On this episode of Deadly Choices Radio, DC Host Lizzie Orley chats men’s health with three fella’s, who wear many hats, and are passionate about bettering quality of life for our mob. Tune in to hear rugby league legends Preston Campbell (Deadly Choices Ambassador and Deon Bird (MomenTIM Workforce Development Officer) and deadly community leader Dennis Rogers (IUIH Community Liaison Officer).
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Kevin Yow Yeh who is Wakka Wakka on his father’s side and South Sea Islander on his mother’s side he openly and proudly gay, Kevin and his partner Bob (another black fella who grew up in Beudesert), have 2 children together. Kevin has a Bachelor of Social Work at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) from 2012-2015 and is now currently working at Youth Advocacy Centre (near Caxton Street) working as a Social Worker/Caseworker for the Bail and Order Support Services (BOSS) program.
Blues with a Feeling
Join Shaun for another blues filled feast as he celebrates Shemekia Copelands birthday with tracks from her extensive recording career.
This week Dan Rennie is joined by guest co-host Dusty Fraser to discuss the NRL as well as an AFL yarn with Andrew Underwood of AFL Indigenous Broadcasting.
Today #WildBlackWomen yarned unwanted opinions i.e. Politicians & Israel Falou, and wanted i.e. shout out to WBW nominations Lorna Munro (Podcast) and Paola Balla (Article).
On this episode of Three Chords & The Truth Paddy and Jen play nothing but selections from the extensive catalog of Mr Americana himself, Jim Lauderdale. They also share a chat with the man himself.
Drive hosts Lizzie and Elijah joined John Williamson on the line to yarn all things Winton Way Out West Fest and discuss “Jacaranda Flowers”, his latest song dedicated those affected by the shooting in New Zealand.
This week on DC Radio Nathan Appo is joined by Allen Christensen, Charlie Cameron, and Cedric Cox from the Brisbane Lions along with, Rugby league legend and Deadly Choices Ambassador, Steve Renouf.
On Let’s Talk This morning Boe speaks with Professor Dorothy Kidd from the University of San Francisco, we talk about Extra-activism: counter-mapping and data justice.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Alwyn Doolan First Nations man who has walk a total of 8 thousand kilometres from the tip of far north Qld in Bamaga to Hobart in Tasmania. We talk about his journey and the communities he has visited and the message they would like for him to take to Canberra to share with politicians.