Shellie Morris is a Darwin based singer/songwriter, who was born in Sydney and adopted out to a non-Indigenous family at birth.
Acclaimed film maker Richard Frankland talks about his career in the film and television industry and his latest feature film, 'To Hell and Back'.
This episode explores our national identity and who we are as Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
Three renowned authors, Dr Anita Heiss, Boori Monty Pryor and Meme McDonald discuss the black literary world in Australia.
Two of these countries leading Indigenous actors, Tom E Lewis and Noel Tovey are joined by one of these countries brightest up and coming stars Ursula Yovich and we explore their life and work on t
Tim Goodwin, Megan Davis and Joel Pringle, three articulate young Australians who discuss what the future holds for us as a nation as we attempt to embrace Indigenous and non-Indigenous share histo
Fran Dobbie, based in Sydney's western suburbs, is one person who recognizes the vulnerability of youth. She runs self-esteem workshops for children through the charity organisation, Essere.
A major two part commemoration and celebration of the 40th anniversary of the 1966 Wave Hill Walk Off featuring prominent Aboriginal bands who performed during the three day event.
An urban perspective on non-Indigenous involvement in the reconciliation movement in Australia.
For many Aboriginal People, the year 1788 began a process of disintegration, not only of our culture but of our very existence.
Believed to be the highest serving Indigenous police officer at the time of his retirement in 2001, Col Dillon has faced racism and adversity head on and has never shied away from exposing those wh
Statistics show that one in four women suffer from depression at some point in their life, and with men it's one in six. Experts in Indigenous health say it's double that in our communities.
Connie McDonald is a woman whose been liberated by love. Born In the Kimberley with a debilitating bone disease, Connie's first baby steps, broke both her legs.
This episode of Message Stick takes us to far north Queensland to the small town of Babinda.
When given the right mentor and social venture the world of opportunity can open up.
We witness a heroic effort by a young Indigenous man back in World War II.
So much of Australia's coastline is under immense pressure for development, as coastal land skyrockets in value.
Brian Dowd was unemployed, addicted to alcohol, gambling and about to end it all when a phone call saved his life. This defining moment inspired him to take back control of his life.
In 1936 The John Of God Sisters took over ccontrol of the Bungarum Leprosarium for Aboriginals near Derby in WA.
Frances Bodkin, known to many as "Aunty Fran" is a 76 year old D’harawal woman from the south of Sydney.