Angelina Hurley and Chelsea Bond yarn with sistas Toni Janke and Karen Dorante about relationship red flags plus an exclusive preview of Toni’s new song from her upcoming album.
“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!
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.
Blues with a Feeling
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.