Community, Community events, Culture, Land, People
The Bardi-Jawi Rangers embark on an initiative to spread awareness of the shrinking numbers of the vine thicket trees along the coast of the Dampier Peninsula and why they are very important to traditional owners.
Wati and the Ngarlis was produced by group of delegates at the 13th Remote Indigenous Media Festival held in Umuwa, South Australia in October 2011. It provides a "Charlie's Angels' perspective on the history and status of remote Indigenous Television.
Keep Me Warm - A tender love song from an exciting young songwriter from the Dampier Peninsula, Albert Wiggan. An established spokesman who is dedicated to keeping industry’s footprint to a minimum, Albert’s songs reflect a life balanced between two colli
Back of Meatworks - Growing up in Broome as a child brings back a lot of fond memories for Arnold, fishing with his family and playing with his friends in the bush in the days when the Pearling industry was at its peak. It was a carefree and peaceful life
Ghost of Werner Runtz - Kevin describes his music as verandah music, and every afternoon as the sun sets on the Beagle Bay, you can hear Birchy’s acoustic guitar giving a soundtrack to the landscape and history of the Peninsula. This instrumental is named
The only way to get to Beagle Bay is on the famed red pindan road heading north of Broome. The constantly changing condition requires a higher level of concentration than usual. It might be rough but the locals’ love the way it k
Kevin’s favourite place is a short drive on the vast tidal mud flats driving towards the sea from Beagle Bay community. Past the fresh water springs surrounded by his favourite fire wood, Mangrove trees, past old rusted car bodies and broken d