Episodes

Aug. 9, 2019

On History, Art and Loving a Tree

How a community saved a river, cleaned up an estuary, what art reveals that the eye doesn’t see, and what is the meaning of saving just one tree? Susan Doran, activist: the history of the Friends of the Mongarlowe . Luise Man...

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Aug. 9, 2019

On Animals

The deep interactions between humans and other creatures are captured as we spend some time at a wombat rehabilitation centre and meet the wombats themselves, hear about how a tiny kangaroo joey helped heal a family and commu...

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Aug. 9, 2019

On Home Ground

Home Ground can mean a place you live, a place you’ve developed a relationship with over time, or further ranging territory you travel across in your day to day. Here we explore three stories of caring for the land. We’re tra...

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Aug. 9, 2019

On the Atherton Tablelands

We’re in the Atherton Tablelands in Far North Queensland. This documentary feature immerses you in the wettest part of the driest continent on earth, a tiny patch of emerald green. A World Heritage area. We’re walking through...

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