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Radio NAIDOC 2015

Emma Ramsay, 9th December 2019
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A First Nations Digital Radio Special Broadcast

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island communities are advised that this archive of a live broadcast special event from 2015, may contain images, written text and voices of people who have died.

Radio NAIDOC, was a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island culture, and was broadcast live across DAB+ digital community radio stations nationally on Wednesday July 8th during NAIDOC Week 2015. Radio NAIDOC was a collaborative showcase of four First Nations radio stations; Noongar Radio (Perth), 3KND Kool 'n' Deadly (Melbourne)Koori Radio (Sydney) and 98.9 Digital (Brisbane). The broacast rallied around the key theme for NAIDOC week that year; We all Stand on Sacred Ground: Learn, Respect & Celebrate. 

Radio NAIDOC's 12-hour broadcast showcased Aboriginal Torres Strait Island community current affairs, interviews and live music from across the country with live crosses betwen the four staions throughout the day & evening, across time zones and country. 

The Radio NAIDOC Special Broadcast 2015 was headed by Karen Dorante, Executive Producer from 98.9FM & 98.9 Digital 

PDF of Programming here PDF icon Radio NAIDOC archive 2015 .pdf

BROADCAST SCHEDULE

9AM-10AM

RADIO NAIDOC WELCOME: LET'S TALK (98.9 DIGITAL Brisbane)

Welcome to Radio NAIDOC with Tiga Bayles host of Let's Talk at 98.9 Digital, Brisbane. Tiga Bayles is joined by co-hosts Amy McQuire, Shea Spierings and Steven Oliver for a special day of broadcasts by First Nations stations.

      Part 1

      Part 2

10AM-12PM

BLACKCHAT W/LOLA FORESTER NAIDOC SPECIAL (KR00/KOORI RADIO Sydney)

From the land of the Gadigal people, Lola Forester hosts Blackchat in the studio of 93.7FM 2LND with a focus on current events and celebrating deadly First Nations people across the country.

      Part 1

      Part 2

12PM-1PM

MURRI HOUR NAIDOC SPECIAL (98.9 DIGITAL Brisbane) 

A NAIDOC week special edition of 98.9 Country's Murri Hour program. The Murri Hour features a music mix of First Nations recording artists from around the country every week on Monday & Wednesday afternoons on 98.9 Digital.

      Part 1

     Part 2

1PM-2PM

LET'S TALK PANEL WITH TIGA BAYLES (98.9 DIGITAL) 

Tiga Bayles hosts Let’s Talk panel discussion on the continuing high imprisonment rates of First Nations people in Australia and across the globe with a panel of experts from the field.

     Part 1

    Part 2

2PM-6PM

UNNA YA FULLAS: LIVE PERTH NAIDOC CONCERT AT PERTH CULTURAL CENTRE (NOONGAR RADIO Perth)

Wayne Bynder & well-known Noongar local Jim Morrison present an afternoon of entertainment live from the Wetland Stage featuring Perth NAIDOC Artist of the Year Gina Williams and Guy Ghouse, and other exceptional musical acts, including Struggling Kings, Delta Oui and Tamaree.

Part 1

Part 2 

6PM-7PM

YORGAS YARNING NAIDOC WEEK SPECIAL (NOONGAR RADIO Perth) 

Yorgas Yarning is an established talks program at Noongar Radio broadcast on Tuesday evenings at 6pm with a repeat on Saturday mornings. Yorgas Yarning is a collection of women broadcasters who are all professionals in their chosen fields who discuss all the issues facing Indigenous Australians.

7PM-8PM

MAKING  TRACKS: NAIDOC WEEK SPECIAL (KR00/KOORI RADIO Sydney) 

Emily Nicol hosts Making Tracks, a deadly Indigenous music, arts and culture show. Tune in for a great mix of music, theatre, film and entertainment guide, interviews with our top artists and live music and comedy. We acknowledge the traditional custodians of this beautiful country past and present that we broadcast from - the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. Making Tracks airs on Koori Radio 93.7FM/KR00 Monday-Thursday 3-6pm Friday 3-4pm.

8PM-9PM

LET'S TALK TREATY: CLOSE OF BROADCAST (98.9 DIGITAL)

A Let's Talk panel discussion on treaty Monica Morgan, Wayne Butcher, Warren Mundine and Nicole Watson hosted by Tiga Bayles. A Radio NAIDOC close, with Executive producer Karen Dorante of 98.9.

 

The Radio NAIDOC Special Broadcast 2015 was broadcast live Wednesday July 8th, 2015, from 9am - 9pm, via local metro digital radio services on DAB+ in the following cities:

98.9 Digital Brisbane
3KND Kool 'n' Deadly Melbourne
Noongar Radio Perth 
Koori Radio Sydney

And via the national radio services below:
The National Indigenous Radio Service (NIRS)
Community Radio Network (CRN-2)
*The broadcast was also streamed online via NIRS on the day. 

The broadcast was financially assisted by the Community Broadcasting Foundation, and recieved support of the NIRS National Indigenous News Service, The Digital Radio Project at the CBAA, and the CRN Community Radio Network. 

PDF icon Radio NAIDOC archive 2015 .pdf

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