Our Stories

October 2018
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S1 Ep47 - Between Worlds

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Bruce King is a young Murri man, who grew up as Bianca. In this documentary we will reveal his struggles to find acceptance, both from his community and from himself.
14:49

S1 Ep46 - Bagu With Jiman

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Part survival tool, part spiritual being, the Bagu with Jiman was traditionally used to make fire. Today it has been transformed into an iconic art form by Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre.
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S1 Ep45 - Kustodians And Kustoms

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Gabriel Bani is a traditional kustodian of the Wagadagam clan of Mabuyag Island. He takes us on a journey into Mabuyag to explore the 'Kustoms' of 'Aylan Lore'.
14:42

S1 Ep44 - Lillian Bowen

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Lillian Bowen is passionate about passing down her Guugu Yimidhirr language to the next generation of kids from Hope Vale in Cape York Peninsula.
14:29

S1 Ep43 - Teddy Jangala Egan

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Warlpiri man Teddy Jangala Egan is posthumously awarded the NT Police Valour Medal - the highest award any member of the force can receive tracking and apprehending escaped killer, Bily Ben.
13:54

S1 Ep42 - Winawaal: My Country, My Home

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Family and country is everything to Veronica McKeon. The proud Nyul Nyul woman speaks of her love of country and the importance of handing down knowledge to the younger generation.
14:43

S1 Ep41 - Miart Fashion Models

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What started as an exploration of artistic media, turned runaway when Mornington Island artists enlisted their youths to showcase their art at Virgin Airlines Melbourne Fashion Festival.
14:59

S1 Ep40 - Searching For Little Eva

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Elijah Douglas, a young Gangalidda man from Doomadgee wants to locate the crash site of a World War 2 bomber and teach the Aeroplane Dance to a group of youngsters.
14:28

S1 Ep38 - Bushmob

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Warlpiri man Teddy Jangala Egan is posthumously awarded the NT Police Valour Medal - the highest award any member of the force can receive tracking and apprehending escaped killer, Bily Ben.
14:06

S1 Ep37 - Camel Country

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Over one hundred years ago the first camels were introduced into Australia. This is the story of how they radically changed the landscape and how the Camel Company manages the excessive population.
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