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 75: SA Police and Anangu jobs

Mark Zadow works for South Australia Police as its Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employee Coordinator. We talk with Mark about the steps SA Police is taking to recruit more Anangu... read on

Program 74: APY Trade Training Centre (part 2)

In this program we continue our conversation with Mark Connelly, the manager of a new training centre at Umuwa. Mark explains how the construction of an accommodation facility will allow up to 20 students to... read on

Program 73: APY Trade Training Centre (part 1)

A new centre at Umuwa will make it easier for students to learn a trade or get a job when they finish high school. Mark Connelly manages the centre. In today’s program we talk with... read on

Program 72: Swimming pools and ear health (part 2)

This program features the second part of our extended interview with Linnett Sanchez, a researcher and audiologist from Flinders University. The interview includes a discussion on the importance of developing “surgical pathways” for Anangu children... read on

Program 71: Swimming pools and ear health (part 1)

This program features the first half of an extended interview with Linnett Sanchez, a researcher and audiologist from Flinders University. Linnett discusses the key findings of a three-year investigation to work out if regular access... read on

Program 70: Disability services on Anangu land

Kelly Vincent (Dignity 4 Disability) was elected to the South Australian Parliament in 2010. In this program we talk with Kelly about her recent visit to the APY Lands. We also discuss the new National... read on

Program 69: Tjanpi Desert Weavers

Tjanpi Desert Weavers is a thriving social enterprise that has assisted hundreds of Anangu women to weave and sell glorious baskets and other woven works of art. Tjanpi Desert Weavers recently won the 2012 Deadly... read on

Program 68: Mai Wiru Regional Stores Council

In today’s program we play the first part of an extended interview with David Schomburgk from the Mai Wiru Regional Stores Council. David talks about a recent decision to cut the price of the fruit... read on

Program 67: Bushlight

In today’s program we talk with Jacqui Semmler from Bushlight, an organisation that has been helping Aboriginal communities to access safe, reliable and efficient sources of electricity for over ten years. Jacqui discusses a new... read on

Program 66: Mobile Language Team

In today’s program we play the first part of an extended interview with Karina Lester from the University of Adelaide’s Mobile Language Team. In this part of the interview, Karina talks about a project that... read on

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