On the box

October 19, 2009

Yamaji Man — Born to a Yamaji woman from Western Australia and an Irish Catholic father, Mark grew up in two worlds, never truly at home in either. NITV, Friday, October 23, 4.30pm.

The Bisexual Revolution — From Europe to North America, this program traces the history of bisexuality from ancient times through the liberation movements of the '70s and beyond. SBS1, Friday, October 23, 10pm.

Strong and Deadly — Looks at community-based initiatives that draw on culture that are having a significant impact on the health and well-being of Indigenous young people. SBS2, Friday, October 23, 11.30pm.

A Frontier Conversation — Journey through the Top End of Australia to explore what history means to the traditional landowners. NITV, Saturday, October 24, 7.30pm.

Black Money — Investigates multinational companies that have routinely made secret payments, often referred to as "black money", to win billions in business. SBS1, Sunday, October 25, 9.30pm.

Embedded with Nationalists — When Pauline Hanson launched One Nation, the debate over who or what it means to be Australian erupted and the term nationalist took on a whole new meaning. SBS1, Sunday, October 25, 11.30pm.

Rosa's Story — Filmmakers Luigi Acquisto and Stella Zammataro return to East Timor to find out how the fledgling democracy is faring, picking up the story of young East Timorese widow Rosa Martins and her family, seven years after independence. SBS1, Monday, October 26, 1:30 pm.

Stolen Sisters — Based on the Amnesty International Report accusing Canada of discrimination and inaction against First Nations women that have either gone missing, been kidnapped and/or murdered. NITV, Wednesday, October 28, 1am.

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