Joining Deadly Choices Radio this week Bo de la Cruz talks about Tough Tiddas, a fitness program for Indigenous women and her performance at the Touch World Cup in Malaysia. Shené Clemments from the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health also pops in to talk about special Deadly Choices Birth Certificate program and upcoming events.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Gamilaraay Grandmother and one of the founders of the Grandmother Against Removal Aunty hazel Collins. Sunday the 26th of May marks the anniversary of “the bringing them home report” which was handed to parliament on May 26th 1997 the Australian Report of the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from Their Families which now is known as the Stolen Generation. Aunty Hazel and others from the Grandmothers Against Removal fight against what they call is the continued Stolen Generation.
Blues with a Feeling
Join Shaun as he chats with Chris Cain about family, guitars and the Kings of the Blues, and plays tracks from Chris’ latest record.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Chris Graham who is the publisher and editor of New Matilda and also manages the National Indigenous Radio Service (NIRS), we breakdown the recent federal election.
A very special Wild Black Women episode featuring British rapper and author, Akala with Chelsea, “Mangelina” aka Steven Oliver and Dr David Singh discussing his tour. Plus Angelina and Chelsea round up the events of the week.
On this episode of Three Chords & The Truth Paddy plays a selection of Alt Country and Americana artists who started their musical journey in the punk and rock n roll scenes. Paddy is also joined for a chat with ex punker singer songwriter Ben Leece.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe is joined live in the studio with First Nations men Shaun Lee also known as Halfleg a Freelance artist who was in Brisbane for the recent Brisbane Street Art Festival.
On this Murri Hour, introducing THE Dallas Woods – professional rapper, performer, dancer, MC and overall mad fulla! You may know Dallas from the ABC’s “Move it Mob Style”, but here Lizzie Orley chats with the deadly Noongar rapper about his music (super clever lyrics there), his passion for community and his first solo tour “Confessions of a Liar”! Keep up to date with Dallas on his Facebook Page, photo courtesy of Nellie Harris.
On this episode of DC Radio, we celebrate Mother’s Day by yarning with deadly mums! Including Tara Denaro, deadly nurse from one of IUIH’s Mums and Bubs Centres, who gives us a break-down of their Birthing in Our Community program! Plus Deadly Choices Ambassador and Elite Softballer Janice Blackman, speaking about her experience with DC events, programs and balancing motherhood with work and training.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Tammy Solonec who is a Nigena woman from Western Australia, Tammy is the Indigenous Rights campaigner from Amnesty International. On the program this morning we spoke about the recent 4 corners report titled “The Watch House Files”.