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Bulldozing Tibet's Past? - Is Beijing trying to consign Tibet’s ancient culture to history? Traditional houses are being replaced by modern, cheaper buildings in an effort to ‘modernise’ these earthquake-prone areas. Dateline finds Tibetans in fear of losing their architectural and cultural identity. (An SBS Production) CC…
 
WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Dateline continues its journey across the Darien Gap, one of the most dangerous jungles in the world. We attempt what no one has filmed before - migrants on the way to USA risking death, drowning, deadly snakes and drug traffickers in the search for a better life. (Part 2 of 2) (An SBS Production) CC…
 
Living Black, Australia?s leading Indigenous news and current affairs show, returns to uncover the real issues behind the headlines to tell vital Indigenous stories important to all Australians. In this new season Living Black will report from some of the most remote areas of Australia, delivering hard hitting news and current affairs stories impac…
 
The story leading our show sees us investigating the controversial issue of mentally impaired people who are detained in prison without trial or conviction, and where Indigenous prisoners are over represented. Hosted by Karla Grant in Rockingham, WA. Broadcast 15 September 2014. Living Black Series 21 Episode 1 (An NITV/SBS Production) CC #LivingBl…
 
We talk with Aboriginal Housing Company CEO Mick Mundine and activist Jenny Munro about proposed redevelopment of The Block and the Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Redfern. We visit the Wilcannia Exhibition, meet Indigenous students taking up medical studies and catch up with inspiring and talented singer songwriter Troy Brady. Hosted by Karla Grant. Li…
 
Laura Murphy-Oates reports on the proposed changes to the Racial Discrimination Act, Karla Grant discusses the changes with Dr Tim Soutphommasane, Larteasha Griffen reports on the push for Constitutional recognition, Hannah Hollis visits the NSW town of Gunnedah and Nevanka McKeon reports on the 25th anniversary of Bangarra Dance Theatre. Hosted by…
 
Host Karla Grant reports from New York City where Indigenous representatives from all over the world are working together for the rights of their people at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. An Australian delegation has voiced their concerns of the disparity between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians at the forum. Livin…
 
Living Black investigates the management of morgues in the Northern Territory. Last year, Robin Nilco's brother's body was swapped with a younger woman’s. It wasn't until his family had the funeral one week later, they realised there’d been a mistake. This family shares their painful story. Hosted by Karla Grant in Wadeye, NT. Living Black Series 2…
 
Cyclone Ita may have passed, but the damage is still evident in Far North Queensland. A Banana plantation that employs a large number of Indigenous workers has been destroyed by the tropical storm. Coming up on Living Black, we speak to the Indigenous communities that have been affected. Hosted by Karla Grant in Yarrabah. Living Black Series 20 Epi…
 
Since the Little Children are Sacred report and the Northern Territory intervention - the reports of sexual abuse of Indigenous children has increased. Leading experts say this is due to victims speaking out. Sarah, not her real name, tells Living Black her courageous story about being a victim of child sexual abuse and exploitation. Hosted by Karl…
 
Living Black’s ANZAC special comes to you from Adelaide at the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander War Memorial. We spend time with military Chaplin Ivan Grant who serves on the frontline with combatants, but he fights, without a weapon. Season 20 Episode 3: l. Hosted by Karla Grant. Living Black Series 20 Episode 3, Broadcast 21 April 2014 (An N…
 
Season 20 Episode 2: This week, Living Black reports from Perth, WA, where the Noongar people are close to sealing a native title deal with the State Government worth close to 1.3 billion dollars. But this historic move which could settle native title claims over Perth and the south west has caused division within the community. Hosted by Karla Gra…
 
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