On Let’s Talk Boe speaks with Haley McQuire Co-Founder and National Coordinator from National Indigenous Youth Education Coalition, We talk about “Education of Our Own Design Project” a series of youth-led workshops focused on highlighting the education experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth.
DC Radio keeps bringin you the deadliness – with host Lizzie Orley and guests Petero Civoniceva one of the DC Ambassadors and former league legend, Luke Dumas from the DC Program and Development Team, Ricki Bird from the DC Events team. On this episode you’ll find good ol’ Origin banter, catch-ups on past events, updates for what’s coming up as well as what Deadly Choices are doing in schools and community to improve our mob’s quality of life! PLUS Elder and IUIH’s Aged Care System Navigator, Uncle Marshall Saunders, joins us on the line to share his empowering health story in aid of July being the Eye Foundation’s Eye Health Awareness Month – aka “Jul-Eye”!
Ghenoa Gela joins Lizzie Orley for the Murri Hour to yarn about her latest production “My Urrwai” that’s just landed in Bris! Get in the know and join in on this deadly chat around the show, the meaning of Urrwai (seeing as it’s the year of International Indigenous Languages), Ghenoa’s music taste, background and the importance of Blak theatre, music and entertainment.
Jamie and Clay talk to Shaun from the Gympie NAIDOC Family Funday Celebrations, Friday the 19th of July,9.30am-2.00pm, The Pavilion, Gympie Showgrounds, Exhibition Rd Gympie. Come get involved!
On the Brekky Show this morning Jamie and Clay have a good old fashioned yarn with the one and only Beccy Cole about her gig at the 2019 Groundwater festival, Gold Coast, 26th-28th July.
Blues with a Feeling
Join Shaun as he revisits this classic album from revered Brisbane band Blind Dog & The Reverend.
This morning on Let’s Talk Boe chats with Dr Gary Foley veteran Aboriginal Activist and historian from Victoria University, over the last 50 years Dr Foley has been collecting The Aboriginal History Archive (AHA) comprises thousands of rare photos, videos, campaign ephemera, press clippings, and manuscripts that document the country’s Black Power and self-determination movements, and other key events.
Tariana chats to Drew McAlister about groundwater and all things new music.
Live from Musgrave Park, the Wild Black Women give you the full run down of the week in the park, on the street and on that red carpet.
This week on the show Jen and Paddy play a selection of Americana / Alt Country tunes influenced by Mexican culture and flavour. Vamonos!