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AWAYE! - Full program podcast

ABC (Australia)

AWAYE! presents a diverse and vibrant Aboriginal arts and culture from across Australia and the best from Indigenous radio broadcasters around the world.

AWAYE! presents a diverse and vibrant Aboriginal arts and culture from across Australia and the best from Indigenous radio broadcasters around the world.

Location:

Melbourne, VIC

Description:

AWAYE! presents a diverse and vibrant Aboriginal arts and culture from across Australia and the best from Indigenous radio broadcasters around the world.

Language:

English

Contact:

Awaye! GPO Box 9994 Melbourne VIC 3001 (03) 9626 1350


Episodes

Introducing Beau James, and public exhibitions

7/24/2021
Today, we meet Sydney Opera House’s new head of First Nations programming — Beau James — and hear what they hope to bring to this very exciting and challenging role.

Duration:00:54:05

True Tracks and wallowing in emotions with Alice Skye

7/17/2021
Today, from art and architecture, to film and science — Indigenous cultures are not “terra nullius.”

Duration:00:55:53

Healing our rivers and country

7/10/2021
Today, we return to the high country and the headwaters of the biggest rivers in south-eastern Australia for a ceremony that until 2019 hadn’t been performed in generations.

Duration:01:47:56

Healing Country

7/3/2021
The NAIDOC theme of Heal Country is a challenge as much as a statement. And country is not just our part of the world, it’s the nation itself.

Duration:00:54:08

Stories from the Great Sandy Desert, and a new era at Australian Museum

6/19/2021
Associate Artistic Director Frances Rings takes us backstage at Bangarra's SandSong, and Australian Museums Unsettled is uncovering truths.

Duration:00:54:06

A Historic Appointment, and Yarning Country with Rachael Hocking

6/12/2021
Wiradjuri dancer, choreographer and contemporary dance teacher Daniel Riley is the first First Nations Artistic Director to lead a non-Indigenous dance company in Australia — he shares what's led him to this moment.

Duration:00:54:07

Art for activist sake with Richard Bell, and representing country

6/5/2021
Richard Bell has always wielded the paintbrush like a megaphone, to speak truth to power.

Duration:00:54:07

Songwomen, and the Butchella word for 'dingo'

5/29/2021
Lou Bennett has won the prestigious Red Ochre Award for a lifetime of outstanding achievement.

Duration:00:54:06

Performing grief, and 'Unbroken Connections'

5/22/2021
It’s been 26 years since Deborah Mailman and Wesley Enoch’s play The Seven Stages of Grieving debuted.

Duration:00:54:06

Thin Black Line, and sovereignty with sequins

5/15/2021
In the third episode of ABC Indigenous’ podcast Thin Black Line violence erupts as Brisbane’s frustrated Murri community march on police headquarters.

Duration:00:55:16

Thin Black Line, and the cosmic force of music

5/1/2021
We bring you the second episode of Thin Black Line, a six-part investigation into one of the most controversial deaths in custody — that of 18-year old Daniel Yock.

Duration:00:54:07

The Waters' family legacy and 'sky' in Gamilaraay

4/24/2021
This week we look at the war legacy of one family and how bravery and sacrifice didn’t count for a lot once they returned home.

Duration:00:54:08

Black blood and white tears

4/17/2021
When Dark Mofo put out a sickening call for the blood of First Nations people for an artwork it sparked outrage and condemnation. We talk to the Tasmanian Aboriginal artist who has tried to constructively engage with the festival and its parent institution MONA for the past seven years - and she tells us why she’s walking away. And former Queensland Police officer Ronnie Gorrie on her memoir Black and Blue.

Duration:00:54:05

Yhonnie Scarce's Missile Park and Shareena Clanton on experiencing racism on set

4/10/2021
Missile Park is the first major survey exhibition of the practice of Yhonnie Scarce, and actress Shareena Clanton speaks out on her experiences while on the set of Neighbours.

Duration:00:54:07

Deepening the conversation and what 'ngarraanga' means

4/3/2021
If you could listen to country, what would you hear?

Duration:00:54:06

30 Years on from the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, and the return of Yirramboi Festival

3/27/2021
Thirty years ago the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody delivered its findings. ABC Indigenous looks at just one of the more than 440 deaths that have occurred since 1991.

Duration:00:54:06

A haunting relic of scientific racism

3/20/2021
In the French city of Lyon we find a strange ethnographic object - which can only be described as a curiosity of the Western imagination.

Duration:00:54:06

We need to (re)centre Black women's voices and the winner the 2020 David Unaipon Award

3/13/2021
It seems we are perpetually in the grip of another pandemic — violence against women — but why isn't anyone listening to Black women?

Duration:00:44:29

Classical reimaginings and postcards from Yindjibarndi

3/6/2021
The artist Daniel Boyd sheds new light on the collection of the University of Sydney, reimagining the sculptures of Ancient Greece through a post-colonial lens.

Duration:00:54:05

Myths, icons and Dropbear

2/27/2021
Writer Evelyn Araluen takes down icons and explodes tropes of mythic Australianness in her debut collection Dropbear.

Duration:00:54:08