The Mission - 28 May 2019
Directors Martin Thomas and Béatrice Bijon discuss their doco Etched In Bone, exploring the theft and return of human bones to Arnhem Land. Then, Daniel speaks with CEO of Reconciliation Victoria, Diana David.
The Mission - 29 October 2019
Claire G. Coleman delves into her second novel, The Old Lie; then, Richard Weston, chief executive of the Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care, discusses the Family Matters report, showing Aboriginal…
The Mission - 15 October 2019
Winda-Marra CEO Jason Kanoa discusses the need for Criminal Record Discrimination reform. Daniel also interviews Emeritus Professor Jon Altman about the research he has conducted on the detrimental impact of Newstart on Aboriginal…
Breakfasters 4 - 8 November 2019
Daniel kick-starts things by telling a story fit for a horror film; Egyptian-American author, anarchist and feminist Mona Eltahawy is here for Broadside festival, and tells the team about her new book The…
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.
The Mission – 9 July 2019
Antoinette Braybrook sits down with Daniel to talk about the failures of the ParentsNext program and her speech to the UN.
The Glasshouse: Found in Translation
No Friend but the Mountains: Writing from Manus Prison, chronicling Iranian journalist Behrouz Boochani’s detainment at Manus Island, was released in 2018; the following year it received the Victorian Prize for Literature…