Living Black: In Conversations

Living Black: In Conversations

Living Black: In Conversations

Living Black is Australia's premier Indigenous current affairs program. Hosted by Karla Grant, the half-hour show provides timely, intelligent and comprehensive coverage of the issues affecting the Indigenous community. It reports many stories largely ignored by the mainstream media.

Living Black: In Conversations - Kyah Simon

She was the first Indigenous woman to score a goal for the Australian Women's Football Team (the Matildas). Born in Sydney, into a family of sporting greats, Kyah moved from Rugby League to the round ball game and it's paid off. Now Living Black gets the story behind the young football legend Kyah Simon.

Living Black: In Conversations - Stephen & David Page

Bangarra Dance Theatre redefined how the world thinks about Indigenous dance. The brothers behind it, director Stephen Page and music composer David Page have dedicated their lives to depicting the world's oldest living culture in new ways.

Living Black: In Conversations - David Wirrpanda

At the age of 16, David Wirrpanda became the youngest debutant player for the West Coast Eagles in the AFL and went on to forge a successful career. David has been using his profile to work for and with the wider community. Karla Grant speaks to an inspiring and honest David Wirrpanda.

Living Black: In Conversations - Kurtley Beale

Kurtley Beale is the rising star in Australian Rugby Union who dreams of being a role model for Indigenous kids, a dream that's dogged by personal struggles. Join us as Living Black documents Kurtley's journey to discover more about his culture and himself.

Living Black: In Conversations - Jimi Bani

He is the shy Torres Strait Islander that thought he was bound for a career on the basketball court, but ended up on the stage. Jimi Bani tells Karla Grant of his desire to use his acting craft to be a spokesman for his people.

Living Black: In Conversations - Dr Kelvin Kong

He made the headlines by becoming Australia's first Indigenous surgeon. Now, Dr. Kelvin Kong is making history, working with remote communities to cure ear disease in Aboriginal children.

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