The Mission: How Claire G. Coleman’s New Sci-Fi Novel Sheds Light on Aboriginal History
Claire G. Coleman, Noongar woman and acclaimed writer, joins The Mission’s Daniel James following the release of her second novel, The Old Lie, which depicts a war fought in space between…
The Mission: ‘Finding the Heart of the Nation’ with Thomas Mayor
Thomas Mayor, a Torres Strait Islander man living on Larrakia land in Darwin, chats with Daniel on The Mission about his new book Finding the Heart of the Nation chronicling his 18-month journey…
Marcia Langton - The Mission
Professor Marcia Langton discusses the youth edition of her book 'Welcome To Country'.
How Marcia Langton Is Incorporating Indigenous Stories into the School Curriculum
Last year, Professor Marcia Langton released her book Welcome to Country: A Travel Guide to Indigenous Australia, which was intended to preserve and map out the collective memory of Aboriginal and Torres Strait…
The Mission – 10 September 2019
Uncle Jack Charles gives us the rundown on his new book 'Born Again Blakfella'.
The Mission – 3 September 2019
Daniel speaks with Trevor Pearce about the upcoming repeal of public drunkenness laws, and with Tina Rate about Indigenous Literacy Day.
All Blak Women Edition of Still Here
Rachael Hocking and Madeline Hayman-Reber co-host an all Blak women edition of Still Here. In addition to spinning an array of excellent tunes by Blak women, Rachael and Madeline give us in-depth…
Why Australia’s Past Is Anything but History with Stan Grant on The Mission
Stan Grant is a television journalist, Indigenous and International Affairs Analyst for the ABC, and Global Affairs Professor at Griffith University. In his previous work, Stan has looked into how Australia’s democratic and…