AWAYE! presents a diverse and vibrant Aboriginal arts and culture from across Australia and the best from Indigenous radio broadcasters around the world.
Art for activist sake with Richard Bell, and representing country
Richard Bell has always wielded the paintbrush like a megaphone, to speak truth to power.
Songwomen, and the Butchella word for 'dingo'
Lou Bennett has won the prestigious Red Ochre Award for a lifetime of outstanding achievement.
Performing grief, and 'Unbroken Connections'
It’s been 26 years since Deborah Mailman and Wesley Enoch’s play The Seven Stages of Grieving debuted.
Thin Black Line, and sovereignty with sequins
In the third episode of ABC Indigenous’ podcast Thin Black Line violence erupts as Brisbane’s frustrated Murri community march on police headquarters.
Thin Black Line, and the cosmic force of music
We bring you the second episode of Thin Black Line, a six-part investigation into one of the most controversial deaths in custody — that of 18-year old Daniel Yock.
The Waters' family legacy and 'sky' in Gamilaraay
This week we look at the war legacy of one family and how bravery and sacrifice didn’t count for a lot once they returned home.
Thanks so much for enriching our culture as Australians with more knowledge and appreciation of the culture of our first people. Mabo’s story was so moving. Thank you to all you people making our country a better place in all your diversity of ways
Left me wanting more
Another favourite RN podcast. I love the stories. Love learning more about Aboriginal culture, experience and knowledge. Wish there were more programmes like this.
This is the best
Love love love this show. Essential listening.