The Point

2018
53:28

11 October

3.0 2 x
The Point marks Mental Health Week and examines mental health and suicide prevention in Indigenous communities. Ella Archibald-Binge meets two women who are harnessing art to overcome their mental health challenges. Magistrate Pat O’Shane tells us about the importance of taking care of our mental health. Director of Suicid...
54:32

27 September

3.0 3 x
The Point returns in a new weekly format featuring investigative journalism, celebrity interviews, international and domestic Indigenous news and live crosses to events around the nation.
54:15

20 September

4.0 6 x
The Point examines the impacts of deaths in custody on our First Nations communities. Western Australian Correspondent Rangi Hirini speaks with the family of Ms Dhu about her shock passing and its aftermath. Journalist Liz Deep-Jones visits the family of Tane Chatfield and looks at developments in his case. Reporter Madeli...
54:07

13 September

3.0 3 x
The Point returns in a new weekly format featuring investigative journalism, celebrity interviews, international and domestic Indigenous news and live crosses to events around the nation.
54:54

23 August

3.0 0 x
The Point takes a look at some of the key speeches featured at this year’s GARMA Festival. Hosted by Rachael Hocking and John Paul Janke.
53:58

16 August

4.0 16 x
The Point returns in a new weekly format featuring investigative journalism, celebrity interviews, international and domestic Indigenous news and live crosses to events around the nation.
05:25

Youth Justice in the NT: Women in Detention

3.0 4 x
The number of boys in detention far outnumbers the girls - but Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women are the fastest growing incarcerated population in the country, and in the Northern territory 100 per cent of female youths in detention are Aboriginal. Earlier this week, Rachael Hocking took a look at why experts sa...
05:29

Youth Justice in the NT: Youth Justice

3.0 5 x
It was just 2 years ago that we as a nation sat shocked as images of a teenage boy shackled to a chair and his head covered were broadcast on TV. His name is Dylan Voller – his story alone will not be responsible for the change that needs to happen, but it has helped to bring attention to how our youth are being treated in...
54:51

9 August

4.0 0 x
The Point assembles a special panel to examine the high rates of youth incarceration in the Northern Territory. Reporter Ryan Liddle takes a look at why youth are being locked up at such high rates. Journalist Liz Deep-Jones speaks with Youth Justice Advocate Keenan Mundine about why Australia needs to raise the age at whi...

26 July

3.0 10 x
The Point takes a good look at men’s health. Ryan Liddle meets the men behind the drug and alcohol awareness group ‘Brothers for Recovery’ as they work to help prevent addiction. We follow dual international Timana Tahu as he teaches us how to eat healthy and stay fit. We also speak to Jake Gablonski about how to look afte...
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