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15 Sep 2011 - 2:50 PM  UPDATED 6 Sep 2013 - 9:31 AM

This week we're in the Central Desert, where the controversial Northern Territory Emergency Response began four years go.

Since then it's touched the lives of many, if not all, Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory.

But are they better off?

Over in Queensland, we take to the streets of Cairns to find out why so many Indigenous people are sleeping rough.

And as the Deadlys approach, we look at the films nominated for their contribution to Indigenous storytelling.

Plus: our music series continues with Nangral, and we also meet country music veteran Col Hardy, who is using his talents to teach the young about Australia's native animals.

Repeat times
SBS ONE
Monday 5:30pm
Tuesday 12:30am
Friday 2:30pm

SBS TWO
Monday 6pm


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