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.


Program 85: No Interest Loans

On the APY Lands, a new scheme will make it easier for Anangu to buy frigs, washing machines and other household items.... read on

Program 84: Planning and paying for a funeral

Pre-paid funeral plans are not for everyone. We look at what Anangu need to know before signing up for one of these deals... read on

Program 83: Water planning for Anangu lands

A new water plan will make it easier for Anangu to decide where mining, pastoral and other activities can be set up on their lands... read on

Program 82: Getting kids to school

Lisa Salomon talks about the experience of teaching in an Anangu community and the complex issue of school attendance... read on

Program 81: Finding out what Anangu think

Questionnaires and online surveys may be good ways to gather information from whitefellas but are they effective in Anangu communities? Sam Osborne helps us explore this question... read on

Program 80: Looking after languages

Karina Lester is an Anangu language worker who recognises the power and importance of keeping Aboriginal languages strong. Her passion for this work recently took her to Hawaii... read on

Program 79: Talking with the new Minister

Ian Hunter is the new Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation. In this program, we dig into the Minister’s past and talk about the future... read on

Program 78: Health services without borders

An alliance of health services is finding new ways to deliver programs and services to remote Anangu communities in SA and WA.... read on

Program 77: Driving with babies and children

Keeping Anangu babies and children safe in cars is at the heart of a government-funded project... read on

Program 76: Reforming the Aboriginal Land Trust

The SA Government is about to overhaul what was once Australia’s leading land rights legislation... read on

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