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Dr Chris Sarra

 Let's Talk

05 July 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Dr Chris Sarra who is the Director of the Indigenous Education Leadership Institute and former Principal of Cherbourg School. Chris Sarra talks about Indigenous leadership, Cherbourg School, teachers, education, cultural differences, Indigenous children who are treated differently to a mainstream school, children's voices not being heard, identity in schools, his feelings on the announcement of John Howard wanting to take over the Northern Territory and more.

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Geoff Scott

 Let's Talk

04 July 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Geoff Scott who is the CEO of the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council. They talk about Land Rights, ATSIC, HREOC launches of the Social Justice & Native Title reports, Child abuse in the Northern Territory, Tiwi Islands, home ownership, education and other Indigenous issues.

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Dr Mark Wenitong

 Let's Talk

03 July 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Australian Indigenous Doctors' Association President Dr Mark Wenitong. In this interview they discuss Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kids' health, Australian Indigenous Doctors' Association (AIDA), Australian
Government's plan to tackle child abuse issues in the Northern Territory, nutrition, life expectancy between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people and more.

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Warren Snowden

 Let's Talk

02 July 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Warren Snowden who is the Northern Territory's Federal Member for Lingiari. They talk about child sexual abuse in the Northern Territory, Native Land Title, John Howard and other Indigenous Issues.

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Muriel Bamblett

 Let's Talk

29 June 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Muriel Bamblett is chairwoman of the Secretariat of National Aboriginal and
Islander Child Care, the main body for Aboriginal and Islander Children and Family Services. In this interview they talk about Aboriginal children in the Northern Territory, Aboriginal child protection and family services, World Vision and Oxfam and other Indigenous Issues.

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Jennifer Martiniello and Terry O'Shane

 Let's Talk

28 June 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Jennifer Martiniello who is a writer and
academic of Arrernte, Chinese and Anglo descent, a former Deputy Chair of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander Arts Board of the Australia Council for the Arts, and a current member of the Advisory Board of the Australian Centre for Indigenous History at the ANU. Tiga also interviews Terry O'Shane who is the former ATSIC Commissioner from Cairns. They talk about Howard's New Tampa – Aboriginal Children Overboard, The Little Children are Sacred report, the Federal Government, Tiwi Islands, the Tangentyere in Alice Springs, the Jabiluka uranium mining operations at Kakadu, Mutitjulu and more.

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Grace Smallwood and Gary Highland

 Let's Talk

27 June 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Grace Smallwood who is an Indigenous rights activist and Gary Highland who is the National Director of ANTAR. Grace Smallwood and Gary Highland express their feelings about Indigenous child sexual abuse by some Indigenous and Non-Indigenous people in some of the Northern Territory Communities, John Howard sending in the army to the Northern Territory, the Mareeba death in custody and other Indigenous issues.

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Mudgin-Gal Aboriginal Women's Centre

 Let's Talk

26 June 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Dixie Link-Gordon who is the Manager of the Mudgin-Gal Aboriginal Women's Centre and Shane Phillips who works for Tribal Warrior Association and both are local Koori residents of Redfern, Sydney. In this interview they talk about the Mudgin-Gal Aboriginal Women's Centre. The Mudgin-Gal Aboriginal Women's Centre offers Indigenous women information on how to get accommodation, to get help for any domestic violence, sexual abuse of women, Court Support Program, Blackout Violence Program, Inner City Domestic Violence Action Group and more. They also express their thoughts on Prime Minister John Howard, wanting to take over the Northern Territory.

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Andrew Bartlett and Public Awareness Australia

 Let's Talk

25 June 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews the Queensland Senator Andrew Bartlett. They discuss Stolen Wages, Great Barrier Reef, home ownership, nuclear power and uranium in Indigenous communities, the Removal of an Indigenous Representative and more.
Tiga Bayles also interviews Flo Watson and Ms Rosemary Paterson who are from the Public Awareness Australian Electoral Commission and the AEC. They talk about electoral changes to voting.

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Amy Atkins and Larissa Behrendt

 Music

22 June 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Link-Up coordinator for North Queensland and former Palm Island resident Amy Atkins. They talk about the Palm Island Dormitory Reunion. After interviewing Amy Atkins, Tiga Bayles also 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 political issues that are to be imposed on Aboriginal people, the Pearson document, Prime Minister John Howard who is wanting to take control of the Northern Territory communities and become the Chief Mission Manager, the budget, child sexual assault, Cape York Pilot, Indigenous health, education housing and more.

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