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 35: APY Regional Partnership Agreement (part one)

Chris Malcolm is the General Manager of Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY), the land-holding body for the APY Lands. On today’s show, we play the first part of an extended interview with Chris about how APY... read on

Program 34: Children’s ear health in Anangu communities

Linnett Sanchez is an audiologist and researcher from Flinders University. On today’s show, we talk with Linnett about the health of children’s ears in Anangu communities, particularly the incidence of middle ear disease, and how... read on

Program 33: “Aboriginal people are always at funerals”

In January 2012, Aboriginal leader Tauto Sansbury wrote a letter highlighting the alarming number of premature deaths occurring in South Australia’s Aboriginal community. On today’s program we talk with Tauto about his letter and how... read on

Program 32: Government Accountability and the Mullighan Inquiry

In this program, the Paper Tracker looks at the South Australian Government’s ongoing response to the recommendations of the Mullighan Inquiry into child sexual abuse on the APY Lands. This includes talking with former SA... read on

Program 31: SA’s new Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation and 2011 highlights

This program Includes the second part of our extended interview with the Hon. Paul Caica MP, South Australia’s new Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation in which he talks about the ongoing reviews of Aboriginal... read on

Program 30: Aboriginal Transitional Housing and Outreach Service (ATHOS)

ATHOS is a new accommodation service for people from remote and regional Aboriginal communities who are sleeping rough in Adelaide because they don’t have anywhere else to stay. On today’s program we talk with Claire... read on

Program 29: SA’s new Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation

Paul Caica is South Australia’s new Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation. The Paper Tracker recently spoke with the Minister about his new role and priorities. This program includes the first part of that interview.... read on

Program 28: Yarning on about sexual health

SHine SA is an organisation working to improve the sexual health and wellbeing of South Australian people. In today’s program, two SHine SA staff – Frances Rigney and Aaron Ken – talk with the Paper... read on

Program 27: Kakarrara Wilurrara Health Alliance

Dr David Scrimgeour works for the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia. In today’s program, we talk with David about the Kakarrara Wilurrara Health Alliance and how it is changing the way health services are... read on

Program 26: Ara Irititja (part two)

This program features the second part of an extended interview with John Dallwitz from the Ara Irititja Project. The Project began in 1994 and returns photos, sound recordings, films and other materials to Anangu via... read on

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