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Created by: Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Australia under 5's6-10

Started: June 16th, 2019

Status: Idle, 58 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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A Littler Yarn with Troy Cassar-Daley
07:49 | January 15th, 2024

The sun’s going down and the sky is getting dark…  It’s time for a lullaby to drift off to sleep. Let’s head to Gumbaynggirr Country for a littler yarn with Troy Cassar-Daley about his new lullaby ‘Ninganah’…

A Littler Yarn with Nyangulya Katie Nalgood
07:55 | October 16th, 2023

Let’s have a yarn with Walmajarri artist Nyangulya Katie Nalgood. It gets pretty hot on her Country but you can still find bright, beautiful birds down by the waterhole. They’re Katie’s favourite things to paint ever since she was little…

A Littler Yarn with Wimiya Woodley
06:59 | October 16th, 2023

We’re meeting Yindjibarndi man Wimiya Woodley to yarn about Country, lore and Rudi’s favourite thing to do… dancing!

A Littler Yarn with Djakangu Yunupingu
06:04 | October 16th, 2023

We’re in the Top End to visit Yolngu Elder and artist Djakangu Yunupingu at her studio. Djakangu has painted a very special story that was passed down to her from her father. It’s the story of the Djulpan and the seven sisters…

Friend in Wiradjuri
07:45 | September 17th, 2023

It’s our last visit to see our mudyi Nathan – let’s join him for a walk in the hills around Mudgee and yarn about how we can be a friend to people and Country.

Brushtail possum in Wiradjuri
09:17 | September 10th, 2023

The sun is setting over Wiradjuri Country and things are getting quiet, but there’s a friend in the trees that’s just starting to wake up… Nathan shares all kinds of Wiradjuri words that come from wilay – the brushtail possum!

Crow in Wiradjuri
09:11 | September 3rd, 2023

We’re meeting our friend Nathan by the river. He’s going to introduce us to his Country and a special piece of it that always makes him feel at home – the crow! 

Goodbye in Wambaya
08:24 | August 27th, 2023

It can be hard to say goodbye, it can bring on a lot of big feelings. But it can also mean returning to a place or person you’ve been missing. Let’s head back to Wambaya Country one last time to say alima to Lynette. 

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Created by: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Started: June 16th, 2019
Status: Idle, 58 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

Australiaunder 5's6-10
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