This morning on the Brekky Show’s ‘Jamie’s Phone Roulette’ segment the boys called randomly phones the great Russell Morris.
Blues with a Feeling
Join Shaun for a look at some of his choice cuts from new releases from across the world. Featured artists include Buddy Knox, Fiona Boyes, Duke Robillard, Whitney Shay and Paul Oscher.
Fred Leone sits in on Drive talking about the Meeanjin Markets.
Boe Spearim speaks to Gumbayngirr woman, Lisa Rapley, a Canberra-based social entrepreneur who is passionate about systems thinking, democratising business models and empowering youth. Rapley is attending Oxfam’s Straight Talk 2018 National Summit in Canberra which bring together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women from all over the country to develop skills, build networks and increase access to politicians to address issues in their communities.
WBW yarn Ask a Brother and Brown Sugar special with Greg Kitson and James Saunders.
On this episode of Three Chords & The Truth Jen and Paddy play a selection of songs from ‘Take Me To Town’ a new Australian Alt Country/Americana compilation. Paddy and Jen also chat with Australian Rocker Nick Barker
Lizzie and Elijah catch up with Emily Wurramara on her Canada trip, ARIA Award nomination for Best Blues & Roots Album of the year and what it means to be a young role model, with a bonus Drive Show exclusive never before performed track Cruisin’.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with the Message Stick Walker Alwyn Doolan who is walking to Canberra to meet and talk with politicians about the many issues with face as Aboriginal people, Alwyn started his walk 6 months ago in far North Qld Bamaga now he is in Brisbane to yarn with elders and traditional owners.
This week on Deadly Choices Radio, Karen Dorante is joined by Peter Stoddart and Sam Pierce to preview Brisbane’s annual Deadly Choices Touch Carnival at Whites Hill Reserve in Camp Hill.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe plays Part two of Challenging the racist carceral system, A panel discussion Boe recorded while attending the 9th Sisters Inside International Conference called Imagining Abolition A World Without Prisons. Chairing the panel is Neta-Rie Mabo Youth Worker from Sisters Inside joining Neta-Rie is Latoya Hohepa, Julia Whaipooti, Professor Tracey McIntosh, Vickie Roach Amy McQuire.