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.
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.
This week the Wild Black Women get wild with two Black Queens of the theatre Lisa Maza and Roxanne McDonald.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.