The Mission - 24 December 2019
Daniel shares a short section of his interview with Dark Emu author Bruce Pascoe from earlier this year and then, deliveres a live reading of his essay 10 more days.
The Mission - 21 January 2020
Guest host Gizmo D is joined by co-host Yorta Yorta musician, Allara. First up an interview with Boonwurrung man, Steve Parker, about his work in flora and fauna education. Then Creative Director Caroline…
Uncommon Sense: New Matilda Editor Reports from Kangaroo Island
“I’ve been a journalist for many years, and covered many bushfires, but I’ve never seen anything like this.”
New Matlida editor Chris Graham, who is currently on Kangaroo Island, known as the world’s…
Understanding the Health Implications of Inhaling Bushfire Smoke
“The lungs are actually designed to only breathe in perfectly clean air.” The Dean of Health Sciences at Swinburne explains what’s happening to our lungs in the presence of bushfire smoke – and…
The Mission - 14 January 2020
Guest host Gizmo D presents selected tracks from Arrente language learing tools from the arrernte-angkentye.online resource. Plus, Bundjalung man and Firesticks Alliance Indigenous Corporation CEO Oliver Costello phone in to discuss cultural burning.
Breakfasters: An Update from Animals Australia
Director of Development at leading animal protection organisation Animals Australia Louise Bonomi tells fill-in Breakfasters Dan Teitelbaum, Steph Teitelbaum and Jason Moore what Animals Australia’s role has been during the bushfires, and what…
The Mission: NITV's Madeline Hayman-Reber Discusses the Impact of Bushfires on First Nations Communities
Award-winning NITV journalist and proud Gomeroi woman Madeline Hayman-Reber joins Declan Furber Gillick, aka Gizmo D, filling in for Daniel James on The Mission, to discuss her coverage of First Nations communities…
Uncommon Sense: Journalist Royce Kurmelovs on the Politics of the Bushfires and Transitioning Industries
Guardian journalist Royce Kurmelovs explains how “austerity politics has collided with the long arc of climate change in a way that is clearly visible on the ground” with Uncommon Sense fill-in host Ben…
The Mission - 7 January 2019
Award-winning NITV journalist Madeline Hayman-Reber has been covering the effects of the bushfires in Aboriginal communities. She tells guest host Gizmo D what she’s been seeing and hearing on the ground.