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NITV invites audiences to enhance their understanding of January 26 through its Sunrise Ceremony and programming slate
The two-hour special network event live now from Coolangatta, QLD, will invite audiences to deepen their understanding of Australia’s past, present and future as the dawn rises.
Broadcast live from Queensland’s Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island) for the first time, the 2021 Sunrise Ceremony invites audiences to enhance their relationship with Australia’s past, present and future, as the dawn rises.
NITV and SBS invite Australia to come together and reflect through ALWAYS WAS, ALWAYS WILL BE programming slate
Special events, Slow TV and powerful premieres form a unique programming slate for the week leading to January 26
Ernie Dingo returns to show us the best of our own backyard in the newest instalment of GOING PLACES WITH ERNIE DINGO
The past year has changed the way we travel, and the timely new season showcases the beauty of Australia’s best travel destinations as Australians rediscover their own backyard.
National Indigenous Television (NITV) has announced updates to its senior content editorial leadership team to support the continued growth and evolution of the channel, as it marked its eight-year anniversary of becoming available to all Australians free-to-air as part of the SBS network in December 2012.
At today's upfronts, SBS added additional programming news for SBS Food, SBS World Movies, SBS Viceland and NITV
Trickster is based on the bestselling novel Son Of A Trickster by Eden Robinson, and has roots in Indigenous gothic mythology.
NITV & SBS champion First Nations history, culture and achievements with special NAIDOC Week 2020 programming slate
National Indigenous Television (NITV) and SBS are proud to announce the programming slate for NAIDOC 2020 – a week-long dedicated schedule to mark the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The virtual 2020 celebration will be broadcast live on the free-to-air channel
Does Australia have a blurred history of James Cook? LOOKY LOOKY HERE COMES COOKY comes to NITV and Viceland
Presenter, co-writer and slam poet Steven Oliver takes the audience on an incredible and scenic journey across Australia from the cliffs of Kurnell to the Torres Strait.
The film will document how a group of NRL greats came together to invent a new pre-game ceremony in response to the Maori Haka, that could celebrate Aboriginal cultures and help to counter racism in rugby league.
Little J, Big Cuz and their friends, guided by Nanna and Old Dog, will continue to reflect Indigenous cultures and ways of learning through Little J’s world, centred around Nanna’s wonderful backyard and Ms Chen’s classroom.
Karla’s investigation traces back to almost five decades ago, sharing the story of a deteriorating Baby Michael who was only days old when he passed away in hospital.
From Australia, collection highlights include the landmark SBS documentary series First Contact, which shines a light on the deep divide between Indigenous Australians and the rest of the nation by taking six non-Indigenous people and immersing them into Aboriginal Australia for the first time
The second episode directed by Sam Levinson, titled "F*ck Anyone Who's Not A Sea Blob,” follows Jules (played by Hunter Schafer) over the Christmas holiday as she reflects on the year.
A new Discovery Channel special explores the untold story of Argentine football icon, Diego Maradona and the accumulating circumstances which may have contributed to his untimely death on 25 November last year.
Question master Jimmy Carr is joined by a panel of celebrity guests including Rob Beckett, Roisin Conaty, Nish Kumar, Katherine Ryan, Oti Mabuse, and Rob Brydon, as they go head to head to see who knows the most, about everything.