On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with writer/director also comic book artist and creator of Zero Point Jonathon Saunders, Zero Point is an Aboriginal super hero cartoon base in the new future that was released on NITV on the 26th of January.
This week on DC Radio Dan Rennie speaks with league legends Preston Campbell & Steve Renouf along with Peter Stoddart and Nathan Appo from the Deadly Choices.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Kaleesha Morris Gumbaynggirr & Kulkalgal woman who works in the fields of environment justice, Aboriginal governance & development, and Indigenous language resurgence. Early this month Kaleesha and Latoya Hohepa another first nations sister from Australia both visited Turtle Island (America) after being invited to attend the Indigenous Peoples March in Washington DC to speak of the many issues we face as Aboriginal people and make connection with Indigenous people from around the world.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe speaks with CEO of Culture Is Life Belinda Duarte who was born and raised in Ballarat, Victoria, She is a descendant of the Wotjobaluk people. we talk about an article she wrote on the 17th of January titled “How can a child of ten feel such despair that she would end her life?”
Blues with a Feeling
Chris Wilson – Join Shaun as he remembers the great Chris Wilson with tracks from the “Short Cool Ones” and “Live at the Continental”
The week that was on the 989fm Brekky Show with Jamie Dunn and Clay Cassar-Daley.
Sistas Chelsea & Angelina yarn 26 other shitty things we have to survive in January.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Meriki Onus and Dtarneen Onus-Williams both members of Warriors Of The Aboriginal Resistance and organizers of the Melbourne Invasion Day march coming up on the 26th of January.
Deadly Choices Radio returns for 2019 with Karen Dorante hosting rugby league legend Steve Renouf and Milly Phillips, manager of IUIH Early Childhood Unit to discuss NY resolutions and getting kids ready for school.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with freelance writer and unionist Celeste Liddle, we talk about her new article titled ‘This Invasion Day, march for the future’ we also yarn about Invasion Day.