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Welcome to SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program. Broadcasting in English, we cover national news, current affairs and sport.We also bring our listeners news from other indigenous communities around the world in an effort to promote understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal culture. SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program is one of only two national indigenous radio programs in Australia.

Welcome to SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program. Broadcasting in English, we cover national news, current affairs and sport.We also bring our listeners news from other indigenous communities around the world in an effort to promote understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal culture. SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program is one of only two national indigenous radio programs in Australia.
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Sydney, NSW

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Welcome to SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program. Broadcasting in English, we cover national news, current affairs and sport.We also bring our listeners news from other indigenous communities around the world in an effort to promote understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal culture. SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program is one of only two national indigenous radio programs in Australia.

Language:

Multilingual

Contact:

SBS Radio Sydney Locked Bag 028 Crows Nest NSW 1585 Australia (02) 9430 2828


Episodes

Steven Oliver has a Chance Affair

10/17/2018
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The hilarious Steven Oliver tells us about his new show "A Chance Affair" and why the debate around religious schools and gay students is causing further damage to our youth.

Duration:00:11:59

‘Destroying country’: Elders protest fracking at Origin's AGM

10/17/2018
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Traditional Owners say if Origin Energy drills on their land it will destroy their way of life.

Duration:00:09:57

SBS Radio launches National Languages Competition 2018

10/15/2018
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SBS Radio encourages all Australians to celebrate language learning with the SBS National Languages Competition 2018

Duration:00:08:26

NITV Radio's Danny Teece-Johnson goes one-on-one with the Betoota Advocate

9/12/2018
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NITV Radio's Danny Teece-Johnson goes one-on-one with the Betoota Advocate to discuss "Uncle Tony"

Duration:00:23:00

Award winning Author Melissa Lucashenko chats to NITV Radio on Indigenous Literacy Day.

9/6/2018
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"You Young mob, all you gotta do to start writing a story is to grab a pen and paper and write for five minutes, dont make it bigger than it has to be, just keep it to five minutes"

Duration:00:11:52

Bubup Wilam School leading the way in Aboriginal Early Childhood Education

9/5/2018
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Danny Teece-Johnson speaks with Angie Zerella, the Education & Training Manager at BuBup Wilam School in Melbourne on the importance of Indigenous Literacy Day.

Duration:00:10:50

Gina Williams sings the Noongar language to the world

9/3/2018
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Gina Williams is one of those rare performers who connects and captures audiences through the power of song. And it’s made even more special when it’s sung in rare Noongar language.

Duration:00:15:33

Kodie Bedford wins the prestigious Balnaves Foundation Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Fellowship

9/3/2018
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Belvoir has announced Kodie Bedford as the recipient of the Balnaves Foundation Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Fellowship, an evolution of the Balnaves Foundation Indigenous Playwright Award, which has long been recognised as one of the most prestigious playwriting awards in Australia.

Duration:00:12:39

Tasman Keith, Bowraville & "My Pelopolees"

8/29/2018
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Tasman Keith is a mission boy who was raised between bustling inner city Sydney and the humble Bowraville Mission in the Nambucca Valley, northern New South Wales. An ode to his Uncle Spits, and grandfather Billy Jack, My Pelopolees reflects the strength of Tasman Keith’s ancestry, his community and the role of hip-hop intertwining. Keith references the interconnectedness between the future and past, wields his personal triumph to motivate other Indigenous people, and – inspired by artists...

Duration:00:19:10

Going Places with Ernie Dingo

8/27/2018
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NITV is excited to present a new season of ‘Going Places with Ernie Dingo’ from Sunday 2 September at 7.30pm. The series follows television personality Ernie Dingo as he travels the length and breadth of Australia, visiting stunning destinations and meeting the traditional owners and locals who live in each region. Over each episode, Ernie uncovers their connections to the land and why they love living where they do.

Duration:00:19:26

National Congress Co-Chair reflects on the new Prime Minister and Cabinet

8/27/2018
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Co Chair of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples, Rod Little talks to NITV Radio's Danny Teece-Johnson about the new Prime Minister & Cabinet and what that might mean for Indigenous Affairs.

Duration:00:13:46

Dobby brings the fire to NITV Radio

8/20/2018
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"Hip Hop is a direct form of expression. What I love about it is the fact that you can be quite political, you can speak your mind and tell your story." "That's another thing, hip hop is free, its an oral education, its passed form parents to youth, all you need is a beat boxer and that's all you need to engage in hop hop" Dobby.

Duration:00:14:50

Shelley Cable seeks to unlock Indigenous potential in accounting and finance

8/13/2018
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“We’ve got billions of dollars pumped into our communities, our businesses and organisations by government and Native Title combination, and we don’t have enough people in these roles to make the final call on where that money goes." - Shelley cable

Duration:00:07:35

Natasha Wanganeen questions diversity on Australian screens

8/13/2018
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Natasha Wanganeen podcast

Duration:00:11:48

Matildas coach unleashing Indigenous soccer talent

7/25/2018
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"Two day soccer clinic ran by the Matildas coach was a tremendous success attracting more than 100 kids, boys and girls, each day."

Duration:00:07:50

Celebrating Trudy Snow's story for NAIDOC Week

7/11/2018
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"Keep going, there's to be hard times but you've got to push through. Make sure you yarn up strong when you are going through bad times as well" Trudy Snow Miss Kwobordok 'Beautiful' NAIDOC pageant Perth 2018.

Duration:00:07:23

Celebrating Marlene Gilson's story for NAIDOC Week

7/9/2018
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"If you have a dream just go for it. Everyone can make their dream happen if they want to"- Wathaurung artist Marlene Gilson.

Duration:00:15:07

Aborginal water rights are now on the table

7/6/2018
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An old Ngarrindjeri gentleman who has passed along now said, our management plan of water was simply don’t be greedy, take what you need and let the water flow to the nation down below you." NBAN Chair Fred Hooper(Murrawarri)

Duration:00:14:39

Prevent scammers

6/29/2018
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Duration:00:01:16

Nooky in coversation for NITV The Point

6/22/2018
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"For me growing up I only felt like there was football or jail. I played football, I was alright, I wasn't the best. So when I wrote the song 'The Greatest,' I said we can choose death, football or cell bars cuz. Not me I sell bars cuz. Which was like, I choose my own thing." -Nooky (Yuin rapper)

Duration:00:17:36