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Outside of Parliament House

 Let's Talk

13 February 2008

Tiga Bayles interviews a number of Indigenous people at the front of Parliament House who tell of their thoughts on the apology. He then interviews Nicole Watson who used to be a lawyer and is now researching Indigenous issues at the Jumbunna Indigenous House of learning at the University of Technology in Sydney.

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Lead up to the Apology

 Let's Talk

12 February 2008

Aired out of Canberra for the Governments apology, Tiga Bayles interviews a number of guests for this historical occasion. This includes Chris Graham, Sam Watson, Dennis Walker and more. They talk about the apology to Indigenous Australian's for the first time ever, the Canberra Rally, Stolen Generation, compensation to Indigenous people, Reconciliation, the Federal Election and more.

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Greg Etok

 Let's Talk

11 February 2008

Tiga Bayles interviews Greg Etok who is one of the organisers of the Conversions in Canberra. They talk about who funded them to get people from around Australia flown to Canberra for the apology, Sorry Day Marches over the years, Native Title, Reconciliation, racism, deaths in custody and more.

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David Peachey

 Let's Talk

08 February 2008

Tiga Bayles interviews David Peachey who is a former professional rugby league player in the National Rugby League (NRL). His position of choice was at fullback. During his career, Peachey played for the Cronulla Sharks and the South Sydney Rabbitohs in the NRL and the Widnes Vikings in the English League One. Peachey also played representative rugby league for Country Origin, New South Wales and Australia.
David is now working with kids in remote communities to raise awareness about alcohol issues with Queensland Liquor Licensing. He also talks of his recent experiences in Wujal Wujal, The Peach in the Rain forest, his up bringing, idols, making positive choices and much more.

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Tom Calma

 Let's Talk

07 February 2008

Tiga Bayles interviews HREOC Social Justice Commissioner
Tom Calma. They talk about the Stolen Generation, Stolen Wages, the apology by government, compensation for the Indigenous people, people who were in the stolen generation and experienced abuse, The Children's Act, Aboriginal Affairs, COAG, Racial Discrimination Act, removing racial videos on the internet, family violence, deaths in custody, Indigenous doctors and nurses,, The Northern Territory Intervention, Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People, rally in Canberra, International Treaty and more.

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FASD

 Let's Talk

07 February 2008

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is a term that describes a range of disabilities that may affect people whose mothers drank alcohol while they were pregnant.
Tiga Bayles and Karen Dorante both interview Canadian lawyer David Boulding, who has been speaking to a lot of communities throughout Australia, mostly justice groups and other law-types, about FASD (Fetal Alcohol Syndrome). Tiga Bayles then goes on to also interview Dr Janet Hammill, Koori Woman and Research Fellow with the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research with 14 years experience in population
health research. She has also worked closely with Cherbourg women on family violence, etc and Sue Miers who founded No Facade, a national organisation for FASD, and also has a foster daughter with FASD.

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Les Malezer

 Let's Talk

05 February 2008

Tiga Bayles interviews Les Malezer who is the Chairman of FAIRA. They talk about the apology, deaths in custody, about a man who died in he back of a police van, Sergeant Hurley, the prison system, the Northern Territory Intervention, Compensation, Bringing them Home Report, The Nation Conversions, workshops about the rights of Indigenous people, human rights, The British Government, land rights, The United Nations Declaration of Indigenous Rights, Racial Discrimination Act, climate crisis, biological diversity, environmental responsibilities, rise of water levels, knocking down trees, carbon trading, Indigenous Local Councils, Shire Councils, education and more.

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Larissa Behrendt

 Let's Talk

04 February 2008

Tiga Bayles interviews Larissa Behrendt who is a Professor of Law and Director of Research at the Jumbunna Indigenous House of learning at the University of Technology in Sydney. They talk about the Australian Government wanting to say "sorry" to Indigenous people, The Stolen Generation, The Bringing Them Home Report, land rights, deaths in custody, NITV, The Northern Territory Intervention, CDEP, Welfare Payments, NIC, child abuse, Indigenous health, Climate Change, racism and more.

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Aunty Ruth Hegarty and Dr Ros Kidd

 Let's Talk

18 December 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Aunty Ruth Hegarty and Dr Ros Kidd. They talk about the redress scheme which is the Queensland Governments completion of their response to the recommendation of the Ford inquiry, compensating people that have spent time in an institution, State Children's Act, Aboriginal Protection Act, Indigenous children, neglected children, child abuse, The Stolen Generation, culture and much more. A number of callers phone into the studios of 989FM to share their thoughts and experiences on the topic.

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