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Going Places with Ernie Dingo
Sunday, 4th December 7.30pm
Ernie travels to the Great Barrier Reef to meet people who call this unique part of the world home catching up with Yindinji elder Gudju Gudju, Jamie a toxicologist, and Gareth skipper of the Monsoon.
*Ernie Dingo was the former host of travel show 'The Great Outdoors'.
Monday, 5th December 7.30pm
After flying lessons and a bumpy start, the boys are still flying at night, needing to dodge invisible powerlines and fences to land.
Monday, 5th December 8.00pm
This historical documentary from John Pilger is an early exploration of the struggles of Indigenous Australians in their own country, and the long, historical conspiracy of silence in Australia.
Nations Without Borders
Monday, 5th December 9.00pm
Canada's Indigenous network APTN unravels the story of a Cree woman jailed for a crime she says she didn't commit.
Awaken: Rachel Perkins
Tuesday, 6th December 9.00pm
Rachel Perkins is one of our foremost filmmakers, with an ability to share Indigenous stories that has been widely acclaimed. Catherine Liddle sits down with her to hear about her recent project, recording the songlines of Australia's First Nations people.
Recognition: Yes Or No?
Wednesday, 7th December 8.00pm
Indigenous politician Linda Burney and commentator Andrew Bolt are deeply divided on recognising the unique nature of Aboriginal Australians in the Constitution.
The Team That Never Played
Thursday, 8th December 8.00pm
This documentary investigates football in the apartheid era and the continuing role, on and off the field, played by the legends of those days.
The Point - Year In Review 2016
Thursday, 8th December 9.00pm
Stan Grant and the NITV team look back on 2016: the Point goes beyond the mainstream news cycle to uncover Indigenous stories that matter.
Thursday, 8th December 9.30pm
A hard-hitting film about a day in the life of a group of troubled 15-year-olds growing up in west London.
Being Black N Chicken N Shit
Saturday, 11th December 8.30pm
The Winner of the Best Newcomer at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2012, Matt Okine’s comedy show Being Black n Chicken n Shit.