Along with many countries across this beautiful, God gifted world, we share a history of violence, greed and atrocities. Typically, humans have played the blame game and twisted truths with a warped new story to cover the shame. Continue reading “A Time to Listen”
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, many of us may find ourselves stuck at home, and that can naturally lead to some mental health concerns… Perhaps you are feeling lonely, anxious, depressed, or scared. Continue reading “Mental Health Wellness in Isolation”
Staying safe at home this Easter long weekend will be a piece of cake (or is that a piece of chocolate!), with a wonderful variety of Easter movies and programs for the whole family on ACCTV and ACCTV Now. Check out the line-up. Continue reading “Your Long Weekend Easter Movies With ACCTV”
By: Jonathan Weir
H is for Happiness has to be one of the most enjoyable family films to come out of Australia since Babe. Based on the book My Life as an Alphabet by Barry Jonsberg, and directed by feature film debutant John Sheedy, Continue reading “H is for Happiness [Movie Review]”
By: Sharon Fitness
ACCTV is the Home of Good Christmas TV this year , with dozens of titles to well and truly get you in the Christmas Spirit and bring Joy to your world.
Continue reading “A Christmas TV Treasure Trove on ACCTV”
By: Matt McCudden
This is about more than a scorched and dusty, dry land – though bone dry it certainly is. This goes deeper than just praying for rain, yet the desperation for soaking precipitation is all-consuming.
Continue reading “Remembering our Farmers this Christmas”
By: Sharon Fitness
It’s that time of year again where ACCTV asks you, “What was your favourite movie this year?” They’re running their annual poll, where you get to decide what movies they will be showing in their Top 3 Countdown airing the first week of the New Year.
Continue reading “What Was Your Favourite ACCTV Movie For 2019?”
By: Jennifer Kerr
Schoolies celebrations mean school leavers hitting the Gold Coast, getting drunk, getting in trouble, and in the background of TV news live broadcasts, right? Oh my, but no! There is an amazing alternative to the cliché and many school leavers take on new and different experiences. Continue reading “Schoolies Done Better”
By: Leigh Ockey
Four flights. A trolley load each of oversize baggage at every airport. Stopped by security at every checkpoint because there’s 7 kilos of batteries in each of our bags.
Continue reading “Capturing Stories of Poverty and Compassion”