Becky Dart on learning to be like the bambooIt’s a giant grass that many Australians would be familiar with seeing, but not so familiar with eating. Bamboo is nutrient-rich, and is in fact a stap…
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Birrunga Wiradyuri on living deeply with timeWith Reconciliation Week 2021 in Australia drawing to a close, Streets of Your Town speaks to trailblazing Aboriginal entrepreneur and proud Wiradyuri …
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Daniel Awiyawi on paying tribute to his kanaka ancestorsWhile Australia’s history of blackbirding is becoming more well known and understood, there are many local histories that are only now coming to light.…
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Katie Noonan on her new Australian Vocal EnsembleKatie Noonan is giving audiences the chance to hear Indigenous songs and newly commissioned Australian music alongside late Renaissance and Baroque mas…
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Andi Snelling on going to the brink and backAt the Adelaide Fringe, I saw Andi Snelling's one-woman show, which takes you from the heights of elation, to the depths of despair, with clowning, per…
Nance Haxton
International Women's Day 2021This week we celebrate International Women’s Day around the world, and the achievements of women through the ages. As part of those celebrations I was …
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Yoyo Tuki on the stories of Easter IslandYoyo Tuki comes from a family of storytellers going back generations on the island. He now divides his time between Australia and Rapa Nui, and shares …
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Mel Manley on reuniting trafficked children with familiesThis latest episode comes to you from Eumundi—the bohemian hamlet in the Sunshine Coast hinterland. I’ve brought back an incredible yarn from Mel Manle…
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Natasha Stott-Despoja on being appointed to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimi…Today on Streets of Your Town podcast we talk to former Senator Natasha Stott-Despoja about her appointment to a top United Nations role aimed at endin…
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Liz Gallie on the beauty of living in the natural environmentThis week on the Streets of Your Town podcast, I take you on a walk through the rainforest in the far north Queensland wet tropics, to Mission Beach. T…
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Senator Jordon Steele-John on helping disabled people fight to be heardWhat a privilege for me to interview the youngest sitting member in Australia's Federal parliament, Senator Jordon Steele-John for this episode. Many p…
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Dinesh Palipana on finding his life's purposeDr. Dinesh Palipana's refusal to accept the loss of his dream is paving the way not only for him, but for people with a disability around the world to …
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