The loveable Chris Tamwoy jumped on the line with Lizzie Orley to yarn about his lead single ‘Monkey & Tortol’ (with new album ‘Reality’ to follow early 2020), and the spirit and vitality music has within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and cultures.
Robert Blair shares a word on Remembrance Day.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Uncle Ken Canning Aboriginal Poet, Activist and former inmate at Boggo Road Gaol. Uncle Ken talks about finding poetry in prison, and why it’s essential as Aboriginal people, we should protest the 250th anniversary of Captin Cook.
Join Marshall the million-dollar voice Watego and Tyler the truckie for a schoolies special with special guests Roger Smith on Tyler’s Truckies Torque And Mark Ward from the Mullumbimby truck show. Plus all your favourite truckin tunes!!!
SEE YOU ON THE ROAD!!!!!
‘Celebrity Doco’s’ From Amy Winehouse to Nina Simone the WBW review docos about the rich & famous, infamous & inspirational.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy pay tribute to the late Paul Barrere of ‘Little Feat’. Feats don’t fail me now!
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Ramone Close founder of the Australian Indigenous Football Championships. Now in the second year, the Championships are being held bringing teams from Queensland, Northern Territory and New South Wales for two days of exciting Indigenous Football.
DC Host Lizzie Orley’s joined by Deon Bird, who heads up the MomenTIM program, along with Charlie Jia, IUIH’s Men’s Program Officer and one of the faces of the 2019 Movember campaign!.
Hear Shellie Morris yarn with Lizzie Orley on the Murri Hour about Shellie’s experience and perspective on the days leading up to the closure of the Uluru climb and celebration with a live song in tow!
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Michaela Skuthorpe who is a Ngemba woman from Brewarrina, Michaela was a part of the 2018 Indigenous Marathon Project Squad that ran in the New York City Marathon last year in 2018. Since completing the marathon, she has moved to Canberra, where the Indigenous Marathon Foundation employs her.