This morning on Let’s Talk Boe chats with Troy Casey and Amanda Hayman from Open House Collective, A retail, gallery, studio & event space.
With Local makers & designers, slow fashion, vintage clothing, aboriginal art & products.
Blues with a Feeling
Join Shaun for week 1 of Buddy Guy month with this weeks feature album, the Grammy winning The Blues is Alive and Well.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe chats with Aunty Dawn Daylight, Dewi Wilson and Callan Murray about Lost Daylight, a film that tells the story of Aunty Dawn and her sisters who from a young age works as domestic slave for one of Brisbane’s oldest and most prestigious Private all girls schools.
Wild Black Women – Listen in to find out what made them wild this week, & what their new segments Admin Jenny, Sorry Not Sorry and D**k of the Week are all about.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy play a selection of Americana / Alt Country tunes that drip with soul.
Cultural Protocols Show
How do you introduce yourself and why is it important amongst First Nations people. Angelina Hurley and Greg Kitson focus communicating with mob, use of language and role of relationships and the cultural protocols around them. Guests include Tom Kirk and Grant Paulson.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe chats with Michael Connolly and Laura Thompson about the “Free The Flag” Campaign both Michael and Laura have been in Canberra this week and joined by Nova Peris who have been visiting politicians seeking advice about how they can free the Aboriginal flag from an non-Aboriginal company.
Joining DC Radio Host Lizzie Orley are NRL Greats and DC Ambassadors Petero Civoniceva and Brenton Bowen, as well as DC Ambassador and rising triathletes star Brandi Alberts (with a few awards up her sleeve at 22, including Indigenous Sportsperson of the Year). We also catch up on the Rabbitohs Launch and All Stars Invitation Launch, along with hearing from your favourite players and other awesome Deadly Choices Ambassadors.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe chats with George Newhouse Director at the National Justice Project and facilitator and founder of the CopWatch workshops which is an education program and app for the Australian Aboriginal Community to help improve engagement, trust and accountability between police and Aboriginal people.
Listen to Jamie and Clay try to wrangle John from Hayseed Dixie. They talk all things Bluegrass, Rock and their upcoming gig at the Gympie Muster.