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    1. 12:00am

      Murri Rugby League Carnival 2012

      Join Djuro Sen at the Murri Rugby League carnival for two days of the best Qld rugby league.

      Sport (TBC)
    2. 1:00am

      Ella 7's

      Yolngu 7s versus Graduates, Nth United versus Dubbo Rhinos, Country King Browns versus Kelly Breed and Coffs versus Uni West Syd.

      Sport (TBC)
    3. 2:00am

      Away From Country

      Running onto the field in front of one hundred thousand 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:

      Documentary (PG)
    4. 3:00am

      Natsiba 2008

      National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Basketball Association Championships 2008 - Game 8 Desert Diamonds verses Vaysar.

      Sport (TBC)
    5. 4:00am

      2011 Queensland Murri Carnival

      Raw, passionate footy like you've never seen before. The inaugural QAIHC Qld Murri Carnival sees rugby league teams from regional, remote and metropolitan Qld battling it out on the Gold Coast.

      Arts and Culture (TBC)
    6. 5:00am

      Bush Bands Bash

      Bush Bands Bash is the biggest concert on the Alice Springs calendar and one of the most vibrant Indigenous events in Australia.

      Music (TBC)
    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

      My Animal Friends

      A charming series for kids told from the perspective of some of our most lovable animals. Spend some time with your animal friends.

      Children (G)
    9. 7:00am

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to find a honey ant in the midst of the central desert - a ridiculous idea, especially when Kayne learns they live four feet underground.

      Lifestyle (G)
    10. 7:30am

      Tipi Tales

      Set in the crook of a forest, Tipi Tales are adventures in story and song, where Elizabeth, Junior, Russell and Sam play and grow together.

      Children (TBC)
    11. 7:45am

      Tipi Tales

      Set in the crook of a forest, Tipi Tales are adventures in story and song, where Elizabeth, Junior, Russell and Sam play and grow together.

      Children (TBC)
    12. 8:00am

      Go Lingo

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

      Game Show (TBC)
    13. 8:30am

      Waabiny Time

      Keny, Koodjal, Dambart-One, Two Three. Counting is moorditj And do you know the kala, the colours of the rainbow.

      Children (TBC)
    14. 9:00am

      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)
    15. 9:30am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keeping 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

      Fit First

      A documentary series that follows four individuals in their pursuit to lose weight and get healthy!

      Entertainment (PG)
    17. 10:30am

      Our Footprint

      Violet takes us on a journey to an old mud hut her great-grandmother dearly called 'Queen Caroline Chisholm Lane' and her husband dearly called 'King Albert', who raised 10 children at Yass.

      Entertainment (G)
    18. 10:45am

      Our Footprint

      At the age of 11 Willie was take to the Kinchela Boys' Home Kempsey for Aboriginal Boys and staying there till he was 17. After that Willie started boxing and picked it up professionally.

      Entertainment (G)
    19. 11:00am

      Awaken

      Award-winning journalist Stan Grant hosts this panel show, putting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues under the microscope.

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    20. 11:30am

      Kriol Kitchen

      Under the guidance of Lexie Tang Wei, daughters Amy and Carol and granddaughters Lauren and Marli make their famous Chinese Long Soup from scratch.

      Lifestyle (G)
    21. 12:00pm

      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 (G)
    22. 12:30pm

      The Tipping Points

      From the far North of the Sahara to the far south Cape Town to explore the climate changes affecting Africa's vital weather systems that provide natural rain to 90 percent of their subsistent farming.

      Documentary (G)
    23. 1:30pm

      Burned Bridge

      Vincent and Nerida succeed in doing a deal with the DPP to get Ricky bail but are foiled when Garth broadcasts details on air.

      Entertainment (PG)
    24. 2:30pm

      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. 3:00pm

      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)
    26. 3:30pm

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to find a honey ant in the midst of the central desert - a ridiculous idea, especially when Kayne learns they live four feet underground.

      Lifestyle (G)
    27. 4:00pm

      Waabiny Time

      Keny, Koodjal, Dambart-One, Two Three. Counting is moorditj And do you know the kala, the colours of the rainbow.

      Children (TBC)
    28. 4:30pm

      My Animal Friends

      A charming series for kids told from the perspective of some of our most lovable animals. Spend some time with your animal friends.

      Children (G)
    29. 5:00pm

      Go Lingo

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

      Game Show (TBC)
    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

      Fit First

      A documentary series that follows four individuals in their pursuit to lose weight and get healthy!

      Entertainment (PG)
    32. 6:30pm

      The Marngrook Footy Show

      Marngrook is Australia's most unique footy show that focuses on our Indigenous AFL players and features Indigenous presenters including host Grant Hansen.

      Sport (TBC)
    33. 8:00pm

      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. 8:30pm

      Around The Campfire

      Steve Ellis is a proud Goomeroi man who grew up in Mungindi and moved away at a young age. He loves going back home connecting to the land and being around family.

      Documentary (G)
    35. 8:45pm

      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)
    36. 9:00pm

      Hunting Aotearoa

      We are back in Atawhenua (Fiordland) still traversing the mountain tops in pursuit of the mighty Wapiti. As the weather closes in on the hunting party only some are able to fly out.

      Documentary (MA)
    37. 9:30pm

      Hunting Aotearoa

      Howie heads to the big Smoke to hunt with some professional pig hunters. He visits the Waitakere Ranges with John and Andrea Rule who have hunted throughout these ranges quite extensively.

      Documentary (MA)
    38. 10:00pm

      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. 10:30pm

      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)
    40. 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)
    41. 11:30pm

      Around The Campfire

      Steve Ellis is a proud Goomeroi man who grew up in Mungindi and moved away at a young age. He loves going back home connecting to the land and being around family.

      Documentary (G)
    42. 11:45pm

      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)
    1. 12:00am

      The Marngrook Footy Show

      Marngrook is Australia's most unique footy show that focuses on our Indigenous AFL players and features Indigenous presenters including host Grant Hansen.

      Sport (TBC)
    2. 1:30am

      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)
    3. 2:00am

      Away From Country

      Brendan Williams was predicted to be one of Australia's top rugby union players, then a dramatic fall from grace. Drugs, alcohol and the death of his brother led Bredan down the wrong path. His Australian rugby contract terminated, he took his talents overseas. His rise was just as spectacular as his fall. This is the inspirational story of a kid from the block who went on to become one of Italy's top rugby players. With his playing days coming to an end, Brendan is preparing for the next stage

      Documentary (PG)
    4. 3:00am

      Natsiba 2008

      National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Basketball Association Championships 2008 - Game 9 Boxa verses Morditj.

      Sport (TBC)
    5. 4:00am

      2011 Queensland Murri Carnival

      Raw, passionate footy like you've never seen before. The inaugural QAIHC Qld Murri Carnival sees rugby league teams from regional, remote and metropolitan Qld battling it out on the Gold Coast.

      Arts and Culture (TBC)
    6. 5:00am

      Bush Bands Bash

      Bush Bands Bash is the biggest concert on the Alice Springs calendar and one of the most vibrant Indigenous events in Australia.

      Music (G)
    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

      My Animal Friends

      A charming series for kids told from the perspective of some of our most lovable animals. Spend some time with your animal friends.

      Children (G)
    9. 7:00am

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to the unthinkable - to lure in a great white shark by beatboxing.

      Lifestyle (G)
    10. 7:30am

      Tipi Tales

      Set in the crook of a forest, Tipi Tales are adventures in story and song, where Elizabeth, Junior, Russell and Sam play and grow together.

      Children (TBC)
    11. 7:45am

      Tipi Tales

      Set in the crook of a forest, Tipi Tales are adventures in story and song, where Elizabeth, Junior, Russell and Sam play and grow together.

      Children (TBC)
    12. 8:00am

      Go Lingo

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

      Game Show (TBC)
    13. 8:30am

      Waabiny Time

      Maara, hands and djena, feet are very useful to us and together with the other parts of our body help us every day. Maara baam, hands clap and djena kakarook, feet dance. It's too deadly koolangka.

      Children (TBC)
    14. 9:00am

      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)
    15. 9:30am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keeping 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

      Fit First

      A documentary series that follows four individuals in their pursuit to lose weight and get healthy!

      Entertainment (PG)
    17. 10:30am

      Around The Campfire

      Steve Ellis is a proud Goomeroi man who grew up in Mungindi and moved away at a young age. He loves going back home connecting to the land and being around family.

      Documentary (G)
    18. 10:45am

      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)
    19. 11:00am

      The Marngrook Footy Show

      Marngrook is Australia's most unique footy show that focuses on our Indigenous AFL players and features Indigenous presenters including host Grant Hansen.

      Sport (TBC)
    20. 12:30pm

      Shaq Vs

      Shaq takes on fighter Oscar de la Hoya in a five-round exhibition match at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.

      Reality/Real-Life (G)
    21. 1:30pm

      Tales of Oceania

      Unique stories and myths that celebrate the diversity of the people of the Pacific and South East Asia. The stories reflect the power of the living traditional world.

      Documentary (PG)
    22. 2:00pm

      Nganampa Anwernekenhe

      Around a campfire, Two Anmatjere Elders, Patsy and Jane Briscoe, sing and tell the epic dreaming story of two young men who are forced into action when a clan of demon Cannibals devour their entire tribe.

      Arts and Culture (TBC)
    23. 2:30pm

      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)
    24. 3:00pm

      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)
    25. 3:30pm

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to the unthinkable - to lure in a great white shark by beatboxing.

      Lifestyle (G)
    26. 4:00pm

      Waabiny Time

      Maara, hands and djena, feet are very useful to us and together with the other parts of our body help us every day. Maara baam, hands clap and djena kakarook, feet dance. It's too deadly koolangka.

      Children (TBC)
    27. 4:30pm

      My Animal Friends

      A charming series for kids told from the perspective of some of our most lovable animals. Spend some time with your animal friends.

      Children (G)
    28. 5:00pm

      Go Lingo

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

      Game Show (TBC)
    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

      Fit First

      Follows four individuals in their pursuit to lose weight and get healthy.

      Entertainment (PG)
    31. 6:30pm

      Around The Traps

      We wrap up what is happening around Australia in our communities in arts and culture.

      Arts and Culture (G)
    32. 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)
    33. 7:30pm

      Living Black

      Australia's premier Indigenous current affairs program, shining a light on the issues affecting Indigenous Australians. Hosted by Karla Grant.

      News (TBC)
    34. 8:00pm

      Mabo: Life of an Island Man

      Award winning documentary about the private and public stories of a man so passionate about family and home that he fought an entire nation and its legal system.

      Documentary (PG)
    35. 9:30pm

      The New Black

      This collection of seven short films showcases the rising stars of the Indigenous film industry in Australia. It illustrates diverse storytelling abilities and shares intimate depictions of indigenous life.

      Entertainment (TBC)
    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

      Around The Traps

      We wrap up what is happening around Australia in our communities in arts and culture.

      Arts and Culture (G)
    1. 12:00am

      Murri Rugby League Carnvial 2013

      Brings you all the exciting local rugby league action from the 2013 Murri Rugby League Carnival held in Ipswich, Queensland.

      Sport (TBC)
    2. 1:00am

      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)
    3. 2:00am

      Away From Country

      It's been a hell of a ride for BMX superstar Khalen Young. He has been faced with a lot of tough challenges and choices along the way. The first one to compete at the Olympics or be there for the birth of his child, he chose the latter. Four years later Khalen gets a second when he qualifies for the London Olympics. Leading the pack he looks set for victory. Then in spectacular fashion it all comes crashing down.

      Documentary (PG)
    4. 3:00am

      Natsiba 2008

      National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Basketball Association Championships 2008 - Game 10 Onslow verses halls Creek.

      Sport (TBC)
    5. 4:00am

      2011 Queensland Murri Carnival

      Raw, passionate footy like you've never seen before. The inaugural QAIHC Qld Murri Carnival sees rugby league teams from regional, remote and metropolitan Qld battling it out on the Gold Coast.

      Arts and Culture (TBC)
    6. 5:00am

      Bush Bands Bash

      Bush Bands Bash is the biggest concert on the Alice Springs calendar and one of the most vibrant Indigenous events in Australia.

      Music (G)
    7. 6:00am

      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)
    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

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to find a honey ant in the midst of the central desert - a ridiculous idea, especially when Kayne learns they live four feet underground.

      Lifestyle (G)
    10. 7:30am

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to the unthinkable - to lure in a great white shark by beatboxing.

      Lifestyle (G)
    11. 8:00am

      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 (G)
    12. 8:30am

      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 (G)
    13. 9:00am

      Yarramundi Kids

      This episode teaches us about opposites. We learn Darug words for day and night. David Page is our special guest. Hear the story of Loongie the Greedy Crocodile and share our lesson on Caring For Country.

      Children (G)
    14. 9:30am

      Yarramundi Kids

      The theme is water. Uncle Jimmy Little is our special guest. We learn the Darug word Wida means water. Joshua & the 2 Crabs is this episode's story, and we learn about a canoe tree relic in the bush.

      Children (G)
    15. 10:00am

      Tipi Tales

      Set in the crook of a forest, Tipi Tales are adventures in story and song, where Elizabeth, Junior, Russell and Sam play and grow together.

      Children (G)
    16. 10:15am

      Tipi Tales

      Set in the crook of a forest, Tipi Tales are adventures in story and song, where Elizabeth, Junior, Russell and Sam play and grow together.

      Children (G)
    17. 10:30am

      Tipi Tales

      Set in the crook of a forest, Tipi Tales are adventures in story and song, where Elizabeth, Junior, Russell and Sam play and grow together.

      Children (G)
    18. 10:45am

      Tipi Tales

      Set in the crook of a forest, Tipi Tales are adventures in story and song, where Elizabeth, Junior, Russell and Sam play and grow together.

      Children (TBC)
    19. 11:00am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keeping 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)
    20. 11:30am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keeping 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)
    21. 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)
    22. 12:30pm

      The Marngrook Footy Show

      Marngrook is Australia's most unique footy show that focuses on our Indigenous AFL players and features Indigenous presenters including host Grant Hansen.

      Sport (TBC)
    23. 2:00pm

      Living Black

      Australia's premier Indigenous current affairs program, shining a light on the issues affecting Indigenous Australians. Hosted by Karla Grant.

      News (TBC)
    24. 2:30pm

      Defining Moments

      David Leha aka Radical Son is a musical phenomenon. We follow him to Auckland, New Zealand where he performs his soulful music and reconnects with his Tongan heritage.

      Documentary (TBC)
    25. 3:00pm

      Awaken

      Award-winning journalist Stan Grant hosts this panel show, putting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues under the microscope.

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    26. 3:30pm

      RHEF

      Rural Health Education Foundation delivers topical, high quality, evidence-based educational programs enriched by the voluntary participation of the best health and medical experts in Australia.

      Documentary (PG)
    27. 4:30pm

      Around The Traps

      We wrap up what is happening around Australia in our communities in arts and culture.

      Arts and Culture (G)
    28. 5:00pm

      Pacifica: Tales From The South Seas

      Tales of adventure, stories of heroes and colourful characters, spellbinding tales of customs and traditions of the unique peoples and societies of the South Pacific.

      Documentary (TBC)
    29. 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)
    30. 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)
    31. 7:00pm

      Unearthed

      Corey Webster is a young hip hop artist with an amazing story. Angered by racism growing up he was encouraged to put his frustration into lyrics and he discovered a new way to express himself.

      Documentary (G)
    32. 7:15pm

      Unearthed

      Fifteen-year-old Jada and her 11-year-old sister Adi, have formed a musical duo with their father Patrick called Jadadi. Dad coaches them, hoping next year they will play at the Tamworth Country Festival.

      Documentary (G)
    33. 7:30pm

      Blekbala

      A look at the lives and aspirations of Aboriginal people living in the Northern Territory, examining a variety of ventures and enterprises including cattle stations, children's education.

      Arts and Culture (TBC)
    34. 8:30pm

      NITV on the Road: Saltwater Freshwater

      Brother and sister duo Joel and Naomi Wenitong share their story about the history of the band, their childhood musical influences and the tragic accident that nearly ended it all.

      Documentary (PG)
    35. 9:30pm

      Edge of America

      An African American teacher accepts a position on a reservation in Utah. A clash of cultures between teacher and students turns into an unexpected discovery of common ground.

      Drama (PG)
    36. 11:30pm

      Unearthed

      Corey Webster is a young hip hop artist with an amazing story. Angered by racism growing up he was encouraged to put his frustration into lyrics and he discovered a new way to express himself.

      Documentary (G)
    37. 11:45pm

      Unearthed

      Fifteen-year-old Jada and her 11-year-old sister Adi, have formed a musical duo with their father Patrick called Jadadi. Dad coaches them, hoping next year they will play at the Tamworth Country Festival.

      Documentary (G)
    1. 12:00am

      Murri Rugby League Carnvial 2013

      Brings you all the exciting local rugby league action from the 2013 Murri Rugby League Carnival held in Ipswich, Queensland.

      Sport (TBC)
    2. 1:00am

      Ella 7's

      Brisbane Rebels versus La Pa Lovelies, Northern United versus Eastern Spirit, Bowraville versus Central Coast Pelicans, Sydney Skindogs versus Boomanulla Raiders.

      Sport (TBC)
    3. 2:00am

      Away From Country

      At 36 years old Scott Gardner is a rookie. After years of trying, Scott has finally qualified for golf's prestigious PGA tour. In doing so, he becomes the first ever Indigenous Australian to make his mark on golf's biggest stage. This is a story of courage, determination and how never giving up on your dreams can really pay off.

      Documentary (G)
    4. 3:00am

      Natsiba 2008

      National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Basketball Association Championships 2008 - Game 11 Vaysar verses Rebels.

      Sport (TBC)
    5. 4:00am

      Sisters In League

      Belinda Miller travels with the Cherbourg women's team "The Hornettes" to compete at the Qld Murri Carnival, a major Rugby League competition, and discovers the humour and the passion of these women.

      Arts and Culture (TBC)
    6. 5:00am

      Bush Bands Bash

      Bush Bands Bash is the biggest concert on the Alice Springs calendar and one of the most vibrant Indigenous events in Australia.

      Music (TBC)
    7. 6:00am

      NITV on the Road: Boomerang Festival

      Boomerang is a new festival held in Byron Bay over the long weekend. It is run by Rhoda Roberts, the creator of the Dreaming Festival and is a mixture of Australian and International Indigenous Acts.

      Arts and Culture (G)
    8. 7:00am

      NITV On The Road: Laura Festival

      This program showcases performances by the traditional dance groups who were at the Laura Aboriginal Dance Festival 2013 with the Festival coordinator Raymond Blanco giving insight into the event.

      Arts and Culture (G)
    9. 8:00am

      NITV on the Road: Saltwater Freshwater

      Lawrie shares the stories behind the songs and talks about the history of Coloured Stone when they first started touring and where they are today.

      Documentary (PG)
    10. 9:00am

      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)
    11. 10:00am

      A-League

      The finals of the Hyundai A-League 2013/14 season get underway with the first elimination final which continues in a live, free-to-air television exclusive. This match is do or die with the losing team knocked out of the competition. Live Friday night match coverage will be hosted by SBS host and former Socceroo David Zdrilic. He will be joined by SBS Chief Football Analyst Craig Foster and special guests throughout the season including former Socceroos and A-League stars Jason Culina, Ned Zelic

      Sport (TBC)
    12. 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)
    13. 12:30pm

      Spirits In Barefeet

      This documentary reveals the creative and collaborative processes which led to a successful theatre production performed by students in Queensland.

      Arts and Culture (TBC)
    14. 1:00pm

      Noongar Dandjoo

      Produced by Curtin University students, this series focuses on Noongar communities and issues such as land and country, incarceration of Aboriginal people, culture and the Constitution.

      Entertainment (TBC)
    15. 2:00pm

      Barefoot Sunday

      NITV's very own show combining news and events from regional and remote areas with coverage from the 2014 Koori Knockouts and Murri Carnival games.

      Documentary (TBC)
    16. 4:00pm

      Unearthed

      Corey Webster is a young hip hop artist with an amazing story. Angered by racism growing up he was encouraged to put his frustration into lyrics and he discovered a new way to express himself.

      Documentary (G)
    17. 4:15pm

      Unearthed

      Fifteen-year-old Jada and her 11-year-old sister Adi, have formed a musical duo with their father Patrick called Jadadi. Dad coaches them, hoping next year they will play at the Tamworth Country Festival.

      Documentary (G)
    18. 4:30pm

      A Thousand Suns

      The story of the Gamo Highlands above the African Rift Valley, and the unique worldview held by the people of the region. This isolated area has remained remarkably intact both biologically and culturally. It is one of the most densely populated rural regions of Africa yet its people have been farming sustainably for 10,000 years. Shot in Ethiopia, New York and Kenya, the film explores the modern world's untenable sense of separation from and superiority over nature and how the interconnected wo

      Documentary (TBC)
    19. 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)
    20. 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)
    21. 6:00pm

      Awaken

      Award-winning journalist Stan Grant hosts this panel show, putting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues under the microscope.

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    22. 6:30pm

      Around The Traps

      This program shows you what's hot on the box for the upcoming month.

      Arts and Culture (PG)
    23. 7:00pm

      Ngurra

      Peter Coco Wallace is a senior Arrernte elder. He shows us some sites and dreaming stories of the Central Arrernte People.

      Documentary (G)
    24. 7:15pm

      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)
    25. 7:30pm

      Living Black

      Australia's premier Indigenous current affairs program, shining a light on the issues affecting Indigenous Australians. Hosted by Karla Grant.

      News (TBC)
    26. 8:00pm

      Sheltered

      Derek Marsden, an Aboriginal carpenter, travels the world to learn the ancient home building techniques of the world's indigenous and traditional cultures.

      Lifestyle (G)
    27. 8:30pm

      The Tipping Points

      An expedition from the Himalayas all the way down across the plains of India, following one of the most famous rivers systems in the world - The Ganges.

      Documentary (G)
    28. 9:30pm

      Life, Above All

      A touching mother-daughter relationship that reflects the modern South Africa.

      Drama (M)
    29. 11:30pm

      Ngurra

      Peter Coco Wallace is a senior Arrernte elder. He shows us some sites and dreaming stories of the Central Arrernte People.

      Documentary (G)
    30. 11:45pm

      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)
    1. 12:00am

      Barefoot Sunday

      NITV's very own show combining news and events from regional and remote areas with coverage from the 2014 Koori Knockouts and Murri Carnival games.

      Documentary (TBC)
    2. 2:00am

      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)
    3. 3:00am

      Natsiba 2008

      Game 12: Baluna versus Geralton - National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Basketball Association Championships 2008.

      Sport (TBC)
    4. 4:00am

      2011 Queensland Murri Carnival

      Raw, passionate footy like you've never seen before. The inaugural QAIHC Qld Murri Carnival sees rugby league teams from regional, remote and metropolitan Qld battling it out on the Gold Coast.

      Arts and Culture (TBC)
    5. 5:00am

      Bush Bands Bash

      Bush Bands Bash is the biggest concert on the Alice Springs calendar and one of the most vibrant Indigenous events in Australia.

      Music (G)
    6. 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)
    7. 6:30am

      My Animal Friends

      A charming series for kids told from the perspective of some of our most lovable animals. Spend some time with your animal friends.

      Children (G)
    8. 7:00am

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon takes Kayne to the Great Barrier Reef to track down one of the greatest sights in the animals kingdom - baby turtles racing for the sea minutes after they are born.

      Lifestyle (G)
    9. 7:30am

      Tipi Tales

      Set in the crook of a forest, Tipi Tales are adventures in story and song, where Elizabeth, Junior, Russell and Sam play and grow together.

      Children (G)
    10. 7:45am

      Tipi Tales

      Set in the crook of a forest, Tipi Tales are adventures in story and song, where Elizabeth, Junior, Russell and Sam play and grow together.

      Children (G)
    11. 8:00am

      Go Lingo

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

      Game Show (G)
    12. 8:30am

      Waabiny Time

      Djinang, look! It's a yongka, a kangaroo. And can you see the wetj, the emu full of feathers.

      Children (TBC)
    13. 9:00am

      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)
    14. 9:30am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keeping 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

      Fit First

      Follows four individuals in their pursuit to lose weight and get healthy.

      Entertainment (PG)
    16. 10:30am

      Around The Traps

      This program shows you what's hot on the box for the upcoming month.

      Arts and Culture (PG)
    17. 11:00am

      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)
    18. 11:30am

      Awaken

      Award-winning journalist Stan Grant hosts this panel show, putting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues under the microscope.

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    19. 12:00pm

      Ngurra

      Peter Coco Wallace is a senior Arrernte elder. He shows us some sites and dreaming stories of the Central Arrernte People.

      Documentary (G)
    20. 12:15pm

      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)
    21. 12:30pm

      The Tipping Points

      An expedition from the Himalayas all the way down across the plains of India, following one of the most famous rivers systems in the world - The Ganges.

      Documentary (G)
    22. 1:30pm

      Living Black

      Australia's premier Indigenous current affairs program, shining a light on the issues affecting Indigenous Australians. Hosted by Karla Grant.

      News (TBC)
    23. 2:00pm

      Sheltered

      Derek Marsden, an Aboriginal carpenter, travels the world to learn the ancient home building techniques of the world's indigenous and traditional cultures.

      Lifestyle (G)
    24. 2:30pm

      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. 3:00pm

      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)
    26. 3:30pm

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon takes Kayne to the Great Barrier Reef to track down one of the greatest sights in the animals kingdom - baby turtles racing for the sea minutes after they are born.

      Lifestyle (G)
    27. 4:00pm

      Waabiny Time

      Djinang, look! It's a yongka, a kangaroo. And can you see the wetj, the emu full of feathers.

      Children (TBC)
    28. 4:30pm

      My Animal Friends

      A charming series for kids told from the perspective of some of our most lovable animals. Spend some time with your animal friends.

      Children (G)
    29. 5:00pm

      Go Lingo

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

      Game Show (G)
    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

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      The story of sea rights. How border customs officers battle outside insurgents and how local fishermen struggle against commercial fishing vessels and the autonomy of Fishing rights.

      Documentary (PG)
    32. 6:15pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Dale Kerwin is a Worimi man, an academic and historian - he walks the corridors of textbooks and journals in search of something most Australians are oblivious too.

      Documentary (G)
    33. 6:30pm

      Surviving

      Boxer Jorge Kapeen, 23, has been boxing for three years. Before he walked into the Winnunga boxing gym he was overweight and battling alcoholism and depression.

      Documentary (G)
    34. 6:45pm

      Surviving

      Donna Marie Ifould lives in Broome and is a Bard woman. She is the first Indigenous linguist from the Kimberley and has been researching the roots of many Kimberley languages.

      Documentary (G)
    35. 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)
    36. 7:30pm

      Love Patrol

      The story continues with the discovery of a girl's body in the undergrowth, a creeper unsettles the community, the minister's wife becomes increasingly unhappy with her home situation.

      Drama (PG)
    37. 8:00pm

      Water Stories

      Human connections to water in the indigenous world are a mix of physical and spiritual, often combining pragmatic needs with that which nourishes the soul.

      Arts and Culture (G)
    38. 8:30pm

      Village at the End of the World

      A witty, surprising and ultimately feel good portrait of an isolated village of 59 people and 100 sledge dogs, surviving against the odds.

      Documentary (M)
    39. 10:00pm

      Blackstone

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

      Drama (M)
    40. 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)
    41. 11:30pm

      Surviving

      Boxer Jorge Kapeen, 23, has been boxing for three years. Before he walked into the Winnunga boxing gym he was overweight and battling alcoholism and depression.

      Documentary (G)
    42. 11:45pm

      Surviving

      Donna Marie Ifould lives in Broome and is a Bard woman. She is the first Indigenous linguist from the Kimberley and has been researching the roots of many Kimberley languages.

      Documentary (G)
    1. 12:00am

      Murri Rugby League Carnvial 2013

      Brings you all the exciting local rugby league action from the 2013 Murri Rugby League Carnival held in Ipswich, Queensland.

      Sport (TBC)
    2. 1:00am

      Ella 7's

      Kempsey versus Waterloo Storm, Country Brown Kings versus Dharawal 7s, Nari Nari Warriors versus Waterloo Storm, Coonamble Cougars versus Deadly Dead Bulls.

      Sport (TBC)
    3. 2:00am

      The 42nd Annual Koori Knockout

      Join Brad Cook and Luke Carroll at the 42nd Koori Knockout in Raymond Terrace for all the grass roots rugby league action.

      Sport (TBC)
    4. 3:00am

      Natsiba 2008

      Game 13: Central QLD versus Coolaroo - National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Basketball Association Championships 2008.

      Sport (TBC)
    5. 4:00am

      2011 Queensland Murri Carnival

      Raw, passionate footy like you've never seen before. The inaugural QAIHC Qld Murri Carnival sees rugby league teams from regional, remote and metropolitan Qld battling it out on the Gold Coast.

      Arts and Culture (TBC)
    6. 5:00am

      Bush Bands Bash

      Bush Bands Bash is the biggest concert on the Alice Springs calendar and one of the most vibrant Indigenous events in Australia.

      Music (G)
    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

      My Animal Friends

      A charming series for kids told from the perspective of some of our most lovable animals. Spend some time with your animal friends.

      Children (G)
    9. 7:00am

      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)
    10. 7:30am

      Tipi Tales

      Set in the crook of a forest, Tipi Tales are adventures in story and song, where Elizabeth, Junior, Russell and Sam play and grow together.

      Children (TBC)
    11. 7:45am

      Tipi Tales

      Set in the crook of a forest, Tipi Tales are adventures in story and song, where Elizabeth, Junior, Russell and Sam play and grow together.

      Children (TBC)
    12. 8:00am

      Go Lingo

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

      Game Show (TBC)
    13. 8:30am

      Waabiny Time

      In Noongar Boodgar, Noongar Country there's so much to see. Wano, this way the djet, the flowers and ali bidi, that way you can see the boorn, the trees. Moorditj!

      Children (TBC)
    14. 9:00am

      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)
    15. 9:30am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keeping 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

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      The story of sea rights. How border customs officers battle outside insurgents and how local fishermen struggle against commercial fishing vessels and the autonomy of Fishing rights.

      Documentary (PG)
    17. 10:15am

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Dale Kerwin is a Worimi man, an academic and historian - he walks the corridors of textbooks and journals in search of something most Australians are oblivious too.

      Documentary (G)
    18. 10:30am

      Surviving

      Boxer Jorge Kapeen, 23, has been boxing for three years. Before he walked into the Winnunga boxing gym he was overweight and battling alcoholism and depression.

      Documentary (G)
    19. 10:45am

      Surviving

      Donna Marie Ifould lives in Broome and is a Bard woman. She is the first Indigenous linguist from the Kimberley and has been researching the roots of many Kimberley languages.

      Documentary (G)
    20. 11:00am

      Love Patrol

      The story continues with the discovery of a girl's body in the undergrowth, a creeper unsettles the community, the minister's wife becomes increasingly unhappy with her home situation.

      Drama (PG)
    21. 11:30am

      Water Stories

      Human connections to water in the indigenous world are a mix of physical and spiritual, often combining pragmatic needs with that which nourishes the soul.

      Arts and Culture (G)
    22. 12:00pm

      Village at the End of the World

      A witty, surprising and ultimately feel good portrait of an isolated village of 59 people and 100 sledge dogs, surviving against the odds.

      Documentary (M)
    23. 1:30pm

      Moose Tv

      A film crew comes to town to film "Geronimo" and hires George as their community liaison. Despite his better judgement, Clifford is convinced to take a role in the movie.

      Comedy (TBC)
    24. 2:00pm

      Among Us

      Story of the Stolen Generations of Victoria, where Aboriginal elders return to the institutions in Ballarat that they were removed to as children.

      Arts and Culture (TBC)
    25. 2:30pm

      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. 3:00pm

      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)
    27. 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)
    28. 4:00pm

      Waabiny Time

      In Noongar Boodgar, Noongar Country there's so much to see. Wano, this way the djet, the flowers and ali bidi, that way you can see the boorn, the trees. Moorditj!

      Children (TBC)
    29. 4:30pm

      My Animal Friends

      A charming series for kids told from the perspective of some of our most lovable animals. Spend some time with your animal friends.

      Children (G)
    30. 5:00pm

      Go Lingo

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

      Game Show (TBC)
    31. 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)
    32. 6:00pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Story about Mr Stephens, 100 years old and one of the last few remaining soldiers of the Torres Strait Light Infantry Battalion still alive.

      Documentary (G)
    33. 6:15pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Donald is a proud descendant of the Kalkadoon People from Mt Isa North-West Queensland. In 1979 at the age of 19 he left Julia Creek and enlisted in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).

      Documentary (G)
    34. 6:30pm

      Desperate Measures

      Glen Ellis grew up in Mungindi been a farmer most his life; he's the manager of Glanville station providing training, cultural awareness and job opportunities to local youth in town.

      Documentary (PG)
    35. 6:45pm

      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)
    36. 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)
    37. 7:30pm

      Double Trouble

      Double Trouble is a light-hearted comedy drama about twins who were separated at birth, yet one day find themselves face to face. The twins' chance meeting changes many people's lives.

      Family (G)
    38. 8:00pm

      Living Black

      Australia's leading Indigenous news and current affairs show, returns in April with a fresh perspective to uncover the real issues behind the headlines to tell vital Indigenous stories important to all Australians. This season's premiere episode will be presented from the nation's capital to speak with the political leaders about issues affecting our First Peoples. This program will report from some of the most remote areas of Australia, delivering hard hitting news and current affairs stories i

      News (TBC)
    39. 8:30pm

      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)
    40. 9:00pm

      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)
    41. 9:30pm

      The Boondocks

      The Freemans head back to Chicago so Granddad can deliver a eulogy at the funeral of his friend Mo. Huey thinks Granddad doesn't seem too sad. Granddad says Mo did something that cannot be forgiven.

      Comedy (M)
    42. 10:00pm

      ANZ Netball Championship 2014

      Live coverage of the Queensland Firebirds taking on NSW Swift's at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre for Round 8 of the 2014 ANZ Netball Championships.

      Sport (TBC)
    1. 12:00am

      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. 12:30am

      Desperate Measures

      Glen Ellis grew up in Mungindi been a farmer most his life; he's the manager of Glanville station providing training, cultural awareness and job opportunities to local youth in town.

      Documentary (PG)
    3. 12:45am

      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)
    4. 1:00am

      Ella 7's

      Mid North Coast Dolphins versus Brisbane Rebels, Dubbo Rhinos versus Uni of Western Sydney, Toomelah Tigers versus Rosemeadow Estate.

      Sport (TBC)
    5. 2:00am

      The 42nd Annual Koori Knockout

      Join Brad Cook and Luke Carroll at the 42nd Koori Knockout in Raymond Terrace for all the grass roots rugby league action.

      Sport (TBC)
    6. 3:00am

      Natsiba 2008

      National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Basketball Association Championships 2008 - Game 14 Women's Grand Final.

      Sport (TBC)
    7. 4:00am

      2011 Queensland Murri Carnival

      Raw, passionate footy like you've never seen before. The inaugural QAIHC Qld Murri Carnival sees rugby league teams from regional, remote and metropolitan Qld battling it out on the Gold Coast.

      Arts and Culture (TBC)
    8. 5:00am

      Bush Bands Bash

      Bush Bands Bash is the biggest concert on the Alice Springs calendar and one of the most vibrant Indigenous events in Australia.

      Music (TBC)
    9. 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)
    10. 6:30am

      My Animal Friends

      A charming series for kids told from the perspective of some of our most lovable animals. Spend some time with your animal friends.

      Children (G)
    11. 7:00am

      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)
    12. 7:30am

      Tipi Tales

      Set in the crook of a forest, Tipi Tales are adventures in story and song, where Elizabeth, Junior, Russell and Sam play and grow together.

      Children (TBC)
    13. 7:45am

      Tipi Tales

      Set in the crook of a forest, Tipi Tales are adventures in story and song, where Elizabeth, Junior, Russell and Sam play and grow together.

      Children (TBC)
    14. 8:00am

      Go Lingo

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

      Game Show (TBC)
    15. 8:30am

      Waabiny Time

      Mereny and kep, food and water keep us walang, healthy. How about a yongka stew, a kangaroo stew? Yum yum sounds moorditj!

      Children (TBC)
    16. 9:00am

      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)
    17. 9:30am

      Move It Mobstyle

      We're here to get you moving and keeping 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)
    18. 10:00am

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Story about Mr Stephens, 100 years old and one of the last few remaining soldiers of the Torres Strait Light Infantry Battalion still alive.

      Documentary (G)
    19. 10:15am

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Donald is a proud descendant of the Kalkadoon People from Mt Isa North-West Queensland. In 1979 at the age of 19 he left Julia Creek and enlisted in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).

      Documentary (G)
    20. 10:30am

      Desperate Measures

      Glen Ellis grew up in Mungindi been a farmer most his life; he's the manager of Glanville station providing training, cultural awareness and job opportunities to local youth in town.

      Documentary (PG)
    21. 10:45am

      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)
    22. 11:00am

      Living Black

      Australia's leading Indigenous news and current affairs show, returns in April with a fresh perspective to uncover the real issues behind the headlines to tell vital Indigenous stories important to all Australians. This season's premiere episode will be presented from the nation's capital to speak with the political leaders about issues affecting our First Peoples. This program will report from some of the most remote areas of Australia, delivering hard hitting news and current affairs stories i

      News (TBC)
    23. 11:30am

      Women of the Sun: 25 Years Later

      Women of the Sun is a remarkable series that screened in Australia in 1981. It had a huge impact and in 25 Years Later producer Bob Weis sets out to discuss the film's impact on five women with roles.

      Documentary (PG)
    24. 1:00pm

      Australian Biography

      Robin Hughes talks with Aboriginal elder Bill Harney, born to a Wardaman Aboriginal woman and a white father. As a half cast 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)
    25. 1:30pm

      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)
    26. 2:00pm

      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)
    27. 2:30pm

      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)
    28. 3:00pm

      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)
    29. 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)
    30. 4:00pm

      Waabiny Time

      Mereny and kep, food and water keep us walang, healthy. How about a yongka stew, a kangaroo stew? Yum yum sounds moorditj!

      Children (TBC)
    31. 4:30pm

      My Animal Friends

      A charming series for kids told from the perspective of some of our most lovable animals. Spend some time with your animal friends.

      Children (G)
    32. 5:00pm

      Go Lingo

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

      Game Show (TBC)
    33. 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)
    34. 6:00pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Reginald Saunders was the first Aboriginal commissioned officer. Having survived over a year on the run, hiding out on Crete during WWII and the famous battle of Kapyong during the Korean War.

      Documentary (G)
    35. 6:15pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Gary Thompson was born in Barcaldine Central Western Queensland on the 22 Nov 1951. On the 18 June 1971 he enlisted in the Air force becoming an Airfield Defence Guard (AD).

      Documentary (G)
    36. 6:30pm

      Our Footprint

      Uncle Max Eulo is the unofficial face of Aboriginal Australia. He has smoked and welcomed the biggest names into this country.

      Entertainment (G)
    37. 6:45pm

      Our Footprint

      Violet takes us on a journey to an old mud hut her great-grandmother dearly called 'Queen Caroline Chisholm Lane' and her husband dearly called 'King Albert', who raised 10 children at Yass.

      Entertainment (G)
    38. 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)
    39. 7:30pm

      Awaken

      Award-winning journalist Stan Grant hosts this panel show, putting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues under the microscope.

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    40. 8:00pm

      Kriol Kitchen

      Ali and Mitch travel two hours north of Broome to a tourist camping destination named Goobaragun and spend the day with Kathleen ox.

      Lifestyle (G)
    41. 8:30pm

      Hard Rock Medical

      The final anatomy test brings the students face to face with "Romeo and Juliet," the cadavers they have been learning from for the entire term.

      Drama (M)
    42. 9:00pm

      The Tipping Points

      An expedition from the Himalayas all the way down across the plains of India, following one of the most famous rivers systems in the world - The Ganges.

      Documentary (G)
    43. 10:00pm

      Burned Bridge

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

      Entertainment (M)
    44. 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)
    45. 11:30pm

      Our Footprint

      Uncle Max Eulo is the unofficial face of Aboriginal Australia. He has smoked and welcomed the biggest names into this country.

      Entertainment (G)
    46. 11:45pm

      Our Footprint

      Violet takes us on a journey to an old mud hut her great-grandmother dearly called 'Queen Caroline Chisholm Lane' and her husband dearly called 'King Albert', who raised 10 children at Yass.

      Entertainment (G)