AWAYE! presents a diverse and vibrant Aboriginal arts and culture from across Australia and the best from Indigenous radio broadcasters around the world.
50 years of the Koori Knockout, and introducing Jem Cassar-Daley
Ronald Briggs talks about the 50th anniversary of the Koori Knockout, and Jem Cassar-Daley introduces her debut EP I Don't Know Who to Call.
The Australian Wars, and Na Djinang Circus
Rachel Perkins discusses her new docuseries The Australian Wars, and Na Djinang Circus founder Harley Mann explains how he fell into the artform and found community.
Remembering an icon of Blak theatre
As the world mourns a queen, Blakfullas around the country are mourning a giant of theatre. Rachael Maza discusses the legacy of the late Uncle Jack Charles, and an interview with Uncle from the archives.
Blak led flood recovery, and finding the space in silence
Koori Mail's general manager Naomi Moran provides an update on the flood recovery in NSW's Northern Rivers region, and Karul Project's co-founder Thomas E. Kelly discusses a show that's exploring silence (and what it takes to break it).
Tiddas goes from page to stage, and Jazz Money guest curates MWF
Wiradjuri writer Anita Heiss, is adding another feather to her cap, with the stage adaptation of her 2014 novel Tiddas.
Poet Jazz Money talks guest curating this year's Melbourne Writers Festival.
Stephen Page and his son Hunter Page-Lochard discuss, Waru — Bangarra Dance Theatre's new show, aimed at children.
And for Word Up, Aunty Christine Stuart shares some Gubbi Gubbi language, including the word for 'fire'.
Frank Byrne living in hope, and theatre on rollerskates
Stolen Generation survivor Frank Byrne's memoir Living in Hope pieces together fragments of the past, and theatre maker Alethea Beetson takes a break between rehearsals to discuss how a residency at a museum inspired her new show Queen City.
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.