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Curtain

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25 November 2016

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Curtain is a weekly podcast which delves into the 1991 murder of an Aboriginal woman in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. An Aboriginal man was convicted of rape and murder over her death and has been in jail for over a quarter of a century. Curtain examines the trial and evidence, and considers whether he may be innocent. This is episode seven of the series

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Curtain

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18 November 2016

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Curtain is a weekly podcast which delves into the 1991 murder of an Aboriginal woman in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. An Aboriginal man was convicted of rape and murder over her death and has been in jail for over a quarter of a century. Curtain examines the trial and evidence, and considers whether he may be innocent. This is episode six of the series

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Curtain

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11 November 2016

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Curtain is a weekly podcast which delves into the 1991 murder of an Aboriginal woman in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. An Aboriginal man was convicted of rape and murder over her death and has been in jail for over a quarter of a century. Curtain examines the trial and evidence, and considers whether he may be innocent. This is episode five of the series

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lets Talk- Joseph Boston

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10 November 2016

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Joseph Boston –  Joseph Boston is an African-American writer and social worker based in Brisbane. He joins Amy McQuire to talk about the US Election which elected Donald Trump as President, and why he wasn’t particularly shocked. In fact, he had called it about a year ago, based on an understanding of US history, and what would happen following the two terms of President Barack Obama.

You can find out more of his work here:  https://josephboston.wordpress.com/

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Curtain

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04 November 2016

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Curtain is a weekly podcast which delves into the 1991 murder of an Aboriginal woman in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. An Aboriginal man was convicted of rape and murder over her death and has been in jail for over a quarter of a century. Curtain examines the trial and evidence, and considers whether he may be innocent. This is episode four of the series.

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Curtain

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28 October 2016

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Curtain is a weekly podcast which delves into the 1991 murder of an Aboriginal woman in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. An Aboriginal man was convicted of rape and murder over her death and has been in jail for over a quarter of a century. Curtain examines the trial and evidence, and considers whether he may be innocent. This is episode three of the series.

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Professor Jon Altman

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26 October 2016

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Professor Jon Altman has 40 years experience working in Indigenous economic development and is at the Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation at Deakin University. He joins Amy McQuire to talk about 40 years of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act in the NT, self-determination, decolonisation and the Community Development Programme (CDP)

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Curtain Ep2

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21 October 2016

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Curtain is a weekly podcast which delves into the 1991 murder of an Aboriginal woman in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. An Aboriginal man was convicted of rape and murder over her death and has been in jail for over a quarter of a century. Curtain examines the trial and evidence, and considers whether he may be innocent. This is episode two of the series.

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Curtain Ep1

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14 October 2016

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Curtain is a weekly podcast which delves into the 1991 murder of an Aboriginal woman in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. An Aboriginal man was convicted of rape and murder over her death and has been in jail for over a quarter of a century. Curtain examines the trial and evidence, and considers whether he may be innocent. This is episode one of the series.

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Sports Talk

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30 September 2016

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Jharal Yow Yeh and Dan Rennie preview the weekends Grand finals for the NRL and AFL.

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John Bottoms

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16 September 2016

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John Bottoms – John Bottoms is a barrister at the Cairns-based Bottoms English lawyers, and is running a class action on behalf of 300 stolen wages claimants. He joins Amy McQuire to discuss stolen wages, and says that if you are interested in finding out more contact  07 4051 5388 or go to www.stolenwages.com.au

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Sports Talk

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16 September 2016

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Sports Talk with Jharal Yow Yeh and Dan Rennie. Special guest Jack Reed.

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Ian Michael

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15 September 2016

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Ian Michael is a Noongar playwright and actor, who’s one-man play ‘Hart’ chronicles the stories of Noongar Stolen Generations survivors. He talks to Amy McQuire about how theatre helped him find out about his own family’s history, and how he uses it to tell uncomfortable truths about our past.

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Danny Teece Johnson

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13 September 2016

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Gomeroi man and NITV journalist Danny Teece Johnson joins the programme to talk about the stories he is chasing – one of which is the troubling and tragic case of Theresa Binge, an Aboriginal mother-of-three murdered in Boggabilla in 2003. Her murder has never been solved. He also discusses treaty talks in Victoria, welfare form and the cashless welfare card, and the state of black media.

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Apela and Chyna Colorado

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12 September 2016

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Apela Colorado and Chyna Colorado: Apela Colorado is an Oneida-Gaul elder, and the founder and director of the World Indigenous Science Network (WISN). Chyna has a degree in Environmental Policy. Apela and Chyna join Amy McQuire on the phone from Hawaii to discuss Indigenous science.

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Nicole Hewlett

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09 September 2016

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Nicole Hewlett is a First Nations researcher from Tasmania, currently living in Queensland and is a project manager at the Menzies School of Health Research. She joins Amy McQuire to talk about Foetal Alcohol  Spectrum Disorder (FASD) on International FASD Awareness Day.

 

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Ronny Kareni

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02 September 2016

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Ronny Kareni is an Independence advocate with Rize of the Morning Star, a campaign that uses music to shed light on the struggle of the West Papuan People. Ronny also works at 3CR Community Radio in Melbourne as Current Affairs Coordinator; and is a bass player inTabura and Sing-Sing touring around Australia and the Pacific sharing the music and culture of Oceania. Ronny Kareni grew up as a refugee from West Papua in Wewak, Papua New Guinea.

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Police Brutality Panel

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01 September 2016

In October 2013, Brisbane Indigenous Media Association worker and Gumbaynggirr man Leon Petrou was tasered, capsicum sprayed and bashed by Queensland police officers, in a case all too common to many Aboriginal people across the country.

We profile Leon’s story in Let’s Talk: Police Brutality with former Queensland police officer and First Nations man Matt Bond, former Crime and Corruption Commission Indigenous Complaints Officer Trudie Broderick and Leon himself

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Prof Chris Cunneen

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31 August 2016

Prof Chris Cunneen is a professor of criminology in the Faculty of Law at the University of New South Wales and has written extensively on juvenile justice. He joins Amy McQuire to discuss the recently released Amnesty International report into juvenile detention in Queensland.

Amy also discusses later in the programme the recent Kalgoorlie uprising, sparked by the death of an Aboriginal teenager. A 55-year-old non-Indigenous man has been charged  with his manslaughter.

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Martin Hodgson

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26 August 2016

Martin Hodgson is a Yuin man and is part of the Foreign Prisoners Support Service. He talks to Amy McQuire about two death penalty cases in the United States he is currently involved in, and the lessons we can learn when talking about Indigenous justice issues in Australia.

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