On this wholesome episode of DC Radio, we celebrate the last show for the year! Join DC Host Lizzie Orley and DC Ambassadors Brenton Bowen, Willie Tonga and Steve Renouf as we look back on the year with smiles, laughter and fun.
If a picture can speak a thousand words, think of what a film could do – two of them, in fact!
Dewi Wilson and Callan Murray from BIMA Vision have produced two short documentaries as part of NITV’s “Our Stories” series – ‘The Keepers’ and ‘Kaizi’s Traditional Coconut Oil – A Living Legacy’!
Speaking with Lizzie Orley on Monday’s Murri Hour, from 2-3pm, about the documentaries, Dewi and Callan yarned about their journey and the importance of trust when working with other First Nations peoples who have entrusted them with their stories…
“…Our stories is an Indigenous storytelling documentary sort-of program, so I think it is important to have indigenous people – or help to tell other indigenous people’s stories – and to gain that trust and for them to know that you’re not gonna, y’know, screw it up or tell lies or misrepresent what they’re about. When we’re telling their story, we want to do it their way.”
And what better way to do that than with documentaries such as these, by our mob for our mob.
So why not give these a go, pop this on your telly or watchlist to gain insight and get the wholesome feel-good vibes started these holidays!
NITV Tuesday 17th December 7pm
Drawing on traditional medicinal practices passed down from his grandmother, Kaizi Gutchen has been producing premium unrefined coconut oil for over 30 years. Now a thriving small family business, he shares his families story of continuing a cultural legacy and the hopes that it brings for his people and his community.
NITV Wednesday 18th December 7pm
The Ibarra brothers from Indigibee Native Bee Rescue open up their backyards to share the wonderful world of Native bees.
Check out NITV’s Our Stories series here: https://www.sbs.com.au/nitv/our-stories
Listen to Dewi and Callan’s interview with Murri Hour host Lizzie Orley below
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks Dan Kelly, who is a founding member of Australian Lawyers for Remote Aboriginal Rights and leads ALRAR’s legal advocacy work. Since 2016 Dan and ALRAR have been supporting Remote Indigenous communities with legal advice and representation in court.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim and host of Murri Hour and DC radio Lizzie Orley attended Deadly Hearts down on the Gold Coast at Home of The Arts (HOTA). Deadly Hearts is an album to celebrate music, culture & identity, also Iconic songs re-imagined by Australia’s best young Indigenous artists. Boe and Lizzie spoke with Uncle Archie Roach, Steph Tisdell and Kinship Collective.
Join Marshall THE MILLION DOLLAR VOICE Watego and Tyler THE TRUCKIE For another great episode of THETRUCKINHOUR !!!
This week the boys are joined by Lachie Obrien from OBRIEN DIESEL REPAIRS for Tyler’s Truckie Talk. Plus all your favourite truckin’ songs and banter from this dynamic duo!
Wild Black Women Countdown for 2019- Top 10.
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Dr Marlene Longbottom a Yuin woman, from Roseby Park mission in (Jerrinja) NSW and is the current Aboriginal Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the Australian Health Services Research Institute at the University of Wollongong. On the show we talk about the shared colonial history we have with native people of Hawaii, we also talk about Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Woman in Australia.
“On this episode of Deadly Choices, DC Host Lizzie Orley and IUIH Dietitian Doris Yung delve into tips and tricks on eating healthy during the summer holidays, plus Uncle Dusty the Snr Indigenous Games Coordinator jumps in the studio to yarn about the IUIH Shield at Willawong on 13th December… That’ll be a deadly Black Friday!”
Dan catches up with Byron Bay family band The Buckley’s about their rise in country music and listens to their new single “I’m Comin’ For Ya.”
In this episode of Let’s Talk, Boe Spearim speaks with Belinda Lowe Head of Strategic Communication from Grata Fund and First Nations woman Annie Young a Santa Teresa community leader. We talk about the Housing Test Case in the NT Supreme Court today the 11th of the December, which would set unprecedented legal standards for remote Communities.