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Alexis Wright

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21 September 2015

Alexis Wright is a Waanyi woman from the Gulf of Carpentaria, and one of Australia’s best writers. She won the most prestigious award for literature – the Miles Franklin award – for her novel Carpentaria in 2007. She has since published The Swan Book and is working on a memoir of the legendary Tracker Tilmouth. She joined Tiga and Amy to talk about Aboriginal storytelling, and the future of our people.

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Sol Bellear

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18 September 2015

Tiga Bayles and Amy McQuire talk to Sol Bellear, Chair of Redferm Aboriginal Medical Service and Consultant to NSW Aboriginal Land Council

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Chris Graham

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17 September 2015

Chris Graham is the owner and editor of New Matilda. He is the former managing editor of Tracker magazine and the National Indigenous Times, was the Associate Producer of John Pilger’s documentary Utopia, and is a Walkley Award and Human Rights Award winning journalist.

 Link:

https://newmatilda.com/

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Professor Michael Chandler

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16 September 2015

Tiga Bayles and Amy McQuire talk with developmental psychologist Professor Michael Chandler from the University of British Columbia.

http://www.snaicc.org.au/conference/pages/program.html

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June Oscar

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15 September 2015

Tiga Bayles and Amy McQuire talk with June Oscar, CEO of Marninwarntikura Fitzroy Women’s Resource Centre.

http://www.mwrc.com.au/

 

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Luke Pearson

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14 September 2015

Tiga Bayles and Amy McQuire talk to Luke Pearson, a qualified teacher and creator and administrator of Social Media project IndigenousX

https://twitter.com/IndigenousXLtd

http://indigenousx.com.au/

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Qld Ice Roundtable

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11 September 2015

Tiga Bayles and Amy McQuire broadcast from Qld Parliament House where QAIHC is hosting a summit to find ways of reducing methamphetamine use in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

http://www.sbs.com.au/nitv/nitv-news/article/2015/09/10/indigenous-ice-taskforce-searches-solutions-epidemic-queensland

http://www.qaihc.com.au/

 

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Professor Hugh Taylor

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09 September 2015

Tiga Bayles and Amy McQuire talk to Professor Hugh Taylor from University of Melbourne who is the lead author on a new study which warns more than 32,000 Indigenous Australians are likely to be blind by 2025 because of treatable eye conditions.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-09-01/32000-indigenous-australians-likely-to-be-blind-by-2025-report/6740244

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Chris Graham and Thom Mitchell

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08 September 2015

Chris Graham is the owner and editor of New Matilda. He is the former managing editor of Tracker magazine and the National Indigenous Times, was the Associate Producer of John Pilger’s documentary Utopia, and is a Walkley Award and Human Rights Award winning journalist.

 Thom Mitchell is New Matilda’s environment and industrial relations reporter.

Link:

https://newmatilda.com/

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Sandy Gillies and Ailsa Lively

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07 September 2015

Tiga Bayles and Amy McQuire discuss the ice addiction crisis with Sandy Gillies - General Manager, Business Innovation and Service Development at QAIHC and Ailsa Lively – Chief Executive Officer at Gindaja Treatment and Healing Centre.

http://www.qaihc.com.au/

http://www.gindaja.org.au/

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Gina Castelian and Lyle Kawangka

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04 September 2015

Tiga Bayles speaks with Gina Castelian, Director of Aurukun Bauxite Development and Lyle Kawangka, Director of ABD and of Ngan Aak-Kunch.

http://abdmining.com.au/

http://www.nganaakkunch.com.au/

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John Maynard

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03 September 2015

Tiga Bayles and Amy McQuire speak with Professor John Maynard, Director of the Wollotuka Institute at University of Newcastle.

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Aaron Smith

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02 September 2015

Tiga Bayles and Amy McQuire talk to Arron Smith, Editor of the Torres News.

http://www.torresnews.com.au/

 

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Darren Parker

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01 September 2015

Amy McQuire and Karen Dorante talk to Ngunawal man and academic Darren Parker.

https://twitter.com/darren__parker 

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Eva Cox

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31 August 2015

Eva Cox is a feminist activist who still believes it is possible to make societies more civil, responsible and fair. She is a sociologist by trade, a researcher who finds evidence for the benefits of valuing social goals over economic ones. Her two grandsons make gender fairness a serious priority, so they too can choose the roles that suit them, not just those prescribed by others’ assumptions. Her political interests are fired by her arrival here as a post war refugee. She is a Professorial Fellow at the Indigenous House of Learning at UTS.

http://www.evacox.com.au/

https://twitter.com/evacox

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Let’s Talk 31-08-2015

 Let's Talk

28 August 2015

Amy McQuire and Karen Dorante co-host Let’s Talk.

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Danny Teece-Johnson

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27 August 2015

Danny Teece-Johnson is a Gomeroi man from Moree NSW.  Danny is a documentary film maker and Video Journalist with NITV.

https://twitter.com/dannynitv

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Professor Jon Altman

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26 August 2015

Jon Altman is a social scientist with a disciplinary focus on anthropology and economics. He was the founding director of the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR) at the Australian National University and is a senior research professor, Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia and Australian Research Council Australian Professorial Fellow.

Link: http://caepr.anu.edu.au/StaffProfiles/altman.php

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Dr Dawn Casey

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25 August 2015

Amy McQuire and Karen Dorante speak with Dr Dawn Casey, Chairperson of the Indigenous Land Council.

http://www.ilc.gov.au/Home

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