The Best of the Black Box showcases the most inspirational and thought provoking documentaries, TV shows and movies from here and across the globe.
6 Aug 2015 - 11:32 AM  UPDATED 10 Aug 2015 - 5:25 PM

The Best of the Black Box showcases the most inspirational and thought provoking documentaries, TV series, news, and movies on from here and across the globe. 

NITV is a channel made by, for and about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Through us, you will discover a channel for all Australians. Be inspired and learn the true history and culture of Australia on NITV. 

Our Stories

Daily from 6:30PM 

Start your week off with Our Stories, which is a series of mini docos from emerging filmmakers from regional and remote areas of Australia create digital song-lines. | Learn more 

 

The Prophets

Tuesday 11 August 7:30PM 

The Prophet is a riveting, seven part series reveals the incredible stories of the Maori prophets. Presented as a comprehensive anthology, their lives are a fascinating aspect of NZ history.

 

Awaken: A Good Man Stands Up

Wednesday 12 August 9:30PM 

Award winning journalist Stan Grant hosts a one hour panel show, putting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues under the microscope.

 

The Marngrook Footy Show

Thursday, 13 August 7:30PM

Grant Hansen and Gilbert McAdam are joined by a panel of current and former AFL players to discuss the fortunes and prospects of your favorite AFL club.

 

Clouded History

Saturday 15 August  7:30PM 

A look at the historical significance and the colonial impact on Indigenous people of tobacco as well as the many campaigns against smoking and current programs within community.

 

Rabbit Proof Fence

Saturday 15 August  9:30PM 

Tells the true story of three Aboriginal girls who are forcibly taken from their families in 1931 to be trained as domestic servants as part of an official Australian government policy. 

 

Brave New Clan

Sunday 16 August 9:30PM 

Follow the lives of six exceptional young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, and see how they engage with their communities, history and cultures, in modern Australia. | Learn more