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The Way We Wore

The Way We Wore is an illuminating three-part documentary series which exploring the cultural and historical significance of fashion in Australia, revealing how the clothes we wear provide intimate and surprising insights into the evolution of our country.

Our Law Series

At Western Australia’s first Indigenous-run police station in Warakurna, two officers discover more about Yarnangu Lore and culture. They also master the local Ngaanyatjarra language to police in a more meaningful way.

Star Dreaming

A magical odyssey through time and space, by two children as they explore the mysteries of the Universe through from the world’s oldest living culture and its largest radio telescope.

Revis Ryder, Daisy Ward and Wendy Kelly standing in front of police car

Our Law

At Western Australia’s first Indigenous-run police station, two officers learn language and culture to help them police one of the world’s most remote beats.

Slam

Ricky Naser is a young Australian whose peaceful suburban life turns to hell when his sister Ameena disappears without a trace. In a climate of distrust and xenophobia, Ricky is forced to denounce her as an extremist.

Derek & Mark in the kitchen

On Country Kitchen Season 2

It’s season 2 and Derek still can’t cook! With locally found ingredients, and sprinkle of culture and character for good measure, Mark and Derek create an Indigenous-inspired feast for the characters and producers they visit along their journey.

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