This morning on Let’s Talk Boe chats with Wani Le Frere a Melbourne based trans-disciplinary Artist and a proud descendant of the bashi peoples of Walungu (Demoratic Republic of Congo). He uses his artistic abilities to serve as a platform in his commitment to the flourishing of life, telling of the untold, as well as the collective empowerment of those peoples too often marginalized and not often enough celebrated.
Blues with a Feeling
Join Shaun for a musical showcase of the winners at the 40th Annual Blues Music Awards in Memphis.
On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Luke Pearson a Gamilaroi man who founded social media project IndigenousX in 2012 a twitter handle with more than 40 thousand followers and rotating host from week to week who are Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander. On June the 3rd Luke with be the Orator of the 2019 Mabo Oration held at Qpac, we chat about the importance of Eddie Mabo and why we should continue his story.
Amber Lawrence tells Tariana Olive all about her Secret Album Launch Parties… See how to get your tickets here ….. shhhhhh.
Travis Collins speaks to Tariana Olive all about is annual riverbender birthday cruises in Brisbane and Country to Country.
Mother’s Day special Wild Black Women Brisbane are join in the studio with their Mums. Aunty Colleen Hurley and Aunty Elaine Watego.
YOU BLOODY BEAUTY !!! its Sarah Storer on the 989fm Brekky Show with Jamie (fan boy) Dunn and Clay Cassar Daley.
On this episode of Three Chords & The Truth Paddy is joined by guest co-host Megan Cooper and together they play a selection of salty songs about the sea.
Catch this episode of DC radio to get the low-down on past and upcoming Deadly Choices events with Rick Bird from the Events Team! We also touch base with Sharks Co-Captain Wade Graham on how the team’s travelling and what’s on the horizon for Wade and the team with the upcoming Inaugural Magic Round at Suncorp Stadium. Too deadly!
Lizzie Orley caught up with Luke Pearson, Gamilaroi man and founder of IndigenousX, on the Murri Hour! They yarn about his involvement in the upcoming Mabo Oration and the significance of such an event.
For a more in-depth interview on the Mabo Oration, family etc. – check out Boe Spearim’s interview with Luke Pearson for Let’s Talk! Just click here.