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NG Media Podcasts
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These podcasts contain a collection of Aboriginal ghost /mamu stories from across the Ngaanyatjarra Lands in Western Australia. Some are traditional stories....some are real-life stories... Listen up! But don't get too scared... Also included is a wonderful collection of stories from the Ngaanyatjarra Dreaming series that share what life is like for the people of the Ngaanyatjaara Lands and how traditional culture still plays a big part in everyday life. Stories are recorded in Australian In ...
 
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NG Media Podcasts
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These podcasts contain a collection of Aboriginal ghost /mamu stories from across the Ngaanyatjarra Lands in Western Australia. Some are traditional stories....some are real-life stories... Listen up! But don't get too scared... Also included is a wonderful collection of stories from the Ngaanyatjarra Dreaming series that share what life is like for the people of the Ngaanyatjaara Lands and how traditional culture still plays a big part in everyday life. Stories are recorded in Australian In ...
 
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As part of this Ngaanyatjarra Tale, the kids take over the mic. Students from Wingellina Remote Community School, Nare and Deandra, interviews Aboriginal leaders who live on the lands. In this interview, Nare and Deandra interviews Carl Kaiyippi Roberts – a community Constable from Mimili Community.
 
As part of this Ngaanyatjarra Tale, the kids take over the mic. Students from Wingellina Remote Community School, Nare and Deandra, interviews Aboriginal leaders who live on the lands. In this interview, Nare and Deandra interviews Carl Kaiyippi Roberts – a community Constable from Mimili Community.
 
As part of this Ngaanyatjarra Tale, the kids take over the mic. Student from Wingellina Remote Community School, Nare, interviews Aboriginal leaders who live on the lands. In this interview, Nare interviews Bonnie Levi – CDP worker for Irrunytju community.
 
As part of this Ngaanyatjarra Tale, the kids take over the mic. Student from Wingellina Remote Community School, Nare, interviews Aboriginal leaders who live on the lands. In this interview, Nare interviews Bonnie Levi – CDP worker for Irrunytju community.
 
Yukulti and Yalti are sisters, they talk about growing up in the Ngaanyatjarra lands. They talk about a crashed plane near their community.
 
Yukulti and Yalti are sisters, they talk about growing up in the Ngaanyatjarra lands. They talk about a crashed plane near their community.
 
Yukulti is an Anangu Minmaya (Elder lady) who talks about her life growing up in the Ngaanyatjarra lands. She also talks about the local water holes which she now looks after.
 
Yukulti is an Anangu Minmaya (Elder lady) who talks about her life growing up in the Ngaanyatjarra lands. She also talks about the local water holes which she now looks after.
 
Yalti is an Anangu Minmaya (Elder lady) who talks about her life growing up in the Ngaanyatjarra lands. She also talks about grinding local grass seeds to make damper.
 
Yalti is an Anangu Minmaya (Elder lady) who talks about her life growing up in the Ngaanyatjarra lands. She also talks about grinding local grass seeds to make damper.
 
Irrunytju Band is from the remote Aboriginal community of Wingellina. They have performed at Bush Bands Bash, Nannup festival and will Support Midnight Oil in Darwin. Chris Reid, leader singer of Irrunytju Band, speaks of what is important to Anangu people. http://music.ngmedia.org.au/artists/irrunytju-band…
 
Irrunytju Band is from the remote Aboriginal community of Wingellina. They have performed at Bush Bands Bash, Nannup festival and will Support Midnight Oil in Darwin. Chris Reid, leader singer of Irrunytju Band, speaks of what is important to Anangu people. http://music.ngmedia.org.au/artists/irrunytju-band…
 
Irrunytju Band is from the remote Aboriginal community of Wingellina. They have performed at Bush Bands Bash, Nannup festival and will Support Midnight Oil in Darwin. Chris Reid, leader singer of Irrunytju Band, speaks of the importance of music to Anangu people. http://music.ngmedia.org.au/artists/irrunytju-band…
 
Irrunytju Band is from the remote Aboriginal community of Wingellina. They have performed at Bush Bands Bash, Nannup festival and will Support Midnight Oil in Darwin. Chris Reid, leader singer of Irrunytju Band, speaks of the importance of music to Anangu people. http://music.ngmedia.org.au/artists/irrunytju-band…
 
Jan Mountney is a Christian missionary and teacher of Ngaanyatjarra. She has spent nearly three decades on the lands doing this work. In this episode, she talks about lessons she has learnt from Anangu people that she carries in her daily life.
 
Jan Mountney is a Christian missionary and teacher of Ngaanyatjarra. She has spent nearly three decades on the lands doing this work. In this episode, she talks about lessons she has learnt from Anangu people that she carries in her daily life.
 
Jan Mountney is a Christian missionary and teacher of Ngaanyatjarra. She has spent nearly three decades on the lands doing this work. In this episode, she talks about the Ngaanyatjarra language.
 
Jan Mountney is a Christian missionary and teacher of Ngaanyatjarra. She has spent nearly three decades on the lands doing this work. In this episode, she talks about the Ngaanyatjarra language.
 
Warakurna artists are based in the Remote Aboriginal community of Warakurna. They use traditional and modern artistic techniques to tell the stories of the Ngaanyatjarra lands. In this episode, we speak to Jane Menzies and Christabel Porter about their work. http://warakurnaartists.com.au
 
Warakurna artists are based in the Remote Aboriginal community of Warakurna. They use traditional and modern artistic techniques to tell the stories of the Ngaanyatjarra lands. In this episode, we speak to Jane Menzies and Christabel Porter about their work. http://warakurnaartists.com.au
 
Tjanpi Desert weavers is an initiative started by NPY Womens council, to provide sustainable income for Anangu women. They are based in the remote Aboriginal Community of Warakurna. In this episode we speak to Cynthia Bourke and Annieka Skinner about their story. https://tjanpi.com.au
 
Tjanpi Desert weavers is an initiative started by NPY Womens council, to provide sustainable income for Anangu women. They are based in the remote Aboriginal Community of Warakurna. In this episode we speak to Cynthia Bourke and Annieka Skinner about their story. https://tjanpi.com.au
 
Wilton Foster is an Indigenous Elder from Wanarn remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this episode, he speaks of Goanna.
 
Wilton Foster is an Indigenous Elder from Wanarn remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this episode, he speaks of Goanna.
 
Wilton Foster is an Indigenous Elder from Wanarn remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this episode, he speaks of Witchetty Grub.
 
Wilton Foster is an Indigenous Elder from Wanarn remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this episode, he speaks of Witchetty Grub.
 
Wilton Foster is an Indigenous Elder from Wanarn remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this episode, he speaks of Kangaroo.
 
Wilton Foster is an Indigenous Elder from Wanarn remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this episode, he speaks of Kangaroo.
 
Wilton Foster is an Indigenous Elder from Wanarn remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this episode, he speaks of Bush Turkey.
 
Wilton Foster is an Indigenous Elder from Wanarn remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this episode, he speaks of Bush Turkey.
 
Olive Lawson is a Minmaya (Lady) from Warburton remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this episode, spoken in her native tongue, Ngaanyatjarra, she speaks of going bush and collecting Honey Ants.
 
Olive Lawson is a Minmaya (Lady) from Warburton remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this episode, spoken in her native tongue, Ngaanyatjarra, she speaks of going bush and collecting Honey Ants.
 
Olive Lawson is a Minmaya (Lady) from Warburton remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this translated episode, she talks about going bush and collecting Honey Ants.
 
Olive Lawson is a Minmaya (Lady) from Warburton remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this translated episode, she talks about going bush and collecting Honey Ants.
 
Olive Lawson is a Minmaya (Lady) from Warburton remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this episode, spoken in her native tongue, Ngaanyatjarra, she speaks of the making of traditional bush medicine.
 
Olive Lawson is a Minmaya (Lady) from Warburton remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this episode, spoken in her native tongue, Ngaanyatjarra, she speaks of the making of traditional bush medicine.
 
Olive Lawson is a Minmaya (Lady) from Warburton remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this translated episode, she talks about the making of traditional bush medicine.
 
Olive Lawson is a Minmaya (Lady) from Warburton remote Aboriginal community on the Ngaanyatjarra lands of Western Australia. In this translated episode, she talks about the making of traditional bush medicine.
 
Roma Butler shares a traditional ghost story from the Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia. This Episode has been recorded in the Ngaanyatjarra Language and includes an English voice over. Listen up! But don't get too scared.
 
Roma Butler shares a traditional ghost story from the Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia. This Episode has been recorded in the Ngaanyatjarra Language and includes an English voice over. Listen up! But don't get too scared.
 
This is a true story about a mamu that came in the form of wind storm. Told by Natalie O'Toole from Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia. This version has been recorded in the Ngaanyatjarra Language and has an English voice over.Listen up! But don't get too scared...
 
This is a true story about a mamu that came in the form of wind storm. Told by Natalie O'Toole from Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia. This version has been recorded in the Ngaanyatjarra Language and has an English voice over.Listen up! But don't get too scared...
 
This is a true story about a mamu that came in the form of wind storm - from Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia. This version has been recorded in the Ngaanyatjarra Language.Listen up! But don't get too scared...
 
This is a true story about a mamu that came in the form of wind storm - from Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia. This version has been recorded in the Ngaanyatjarra Language.Listen up! But don't get too scared...
 
This is a traditional story about a mamu with sores all over its body - from Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia. This version has been recorded in the Ngaanyatjarra Language with English voice overs.Listen up! But don't get too scared....
 
This is a traditional story about a mamu with sores all over its body - from Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia. This version has been recorded in the Ngaanyatjarra Language with English voice overs.Listen up! But don't get too scared....
 
This is a traditional story about a mamu with sores all over its body - from Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia. This version has been recorded in the Ngaanyatjarra Language.Listen up! But don't get too scared
 
This is a traditional story about a mamu with sores all over its body - from Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia. This version has been recorded in the Ngaanyatjarra Language.Listen up! But don't get too scared
 
A story of a mamu monster who steal babies from Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia. This version has been recorded in the Ngaanyatjarra Language.Listen up! But don't get too scared...
 
A story of a mamu monster who steal babies from Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia. This version has been recorded in the Ngaanyatjarra Language.Listen up! But don't get too scared...
 
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