• Aidan Glasby and Daryl Clarke take to the skies from Adelaide to Broome in Motorkite Dreaming. (Motorkite Dreaming)Source: Motorkite Dreaming
The Best on the Black Box showcases the most inspirational and thought provoking documentaries, TV shows and movies from here and across the globe, screening on NITV.
Karina Marlow

9 Dec 2016 - 3:23 PM  UPDATED 9 Dec 2016 - 3:41 PM

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.

Going Places with Ernie Dingo

Sunday, 11th December 7.30pm

Uluru, Ernie lands in the red centre and meets traditional Annangu owner Sammy and his partner Kathryn and gets an insight into Sammy's views, and joins rangers to participates in a controlled burn.

When The Man Went South

Sunday, 11th December 9.30pm

A classic journey of discovery and survival in the remote South Pacific, a universal tale of courage and the search for wisdom

Motorkite Dreaming

Monday, 12th December 7.30pm

The adventurous duo meet some inspiring Aboriginal elders, and when Daryl refuses to rise early to miss the wild weather, accidents happen.

Broke Ass Game Show

Tuesday, 13th December 8.00pm

Comics David Magidoff and Derek Gaines hit the streets of New York to lure unsuspecting contestants into playing some seriously fun, twisted games that trade participants' dignity for cold hard cash.

Awaken: Ernie Dingo

Tuesday, 13th December 9.00pm

Ernie Dingo: Full Circle - A Yamatji man from Western Australia Ernie Dingo has had an incredible career in the Australian media, his wit and humour challenging some of the most virulent issues impacting on Indigenous peoples.

The Last Mermaids

Wednesday, 14th December 8.00pm

For over 2000 years, the women of Jeju Island dove deep into the ocean, a refuge that's given them life, shielded them from war and allowed them to educate their daughters.

Living Black: Saving the Burrup

Wednesday, 14th December 9.00pm

Saving The Burrup - Traditional owners, lawyers, scientists and MPs in WA are united in opposition to changes to laws redefining what constitutes a sacred site.


Thursday, 15th December 8.00pm

Two troubled Canadian Aboriginal youths meet a former boxer who believes in the power of the sport to turn young men's lives around.


Thursday, 15th December 9.30pm

The sequel to ‘Kidulthood’: Six years after he was convicted for killing Trife, Sam Peel is released from jail.

White Tuft The Little Beaver

Friday, 16th December 7.30pm

A Friday night family movie: After one of her babies gets lost in the forest, a mother beaver searches frantically for him, while he is rescued by an unlikely ally.