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Adam Magennis & Madison Connors

Bunurong-based artist and head of Kaptify Art, Adam Magennis discusses his early influences, his unique creative process, and the Queen Victoria Market’s recent decision to remove and ban “inauthentic” Indigenous Art from their…

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Thomas Mayor and Remembering Uncle Jack Charles

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander listeners are advised that this episode contains the names of people who have died. In this episode, Daniel reflects on the State funeral service held for Indigenous actor…

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Dorinda Cox & Sarah Schwartz

Newly-elected WA Senator and Yamatji-Noongar woman Dorinda Cox discusses what her experience of parliament has been like thus far and how we can put a stop to the alarming rates of violence against…

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Vanessa Morris & Eddie Cubillo

Daniel is joined by fellow Triple R presenter Vanessa Morris and also Eddie Cubillo, an Associate Dean of Indigenous Research from Melbourne University, and a proud Larrakia man. Together they discuss the recent…

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Daniel Billy & Uncle Andrew Gardiner

Daniel Billy, member of the ‘Torres Strait Eight’, which recently recorded a historic win at the United Nations over the Morrison Government and its inaction on climate change, discusses how the campaign originated…

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Rachel Perkins and Professor Sandy O’Sullivan

Proud Arrernte/Kalkadoon woman Rachel Perkins discusses her new documentary series “The Australian Wars”, and explores why we fail to recognise our rugged history of imperialism and colonial violence. Then, Professor Sandy O’Sullivan, an…

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A Tribute to Uncle Jack Charles

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander listeners are advised that this episode contains the names of people who have died. In this episode, Daniel pays tribute to the life of actor and activist Uncle…

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Nerita Waight and Aunty Geraldine Atkinson

Nerita Waight, CEO of the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service (VALS) discusses the effectiveness of Victoria’s police staffing allocation and how this influences the toxic “tough on crime” theme carried throughout Victoria’s election. And…

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Michael Bell

Michael Bell, Director of the Australian War Memorial, talks about recognising Indigenous servicemen and women who served during the Vietnam conflict. With host Daniel James.
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Ngarra Murray and Nadine Miles

Proud Wamba Wamba, Yorta Yorta, Dhudhuroa and Dja Dja Wurrung woman Ngarra Murray, Executive Lead of Oxfam’s First Peoples Program, speaks about Oxfam's Straight Talk National Summit. Kicking off on August 14, the…

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Hon Linda Burney MP, Minister for Indigenous Affairs

Proud Wiradjuri woman and Minister of Indigenous Affairs the Hon Linda Burney MP talks about the proposed referendum that would enshrine an Indigenous Voice to Parliament, and the steps needed to get there…

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June Riemer and Victor Steffensen

Dunghutti woman June Riemer, Deputy CEO, First People's Disability Network, talks about the Royal Commission hearings into the NDIS, and the NDIA failing First Nations People; and descendent of the Tagalaka people, Victor…

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Shelley Ware and Lisa Gropp

Shelley Ware, Proud Yankunyjatjara and Wirangu woman, and formerly part of the ground-breaking NITV football program Marngrook, speaks about the 'Stop It At The Start' campaign that aims to reduce violence against women…

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Professor Annabelle Wilson and Cheree Toka

Associate Professor Annabelle Wilson, College of Medicine and Public Health, Flinders University, speaks about a new academic study that has identified what dietitians and nutritionists need to do to make a stronger impact…

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Tom Molyneux and Uncle James Michael ‘Widdy’ Welsh

Presenter Daniel James speaks with Gunditjmara man Tom Molyneaux about his involvement with the recent 'For Kin and Country' exhibition at the Shrine of Remembrance, which explores the personal stories of First Peoples’…

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Dr. Anita Heiss

Dr. Anita Heiss is a proud Wiradjuri woman, the Professor of Communications at the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit for The University of Queensland, an Ambassador for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation…

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Dr. Emma Lee on Urgent Action on A Voice to Parliament

Presenter Daniel James speaks to Dr. Emma Lee, Associate Professor, Indigenous Leadership, at the Centre for Social Impact, Swinburne University, and trawlwulwuy woman of tebrakunna country, north-east Tasmania. Dr. Lee tells Daniel about…

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Nerita Waight and Marcus Stewart

Presenter Daniel James talks to Nerita Waight, CEO for the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service (VALS) about Indigenous imprisonment, the recent IBAC audit of Victoria Police handling of the complaints of Aboriginal people against…

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Allira Davis

Uluru Youth Manager for the Uluru Youth dialogues, and Cobble Cobble woman, Allira Davis talks with presenter Daniel James about the Uluru Statement From The Heart. To mark the 5th anniversary of the…

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Professor Eleanor Bourke on the Yoo-rrook Justice Commission Talks Commence

Professor Eleanor Bourke, Wergaia/Wamba Wamba Elder and the Chair of Yoo-rrook Justice Commission, talks about the launch of the Yoo-rrook Justice Commission and its historic work into truth-telling, investigating past and ongoing injustices…

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Amba-Rose Atkinson and Dr Michelle Kennedy

To celebrate International Women's day, we hear from Gumbaynggirr woman and PHD-Student Amba-Rose Atkinson who talks about the impact of climate change on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health health; then, Wiradjuri Woman…

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Sue-Anne Hunter and Lee-Anne Carter

Wurundjeri and Ngurai illum Wurrung woman and Yoo-rrook Justice Commissioner Sue-Anne Hunter talks about the development of the Roadmap to Hearing Elders’ Voices; and Statewide Community Justice Program leader for the Victorian Aboriginal…

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Latoya Aroha Rule and Shakara Liddelow-Hunt

Latoya Aroha Rule is an Aboriginal & Māori, Takatāpui person residing on stolen Gadigal land, Sydney. They are undertaking their PhD at University of Technology, Sydney. Latoya speaks to Daniel about the Ban…

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Dennis Stokes and Cormach Evans

Wardaman, Luritja, Warramunga and Wagadagam man, and CEO of First Nations Media Australia, Dennis Stokes talks about the ‘Above and Beyond Broadcasting’ report, which explores First Nations media during the pandemic; and Founder…

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Kellyanne Andy and Marcus Stewart

CEO of the Elizabeth Morgan House Aboriginal Women's Service Inc (EMHAWS), Kellyanne Andy talks about the work of her organization, particularly amidst the pandemic. Kellyanne also touches on the number of Aboriginal people…

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Stephen Gapps and Veronica Gorrie

Author and public Historian, Stephen Gapps talks about his new book ‘Gudyarra: The First Wiradyuri War of Resistance - The Bathurst War, 1822–1824’. The book traces the co-ordinated resistance warfare by the Wiradyuri…

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Justin Mohamed and Kutcha Edwards

Gooreng Gooreng man, and outgoing Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People, Justin Mohamed reflects on his former role and experiences as Commissioner; and Mutti Mutti man, member of the stolen generation, singer-songwriter…

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Ian Hamm on Issues Affecting First Nations People

Yorta Yorta man and Chairperson of the First Nations Foundation, Ian Hamm talks about a range of issues affecting Aboriginal communities. Ian talks about the Black Lives Matter movement, and the importance of…

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Lee-Anne Carter and Paul Paton

Wiradjuri and Noongar woman, and Statewide Community Justice Program Leader for the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service (VALS), Lee-Anne Carter, talks about the ‘Raise the Age’ campaign, which aims to increase the Australian age…

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Chelsea Watego on her new book

Chelsea Watego, Munanjahli and South Sea Islander woman born and raised on Yuggera country, and Professor of Indigenous Health at Queensland University of Technology, talks about her collection of essays ‘Another Day in…

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Bain Attwood and Yessie Mosby

Bain Attwood, Professor of History at Monash University, discusses his book on Aboriginal activist and Yorta Yorta man, William Cooper. The book titled ‘William Cooper: An Aboriginal Life Story’, is a tribute to…

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Shaun "Silk" Burgoyne and Professor Eleanor Bourke

Shaun Burgoyne talks about his career in the AFL, as well as his new book ‘Silk: Football, Family, Respect’; and Wergaia/Wamba Wamba woman and Chair of the Yoo-rrook Justice Commission, Professor Eleanor Bourke…

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Chrissy Grant and Jill Gallagher

Kuku Yulanji and Mualgal woman, and Chairperson of the Wet Tropics Management Authority, Chrissy Grant, talks about the recent regaining of ownership of the Daintree Tropical Rainforest by its rightful owners, the Kuku…

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Karinda Taylor on the services of the First Peoples’ Health and Wellbeing organisation

First Peoples’ Health and Wellbeing is a dynamic Aboriginal community-controlled health service aiming to improve access to affordable primary health care in urban Melbourne. Wamba Wamba woman and Chief Executive Officer at First…

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Lee-Anne Carter and Fiona Cornforth

Lee-Anne Carter, Statewide Community Justice Programs Leader at Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service, talks about the Federal Court case that has been launched against the Morrison Government, seeking fair and equal access to the…

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Author Claire G. Coleman and Director Allan Clarke

Proud Wirlomin-Noongar woman and author Claire G. Coleman talks about her new book ‘Lies, Damned Lies: A Personal Exploration of the Impact of Colonisation’, a book taking the reader on a journey through…

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Journalist Karla Grant and author Thomas Mayor

Presenter, producer, and journalist Karla Grant talks about the situation surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak in Wilcannia, as well as her report on the situation for 'Living Black'; and Torres Strait Islander man and…

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Brendan Kennedy on restoring cultural flows to the Murray-Darling rivers and Paul Paton on the new cultural landscape strategy

Brendan Kennedy, Tatti Tatti man and delegate for Murray Lower Darling Rivers Indigenous Nations (MLDRIN), talks about the impact of mismanagement and inaction on the rivers, explaining the significance of the rivers to…

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COVID in Shepparton and Melb Uni's new Dilin Duwa Centre

Shannon Drake, Proud Wamba Wamba/Jaara woman and Executive Manager of Health and Wellbeing at the Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative in Shepparton, talks about the positive response from the local Indigenous community regarding the recent…

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Senator Lidia Thorpe on Closing the Gap and Lionel Austin on the Vaccine Rollout

Gunnai-Gunditjmara woman, and Senator representing the Australians Greens, Lidia Thorpe, talks about the realities of the most recent ‘Closing the Gap’ report, as well as her experience as a Senator in Canberra. Senator…