SBS Living Black radio

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Each SBS Aboriginal program has a national focus on events and issues that affect the indigenous community. Traditional and contemporary music and - when possible - live performances are important regular features.

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http://www.sbs.com.au/podcasts/yourlanguage/aboriginal/
Description
Living Black on SBS Radio aims to connect, inform and inspire Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities around the nations through news, current affairs, community information
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-11-18 15:52
last episode published
2019-11-18 03:35
publication frequency
2.29 days
Contributors
SBS Radio author  
Explicit
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Number of Episodes
516
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Society & Culture Sports & Recreation History TV & Film News & Politics Music Amateur

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
18.11.2019

Tell me law - 2

Matthew Karakoulakis explains joint-ventures, advantages of the IPP (Indigenous Procurement Policy) as well as an unscrupulous phenomenon known as "Black Cladding".
18.11.2019

NITV Radio news 18/11/2019

Residents of Sydney's Yarra Bay, MPs and the local Aboriginal Land Council slam plans for a new cruise ship terminal; former rugby union star Israel Folau speaks out about natural disasters in Australia and links them to recent legal changes and; Austr...
15.11.2019

Weekend Sports Preview

The sporting world is starting to slow down in the lead-up to the festive season,  but there's still plenty to look forward to.
15.11.2019

'Your time with B'

Explores some of the stories setting the World Wide Web on fire this week including “The unicorn puppy” as well as a super expensive historical portrait.
15.11.2019

NITV Radio news 15/11/2019

The officer charged with Kumanjayi Walker's murder to plead not guilty; Sydney’s Inner West Council scraps Australia Day events instead encouraging the community to attend an Indigenous Festival and Wallabies winger Marika Koroibete wins the John Eales...
13.11.2019

Dr Crystal McKinnon explains the “I stand with Yuendumu" action taking place across Australia.

First Nations communities and organisations around Australia are rallying in solidarity with the Yuendumu community and other communities who’ve suffered as a result of police brutality and violence.
13.11.2019

Stress is inevitable in our busy lives, but how does one overcome it?

Jeffrey Morgan shares some tips on how to deal with stressful situations. What lessons can be learned from stressful situations?
13.11.2019

NITV Radio news 13/11/2019

The Yuendumu community gathers in Alice Springs to mourn the death of a 19-year-old Warlpiri man shot dead by police, Queensland battles hazardous fire conditions; and Indigenous Affairs Minister Ken Wyatt convenes the first meeting of the Senior Advis...
12.11.2019

NATSILS leads calls for justice and accountability after NT police fatally shoot Warlpiri Man

“Police must not investigate police. We call for the police officers involved to be immediately suspended pending an independent investigation. We urge police to take seriously the community’s request for police officers to leave the community during t...
12.11.2019

Tell me law – 1

Social media influencers, product placement and Australian consumer laws.
11.11.2019

NITV Radio news 11/11/2019

A call for justice after the NT police fatally shot an Aboriginal man over the weekend; a state of emergency declared in NSW over catastrophic fire conditions and, the  Aged Care Royal Commission continues in Hobart today.
10.11.2019

SBS National Languages Competition winners embrace linguistic diversity

The winners of the SBS National Languages Competition for 2019 have been announced in an event that celebrates language learning across Australia.
10.11.2019

Fire authorities urge preparation as conditions set to deteriorate

Bushfires continue to rage in New South Wales and Queensland, with authorities warning residents to be on high alert as fire conditions are predicted to worsen.
8.11.2019

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8.11.2019

Barkindji artist Kent Morris uses his work to tell stories and move towards Reconciliation

Kent Morris is one of seven artists whose work was chosen to adorn some of Melbourne’s trams. 
8.11.2019

NITV Radio news 08/11/2019

Record new land added to the Indigenous Protected Areas scheme: Environment ministers urged to support a national plan to address extinction of Australian native species: In the A-F-L, some Indigenous players are weighing up whether to walk off the fie...
7.11.2019

New figures show NSW police are strip-searching some young girls

Youth advocates are ramping up calls for urgent law reforms…to prevent the strip searching of children without a court order.
7.11.2019

Weekend Sports Preview

The Matildas go into Saturday night's match with Chile looking to set a new domestic crowd record for women's football in Australia. 
6.11.2019

What to eat when ordering in or eating out

Jeffrey Morgan’s tips on how to structure healthy meals when you must eat out or order in.
6.11.2019

Emu Runner is coming to Australian screens

Emu Runner, a feature debut from Imogen Thomas hits Australian screens on Thursday November 7.
6.11.2019

Bendigo and the Central Victorian region named Australia's first UNESCO City of Gastronomy

The designation recognises the food and wine culture in the region, in particular the Indigenous food culture.  
6.11.2019

NITV Radio news 06/11/2019

 Victoria edges closer to Treaty as its First Peoples Assembly is elected; the federal government accused of trying to hide an unfavorable report about its regional jobs and investment program; and...The horse that won the Melbourne Cup may try and mak...
4.11.2019

Sonia Smallacombe incoming AFTRS Elder in Residence

Sonia Smallacombe started her new role as Elder in Residence at the Australian Film Television and Radio School  (AFTRS) last month following the departure of Bruce Pascoe, the inaugural AFTRS Elder in Residence.
4.11.2019

Record new land added to the Indigenous Protected Areas scheme

Seven areas, which are the combined equivalent of the size of South Australia, are being added to the Indigenous Protected Areas scheme.   
4.11.2019

NITV Radio news 4/11/2019

Ash Barty's triumph at the WTA Finals expected to reinvigorate Indigenous youth tennis; a study finds Indigenous babies dying at a higher rate than previously thought; and Central Victoria announced as Australia's first UNESCO City of Gastronomy.
4.11.2019

Ash Barty a strong contender for Australian of the Year

Tennis Australia spokesman Todd Woodbridge says Barty's achievements as well as her behaviour on and off the court throughout the years make her a great ambassador for the sport and a strong contender for the title of Australian of the Year.
1.11.2019

NITV Radio news 1/11/2019

Minister for Indigenous Australians has vowed to incorporate voices of First Nations Peoples into decisions of the government; Indigenous businesses were awarded at the inaugural Indigenous Business Month Award and in tennis, Ash Barty has secured a pl...
31.10.2019

The most haunted hotel room in the univesre and eating a barely legal cake at a funeral

The most haunted hotel room in the universe and eating a barely legal cake at a funeral are some of the stories setting the World Wide Web on fire in this week's 'Your time with B'.
31.10.2019

Sacked WA coal workers demand energy transition policy from federal government

In Western Australia, coal industry workers are facing jobs cuts as renewable technologies flood the state’s energy market.
31.10.2019

Weekend sport preview

The Rugby World Cup final takes centre stage on the sporting landscape this weekend with England and South Africa going head-to-head to see which nation will lift the trophy.  
30.10.2019

Federal government unveils 'co-design' path for Indigenous voice to parliament

The federal government has taken the first steps in establishing an Indigenous voice to parliament, unveiling a new co-design process.
30.10.2019

The Game Changers and their pitfalls

The Netflix documentary, The Game Changers, has people talking about the benefits of being vegan vs meat eaters. But which diet is best for you?
30.10.2019

NITV Radio news 30/10/2019

The Coalition takes a step towards giving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders a voice at all levels of government; Indigenous Australians continue to celebrate the closing of the Uluru climb and in tennis, Ashleigh Barty is out of the WTA finals.
29.10.2019

The Big Mob Cook up, a great time to yarn and enjoy a feed

"The purpose of the Big Mob Cook up is for Aboriginal and non- Aboriginal people to meet and share food." - Peter Aldenhoven Executive officer of the Willum Warrain Aboriginal Association.
29.10.2019

Achievements honoured at the annual Ethnic Business Awards

Outstanding achievements of many in Australia's business community have been recognised at the annual Ethnic Business Awards.
28.10.2019

Katina Law shares her passion to create strong pathways for Indigenous communities and businesses.

“One of my goals, I guess, in starting IPS was always to help other indigenous people develop and grow into professional people.” - Katina Law
28.10.2019

Stewart Stacey Indigenous entrepreneur in cybersecurity wins national award

Stewart Stacey, founder and Director at Binary Security, is the winner of the 2019 Barayamal Black Swan Award recognising the best up-and-coming First Nations entrepreneur.
28.10.2019

NITV Radio news 28/10/2019

The Prime Minister defends his absence at the official ceremony marking the closure of the Uluru climb, the federal government seeks political consensus on Indigenous constitutional recognition; and in Tennis, Ashleigh Barty on track to end the year as...
25.10.2019

Kamilaroi entrepreneur Steve Fordham doesn’t look for the best employees, he creates them.

“They say my people came from the dream time; but this feels like my dream time." - Steve Fordham co-founder Blackrock Industries.
25.10.2019

Troy Rugless believes business is the perfect conduit for Reconciliation

"Our vision at PSG Holdings is to achieve reconciliation through business, a very practical concept of working together to find opportunities for Indigenous Economic advancement." – Troy Rugless.
25.10.2019

Narelle Anderson, a school dropout now owns a multimillion-dollar Indigenous enterprise and growing.

Narelle Anderson dropped out of school at 16 but went on to forge a successful career in the recycling industry with her latest enterprise -Envirobank- turning over more than 20 million dollars and operating in several states.
25.10.2019

Disease burden from tobacco use falls mostly on disadvantaged Australians

Despite Australia's smoking rates continuing to drop, disadvantaged Australians remain over-represented among those getting ill through tobacco use.
25.10.2019

Conference to examine challenges faced by women of Color in the Victorian Public Sector

“Women of colour from a multicultural background face a range of challenges from lack of opportunity to discrimination and to bullying.” - Azmeena Hussain.
25.10.2019

'Your time with B'

Explores some of the stories setting the World Wide Web on fire this week including how an iPhone saved a hiker’s life as well as a stupid and scary prank.
25.10.2019

Victorian government rejects plan to rename Yarra River

The Victorian government has rejected a proposal to rename Melbourne's iconic Yarra River to recognise its traditional owners.
25.10.2019

Weekend sport preview

The Rugby World Cup has reached the semi-final stages and that tournament will be the focal point for fans around the world this weekend. 
25.10.2019

NITV Radio news 25/10/2019

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24.10.2019

Call for the establishment of a national commissioner for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people

SNAICC and Family Matters have launched a joint position paper calling for the establishment of a national commissioner for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people. 
24.10.2019

Artists from Maningrida in West Arnhem Land sweep Parisians of their feet

A collection of unique Aboriginal artwork currently on display in Paris has generated such a strong recognition and respect it is being touted to tour other French and European cities next year.
23.10.2019

NITV Radio news 23/10/2019

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