Join hosts Paddy McHugh & Jen Mize in exploring songwriters and music with meaning in Alt. Country, Roots & Americana, here in Australia and around the world. Music, interviews and musings every Thursday nights from 6pm.
On lets Talk today Kaava talks to Unaisi Buli from ICAN, the Indigenous Consumer Assistant Network, working with community assisting in financial Problems and debt.
Dan Rennie and Elijah Blair are talking all things sports for 98.8fm.
Dylan Chown is a research fellow at the Centre for Islamic Thought and Education, University of South Australia. Dylan yarns about the role of education and cultural and religious capability through the power of dialogue and relationship building.
Today Kaava Talked with John Anderson, a Nywaigi Traditional owner and Director of Principal Element and Juzer Jangbarwala, CEO of US-based Voltek, which he established in 2015. John and Juzer yarn about their joint Venture in delivering practical and sustainable fresh water-making solutions at a lower cost to remote and regional communities.
Both Juzer and John share a commitment to simple, basic solutions to the certainty of water for happy, healthy and culturally-vibrant families and communities.
Please contact John on 0437534516 to talk about this program or email him at email@example.com for further information.
Today Kaava spoke with Dr Carmel Nelson from IUIH to discuss the risks of hepatitis c, the outcomes of chronic infection, and the new treatment?
Today Kaava spoke with Adrian Burragubba, a member of the Wangan and Jagalingou people about his protesst against the proposed Adani Coal Mine.
‘Wild Black Women’ Chelsea talks with Angelina Hurley about all things that made them ‘wild’ this week.
Jharal Yow Yeh and Dan Rennie talking sports for the beginning of the 2017 footy season on 98.8fm.
On Let’s Talk today Chelsea Bond is talking with some strong black women who have been keeping footy alive in Inala (and some even play the game).
On the show we have Franny Lomas who has been running the club single handedly for many years, Karla Brady CEO of Inala Wangarra which has helped with the administration of the club and supported its growth and our a young trainee Chelsea Barney. West Inala Junior Rugby League is the heart of the Indigenous community in Inala and has been around for over 60 years. The club have 11 teams this season including a Women’s Open Team, an u15 Girls side and a Masters team.
The ladies are appealing for corporate sponsorship to keep the club alive (and get a fence for the field) and they are giving plenty of shout outs to a whole lot of mob in Inala while they are here.