On the box

January 25, 2008

Maverick Mother — Janet Merewether decides to take life into her own hands and embark on a journey into the new social phenomenon of solo motherhood by choice. SBS, Friday February 1, 10pm.

Cafe Carnivale — Musicians of diverse backgrounds come to live in Australia but struggle to find places to perform. SBS, Saturday, February 2, 3.30pm.

Pim Fortuyn: Death of a Populist — Looks at the life and death of the Dutch anti-immigration, right wing populist politician Pim Fortuyn. SBS, Sunday, February 3, 11.05am.

Indonesia: A Reporter's Journey — Examines Indonesia's relationship with Australia in relation to East Timor, the Asian tsunami, the Bali and Jakarta bombings, asylum seekers and the Bali Nine. SBS, Tuesday, February 5, 8.30pm.

Never Again — Looks at the tragic events occurring in Darfur and reflects on how the international community has failed to act. SBS, Wednesday, February 6, 1.10am.

Line in the Sand — The story of a community as they prepare for the anniversary of Mulrunji Doomadgee's death, one of Australia's most reported black deaths in custody. ABC, Thursday, February 7, 2.55am.

Israel and the Arabs: Elusive Peace — On the Arab-Israeli peace process told by some of the key players. ABC, Thursday, February 7, 3.25am.

Australian Biography: Joan Winch — Joan Winch stood up for herself from an early age, when she was the only Aboriginal girl in her school and was picked on by the other students. SBS, Thursday February 7, 1pm.

Missing: Link-Up — Ten thousand Aborigines are seeking lost families as a result of government policies which removed Aboriginal children from their parents and placed them with white families or in institutions. SBS, Thursday, February 7, 3.30pm.

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