A day created to counter the disparity between our solar system and the Gregorian calendar, Febuary 29 only crops up in a leap year. But that's not the only reason tomorrow's going to be different. It's also the beginning of a different style of news and current affairs. One for all Australians.
Each weeknight, the show will tackle a topic of major significance in the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. First up, Stan and his team look at the legacy of our past and the state of the nation. Covering major moments in the nation's history and the issues that affect us today, Monday's show asks: how did we get to where we are? And where do we go from here? Let's look back in time, together as a country, so we can truly move forward.
The program will speak to a variety of guests, engaging them in debates and discussions within Indigenous Affairs and beyond. The debut episode's guest? Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, appearing in a special half-hour interview.
The Big Question
We want to know what you think about the big issues, so The Point with Stan Grant will pose questions that you can respond to using the hashtag #ThePointNITV. Monday night's question is a big one, and we'd love to hear your thoughts. Ready? Here it is:
If you were Prime Minister for a day what would you do to close the gap in Indigenous outcomes?
#ThePointNITV is your official portal to all things The Point with Stan Grant. Gearing up to watch the first episode? Let us know! Got a question for our special guest? Make your voice heard – join the conversation every weeknight with #ThePointNITV
You know what to do. Turn on NITV Monday 29 February from 9pm and experience a fresh perspective on Australia. If you really want to understand and connect with this country – it's deepest truths, it's cultures, it's daily debates – then join us.
The Point with Stan Grant
Weeknights from 29 February
9pm on NITV
Channel 34 & Foxtel 144 (and on SBS On Demand)
Use the hashtag #ThePointNITV to join the discussion