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.
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.
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.
Wild Black Women live from the Qld Murri Carnival catch up with the mob!
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.
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.
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.
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.
Wild Black Women with KD and Mangelina Hurley (aka Steven Oliver) talk tears, trauma and truth while sis Angelina is away.
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.