Living Black Conversations

January 2014

S2014 Ep3 - Robert De Castella promo

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Living Black host Karla Grant speaks to four time Olympian and dual Commonwealth Games gold medallist Robert De Castella who is working towards finding an Indigenous marathon runner to compete for Australia at an Olympic Games. Tune in on Tuesdays at 8pm on NITV, Fridays at 2.30pm and Sundays at 5pm

S2013 Ep11

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S2013 Ep11 of Living Black Conversations was broadcast by SBS ONE on Tuesday 21 January 2014 at 9:30.
December 2013

S2013 Ep9

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Yalmay and Djawa Yunupingu - Indigenous stories that matter to all Australians. During a time of unbearable grief, the wife of the late Dr Yunupingu, Yalmay Yunupingu, captured the hearts of the nation when she bravely spoke of their unbreakable love and her respect and admiration for her late husband and his tireless work for his people. Yalmay and Djawa Yunupingu open their hearts and allow Living Black a rare glimpse into their homeland, their culture and tells of their love and loss of Dr Y...
November 2013

S2013 Ep6

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Indigenous stories that matter to all Australians, hosted by Karla Grant. (An SBS Production) CC

S2013 Ep4 - Adam Goodes

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Indigenous stories that matter to all Australians, hosted by Karla Grant. This episode, Karla speaks with AFL pin-up Adam Goodes, discussing that infamous racial remark made by a 13-year old girl, life after AFL and the possibility of a move into politics.(An SBS Production) CC
October 2013

Living Black: Conversations S2013 Ep3 - Jack Thompson

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Jack Thompson - Most known for his standout roles in Australian and international films and television over 40 years, Karla Grant delves into the lesser known story of Jack Thompson’s connection to Indigenous peoples. Jack’s long-held love with Indigenous Australia began when as a 7 year old he first held a woomera and threw a spear, a fascination that spurred him into a career telling important Australian Indigenous stories. Jack tells the mesmerising story of his childhood, of growing up amon...

Living Black: Conversations S2013 Ep2 - Rachel Perkins

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She is the woman behind some of the best Indigenous television and film, and the daughter of one of the most famous Aboriginal activists. Now Rachel Perkins tells Karla Grant about the making of such works as the multi-award winning documentary series First Australians (2008), the television film Mabo (2012), film Bran Nue Dae (2010), and TV series Redfern Now. (An SBS Production) CC