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    1. 12:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    2. 1:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    3. 2:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    4. 3:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    5. 4:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    6. 5:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    7. 6:00am

      Welcome To Wapos Bay

      The kids of Wapos Bay love adventure, and their playground is a vast area that's been home to their Cree ancestors for millennia. As they explore the world around them, they learn respect and co-operation.

      Children (TBC)
    8. 6:30am

      Bizou

      A lively, animated pre-school series that explores the wonderful world of animals through the eyes of a cheerful little Aboriginal princess named Bizou.

      Animation (TBC)
    9. 7:00am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keep fit and healthy. So get your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles, wherever you are to come and move it mob-style.

      Children (G)
    10. 7:30am

      The Mysterious Cities of Gold

      The original '80s animation classic that follows a young orphan called Esteban as he searches the new world for both his father and the mysterious cities of gold.

      Animation (PG)
    11. 8:00am

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids Host Jub as she explores the many animals from across this country. Nadeena Dixon sings a special song about the whales.

      Children (G)
    12. 8:30am

      Waabiny Time

      Moorditj walang, good health is about looking after our bodies every day. It's solid koolangka!

      Children (TBC)
    13. 9:00am

      Go Lingo

      A high energy game show packed with fun and challenges as students aged between 11-12 play a variety of high-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology.

      Game Show (TBC)
    14. 9:30am

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to catch a saltwater croc and attach a satellite tag to it to help rangers keep the local community safe.

      Lifestyle (G)
    15. 10:00am

      Around The Campfire

      Elder Nancy McDinny takes us on a journey through Karrwa country and her paintings about resistance, restoration and belonging.

      Documentary (G)
    16. 10:15am

      Around The Campfire

      Greenhill School teaches and maintains Dunghutti in Kempsey and is steeped in the history of the community and how it is strengthening its youth in Kempsey.

      Documentary (G)
    17. 10:30am

      Kriol Kitchen

      Steamed barramundi with ginger and shallots, soya, pickled Chinese cabbage drizzled with crunchy garlic oil and pearl shell sashimi - ff there were ever a dish that took care of itself, then this would be it.

      Lifestyle (G)
    18. 11:00am

      The Marngrook Footy Show

      Marngrook celebrates Indigenous round with a huge line up of special guests including AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan, North's Lindsay Thomas and former Bomber and Port player Che Cockatoo-Collins.

      Sport (TBC)
    19. 12:30pm

      Burned Bridge

      Putting their failed relationship behind them, Beth and Vincent throw themselves into their own concerns.

      Entertainment (PG)
    20. 1:30pm

      From the Torres to the Thames

      Follows the Purple Spider Dance troupe as they perform at a prestigious festival in England. The experience will strengthen their connection and belief in their culture.

      Documentary (PG)
    21. 2:30pm

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids Host Jub as she explores the many animals from across this country. Nadeena Dixon sings a special song about the whales.

      Children (G)
    22. 3:00pm

      Bizou

      A lively, animated pre-school series that explores the wonderful world of animals through the eyes of a cheerful little Aboriginal princess named Bizou.

      Animation (TBC)
    23. 3:30pm

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to catch a saltwater croc and attach a satellite tag to it to help rangers keep the local community safe.

      Lifestyle (G)
    24. 4:00pm

      Go Lingo

      A high energy game show packed with fun and challenges as students aged between 11-12 play a variety of high-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology.

      Game Show (TBC)
    25. 4:30pm

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keep fit and healthy. So get your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles, wherever you are to come and move it mob-style.

      Children (G)
    26. 5:00pm

      The Mysterious Cities of Gold

      The original '80s animation classic that follows a young orphan called Esteban as he searches the new world for both his father and the mysterious cities of gold.

      Animation (PG)
    27. 5:30pm

      NITV News

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    28. 6:00pm

      Outback Cafe

      Mark Olive, aka the 'Black Olive', is an Australian Aboriginal chef with a passion to bring the vibrant colours and earthy tastes of ancient outback food to everyone's dining table.

      Documentary (PG)
    29. 6:30pm

      Kriol Kitchen

      Spicy joombood patties with chili and raw skippy (fish) with lemon, chilli, garlic, soya and vinegar sashimi: In this episode, Ali and Mitch travel with Mark north of Broome to a popular fishing spot.

      Lifestyle (G)
    30. 7:00pm

      NITV News

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    31. 7:30pm

      Around The Traps

      It's Entertainment Tonight, Blackfella style. Our reporters from across the country will be feeding in stories from remote and regional communities. This episode features the Tjungu Festival.

      Arts and Culture (G)
    32. 8:30pm

      Indians and Aliens

      Exploring the remarkable encounters with unidentified flying objects (UFOs) in the vast, remote Cree territory of northern Quebec. An Aboriginal view of the universe and the unknown.

      Documentary (G)
    33. 9:00pm

      Go Girls

      Amy, Britta and Cody are 25 and have been friends forever but their lives aren't going as they thought they would. They plan to be married (Cody), famous (Britta) and rich (Amy) within a year.

      Comedy (M)
    34. 10:00pm

      By the Rapids

      Animated comedy that takes a satirical look at what happens when a thoroughly urban family relocates from Toronto to the Aboriginal community where the successful lawyer parents were born and raised.

      Animation (PG)
    35. 10:30pm

      By the Rapids

      Animated comedy that takes a satirical look at what happens when a thoroughly urban family relocates from Toronto to the Aboriginal community where the successful lawyer parents were born and raised.

      Animation (PG)
    36. 11:00pm

      NITV News

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    37. 11:30pm

      Australian Indigenous Surfing Titles 2015

      All the action from the 2015 Indigenous surfing titles from the iconic Bells Beach in Victoria. We meet the competitors and bring you all the results from the heats and finals each day.

      Sport (TBC)
    38. 11:45pm

      Around The Campfire

      Come with local Damon Leftwich as he takes you around his home town of Cairns and shows you to all the places that are important to him up in the tropical Far North Queensland.

      Documentary (G)
    1. 12:00am

      Away From Country

      NBA superstar, Australian captain and proud Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Patty Mills shares his story and gives us an insight into what life is like playing for one of the world's most successful sporting teams, the San Antonio Spurs.

      Documentary (G)
    2. 1:00am

      44th Annual Koori Knockout

      Grassroots rugby league at its best at the 44th Annual Koori Knockout from Raymond Terrace, NSW.

      Sport (TBC)
    3. 2:00am

      Queensland Murri Carnival 2014

      Grassroots rugby league at its best at the Queensland Murri Carnival from Redcliffe, QLD.

      Sport (TBC)
    4. 3:00am

      Ella 7's

      Coffs Harbour versus Dharawal 7s, Waterloo Storm 2 versus Coonamble Rams, Nari Nari Warriors versus Graduates, UTS Waterloo Storm versus Deadly Dead Bulls.

      Sport (TBC)
    5. 4:00am

      2011 Lightning Cup

      Top End grassroots AFL at its best.

      Sport (TBC)
    6. 5:00am

      Defining Moments

      Kerrianne Cox is a Kimberly singer who is advocating messages of unity and people power. She's using her experiences and cultural knowledge to empower others and to protest mining at James Price Pt.

      Documentary (TBC)
    7. 5:30am

      Kriol Kitchen

      Ali and Mitch share two recipes they grew up with that their father used to make - a condiment made from the intestines of the pearl shell and also a dish made from the muscle of the shell.

      Lifestyle (G)
    8. 6:00am

      Welcome To Wapos Bay

      The kids of Wapos Bay love adventure, and their playground is a vast area that's been home to their Cree ancestors for millennia. As they explore the world around them, they learn respect and co-operation.

      Children (TBC)
    9. 6:30am

      Waabiny Time

      Kwort Kwobikin, to celebrate is deadly! Moort madja, family get-togethers are deadly!

      Children (TBC)
    10. 7:00am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keep fit and healthy. So get your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles, wherever you are to come and move it mob-style.

      Children (G)
    11. 7:30am

      Bizou

      A lively, animated pre-school series that explores the wonderful world of animals through the eyes of a cheerful little Aboriginal princess named Bizou.

      Animation (TBC)
    12. 8:00am

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as we learn about nature. Kerrianne Cox sings about bush tucker and Jason Brown teaches some Gundungurra language.

      Children (G)
    13. 8:30am

      Go Lingo

      A high energy game show packed with fun and challenges as students aged between 11-12 play a variety of high-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology.

      Game Show (TBC)
    14. 9:00am

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to go out after dark and spot little penguins sneaking out of the sea to feed their babies.

      Lifestyle (G)
    15. 9:30am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keep fit and healthy. So get your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles, wherever you are to come and move it mob-style.

      Children (G)
    16. 10:00am

      Kriol Kitchen

      Spicy joombood patties with chili and raw skippy (fish) with lemon, chilli, garlic, soya and vinegar sashimi: In this episode, Ali and Mitch travel with Mark north of Broome to a popular fishing spot.

      Lifestyle (G)
    17. 10:30am

      The Marngrook Footy Show

      Marngrook celebrates Indigenous round with a huge line up of special guests including AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan, North's Lindsay Thomas and former Bomber and Port player Che Cockatoo-Collins.

      Sport (TBC)
    18. 12:00pm

      NITV News Week in Review

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    19. 12:30pm

      NEAFL 2015: NT Thunder

      Follow the NT Thunder through their 2015 season in the NEAFL.

      Sport (TBC)
    20. 2:45pm

      Surviving

      Sharon Brown has lived all around NSW, but when her mother told her, their connection to the Blue Mountains region and the stories of that area, it impelled her to move to there.

      Documentary (G)
    21. 3:00pm

      Desperate Measures

      The Hon. Linda Burney was one of the organisers of the March for Justice, Freedom and Hope. The march was a unifying moment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders as they restated what the year meant for us and changed the history books for our people.

      Documentary (G)
    22. 3:15pm

      Desperate Measures

      Shane Phillips lives and breathes his love of his sport and his team Redfern All Blacks; during a game he invites us into the history behind the oldest Aboriginal Rugby League Club in Australia.

      Documentary (G)
    23. 3:30pm

      Our Footprint

      Back in the nineteen sixties a young Geoffrey Prince arrived in the small border town of Mungindi chasing labouring work. He never thought that he would meet the love of his life, or make it his home.

      Entertainment (G)
    24. 3:45pm

      Our Footprint

      Djugan elder Frank Ozies, 83, shares his memories in the style that most oldies do, he jumps from one topic to another trying to cover as many years of his life as he can in this short story.

      Entertainment (G)
    25. 4:00pm

      Around The Campfire

      Kelvin Johnson has spent all his life on his country at Nepabunna Community. He tells the stories of growing up and how the Adnyamanthanha have survived and what he hopes for the future.

      Documentary (G)
    26. 4:15pm

      Around The Campfire

      The Blue Mountains are a tourist destination on the outskirts of Sydney. The community shows us around their cultural centres and how they are keeping the stories alive.

      Documentary (G)
    27. 4:30pm

      Unearthed

      Grent Maling is a young man with his sights set firmly on being a celebrity reporter to the stars, and with his work ethic and drive, he has a great chance of getting there.

      Documentary (G)
    28. 4:45pm

      Unearthed

      Roy Smith is a young man working hard to keep his life together. He's a single father, a mentor, a talented boxer and excels in in the game of rugby league.

      Documentary (G)
    29. 5:00pm

      Ngurra

      Inseparable since school days, Yindjibarndi woman Allery Sandy and Marlene Harold are still the best of friends. Now in their late 50s, they lead us on a trip though Roebourne.

      Documentary (G)
    30. 5:15pm

      Ngurra

      Sylvia Allan, a wonderful Pilbara elder, returns to Yindjibarndi heartland.

      Documentary (G)
    31. 5:30pm

      NITV News Week in Review

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    32. 6:00pm

      Maori TV's Native Affairs

      Maori Television's flagship current affairs show mixes pre-recorded stories with live interviews and panels, where invited guests discuss the latest events.

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    33. 7:00pm

      Rock Art and Yingana

      Meet Isaiah Nagurrgurrba and Alan Nananiyuo as they take us on a journey up Injalak Hill. The artists from Injalak Arts and Crafts, an Aboriginal art centre in Gunbalanya, Western Arnhem Land, paint as their ancestors have always done, to mark their connection to the land and to demonstrate their rights and responsibilities to the country Aboriginal people have cared for over tens of thousands of years.

      Arts and Culture (PG)
    34. 7:30pm

      Roots Music

      Leah Flanagan and Dan Sultan perform at the 19th Annual Blues and Roots Festival, Byron Bay.

      Music (TBC)
    35. 8:30pm

      NITV on the Road: Yabun 2015

      From our travelling music series, we showcase veterans and newcomers alike as they perform up on the Yabun stage at Victoria Park, Sydney.

      Music (PG)
    36. 9:30pm

      Marley Africa Roadtrip

      Follows three sons of music legend Bob Marley as they travel back to Africa with hopes of reconnecting with their father.

      Documentary (G)
    37. 10:20pm

      Oh My God

      In every corner of the world, there's one question that can never be definitively answered, yet stirs up equal parts passion, curiosity, self-reflection and often wild imagination: "What is God?" Three years in the making, shot across 23 different countries, this program explores this age-old question. This visual odyssey travels the globe with a revealing lens, examining the idea of God through the minds and eyes of various religions and cultures, everyday people, spiritual leaders and celebrit

      Entertainment (PG)
    1. 12:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    2. 1:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    3. 2:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    4. 3:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    5. 4:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    6. 5:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    7. 6:00am

      Welcome To Wapos Bay

      The kids of Wapos Bay love adventure, and their playground is a vast area that's been home to their Cree ancestors for millennia. As they explore the world around them, they learn respect and co-operation.

      Children (TBC)
    8. 6:30am

      Waabiny Time

      Noongar people have been solid tool makers for a long, long time. Karli, the boomerang and kitj, the spear are very useful tools.

      Children (TBC)
    9. 7:00am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keep fit and healthy. So get your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles, wherever you are to come and move it mob-style.

      Children (G)
    10. 7:30am

      Bizou

      A lively, animated pre-school series that explores the wonderful world of animals through the eyes of a cheerful little Aboriginal princess named Bizou.

      Animation (TBC)
    11. 8:00am

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub. Families are important and Aunty Lorraine Williams from the Larrakia Nation teaches her kids some language words for family members.

      Children (G)
    12. 8:30am

      Go Lingo

      A high energy game show packed with fun and challenges as students aged between 11-12 play a variety of high-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology.

      Game Show (TBC)
    13. 9:00am

      Bushwhacked

      In this reverse episode, Kayne challenges Brandon to help save animals that live in the city or get into a spot of bother living alongside humans.

      Lifestyle (G)
    14. 9:30am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keep fit and healthy. So get your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles, wherever you are to come and move it mob-style.

      Children (G)
    15. 10:00am

      UEFA Champions League

      Live coverage as Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk take on Sevilla at Stadion Narodowy, Warsaw, Poland, in the grand final of the 2014-2015 Europa League.

      Sport (TBC)
    16. 12:00pm

      NITV News Week in Review

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    17. 12:30pm

      Living Black

      Australia's leading Indigenous current affairs program presented by Karla Grant. Oombulgurri is a remote community in WA, or at least it was until it was closed by the Government three years ago. Cissi Birch-Gore tells us what it's really like to disconnect from your homelands.

      News (TBC)
    18. 1:00pm

      Fusion Feasts

      Auckland marae for 300 Maori language graduates Menu: kina (sea urchin) dip, hangi (earth oven) cooked pork and chicken, and steamed pudding.

      Lifestyle (G)
    19. 1:30pm

      Fusion With Casey Donovan

      A music program for music lovers of all ages.

      Music (PG)
    20. 2:30pm

      Unearthed

      Jade Jackson dreams of being an entrepreneur and since beginning work at the Waradah Aboriginal Centre, she is starting to believe she can achieve anything.

      Documentary (G)
    21. 2:45pm

      Queensland Murri Carnival 2014

      Grassroots rugby league at its best at the Queensland Murri Carnival from Redcliffe, QLD.

      Sport (TBC)
    22. 3:45pm

      44th Annual Koori Knockout

      Grassroots rugby league at its best at the 44th Annual Koori Knockout from Raymond Terrace, NSW.

      Sport (TBC)
    23. 4:45pm

      Custodians

      Jason Brown is a Darriebrllum elder from the Bundaberg region in Queensland. He lives on Patty Island just outside the city and shows us his tribe's boundaries and some carved rocks.

      Documentary (G)
    24. 4:52pm

      The Black Olive

      Mark Olive, aka The Black Olive, uses traditional, native Australian ingredients to give popular and contemporary recipes an indigenous overhaul.

      Lifestyle (G)
    25. 5:00pm

      Te Kaea

      When it happens in the Maori world, you'll hear about it on Te Kaea first. This is Maori Television's flagship news program's week in review, featuring local, national and international stories.

      News (TBC)
    26. 5:30pm

      NITV News Week in Review

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    27. 6:00pm

      Awaken

      It has been 20 years since there were headlines over an incident of racial vilification in the 1995 Anzac Day game. The incident forced the AFL to change. Stan Grant talks to current and former players.

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    28. 7:00pm

      The Long Walk - 10 Years

      A look back at Essendon AFL great Michael Long's 2004 walk from Melbourne to Canberra seeking an audience with Prime Minister John Howard to discuss the plight of Australia's Indigenous peoples.

      Documentary (G)
    29. 7:30pm

      From The Western Frontier

      In 1947 Sue Gordon AM was taken from her mother under the auspices of the Native Act. She grew up thinking that she was an orphan until one fateful day 30 years later when her family found her.

      Documentary (G)
    30. 8:00pm

      The Deerskins

      After moving into the bunker, the Deerskins are kept awake half the night by their wacky new neighbours, the Mushburgers, an oddball family 52 cards short of a full deck.

      Animation (PG)
    31. 8:30pm

      From The Western Frontier

      The moving story of a middle aged Indigenous wrestler who must face up to strong emotions as he relives the traumatic death of his mother and their troubled history together.

      Documentary (PG)
    32. 9:00pm

      The Loner

      A documentary on the lost album recording of Uncle Vic Simms in the 1960s from Bathurst prison, and its inspiration for a Torres Strait Islander man seeking to bring it back to life with a twist.

      Documentary (M)
    33. 9:30pm

      Standing in the Shadows of Motown

      An absorbing documentary on The Funk Brothers, the band who put the backbeat into the countless hits of Motown Records. This is the story of these remarkable musicians whose talents had gone unrecognised for over 30 years. Exhilarating, funny and moving - their story is one of triumph and tragedy, hits and heartbreak.

      Documentary (PG)
    34. 11:30pm

      From The Western Frontier

      The moving story of a middle aged Indigenous wrestler who must face up to strong emotions as he relives the traumatic death of his mother and their troubled history together.

      Documentary (PG)
    1. 12:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    2. 1:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    3. 2:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    4. 3:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    5. 4:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    6. 5:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    7. 6:00am

      Welcome To Wapos Bay

      The kids of Wapos Bay love adventure, and their playground is a vast area that's been home to their Cree ancestors for millennia. As they explore the world around them, they learn respect and co-operation.

      Children (TBC)
    8. 6:30am

      Bizou

      A lively, animated pre-school series that explores the wonderful world of animals through the eyes of a cheerful little Aboriginal princess named Bizou.

      Animation (TBC)
    9. 7:00am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keep fit and healthy. So get your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles, wherever you are to come and move it mob-style.

      Children (G)
    10. 7:30am

      The Mysterious Cities of Gold

      The original '80s animation classic that follows a young orphan called Esteban as he searches the new world for both his father and the mysterious cities of gold.

      Animation (PG)
    11. 8:00am

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub because she wants all the kids to move their bodies. Aunty Sharon Edgar - Jones teaches her kids some body part words in the Wanarruwa language.

      Children (G)
    12. 8:30am

      Waabiny Time

      Kedala, day-time for the ngaangk, the sun and kedalak, night-time is when the miyak the moon comes out.

      Children (TBC)
    13. 9:00am

      Go Lingo

      A high energy game show packed with fun and challenges as students aged between 11-12 play a variety of high-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology.

      Game Show (TBC)
    14. 9:30am

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to swim with grey nurse sharks and to take an underwater photograph in case one day they are gone for good.

      Lifestyle (G)
    15. 10:00am

      Te Kaea

      When it happens in the Maori world, you'll hear about it on Te Kaea first. This is Maori Television's flagship news program's week in review, featuring local, national and international stories.

      News (TBC)
    16. 10:30am

      Ngurra

      Sylvia Allan, a wonderful Pilbara elder, returns to Yindjibarndi heartland.

      Documentary (G)
    17. 10:45am

      Ngurra

      The artists at Wingellina want to share with you what it means to have somewhere to produce their work. The Art Centre at Wingellina was closed for four years before reopening with a new lease.

      Documentary (G)
    18. 11:00am

      Awaken

      It has been 20 years since there were headlines over an incident of racial vilification in the 1995 Anzac Day game. The incident forced the AFL to change. Stan Grant talks to current and former players.

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    19. 12:00pm

      The Deerskins

      After moving into the bunker, the Deerskins are kept awake half the night by their wacky new neighbours, the Mushburgers, an oddball family 52 cards short of a full deck.

      Animation (PG)
    20. 12:30pm

      Living Black

      Australia's leading Indigenous current affairs program presented by Karla Grant. Oombulgurri is a remote community in WA, or at least it was until it was closed by the Government three years ago. Cissi Birch-Gore tells us what it's really like to disconnect from your homelands.

      News (TBC)
    21. 1:00pm

      From The Western Frontier

      Life is a thunderstorm; this is true of Uncle Patrick Tittums but he dreams with eyes wide open and believes that anyone can achieve greatness once their storm has passed.

      Documentary (G)
    22. 1:30pm

      From The Western Frontier

      A tragic car accident crushed Elizika's life. She tells of how she defied the odds against extreme adversity to celebrate life again.

      Documentary (PG)
    23. 2:00pm

      From The Western Frontier

      In 1947 Sue Gordon AM was taken from her mother under the auspices of the Native Act. She grew up thinking that she was an orphan until one fateful day 30 years later when her family found her.

      Documentary (G)
    24. 2:30pm

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub because she wants all the kids to move their bodies. Aunty Sharon Edgar - Jones teaches her kids some body part words in the Wanarruwa language.

      Children (G)
    25. 3:00pm

      Bizou

      A lively, animated pre-school series that explores the wonderful world of animals through the eyes of a cheerful little Aboriginal princess named Bizou.

      Animation (TBC)
    26. 3:30pm

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to swim with grey nurse sharks and to take an underwater photograph in case one day they are gone for good.

      Lifestyle (G)
    27. 4:00pm

      Go Lingo

      A high energy game show packed with fun and challenges as students aged between 11-12 play a variety of high-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology.

      Game Show (TBC)
    28. 4:30pm

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keep fit and healthy. So get your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles, wherever you are to come and move it mob-style.

      Children (G)
    29. 5:00pm

      The Mysterious Cities of Gold

      The original '80s animation classic that follows a young orphan called Esteban as he searches the new world for both his father and the mysterious cities of gold.

      Animation (PG)
    30. 5:30pm

      NITV News

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    31. 6:00pm

      Surviving

      Husband and wife performers Brendon and Tessa first met several years ago at a school spectacular and today are the creative and driving force behind Microwave Jenny.

      Documentary (G)
    32. 6:15pm

      Surviving

      Ashley Hunter is a Bardi Man and an aspiring artist. He lives in One Arm Point on the Dampier Penninsula, which is north of Broome. He is a very talented artist who paints on canvas.

      Documentary (G)
    33. 6:30pm

      Kriol Kitchen

      Kangaroo stew with bacon, soya and vegetables, and kangaroo satays with a spicy chilli peanut sauce: Ali and Mitch draw on their family influences from the Djugan/Gooniyandi, and Philipino and Malay heritage.

      Lifestyle (G)
    34. 7:00pm

      NITV News

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    35. 7:30pm

      Tangaroa With Pio

      Pio is back with fresh new ocean adventures in this fun and bilingual fishing program, exploring the oceans around the coastal communities of Aotearoa.

      Documentary (G)
    36. 8:00pm

      Love Patrol

      A soap opera from Vanuatu with a serious message. Set in a police station in the Pacific, the local characters confront real issues that occur in their communities.

      Drama (PG)
    37. 8:30pm

      Blackstone

      Intense, compelling and confrontational, Blackstone is an unmuted exploration of First Nations' power and politics, unfolding over nine one-hour episodes.

      Drama (M)
    38. 9:30pm

      Mana Mamau

      Showcasing the current generation of wrestling talent, the Impact Pro Wrestling circuit is overflowing with passionate and vibrant Maori and Pacific Island athletes.

      Sport (M)
    39. 10:00pm

      Mataku

      Sean Ngari is a role model teenager. However, one day without warning, Sean's nature changes. His mother consults a Tohunga who reveals that Sean is acting on the dying wish of an old Maori Chief.

      Drama (M)
    40. 10:30pm

      Mataku

      Mataku is a bilingual series of half-hour dramatic narratives steeped in Maori mystique. Described as a Maori Twilight Zone, Mataku was produced by Maori writers, directors and actors.

      Drama (PG)
    41. 11:00pm

      NITV News

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    42. 11:30pm

      Surviving

      Husband and wife performers Brendon and Tessa first met several years ago at a school spectacular and today are the creative and driving force behind Microwave Jenny.

      Documentary (G)
    43. 11:45pm

      Surviving

      Ashley Hunter is a Bardi Man and an aspiring artist. He lives in One Arm Point on the Dampier Penninsula, which is north of Broome. He is a very talented artist who paints on canvas.

      Documentary (G)
    1. 12:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    2. 1:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    3. 2:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    4. 3:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    5. 4:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    6. 5:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    7. 6:00am

      Welcome To Wapos Bay

      The kids of Wapos Bay love adventure, and their playground is a vast area that's been home to their Cree ancestors for millennia. As they explore the world around them, they learn respect and co-operation.

      Children (TBC)
    8. 6:30am

      Bizou

      A lively, animated pre-school series that explores the wonderful world of animals through the eyes of a cheerful little Aboriginal princess named Bizou.

      Animation (TBC)
    9. 7:00am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keep fit and healthy. So get your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles, wherever you are to come and move it mob-style.

      Children (G)
    10. 7:30am

      The Mysterious Cities of Gold

      The original '80s animation classic that follows a young orphan called Esteban as he searches the new world for both his father and the mysterious cities of gold.

      Animation (PG)
    11. 8:00am

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as she loves to dream and explore the bush. Sue the Kangaroo and Jason Brown sing and dance about dreaming under the moon.

      Children (G)
    12. 8:30am

      Waabiny Time

      Kwort Kwobikin, to celebrate is deadly! Moort madja, family get-togethers are deadly!

      Children (TBC)
    13. 9:00am

      Go Lingo

      A high energy game show packed with fun and challenges as students aged between 11-12 play a variety of high-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology.

      Game Show (TBC)
    14. 9:30am

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to go out after dark and spot little penguins sneaking out of the sea to feed their babies.

      Lifestyle (G)
    15. 10:00am

      Surviving

      Husband and wife performers Brendon and Tessa first met several years ago at a school spectacular and today are the creative and driving force behind Microwave Jenny.

      Documentary (G)
    16. 10:15am

      Surviving

      Ashley Hunter is a Bardi Man and an aspiring artist. He lives in One Arm Point on the Dampier Penninsula, which is north of Broome. He is a very talented artist who paints on canvas.

      Documentary (G)
    17. 10:30am

      Kriol Kitchen

      Kangaroo stew with bacon, soya and vegetables, and kangaroo satays with a spicy chilli peanut sauce: Ali and Mitch draw on their family influences from the Djugan/Gooniyandi, and Philipino and Malay heritage.

      Lifestyle (G)
    18. 11:00am

      Colour Theory

      Presenting the work of various artists from each state and territory, this program demonstrates the incredible range of indigenous artistic expression and practice. Featuring works in a variety of media, and shot on location in the many beautiful and varied places around Australia, each episode will explore the artist's affiliation with their gallery or art centre, their connection to their country and how their culture inspires their modern form of art.

      Arts and Culture (PG)
    19. 11:30am

      Postcards From Indigenous Taiwan

      Angela Bates takes you on a journey to Taiwan to experience Zen drumming, local Aboriginal arts, culture and music, and some of Taiwan's must-see destinations.

      Documentary (G)
    20. 12:30pm

      From The Western Frontier

      The moving story of a middle aged Indigenous wrestler who must face up to strong emotions as he relives the traumatic death of his mother and their troubled history together.

      Documentary (PG)
    21. 1:00pm

      Tangaroa With Pio

      Pio is back with fresh new ocean adventures in this fun and bilingual fishing program, exploring the oceans around the coastal communities of Aotearoa.

      Documentary (G)
    22. 1:30pm

      Love Patrol

      A soap opera from Vanuatu with a serious message. Set in a police station in the Pacific, the local characters confront real issues that occur in their communities.

      Drama (PG)
    23. 2:00pm

      Kids To Coast

      Kids from the Uluru community visit the coast line to see the ocean for the first time.

      Documentary (G)
    24. 2:30pm

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as she loves to dream and explore the bush. Sue the Kangaroo and Jason Brown sing and dance about dreaming under the moon.

      Children (G)
    25. 3:00pm

      Bizou

      A lively, animated pre-school series that explores the wonderful world of animals through the eyes of a cheerful little Aboriginal princess named Bizou.

      Animation (TBC)
    26. 3:30pm

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to go out after dark and spot little penguins sneaking out of the sea to feed their babies.

      Lifestyle (G)
    27. 4:00pm

      Go Lingo

      A high energy game show packed with fun and challenges as students aged between 11-12 play a variety of high-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology.

      Game Show (TBC)
    28. 4:30pm

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keep fit and healthy. So get your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles, wherever you are to come and move it mob-style.

      Children (G)
    29. 5:00pm

      The Mysterious Cities of Gold

      The original '80s animation classic that follows a young orphan called Esteban as he searches the new world for both his father and the mysterious cities of gold.

      Animation (PG)
    30. 5:30pm

      NITV News

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    31. 6:00pm

      Desperate Measures

      Janet Cox recounts her memory of the day she took the desperate measure of sitting in front of 150 police to stop the company Woodside from going onto country to begin drilling near James Price Point.

      Documentary (G)
    32. 6:15pm

      Desperate Measures

      Insight into well-known Indigenous photographer Barbara McGrady. Who is the lady behind the lens.

      Documentary (G)
    33. 6:30pm

      Love Patrol

      A soap opera from Vanuatu with a serious message. Set in a police station in the Pacific, the local characters confront real issues that occur in their communities.

      Drama (PG)
    34. 7:00pm

      NITV News

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    35. 7:30pm

      It's Not Just Cricket

      For the first time an Indigenous cricket team tours India. It's a journey of discovery as they experience a new culture where cricket is king.

      Documentary (PG)
    36. 8:00pm

      Message Stick

      We are invited into the life of a young Torres Strait Islander boy, who will make his transition from boy to man. This happens with the first shave, a traditional ceremony.

      Documentary (TBC)
    37. 8:30pm

      On the Edge

      It is Courtney's birthday and everyone celebrates with indigenous elder, Aunty Lila. A neighbouring camp of girls have a dance off with the program's kids.

      Reality/Real-Life (PG)
    38. 9:00pm

      Living Black

      Boxer and former NRL Star Joe Williams talks to us about overcoming depression, a look at the AFL Cape York Boarding house, meet the women who love rugby, and a look behind the Koori Knockout.

      News (TBC)
    39. 9:30pm

      Australian Biography

      Robin Hughes talks with Aboriginal elder Bill Harney, born to a Wardaman Aboriginal woman and a white father. As a half-caste child, he was darkened with charcoal in order to avoid being 'removed' as his sister had been. In this program he talks about his life and times in the Top End, broaching such subjects as the place of tradition in contemporary Aboriginal life, the impact of equal pay on Aboriginal communities and the problem of alcohol abuse.

      Biography (G)
    40. 10:00pm

      NEAFL 2015: NT Thunder

      Follow the NT Thunder through their 2015 season in the NEAFL.

      Sport (TBC)
    1. 12:15am

      NITV News

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    2. 12:45am

      Desperate Measures

      Insight into well-known Indigenous photographer Barbara McGrady. Who is the lady behind the lens.

      Documentary (G)
    3. 1:00am

      Burned Bridge

      After Ricky's failed bail application, Vincent, Alf and Beth return from the city without him.

      Entertainment (M)
    4. 2:00am

      NITV on the Road: Saltwater Freshwater

      Jay Davis not only rocks it out, as shown in this episode, but also regards himself as a bit of a comedian. Jay shares his childhood stories about growing up around Taree.

      Documentary (PG)
    5. 3:00am

      Fusion With Casey Donovan

      Fusion is a lively, cheeky, informative and entertaining show that features new musical talent, clips, performances and interviews. Hosted by Casey Donovan.

      Music (TBC)
    6. 4:00am

      Away From Country

      Running onto the field in front of 100,000 people, round the clock security and watched by millions around the world, this wasn't something Jesse had envisioned when he accepted a scholarship to attend university in the United States. This is the story of a kid from Queensland, Australia who wins two national football championships with the Alabama Crimson tide in a sport that he only started playing in his late teens. With university complete Jesse has his eyes on something bigger: the NFL.

      Documentary (PG)
    7. 5:00am

      Fusion

      This episode kicks off with clips from Briggs, Thelma Plum, Slip on Stereo and East Journey. We profile CKNU, feature Mau Power's clip Freedom, and spotlight Dizzy Doolan.

      Sport (PG)
    8. 6:00am

      Welcome To Wapos Bay

      The kids of Wapos Bay love adventure, and their playground is a vast area that's been home to their Cree ancestors for millennia. As they explore the world around them, they learn respect and co-operation.

      Children (TBC)
    9. 6:30am

      Bizou

      A lively, animated pre-school series that explores the wonderful world of animals through the eyes of a cheerful little Aboriginal princess named Bizou.

      Animation (G)
    10. 7:00am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keep fit and healthy. So get your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles, wherever you are to come and move it mob-style.

      Children (PG)
    11. 7:30am

      The Mysterious Cities of Gold

      The original '80s animation classic that follows a young orphan called Esteban as he searches the new world for both his father and the mysterious cities of gold.

      Animation (PG)
    12. 8:00am

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as we learn language words in the Gumbayngirr language from Uncle Michael Jarrett and Malu Kiai Dance Troup perform a sit down dance.

      Children (G)
    13. 8:30am

      Waabiny Time

      Noongar people have been solid tool makers for a long, long time. Karli, the boomerang and kitj, the spear are very useful tools.

      Children (TBC)
    14. 9:00am

      Go Lingo

      A high energy game show packed with fun and challenges as students aged between 11-12 play a variety of high-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology.

      Game Show (TBC)
    15. 9:30am

      Bushwhacked

      In this reverse episode, Kayne challenges Brandon to help save animals that live in the city or get into a spot of bother living alongside humans.

      Lifestyle (G)
    16. 10:00am

      Desperate Measures

      Janet Cox recounts her memory of the day she took the desperate measure of sitting in front of 150 police to stop the company Woodside from going onto country to begin drilling near James Price Point.

      Documentary (G)
    17. 10:15am

      Desperate Measures

      Insight into well-known Indigenous photographer Barbara McGrady. Who is the lady behind the lens.

      Documentary (G)
    18. 10:30am

      Love Patrol

      A soap opera from Vanuatu with a serious message. Set in a police station in the Pacific, the local characters confront real issues that occur in their communities.

      Drama (PG)
    19. 11:00am

      On the Edge

      It is Courtney's birthday and everyone celebrates with indigenous elder, Aunty Lila. A neighbouring camp of girls have a dance off with the program's kids.

      Reality/Real-Life (PG)
    20. 11:30am

      Living Black

      Brother Boys - Australia's premier Indigenous current affairs program, shining a light on the issues affecting Indigenous Australians. This week Living Black invesigates what it is like to born a girl, when you know you are really boy. 19 year old Kai Clancy Wulli Wulli man who experienced gender dysphoria took to social media to raise money for a procedure known as 'Top Surgery'. Hosted by Karla Grant.

      News (TBC)
    21. 12:00pm

      NEAFL 2015: NT Thunder

      Follow the NT Thunder through their 2015 season in the NEAFL.

      Sport (TBC)
    22. 2:15pm

      Jeffrey's Healthy Tips

      Starting with workout for the elders, Jeffery teaches the elders some arm exercises and gives them tips on how to have strong bones.

      Lifestyle (G)
    23. 2:20pm

      Custodians

      Jason Brown is a Darriebrllum elder from the Bundaberg region in Queensland. He lives on Patty Island just outside the city and shows us his tribe's boundaries and some carved rocks.

      Documentary (G)
    24. 2:30pm

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as we learn language words in the Gumbayngirr language from Uncle Michael Jarrett and Malu Kiai Dance Troup perform a sit down dance.

      Children (G)
    25. 3:00pm

      Bizou

      A lively, animated pre-school series that explores the wonderful world of animals through the eyes of a cheerful little Aboriginal princess named Bizou.

      Animation (G)
    26. 3:30pm

      Bushwhacked

      In this reverse episode, Kayne challenges Brandon to help save animals that live in the city or get into a spot of bother living alongside humans.

      Lifestyle (G)
    27. 4:00pm

      Go Lingo

      A high energy game show packed with fun and challenges as students aged between 11-12 play a variety of high-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology.

      Game Show (TBC)
    28. 4:30pm

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keep fit and healthy. So get your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles, wherever you are to come and move it mob-style.

      Children (PG)
    29. 5:00pm

      The Mysterious Cities of Gold

      The original '80s animation classic that follows a young orphan called Esteban as he searches the new world for both his father and the mysterious cities of gold.

      Animation (PG)
    30. 5:30pm

      NITV News

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    31. 6:00pm

      Our Footprint

      Gungaloo Man, Tim Kemp a remarkable 91 year old man who collated in his own experience of being a young person on the Woorabinda mission.

      Entertainment (G)
    32. 6:15pm

      Our Footprint

      Aunty Coral reflects on her life from Point Pearce Mission to receiving lifetime achievement awards for her work in the community.

      Entertainment (G)
    33. 6:30pm

      Love Patrol

      A soap opera from Vanuatu with a serious message. Set in a police station in the Pacific, the local characters confront real issues that occur in their communities.

      Drama (PG)
    34. 7:00pm

      NITV News

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    35. 7:30pm

      Contact

      In 1964, Yuwali was 17 when her first contact with white men was filmed. Now 62, she tells the story behind this extraordinary footage.

      Documentary (PG)
    36. 8:30pm

      Who Killed Malcolm Smith?

      A heart-breaking, award-winning film written and presented by Richard Frankland, which tells the story of Malcolm Smith, an Aboriginal man who died while in custody in 1982.

      Documentary (PG)
    37. 9:30pm

      Awaken

      This program asks what freedom means during a time where Indigenous Australia is facing forced community closures and 500 million dollars of cuts to government services.

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    38. 10:30pm

      In The Frame

      This program hosted by Rhoda Roberts will take our audience on a journey and explore the lives of our heroes and personalities as they talk openly and candidly about their photos.

      Entertainment (PG)
    39. 11:00pm

      NITV News

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    40. 11:30pm

      Our Footprint

      Gungaloo Man, Tim Kemp a remarkable 91 year old man who collated in his own experience of being a young person on the Woorabinda mission.

      Entertainment (G)
    41. 11:45pm

      Our Footprint

      Aunty Coral reflects on her life from Point Pearce Mission to receiving lifetime achievement awards for her work in the community.

      Entertainment (G)
    1. 12:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    2. 1:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    3. 2:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    4. 3:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    5. 4:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    6. 5:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by Alec Doomadgee, Volumz brings you music and interviews highlighting the best of the Australian Indigenous music scene.

      Music (PG)
    7. 6:00am

      Welcome To Wapos Bay

      The kids of Wapos Bay love adventure, and their playground is a vast area that's been home to their Cree ancestors for millennia. As they explore the world around them, they learn respect and co-operation.

      Children (TBC)
    8. 6:30am

      Bizou

      A lively, animated pre-school series that explores the wonderful world of animals through the eyes of a cheerful little Aboriginal princess named Bizou.

      Animation (TBC)
    9. 7:00am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keep fit and healthy. So get your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles, wherever you are to come and move it mob-style.

      Children (G)
    10. 7:30am

      The Mysterious Cities of Gold

      The original '80s animation classic that follows a young orphan called Esteban as he searches the new world for both his father and the mysterious cities of gold.

      Animation (PG)
    11. 8:00am

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as we learn about nature. Kerrianne Cox sings about bush tucker and Jason Brown teaches some Gundungurra language.

      Children (G)
    12. 8:30am

      Waabiny Time

      Do you feel djoorabiny, do you feel happy? Or do you feel menditj, do you feel sick? Make sure you share how you feel with someone who cares. It's moorditj koolangka!

      Children (TBC)
    13. 9:00am

      Go Lingo

      A high energy game show packed with fun and challenges as students aged between 11-12 play a variety of high-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology.

      Game Show (TBC)
    14. 9:30am

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to catch, cook and then eat an Arafura file snake - a rare delicacy that lives in croc-infested waters in Arnhem Land.

      Lifestyle (G)
    15. 10:00am

      Our Footprint

      Gungaloo Man, Tim Kemp a remarkable 91 year old man who collated in his own experience of being a young person on the Woorabinda mission.

      Entertainment (G)
    16. 10:15am

      Our Footprint

      Aunty Coral reflects on her life from Point Pearce Mission to receiving lifetime achievement awards for her work in the community.

      Entertainment (G)
    17. 10:30am

      Love Patrol

      A soap opera from Vanuatu with a serious message. Set in a police station in the Pacific, the local characters confront real issues that occur in their communities.

      Drama (PG)
    18. 11:00am

      Awaken

      This program asks what freedom means during a time where Indigenous Australia is facing forced community closures and 500 million dollars of cuts to government services.

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    19. 12:00pm

      Who Killed Malcolm Smith?

      A heart-breaking, award-winning film written and presented by Richard Frankland, which tells the story of Malcolm Smith, an Aboriginal man who died while in custody in 1982.

      Documentary (PG)
    20. 1:00pm

      In The Frame

      This program hosted by Rhoda Roberts will take our audience on a journey and explore the lives of our heroes and personalities as they talk openly and candidly about their photos.

      Entertainment (PG)
    21. 1:30pm

      Ravens and Eagles

      Shot on British Columbia's rugged north coast, this series explores the roots of traditional Haida art in form, process and in its connection to spirituality, land and culture.

      Documentary (G)
    22. 2:00pm

      Talking Language

      Featuring Ernie Dingo, this series is a personal journey providing a unique understanding of how knowledge of Aboriginal languages is shaped by ancestral connections to the land, stars, water, sea and.

      Documentary (G)
    23. 2:30pm

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as we learn about nature. Kerrianne Cox sings about bush tucker and Jason Brown teaches some Gundungurra language.

      Children (G)
    24. 3:00pm

      Bizou

      A lively, animated pre-school series that explores the wonderful world of animals through the eyes of a cheerful little Aboriginal princess named Bizou.

      Animation (TBC)
    25. 3:30pm

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to catch, cook and then eat an Arafura file snake - a rare delicacy that lives in croc-infested waters in Arnhem Land.

      Lifestyle (G)
    26. 4:00pm

      Go Lingo

      A high energy game show packed with fun and challenges as students aged between 11-12 play a variety of high-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology.

      Game Show (TBC)
    27. 4:30pm

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keep fit and healthy. So get your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles, wherever you are to come and move it mob-style.

      Children (G)
    28. 5:00pm

      The Mysterious Cities of Gold

      The original '80s animation classic that follows a young orphan called Esteban as he searches the new world for both his father and the mysterious cities of gold.

      Animation (PG)
    29. 5:30pm

      NITV News

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    30. 6:00pm

      Around The Campfire

      Gunditjmara artist Thomas Day from the Victorian town of Portland re-creates old cultural stories he interpreted on canvas, stories that have been resting within our history books for decades.

      Documentary (G)
    31. 6:15pm

      Around The Campfire

      Uncle Adrian Brown Caring for Country Ngunnawal Ranger for the ACT Parks and Conservation Service, and members of Murumbung Yurung Murra.

      Documentary (G)
    32. 6:30pm

      Love Patrol

      A soap opera from Vanuatu with a serious message. Set in a police station in the Pacific, the local characters confront real issues that occur in their communities.

      Drama (PG)
    33. 7:00pm

      NITV News

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    34. 7:30pm

      The Marngrook Footy Show

      Grant Hansen and Gilbert McAdam are joined by a panel of current and former AFL players to discuss the fortunes and prospects of your favourite AFL club.

      Sport (TBC)
    35. 9:00pm

      Hunting Aotearoa

      Take in the spectacular scenery and watch good, keen huntsmen bag some big game with this series presented by Matua Parkinson.

      Documentary (M)
    36. 9:30pm

      Burned Bridge

      Putting their failed relationship behind them, Beth and Vincent throw themselves into their own concerns.

      Entertainment (PG)
    37. 10:30pm

      Mataku

      Mataku is a bilingual series of half-hour dramatic narratives steeped in Maori mystique. Described as a Maori Twilight Zone, Mataku was produced by Maori writers, directors and actors.

      Drama (M)
    38. 11:00pm

      NITV News

      Features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

      News (TBC)
    39. 11:30pm

      Around The Campfire

      Gunditjmara artist Thomas Day from the Victorian town of Portland re-creates old cultural stories he interpreted on canvas, stories that have been resting within our history books for decades.

      Documentary (G)
    40. 11:45pm

      Around The Campfire

      Uncle Adrian Brown Caring for Country Ngunnawal Ranger for the ACT Parks and Conservation Service, and members of Murumbung Yurung Murra.

      Documentary (G)