Our Footprint

2015
14:45

S3 Ep15 - Marjorie Tripp

3.0 35 x
Marjorie was 17 when she signed up for the Women's Royal Australian Naval Service and became the first Aboriginal member.The Ngarrindjeri Elder started her naval career in 1963.
13:50

S1 Ep18 - Lake Entrance

Expired 3.0 136 x
This is the story of Aboriginal families who lived in the bush camps around the tourist and fishing town of Lakes Entrance after white settlement.
14:23

S1 Ep16 - Vincent Angus

Expired 3.0 65 x
Vincent Angus is a Jawi Bardi elder from Mudnunn, a small community east of Djarindjin/Lombadina.
14:41

S1 Ep14 - Aunty Margie

Expired 3.0 105 x
Aunty Margie is a Gumbaynggirr Elder of Corindi Beach, also a child of the stolen generation she gives an insight into her early life.
14:21

S1 Ep13 - Brendan Chaquebor

Expired 3.0 78 x
Brendan Chaquebor is a Bard elder of the Djarindjin community on the Dampier Peninsula, north of Broome. Brendan's passion in life is upholding traditional knowledge, law and culture.
14:13

S1 Ep12 - Coral Wilson

Expired 3.0 71 x
Aunty Coral reflects on her life from Point Pearce Mission to receiving lifetime achievement awards for her work in the community.
14:59

S1 Ep11 - Tim Kemp

Expired 3.0 170 x
Gungaloo Man, Tim Kemp a remarkable 91 year old man who collated in his own experience of being a young person on the Woorabinda mission.
13:55

S1 Ep10 - Roy Wiggan

Expired 3.0 136 x
83 year old Bard elder Roy Wiggan shares the story of his father Little Wiggan who was lost at sea for four days, many years ago, off the coast of One Arm Point, when Roy was just a boy.
14:46

S1 Ep9 - Max Eulo

Expired 3.0 142 x
Uncle Max Eulo is the unofficial face of Aboriginal Australia. He has smoked and welcomed the biggest names into this country. Who is Max Eulo, The Smoking Man.
14:50

S1 Ep8 - Violet Sheridan

Expired 3.0 65 x
Violet takes us on a journey to an old mud hut her 3x Great Grandmother dearly called "Queen Caroline Chisholm Lane and her husband dearly called "King Albert" who raised 10 children at Yass.
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