A national focus on news, events & issues that affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Hear interviews, features and community stories from the SBS NITV Radio program.
Griffin Theatre company presents jaw-dropping Australian Gothic, Dogged
Conversation with Kirk Page, Movement Director of the upcoming Australian Gothic play, Dogged; a new play by playwrights Andrea James and Catherine Ryan.
The NITV Podcast - Birthing in Our Community a success in Brisbane
In this episode of the NITV Podcast series we explore a successful pregnancy and birthing program for mothers and babies in Brisbane.
Kylie Bracknell wins Sidney Myer Performing Arts Award
"I am incredibly overjoyed to be a recipient of a Sidney Myer Performing Arts Award. More than just an acknowledgement of me as an artist, this AAward also recognises first peoples and our languages.” – Kylie Bracknell
Science & Technology - Episode 19
Our regular science and technology segment with Journalist Rae Johnston.
M’ap Boulé : the story of a Haitian-Australian woman growing up on the stolen land of Australia
“M’ap Boulé is me exploring my heritage and the history of my people, but through the eyes of an immigrant growing up in another colonized country, and the internal battle that brings with it.” - Nancy Denis
Our Story Podcast – Leah Cameron, driven by a philosophy of doing law differently
Our Story Podcasts explore the lives of inspirational and silent achievers of the Indigenous community. In this episode we discover the life and achievements of Leah Cameron, who is highly effective in commercial legal practice and influential across government and corporate Australia in advocating for social change.
Leah Cameron has received many accolades including most recently being recognised as one of the Top 20 Under 40 business entrepreneurs in Australia.
Her philosophy of doing law differently has been the driving force behind the growth of Marrawah Law, her legal firm, one of the largest Indigenous owned and operated law firms in Australia today.
Loving the new episodes
Love the new podcasts with Kerri-Lee - good to go deep and learn more about communities across the country.