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    1. 12:00am

      Queensland Murri Carnival 2014

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

      Sport (TBC)
    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

      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)
    4. 3:00am

      Chocolate Martini

      Djiva's songs stir together a mix of flavours from indigenous, country, folk, pop, rock, soul & reggae all to create a style that won't keep you still.

      Entertainment (G)
    5. 4:00am

      NITV on the Road: Saltwater Freshwater

      Sue Ray: Newcomer to the music industry Queensland performer Sue Ray has risen to acclaim with her debut album about heartbreak and self-discovery. Sue Ray shares her stories and performs.

      Documentary (PG)
    6. 5:00am

      Chocolate Martini

      In this mix, we have three fantastic acts to play music, sing songs and tell stories. With Tania Walker, Banawurun and No Shame.

      Entertainment (PG)
    7. 6:00am

      Volumz

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

      Music (PG)
    8. 7:00am

      Volumz

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

      Music (PG)
    9. 8:00am

      Volumz

      Hosted by music guru Alec Doomadgee, we feature some of our best indigenous musicians and go behind the scenes to have a 'dorris' and get the lowdown with your favourite artists from Oz and abroad.

      Music (PG)
    10. 9:00am

      Volumz

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

      Music (PG)
    11. 10:00am

      Volumz

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

      Music (PG)
    12. 11:00am

      Volumz

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

      Music (PG)
    13. 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)
    14. 12:30pm

      Goin' Troppo in The Toppo

      This program takes a sneak peek at just some of the amazing characters and sites of Darwin. This fun and entertaining program will be presented by Belinda Miller and local boy Dennis Stokes who will take our audiences to a myriad of shows, and events happening around town.

      Lifestyle (PG)
    15. 1:00pm

      Fit First

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

      Entertainment (PG)
    16. 1:30pm

      Twelve Canoes

      We live in Arnhem Land, in Northern Territory of Australia. For long time our people have been wanting to show our culture to the world. We made this film. That was really beginning of it.

      Documentary (TBC)
    17. 2:30pm

      Surviving

      Lenore is an Aboriginal woman whose mother came from a large clan from Pt Pearce Community on the Yorke Peninsula.

      Documentary (G)
    18. 2:45pm

      Surviving

      Poet, playwright, radio broadcaster, actor and activist John Harding grew up in Port Melbourne Victoria. He talks about life growing up and the reason for Indigenous Australians need to have a voice.

      Documentary (PG)
    19. 3:00pm

      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)
    20. 3:15pm

      Desperate Measures

      Eric Deeral was an Australian politician who was the second Australian Aboriginal elected to an Australian parliament and the first to a state parliament.

      Documentary (G)
    21. 3:30pm

      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)
    22. 3:45pm

      Our Footprint

      Anangu Traditional Owner Frank Young was born and grew up in the beautiful surrounds of Watarru, in the APY Lands of north-west South Australia. Watarru is one of the most remote areas of Australia.

      Entertainment (G)
    23. 4:00pm

      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)
    24. 4:15pm

      Around The Campfire

      Two Elders from Moa Island talking about their upbringing when they were young and sharing their fond memories that is close to their hearts and Island life.

      Documentary (G)
    25. 4:30pm

      Unearthed

      Conrad Rory shares his story about the challenges of staying strong in your culture and his aspirations for his traditional lands that are under continual threat from mining - past, present and future.

      Documentary (G)
    26. 4:45pm

      Unearthed

      Stik n Move recording hip hop artists and brothers Nathan Carter and Michael Weir. Unearthed by triple j in 2013 and the recipients of a Deadly Award for Most Promising New Talent in Music in 2013.

      Documentary (PG)
    27. 5:00pm

      Ngurra

      Wukun began painting in 1997 as a result of the Saltwater project in which he participated intensively since his fathers death in 1981.

      Documentary (G)
    28. 5:15pm

      Ngurra

      Sharing conversations and songs between generation's increases knowledge about language, country and significant sites. These are the concerns of Ngarluma Elders who are joined at Paradise.

      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 Summer Series

      This 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

      Jasmine Sarin is an Aboriginal artist from Kamileroi and Jeringa country of New South Wales, and is based in Nowra and Wollongong.

      Documentary (PG)
    32. 7:15pm

      Unearthed

      Conrad Rory shares his story about the challenges of staying strong in your culture and his aspirations for his traditional lands that are under continual threat from mining - past, present and future.

      Documentary (G)
    33. 7:30pm

      Ethnic Business Awards 2014

      The Ethnic Business Awards are Australia's longest running national business awards program. The awards celebrate diversity and multiculturalism, and the achievements of migrants who come to Australia with a "suitcase full of dreams". Their ingenious and enterprising characters contribute greatly to Australia's business and social landscape. They create jobs, wealth and ideas, and cement the harmony of multicultural Australia. It is the goal of the Ethnic Business Awards to celebrate their journ

      Business and Finance (PG)
    34. 9:30pm

      Jazz

      This series explores the history of the major American musical form. We track its development in African American culture, its rise to prominence with its golden age of popularity spanning from the 1920s to the mid 1940s both in its original form and in Swing through its popular decline and the rise of vital new sub-genres into the present day. Along the way, we learn of the lives and work of major contributors to the form such as Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Benny Goodman, C

      Music (PG)
    35. 10:30pm

      Alick Tipoti

      This documentary takes us on a journey into the mind, heart and eye of Alick Tipoti, a member of the Maluyligal people of Zenadath Kes.

      Documentary (G)
    36. 11:45pm

      Unearthed

      Jasmine Sarin is an Aboriginal artist from Kamileroi and Jeringa country of New South Wales, and is based in Nowra and Wollongong.

      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

      NITV on the Road: Saltwater Freshwater

      Homegrown band from the mid north coast of NSW Whitehouse rock it out with their funky grooves and front man Grant Saunders shares his personal stories.

      Documentary (PG)
    7. 6:00am

      Chocolate Martini

      Elisabeth and Stephen Gogos togther with the band, Banawurun feature in this episode, plus The Barlett Brothers.

      Entertainment (G)
    8. 9:00am

      NITV on the Road: Saltwater Freshwater

      Sue Ray: Newcomer to the music industry Queensland performer Sue Ray has risen to acclaim with her debut album about heartbreak and self-discovery. Sue Ray shares her stories and performs.

      Documentary (PG)
    9. 10:00am

      A-League

      The Hyundai A-League, Australia's premier football competition, continues, with live coverage when Melbourne Victory take on Adelaide United in Round 8. 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)
    10. 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)
    11. 12:30pm

      Living Black

      Australia's leading Indigenous news and current affairs show uncovers the real issues behind the headlines to tell vital Indigenous stories important to all Australians. This program will report from some of the most remote areas of Australia, delivering hard hitting news and current affairs stories impacting on communities. The team will chase the stories rarely covered by mainstream media and unearth the issues which local people face on a daily basis. There will also be a series of one-on-one

      News (TBC)
    12. 1:00pm

      The Quest of Jimmy Pike

      Today, Jimmy Pike's exciting, brilliantly coloured prints and paintings can be seen in every state gallery in Australia.

      Entertainment (TBC)
    13. 2:00pm

      Queensland Murri Carnival 2014

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

      Sport (TBC)
    14. 3:00pm

      44th Annual Koori Knockout

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

      Sport (TBC)
    15. 4:00pm

      Unearthed

      Jasmine Sarin is an Aboriginal artist from Kamileroi and Jeringa country of New South Wales, and is based in Nowra and Wollongong.

      Documentary (PG)
    16. 4:15pm

      Unearthed

      Conrad Rory shares his story about the challenges of staying strong in your culture and his aspirations for his traditional lands that are under continual threat from mining - past, present and future.

      Documentary (G)
    17. 4:30pm

      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)
    18. 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)
    19. 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)
    20. 6:00pm

      Around The Traps

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

      Arts and Culture (PG)
    21. 7:00pm

      Ngurra

      Jack Cook Jangala represents the best of his generation, comprising the senior law holders and cattle workers who grew up on country, not in communities.

      Documentary (G)
    22. 7:15pm

      Welcome To Wapos Bay

      Wapos Bay kids come under the influence of famous rapper Iced Latte.

      Children (TBC)
    23. 8:30pm

      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 (PG)
    24. 9:00pm

      The Other Side

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

      Documentary (PG)
    25. 9:30pm

      Boy

      It's 1984, and 11-year-old Boy lives on a New Zealand farm with his gran, a goat, and his younger brother. Shortly after Gran leaves for a week, Boy's father appears out of the blue. Having imagined a heroic version of his father during his absence, Boy comes face to face with the real version - an incompetent hoodlum who has returned to find a bag of money he buried years before. Winner of the Audience Award at the 2010 Sydney Film Festival.

      Comedy (M)
    26. 11:00pm

      Yudum

      A young man heads north in search of a girl, but who discovers much more than he ever expected. A true community movie for all, starring that people of Oodnadatta and Oodnadatta itself.

      Drama (M)
    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

      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)
    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

      Bushwhacked

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

      Lifestyle (G)
    10. 7:30am

      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)
    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 (TBC)
    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

      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)
    14. 9:30am

      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)
    15. 9:45am

      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)
    16. 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)
    17. 10:30am

      Ngurra

      Jack Cook Jangala represents the best of his generation, comprising the senior law holders and cattle workers who grew up on country, not in communities.

      Documentary (G)
    18. 10:45am

      Ngurra

      Although being away from country and living an urban lifestyle the Gibson's still enjoy going out bush and teaching the young ones how to hunt and gather.

      Documentary (PG)
    19. 11:00am

      Henare O Keefe: Te Tuatangata

      In this moving profile we meet the passionate community worker who, through an extraordinary act of forgiveness, turned a whole community into heroes.

      Entertainment (TBC)
    20. 12:00pm

      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 (PG)
    21. 12:30pm

      The Other Side

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

      Documentary (PG)
    22. 1:00pm

      Flying Boomerangs

      The Flying Boomerangs tour provides a cultural experience for these young Indigenous AFL players as they merge with local Indigenous communities in South Africa and show their skills on the park.

      Reality/Real-Life (PG)
    23. 1:30pm

      Pormpurraw Art

      We examine the relationship between contemporary art and the Pormpuraaw community's visual traditions. In the Thaayorre and Mungkan languages.

      Arts and Culture (TBC)
    24. 2:00pm

      Goin' Troppo in The Toppo

      This program takes a sneak peek at just some of the amazing characters and sites of Darwin. This fun and entertaining program will be presented by Belinda Miller and local boy Dennis Stokes who will take our audiences to a myriad of shows, and events happening around town.

      Lifestyle (PG)
    25. 2:30pm

      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. 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

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

      Lifestyle (G)
    28. 4:00pm

      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. 4:30pm

      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)
    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

      Fit First

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

      Entertainment (PG)
    33. 6:30pm

      Surviving

      Frances and her family are well-known for their art, craft and artefact making which they have been producing, exhibiting and selling in and around Lakes Entrance for years.

      Documentary (G)
    34. 6:45pm

      Surviving

      Lenore is an Aboriginal woman whose mother came from a large clan from Pt Pearce Community on the Yorke Peninsula.

      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

      Welcome To Wapos Bay

      Wapos Bay kids come under the influence of famous rapper Iced Latte.

      Children (TBC)
    37. 8:45pm

      Surviving

      Arrernte woman Elva Tapangati has lived in Adelaide as a young child. Removed from Hermannsburg NT, she was brought up in a home to Karn Independent life as a blind woman.

      Documentary (G)
    38. 9:00pm

      Mataku

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

      Drama (M)
    39. 9:30pm

      Mataku

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

      Drama (M)
    40. 10:00pm

      Arctic Air

      Set in the booming Arctic this drama series follows the adventures of a maverick airline and the unconventional family who run it. The vast terrain and unforgiving climate mean the stakes are sky-high.

      Drama (M)
    41. 11:00pm

      NITV News

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

      News (TBC)
    42. 11:30pm

      Surviving

      Frances and her family are well-known for their art, craft and artefact making which they have been producing, exhibiting and selling in and around Lakes Entrance for years.

      Documentary (G)
    43. 11:45pm

      Surviving

      Lenore is an Aboriginal woman whose mother came from a large clan from Pt Pearce Community on the Yorke Peninsula.

      Documentary (G)
    1. 12:00am

      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)
    2. 1:00am

      Ella 7's

      Northern United versus Bowraville, Sydney Skindogs versus Waterloo, Dubbo Rhinos versus Toomelah Tigers.

      Sport (TBC)
    3. 2:00am

      2011 Lightning Cup

      Top End grassroots AFL at its best.

      Sport (TBC)
    4. 3:00am

      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)
    5. 4:00am

      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)
    6. 5:00am

      NITV on the Road: Saltwater Freshwater

      Sue Ray: Newcomer to the music industry Queensland performer Sue Ray has risen to acclaim with her debut album about heartbreak and self-discovery. Sue Ray shares her stories and performs.

      Documentary (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

      Bushwhacked

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

      Lifestyle (G)
    10. 7:30am

      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)
    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 (TBC)
    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

      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)
    14. 9:30am

      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)
    15. 9:45am

      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)
    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

      Surviving

      Frances and her family are well-known for their art, craft and artefact making which they have been producing, exhibiting and selling in and around Lakes Entrance for years.

      Documentary (G)
    18. 10:45am

      Surviving

      Lenore is an Aboriginal woman whose mother came from a large clan from Pt Pearce Community on the Yorke Peninsula.

      Documentary (G)
    19. 11:00am

      Yarrabah! The Musical

      Opera ignites musical life in the small northern community of Yarrabah.

      Musical (G)
    20. 11:30am

      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)
    21. 12:30pm

      Mataku

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

      Drama (M)
    22. 1:00pm

      Mataku

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

      Drama (M)
    23. 1:30pm

      Arctic Air

      Set in the booming Arctic this drama series follows the adventures of a maverick airline and the unconventional family who run it. The vast terrain and unforgiving climate mean the stakes are sky-high.

      Drama (M)
    24. 2:30pm

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

      Lifestyle (G)
    27. 4:00pm

      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. 4:30pm

      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)
    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

      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)
    33. 6:45pm

      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)
    34. 7:00pm

      NITV News

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

      News (TBC)
    35. 7:30pm

      Down 2 Earth

      This series celebrates Aboriginal communities around the world that are using traditional knowledge and science to protect their territories.

      Arts and Culture (TBC)
    36. 8:00pm

      Living Black

      Australia's leading Indigenous news and current affairs show uncovers the real issues behind the headlines to tell vital Indigenous stories important to all Australians. This program will report from some of the most remote areas of Australia, delivering hard hitting news and current affairs stories impacting on communities. The team will chase the stories rarely covered by mainstream media and unearth the issues which local people face on a daily basis. There will also be a series of one-on-one

      News (TBC)
    37. 8:30pm

      Bush Plum

      This film is a contemplation of the work and country of Angelina Pwerle, a visual poem, capturing the imagery and connection between painting and country. Central Australia is a place of extraordinary power and beauty, the art from this place is a mirror, a spiritual reflection of beliefs, of culture, of country, of its plants and animals. For Angelina, her bush plum dreaming paintings reflect "the whole thing, all of country".

      Documentary (G)
    38. 9:00pm

      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)
    39. 9:30pm

      The Boondocks

      Granddad meets a young black woman who asks him out on a date, but the only person who can spoil Granddad's new romance, is Granddad.

      Comedy (M)
    40. 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

      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)
    3. 12:45am

      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)
    4. 1:00am

      44th Annual Koori Knockout

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

      Sport (TBC)
    5. 2:00am

      Queensland Murri Carnival 2014

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

      Sport (TBC)
    6. 3:00am

      Ella 7's

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

      Sport (TBC)
    7. 4:00am

      2011 Lightning Cup

      Top End grassroots AFL at its best.

      Sport (TBC)
    8. 5:00am

      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)
    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

      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

      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)
    12. 7:30am

      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)
    13. 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)
    14. 8:30am

      Waabiny Time

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

      Children (TBC)
    15. 9:00am

      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)
    16. 9:30am

      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)
    17. 9:45am

      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)
    18. 10:00am

      Fit First

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

      Entertainment (PG)
    19. 10:30am

      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)
    20. 10:45am

      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)
    21. 11:00am

      Living Black

      Australia's leading Indigenous news and current affairs show uncovers the real issues behind the headlines to tell vital Indigenous stories important to all Australians. This program will report from some of the most remote areas of Australia, delivering hard hitting news and current affairs stories impacting on communities. The team will chase the stories rarely covered by mainstream media and unearth the issues which local people face on a daily basis. There will also be a series of one-on-one

      News (TBC)
    22. 11:30am

      Down 2 Earth

      This series celebrates Aboriginal communities around the world that are using traditional knowledge and science to protect their territories.

      Arts and Culture (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

      Lore Poles

      We journey to the Netherlands with Joel Ngallametta and six other dancers as they officially open their traditional Lore Poles with traditional dance and song.

      Documentary (G)
    25. 2:30pm

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

      Lifestyle (G)
    28. 4:00pm

      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. 4:30pm

      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)
    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

      Fit First

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

      Entertainment (PG)
    33. 6:30pm

      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. 6:45pm

      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)
    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

      Awaken Best of

      Looking back at the last six months on the issues that have helped to shape the Indigenous landscape in Current Affairs.

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    37. 8:00pm

      Waru, Kuka and Everything!

      A look at the ancient and always evolving relationship between the Martu people and fire on their country.

      Documentary (G)
    38. 9:00pm

      North of Capricorn

      Australia's great divide is not between the city and the bush. It is between the North and the South. Looking at Australia from the top down changes the whole story of our nations history.

      Documentary (PG)
    39. 10:00pm

      The Boys of Baraka

      Reveals the human face of a tragic statistic - 61 percent of Baltimore's African-American boys fail to graduate from high school; 50 percent of them go on to jail. Behind those grim figures lie the grimmer realities of streets ruled by drug dealers, families fractured by addiction and prison, and a public school system seemingly surrendered to chaos.

      Documentary (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

      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)
    42. 11:45pm

      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)
    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

      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. 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

      Bushwhacked

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

      Lifestyle (G)
    10. 7:30am

      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)
    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 (TBC)
    12. 8:30am

      Waabiny Time

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

      Children (TBC)
    13. 9:00am

      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)
    14. 9:30am

      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)
    15. 9:45am

      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)
    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

      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)
    18. 10:45am

      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)
    19. 11:00am

      Awaken Best of

      Looking back at the last six months on the issues that have helped to shape the Indigenous landscape in Current Affairs.

      Current Affairs (TBC)
    20. 11:30am

      Waru, Kuka and Everything!

      A look at the ancient and always evolving relationship between the Martu people and fire on their country.

      Documentary (G)
    21. 12:30pm

      North of Capricorn

      Australia's great divide is not between the city and the bush. It is between the North and the South. Looking at Australia from the top down changes the whole story of our nations history.

      Documentary (PG)
    22. 1:30pm

      The Boys of Baraka

      Reveals the human face of a tragic statistic - 61 percent of Baltimore's African-American boys fail to graduate from high school; 50 percent of them go on to jail. Behind those grim figures lie the grimmer realities of streets ruled by drug dealers, families fractured by addiction and prison, and a public school system seemingly surrendered to chaos.

      Documentary (M)
    23. 2:30pm

      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)
    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 takes Kayne to Tasmania for a ridiculously nail-biting mission: to track down and kiss a Tasmanian Devil.

      Lifestyle (G)
    26. 4:00pm

      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)
    27. 4:30pm

      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. 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

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

      Entertainment (PG)
    31. 6:30pm

      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)
    32. 6:45pm

      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)
    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

      Pacific Sport 360

      Join Jay Laga'aia and his panel as they interview some of the Pacific's biggest sports stars.

      Sport (TBC)
    35. 8:00pm

      The Long Walk - 10 Years

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

      Documentary (G)
    36. 8:30pm

      Sky Dancers

      The Brooklyn Bridge, the Empire State Building, the World Trade Center: for more than 120 years, Mohawk iron workers have raised America's modern city scapes.

      Cartoon (PG)
    37. 9:30pm

      Rose Against the Odds

      The true life story of Aboriginal boxer Lionel Rose from his heyday in the late 1960s as World Bantamweight Champion to his later struggles as an alcoholic thief.

      Drama (PG)
    38. 10:30pm

      Defining Moments

      This documentary on Emma Donovan will capture the raw emotion of her experience at the Garma Festival. This intimate story will showcase her connection with country and culture.

      Documentary (TBC)
    39. 11:00pm

      NITV News

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

      News (TBC)
    40. 11:30pm

      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)
    41. 11:45pm

      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)
    1. 12:00am

      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 (PG)
    2. 1:00am

      2011 Lightning Cup

      Top End grassroots AFL at its best.

      Sport (TBC)
    3. 2:00am

      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)
    4. 5:00am

      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)
    5. 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)
    6. 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)
    7. 7:00am

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to track down one of the deadliest and rarest spiders on earth: the northern tree-dwelling funnel web spider!

      Lifestyle (G)
    8. 7:30am

      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)
    9. 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)
    10. 8:30am

      Waabiny Time

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

      Children (TBC)
    11. 9:00am

      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)
    12. 9:30am

      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. 9:45am

      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. 10:00am

      Fit First

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

      Entertainment (PG)
    15. 10:30am

      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)
    16. 10:45am

      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)
    17. 11:00am

      Sky Dancers

      The Brooklyn Bridge, the Empire State Building, the World Trade Center: for more than 120 years, Mohawk iron workers have raised America's modern city scapes.

      Cartoon (PG)
    18. 12:00pm

      The Long Walk - 10 Years

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

      Documentary (G)
    19. 12:30pm

      Pacific Sport 360

      Join Jay Laga'aia and his panel as they interview some of the Pacific's biggest sports stars.

      Sport (TBC)
    20. 1:00pm

      National Indigenous Music Awards

      From the Top End to Tasmania, the nation's most outstanding Indigenous artists showcase the changing face and sound of Indigenous music in Australia. Featuring Troy Cassar Daley and Gurrumul Yunupingu.

      Music (PG)
    21. 2:30pm

      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)
    22. 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)
    23. 3:30pm

      Bushwhacked

      Brandon challenges Kayne to track down one of the deadliest and rarest spiders on earth: the northern tree-dwelling funnel web spider!

      Lifestyle (G)
    24. 4:00pm

      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)
    25. 4:30pm

      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. 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)
    27. 5:30pm

      NITV News

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

      News (TBC)
    28. 6:00pm

      Fit First

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

      Entertainment (PG)
    29. 6:30pm

      Samaqan: 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.

      Documentary (G)
    30. 7:00pm

      NITV News

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

      News (TBC)
    31. 7:30pm

      Around The Traps

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

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

      Good Tucker

      Passing on Bush Tucker knowledge for a long and healthy life in the Western Kimberley.

      Lifestyle (G)
    33. 9:00pm

      Blackstone

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

      Drama (M)
    34. 10:00pm

      The Boondocks

      Granddad meets a young black woman who asks him out on a date, but the only person who can spoil Granddad's new romance, is Granddad.

      Comedy (M)
    35. 10:30pm

      Colour Theory

      Art school trained and urbane, and with roots that run deep to Bidjara and Ghungalu country in central Queensland, Brisbane's Dale Harding is part of a new wave of Aboriginal artists.

      Arts and Culture (G)
    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

      Samaqan: 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.

      Documentary (G)