1) Kakadu Man
At the top end of Australia is the jewel of the country's national parks and the home of the Gagadju people. It is called Kakadu. More than 100,000 visitors are drawn to this magical place every year. Some come to look at its beauty but others come to hunt its animals and dig up its minerals. Bill Neidjie is a traditional custodian of this land - a role passed down to him through countless generations. In 1979 he gave the land to the people of Australia....