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Curtain

 Let's Talk

09 December 2016

Curtain is a weekly podcast which delves into the 1991 murder of an Aboriginal woman in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. An Aboriginal man was convicted of rape and murder over her death and has been in jail for over a quarter of a century. Curtain examines the trial and evidence, and considers whether he may be innocent. This is episode nine of the series

Lets Talk- Bruce Pascoe

 Let's Talk

06 December 2016

Bruce Pascoe is a Bunurong and Yuin man, and author of the acclaimed book Dark Emu – which recently won the NSW Premier’s Literary Prize Book of the Year. Dark Emu has demolished the myths that Aboriginal people were hunters and gatherers by outlining the sophisticated Aboriginal agriculture methods that were used pre-invasion. Mr Pascoe is now hoping to re-vitalise those traditional techniques as a way to promote the strength of Aboriginal cultures. He joined Amy McQuire on Lets Talk.

Curtain

 Let's Talk

02 December 2016

Curtain is a weekly podcast which delves into the 1991 murder of an Aboriginal woman in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. An Aboriginal man was convicted of rape and murder over her death and has been in jail for over a quarter of a century. Curtain examines the trial and evidence, and considers whether he may be innocent. This is episode eight of the series

Curtain

 Let's Talk

25 November 2016

Curtain is a weekly podcast which delves into the 1991 murder of an Aboriginal woman in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. An Aboriginal man was convicted of rape and murder over her death and has been in jail for over a quarter of a century. Curtain examines the trial and evidence, and considers whether he may be innocent. This is episode seven of the series

Curtain

 Let's Talk

18 November 2016

Curtain is a weekly podcast which delves into the 1991 murder of an Aboriginal woman in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. An Aboriginal man was convicted of rape and murder over her death and has been in jail for over a quarter of a century. Curtain examines the trial and evidence, and considers whether he may be innocent. This is episode six of the series

Curtain

 Let's Talk

11 November 2016

Curtain is a weekly podcast which delves into the 1991 murder of an Aboriginal woman in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. An Aboriginal man was convicted of rape and murder over her death and has been in jail for over a quarter of a century. Curtain examines the trial and evidence, and considers whether he may be innocent. This is episode five of the series

lets Talk- Joseph Boston

 Let's Talk

10 November 2016

Joseph Boston –  Joseph Boston is an African-American writer and social worker based in Brisbane. He joins Amy McQuire to talk about the US Election which elected Donald Trump as President, and why he wasn’t particularly shocked. In fact, he had called it about a year ago, based on an understanding of US history, and what would happen following the two terms of President Barack Obama.

You can find out more of his work here:  https://josephboston.wordpress.com/

Curtain

 Let's Talk

04 November 2016

Curtain is a weekly podcast which delves into the 1991 murder of an Aboriginal woman in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. An Aboriginal man was convicted of rape and murder over her death and has been in jail for over a quarter of a century. Curtain examines the trial and evidence, and considers whether he may be innocent. This is episode four of the series.

Curtain

 Let's Talk

28 October 2016

Curtain is a weekly podcast which delves into the 1991 murder of an Aboriginal woman in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. An Aboriginal man was convicted of rape and murder over her death and has been in jail for over a quarter of a century. Curtain examines the trial and evidence, and considers whether he may be innocent. This is episode three of the series.

Professor Jon Altman

 Let's Talk

26 October 2016

Professor Jon Altman has 40 years experience working in Indigenous economic development and is at the Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation at Deakin University. He joins Amy McQuire to talk about 40 years of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act in the NT, self-determination, decolonisation and the Community Development Programme (CDP)

 

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