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Keeping the Language
Sunday, 18 September 8pm
This doco focuses on the accounts of seven Nyul Nyul /Jabirr Jabirr "Saltwater People" who describe the cultural genocide their people suffered when the use of language and practice of law was forbidden at the Beagle Bay Mission.
Sunday, 18 September 9.30pm
With Fiji’s recent rugby success at the Rio Olympic Games, relive the success of the Pacific Islands rugby teams with this sports documentary.
Weekdays from 7:00pm
Start your week off with Our Stories, a vibrant series of mini docos from emerging regional and remote filmmakers.
League Nation Live
Tuesday, 20 September 7.30pm
Tune in for the second last show of League Nation Live for the year as the team talk finals footy!
Tuesday, 20 September 9.30pm
Get excited for the 2017 launch of the AFL Women's League with the Exhibition Series showcasing our female football talent. First match is a good ol' WA derby between the West Coast and Freemantle.
Wednesday, 21 September 9.30pm
A history of the achievements and struggles of Indigenous sportspeople in our national game, Aussie Rules.
Marngrook Footy Show
Thursday, 22 September 7.30pm
The finals are heating up and the Marngrook team is ready to bring you their best in the second last show of teh season.
Thursday, 22 September 9.30pm
The Academy-Award winning film follows the story of Precious, an abused 16 year old as she tries to turn her life around through her enrolment at an alternative school.
Black Music: An American (R)evolution
Saturday, 24 September 7.30pm
The story of African American music and the civil rights movement from slavery to Barack Obama's nomination as presidential candidate.
Part 2 follows the evolution of black music from the polished sounds of Motown towards an aggressive affirmation of blackness. But the angry lyrics of Public enemy was soon replaced by the materialism of gangsta rap and R&B songs.
Children of the Wind
Saturday, 24 September 8.30pm
Two brothers and a cousin journey from a humble fishing village on the Caribbean island of Bonaire to become three of the best freestyle windsurfers in history.
Heart of a Lion
Saturday, 24 September 9.30pm
This Finnish film follows Neo-Nazi Teppo, who after looking to start a new life after a stint in prison, falls for waitress Sari and her mixed-race son.