Blues with a Feeling
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
Cultural Protocols Show
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.