Podcast: National TalkBlack

BONTB – 23 02 2024

BONTB – 23 02 2024

Best Of National TalkBlack showcasing the best of interviews from the week

National Talk Black 230124

National Talk Black 230124

On todays National Talkblack via NIRS – National Indigenous Radio Service we have: Kumiko Millward: School Savvys Program Lead, talking about School Savvy answering the call for back-to-school support and breaks new record. According to Centacare FNQ’s Executive Director Anita Veivers, the recent flood disaster and escalating cost of living have placed additional strain on…

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National Talk Black 190124

National Talk Black 190124

We had: Prof. Isabelle Jalbert yarning about “Is too much screen time bad for our eyes” As evidence shows that the incidence of myopia (short-sightedness) is on the rise. Optometrists worldwide have also noted a myopia epidemic among children – something that genetics alone can’t explain. In fact, at current rates, half of the world…

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National Talk Black 180124

National Talk Black 180124

We had: Michael Angeram, Optometry Development Consultant, talking about how optometrists ring alarm bells on excessive screen time. The research from Specsavers reveals that not only are young children aged 5-12 spending more than three times the amount on screens as recommended by the World Health Organisation, but both parents and teachers aren’t completely confident…

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National Talk Black 170124

National Talk Black 170124

We had: Dr Lee White, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, talking about how remote Aussies don’t have equal access to household electricity protections. Remote and Indigenous communities’ power connections are more vulnerable compared to their regional and metropolitan counterparts, according to new research from The Australian National University (ANU) and the Tangentyere Research…

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National Talk Black 160124

National Talk Black 160124

On todays National Talkblack via NIRS – National Indigenous Radio Service we have: Mundanara Bayles, talking about the Indigenous led podcast network, BlakCast, which launched in partnership with ARN’s iHeart. Launching in partnership with ARN’s iHeart, BlakCast empowers First Nations Peoples and people of colour to reclaim their narratives, strengthen cultural identity and contribute to…

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National Talk Black 150124

National Talk Black 150124

On todays National Talkblack via NIRS – National Indigenous Radio Service we have: Trendy Trev having general catch up yarn for the first segment of Talkblack for 2024. Susi Tegan, Alliance Chief Executive, talking about home ownership for remote First Nations communities is a step towards improving their health and wellbeing in 2024. The Labour…

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National Talkblack 271023

National Talkblack 271023

We had: Aunty Munya, Aboriginal Elder and Carla Rogers, Churchill fellow and Ally, talking about how thousands pledge to keep showing up for First Nations peoples following the disappointing Referendum outcome. Chris Croker and Chris Henderson from Impact Investment Partners, talking about how Inaugural ‘Powermakers’ capacity building program for First Nations launches this week. A…

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National Talkblack 261023

National Talkblack 261023

We had: Yarraka Bayles, Daughter of Tiga Bayles, talking about the Rebel with a Cause documentary series. Each episode features a different icon, episode 1 with Pat O’Shane AM, episode 2 on Neville Bonner, episode 3 with Oodgeroo Noonuccal and episode 4 with Tiga Bayles. Vanessa Lee Ahmat, Social Epidemiologist, talking about the cultural connections…

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National Talkblack 251023

National Talkblack 251023

We had: Maddison Shakespeare and Dor Acatch Achiek, talking about how new research has highlighted the common bond between refugees and Austral. PLO Stephen Grant and Senior Sergeant Glen De Lai from Edmonton Police having a general yarn with Trendy Trev. Kate Gane from Australian Catholic University (ACU) talking about her journey through studying and…

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