AWAYE! presents a diverse and vibrant Aboriginal arts and culture from across Australia and the best from Indigenous radio broadcasters around the world.
Kodie Bedford's "Cursed!", and fighting fake Indigenous art
Filmmaker Kodie Bedford’s latest turn — playwriting.
Jub Clerc's directorial debut and saving Skid Row Radio
Jub Clerc is a force of nature and now the former actor, theatremaker and one-time opera singer is writing and directing her first feature film. We feature one of the first Aboriginal languages ever to be written down in Word Up - and the fight to save the mothership of the legendary Radio Redfern.
The life of an Aboriginal prophet
The righteous William Cooper and a 'river of stars' in Gumbaynggirr
We go on a journey — from a former Aboriginal mission station on the banks of the Murray River to the Forest of Martyrs outside Jerusalem — to learn the story of William Cooper and his 1938 protest against the persecution of the Jews.
Revisiting the Aboriginal tent embassy
As the 50th Anniversary approaches, we revisit the story of the Aboriginal tent embassy — and its contemporary meaning.
Living water and reflecting on 30 years of Archie Roach's 'Charcoal Lane'
Thirty years ago a truly remarkable album launched the career of a softly spoken man who spoke for a generation — Archie Roach.
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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
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