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 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

Program 25: Policing in Anangu communities

In recent years, the South Australian Government has spent millions of dollars employing more police on the APY Lands and building new police stations. Senior Sergeant Annie Yeomans is the ‘Officer in Charge’ of policing... read on

Program 24: Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services

Brian Gleeson is the Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services. In this program, he discusses his work with 29 remote communities, including Amata and Mimili. Brian also talks about some of the recommendations contained in... read on

Program 23: Reconciliation SA

In this program, we play the first part of an interview we recently recorded with Mark Waters, Executive Officer for Reconciliation SA. Mark talks about the organisation’s work and strategic priorities.... read on

Program 22: Ara Irititja (part one)

The Ara Irititja Project returns photos, sound recordings, films and other materials to Anangu via a special digital archive. In this program, we play the first part of our interview with the Project’s Coordinator, John... read on

Program 21: Essential Services Infrastructure

Earlier this year, the South Australian Government announced plans to spend an additional $11 million, over the next four years, improving essential services infrastructure in remote Anangu communities. In this program, the Paper Tracker talks... read on

Program 20: Housing in remote Anangu communities

In this program, the Paper Tracker talks with Brenda Moran from Housing SA about the way community housing is now being built, maintained and managed in South Australia’s remote Anangu communities.... read on

Program 19: Safe Houses for Anangu women and children

In April 2008, the Mullighan Inquiry recommended that a number of safe houses should be built on the APY Lands. In this program, the Paper Tracker talks with Andrea Mason, Coordinator of the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara... read on

Program 18: Mai Wiru Regional Stores Council

In this program, the Paper Tracker talks with Kirsten Grace, General Manager of the Mai Wiru Regional Stores Council. Kirsten explains how the Council came to be established and what it is doing to improve... read on

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