S3 Ep15 - Suzy Betts

3.0 62 x
Suzy Betts a Kokata, Wirangu and Mirning woman from Port Lincoln South Australia runs and operates camps for the Aboriginal students from Port Lincoln High School to take them back out on country.

Ep18 - Peter Mulcahy

Expired 3.0 40 x
Artist Peter Mulcahy has a vision of symbols, yet doesn't understand their meaning. He travels back to his country and while speaking to his elders,

Ep17 - Loreen Samson

Expired 3.0 64 x
Loreen Samson is a Ngarluma woman and senior artist at the Roebourne Art Group. Loreen describes her world and the inspiration for her painting that attract high prices and critical acclaim.

Ep16 - Mark Sheppard

Expired 3.0 48 x
Internationally acclaimed Circus Oz touring Arnhem Land for the first time. The story of performer Mark Sheppard a Murray man from Mareeba FNQ, sharing his circus and clowning skills with the youth.

Ep15 - Territa Dick

Expired 3.0 81 x
Territa Dick is a 23-year old Indigenous woman who comes from the Kunjen clan. She currently works as an Administrator at the Kowanyama Aboriginal Land and Natural Resources Management office.

Ep12 - Ashley Hunter

Expired 3.0 194 x
Ashley Hunter is a Bardi Man and an aspiring artist. He lives in One Arm Point on the Dampier Penninsula, which is north of Broome. He is a very talented artist who paints on canvas.

Ep11 - Microwave Jenny

Expired 3.0 54 x
Husband and wife performers Brendon and Tessa first met several years ago at a school spectacular and today are the creative and driving force behind Microwave Jenny.

Ep10 - Duncan Smith

Expired 3.0 75 x
A portrait of Wiradjuri Artist Duncan Smith as he prepares for his first major exhibition.

Ep9 - Jorge Kapeen

Expired 3.0 116 x
23year old Boxer Jorge Kapeen, has been boxing for three years. Before he walked into the Winnunga boxing gym he was overweight and battling alcoholism and depression.

Ep8 - Donna Ifould

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Donna Marie Ifould lives in Broome and is a Bard woman. She is the first Indigenous linguist from the Kimberley and has been researching the roots of many Kimberley languages.