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Exploring the issues that impact the lives of Aboriginal people and those at the wrong end of social justice in this country.
Tuesdays 7pm - 8pm. Presented by Daniel James.
An episode of The Mission on 14 January 2020
NITV journalist Madeline Haymen-Reber discusses First Nations communities impacted by bushfires.
An episode of The Mission on 31 December 2019
Presented by Daniel James
Daniel talks to Ian Hamm and Jill Gallagher AO.
An episode of The Mission on 3 December 2019
An episode of The Mission on 26 November 2019
Alan Harris and Raylene Harradine are Daniel's guests.
An episode of The Mission on 5 November 2019
Daniel chats with Claire G. Coleman and Richard Weston of the Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care.
Daniel airs his convo with Thomas Mayor about his new book, Finding the Heart of the Nation.
Emeritus Professor Jon Altman and Jason Kanoa from Winda-Mara Aboriginal Corporation are Daniel's guests.
Dr. Ngaree Blow tells us about disrupting the colonial model of healthcare.
Musician, songwriter, and broadcaster Kutcha Edwards drops in to talk about his webseries, ‘Kutcha’s Carpool Koorioke’.
Marcia Langton drops in to talk about the youth edition of her book ‘Welcome to Country’, and Amos Roach briefs us on ‘Neon Corroboree'.
An episode of The Mission on 17 September 2019
Uncle Jack Charles gives us the rundown on his new book 'Born Again Blakfella'.
Daniel speaks with Trevor Pearce about the upcoming repeal of public drunkenness laws, and with Tina Rate about Indigenous Literacy Day.
Stan Grant joins Daniel for a crucial conversation about racism in Australia, and the new documentary The Australian Dream.
An episode of The Mission on 20 August 2019
Daniel airs his long-form chat with Miles Franklin award-winner Melissa Lucashenko.
An episode of The Mission on 6 August 2019. Fill-in host Paul Gorrie.
An episode of The Mission on 30 July 2019
An episode of The Mission on 23 July 2019
Gunditjmara elder and Traditional Owner Denis Rose talks about the world heritage listing of Budj Bim.
Antoinette Braybrook sits down with Daniel to talk about the failures of the ParentsNext program and her speech to the UN.
Justin Mohamed tells us about the taskforce finding community-based solutions for young Indigenous people in the criminal justice system.
Filmmaker and Gunditjmara man Richard Frankland phones in for a chat ahead of his appearance at St Kilda Film Festival.
Associate Professor Luke Birchill joins the show to chat about Indigenous heart health.
Bruce Pascoe chats about his book Young Dark Emu: A Truer History.
Presented by Rachael Hocking
Martin Thomas talks about his doco 'Etched In Bone', exploring the theft and return of human bones to Arnhem Land.
Daniel James chats with Margo Neale, Senior Research Fellow of the National Museum of Australia.
An episode of The Mission on 14 May 2019
An episode of The Mission on 7 May 2019