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    1. 1:00pm

      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)
    2. 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)
    3. 2:30pm

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as she gets up to dance. Miranda Garling performs, You've Got Moves and Uncle Warren Williams teaches the kids in Western Arrernte language.

      Children (G)
    4. 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)
    5. 3:30pm

      Bushwhacked

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

      Lifestyle (G)
    6. 4:00pm

      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)
    7. 4:30pm

      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)
    8. 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)
    9. 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)
    10. 6:00pm

      Desperate Measures

      Local Murdi man Darryl McCarthy talks about a time in Cunnamulla when Bill Johnston bought the town together through the sport of boxing.

      Documentary (G)
    11. 6:15pm

      Desperate Measures

      Brewarrina (meaning meeting place) used to be a popular gathering ground for over 5000 Ngeamba, Murrawarri, Gamilaraay, and Yuwaalaraay people in certain seasons.

      Documentary (PG)
    12. 6:30pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Local Rockhampton stories of Indigenous service men and woman. Sharing their experiences and touching on what it meant to serve for their country.

      Documentary (G)
    13. 6:45pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Marsat Ketchell is a strong Torres Strait Islander man who tells us the history of his community and his journey into the military career of his family and his life and service in the Navy.

      Documentary (G)
    14. 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)
    15. 7:30pm

      The Kimberley: Land of the Wandjina

      The Wandjina, spirit guardians of one of the last great wilderness areas on Earth, watch over a land ruled on the coast by some of the most ferocious tides in the world, and in the inland by fresh water, falling water or no water at all. Everything in the Kimberley in northwest Australia has adapted to live with the cycles of running water and extremes of wet and dry, and to survive the long periods of drought between the torrential monsoon rains.

      Documentary (G)
    16. 8:30pm

      On the Edge

      This episode introduces us to the 12 teenagers. They experience the cultural beauty of some of Sydney's famous sites. There is a personality clash and Norma gets angry when asked to join in an activity.

      Reality/Real-Life (PG)
    17. 9:00pm

      Living Black

      A confronting memorial for Indigenous diggers, consisting of seven metre tall bullets, is being unveiled in Sydney's Hyde Park. The artist behind the work says the work is inspired by his grandfather. Hosted by Karla Grant.

      News (TBC)
    18. 9:30pm

      A First Step

      Follows a young class of Aboriginal Studies students on an excursion to meet and learn from Dhanggati Elders and members of the Stolen Generation. A simple but important step forward for our youth.

      Documentary (G)
    19. 10:00pm

      Fox Memorial Shield

      Rugby League from the 2014 Auckland club competition. See how bruising and exciting the game is across the Tasman.

      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

      Local Murdi man Darryl McCarthy talks about a time in Cunnamulla when Bill Johnston bought the town together through the sport of boxing.

      Documentary (G)
    3. 12:45am

      Desperate Measures

      Brewarrina (meaning meeting place) used to be a popular gathering ground for over 5000 Ngeamba, Murrawarri, Gamilaraay, and Yuwaalaraay people in certain seasons.

      Documentary (PG)
    4. 1:00am

      Burned Bridge

      As Vincent deals with the frustration that Ricky is in jail for a crime he didn't commit, he is forced to face his own demons.

      Entertainment (PG)
    5. 2:00am

      Fusion With Casey Donovan

      A music program for all music lovers. Hosted by Casey Donovan.

      Music (PG)
    6. 3:00am

      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)
    7. 4:00am

      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)
    8. 5:00am

      NITV on the Road: Boomerang Festival

      Boomerang is a 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)
    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 (G)
    10. 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)
    11. 7:00am

      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 (PG)
    12. 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)
    13. 8:00am

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub. Kerrianne Cox sings her song Walking Along the Edge, and Aunty Maxine Jarrett teaches some kids the Gumbayngirr language.

      Children (G)
    14. 8:30am

      Waabiny Time

      My Moort, my family make me djoorabiny, they make me happy.

      Children (TBC)
    15. 9:00am

      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)
    16. 9:30am

      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)
    17. 10:00am

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Local Rockhampton stories of Indigenous service men and woman. Sharing their experiences and touching on what it meant to serve for their country.

      Documentary (G)
    18. 10:15am

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Marsat Ketchell is a strong Torres Strait Islander man who tells us the history of his community and his journey into the military career of his family and his life and service in the Navy.

      Documentary (G)
    19. 10:30am

      Desperate Measures

      Local Murdi man Darryl McCarthy talks about a time in Cunnamulla when Bill Johnston bought the town together through the sport of boxing.

      Documentary (G)
    20. 10:45am

      Desperate Measures

      Brewarrina (meaning meeting place) used to be a popular gathering ground for over 5000 Ngeamba, Murrawarri, Gamilaraay, and Yuwaalaraay people in certain seasons.

      Documentary (PG)
    21. 11:00am

      On the Edge

      This episode introduces us to the 12 teenagers. They experience the cultural beauty of some of Sydney's famous sites. There is a personality clash and Norma gets angry when asked to join in an activity.

      Reality/Real-Life (PG)
    22. 11:30am

      Living Black

      A confronting memorial for Indigenous diggers, consisting of seven metre tall bullets, is being unveiled in Sydney's Hyde Park. The artist behind the work says the work is inspired by his grandfather. Hosted by Karla Grant.

      News (TBC)
    23. 12:00pm

      Fox Memorial Shield

      Rugby League from the 2014 Auckland club competition. See how bruising and exciting the game is across the Tasman.

      Sport (TBC)
    24. 2:00pm

      A First Step

      Follows a young class of Aboriginal Studies students on an excursion to meet and learn from Dhanggati Elders and members of the Stolen Generation. A simple but important step forward for our youth.

      Documentary (G)
    25. 2:30pm

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub. Kerrianne Cox sings her song Walking Along the Edge, and Aunty Maxine Jarrett teaches some kids the Gumbayngirr language.

      Children (G)
    26. 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)
    27. 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)
    28. 4:00pm

      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. 4:30pm

      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)
    30. 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)
    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

      Our Footprint

      Uncle Alan Wilson is a respected Kokatha and Wirangu Elder living in Port Lincoln, takes us through the community and educates us of the horrific Aboriginal massacre in Elliston that occurred in 1849.

      Entertainment (PG)
    33. 6:15pm

      Our Footprint

      2013 Naidoc Female Elder of the Year, Rose Richards, a Yalangi and Tagalaga Elder from Far North Queensland has dedicated her life to improving the health and well being of children and mothers.

      Entertainment (G)
    34. 6:30pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      A life-long horse rider and former stockman, Ray has travelled from Sydney to the heart of Australia for this celebration of those who served and sacrificed for our country.

      Documentary (G)
    35. 6:45pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Eighty-seven-year-old Lenny Ogilvie comes from a long family tradition of war veterans. His father served in World War I, seven uncles served in World War II as well as his brother.

      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

      Sistas in the Sector

      Following the successful documentary 'Sister if you only Knew' in 1975, this short film depicts the story of Aboriginal women in the South Australian public sector 30 years on.

      Documentary (PG)
    38. 8:00pm

      Back to Munda

      A documentary about land care management and rehabilitation schemes in the chain of bays in South Australia.

      Documentary (G)
    39. 9:00pm

      A Transfer of Power

      Men in the Collum Collum Aboriginal community remove a failed engine from a car and replace it with a refurbished engine from another car, an occasion to affirm continuing community relationships.

      Documentary (M)
    40. 9:30pm

      Awaken

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

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    41. 10:30pm

      Kill the Matador

      Showcases the surfing moves of Otis Carey, an Aboriginal surfer from Coffs Harbour.

      Sport (M)
    42. 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)
    43. 11:30pm

      Our Footprint

      Uncle Alan Wilson is a respected Kokatha and Wirangu Elder living in Port Lincoln, takes us through the community and educates us of the horrific Aboriginal massacre in Elliston that occurred in 1849.

      Entertainment (PG)
    44. 11:45pm

      Our Footprint

      2013 Naidoc Female Elder of the Year, Rose Richards, a Yalangi and Tagalaga Elder from Far North Queensland has dedicated her life to improving the health and well being of children and mothers.

      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 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)
    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 our feelings. The Witchetty Grubs sing their song, All the Good Things and Kirra Somerville reads her book, Lizard Gang.

      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 hi-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

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      A life-long horse rider and former stockman, Ray has travelled from Sydney to the heart of Australia for this celebration of those who served and sacrificed for our country.

      Documentary (G)
    16. 10:15am

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      87 Year old Lenny Ogilvie comes from a long family tradition of war veterans. His father served in World War 1, 7 Uncles served in World War 2 as well as his brother.

      Documentary (G)
    17. 10:30am

      Our Footprint

      Uncle Alan Wilson is a respected Kokatha and Wirangu Elder living in Port Lincoln, takes us through the community and educates us of the horrific Aboriginal massacre in Elliston that occurred in 1849.

      Entertainment (PG)
    18. 10:45am

      Our Footprint

      2013 Naidoc Female Elder of the Year, Rose Richards, a Yalangi and Tagalaga Elder from Far North Queensland has dedicated her life to improving the health and well being of children and mothers.

      Entertainment (G)
    19. 11:00am

      Awaken

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

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    20. 12:00pm

      Yarning Up

      A compilation of short documentaries from the top end of Australia, Yarning Up is an initiative aimed at developing regional filmmakers from the Northern Territory.

      Documentary (PG)
    21. 12:30pm

      Sistas in the Sector

      Following the successful documentary 'Sister if you only Knew' in 1975, this short film depicts the story of Aboriginal women in the South Australian public sector 30 years on.

      Documentary (PG)
    22. 1:00pm

      Back to Munda

      A documentary about land care management and rehabilitation schemes in the chain of bays in South Australia.

      Documentary (G)
    23. 2:00pm

      The Brush Sings

      A documentary about the artists from Injalak Arts and Crafts, an Aboriginal art centre in Gunbalanya, Western Arnhem Land.

      Entertainment (G)
    24. 2:30pm

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as she explores our feelings. The Witchetty Grubs sing their song, All the Good Things and Kirra Somerville reads her book, Lizard Gang.

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

      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 hi-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 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)
    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

      Around The Campfire

      Leading up to the first public performance, the Healing Songs singers share some of the stories behind their songs and project.

      Documentary (G)
    32. 6:15pm

      Around The Campfire

      Follow the journey of three talented young indigenous football players from the red dust ovals of central Australia to the hallowed turf of the new Adelaide Oval.

      Documentary (G)
    33. 6:30pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      John Schnaars is an Indigenous Vietnam Veteran who served time in Vietnam who has always believed in paying respect to all indigenous defence service men and women who have served for Australia.

      Documentary (G)
    34. 6:45pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Jack Pollard served in the Lighthorse - in the 20/11th. This regiment was known as the "Queensland Black Watch" - a reinforcement of 26 Aborigines, mostly from some of the Mission Stations.

      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

      The Marngrook Footy Show

      This week on Marngrook former Tiger Jake King joins the panel, Magpie assistant coach Scott Burns and Bulldog legend Brian Royal drop in and the legendary Troy Cassar-Daly performs live.

      Sport (TBC)
    37. 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)
    38. 9:30pm

      Burned Bridge

      The events of the afternoon Wilga was killed convinces Vincent that the statement Ricky gave is worthless.

      Entertainment (M)
    39. 10:30pm

      Mataku

      Mataku was a bilingual series of half-hour dramatic narratives steeped in Maori mystique. Mataku was produced by Maori writers, directors and actors, and was a strong international and domestic success.

      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

      Around The Campfire

      Leading up to the first public performance, the Healing Songs singers share some of the stories behind their songs and project.

      Documentary (G)
    42. 11:45pm

      Around The Campfire

      Follow the journey of three talented young indigenous football players from the red dust ovals of central Australia to the hallowed turf of the new Adelaide Oval.

      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 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)
    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 learns some Gundungurra language from Jason Brown also Arone Raymond Meek reads his book Enora and The Black Crane.

      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 hi-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

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      John Schnaars is an Indigenous Vietnam Veteran who served time in Vietnam who has always believed in paying respect to all indigenous defence service men and women who have served for Australia.

      Documentary (G)
    16. 10:15am

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Jack Pollard served in the Lighthorse - in the 20/11th. This regiment was known as the "Queensland Black Watch" - a reinforcement of 26 Aborigines, mostly from some of the Mission Stations.

      Documentary (G)
    17. 10:30am

      Around The Campfire

      Leading up to the first public performance, the Healing Songs singers share some of the stories behind their songs and project.

      Documentary (G)
    18. 10:45am

      Around The Campfire

      Follow the journey of three talented young indigenous football players from the red dust ovals of central Australia to the hallowed turf of the new Adelaide Oval.

      Documentary (G)
    19. 11:00am

      The Marngrook Footy Show

      This week on Marngrook former Tiger Jake King joins the panel, Magpie assistant coach Scott Burns and Bulldog legend Brian Royal drop in and the legendary Troy Cassar-Daly performs live.

      Sport (TBC)
    20. 12:30pm

      Lurujarri Dreaming

      This beautifully crafted animated documentary retraces the Lurujarri Dreaming Trail from the Goolarabooloo community in the Western Kimberley region of Western Australia.

      Arts and Culture (G)
    21. 1:00pm

      The Kimberley: Land of the Wandjina

      The Wandjina, spirit guardians of one of the last great wilderness areas on Earth, watch over a land ruled on the coast by some of the most ferocious tides in the world, and in the inland by fresh water, falling water or no water at all. Everything in the Kimberley in northwest Australia has adapted to live with the cycles of running water and extremes of wet and dry, and to survive the long periods of drought between the torrential monsoon rains.

      Documentary (G)
    22. 2:00pm

      Kids To Coast

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

      Documentary (G)
    23. 2:30pm

      Mugu Kids

      Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as she learns some Gundungurra language from Jason Brown also Arone Raymond Meek reads his book Enora and The Black Crane.

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

      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 hi-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 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)
    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

      The Medicine Line

      Traveling is a passion for many. Join Dave Gaudet as he zigzags his way across the Canada-US border to discover the art, language, history, and culture of Aboriginal people in both places.

      Documentary (G)
    31. 6:30pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Patrica Watkin (Canuto) was 5 years old when life as she knew it was torn apart in the Darwin bombings on 19 February 1942.

      Documentary (G)
    32. 6:45pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      George and Murray Watego were two brothers from New South Wales who enlisted together on the same day in Brisbane in 1916.

      Documentary (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

      Around The Traps

      It's Entertainment Tonight, Blackfella Style! Our Around The Traps reporters from across the Country will send in Stories from Remote and Regional communities. This ep features WA Revealed.

      Arts and Culture (PG)
    35. 8:30pm

      Our Songs

      WITBN members created clips from each of their countries of new, emerging and established artists. Come with Carly, Catherine and Yatu as they talk about the different countries and their music.

      Music (PG)
    36. 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)
    37. 10:00pm

      Express Yourself

      Some of the best Indigenous comedians and hip hop artists. Hosted by stand-up King, Sean Choolburra. Acts include Sam Conway, Diat Alferink and Kevin Kropinyeri and features music by Maupower.

      Entertainment (MA)
    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

      The Medicine Line

      Traveling is a passion for many. Join Dave Gaudet as he zigzags his way across the Canada-US border to discover the art, language, history, and culture of Aboriginal people in both places.

      Documentary (G)
    1. 12:00am

      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)
    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

      Syd Skindogs versus Rosemeadow Est, Kempsey versus Toomelah Storm, Waterloo Storm versus Yolgnu 7s, Dubbo Rhinos versus Moree Strong Blacks.

      Sport (TBC)
    5. 4:00am

      2011 Lightning Cup

      Top End grassroots AFL at its best.

      Sport (TBC)
    6. 5:00am

      Defining Moments

      This is a story about two women, a handful of Aboriginal Elders and a group of migrant youth. It's a story about how acceptance and respect played a vital role in healing the human spirit.

      Documentary (TBC)
    7. 5:30am

      Kriol Kitchen

      Dishes include beef curry using foundation spices and ikam bilis with chilli and eggs. In this episode we enjoy the culinary skills of Veronica Francis who draws on her Malaysian influences from her father.

      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

      There are maar keny bonar, six seasons. Birak is hot time, time for djiba-djobaliny, swimming time.

      Children (TBC)
    10. 7:00am

      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)
    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 she explores our feelings. The Witchetty Grubs sing their song, All the Good Things and Kirra Somerville reads her book, Lizard Gang.

      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 hi-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology.

      Game Show (TBC)
    14. 9:00am

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to a hoof-thumping mission: to train as a jackaroo and then muster about 40 head of cattle in the Megalong Valley.

      Lifestyle (G)
    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

      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)
    17. 11:00am

      Fusion With Casey Donovan

      Join Casey Donovan for this action-packed episode of Fusion. We spotlight Philly a Triple J Unearthed winner at the 2014 NIMAs, and Jacinta Price, and feature clips from Jimblah and much more.

      Music (PG)
    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

      Frontier Wars 2011

      Anzac Day 2011, Aboriginal advocates acquire permission to march in Anzac Parade. The group respectfully follow the parade with positive crowd support, until the police intervene.

      Documentary (G)
    20. 12:45pm

      Frontier Wars 2012

      On Anzac Day 2012, the second ever march remembering Aboriginal Nations and Peoples who defended the country against the invading forces from Europe fall in behind the Anzac Day March.

      Documentary (G)
    21. 1:00pm

      Anzac Day March Redfern

      Broadcasting live from Redfern and hosted by Lola Forester and NITV News Reporter Danny Teece-Johnson, we highlight ceremonial aspects of the day and the march from Redfern Park to Prince Alfred Park.

      News (G)
    22. 2:30pm

      The Marngrook Footy Show

      This week on Marngrook former Tiger Jake King joins the panel, Magpie assistant coach Scott Burns and Bulldog legend Brian Royal drop in and the legendary Troy Cassar-Daly performs live.

      Sport (TBC)
    23. 4:00pm

      Around The Campfire

      Roy Gibson a Kuku Yalanji elder has had a dream to build a centre that would help his community. Working with young people to get real training in hospitality and tourism industries.

      Documentary (G)
    24. 4:15pm

      Around The Campfire

      Jennifer Creek has a strong voice and presence in her town Coen she is passionate in working with the community members about understanding, respecting and acknowledging cultural heritage.

      Documentary (G)
    25. 4:30pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      AWM Indigenous Officer and Vietnam veteran, Gary gives us an insight in to the wars and contribution from Indigenous Australian Veterans.

      Documentary (G)
    26. 4:45pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Colin is third generation of his family involved in defence. Grandfather World War l, father World War ll, and then Colin in the Timor Corps.

      Documentary (G)
    27. 5:00pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Nathan Lovett-Murray comes from two families that have made an impact on the ANZAC legacy. In this episode he follows his Murray line to show the fighting spirit from the famous Eumerella War.

      Documentary (PG)
    28. 5:15pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Tune in to listen to the personal tale from Nathan Murray-Lovatt about discovering his family's legacy.

      Documentary (G)
    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

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      The stories harboured within his memory are haunting, but Black Digger, Uncle Roger 'Bushfire' Saunders is a proud Vietnam Veteran.

      Documentary (G)
    32. 7:15pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Mayor of Thursday Island and Navy vet Napau Pedro Stephen shares the history of the Forgotten Warriors. Thursday, Goods and Horn Islands were the frontlines of Australia's defence in World War II.

      Documentary (G)
    33. 7:30pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Local Rockhampton stories of Indigenous service men and woman. Sharing their experiences and touching on what it meant to serve for their country.

      Documentary (G)
    34. 7:45pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Marsat Ketchell is a strong Torres Strait Islander man who tells us the history of his community and his journey into the military career of his family and his life and service in the Navy.

      Documentary (G)
    35. 8:00pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      A life-long horse rider and former stockman, Ray has travelled from Sydney to the heart of Australia for this celebration of those who served and sacrificed for our country.

      Documentary (G)
    36. 8:15pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      87 Year old Lenny Ogilvie comes from a long family tradition of war veterans. His father served in World War 1, 7 Uncles served in World War 2 as well as his brother.

      Documentary (G)
    37. 8:30pm

      A War of Hope

      In year 1942, in the midst of World War II, 235 Guugu Yimithirr people of North QLD were forcibly removed 1500km from their land by armed forces into a government exile settlement at Woorabinda.

      Documentary (PG)
    38. 9:30pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      John Schnaars is an Indigenous Vietnam Veteran who served time in Vietnam who has always believed in paying respect to all indigenous defence service men and women who have served for Australia.

      Documentary (G)
    39. 9:45pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Jack Pollard served in the Lighthorse - in the 20/11th. This regiment was known as the "Queensland Black Watch" - a reinforcement of 26 Aborigines, mostly from some of the Mission Stations.

      Documentary (G)
    40. 10:00pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Patrica Watkin (Canuto) was 5 years old when life as she knew it was torn apart in the Darwin bombings on 19 February 1942.

      Documentary (G)
    41. 10:15pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      George and Murray Watego were two brothers from New South Wales who enlisted together on the same day in Brisbane in 1916.

      Documentary (PG)
    42. 10:30pm

      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)
    43. 10:45pm

      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)
    44. 11:00pm

      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)
    45. 11:15pm

      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)
    46. 11:30pm

      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)
    47. 11:45pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

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

      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 & cooperation.

      Children (TBC)
    8. 6:30am

      Waabiny Time

      Waabiny time, playing time is djooradiny, it's fun. It's about keeping walang, keeping healthy. Let's play djenborl football and learn to handball and take on the obstacle course. It's deadly koolangk.

      Children (TBC)
    9. 7:00am

      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)
    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 as she learns some Gundungurra language from Jason Brown also Arone Raymond Meek reads his book Enora and The Black Crane.

      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 hi-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology. Host Alanah Ahmat.

      Game Show (TBC)
    13. 9:00am

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon takes Kayne to Tasmania for a ridiculously nail-biting mission: to track down and then kiss a Tasmanian Devil!

      Lifestyle (G)
    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

      A-League

      Round 27: Brisbane Roar V Newcastle Jets - The Hyundai A-League, Australia's premier football competition, continues on SBS ONE, with live coverage as Brisbane Roar take on the Newcastle Jets at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, in Round 27. SBS's live Friday night match coverage will be hosted by David Zdrilic, with live match commentary by David Basheer and Lucy Zelic pitch side with onsite interviews and match reports.

      Sport (TBC)
    16. 12:00pm

      NITV News Week in Review

      NITV National 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)
    17. 12:30pm

      NEAFL 2015: NT Thunder

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

      Sport (TBC)
    18. 2:45pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      The stories harboured within his memory are haunting, but Black Digger, Uncle Roger 'Bushfire' Saunders is a proud Vietnam Veteran.

      Documentary (G)
    19. 3:00pm

      Anzac Day March Redfern

      Broadcasting live from Redfern and hosted by Lola Forester and NITV News Reporter Danny Teece-Johnson, we highlight ceremonial aspects of the day and the march from Redfern Park to Prince Alfred Park.

      News (G)
    20. 4:30pm

      Anzacs: Remembering Our Heroes

      Mayor of Thursday Island and Navy vet Napau Pedro Stephen shares the history of the Forgotten Warriors. Thursday, Goods and Horn Islands were the frontlines of Australia's defence in World War II.

      Documentary (G)
    21. 4:45pm

      The Black Olive

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

      Lifestyle (G)
    22. 4:52pm

      The Black Olive

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

      Lifestyle (G)
    23. 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)
    24. 5:30pm

      NITV News Week in Review

      NITV National 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)
    25. 6:00pm

      Awaken

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

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    26. 7:00pm

      Native Planet

      Host Simon Baker takes you around the world and deep into fascinating Aboriginal communities and cultures waging a passionate defence of mother earth.

      Documentary (G)
    27. 7:50pm

      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, Oh My God 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 celebrities.

      Entertainment (PG)
    28. 9:30pm

      Like Water

      In the most brutal and often most misunderstood sport in the world, becoming a champion takes more than just blood, sweat, and tears. Like Water follows middleweight Ultimate Fighter Anderson Silva.

      Documentary (M)
    29. 11:00pm

      A War of Hope

      In year 1942, in the midst of World War II, 235 Guugu Yimithirr people of North QLD were forcibly removed 1500km from their land by armed forces into a government exile settlement at Woorabinda.

      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 & cooperation.

      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 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)
    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, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub and her friends. MStar sings a song with her dad about dinosaurs, the kids at Nambour Public School teach us some Gubbi Gubbi language.

      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 hi-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology. Host Alanah Ahmat.

      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

      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

      Come with the kids of Nullagine in WA as they learn how to make damper and cook Kangaroo tails.

      Documentary (G)
    17. 10:45am

      Ngurra

      Margaret Kemarre Turner, a senior eastern Arrente woman living in Alice Springs. We are offered a glimpse into the life of this extraordinary traditional woman and knowledge holder.

      Documentary (G)
    18. 11:00am

      Awaken

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

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    19. 12:00pm

      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, Oh My God 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 celebrities.

      Entertainment (PG)
    20. 1:30pm

      Postcards From Indigenous Taiwan

      Angela Bates takes you on a journey to Taiwan to experience Zen Drumming, Local Aboriginal Arts, Culture & Music and some of Taiwan's must see destinations.

      Documentary (G)
    21. 2:30pm

      Mugu Kids

      Look, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub and her friends. MStar sings a song with her dad about dinosaurs, the kids at Nambour Public School teach us some Gubbi Gubbi language.

      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 go out after dark and spot little penguins sneaking out of the sea to feed their babies!

      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 hi-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology. Host Alanah Ahmat.

      Game Show (TBC)
    25. 4:30pm

      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)
    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

      NITV National 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

      Surviving

      Margaret O'Shane has come from very humble beginnings and has overcome many of life's obstacles and today enjoys it to the fullest. She is passionate about her identity and has a zest for life.

      Documentary (G)
    29. 6:15pm

      Surviving

      Lola Forester has always been one to keep her ear to the ground - She is one of our veterans of the air-waves. But who is Lola? Tune in get to know the person beneath the leopard skin.

      Documentary (G)
    30. 6:30pm

      The Other Side

      Share in the journey of these Aboriginal ghost hunters as they try to understand what they encounter in the context of indigneous culture of the land.

      Documentary (PG)
    31. 7:00pm

      NITV News

      NITV National 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. 7:30pm

      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)
    33. 8:00pm

      All Our Relations

      6 Indigneous celebrities,6 journeys into the past, 6 inspiring stories featuring Canadian Aboriginal Celebrities we learn how the experiences of thier ancestors shaped these outstanding individuals.

      Documentary (PG)
    34. 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 (MA)
    35. 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)
    36. 10:00pm

      Black Music: An American (R)evolution

      The story of African American music and the civil rights movement. After the assassination of Martin Luther King, Black musicians moved away from the polite and polished sounds of Motown towards a more aggressive affirmation of their Blackness. But that didn't last, and the angry political message of Public Enemy was soon replaced with the crass materialism of gangsta rap and cute R&B songs.

      Documentary (M)
    37. 11:00pm

      NITV News

      NITV National 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)
    38. 11:30pm

      Surviving

      Margaret O'Shane has come from very humble beginnings and has overcome many of life's obstacles and today enjoys it to the fullest. She is passionate about her identity and has a zest for life.

      Documentary (G)
    39. 11:45pm

      Surviving

      Lola Forester has always been one to keep her ear to the ground - She is one of our veterans of the air-waves. But who is Lola? Tune in get to know the person beneath the leopard skin.

      Documentary (G)