Radio Programs

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Our weekly radio show makes it easier to understand what governments are saying and doing in Anangu communities.

Parts of each program are in Pitjantjatjara/ Yankunytjatjara. Other parts are in English.

The half-hour show is hosted by Rose Lester and Jonathan Nicholls and recorded at Radio Adelaide.

It can be heard online and on metropolitan, regional and remote radio stations.

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Program 195: Tauto Sansbury: Critical Issues

This week’s program includes an interview with Mr Tauto Sansbury, a Narungga Elder and winner of the 2015 NAIDOC Lifetime Achievement Award. He talks about the Indigenous Leaders’ Roundtable on Economic Development and Property Rights, compensation for the Stolen Generation, Constitutional Recognition and the South Australian Royal Commission into Nuclear Energy... read on

Program 194: Mimili Community Fire Service

This week’s Paper Tracker radio program includes an interview with Ms Tania Pompey and Mr Tony Walker from the Mimili Community Country Fire Service... read on

Program 193: David Couzner on Community Development Program

This week’s program includes an interview with Mr David Couzner, the General Manager for Skill Hire on the APY Lands. David talks about Skill Hire’s contract to coordinate the Remote Schools Attendance Strategy and the roll-out of the new Community Development Program, which was previously the Remote Jobs and Communities Program... read on

Program 192: Sarah Brown on Community-based Dialysis

This week’s radio program includes an interview with Sarah Brown from Western Desert Dialysis Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku. Sarah highlights the huge positive difference it makes when people with renal disease are able to stay home in community with their family... read on

Program 191: TAFE SA’s 2015 Anangu Work Expo

This program includes an interview with David Leach, the Project Officer for the Anangu Work Expo which is being held in Umuwa on the APY Lands from Tuesday 18th August to Thursday 20th August. David explains why the Expo is being held and who it is aimed at... read on

Program 190: Commissioner’s consultations on Forrest Review

This week’s program includes an interview with the Commissioner for Aboriginal Engagement, Khatija Thomas. The focus is on the Commissioner’s community consultations about the Forrest Review of Indigenous Jobs and Training... read on

Program 189: ALRM on paying fines

This week’s Paper Tracker program includes an interview with Tim Hampton from the Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement (ALRM) in Port Augusta, where he works as a Financial Counsellor and Consumer Advocate. Tim lets us know about what we need to do if we get a fine... read on

Program 188: Mark Jackman on RASAC – Part 2

This week’s program includes the second part of the interview with Mark Jackman, the General Manager of the Regional Anangu Services Aboriginal Corporation (RASAC). Mark provides more information on training and employment opportunities, the APY Regional Partnership Agreement (RPA), and the ongoing problem with community street lights... read on

Program 187: Mark Jackman on Regional Anangu Services – Part 1

This program includes the first part of an interview with Mark Jackman, General Manager of the Regional Anangu Services Aboriginal Corporation (RASAC). He explains the various programs and services that the organisation provides... read on

Program 186: Richard King: APY Update – Part 2

This week’s program includes the second part of the interview recorded on 5th June 2015 with Mr Richard King, the APY Interim General Manager. He talks about job opportunities and the involvement of the APY Executive and Traditional Owners... read on

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