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 144: Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary Standing Committee

This week’s program focuses on the work of the Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary Standing Committee and its recent visit to the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands... read on

Program 143: Mimili Family Wellbeing Centre

The program includes an interview with staff and community members from the Mimili Family Wellbeing Centre. They talk about the Centre’s programs and services, governance, and the training and employment of Anangu... read on

Program 142: Update from Mr Steven Marshall – SA Liberal Party

Mr Steven Marshall shares his thoughts about a range of issues, including the provision of dialysis services for Anangu, the Review of the APY Land Rights Act, the latest South Australia budget, and the relocation of the Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division... read on

Program 141: First People’s Disability Network

This program includes an interview with the First People’s Disability Network and also touches on the first anniversary of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, the Welfare Reform Review and the closure of the office of the Disability Discrimination Commissioner... read on

Program 140: DCSI Youth Programs and Activities

This week’s program includes an interview with Jacky Costanzo from the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion which coordinates a number of youth programs across the Lands. Jacky talks about the challenges facing young people and the different activities that are provided through the Youth Sheds and family centres... read on

Program 139: What’s available for young people on the Lands?

The Paper Tracker is doing a series of interviews on what programs and services are available for young people on the APY Lands. This week’s interview with Heather Eglinton of Uniting Care Wesley Country SA, is the first in this series... read on

Program 138: Peter Buckskin on Keeping Aboriginal Languages Strong

This week’s program includes an interview with Professor Peter Buckskin, the Dean of Aboriginal Scholarship at the University of South Australia. He talks about the importance of maintaining and reviving Aboriginal languages and comments on the impact of the proposed Federal Government Budget on Aboriginal programs and services... read on

Program 137: An introduction to SA Labor’s Eddie Hughes

The focus of this program is to introduce Anangu to their elected representative in the South Australian government – Mr Eddie Hughes, the Member for the Giles electorate... read on

Program 136: Does current service provision build reconciliation?

During Reconciliation Week, Australians were called on to “Walk the Talk”. This program highlights government funding and services for the APY Lands and asks whether these translate into “Walking the Talk” and contribute to reconciliation or serve to undermine it... read on

Program 135: Update on Aboriginal Affairs

This Paper Tracker program provides an overview of recent developments in Aboriginal Affairs, including a focus on Aboriginal languages interpreting and translating policy, the Regional Partnership Agreement and Federal budget cuts, amongst others... read on

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