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 7: Commissioner for Aboriginal Engagement

Khatija Thomas works for the South Australian Government as a Commissioner for Aboriginal Engagement. On this program, Rose Lester talks with Khatija about her role and what it means for people in remote Aboriginal communities.... read on

Program 6: Anangu women in Adelaide

The “Anangu Women in Leadership” program – funded by the Federal Government – is run by UnitingCare Wesley Port Adelaide. It supports Anangu women who have moved to Adelaide. This broadcast includes interviews with the... read on

Program 5: Changes to CDEP

In recent years, the Federal Government has made a lot of changes to the CDEP program (Community Development Employment Projects). This broadcast features the first part of an interview with Dr Kirrily Jordan, a researcher... read on

Program 4: Mullighan Inquiry

Rose Lester and Jonathan Nicholls discuss the findings of the 2008 Mullighan Inquiry into child sexual abuse on the APY Lands and its 46 recommendations.... read on

Program 3: Dialysis (part 2)

This program features the second part of our extended interview with Sarah Brown from the Western Desert Dialysis Project. We also provide updates on some of the programs and activities governments are undertaking in Anangu... read on

Program 2: Dialysis (part 1)

Rose Lester and Jonathan Nicholls discuss access to dialysis for people from South Australia’s remote Anangu communities. We then play the first part of an interview with Sarah Brown from the Western Desert Dialysis Project.... read on

Program 1: Introducing the Paper Tracker

Rose Lester talks with Jonathan Nicholls about the origin and goals of the Anangu Lands Paper Tracker project and the decision to launch a weekly radio show.... read on

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