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 231: Steven Marshall on SA Liberals ‘2036 Manifesto’

This week’s program is about the South Australia Liberal Party’s “2036 Manifesto”. We interview Mr Steven Marshall, Leader of the SA Liberals and Leader of the Opposition in South Australia... read on

Program 230: Update on Dialysis from Purple House

This week’s program is about community-base dialysis and includes interviews with Sarah Brown, the Chief Executive Officer of Western Desert Dialysis Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku, and Philip Price who is helping Western Desert Dialysis to raise funds for the running costs of the Ernabella/Pukatja Dialysis Centre... read on

Program 229: Ernabella Arts on Power Outages

This week’s program is the third and final interview in our series about the supply of electricity to remote Anangu communities. The interview is with Mr Pepai Jangala Carroll and Ms Vivian Thompson from Ernabella Arts... read on

Program 228: Vince Duffy (DSD) on remote power supply

This week’s program is the second interview in our series about the supply of electricity to remote Anangu communities. The interview is with Mr Vince Duffy, Executive Director of the Energy Markets and Programs Division of the Department of State Development. We look at the next level of responsibility for the supply and management of electricity to remote Aboriginal communities ... read on

Program 227: Essential Services Commission and Power Outages

This week’s program is about the supply of electricity to remote Anangu communities. It is the first program in a series that focuses on the supply of power and the effects of power outages on Anangu communities. The interview is with the Chief Executive Officer of the Essential Services Commission of South Australia (ESCOSA), Mr Adam Wilson... read on

Program 226: Reflections from Duncan McFetridge

This week’s program focuses on the activities of the Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary Standing Committee; community-based dialysis; hearing loss among Anangu children; and the changes to the South Australia Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988. We talk about these issues with the Shadow Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation, Dr Duncan McFetridge... read on

Program 225: David Caruso on Aboriginal Heritage Act

This week’s Paper Tracker radio program includes an interview with the President of the Law Society of South Australia, Mr David Caruso. We hear about his views on proposed cut backs in funding for regional and remote courts in South Australia and about the process that was followed for making changes to the SA Aboriginal Heritage Act... read on

Program 224: Update from Tammy Franks MLC

In this week’s Paper Tracker radio program, we talk with the Honourable Tammy Franks MLC from the SA Greens Party. Tammy shares her thoughts on the recent changes to the SA Aboriginal Heritage Act, community-based dialysis, the Royal Commission into the Nuclear Fuel Cycle, and community street lighting ... read on

Program 223: More from Mai Wiru about Healthy food

We continue our talk with the General Manager of the Mai Wiru Regional Stores Council Aboriginal Corporation, David Schomburgk. This program includes the second part of the interview and focuses on Mai Wiru’s achievements and challenges ... read on

Program 222: ‘Mai Wiru’ talks about healthy food

The focus of this week’s Paper Tracker radio program is on healthy and affordable food. We talk with the General Manager of the Mai Wiru Regional Stores Council Aboriginal Corporation, David Schomburgk... read on

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