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Yarabah! the Musical
Sunday, 16th October 8.00pm
Watch as Opera Australia helps to ignite musical life and empowers the small northern community of Yarrabah, outside of Cairns
Standing on Sacred Ground
Sunday, 16th October 8.30pm
From Papua New Guinea rainforests to Canada's tar sands, 'Profits and Loss' exposes industrial threats to native peoples' health, livelihood and cultural survival.
Village at the End of the World
Sunday, 16th October 9.30pm
Village At The End Of The World is a witty, surprising and ultimately feel good portrait of an isolated village of 59 people and 100 sledge dogs, surviving against the odds.
The Best of Koori Knockout
Tuesday, 18th October 7.30pm
We relive the 2016 Knockout with some of the best men's and women's games. Tonight catch the Women's Grand Final: the Redfern All Blacks vs Redbelly Blacks and Women's Semi Final Redfern All Blacks vs Gular Giddyarais.
AFL: West Kimberley Grand Final
Tuesday, 18th October 9.30pm
Catch the AFL action from Broome with the 2016 West Kimberley Football League Grand Final.
Barunga Double Feature
Get amongst the traditional dancing, traditional and contemportary sport, visual art, storytelling and language, cultural tours and concert at the annual Barunga Festival.
Barunga or Bust
Wednesday, 19th October 9.30pm
NITV on the Road: Barunga Festival
Wednesday, 19th October 10.30pm
Rose against the Odds
Thursday, 20th October 7.30pm
The true life-story of Aboriginal boxer Lionel Rose-from his heyday in the late 1960s as World Bantamweight Champion to his later struggles as with alcohol and crime.
What Becomes of the Broken Hearted
Thursday, 20th October 9.30pm
The raw and powerful sequel to Once Were Warriors, set six years after daughter Grace's tragic death, Jake's wife Beth has left him and his son Nig was killed in a gangland fight. Can Jake redeem himself?
Saturday, 22nd October 7.20pm
The series of short documentaries showcasing the Yolngu culture, from Creation to Nowadays.
Saturday, 22nd October 8.30pm
This film takes Charles Perkins back to Moree and Walgett and uses newsreel footage and dramatic reconstructions to retrace his story.