Neil Morris (DRMNGNOW) performance at Yawar (Clancestry, QPAC).
Neil Morris from the DRMNGNOW Project yarns with Murri Hour host Lizzie Orley on the value of performing at events like QPAC Clancestry’s “Yawar” and the messages he aims to deliver through music.
Samala Thakialee Robideau shares her story on being stuck at the Brisbane airport and nearly missing out on participating in Nation Dance! So instead… She danced at the airport!
Join me Marshall the Million dollar 💵 voice, Tyler the Truckie and Benjamin the work experience kid for an action-packed Truckinhour!!!
This week we are joined by Deen Groundwater for Tyler’s Truckin Torque plus get the complete wrap up of Tyler’s week at schoolies!!!
SEE YOU ON THE ROAD!!!!
Wild Black Women’s Dating while Blak Part 2. Sistas Chelsea & Nat fill Angelina in on the pros & cons of speed dating.
98.9FM understands this time of year isn’t easy for everyone, especially for those living in poverty.
The good news is there are ways to share the joy and help struggling families put food on the table and breathe easier, like the gift of giving.
That’s why Aunty Jean, a deadly woman with a big heart, has been yarning with about her Christmas appeal, as she’s seen what poverty looks like first hand
Actually – the Christmas appeal’s not really hers, according to Aunty Jean…
“Well I like to think it’s not only me, I like to acknowledge other people who have been and are still involved in this area. There’s a lot of folk, including non-Aboriginal people, all journeying with us in this area and I’d like to think we have been trying to work together to be able to help families at this time of the year…”
Dedicating approximately 30 years of her life to the Christmas appeal and supporting struggling families across Queensland, Aunty Jean recognises the real issue of poverty and sees the need for all Australians to come together to build a better Australia.
Learn more and listen to Aunty Jean yarn with Jamie Dunn (Breakfast Show) about the ins and outs of the 98.9FM Christmas appeal and Aunty Jean work in community. At the Murri School on Friday 29th November, 2019.
2019-11-28 Interview with Kaava Watson, Aunty Jean and Ravina Waldron.
2019-10 Interview with Jamie Dunn and Aunty Jean.
This week on the show, Jen and Paddy revisit the theme of pedal steel and play a selection of Australian artists that feature the instrument. Paddy and Jen also air a chat with singer-songwriter Jason Walker recorded live at the Dashville Skyline Festival.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Aunty Dot West the Chair of First Nations Media Australia and Jacinta Barbour who is the Events and Member Services Officer for First Nations Media Australia. From the 28th & 29th of November in Alice Springs First Nations companies and outlets will be in Alice Springs for the First Nations Media Australia conference “Converge”.
On this episode of DC Radio, SEQ Manager for Deadly Choices SEQ Manager Peter Stoddard joins Lizzie Orley in-studio, along with DC Ambassador Petero Civoniceva on the line! We look back on the year of “Deadly Choices”, the most recent Touch Tournament and Petero tells us all about the upcoming Little Deadlies Day 30th November in Rocky!
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Philip Marrii the National Campaign & Organising Manager at Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network. We yarn about the recent news of Origin Energy fracking the NT, also the upcoming Queensland Protect Country Summit where Seed brings together young First Nations people together in Qld.
Blues with a Feeling
Join Shaun for a spectacular show featuring Geoff Achison’s UK Souldiggers 20th Anniversary Sessions.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks Alwyn Doolan also known as the Message Stick Walker who walked 9,000km and lobbied for three months in Canberra. Alwyn talks about the next journey he wants to take people on called “Nation Dance” a gathering of Aboriginal people in their local communities taking apart in Traditional Dancing happening 1st of December at noon.