Radio Interviews

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The Paper Tracker Radio Show features interviews with key people and organisations.

The full interviews are posted on this page as separate sound recordings. They can be listened to online or downloaded to a computer or portable device.

Since 2012, most interviews have been available in two formats:

  • English with Pitjantjatjara/Yankunytjatjara interpretation, and
  • an English-only version.

Posts

Interview with Brian Gleeson

Two and a half years ago, the Australian Government appointed Brian Gleeson as the first Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services. In this interview, Brian talks about his role and how it helps to “drive”... read on

Interview with Mark Waters

Mark Waters is the Executive Officer for Reconciliation SA. In this interview, Mark talks about how the organisation got started and some of its strategic priorities.... read on

Interview with Nerida Saunders

Nerida is the Executive Director of the SA Government’s Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division. In this interview, Nerida talks about the way essential services are managed and maintained in remote Anangu communities.... read on

Interview with John Dallwitz

The Ara Irititja Project repatriates photos, sound recordings, films and other materials to Anangu via a special digital archive. Since 1994, the project has tracked down and returned more than 100,000 items to Anangu. John... read on

Interview with Housing SA

In 2008, the Australian Government agreed to provide almost $300 million – over ten years – to build new houses and upgrade old ones in South Australia’s remote Aboriginal communities. In this interview, Brendan Moran... read on

Interview with Andrea Mason

Andrea Mason is the Coordinator of the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (NPY) Women’s Council. In this interview, Andrea discusses a report the Council prepared for the South Australian Government in 2009. The report looks at the... read on

Interview with Kirsten Grace

Kirsten Grace is the General Manager of the Mai Wiru Regional Stores Council. In this interview Kirsten explains how the Council came to be established and what it is doing to improve food security on... read on

Interview with Rowan Ramsey MP

Rowan Ramsay was first elected to the Australian Parliament in 2007. His electorate covers more than 90% of South Australia, including all of the State’s Anangu communities. In this interview Rowan talks about his work,... read on

Interview with Judge Peter McKusker

Peter McKusker is a passionate supporter of Anangu artists and their communities. In this interview he talks about his work with the Palya Fund, a charitable trust set up to fund projects of critical importance... read on

Interview with SA Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation about food security plan

Grace Portolesi is the South Australian Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation. Last year, she released a six-year plan aimed at addressing the problem of “food security” on the APY Lands. In this interview, the... read on

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