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 156: David Schomburgk on Food Security – Part 1

This program includes Part One of an interview with the General Manager of the Mai Wiru Regional Stores Council Aboriginal Corporation, David Schomburgk. Mai Wiru is an Anangu-controlled organisation that aims to improve the availability of healthy food from community stores... read on

Program 155: Andrea Mason on ‘Empowered Communities’ – Part Two

This program includes the second part of an interview recorded on 15 September with the Coordinator of the NPY Women’s Council, Ms Andrea Mason. She continues the conversation about Empowered Communities... read on

Program 154: Revd Bernie Clarke on the Uniting Church and APY Lands

This program includes an interview with the Reverend Bernie Clarke – a friend to Anangu for many years and involved with the Uniting Church on the APY Lands. He reflects on developments over the years and on the establishment of the Paper Tracker Project... read on

Program 153: Andrea Mason on Empowered Communities

This week’s program includes the first part of an interview with Andrea Mason, the Coordinator of the NPY Women’s Council. She talks about a new, national initiative called ‘Empowered Communities’ and how communities can participate... read on

Program 152: Update from Mr Steven Marshall

The latest Paper Tracker program includes an interview with the Leader of the SA Liberal Party and Leader of the Opposition, Mr Steven Marshall. He talks about his trip to the APY Lands, Constitutional Recognition, compensation for eligible members of the Stolen Generation, and the establishment of a Commissioner for Children and Young People... read on

Program 151: Road Safety on the Lands

This program explores recent changes to the Motor Vehicle Act and to the Graduated Licensing Scheme and how these could affect drivers from the APY and Maralinga Tjarutja Lands... read on

Program 150: Telecommunications Ombudsman and the APY Lands

This week’s program includes an interview with Australia’s Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO), Mr Simon Cohen. He talks about the role of the TIO in settling disputes or complaints about phone and internet services... read on

Program 149: Kelly Vincent and Dignity for Disability

This week’s program includes an interview with the Hon Kelly Vincent MLC from South Australia’s parliament, where she represents the Dignity for Disability political party. She talks about what’s being done to address the needs of Anangu living with a disability... read on

Program 148: Amanda Lee on Healthy Food in APY Stores

This program focuses on the availability and affordability of healthy food in APY Lands stores. It includes an interview with Dr Amanda Lee, who has surveyed the supply and price of food for the Nganampa Health Council... read on

Program 147: AnTEP training for Anangu Education Workers and Teachers

This program focuses on the training and support program for Anangu to become Education Workers or teachers in APY Lands schools, through the courses provided by the Anangu Tertiary Education Program (AnTEP)... read on

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