Wild Black Women take on NSW supporter NITV’s Danny Teece Johnson.
Hey look out, Black State of Origin Battles.
This week on the show Paddy McHugh is joined by special guest co-host Cameron Milford and together they play a selection of Americana Alt-County songs that contain the names of women in the title.
On this episode of Deadly Choices Radio, Host Lizzie Orley catches up with Patrick Johnson on DC Events such as the Long Walk and World No Tobacco Day, plus we hear from Hawthorn Hawkes player Jarman Impey and David Fifita!
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Gamilaraay men and founder of IndigenousX Luke Pearson. Luke was the Orator for the Mabo Oration head on the Monday the 3rd of June at Qpac in Brisbane.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Vonda Malone who is the Mayor of the Torres Shire Council. Vonda is in Brisbane attending the First Nations Climate Summit as part of first ever Climate Week, Vonda spoke to the issues of rising sea levels and heavy weather conditions which make it very difficult for local people to travel to and from islands or get supplies dropped off, another thing she mentioned is her people becoming the first ever climate refugees.
Blues with a Feeling
Join Shaun for a music packed show as he celebrates the legacy of the pioneer of the electric guitar T-Bone Walker
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Aunty Leann Wilson who is one of the organisers and First Nations leaders of the First Nations Climate Summit apart of the first ever Climate Week in Qld. We spoke of the importance of our mob being at the table for the discussion of climate change.
Highlights from 98.9FM Outside broadcast of the Long Walk in Brisbane. This year Deadly Choices partnered with The Long Walk, AFL Queensland and Brisbane Lions to honour AFL Essendon legend, Michael Long. In 2004 the former Essendon Bomber walked from Melbourne to Canberra to take a stand against racial abuse and to put Indigenous people back on the national political agenda. The Long Walk was replicated over the weekend with hundreds walking from Southbank to the Gabba on Saturday.
Image: Deadly Choices Ambassador Patrick Johnson with a couple of participants of the Long Walk.
Grounded in Truth:Wild Black Women give their Reconciliation Run Down.
To honour Reconciliation Week this special episode of Three Chords & The Truth is focused on First Nations artists. Paddy McHugh is joined by special co-host Dan Rennie to play a selection of Alt Country and Americana songs written and performed by the mob.