When the Japanese bombed Darwin in 1942, 95 Aboriginal children from the Stolen Generation, along with their missionary carers, were trapped on Croker Island, 200 kilometres off the Northern Territ
Twenty years after the High Court's Mabo judgement, the inside story of the court decision that threatened to divide a nation.
"We haven't brought you justice... No-one's been called to account." This is the unflinching judgement of Gary Jubelin, one of the nation's leading murder investigators.
This program is about a dynamic young indigenous man who's emerged as one of Australia's youngest CEOs. He's Jack Manning Bancroft and he is as comfortable in a hoodie as he is in a suit.
Four Poets take part in an intimate recital sharing their works and experiences as Indigenous People.
Storytellers of the Pacific is about indigenous people in the Pacific – their cultures, spirituality, histories, experiences and survival after colonisation.
This episode follows two people's journey back to a part of their past.
Redfern Now is a kaleidoscopic drama that explores this inner city suburb and the people who inhabit it.
Redfern, once synonymous with drugs, crime and dysfunction is now the epitome of Sydney's inner city urban chic.
Harold Thomas was born in Alice Springs in the mid forties, though he was subsequently removed from his family and in his words ‘Deported to Adelaide on the Ghan’.
Devastated by a soaring rate of youth suicide, the Indigenous people of Rockhampton decided to act.
Established in May, 1998, the Wathaurong Aborigianl Co-operative was a CDEP initiative five years ago. It took two years to work out where the enterprise was heading.
In this episode of Talking Heads, a boy-meets-girl story with a colourful twist. John and Ros Moriarty have lived lives full of passion.
This is an exclusive look into the workings of the Territory's unique bush courts.
Uncle Banjo Clarke, who is also known as Rainbow Man or Wisdom Man among other honoured titles, was a Gunditjmara Elder who touched many lives.
This story explores what happens when a caring culture breaks down.
One hundred years ago the Chief Protector of Aborigines in Queensland set up what he described as a dumping ground for the lame, the holt and the incorrigible; the black criminals of the state.
When Lieutenant-Governor James Stirling established Western Australia's Swan River colony (later the city of Perth) in 1829, times were tough.
Pemulwuy charts the history of Australia's first ever Aboriginal resistance fighter.
Four Corners asks 'what has changed' since the 1989 Fitzgerald enquiry exposed high level corruption in the Qld police force.