Best aboriginal podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Nakkiah and Miranda have conversations Australia is uncomfortable having—about sex, relationships, dating, power, and, most difficult of all, race.
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Most readers of Stephen Leacock's works are familiar with his witty and humorous writings, but few may be aware that he was also a gifted teacher, political ideologue, economist and fiction writer. Though he wrote six books on Canadian history, none of them attained the status of a standard text on the subject and were regarded more as opinion pieces without much academic foundation. Yet, the Chronicles of Canada series by Stephen Leacock remains an interesting and entertaining read. In this ...
In this podcast series, Voices of Vision: Yukon Aboriginal Self-Government, some of the key people who have been involved in the continuing journey of self-government and implementation share their stories in their own words.
This book describes Canada from the beginning of existence to its first European discoverers and includes a brief history of the aboriginal people. These little books were designed to cover Canadian history in a scholarly and readable fashion.
Weekly current affairs roundtable focusing on Indigenous issues and events. Hosted by Rick Harp.
Welcome to the Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace podcast! This stream is a mixture of interviews and public talks that look at how Indigenous people are engaging with digital media technology, with an emphasis on how we are envisioning alternative, Indigenously-determined futures.
Red Man Laughing
Hosted by Anishinaabe comedian Ryan McMahon, the Red Man Laughing Podcast is a space for independent, forward thinking, conversations, investigations, pontifications & disruptions about the good, bad & the ugly between Indian Country & the mainstream.
The National Gallery of Australia is one of the world's most recently established national galleries. It opened to the public in 1982, after little more than a decade of collecting. The Gallery now holds the nation's largest and most valuable collection of art.
Native Trailblazers - FRI'S 8PM EST - Hosted by Mohawk Journalist, Editor and Public Speaker Vincent Schilling and CEO of Schilling Media, Inc. Delores Schilling.
Indian & Cowboy
WELCOME TO INDIAN & COWBOY Indian & Cowboy is an independent Indigenous media company that creates, produces & publishes Indigenous media projects across multiple platforms on the internet & for broadcast media.We are rooted firmly at the intersection between digital media art, podcasting & Indigenous Storytelling.We aim to disrupt, engage & empower.These are our stories.
Uplifting Fallen humanity one broadcast at a time. with a focus On Women , Business, and Children...
Listen to interviews, features and community stories from the SBS Radio Living Black Radio program, including news from Australia and around the world.
RezBirds is a team of four Indigenous men that are tackling the hard hitting issues of modern society with eloquent lunacy. If you like deep issues but would rather they went off the deep end than into an ivory tower, then this podcast is a must listen. The team uses adult language and themes and it is not a PG program. Listener discretion is advised.
Chill-out music from around the world. Music videos from Global Chilling.
AWAYE! presents a diverse and vibrant Aboriginal arts and culture from across Australia and the best from Indigenous radio broadcasters around the world.
A podcast for all those socially conscious moms. I'm a black mom, raising black kids in a white world and this podcast is about the funny and not so funny moments that come with being a person of color in today's world. This is real talk about social issues, black and brown lives, black hair, relationships, mommy'ing through those terrible three's (yes I said three's), parenting kids of all ages and all the fun that comes with motherhood... all discussed with a twist of color.
RezXperts features a Canadian Indigenous - Aboriginal perspective in todays world, providing interviews, commentary, and discussion on current affairs, news, politics, culture, lifestyles, and more.
AWAYE! presents a diverse and vibrant Aboriginal arts and culture from across Australia and the best from Indigenous radio broadcasters around the world.
Grow the Music meets
Grow the Music is a creative Music and Arts program that deliver extensive and ongoing workshops in regional and remote communities across Australia.
Audio guide to thirty works from the National Indigenous Art Triennial 07: culture warriors shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 14 July – 16 October 2006
The show is about Indigenous issues covering local and international news combined with well known Indigenous artists. Interviews with prominent Aboriginal voices and experts will accentuate highlights of the show to deliver important content for all audiences.
Living Black Podcast
Hosted by Karla Grant, Living Black is Australia's premier indigenous news and current affairs program. Watch Living Black every Wednesday at 6pm on SBS TV.
This is Curtain – a podcast where we pull back the blinds to shine a light on the darkest parts of our justice system and ask – who are the victims? Could an Aboriginal man who has served 25 years in prison for Murder be innocent? Hosts Amy McQuire and Martin Hodgson
Urban Theatre Projects re-imagines what theatre can be and who it can be for. From our base in Sydney’s south west, we find new ways to tell contemporary Australian stories that show the uniquely personal within the universal.
Nation To Nation
Nation to Nation takes a weekly look at the politics affecting Aboriginal people in Canada. Join host Todd Lamirande as he connects you to the decision makers in Ottawa and across the country.
This work, then, contains a collection of the myths, legends, and folk-lore of the principal Wabanaki, or Northeastern Algonquin, Indians; that is to say, of the Passamaquoddies and Penobscots of Maine, and of the Micmacs of New Brunswick. All of this material was gathered directly from Indian narrators, the greater part by myself, the rest by a few friends; in fact, I can give the name of the aboriginal authority for every tale except one. (Summary by Charles Godfrey Leland)
Dash 4 Cash
Camp Quality - supporting children with cancer
DJ Kwe's Wax Warriors show is a collection of inspirational and downright groovy DJ mixes that spark the fire, quench the thirst, and leave you feeling the love. It is a bond between listeners when nothing else matters. It is the touch of soul, the breath of life and the spirit of all who dance in the shadow of the moon. Positive change awaits you!Thanks for experiencing me!
Jessica Mauboy and Dan Sultan star in Bran Nue Dae, a feel-good musical set in Broome in the 1960s alongside Geoffrey Rush and Ernie Dingo. The pair sing four songs from the movie and discuss the film making process with Max's Yumi Stynes. Click the Website link to view the trailer.
Songlines are ancient energy lines that run between places, animals and people, criss-crossing the entire Australian continent. Far more than just navigational pathways, songlines contain vast amounts of knowledge and information in Aboriginal society. Come travel the multi-dimensional songlines and learn about the real history of Australia and the world's oldest continuing ancient culture.
The Anishinabek of the Gitchi Gami Environmental Programs (AGG) is a non-profit organization on Fort William First Nation, next to Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. These podcasts are stories from our grassroots community-focused work.
Audio guide to works from the NGA exhibition Michael Riley: sights unseen shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 13 October 2007 – 10 February 2008
Mitos y Leyendas
Genny De Bernardo shares stories of our wonderful America - "I am passionate about the myths and legends of our land. The wonderful wisdom of the aborigines, the respect to their elders, the worship of their gods, the love and care lavished on its surroundings, and the magic of their stories."
First Peoples Disability Network (Australia) is a national organisation of and for Australia’s First Peoples with disability, their families and communities. Its purpose is to promote respect for human rights, secure social justice, and empower First Peoples with disability to participate in Australian society on an equal basis with others. We are the custodians of the narratives of First Peoples with disability, their families and communities and we recognise this important responsibility.B ...
Stayin' Strong
General health and wellbeing information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Legal rights information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders
This is a collection of folk tales originating in Canada, some from aboriginal oral tradition and others due to early French, Scottish, Irish and British colonists. They are presented as "fables" though many are without obvious moral. (Summary by Sean Michael Hogan)
Each week the team from Wangki Yupurnanapuru Radio in Fitzroy Crossing in the Kimberley, travel around the Fitzroy Valley to collect recordings, stories & song in local Aboriginal languages.
Explore the Gallery in the company of former director, Edmund Capon, and hear him talk about his favourite works in the collection. The tour includes Australian art from colonial to present day, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander art, Old Masters, Asian and contemporary art.
This was written in the mid 1800’s at time when Australia saw an influx of immigration from Europe and when England was sending some prisoners to Australia rather than to prisons. Haygarth shows us what it is like, and what it takes, to live in the Australian Bush. He shows us about the different life on a cattle/sheep station, living miles from the nearest neighbor, getting to town just a few times a year and that it may be several hundred miles away. From his own experiences relates dealin ...
Welcome to Goat Island – Sydney’s explosives storage site for almost 80 years. This self-guided tour combines a spectacular location with a rich Aboriginal, convict and Maritime presence. The tour explores the convict built gunpowder storage precinct, the stories of the islands most notorious convicts, the water police station, the grand Harbour Master’s residence as well as what the harbour was like before the British arrived.
Who's Your Mob
Having yarns with some interesting talented mob about culture and protocols with traditional and contemporary Aboriginal music.
Red Road Podcast
A Red Road Podcast. come listen, and join our conversations about serious topics on aboriginal youth issues, and also just some silly conversations.
Matt and Jesse are two dudes trying to improve themselves in all aspects of life. This is a show designed to document their successes and failures along the way. Based in Manitoulin Island, Ontario, these young aboriginal guys incorporate traditional based knowledge, scientific research, and social influence into their approach for balanced human optimization.
Kids audio tour
Explore a world of art, including Australian art from colonial to present day, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, old masters, Asian and contemporary art. Suitable for 5-12 year olds (with an adult).
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This week on Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson NTP and Guests, Leah is out on the Farm as she chats with Farmer Rohan Morris from Gleneden Family Farms. Sit back and relax while Leah discusses the latest health news headlines with special guests. This week we have a special podcast direct from Gleneden Family Farm at Maryvale in Queen ...…
Billy Harrigan is the Cultural Officer with Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council and is a Traditional Owner from the area.By (Lyndal Scobell).
Sammi Rioli played an important part in the Jets Womens Basketball Team's dynasty of winning championships in the Darwin Basketball Association. She also plays an important role in mentoring young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls through tough times.
Anthony Kelly, from Flemington Kensington Community Legal Centre, talks about Victoria Police's announcement to introduce confronting new riot gear. Victoria Police are introducing a series of new weapons. These are crowd control guns and other apparatus that could seriously criminalise protestors and minority groups. We will also be speaking a ...…
Welcome to Write Through The Roof, the podcast for writers who want to improve their craft. Episode 23 with Dean Mayes – romance, family saga & thriller writer “Cherrypick techniques but develop your own style and process.” Episode 23 – Dean Mayes – Show Notes Balance between structure and disappearing down rabbit holes Writing story notes by h ...…
For our weekly unique report in Yiddish with Alex Dafner....The court in Israel has ruled that Malka Leifer the former principal of the Addass Israel School in Melbourne, who is facing 74 charges of sexual abuse and assault against former students at the school, and who has so far avoided extradition on grounds of alleged mental illness, is to ...…
'A lot of our men are behind the eight ball in matters like domestic violence and high alcohol consumption. The only way some men understand the law is when they breach it and they find themselves in jail' Ken Lecthleiner Pangarta
In this incredible first episode, Dr Lynne Kelly discusses how oral (non-literate) societies used songs, stories and other memory aids to pass down vast amounts of knowledge and information necessary for the survival of their culture over many millennia. Topics include: Non-literate (oral) vs literate societies; Sub-headings in songlines; Right ...…
Tuesday Breakfast March 20th with Ayan, George and Lauren7.00am Acknowledgement of Country 7.05am News of the Week7.15am Sally discusses the new resource she has been working on which aims to safeguard end-of-life care and decisions for older LGBTIA+ Victorians7.25am I am here to confuse you | Mona Eltahawy. TED Archive7.35am Rhian Hinkley join ...…
Tiara focuses on creative arts, media, technology, games and community culture. She explores ideas around community, identity, liminality, belonging and social justice. She has been involved in a large range of organisations and causes in the US, Australia and Malaysia. Do not ask her the question: "Where are you from?" as any possible response ...…
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to Title: AtlantosSubtitle: The Early Erthe Chronicles Book 1Author: Robin MaxwellNarrator: Suzan CrowleyFormat: UnabridgedLength: 18 hrs and 1 minLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 07-29-15Publisher: Pipes Canyon PressRatings: 4 of 5 out of 33 votesGenres: Sci-Fi ...…
The Great One joins me for the second episode of The Greasy Pole, this one titled "Red bow ties for gun control." We discuss Canadian boy band prime minister Justin Trudeau, red lights and black armbands for gun control, babies are now scientists, aboriginal dolphins have hands, and people who should not be giving dating advice.…
Hören Sie sich dieses volle Hörbuch kostenlos bei Titel: In Australien / Der Kung-Fu-Mönch (Hexe Lilli)Autor:: div.Erzähler: Daniela Golpashin, Paul Sedlmeir, Paul Jancak, Jana Werner, Thomas KarallusFormat: UnabridgedSpieldauer: 45 minsSprache: DeutschVeröffentlichungsdatum: 07-11-16Herausgeber: Der HörverlagKate ...…
Fun fact: Before Jackie was appointed as the KET Social Media Coordinator, KET Executive Board members Becky Knox and Lauren Bain created a social event called Cocktails & Kodály for KET members to gather and socialize in San Antonio after a long day of learning at TMEA. Little did they know, Jackie already had plans to start the Cocktails & Ko ...…
Would you believe there's a Marra word for the Aboriginal English term 'deadly'?
Is the constant use of keyboards causing kids to lose the manual dexterity to write with pencils?; Aboriginal lawyer, Doug White, comments on news that the Crown will not be appealing the verdict in the Boushie killing case; Two high school students have differing views on lowering the voting age to 16; Efforts to bring Project Lifesaver, a tra ...…
Actress Tantoo Cardinal, a Member of the Order of Canada, one of the country's highest civilian honors. The Order of Canada recognizes Cardinal for her contributions to the growth and development of Aboriginal performing arts in Canada. Arguably the most widely recognized Native Actress of her generation; Tantoo has appeared in numerous plays, ...…
Between a career move to the Northern Territory, single parenthood and completing a PhD in the field of health promotion, Dr Nikki Percival’s experience has spanned many of the challenges women in STEMM face. Dr Nikki Percival is an NHMRC Research Fellow. Throughout her career she has focused on redesigning and strengthening the health system t ...…
Aboriginal influence on Australian culture is more common that you might expect… but often overlooked. As an educator, Dr Megan Williams sees her role as bringing to light these influences and building on them to foster as sense of value, respect and a weaving of Aboriginal knowledges with other insights, especially in the field of health. Dr M ...…
The opportunities and obstacles for Indigenous women entering the trades, specifically those coming from reserves. We also talk about the Aboriginal Carpentry Program through the Indigenous Leadership Development Institute Inc.…
Lenny talks to Mos Eisley about Sweatshop Union, Going Solo, Aboriginal Music in Canada and the state of hip hop
1. Go Hawaii - `casino vs `japan2. Wisdom through music - Pharaoh Sanders 3. Piano De Cua - Djalma Correa4. Joy Ride - Sly & Robbie5. Bill Nelson - The Meat Room6. Brother Resistance - Was In Space7. You know I got soul8 .? - ?9. Eurythmics - Monkey Monkey10. Eyes and Plush Throw - See and Skyline11. Coil - Windowpane12. Jackie Mittoo. After Ch ...…
Coyote and Rabbit is a story we learned at Niitsitapii, the Aboriginal Learning Centre in Calgary, Alberta.
The Welcome Wall is a story we learned from Leslie at Niitsitapii, the Aboriginal Learning Centre in Calgary, Alberta
Students retell the story of Sammy Walmart, learned from Shane at Niitsitapii, the Aboriginal Learning Centre in Calgary, Alberta
The long read: For centuries, lexicographers have attempted to capture the entire English language. Technology might soon turn this dream into reality – but will it spell the end for dictionaries? James Murray in his “Plan” Benj ...…
Episode 2, 2018: Chronic disability in Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander PeopleWe discuss: - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people experience disability atapproximately twice the rate of other Australians- Fracture prevalence is much higher and is increasing in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people - There is very limited data o ...…
This week Simon & Dale chat to director Dominic Allen about Carriberrie, a beautiful & exhilarating film using 360 degree video to immerse the viewer in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance, song and music commencing March 2 at the Australian Museum / look at A FANTASTIC WOMAN - The tale of a transgender woman mourning her lost lover fro ...…
Warren H Williams is an aboriginal singer, musician and songwriter from Hermannsburg in Central Australia. Williams is an Arrernte man who plays country music and works as a broadcaster on CAAMA Radio in Alice Springs. Warren H Williams is considered a living legend, and has released 10 album to date. We talk to Warren about his most recent rel ...…
Welcome to Trans-Tasman Tales, the free podcast by the Australian High Commission in New Zealand. Between 28 January and 3 February 2018 the Australian High Commission hosted an Australian Indigenous business delegation. The aim of the visit was to support closer ties with New Zealand's Maori economy and to learn from the successes of Maori bus ...…
When we look at our stages, what do we see reflected back to us? Going beyond white Australia, playwrights from Aboriginal and diverse backgrounds are exploring important conflicts in our society and giving voice to broad experiences. With Andrea James, Sheila Pham (convenor), Disapol Savetsila, and Aanisa Vylet. Curated by Sheila Pham and pres ...…
In breathless anticipation of forthcoming Australian state and federal elections (!), we despair about our politicians, their policies and their recent bouts of bad behavior as politics gets dirty. We recognise the first use of insulin in Canada in January 1922 and wonder about the scientific zeal expended to make this critical development of m ...…
Learn Australian English in this interview episode of the Aussie English Podcast where I interview my father Ian Smissen on celebrating Australia Day & changing the date. Subscribe to the podcast: iTunes | Android | RSS Download the PDF + MP3 AE 398 – Interview: On Celebrating Australia Day & Changing The Date with Ian Smissen G’day, guys! Welc ...…
Each January, the Rubaboo Festival highlights great Aborginal Art from at home and abroad. This year, two plays are being featured in Edmonton's Backstage Theatre. One of them is called "Bears," a dark comedy about the landscape and the Kinder Morgan pipeline. Another show is aimed at kids and family audiences called "Minosis Gathers Hope." It' ...…
Today is hard for Aboriginal Australians. Please think and act appropriatleyReferences- ABC News, 25/01/18, 'Australia Day: If we were to change the date, these are some of our options', Morgan. M, 26/01/18, 'Australia Day explained: Why it’s really held on 26 ...…
In this interview, we find out about the Aboriginal Pathway Program, which is run by the University of South Australia. The Aboriginal Pathway Program is a fee-free program that runs for 18 months and is...
After one hell of a winter break we return with a new... intro to the episode featuring old clips!!!!! THEN our listeners are treated to a new...... outtro talking about all the old clips we just listened to!!! WHAT???? Seriously, as a send off to Carissa, we decided to cobble together some of our favorite moments of her over the 44 episodes we ...…
Sermon PDF iResolve Part 3: To Address the Problem of Prejudice Mark 7:24-30 January 21, 2018 Pastor Morris Brown In 1945, as WW2 was coming to an end, President Franklin D. Roosevelt wrote a speech reflecting on the tragedy of the war. “If civilization is to survive” he wrote, “people of all kinds must learn to live together in the same world, ...…
Self-determination, Female role models and progressing an Indigenous Treaty
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