The kids of Wapos Bay love adventure. Their playground is a vast area that's been home to their Cree ancestors for millennia. As they explore the world around them, they learn respect and cooperation.
The social organization, daily life, myths and beliefs of the main cultures of history addressed in a different tone, with touches of humour in a 'close-to-the-kids' language.
Animated traditional stories explained by the Elders including the Dolphin NSW and the Wanka Manapulpa Minyma, WA
Mr Cat, Quack-Quack and Stumpy love reality TV game shows, so Kaeloo suggests they take part in one, a game in which, at the end of each challenge, the contestants vote off one of the others.
After leaving China under the threat of Zares, our heroes arrive in Japan. They must find the third City of Gold which the infamous Zares promised to release Athanaos, the father of Esteban.
Finding My Magic is a children's rights education program designed to teach students about their rights and responsibilities. Finding My Magic features Olympic Champion Cathy Freeman.
A unique look at the early life and development of young animals, edited and narrated from the viewpoint of the animals themselves.
Elder Moort spots an eagle flying over camp and decides he would like it for a pet. Moort calls the children to catch it for him. Later Moort is startled to see Boya in the sky holding onto a rope.
Kimmie and Jason have a secret - whenever all the adults leave the room, their plush toy wolf Tiga comes to life to teach the kids all the stories, sounds and languages he has learned from their Kokum
Meet Wanji, Nunpa, Yamni and Topa, four adventurous wolf cubs who live with their parents amidst a wolf pack in the plains and forests of North America
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as we learn all about Australian Bush Tucker. Mother and daughter, Sarah Weston and her daughter Bailey from Perth teach us some Noongar language.
Inuk is a highly imaginative seven-year-old Inuit boy who lives with his family in the Arctic. Destined to become a shaman, Inuk has special magical powers.
Come along on a fun and entertaining journey into the world of Yamba's Playtime. You will have an ANTastic adventure!
In the late 1800s, missionaries came to Yarrabah bringing with them brass musical instruments. The Yarrabah Brass Band continues a long traditional legacy of music and culture within the community.
Miranda Tapsell introduces our feature documentary of the week - Trisha Morton-Thomas's 'Occupation Native'.
Djinang, Look! It's a yongka, a kangaroo. And can you see the wetj, the emu full of feathers
This episode highlights the importance of friendship. The special guest today is rapper Munki Muk.
In this reverse episode, Kayne challenges Brandon to help save animals that live in the city or get into a spot of bother living alongside humans.
The Young, Strong and Proud project works with young people in Aboriginal and TSI communities in Queensland with the aim of developing a series of communication resources using music and video.
Mr Cat and Stumpy would have preferred to play war. But Kaeloo somehow gets them to play... peace!
The one who attacked Esteban, Tao and Zia is Yoshi, an old man who fiercely keeps the impressive Orichalcum sphere. Yoshi reveals the children that it's a utsuro bune, a revered sacred object.
The children have never heard of a Bunyip. They are told by Elder Moort if they go near the ghostly bush they may see one. They follow Moort's advice to stay in a cave overnight to see for themselves.
Meet Wanji, Nunpa, Yamni and Topa, four adventurous wolf cubs who live with their parents amidst a wolf pack in the plains and forests of North America.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub and her daughter Mahlena while we all learn about numbers and words. The Witchetty Grubs perform, Numbers on our Hands.
In Noongar Boodgar, Noongar Country there's so much to see. Wano, this way the djet, the flowers and ali bidi, that way you can see the boorn, the trees. Moorditj!
This episode teaches us about opposites. We learn Darug words for day & night. David Page is our special guest. Hear the story of Loongie the Greedy Crocodile & share our lesson on Caring For Country.
Brandon challenges Kayne to catch, cook and then eat an Arafura File Snake - a rare delicacy that lives in croc-infested waters in Arnhem Land!
Kaeloo is playing shop and sets up a market stall to sell apples.
Using his gift to make the sun reappear, Esteban allows Zia to take off on the Condor. Under the astonished eyes of Yoshi, the immense golden bird finally emerges from the waves.
The Aboriginal boys find some eucalyptus branches and decide to make three didgeridoos that will have the most beautiful acoustic sounds in the land.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids Host Jub. Dreams and wishes is today's theme and Aunty Sylvia Clarke teaches us some Yawuru language from WA.
Mereny and kep, food and water keep us walang, healthy. How about a yongka stew, a kangaroo stew? Yum yum sounds moorditj!
Today's theme is water. Uncle Jimmy Little is our special guest. We learn the Darug word Wida means water. "Joshua & the 2 Crabs is today's story & we learn about a canoe tree relic in the bush.
Brandon challenges Kayne to a hoof-thumping mission: to train as a Jackaroo and then muster about 40 head of cattle in the Megalong Valley.
In NSW, Aboriginal kids continue to be over represented in out-of-home care. For The Kids shines a light on the incredible role played by Aboriginal grandparents and foster carers Eddie and Rose Vale.
In NSW, Aboriginal kids continue to be over represented in out-of-home care. For the Kids shines a light on the incredible role played by Aboriginal grandparents and foster carers, Eddie and Rose Vale. For more than 25 years they have worked tirelessly to bring safety and stability to the lives of vulnerable children in their community through foster care Agency Burrun Dalai. Weaving Eddie and Rose’s personal story with that of the Dalai Dreamers’ preparations for the Kids in Care Cup, For the Kids captures the excitement and magic of the lead up to the competition and its importance for the community, especially the kids.
Kaeloo is mummy, Mr Cat is daddy, Quack-Quack is the daughter and Stumpy is the son. But Kaeloo soon realises that being a mother every day is far from easy.
Near the temple of Izumo, the children pull Esteban from the water, but attract the attention of one of the guards who chases after them.
While hunting for a kangaroo the Aboriginal boys were followed by a friendly emu that had just walked through a smelly prickle bush.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as she makes an easy fun paper family cut out. Uncle Jeremy and his daughter Faith teach us some family member words in the Gathang language.
Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Filthy Lucre remix of Yothu Yindi's legendary 'Treaty'. Featuring many original band members and special guests including Baker Boy.
My Moort, my family make me djoorabiny, they make me happy.
Today is about what makes us special. Dr Chris Sarra explains how kids can train teachers by building up classroom credits. Gawura classroom kids from St Andrews School dance to Max's Groove Scool Rap
Brandon takes Kayne to Tasmania for a ridiculously nail-biting mission, to track down and then kiss a Tasmanian Devil!
The buddies are swapping ghost stories and while Stumpy trains zombie yogurts in a nearby cemetery, Quack-Quack is bitten by one of them turns into a famished zombie.
Inside the temple, the shield mirror leaves the children perplexed: according to the silhouette in the utsuro bune, it is the path and the key to the next golden city.
The Elder Moort was getting hungry for some Bungarra to eat, he sent the three Aboriginal boys to catch one. They were fooled by the old Bungarra and found a camel that was stuck in a rabbit warren.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids Host Jub and her daughter Mahlena as we all learn about Australian land animals. Uncle Gregg Dreise and his kids perform their platypus dance.
Come along on a fun and entertaining journey into the world of Yambas Playtime. You will have an ANTastic adventure!
Moorditj walang, good health is about looking after our bodies every day. It's solid koolangka!
We see how everything has a life cycle. Kerrianne Cox sings the 'Bush Tucker' song. Lillii Pilli shows her Nan's backyard. Storytime is Caterpillar and Butterfly.
Brandon challenges Kayne to track down one of the deadliest and rarest spiders on earth: the northern tree-dwelling funnel web spider!
Brandon challenges Kayne to track down one of the deadliest and rarest spiders on earth: the northern tree-dwelling funnel web spider!
Stumpy wants to earn some pocket money and baby-sitting is as good a way as any. Meanwhile, Kaeloo invites Mr Cat to dinner to sort out their problems.
At night, as Ichiro goes to take his guard duty at the castle, Esteban follows him and tries to convince him to help him to escape Mendoza and his men.
The Aboriginal children come across a honey ants nest and eat the ants and the honey nectar went all over their faces. A white dingo puppy follows them to lick the nectar off their lips.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub and her best friend Sue the Kangaroo as they clean up their home and show us where some Australian animals live.
The buddies have taken on different roles, Quack-Quack is a specialist in explosive yogurts who wants to take over and rule Smileyland and Kaeloo, Stumpy and Mr Cat are secret agents.
Mendoza and his men take control of the ship, taking Gaspard and Ambrosius prisoner. They spot the Condor and are delighted to meet back up with the kids, who introduce them to Yoshi and his family.
One fresh misty morning a young Aboriginal boy went running through the bush, he kicked his big toe on a rock hopping around on one foot he put his throbbing toe into the river.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as she teaches us all about Australian birds. Uncle Jeremy and Faith Saunders have some Gathang Language words.
Miranda Tapsell introduces our feature documentary of the week - Warwick Thornton's 'We Don't Need a Map'.
To please Stumpy, a flight-simulator fan, Kaeloo suggests playing airplanes. Mr Cat immediately claims the role of pilot and Kaeloo the air hostess and imagination plays out the scene.
Mendoza manages to escape Ambrosius' attack by a whisker. Ambrosius claims it was Mendoza who attacked him.
The children walk among the termite mounds, they notice ants all over the ground, they wanted to catch an echidna for a stew. Then they heard a strange voice coming from the billabong.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as we all learn about Australian Reptiles. The Witchetty Grubs sing a song about Gugga the Goanna.
Kedala, day-time for the ngaangk, the sun and kedalak, night-time is when the miyak the moon comes out.
Today's show is about how we use our senses to smell, touch, taste, hear and see. We see Chris Sarra as a little boy. Storytime is 'The Two-Hearted Numbat'. We learn about Aboriginal fish traps.
Brandon challenges Kayne to a deadly mission: to find and then tag a venomous Tiger Snake.
Our buddies play explorers to the delight of Stumpy a fan of adventure movies. Stumpy is disillusioned as Guardian of the Gruel and Indiana Quack-Quack and Herr Katze face off to get to the Gruel.
In the middle of the cave, at the top of the pyramid, our friends find an orichalcum sphere, floating on a lake. They get attacked by thousands of giant crabs but manage to seek refuge inside.
Elder Moort wanted goats milk to drink, he sent the boys into the gorges looking for a herd of goats. They brought back a billy goat. Elder Moort yelled out to the boys - 'This is not a milking goat!'
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub and her daughter Mahlena as they show us how to stretch your body and eat healthy.
Kwort Kwobikin, to celebrate is deadly! Moort madja, family get-togethers are deadly!
Today's show is about celebrations, including Naidoc Week. Jessica Mauboy sings 'Up Down'. A diablo expert shows his skills and we learn more words in the Darug language.
Brandon challenges Kayne to track down an elusive cassowary, one of Australia's rarest birds.
The plight of asylum seekers in the face of the Australian Government policy of mandatory detention for unauthorised arrivals.
The plight of asylum seekers in the face of the Australian Government's policy of mandatory detention for 'unauthorised arrivals'.
Kaeloo explains to the buddies how to play gold. Quack-Quack's non-stop holes-in-one are enough to wind anybody up and Kaeloo transforms into Bad K on purpose to whack a ball and get a hole-in-one.
Inside the City's treasure room, our friends discover that they're able to control the orichalcum cubes with their thoughts, thanks to the crowns they're wearing.
The children go down to the river to catch some mud crabs for dinner. Boya rescues a Joey kangaroo and makes a new friend. All their hard work is wasted as the mud crabs all get away except for one.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as we learn all about Water Creatures. Jub will show us how to make a shell necklace and play a guessing game with Sue the Kangaroo.
Karima Haroon is an exuberant young woman from Afghanistan who arrived in Australia in 1999 as a refugee.
Karima Haroon is an exuberant young woman from Afghanistan who arrived in Australia in 1999 as a refugee. Tragic circumstances have forced her to take charge and care of her entire family.
Noongar people have been solid tool makers for a long, long time. Karli, the boomerang and kitj, the spear are very useful tools.
Today's show is about reading the land and making sense of the weather..
Brandon challenges Kayne to find a honey ant in the midst of the central desert - a ridiculous idea, especially when Kayne learns they live four feet underground.
The buddies sit in a circle, one plays the mailman and walks round and round to deliver a letter to one of the three on the ground, they then chase and catch the mailman before they take their place.
Zares has managed to flee, taking with him the Crown and the Crystal Pearl. Aboard the Condor, Esteban explains his plan to his friends. He'd arranged for Zares to take the Crystal Ball on purpose.
The children go swimming in the billabong, not realising a crocodile is lurking in the water. The crocodile chases after Jarra and a turtle and Jarra grabs hold of a tree branch and pulls himself up.
Do you feel djoorabiny, do you feel happy? Or do you feel menditj, do you feel sick? Make sure you share how you feel with someone who cares. It's moorditj koolangka!
Today's show is about the night sky and the traditional significance of the stars for Darug people.
Brandon challenges Kayne to the unthinkable- to lure in a great white shark by beatboxing!
The buddies go off camping with the aim of playing a treasure-hunt game.
Their mysterious pursuers turn out to be children whose parents have been kidnapped by Ambrosius' men and are being forced to work at the Fort of Patiala.
Moort the Elder is hungry for boiled emu eggs and sends the children to find some. The children come back empty-handed so he shows them how to find them. They arrive too late the eggs are hatching.
There are maar keny bonar, six seasons. Birak is hot time, time for djiba-djobaliny, swimming time.
Today's show is about games. We learn the Darug word for playing, meet todays guest Yaarnz man, Paul Sinclair & Uncle Chris shows us how to use ochres as paint.
Brandon takes Kayne to the Great Barrier Reef to track down one of the greatest sights in the animals kingdom: baby turtles racing for the sea minutes after they are born.
Stumpy and Quack-Quack are playing cowboys with kick-scooters done up as horses.
At the Fort of Patiala, Esteban has been spotted by Ambrosius. While escaping, he spies his father in a cell, but has to flee, as he is being chased by Laguerra.
Elder Moort is sleeping in his humpy when he hears a noise behind a bush and sends the children to find out what is making the noise. The children find a cave and are chased by a black boar.
Kaeloo wants to play princesses and Mr Cat builds a time-travel machine and takes the buddies back to 19th-century London.
Tao is now in the hands of Ambrosius. Ambrosius tries to return to his good graces, but Tao sees him as a traitor and refuses to give him his confidence.
The children walk to the coast to enjoy some oyster pearl meat. They are walking for days then finally see the sandy beaches for the first time. Here they find a black pearl and turtle nest.
Miranda Tapsell introduces our feature documentary of the week - Erica Glynn's 'In My Own Words'.