Join me Marshall THE MILLION DOLLAR VOICE for another huge episode of the Truckin’ hour!!!
This week I’m driving you solo through your favourite truckin’ songs mixed with usual banter, requests and shout outs!
SEE YOU ON THE ROAD!!!!
Friday 17th January 2020 Jamie Dunn helped Clay raise money for Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service (WIRES).
Clay mentioned in his previous broadcast the important work that WIRES does and wanted to help. Here are some photos from the Live Broadcast, click here for the full LIVE VIDEO
The full article can be found here.
If you want to donate straight to WIRES, here’s the link
Our country is undergoing an extreme transformation. Between the lost lives, destroyed homes and endless toil from firefighters, our fauna is copping the brunt of it. Some native species are even facing extinction. Given nature’s ever prolonged restoration, I’d love to raise some money for the Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service (WIRES).
WIRES is the largest wildlife rescue & rehabilitation charity in Australia. It is a non-profit organisation providing rescue and rehabilitation for all native Australian fauna. All animal rescuers and carers are volunteers.
Post Bushfires in December of 2019, I saw possibly my last wild koala in Iluka NSW. The poor thing had lost most of its hair, but it was still roaming for food and fully mobile. Some creatures don’t get off this lucky. That’s why I’ve chosen to donate to WIRES and lose some hair myself.
This Friday 17th of January at 8:10 am live on the Brekky show, the beard is Going!
If you want to donate straight to WIRES, here’s the link
Every bit counts and feel free to Give Jamie, Emma and myself a call between 5 am to 9 am on 38920188, to let us know if you’ve donated.
2020-01-15 Brekky Show live in the studio with Jamie Dunn, Clay Cassar-Daley and Emma Mac speak about why Clay is shaving his beard.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with the CEO of Firesticks Alliance Oliver Costello from the Bundjalung nation, on the 9th of January Firesticks Alliance launched a fundraiser campaign called ‘’ Empower Firesticks Practitioners to restore cultural fire” we also talked about the fires in New South Wales and Victoria.
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Get your votes in before the 12th of January 2020!
That’s right, it’s not over yet! You can still select your favourite songs from the Original 100 Playlist, as voting now closes Sunday, 12th January 2020.
Results of the most voted track will be released on Invasion Day, 26th January.
Dan Rennie, Larrakia man, and 98.9FM’s Station Manager explained the meaning of the 26th for our mob during Let’s Talk in December 2019…
“…On that day for our mob, what we do is typically gather with friends, family, march [and] go out in solidarity [and] show your support, but also to listen to the songs that have been in the background all these years… The songs of protest, the songs of struggle and survival and stopping and pausing and remembering the true history of this country.”
Initially, the Original 100 playlist was simply a list of significant songs about the lived experiences of our mob, chosen by 98.9fm staff to commemorate the 26th as a day of survival. Dan Rennie gave further insight into the origins.
“I think we were brainstorming in about November to get it happening and I think by early December we had the framework in place – and people like yourself Boe [and] Kaava Watson doing a whole lot of stuff in the background… Chris Graham was very helpful in getting that going and of course all the staff who chipped in with the initial list.”
“It was pretty exciting to see the first list come about and you know as we shortened it last year, we opened it up to the public and the response was HUGE!”
Now in its’ third year, the Original 100 continues to gain traction, gathering nearly 200 votes and counting!
Vote now while there’s still time by clicking VOTE HERE
Tune in from 10AM on the 26th Jan to hear the most voted song for 2020! Hmm… Who could it be?
Listen to the full interview on Let’s Talk here: https://989fm.com.au/podcasts/lets-talk/letstalk-dan-rennie-clay-cassar-daley-lizzie-orley/
Did you miss The Get Rhythm Gingerbread Challenge?
Click below on our Youtube channel and tell us who you think should win?
Join me Marshall THE MILLION DOLLAR VOICE Watego, Tyler THE TRUCKIE, Kodi-Lee THE OUTLAW, Channy THE MUM and Marshall Junior the mini Million dollar voice Watego for the final show of 2019!!!
This week we are joined by Laurie Williams from North Queensland Truck and Machinery Movements for Tyler’s Truckie Talk. Some great banter and a wrap up of 2019.
SEE YOU ON THE ROAD!!!
Dan Rennie speaks to local Brisbane singer/songwriter Emma Bosworth about her new Christmas collaboration with Jackie Marshall, “Christmas At The Hotel Grand.
The biggest wildest Black women moments of 2019. Too deadly my sista Rochelle Jungalungin Pitt joined Chelsea and Angelina for the end of year shouts outs. #ItsTooStrongForYouKaren
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim is joined live in the studio with Station Manager Dan Rennie, Breaky show host Clay Cassar-Daley and Lizzie Orley host of the Murri Hour and DC Radio. We yarn about The Original 100 and what these songs mean our people.
2019-12-19 Let’s Talk live in the studio with Boe Spearim, Lizzie Orley, Clay Cassar-Daley and Dan Rennie.
On this wholesome episode of DC Radio, we celebrate the last show for the year! Join DC Host Lizzie Orley and DC Ambassadors Brenton Bowen, Willie Tonga and Steve Renouf as we look back on the year with smiles, laughter and fun.
The Original 100; ‘Always Was Always Will Be’ is a playlist comprised of music that speak to the perspective of First Nations peoples history and experience. While many people throughout the country will remember those who have gone before us and may take to the streets to voice their solidarity for change, we will broadcast the songs and music that echo those same sentiments.
This playlist aims to ensure that on a day of more 100 countdowns than there appear to be radio stations, there is one that reflects First Nations perspectives. We also invite non–Indigenous people to tune in and listen to the music and songs that articulate our stories of struggle and triumphs. Be part of the conversation #ChangeTheStation.
The Original 100: ‘Always Was Always Will Be’ is being broadcast on Brisbane’s 98.9fm, but can be streamed via www.989fm.com.au or via the 989fm app.
If a picture can speak a thousand words, think of what a film could do – two of them, in fact!
Dewi Wilson and Callan Murray from BIMA Vision have produced two short documentaries as part of NITV’s “Our Stories” series – ‘The Keepers’ and ‘Kaizi’s Traditional Coconut Oil – A Living Legacy’!
Speaking with Lizzie Orley on Monday’s Murri Hour, from 2-3pm, about the documentaries, Dewi and Callan yarned about their journey and the importance of trust when working with other First Nations peoples who have entrusted them with their stories…
“…Our stories is an Indigenous storytelling documentary sort-of program, so I think it is important to have indigenous people – or help to tell other indigenous people’s stories – and to gain that trust and for them to know that you’re not gonna, y’know, screw it up or tell lies or misrepresent what they’re about. When we’re telling their story, we want to do it their way.”
And what better way to do that than with documentaries such as these, by our mob for our mob.
So why not give these a go, pop this on your telly or watchlist to gain insight and get the wholesome feel-good vibes started these holidays!
NITV Tuesday 17th December 7pm
Drawing on traditional medicinal practices passed down from his grandmother, Kaizi Gutchen has been producing premium unrefined coconut oil for over 30 years. Now a thriving small family business, he shares his families story of continuing a cultural legacy and the hopes that it brings for his people and his community.
NITV Wednesday 18th December 7pm
The Ibarra brothers from Indigibee Native Bee Rescue open up their backyards to share the wonderful world of Native bees.
Check out NITV’s Our Stories series here: https://www.sbs.com.au/nitv/our-stories
Listen to Dewi and Callan’s interview with Murri Hour host Lizzie Orley below
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks Dan Kelly, who is a founding member of Australian Lawyers for Remote Aboriginal Rights and leads ALRAR’s legal advocacy work. Since 2016 Dan and ALRAR have been supporting Remote Indigenous communities with legal advice and representation in court.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim and host of Murri Hour and DC radio Lizzie Orley attended Deadly Hearts down on the Gold Coast at Home of The Arts (HOTA). Deadly Hearts is an album to celebrate music, culture & identity, also Iconic songs re-imagined by Australia’s best young Indigenous artists. Boe and Lizzie spoke with Uncle Archie Roach, Steph Tisdell and Kinship Collective.
Wild Black Women Countdown for 2019- Top 10.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Dr Marlene Longbottom a Yuin woman, from Roseby Park mission in (Jerrinja) NSW and is the current Aboriginal Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the Australian Health Services Research Institute at the University of Wollongong. On the show we talk about the shared colonial history we have with native people of Hawaii, we also talk about Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Woman in Australia.
“On this episode of Deadly Choices, DC Host Lizzie Orley and IUIH Dietitian Doris Yung delve into tips and tricks on eating healthy during the summer holidays, plus Uncle Dusty the Snr Indigenous Games Coordinator jumps in the studio to yarn about the IUIH Shield at Willawong on 13th December… That’ll be a deadly Black Friday!”
Dan catches up with Byron Bay family band The Buckley’s about their rise in country music and listens to their new single “I’m Comin’ For Ya.”
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Belinda Lowe Head of Strategic Communication from Grata Fund and First Nations woman Annie Young a Santa Teresa community leader. We talk about the Housing Test Case in the NT Supreme Court today the 11th of the December, which would set unprecedented legal standards for remote Communities.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Kooma man and NIRS News Director Adam Evens, he also speaks with Luke Pearson who is a Gamilaroi man and founded @IndigenousX in 2012. We talk about the importance of First Nations media and some current stories they are running.
Join Shaun as he celebrates the years top releases. Tracks from Rick Estrin & The Nightcats, Sugaray Rayford, Annika Chambers, Ash Grunwald and plenty more.
Tune in this week for some great banter and Tyler’s Truckie Torque. This week’s special guest is Ryan Callen from Watego And Sons Transport. We also have our Off the Wall segment featuring uncle Jimmy Little.
SEE YOU ON THE ROAD!!!!
Wild Black Women’s end of year special is here! The 2019 Men Behaving Badly show is on two parts. Tune into Part 1 here.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy celebrate the silly season with a Xmas themed episode of the show. Happy holidays!
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Alison Whittaker, who is a Gomeroi poet and law scholar, She is a Research Fellow at the Jumbunna Institute. We chat about Deaths In Custody and Alison’s master’s long paper like a thesis but much shorter, Alison reviewed 134 deaths.
This episode of Let’s Talk is Converge Part 3, Boe Spearim travelled to Alice Springs for the 2019 Converge conference host by First Nations Media Australia. Boe speaks with Bernard Namok, Stephanie Stone and Melinda Hooper.
This episode of Let’s Talk is Converge Part 2, Boe Spearim travelled to Alice Springs for the 2019 Converge conference host by First Nations Media Australia. Boe speaks with James Saunders from IndigenousX, Lola Forester from Koori Radio and Damien Williams from CAAMA Radio.
Join Shaun as he previews the albums nominated in the Blues categories at the 2020 Grammy Awards.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim travelled to Alice Springs for the 2019 Converge conference host by First Nations Media Australia. Boe speaks with Jennifer Nixon Assistant Manager of First Nations Media Australia, Ian Hamm Yorta Yorta man and new President of CBF and my last guest on the show is Karl Hampton CEO of CAAMA Radio.
98.9FM understands this time of year isn’t easy for everyone, especially for those living in poverty.
The good news is there are ways to share the joy and help struggling families put food on the table and breathe easier, like the gift of giving.
That’s why Aunty Jean, a deadly woman with a big heart, has been yarning with about her Christmas appeal, as she’s seen what poverty looks like first hand
Actually – the Christmas appeal’s not really hers, according to Aunty Jean…
“Well I like to think it’s not only me, I like to acknowledge other people who have been and are still involved in this area. There’s a lot of folk, including non-Aboriginal people, all journeying with us in this area and I’d like to think we have been trying to work together to be able to help families at this time of the year…”
Dedicating approximately 30 years of her life to the Christmas appeal and supporting struggling families across Queensland, Aunty Jean recognises the real issue of poverty and sees the need for all Australians to come together to build a better Australia.
Learn more and listen to Aunty Jean yarn with Jamie Dunn (Breakfast Show) about the ins and outs of the 98.9FM Christmas appeal and Aunty Jean work in community. At the Murri School on Friday 29th November, 2019.
2019-11-28 Interview with Kaava Watson, Aunty Jean and Ravina Waldron.
2019-10 Interview with Jamie Dunn and Aunty Jean.
This week on the show, Jen and Paddy revisit the theme of pedal steel and play a selection of Australian artists that feature the instrument. Paddy and Jen also air a chat with singer-songwriter Jason Walker recorded live at the Dashville Skyline Festival.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Aunty Dot West the Chair of First Nations Media Australia and Jacinta Barbour who is the Events and Member Services Officer for First Nations Media Australia. From the 28th & 29th of November in Alice Springs First Nations companies and outlets will be in Alice Springs for the First Nations Media Australia conference “Converge”.
On this episode of DC Radio, SEQ Manager for Deadly Choices SEQ Manager Peter Stoddard joins Lizzie Orley in-studio, along with DC Ambassador Petero Civoniceva on the line! We look back on the year of “Deadly Choices”, the most recent Touch Tournament and Petero tells us all about the upcoming Little Deadlies Day 30th November in Rocky!
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Philip Marrii the National Campaign & Organising Manager at Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network. We yarn about the recent news of Origin Energy fracking the NT, also the upcoming Queensland Protect Country Summit where Seed brings together young First Nations people together in Qld.
Join Shaun for a spectacular show featuring Geoff Achison’s UK Souldiggers 20th Anniversary Sessions.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks Alwyn Doolan also known as the Message Stick Walker who walked 9,000km and lobbied for three months in Canberra. Alwyn talks about the next journey he wants to take people on called “Nation Dance” a gathering of Aboriginal people in their local communities taking apart in Traditional Dancing happening 1st of December at noon.
Join me Marshall, The Million Dollar 💵 Voice Watego as I play all your requests. Also my usual cheeky banter and Birthday shout outs!!!
See you on the road!!!!
Wild Black Women Chelsea and Angelina catch up with Paola and two mystery sisters to discuss Dating While Black.
This week on the show, Jen and Paddy discuss the state of the Americana / Alt-Country scene in Australia. They chat with music journalist Chris Familton and play a selection of current Australian bands in the genre.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Kai Clancy about Transgender Day of Remembrance and Adam Sharah about LGBTIQ Health.
Check out this episode of DC Radio with host Lizzie Orley and guests Nathan Appo (DC Business Development) and Nelson Daugalis (Exercise Physiologist) – we’ll catch you up on where we’re at for Movember and Nelson’s role within the Work It Out Program.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks to Biripai men and Goori journalist Jack Latimore who is the senior digital editor for online news at NITV. We talk about NITV’s reporting on the recent Death In Custody of a young Aboriginal Man, the solidarity actions that took place all around the country and the support from Black Eye Peas International Hip-Hop Group.
In this episode of Let’s Talk Boe Spearim speaks with Arrernte/Luritja woman and the CEO of First Nations Media Australia Catherine Liddle. We talk about Catherine’s journey in both mainstream and Indigenous media and the importance of First Nation media and the role we play in this country, We also yarn about First Nations Media National Conference Converge happening in Alice Springs from the 27th to the 29th of November.
Join Shaun for new release tracks from Annika Chambers, Ash Grunwald, Bobby Rush, Rick Epstein & The Nightcats.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with three Indigenous women. Genna Shaw Doula & HypnoBirthing Practitioner, Tessa Bobir Doula, placenta Encapsulation Specialist and Child Birth Educator and Vanessa Voigt postpartum, Sensuality Doula and host a podcast called CocoTalk Podcast, We talk about an upcoming event called “Not Another Childbirth Class”.
Felicity Urquhart and the Young Stars of Country Reunion 20 years on.
This morning with Jamie and Clay Felicity Urquhart yarns up her tour with Adam Harvey, Beccy Cole, and Darren Coggan for the Young Stars of Country Reunion 20 years on.
John Marshall the million-dollar 💵 voice and Tyler the truckie for another episode of the Truckinhour as we talk it up with Jace Sims from knights heavy towing.
Also plenty of great banter and Marshall’s off the wall segment.
SEE YOU ON THE ROAD!!!
Another Black Death in Custody in the colony. Chelsea Bond and Angelina Hurley unpack the events of the week.
This week on the show Paddy is joined by special co-host Dan Rennie to celebrate the work of First Nations artists from Australia and beyond. Included is an interview with Chippewa singer/songwriter Leo Rendeau recorded on-site at the Dashville Skyline Festival.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim and BIMA CEO Kaava Watson speak to George Newhouse Australian human rights lawyer. He is the principal solicitor of the National Justice Project, and I also talk with Warlpiri Cultural Artist Otto Junarrayi Sims and First Nations Activist Gavin Walker one of the organisers of the Sydney Kumunjayi Walker rally.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Nick Chesterfield First Nations man and founder of West Papuan Media. Nick has been covering stories from all over Melanesia from West Papua, Bougainville, Vanuatu, Fiji and Papua New Guinea.
On this episode of DC Radio: host Lizzie Orley’s joined by DC Ambassador Steve Renouf and Diabetes Educator Sue Carbone yarn about diabetes stories, myths and how to reduce your risk or better manage for World Diabetes Day. Shené Clemments lets us know what’s up with Deadly Kindies as Little Deadlies Day’s coming up!
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Warlpiri women Rachael Hocking who is a NITV journalist & Co-host of The Point. Rachael updates us on the recent death of a young Aboriginal man in Yuendumu, 300km north-west of Alice Springs. Kumanjayi Walker was shot by Northern Territory police on Saturday the 9th of November.
Charlie Jia from IUIH came in to the 989FM studio to talk to Jamie and Clay this morning yarning about the importance and fun involved in Movember.
Join Shaun as he presents the classic Doug Sahm album “The Last Texas Blues Band”.
The loveable Chris Tamwoy jumped on the line with Lizzie Orley to yarn about his lead single ‘Monkey & Tortol’ (with new album ‘Reality’ to follow early 2020), and the spirit and vitality music has within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and cultures.
Robert Blair shares a word on Remembrance Day.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Uncle Ken Canning Aboriginal Poet, Activist and former inmate at Boggo Road Gaol. Uncle Ken talks about finding poetry in prison, and why it’s essential as Aboriginal people, we should protest the 250th anniversary of Captin Cook.
Join Marshall the million-dollar voice Watego and Tyler the truckie for a schoolies special with special guests Roger Smith on Tyler’s Truckies Torque And Mark Ward from the Mullumbimby truck show. Plus all your favourite truckin tunes!!!
SEE YOU ON THE ROAD!!!!!
‘Celebrity Doco’s’ From Amy Winehouse to Nina Simone the WBW review docos about the rich & famous, infamous & inspirational.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy pay tribute to the late Paul Barrere of ‘Little Feat’. Feats don’t fail me now!
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Ramone Close founder of the Australian Indigenous Football Championships. Now in the second year, the Championships are being held bringing teams from Queensland, Northern Territory and New South Wales for two days of exciting Indigenous Football.
DC Host Lizzie Orley’s joined by Deon Bird, who heads up the MomenTIM program, along with Charlie Jia, IUIH’s Men’s Program Officer and one of the faces of the 2019 Movember campaign!.
Hear Shellie Morris yarn with Lizzie Orley on the Murri Hour about Shellie’s experience and perspective on the days leading up to the closure of the Uluru climb and celebration with a live song in tow!
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Michaela Skuthorpe who is a Ngemba woman from Brewarrina, Michaela was a part of the 2018 Indigenous Marathon Project Squad that ran in the New York City Marathon last year in 2018. Since completing the marathon, she has moved to Canberra, where the Indigenous Marathon Foundation employs her.
989FM staff pay tribute to our long-serving traffic reporter Arthur Page.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Chile Desperto (Woke Up) Brisbane about the recent and continued civil protests throughout Chile in response to a rise in the Santiago Metro’s subway fare, the increased cost of living, privatisation and inequality prevalent in the country.
Join Shaun as he chats with Lloyd Spiegel about his new album and Australian tour. With tracks from the new record and songs from Lloyd’s catalogue.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with a few protesters involved in the Blockade Imarc. The International Mining and Resources Conference is one of the largest gatherings of mining leaders in the world, last week it was meet with protest from local people from Victoria and Aboriginal people from around the country resulting in over 70 arrests and a handful of the protesters taken to hospital. One person with a broken leg from being stomped by a police horse.
Brook Chivell came into the studio to talk about the release of his single ‘Fearless Rider.’ You heard it first on 98.9fm.
Dan Rennie went along to the Movemeber event at Stigma Cuts and caught up with some of the Deadly Choices Team taking part in Movember.
Tune in for another great instalment of THE TRUCKIN’ HOUR!!!
This week I’m joined by Yogi,Amanda,Jack and Lucinda from Kendall Truckin & Co and Outback Truckers fame.
We also have Mork and Sonia from Brisbane Convoy for kids.
Tune in your binungs 👂 will thank me 😉
SEE YOU ON THE ROAD!!!!
The Wild Black Women on Kanye West, Mrs Obama + The Police.
Jamie and Clay chat with the Director of the new SuziQ Documentary Liam Firmager.
This week on the show, Jen and Paddy celebrate Halloween by playing a selection of spooky alt-country/Americana tunes. Boo!
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Program Officer from kuril dhagun Sophia Sambono about the State Library of Queensland exhibition “I heard It On The Radio” a celebration of 25 years of 989fm.
Celebrate the 50th Episode of DC Radio with host Lizzie Orley and guests Anthea Lawson and Maddi Adams from the IUIH Podiatry team in aid of foot health week – with a sly tip for those who like to look flash in heels! PLUS Uncle Dusty Fraser – host of 98.9FM’s Sunday Big Brekky and DC’s Indigenous Snr Games Coordinator jumps in and yarns about the upcoming IUIH Shield on the 13th December, REGISTRATIONS CLOSE 29th NOVEMBER 2019!
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Muruwari and Budjiti man Bruce Shillingsworth, On Monday the 28th of October Bruce was invited on ABC’s Q&A program to talk about the impact of drought on Aboriginal communities.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Frist Nations Executive Producer from QPAC Nadine McDonald-Dowd, we talk about Clancestry – A Celebration of Country which returns to Qpac in late November and early December.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Sammy Leone from The Boss Boxing, 12 months ago Sammy came in to the 989fm studios to talk about his dream of opening his own Boxing gym and why he turned to Boxing now he has the oppitunity to inspire thenext generation of Aboriginal Boxers.
On the Brekky Show this morning the boys get a call from Texas born country music sensation Abby Anderson and she plays Jamie and Clay her brand new single “flowers”.
The wild black women talk about what in the news made them wild this week, from publicists and volunteers to the climbing of Uluru and we hear from the mob what gets them wild on the daily…
This week on the show Jen and Paddy shine the spotlight on Australia’s premiere cosmic country weekender Dashville Skyline! They play a selection of songs from their favourite artists from the 2019 festival and play an interview recorded live at Dashville with Australian singer/songwriter David Garnham.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Uncle Kevin Buzzacott, for over 20 years Uncle Kevin has been involved in the anti-Nuclear movement he is the Honorary Presidents of the Australian Nuclear Alliance.
DC Host Lizzie Orley’s joined by DC Ambassadors Rhonda Purcell (her first time on the show!) and Steve Renouf. Gain insight on IUIH and Deadly Choices as they yarn about experiences, history and growth with the institution to celebrate its 10th year anniversary! Rhonda also shares her story on bodybuilding and raises awareness on getting your susu’s checked for Breast Cancer Awareness month!
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with David Sweeney, who is a prominent Australian anti-nuclear campaigner. He works for the Australian Conservation Foundation and Dwayne Coulthard who is a proud Adnyamathanha and Kokatha man studying Bachelor of Laws at the University of Adelaide and also a co-chair to the Australian Nuclear Free Alliance in South Australia. Both are attending The 2019 Australian Nuclear Free Alliance in South Australia.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Sepik River Indigenous activist Emmanuel Peni from Papua New Guinea, Emmanuel is in Australia to raise awareness about the proposed Frieda River gold-copper mine, which is owned by a Chinese owned-Australian-licensed company.
Join Shaun as he mixes up a show full of the healing power of the Blues. We are featuring Jimmie Vaughan, Dawn Tyler Watson, Sugaray Rayford, Jr Watson and plenty more.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Alastair Nicholson Former Chief Justice of the Family Court of Australia. The Northern Territory Chief Minister and his Government are looking to pass the Burial and Cremation Bill 2019 which would introduce a penalty of $31,000 and a possible two-year prison sentence for burials currently carried out on country outside cemeteries without the permission of bureaucrats in Darwin.
This week Marshall and Tyler speak with Michael from The Badloves, plus Tyler’s Truckie Torque and Of The Wall segments.
Wild Black Women Angelina Hurley and Chelsea Bond have a yarn with Kev and Bob who share their stories of travelling while Blak and Gay in the colony.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy deep dive into the work of New Orleans piano legend Jon Cleary ahead of his Australian tour. They also share an interview with the man himself!.
This episode of Deadly Choices Radio focuses on Murri Carnival and forthcoming Deadly Choices events including next months’ Touch Football Carnival and Seniors Games. Plus we hear about breast screening clinic and women’s yarning circle at Morayfield MATSICHS.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with two Maori activists Tina Ngata and Raihania Tipoki from Aotearoa also known as New Zealand, both who are part of a collective that opposes the 250th anniversary of Captain Cook.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks to Padraic Gibson and Ian Rintoul about protest and demonstration that have changed laws. Ian was a part of the Right to March protest back in the mid-70s when under the then Premier of Qld Bjelke-Petersen.
Join Shaun as he plays some of the outstanding female blues releases with tracks from Mavis Staples, Gracie Curran, Dawn Tyler Watson, Larkin Poe, Billie Williams and plenty more.
Welcome to another week of the Truckin’ hour hosted by Marshall The Million dollar voice and Tyler the truckie! This week we are joined by Laurie Williams and Glen YOGI Kendall for an in-depth Truckies Torque with Dan Hillcoat.
Listen in for some cool tunes and great banter!
SEE YOU ON THE ROAD!!!
Wild Black Women focus on Uluru and bring a special playlist and commentary from Cherisse Buzzacott, Sissy D & KD. Plus Angelina and Chelsea talk about the news that made them wild this week and their Wild Black women nominations. Special shout out to CAAMA Radio for letting us use their studio too.
Deb Mailman joins Elijah to talk about her show Total Control on ABC.
Highlights from Queensland Murri Carnival day 4, 98.9FM Live outside broadcast brought to you by Dan & Karen.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks Aunty Carol Widders committee member from the Newcastle All Blacks Rugby League team, in 2018 NAB took out the New South Wales Aboriginal Rugby League Carnival also known as The Koori Knockout this year they hosted the carnival. We chat about the importance of the carnival to Aboriginal people, how many teams entered this year, and what it was like hosting the carnival.
Also joining Boe live in the studio was Adam Evans from the National Indigenous Radio Service.
On this episode of DC Radio, Rick Bird from the DC Events Team joins Lizzie Orley in the studio! We throwback to the carnival with bonus highlights from DC Ambassador Bo de la Cruz, Brisbane Natives player from the IUIH team Shené Clemments and we yarn about the upcoming touch carnival kickin’ off on Saturday, Nov 23rd!
Steve Hart dropped into the studio this morning for a yarn and a live song, top bloke and great singer.
Join Shaun in remembering Stevie as he spotlights The Vaughan Brothers Family Style album.
This week Dan & Elijah preview the big one, the NRL Grand Final between the Sydney Roosters and Canberra Raiders.
Wild Black Women live from the Qld Murri Carnival catch up with the mob!
This week on the show, Jen and Paddy put the spotlight on pianos, organs and keyed instruments. They play a selection of songs from the Americana/Alt-Country world that tickles the ivories.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Renee Phillips a Torres Strait Island Woman, Renee is a Teacher and a founding member of the National Indigenous Youth Education Coalition (NIYEC), NIYEC are on a national tour hosting workshops called The Education of Our Own Design workshop with young Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people age 18-35 to ask them what changes they want to see in the education system.
Join Lizzie Orley and Nathan Appo on this episode of DC Radio and get in on the action for day 2 of the 2019 Queensland Murri Carnival, happening now up until the 5th of October! We hear from the likes of DC Ambassadors Willie Tonga, Brenton Bowen, Steve Renouf and Brandi Alberts. Deadly sponsor Containers for Change jump in and we also get some behind the scenes goss from ABF QLD Murri Carnival Coordinator Karita Button.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim is joined live in the studio with some brothers from the Northern Territory Scott McDinny, Bradley Farrar and Nicholas Fitzpatrick who are travelling the east coast of Australia on a tour called Power Of Country.
Dan Rennie catches up with Tom & Jeremy from Busby Marou to talk about their latest release “The Great Divide” as well as a live performance of the title track.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Dr Kris Rallah-Baker who is a proud Yuggera/Warangu/Biri-Gubba/Juru man and Shannon Springer Aboriginal and an Australian South Sea Islander from Mackay QLD; we talk about the Australian Indigenous Doctors’ Association Conference in Darwin.
Join Shaun as he chats with Jon Cleary about his upcoming Australian tour and plays tracks from the new album “Dynamite”.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with First Nations musician Uncle kutcha Edwards and Torres Strait Islander John Harvey about Kutcha’s Carpool Koorioke. Uncle Kutcha takes First Nations artist on a journey of Fitzroy they talk about the history of the area and the music they make.
This week Dan and Elijah preview the AFL Grand Final with Ron Rogers, discuss the NRL preliminary finals as well as a yarn with Meg Ward and Ali Brigginshaw from the Brisbane Broncos.
Join me Marshall ‘the million-dollar voice’ Watego, Izaiah ‘the player’Watego
and Dan ‘the man’ Rennie for a huge show packed with your requests and a few of my favourites. We also have our Off the wall song and we are also joined by Jayne Denham for Truckies talk!
SEE YOU ON THE ROAD!!!
Wild Black Women with KD and Mangelina Hurley (aka Steven Oliver) talk tears, trauma and truth while sis Angelina is away.
This week on the show, Jen and Paddy once again play a selection of songs from women only. It is a celebration of all the amazing women in Americana and Alt/Country.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with a few people Uncle Vince Coulthard Umeewarra Media in South Australia, Naomi Moran from the Koori Mail and Adam Evans from the National Indigenous Radio Service (NIRS) we chat about the 20th Remote Indigenous Media Festival, which is from 22nd to the 27th of September.
Catch up on this episode of DC Radio where Lizzie yarns with Brad Beetson from the Arthur Beetson Foundation, Millie Phillips the Manager for the Early Childhood Unit at IUIH AND Meg Ward and Ali Brigginshaw from the Bronco’s Women’s team about the QLD Murri Carnival on NEXT WEEK (from the 1st – 5th of October, Southpine Sports Complex, Brendale)!
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Lizzie Orley host of the Murri Hour and DC radio. We talk about the Murri Hour show and the upcoming Indigenous comic-con event in Melbourne.
Australia’s own Environmental Cowboy talks to Jamie and Clay on the 989FM Brekky Show. LISTEN TO THIS, A MUST LISTEN TO!!!!!!
This morning on 989fm Jamie and Clay Talk to the first indigenous AFL play-by-play caller on commercial Radio, its the great Tony Armstrong.
Elijah and Dan catch up with the undefeated Brisbane Broncos stars Ali Brigginshaw and Meg Ward ahead of their clash with the Warriors this weekend at the SCG.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks to Danny TeeJay Johnson who is a Video Journalist & TV Programme Producer at NITV. We talk about the 20th Remote Indigenous Media Festival, which is from 22nd to the 27th of September.
Phil Wiggins feature- Join Shaun as he chats with Phil Wiggins about touring Australia with Dom Turner and his career as part of celebrated duo Cephas & Wiggins.
Chay! If you have a love of food, then is this yarn for you! The deadly Kelly, founder of the Facebook group “My Murri Kitchen”, joined Lizzie on the Murri Hour to yarn about the good things stemming from this great group! My Murri Kitchen started in March 2019 and has gained traction with over 6000 members to date! It’s a safe space for both mob and the wider community online to share recipes and tips, with the bonus of fun and all learning about each other along the way!
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Calla Wahlquist who is a reporter for Guardian Australia. We talk about Calla’s work on reporting on deaths in custody, and we also talk about the Deaths Inside database that has tracked every known Indigenous Death in Custody in Australia from 2008 to 2019 which alongside others Calla has put together.
This morning on the Brekky Show Jamie and Clay yarn with Lyndon Davis as he talks all things Booin Gari Festival. A festival with indigenous music, dance, storytelling, art and craft on the banks of the Noosa River.
Tariana talks to Toby Keith about his career and his upcoming greatest hits album “The Show Dog Years” which is released October 25.
Join Dan Rennie for 989FM’s Top 5 of the week. Counting down the top 5 most played tracks from the biggest artists in the world and from right here in our own backyard, so tune in, kick back and crack it up, it’s the TOP 5 of the week every Friday night, right here on 98.9fm for the best country.
Join Marshall “The Million Dollar Voice” aka One take Watego for the Truckin’ Hour podcast, uploaded every Friday. With the best Truckin’ Music, tales from the road and some very special guests get on board the Truckin’ Hour, thanks to Seats R Us and Watego & Sons Transport. See you on the road!
It’s Wild Black Women vs Truckin’ Hour & Brekky Show. It’s sister against brother & host against host with Angelina and Chelsea debating Jamie Dunn and Marshall Watego on “is country music crap? (with wild card Clay in the corner).
Country superstar calls in to chat to Elijah on Drive, and the pair discuss the new wave of country plus Toby’s 3rd greatest hits album today, ‘The Show Dog Years’
This week on the show, Jen and Paddy play a selection of songs from the Man in Black, Mr Johnny Cash.
Dan & Elijah discuss the finals in NRL and AFL.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with John Harvey, Gadrian Hoosan, Jason De Santolo and Scott McDinny about Warburdar Bununu / Water Shield, a film that talks about water contamination and a young leaders journey to get answers.
On this episode of DC Radio – Lizzie jumps in the studio with the fulla’s from the DC Camps and Events Team, that’s Rick Bird and Kenny Hill, as well as Ambassador Steve Renouf! Listen in to get in the know about the upcoming Leadership Camp, Murri Carnival and a review of recent Broncos games including both the men’s and women’s team!
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with two Gamilaraay land defenders Aunty Dolly Talbott & Nathan Leslie. Both Aunty Dolly and Nathan talk about the importance of protecting country.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks to Biripai men and Goori journalist Jack Latimore who is the senior digital editor for online news at NITV & columnist for the Guardian. On the show, we talk about First Nations youth, Language and the Victorian treaty process and Djab Wurrung sacred trees.
Join Shaun for another music-heavy show as he focuses on some of the artists touring and set to tour the country. We are featuring Jon Cleary, Phil Wiggins and Dom Turner, Lloyd Spiegel, Ash Grunwald and Christone Ingram.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Remi Kanazi a Palestinian-American performance poet, writer and organiser based in New York City, last month Boe caught up with Remi at a Palestinian event in Brisbane. We talk about the Palestinian struggle, his poetry.
This week on the Truckin’ Hour join Marshall and Tyler to listen to the best music for Trucking and get a taste of their brand new segment Tyler’s Truckie Torque where they interview the hilarious Chris Jordan, a long-time friend and Trucking buddy of Marshall. You don’t want to miss it, see ya on the road!
Featuring KD and traditional owner brother Shannon Ruska, this week the WBW gives the rundown on Jacinta Price’s Mind The Gap Speaking Tour.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy play a selection of Alt-Country/Americana tunes with a swampy swagger. They also chat with Australian singer/songwriter Kristen Lee Morris.
Elijah speaks with Casey ahead of his new single release. The pair talk about Casey’s musical journey and the success of his previous album while touching on ‘R U OKAY DAY’.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Pas Forgione from (ACOSS) Australian Council of Social Service, and he is the coordinator for the campaign ‘Raise the Rate’. We chat about the Basics Card, the Cashless welfare Card, Raise The Rate Campaign and Drug Testing Welfare Recipients.
This week on Deadly Choices Radio, Karen Dorante yarns with Deanne Horton, Uncle Marshall Saunders and Uncle Billy Gorham who make up the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health’s deadly Aged care team. We also recap the Deadly Choices Indigenous Senior Games initiative as finals fever build for North vs South match this Friday at Strathpine Community Centre.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim chats with Uncle Norm Clarke first permanent firefighter in Queensland and Oliver Costello from Firesticks Alliance Indigenous Corporation. We talk about the bushfires in south-east Qld and NSW and how using traditional methods of backburning can prevent bushfire as we see now.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim catches up with 989fm Station manager Dan Rennie, we chat about bushfires, movie tickets and Dan meeting uncle jack Charles.
Join Shaun for a celebration of the music of pioneering Blues singer and songwriter Jimmy Reed.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Jade Harper Indigenous Music Export Coordinator from Manitoba Music and Native Hip-Hop crew Snotty Nose Rez Kids we spoke about Big Sound and the Importance of Indigenous Music.
Join Marshall Watego for the Truckin’ Hour each and every Friday from 2 pm for the best Truckin music around. This week Marshall is joined in studio with Tyler the Trainee from 98.9FM.
This week the Wild Black Women get wild with two Black Queens of the theatre Lisa Maza and Roxanne McDonald.
This week on the show, Jen and Paddy play a selection of Alt-Country/Americana tunes from Brisbane based or raised artists. They also chat with Australian singer/songwriter Chris Pickering.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Sara El Sayed, an Egyptian-born writer and student based in Brisbane. Sara El Sayed contributed a piece to the Growing Up African in Australia anthology, in which she explored ideas of brown-ness, in relation to black-ness and white-ness.
On this episode of DC Radio, Lizzie is joined by IUIH Psychologists Tabs Basit and Paul Gautam and Social Health Senior Clinician Dr Mat Anderson. September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day, which is all about raising awareness and encouraging conversations around suicide as a public health concern. In respect to this, we yarn about mental health.
In this episode of Let’s Talk Boe Spearim is joined live in the studio by local First Nations Hip-hop artist Mackridge and catches up with Lizzie Orley Murri Hour host, Boe and Lizzie attended Big Sound and caught up with artist and industry people at Big Sound Boe plays interviews with Neil Morris and Paul Gorrie from DRMNGNOW and Rhianna Patrick board member from Qmusic.
In this episode of Let’s Talk Boe Spearim speaks with Indigenous Rights Manager from Amnesty International Tammy Solonec and Che Link who is a volunteer with Amnesty International, we talk about the Queensland Government passing the Youth Justice Amendment Bill.
Join Shaun as he previews the best new releases from around the world. Featuring Rick Estrin & The Nightcats, Annika Chambers, Lloyd Spiegel, Bobby Rush and lots more.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe breaks up the show in two parts the first half of the show Boe play a pre-recorded interview he did with Alethea Beetson last week, Alethea is BIGSOUND First Nations Producer, we talk about who can we expect at this year’s BigSound, the second half of the show Boe speaks with three deadly Frist Nations artist from Canada I talk with Chelsey and Jaaji from Twin Flames who performed live in the Studio for us also we chat with Renee Lamoureux.
Take a step back down memory lane as the girls on Get Rhythm have a chat to the one and only Amy Nelson.
This week the Wild Black Women talk a trip down memory lane with Paul Richards on the power of protest & resistance under the Joh regime in Qld. #BjekleBlues
This week on the show, Jen and Paddy play a selection of Alt-Country/Americana tunes that feature pedal steel. The Pedal Steel Spectacular!
In this episode of Let’s Talk Boe caught up with Sarah Ortegon a First Nations woman from America who for the second time attended the Frontier Days Festival in Far North Queensland as a traditional dancer and to share her culture with the local community, I also speak with the festival organiser Alec Dumaji.
On this episode of DC Radio – it’s a battle of the burgers! IUIH Dietitian Will Gold and DC Ambassadors and former league legends Preston Campbell and Steve Renouf are having a cook-off, using recipes provided by the Good Quick Tukka program to see who can make the tastiest burger that’s good for your gut and your budget! Listen here to find out the winner, judged by DC host Lizzie Orley and Drive Show Host Elijah Blair! Ay – too deadly!
In this episode of Let’s Talk Boe is joined in the studio with one of the co-hosts of Wild Black Women Angelina Hurley, Author of Bjelke Blues Edwina Shaw and Lawyer Paul Richards, We talk about what it was like to live under Repression of Joh Bjelke-Petersen.
On this episode of Let’s Talk Boe yarns with the Angela Young General Manager and Tiana Lea Events Coordinator both from Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council, We talk about the upcoming statewide Youth Health Summit run by QAIHC.
Buddy Guy month week 4 – Join Shaun for the final show of the month as he features Buddy’s celebrated Live – “The Real Deal” album.
In this episode of Let’s Talk Boe Spearim is joined by Ronny Kareni, a West Papuan musician and activist to discuss West Papua’s freedom movement in light of recent protests and the Indonesian government’s ban on internet access for the province.
“This week on the show Jen and Paddy revisit an old show theme and play a selection of Americana / Alt-Country tunes that explore the subject of rivers. River songs 2!”
On the first half of Let’s Talk this morning Boe chats with Stan Grant about his involvement with The Australian Dream film that showcases the last few playing year of Adam Goodes and the racism he had to deal with, also in the first half of the show Boe catches up with Station manager Dan Rennie I get his thoughts on the film.
The last 10 minutes of the program Boe speaks with Sissy Austin proud Koori woman from Victoria, we talk about the birthing tree on her Djab Wurrung country and the fight to protect them at the moment the Victorian police have issued an eviction notice to the protectors of the trees.
We’ve got a deadly episode this week on Deadly Choices Radio! We’ve got community legends Syl Johns and Roo Frazer – the two-person team from IUIH’s City Referral Service talk about how Roo got his name (super cool) and the issue of homelessness, how they support mob dealing with housing insecurity and how to get in contact! PLUS Tori Cowburn from Good Quick Tukka jumps on the line to talk about the program, cheap and healthy recipe tips and much more!
98.9FM – Highlights reel from Jimbelunga 25 year celebration.
Dan & Kd spoke with the legendary Roger Knox from Jimbelunga 25 year celebration.
Let’s Talk Host Boe chats with Uncle Adrian Burragubba Wangan and Jagalingou man and spokesperson for the Wangan and Jagalingou Traditional Owners Council. From Uncle Adrian’s story, we gain insight into the trials and tribulations of standing for ones land, such as his experience with legal battles with Adani as well as the emotional impact on himself and his family.
Dan & KD spoke to Tina, a resident at Jimbelunga who suffers from a rare condition at their 25-year celebration.
Buddy Guy month The Chess Years- join Shaun for week 3 of Buddy Guy month as he shines the spotlight on Buddy’s years at Chess Records.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Dwayne Coulthard First Nations Man from South Australia and a community organiser with Original Power & co-chair of ANFA (Australian Nuclear Free Alliance), The two organisations Dwayne works with fight to protect his country around the Flinders Ranges area from a nuclear dump site to underground coal gasification.
Hey !! YOU !!! listen to this lovely interview with the great Megan Cooper with Jamie and Clay.
Angelina Hurley and Chelsea Bond have a yarn with CJay from CJay’s Vines and a sista administering a popular Facebook page about the pitfalls of social media and the digital word.
Hey wow, Its James Murdoch from the Dungarees chatting to Jamie and Clay about their gig at the one and only Gympie Muster.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy play a selection of Americana / Alt Country tunes that explore the theme of money troubles.
What is cultural awareness? Angelina Hurley and co-host Greg Kitson are joined by cultural consultant Tom Kirk and Let’s Talk host, Boe Spearim in this final episode of the Cultural Protocols Show.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Gomeroi and 2018 First Nations Media & Human Rights Award-winning journalist Madeline Hayman-Reber, We yarn about how Madeline got started in media and her journey to becoming a respected Journalist, we also talk about the importance of Aboriginal Media and the role it plays in this country.
On this episode of DC radio, we’re getting in the know about Medicine Wise Week, with tips from Lucky Zeniou (IUIH Pharmacist), news from Nathan Appo (DC Business Development Team) on an exciting new partnership with Cricket Victoria and Karita Button (ABF Carnival Coordinator) shares her personal story and brings us news on the upcoming QLD Murri Carnival! Too deadly!
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Meriki Onus, Recently Meriki visited Geneva addressing the UN Human Rights Commission regarding the high number of Aboriginal children being taken away from family and communty, the abuse of Aboriginal women and the unjust incarceration of Aboriginal people.
On the Brekky this morning Caiti Baker called in for a chat with the boys about her and her gig at the Gympie Muster.
Dan Horne joined Jamie and Clay on the Brekky Show this morning. Dan is playing the Gympie Muster 2019
Buddy Guy week 2 – Join Shaun as he continues his celebration of the work of Buddy Guy with this weeks featured album Damn Right I Got The Blues.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe chats with Dre Ngatokorua a Media Broadcaster from Umeewarra Aboriginal Media Association an Aboriginal Radio Station in Port Augusta.
Lizzie Orley yarns with Ben Thomson, the man behind the “Take Pride Movement”, aiming to empower mob by bridging the gap between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians through fashion! Check it out!
In this episode, Olympian and former politician Nova Peris OAM, joins Wild Black Women to talk about her involvement in the free the Aboriginal flag campaign, her Survivor Australia experience. Plus Chelsea Bond tests Angelina Hurley’s and Nova’s sporting knowledge in a Contender vs Champion quiz.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy play a selection of Americana / Alt Country tunes that are all about women.
Elijah & Dan spoke to Indigenous artist Emma MacNeill about her reaction to The Australian Dream, the documentary about Adam Goodes which had it’s Queensland premiere at the Palace Barracks Cinema and her artwork with the Brisbane Lions gurnseys.
Check out her work on Instagram @charliewanti
How do First Nations people protect their culture from exploitation and misuse and what does cultural maintenance mean?. Angelina Hurley and Greg Kitson yarn with Stephanie Parkin and Tom Kirk about these issues and more.
Let’s Talk this morning is a special recording at the Queensland premiere of The Australian Dream about AFL legend, Adam Goodes. The film showcases the last few years of Adam’s career and his emotional journey he undertook when he decided to leave the game he loved so much. Boe Spearim speaks to gathered guests about the film.
On this episode of DC Radio we welcome recent DC Ambassador Willie Tonga who shares his story and passion for supporting community accompanied by DC Ambassador and league legend Steve Renouf who shares his type 1 diabetes journey. We also hear from Michelyn Gorogo’s heartwarming story – she’s part of the reception team at IUIH and graduated from IUIH’s traineeship program and we also gain insight into the program from Tracy Hill who’s the Coordinator of Training Support at IUIH.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe yarns with Larrakia man and Hip-Hop artist Jimblah about First Sounds a First Nations music collective that brings together many First Nations Artist from around the country.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe chats with Troy Casey and Amanda Hayman from Open House Collective, A retail, gallery, studio & event space.
With Local makers & designers, slow fashion, vintage clothing, aboriginal art & products.
Join Shaun for week 1 of Buddy Guy month with this weeks feature album, the Grammy winning The Blues is Alive and Well.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe chats with Aunty Dawn Daylight, Dewi Wilson and Callan Murray about Lost Daylight, a film that tells the story of Aunty Dawn and her sisters who from a young age works as domestic slave for one of Brisbane’s oldest and most prestigious Private all girls schools.
Wild Black Women – Listen in to find out what made them wild this week, & what their new segments Admin Jenny, Sorry Not Sorry and D**k of the Week are all about.
Catch up on what you missed on Monday’s Murri Hour with Lizzie Orley and Dr Anita Heiss! With Indigenous Literacy Day around the bend, Dr Anita Hiess yarns about the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, Indigenous Literacy Day and the importance of getting books to mob in remote communities.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy play a selection of Americana / Alt Country tunes that drip with soul.
How do you introduce yourself and why is it important amongst First Nations people. Angelina Hurley and Greg Kitson focus communicating with mob, use of language and role of relationships and the cultural protocols around them. Guests include Tom Kirk and Grant Paulson.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe chats with Michael Connolly and Laura Thompson about the “Free The Flag” Campaign both Michael and Laura have been in Canberra this week and joined by Nova Peris who have been visiting politicians seeking advice about how they can free the Aboriginal flag from an non-Aboriginal company.
Joining DC Radio Host Lizzie Orley are NRL Greats and DC Ambassadors Petero Civoniceva and Brenton Bowen, as well as DC Ambassador and rising triathletes star Brandi Alberts (with a few awards up her sleeve at 22, including Indigenous Sportsperson of the Year). We also catch up on the Rabbitohs Launch and All Stars Invitation Launch, along with hearing from your favourite players and other awesome Deadly Choices Ambassadors.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe chats with George Newhouse Director at the National Justice Project and facilitator and founder of the CopWatch workshops which is an education program and app for the Australian Aboriginal Community to help improve engagement, trust and accountability between police and Aboriginal people.
Listen to Jamie and Clay try to wrangle John from Hayseed Dixie. They talk all things Bluegrass, Rock and their upcoming gig at the Gympie Muster.
This Morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks to Native Hawaiian protector/activist Malia Hulleman who has been fighting against (TMT) The Thirty Meter Telescope that East Asian Observatory want to built on top of Mauna Kea which is a sacred place for native Hawaiians.
Join Shaun as he celebrates Buddy Guys 83rd birthday by featuring Buddy’s Sweet Tea album.
Following on from the story of Uncle Joe Geia‘s song Yil Lull, which has been sung for the past 4 years at Junction Park State School assemblies after the national anthem, Lizzie Orley catches up with parents Ruth and Phil from the school and band Junction Park Parentals to yarn about their presentation of Yil Lull to Uncle Joe, how the news has spread and how the song has gained traction in other schools – too deadly!
Check out part one and click “here”!
Today Wild Black Women yarned about latest news, the doco Final Quarter and Survivor.
This morning with Jamie and Clay Pete Cullen played and yarned for Friday live. A great interview. https://www.facebook.com/petecullenmusic/
This week on the show Jen and Paddy play a selection of Americana / Alt Country tunes that celebrate tales and people of historical significance.
Who’s your mob? How do you identify? Aboriginal identity is under the spotlight in this week’s episode of The Cultural Protocols Show. Guests include Dr Chelsea Bond and Aunty Sandra King.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe yarns with Millie Telford National Co-Director at Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network, Seed is Australia’s first Indigenous Youth Climate Network. We are building a movement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people working to make climate justice real for our people.
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Check out this episode of Deadly Choices where 98.9FM’s Lizzie Orley and the team catch up with weightlifter and ambassador Brandon Wakeling on his record-breaking wins, Celia McCarthy who’s the Eye Health Service Manager breaking down all eye-health info while Jul-Eye is still in action, along with Rick Bird from DC Events giving us a heads up on the upcoming DC Touch Tournamet. Also Steve Renouf – DC Ambassador and league legend, jumps in with the team to yarn about the upcoming All Stars Invitational Titans Legends vs Broncos Greats game! Too deadly!
On Let’s talk Boe chats with Zellanach Djab Mara also known as DT is one of the a few who have been camped out on the Djab Wurrung Heritage Protection Embassy for over 13 month. Zellanach and the Embassy have been protecting against the planned destruction of sacred trees that lie among the planned highway upgrade, which sit among a highly sensitive and significant landscape.
On this Murri Hour – We focus on connection to country and culture with deadly First Nations artist showcasing their work in the QPAC tunnel grouped under the title “Unearthed” Here we got 98.9FM’s Boe Spearim Yarning with Dylan Mooney and Kane Brunjes.
On this Murri Hour – We focus on connection to country and culture with deadly First Nations artist showcasing their work in the QPAC tunnel grouped under the title “Unearthed” Here we got 98.9FM’s Boe Spearim Yarning with Rachael Sarra.
On this Murri Hour – We focus on connection to country and culture with deadly First Nations artist showcasing their work in the QPAC tunnel grouped under the title “Unearthed” Here we got 98.9FM’s Boe Spearim Yarning with Warraba Weatherall.
On this Murri Hour – We focus on connection to country and culture with deadly First Nations artist showcasing their work in the QPAC tunnel grouped under the title “Unearthed” Here we got 98.9FM’s Boe Spearim Yarning with Casey Coolwell.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with former Essendon & Port Adelaide AFL player Che Cockatoo-Collins about his reaction of the Adam Goodes Documentary “The Final Quarter”. A film produced and directed by Ian Darling highlighting the last few years of Adam Goodes AFL playing career.
Join Shaun for a Blues With a Feeling 25th birthday celebration featuring the great Hound dog Taylor and the Houserockers.
You might know Uncle Joe Geia’s Yil Lull, which means “to sing” in Kuku Yalanji language from up in North Queensland and it’s also known as the “unofficial Aboriginal Anthem”. Now Joe’s combined the Australian national anthem with Yil Lull to make an “Anthem Combined” – even better? A Brisbane primary school has been singing Joe’s songs in their assemblies to acknowledge and unite all in this country and will present it to him on the 26th of July! Follow the story here on the Murri Hour with host Lizzie Orley and Joe Geia’s yarn!
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Adam Sharah about BLACK RAINBOW INDIGENOUS LGBTQI RoundTable discussions happening on the 24th of July. We talk about bringing our LGBTIQ mob home with Black Rainbow an Aboriginal & TSI LGBTIQ Suicide Prevention.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy play a selection of Americana / Alt Country tunes that they both have been really getting into. No rules, no theme, just bangers! A real mixed bag.
When does someone became an Elder? This week on The Cultural Protocols Show, Angelina Hurley and Greg Kitson are joined by cultural awareness trainer, Tom Kirk to yarn about what makes an Elder.
On Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Haley McQuire Co-Founder and National Coordinator from National Indigenous Youth Education Coalition, We talk about “Education of Our Own Design Project” a series of youth-led workshops focused on highlighting the education experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth.
DC Radio keeps bringin you the deadliness – with host Lizzie Orley and guests Petero Civoniceva one of the DC Ambassadors and former league legend, Luke Dumas from the DC Program and Development Team, Ricki Bird from the DC Events team. On this episode you’ll find good ol’ Origin banter, catch-ups on past events, updates for what’s coming up as well as what Deadly Choices are doing in schools and community to improve our mob’s quality of life! PLUS Elder and IUIH’s Aged Care System Navigator, Uncle Marshall Saunders, joins us on the line to share his empowering health story in aid of July being the Eye Foundation’s Eye Health Awareness Month – aka “Jul-Eye”!
Ghenoa Gela joins Lizzie Orley for the Murri Hour to yarn about her latest production “My Urrwai” that’s just landed in Bris! Get in the know and join in on this deadly chat around the show, the meaning of Urrwai (seeing as it’s the year of International Indigenous Languages), Ghenoa’s music taste, background and the importance of Blak theatre, music and entertainment.
Jamie and Clay talk to Shaun from the Gympie NAIDOC Family Funday Celebrations, Friday the 19th of July,9.30am-2.00pm, The Pavilion, Gympie Showgrounds, Exhibition Rd Gympie. Come get involved!
On the Brekky Show this morning Jamie and Clay have a good old fashioned yarn with the one and only Beccy Cole about her gig at the 2019 Groundwater festival, Gold Coast, 26th-28th July.
Join Shaun as he revisits this classic album from revered Brisbane band Blind Dog & The Reverend.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe chats with Dr Gary Foley veteran Aboriginal Activist and historian from Victoria University, over the last 50 years Dr Foley has been collecting The Aboriginal History Archive (AHA) comprises thousands of rare photos, videos, campaign ephemera, press clippings, and manuscripts that document the country’s Black Power and self-determination movements, and other key events.
Tariana chats to Drew McAlister about groundwater and all things new music.
Live from Musgrave Park, the Wild Black Women give you the full run down of the week in the park, on the street and on that red carpet.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy play a selection of Americana / Alt Country tunes influenced by Mexican culture and flavour. Vamonos!
In this episode of The Cultural Protocols Show, Angelina and Greg revisit cultural protocols around Welcome to Country and Acknowledgement of Country.
Joining Lizzie on this episode of DC Radio are guests Nathan Appo – Deadly Business Development Officer, SE QLD Manager Peter Stoddart and Rick Bird from the DC Events team! They cover thoughts on Origin 3 (the decider!), Deadly Maroons health check campaign, throwback to the Jr Murri Carnival and Jr Murri Netball Carnival – PLUS bonus yarns with Rugby League Legend and DC Ambassador Steve Renouf and Jemma Mi Mi from the Queensland Firebirds!
Lizzie yarns with deadly singer/songwriter Shellie Morris who has a passion for community and supporting mob from the ground up. They chat about her latest work in community involving her collaboration with the Inala Wangarra Elders supporting them on their album “Singing Our Songlines”. Lizzie also asks Shellie what NAIDOC Week means to her and her thoughts on the theme “Voice. Treaty. Truth. “.
On Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Unionist and proud Aboriginal woman Lara Watson, we yarn about NAIDOC week this years theme and the work Lara does with First Nations Workers Alliance.
Join Shaun as he chats with Dave Gonzalez and plays tracks from the bands catalog of releases.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Rachael Hocking co-host of NITV’s ‘The Point’, we talk about NAIDOC week and what does this week mean to her and whats her thoughts on this years theme.
Tariana speaks to Adam Eckersley about Groundwater and Family.
Tari spoke too Kirsty Lee Akers today about Gympie Muster and all things music. Did you know she has a music school?
Wild Black Women bring you a special show this week with deadly guests Professor Fiona Foley and Twitter Blackfulla Anton Schirripa talking Logies, conferences and NAIDOC.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy play a selection of Americana/Alt country tracks form Canadian artists. They also have a chat with Tracey McNeil and Dan Parsons ahead of their upcoming Canadian tour.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Indie Clarke & Cienan Muir both from the Koorie Youth Council a youth body from Victoria. Indie and Cienan both presented at the 2019 AIATSIS National Indigenous Research Conference.
Catch up on the Jr Murri Carnival with Lizzie Orley, co-hosted by DC Ambassador and rugby league legend Preston Campbell! On this episode the Deadly Kindies Program Manager Millie Phillips gets us in the know on their program and DC Ambassadors Moses Sorovi and Duncan Paia’aua from the QLD Reds tell us what’s in store for them and the team! Get excited!
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks Professor Kiera L. Ladner who is first nations from Canada, we talk about treaties in Canada and her work in supporting First nations people in Australia with treaty/treaties.
Join Shaun for a music packed show as he chats with the bands Dave Gonzalez ahead of their Australian visit in August.
Catch up on the first day of the massive Jr Murri Carnival event, run by Deadly Choices (1st – 3rd July)! Listen to hosts Lizzie Orley and Boe Spearim broadcast live from the grounds, plus yarns with DC Ambassadors Steve Renouf and Moses Sorovi, community members, workers and the like!
Tariana chats to Don Mescall, a musician from Ireland. You heard him first on 98.9fm for the best country.
The deadliest game of Blak TV Trivia Quiz with brotha Meyen Wyatt & sista Shari Sebbens on #WildBlackWomen. Who won? Listen in here.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy hit their 100th episode. To celebrate they play a selection of their favorite Americana /Alt Country bangers.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Stephanie Parkin from the Quandamooka People of North Stradbroke Island, also known as Minjerribah, Stephaine is a co-chair of the Indigenous Art Code. This week in the Federal Court Birubi Art was handed a $2.3 million penalty by breaching Australian consumer laws by misleading customers.
On this episode of DC Radio, Lizzie Orley is joined by Nathan Appo (Healthy Lifestyles Officer/DC Business Development Manager) Dusty Fraser (DC Co-ordinator) and Petero Civoniceva (DC Ambassador) – we yarn origin, the upcoming Seniors Games and Junior Murri Carnival. Listen in to catch up, keep in the loop and for more on how you can get involved!
On Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Rodney Kelly a Dharawal and Yuin man from New South Wales, over the last few years Rodney has been visiting museums in England, Sweden and Germany to talk with officials from these museums to discuss the return of Artifacts that was taken from Botney Bay in NSW in 1770 by Captain Cook and his crew.
Join Shaun for a classic album special featuring Buddy Guy and Junior Wells Alone & Acoustic.
On let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with musician Uncle Joe Geia, we yarn about his life and of course he’s deadly music we had such a good yarn we had to make two shows.
Brad Butcher joined Dan & KD on the Drive Show for a yarn and to play some new songs off his album Travelling Salesman.
On let’s Talk this morning it is part 2 of Boe’s yarn with musician Uncle Joe Geia, They yarn about his life and of course his deadly music.
Tariana speaks to Hayley Jensen all about Groundwater.
A while back Tariana and Dilany chatted with Luke O’Shea. Click here to see what he has been up to.
Today sistas Lisa Whop & Chelsea joined in from Darwin for a deadly yarn with Angelina & Karen Dorante.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy play a selection of Americana / Alt-County songs that have been used on the big screen (plus some small screen tunes too).
This Morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Adam Evens from National Indigenous Radio Service (NIRS) we happen to share the same building, Adam telling us about some of the big stories in Aboriginal media at the moment like a non – Indigenous organisation having the worldwide rights to the Aboriginal flag, Latrell Mitchell being dropped for the NSW state of origin team.
Dan and Karen have a yarn with the multi-talented Paddy McHugh on how he finds inspiration and time for song writing, touring and finding balance between family life and working.
Tariana and Dan spoke to Jessica Emily Odges for The Drive Show and the interview was replayed on Get Rhythm.
Catch up on this episode of Deadly Choices with DC Host Lizzie Orley, Brandon Wakeling – Olympic Weightlifter and DC Ambassador, Brenton Bowen – former Cowboys player and DC Ambassador, and Dave McLaughlin, who’s managing the new DC Fit Program! We welcome Brenton in his new role as a DC Ambassador, gain insight into Brenton and Brandon’s careers, stories and journey and we delve into the new DC Fit Program with Dave!
Dan Rennie caught up with local artist Taylor Moss who’s back with a new single and performs live in studio.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Redfern Legal Centre Solicitor Sam Lee, We talk about the strip search laws in NSW and around the country On June the 4th Redfern Legal Centre and representatives from over 50 legal organisation, including prominent members of the legal profession have signed an open letter to NSW Police Minister outlining the harmful Impacts of strip searches.
Dan Rennie speaks with Nashville based Brisbane sister band Dozzi.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe was joined live in the studio by Yolonda Adams Director of health Services at the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service in Brisbane and Nicole Bowser who is the Health Programs Manager from South West Aboriginal Medical Service in Bunbury western Australia which was established 20 years ago. Nicole is over here visiting the ATSICHS in Brisbane SWAMS is looking at expanding their regional network across Noongar country.
Fresh from her appearance on The Voice, Dan Rennie caught up with Brisbane country singer/songwriter Kimberley Bowden and she performs her new song “Can’t Stop Living It” live in the studio.
Join Shaun for a show packed to the hilt with new releases. Featuring Sugaray Rayford, Mavis Staples, Jimmie Vaughan, The Teskey Brothers, Nancy Wright and plenty more.
This morning on Let’s Talk boe speaks with Ronny Kareni the Pacific representative for the United Liberation for West Papua (ULMWP), Ronny shared with us the struggle and history of West Papuan people and their fight for freedom. Since 1963 after a year of transitional rule the United Nations powers was transferred to the republic of Indonesia. In the 1969 referendum now known as the “Act Of Free Choice” it was noted by the United Nations General assembly that the result of the “Act of Free Choice” was not democratically represented of the people of West Papua.
Dan and Elijah discuss highlights from Toronto Raptors NBA win against Golden State Warriors and the week ahead in rugby league.
Today Wild Black Women Angelina Hurley and Chelsea Bond tackle the tricky issue of critique vs lateral violence and share some tips from deadly Black sistas on self-care.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy play a selection of Americana / Alt-County songs by artists living in and working out of Nashville Tennessee.
On this episode of DC Radio, DC host Lizzie Orley’s joined by Queensland Reds players Duncan Paia’aua and Moses Sorovi plus Deadly Choices Ambassador and rugby league legend Steve Renouf! Catch up with what the mob up are up to and how you can get involved in deadly choices programs and events!
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Maysoon Elnigoumi and Osama Yousif both are Sudanese Activist from the Sudanese Revolution Solidarity Group in Sydney. Both Maysoon and Osama update us on the revolution happening in Sudan which is located in Northeast Africa, since December 2018 Sudanese political groups and community members have joined together to fight for a Civilian administration standing in the way of a Civilian administration is the Transitional Military Council who was giving the power after the former long-time President Omar al-Bashir was ousted in April.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Sianna Catullo Nurungga Woman and Chief Creative Officer and Sarah Sheridan Director of Operations from Spark Health and Clothing TheGap. Both Sianna and Sarah have been in the media over the last few days after being sent a cease and desist letter by Queensland-based WAM Clothing over its use of the Aboriginal flag in its clothing designs. To get behind the cause sign the petition.
Join Shaun as he remembers the musical life and legacy of Dr John.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Jason De Santolo based in Sydney and Gadrian Hoosan who are both from the community of Borroloola in the NT, Tonight the 10th of June is the opening night of a film that both men have been involved in Jason being the director called WARBURDAR BUNUNU: WATER SHIELD which is about heavy metal pollution, which has made the community’s water unfit to drink, fish or swim in.
Tariana talks to Nicole Adams about marriage and CMC.
This week the fellas discuss the big talking points out of State of Origin game one.
Wild Black Women take on NSW supporter NITV’s Danny Teece Johnson.
Hey look out, Black State of Origin Battles.
This week on the show Paddy McHugh is joined by special guest co-host Cameron Milford and together they play a selection of Americana Alt-County songs that contain the names of women in the title.
On this episode of Deadly Choices Radio, Host Lizzie Orley catches up with Patrick Johnson on DC Events such as the Long Walk and World No Tobacco Day, plus we hear from Hawthorn Hawkes player Jarman Impey and David Fifita!
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Gamilaraay men and founder of IndigenousX Luke Pearson. Luke was the Orator for the Mabo Oration head on the Monday the 3rd of June at Qpac in Brisbane.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Vonda Malone who is the Mayor of the Torres Shire Council. Vonda is in Brisbane attending the First Nations Climate Summit as part of first ever Climate Week, Vonda spoke to the issues of rising sea levels and heavy weather conditions which make it very difficult for local people to travel to and from islands or get supplies dropped off, another thing she mentioned is her people becoming the first ever climate refugees.
Join Shaun for a music packed show as he celebrates the legacy of the pioneer of the electric guitar T-Bone Walker
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Aunty Leann Wilson who is one of the organisers and First Nations leaders of the First Nations Climate Summit apart of the first ever Climate Week in Qld. We spoke of the importance of our mob being at the table for the discussion of climate change.
Highlights from 98.9FM Outside broadcast of the Long Walk in Brisbane. This year Deadly Choices partnered with The Long Walk, AFL Queensland and Brisbane Lions to honour AFL Essendon legend, Michael Long. In 2004 the former Essendon Bomber walked from Melbourne to Canberra to take a stand against racial abuse and to put Indigenous people back on the national political agenda. The Long Walk was replicated over the weekend with hundreds walking from Southbank to the Gabba on Saturday.
Image: Deadly Choices Ambassador Patrick Johnson with a couple of participants of the Long Walk.
Grounded in Truth:Wild Black Women give their Reconciliation Run Down.
To honour Reconciliation Week this special episode of Three Chords & The Truth is focused on First Nations artists. Paddy McHugh is joined by special co-host Dan Rennie to play a selection of Alt Country and Americana songs written and performed by the mob.
On this episode of DC Radio, Lizzie Orley yarns with Deadly Choices SEQ Manager Peter Stoddart about World Tobacco Day, great tips on quitting and how Deadly Choices are aiming to tackle smoking in our mob and communities! We also hear all about The Long Walk from the deadly and passionate Nova Peris, former Olympic gold medallist, Australian of the year and politician!
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Aunty Jennifer Clayton from Western Australia, on the program we talk about Aunty Jennifer’s granddaughter Cherdeena Wynne who died after falling unconscious in police custody in April of this year. This isn’t the first time Aunty Jennifer has dealt with the death of a family member who died in the custody of police, her son over 20 years ago died in Albany who is the father of Cherdeena both sadly passed away at 26.
Murri School work experience student, Aaliyah and Dilany Bayles background the purpose of National Reconciliation Week.
Join Shaun for a birthday party celebration for the great Taj Mahal with carefully selected tracks from a couple of his classic albums.
Lizzie Orley yarns with one of the most influential artists in First Nations contemporary music, Uncle Joe Geia! Joe jumped in on the Murri Hour and spoke about his upcoming art exhibition “The Land & Sea Cares For Me”, plus some of Brisbane’s Blak history, touching on Black Resource Centre. Artist: Joe Geia website | FB Event info: MIAC Website| FB event
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Sono Leone first nations women who heads up an organisation called Strong Women Talking, Strong Women Talking are a not for profit organisation. We aim to achieve this by educating women and youth and families about forms of abuse and the cycle of violence.
This evening on Get Rhythm, Tari and Dilany had an interview with Cassidy Rae who is touring around the world performing for many big names and they talked about her new single More, out now everywhere!
Tari and Dilany on their show Get Rhythm speak with Cassi Marie who played a song live from her recent album Peaces of My Heart.
Wild Black Women wrap up of federal election results and coverage.
This Morning on Let’s Talk Boe is joined live in the studio by aunty Pat Thompson CEO of Link-Up Qld, we talk about the 35th anniversary of Link-Up Qld which started out as a program in 1984 out of Aboriginal and Islander Child Care Agency (AICCA). Link-Up Qld has played a vital role in reconnecting individuals with Family and Country who have been taken away from Family and Country by previous polices of the Australian Government.
Joining Deadly Choices Radio this week Bo de la Cruz talks about Tough Tiddas, a fitness program for Indigenous women and her performance at the Touch World Cup in Malaysia. Shené Clemments from the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health also pops in to talk about special Deadly Choices Birth Certificate program and upcoming events.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Gamilaraay Grandmother and one of the founders of the Grandmother Against Removal Aunty hazel Collins. Sunday the 26th of May marks the anniversary of “the bringing them home report” which was handed to parliament on May 26th 1997 the Australian Report of the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from Their Families which now is known as the Stolen Generation. Aunty Hazel and others from the Grandmothers Against Removal fight against what they call is the continued Stolen Generation.
Join Shaun as he chats with Chris Cain about family, guitars and the Kings of the Blues, and plays tracks from Chris’ latest record.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Chris Graham who is the publisher and editor of New Matilda and also manages the National Indigenous Radio Service (NIRS), we breakdown the recent federal election.
A very special Wild Black Women episode featuring British rapper and author, Akala with Chelsea, “Mangelina” aka Steven Oliver and Dr David Singh discussing his tour. Plus Angelina and Chelsea round up the events of the week.
On this episode of Three Chords & The Truth Paddy plays a selection of Alt Country and Americana artists who started their musical journey in the punk and rock n roll scenes. Paddy is also joined for a chat with ex punker singer songwriter Ben Leece.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe is joined live in the studio with First Nations men Shaun Lee also known as Halfleg a Freelance artist who was in Brisbane for the recent Brisbane Street Art Festival.
On this Murri Hour, introducing THE Dallas Woods – professional rapper, performer, dancer, MC and overall mad fulla! You may know Dallas from the ABC’s “Move it Mob Style”, but here Lizzie Orley chats with the deadly Noongar rapper about his music (super clever lyrics there), his passion for community and his first solo tour “Confessions of a Liar”! Keep up to date with Dallas on his Facebook Page, photo courtesy of Nellie Harris.
On this episode of DC Radio, we celebrate Mother’s Day by yarning with deadly mums! Including Tara Denaro, deadly nurse from one of IUIH’s Mums and Bubs Centres, who gives us a break-down of their Birthing in Our Community program! Plus Deadly Choices Ambassador and Elite Softballer Janice Blackman, speaking about her experience with DC events, programs and balancing motherhood with work and training.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Tammy Solonec who is a Nigena woman from Western Australia, Tammy is the Indigenous Rights campaigner from Amnesty International. On the program this morning we spoke about the recent 4 corners report titled “The Watch House Files”.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe chats with Wani Le Frere a Melbourne based trans-disciplinary Artist and a proud descendant of the bashi peoples of Walungu (Demoratic Republic of Congo). He uses his artistic abilities to serve as a platform in his commitment to the flourishing of life, telling of the untold, as well as the collective empowerment of those peoples too often marginalized and not often enough celebrated.
Join Shaun for a musical showcase of the winners at the 40th Annual Blues Music Awards in Memphis.