host, music director, record producer, film composer, writer, director and film producer. His new film 'Rumble - The Indians Who Rocked The World' screened at the 2017 Sydney Film Festival to rave reviews and received a prestigious Special Jury Award for World Cinema Documentary at the 2017 Sundance ...
25:02

Season 2017 Episode 6 - Life On The Inside

3.0 7 x
Living Black gains rare access to the Alice Springs Correctional Centre, where they get a glimpse into the lives of three Aboriginal inmates serving time.
23:42

Season 2017 Episode 5 - Narelle's Fight

4.0 11 x
Single mum Narelle Reynolds has two adult sons with fragile X syndrome, a genetic condition causing intellectual disability. We join Narelle and her family's struggles in a bid to save her son's life.
25:41

Season 2017 Episode 4 - Cultural Crusader

3.0 8 x
An inspiring story of transformation, of a clever Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girl from Far North Queensland and how she rose to become a world leading expert in Indigenous law.
25:59

Season 2017 Episode 1 - A Vision For Palm

4.0 14 x
Across Australia, First Nations people are up to 10 times more likely to go blind, often from preventable causes. In Queensland that's starting to change, thanks to a mobile eye clinic that's bringing first-class ophthamology services to some of the most remote corners of the state. Living Black investigates how the service is changing lives in the isolated community of Palm Island.
Episodes 2015
25:00

S2015 Ep13 - Sovereign Nation

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Sovereign Nation - The Yidinji people of Cairns are reclaiming their sovereign rights. passports, birth certificates and a police force are now a reality. But what does it really take to turn away from the Crown? (An NITV Production) (Current Affairs) CC
25:50

S2015 Ep12 - Best Of Living Black - Music & Arts

3.0 26 x
Best Of Living Black: Music & Arts - Australia's leading Indigenous current affairs program. (An SBS/NITV Production) (Current Affairs) CC
26:43

S2015 Ep11 - Inawintji's Story

3.0 27 x
Inawintji's Story - Inawintji Williamson is an Anangu woman from the APY lands who suffers from Renal Disease. She has been forced to move from her remote homelands, family and friends to receive dialysis in Adelaide. (An SBS/NITV Production) (Current Affairs) CC
25:12

When women’s business becomes men’s business

3.0 46 x
In this episode of Living Black, journalist Laura Murphy-Oates speaks to three ‘Brotherboys’, female to male Indigenous transgender people, about their process of coming out and transitioning to men. WATCH the full episode on SBS ONE, MONDAY 5PM, on NITV, Tuesday 9PM
26:19

S2015 Ep8 - Community Closed

3.0 24 x
Community Closed - Australia's leading Indigenous current affairs program presented by Karla Grant. Oombulgurri is a remote community in WA or at least it was until it was closed by the Government three years ago. Cissi Birch-Gore tells us what it’s really like to disconnect from your homelands. (An SBS/NITV Indigenous Production) (class tba) CC
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