On this episode of DC Radio, Lizzie Orley yarns with Deadly Choices SEQ Manager Peter Stoddart about World Tobacco Day, great tips on quitting and how Deadly Choices are aiming to tackle smoking in our mob and communities! We also hear all about The Long Walk from the deadly and passionate Nova Peris, former Olympic gold medallist, Australian of the year and politician!
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Aunty Jennifer Clayton from Western Australia, on the program we talk about Aunty Jennifer’s granddaughter Cherdeena Wynne who died after falling unconscious in police custody in April of this year. This isn’t the first time Aunty Jennifer has dealt with the death of a family member who died in the custody of police, her son over 20 years ago died in Albany who is the father of Cherdeena both sadly passed away at 26.
Murri School work experience student, Aaliyah and Dilany Bayles background the purpose of National Reconciliation Week.
Blues with a Feeling
Join Shaun for a birthday party celebration for the great Taj Mahal with carefully selected tracks from a couple of his classic albums.
Lizzie Orley yarns with one of the most influential artists in First Nations contemporary music, Uncle Joe Geia! Joe jumped in on the Murri Hour and spoke about his upcoming art exhibition “The Land & Sea Cares For Me”, plus some of Brisbane’s Blak history, touching on Black Resource Centre. Artist: Joe Geia website | FB Event info: MIAC Website| FB event
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Sono Leone first nations women who heads up an organisation called Strong Women Talking, Strong Women Talking are a not for profit organisation. We aim to achieve this by educating women and youth and families about forms of abuse and the cycle of violence.
This evening on Get Rhythm, Tari and Dilany had an interview with Cassidy Rae who is touring around the world performing for many big names and they talked about her new single More, out now everywhere!
Tari and Dilany on their show Get Rhythm speak with Cassi Marie who played a song live from her recent album Peaces of My Heart.
Wild Black Women wrap up of federal election results and coverage.
This Morning on Let’s Talk Boe is joined live in the studio by aunty Pat Thompson CEO of Link-Up Qld, we talk about the 35th anniversary of Link-Up Qld which started out as a program in 1984 out of Aboriginal and Islander Child Care Agency (AICCA). Link-Up Qld has played a vital role in reconnecting individuals with Family and Country who have been taken away from Family and Country by previous polices of the Australian Government.