On the box


Human Cargo — Looks at the world of refugees and the people who sacrifice their lives to help them, as well as those who work to exploit them. SBS, Monday, April 2, 12.30am.

Message Stick: Ripples from Wave Hill — The story of Australia's first successful land rights campaign: the momentous fight started 40 years ago by the Gurindji people of the Northern Territory. ABC, Monday, April 2, 6pm.

Cutting Edge: My Home Your War — Takes you inside the home of an Iraqi family as they deal with the disruptions and terrors of war as it affects their daily lives. SBS, Tuesday, April 3, 8.30pm.

Al-Qaeda in Europe — In the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, the focus of the investigation quickly shifted to looking for radical Muslims in Europe. SBS, Wednesday, April 4, 1.05am.

Tales from a Suitcase: Mr and Mrs Amjah — Abdul Amjah was to be the case that first broke the Immigration Restriction Act of 1901 — the White Australia policy. SBS, Wednesday, April 4, 2.30pm.

Living Black — Indigenous news and current affairs program. SBS, Wednesday, April 4, 6pm.

Dateline: Iran's Economic Meltdown — Examines the financial situation of Iran and the role of its nuclear program. SBS, Wednesday, April 4, 8.30pm.

Hidden Treasures with Betty Churcher — During the first two decades of the 20th century, there was a spirit of emancipation among Australian women, many of whom saw art as a viable career for the first time. ABC, Thursday, April 5, 6.50pm.

Women of the Holy Kingdom — Compelling and personal report into the emerging women's movement in Saudi Arabia. ABC, Thursday, April 5, 9.35pm.

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