'It is 2014 and a group of young Aboriginal men from a tribe on the verge of losing their Songlines have just discovered that a law boss from a neighbouring tribe knows some of their cultural songs and dances. They have not been performed for more than 50 years and it was thought they had been lost forever. The songs and dances were given to the men’s tribe, the Djugun tribe, by their creator during the Buguragarri (the Dreaming).'
Source: NITV (http://www.sbs.com.au/nitv/songlines-on-screen/article/2016/04/29/landmark-documentary-series-songlines-screen-coming-soon). (Sighted: 06/06/2016)
'Songline custodian Brian Bin Saaban is a Djugun man born in Broome. He went through Law in Broome in 1990.
Custodian Roy Wiggan (b 1930, Sunday sland) has lived in Broome for over 50 years and is a senior Bardi man who is the custodian of traditional stories and songs of his people. He is the only member of his community entitled to make new ilma; rare hand-held ceremonial objects allowing Bardi people to learn and access their stories, law and songs.'