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 Sue Tilley and recorded at Radio Adelaide.

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

Posts

Program 300: UniSA Aboriginal Pathway Program

In this week’s interview, we find out about the Aboriginal Pathway Program, which is run by the University of South Australia. To find out about it, we talk with Tanya Weiler, the Program Director at the UniSA College, and Michelle Anderson, a Program tutor based in Ceduna... read on

Program 299: Justice reinvestment and imprisonment

In this week’s program, we find out about justice reinvestment. We talk with the Chairperson of Justice Reinvestment SA, the Honorable Doctor Robyn Layton AO QC and Jennifer Duncan, Deputy Chairperson of Justice Reinvestment SA and CEO of ‘Time for Kids’... read on

Program 298: Update from Shadow Minister for Aboriginal Affairs

In this week’s show, we talk with the leader of the South Australian Liberal Party and Leader of the Opposition, Mr Steven Marshall, who is also the Shadow Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation... read on

Program 297: Life at Wiltja Secondary College

In this week’s programme, we find out about the Wiltja Secondary College in Adelaide. We talk with Dan Bleby, Deputy Principal at Wiltja Secondary College, and Naami Kuluru, an Anangu Education Worker, and two students – Melissa Dodd and Leshaye Swan... read on

Program 296: Looking after our ears

In this week’s program, we talk about our ears and how healthy or unhealthy they might be and what we can do to improve our ear health. We talk with Dr Trish MacFarlane who is an ear nose and throat surgeon; she works at Flinders Private Hospital and regularly travels to remote communities... read on

Program 295: Mai Wiru Sugar Challenge Foundation – No to sugar!

In this week’s show we find out about the Mai Wiru Sugar Challenge Foundation and about workshops that are being run with Anangu communities to share ideas about staying strong and healthy... read on

Program 294: Ear health and hearing loss

In this week’s show we talk about middle ear disease (Otitis media) and the dangers of hearing loss and what we can do to improve ear health. We talk with Associate Professor Nicola Spurrier from SA Health... read on

Program 293: Bruce Pascoe and ‘Dark Emu’

In this week’s program, we talk with Bruce Pascoe, author of ‘Convincing Ground’ and ‘Dark Emu – Black Seeds: Agriculture or accident?’ These books focus on the significance of Aboriginal agriculture, the caring and knowledge of country, and the level of social organisation that existed long before colonisation... read on

Program 292: Art auction for APY dialysis centre

In this week’s program, we talk with Sarah Brown, the Chief Executive Officer of Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku. We find out how the plans are going for the dialysis centre in Ernabella Pukatja, and for an art auction to raise funds for the Centre... read on

Program 291: Ara Irititja holds Anangu stories

In this week’s program, we focus on history and on ways to keep history and people’s stories alive. We find out about the work of Ara Irititja – meaning, ‘Stories from a long time ago’ – and we talk with John Dallwitz, Project Manager of Ara Irititja... read on

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