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.

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Program 350: Premier on SA Aboriginal Action Plan

In this week’s program, we talk with the Premier of South Australia, the Hon Steven Marshall MP, who is also the South Australia Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation. We talk with the Premier about... read on

Program 349: Responses to Closing the Gap and CDP

In this week’s program, we talk with John Paterson, CEO of Aboriginal Peak Organisations NT, about the 11th Closing the Gap Report and about a proposal that offers an alternative model to the existing Community Development Program (CDP)... read on

Program 348: Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People

In this week’s program, we find out about the new position recently created in South Australia – the Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People. We chat with the new Commissioner, April Lawrie... read on

Program 347: Progress with APY Road

In this week’s Paper Tracker radio program, we hear about how things are going with the upgrading of the APY Road. We talk with Jon Whelan, General Manager – Infrastructure, at the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure... read on

Program 346: On The Right Track keeps us safer

In this week’s radio program we chat with Jade Wilson, Acting Coordinator of “On the Right Track”, a Road Safety and Driver Licencing program run by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure... read on

Program 345: RASAC on proposed changes to CDP

In this week’s program, we listen to the second part of an interview with Mark Jackman and Madonna Tomes from the Regional Anangu Services Aboriginal Corporation. We ask Mark and Madonna about their views on some of the proposed changes to the CDP that are currently before the Federal Parliament ... read on

Program 344: Update from RASAC

In this week’s show, we listen to the first part of an interview with Mark Jackman and Madonna Tomes from the Regional Anangu Services Aboriginal Corporation. We get an update from them about RASAC’s activities across all the communities... read on

Program 343: Great news from APY Art Centre Collective!

In this week’s program we hear from Nyunmiti Burton, an artist who is also one of the Directors of the APY Art Centre Collective, and from Skye O’Meara who’s the Manager of the Collective... read on

Program 342: Hugh Taylor: Closing the Gap on Vision

In our program today, we’re going to be talking about eye health and ways to keep our eyes healthy and strong, and ‘The Roadmap to Close the Gap for Vision’. We talk with Professor Hugh Taylor... read on

Program 341: Native Title and Far West Coast Investments

In this program, we find out about recent developments involving the Native Title Claimant Group – the Far West Coast Aboriginal Corporation – and the Far West Coast Community Trust. We talk with Ian Westley who is the Executive General Manager, Trustee and Wealth Services, at Equity Trustees... read on

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