Welcome to the new podcast from the NITV News Online team: #TakeItBlak
Take It Blak podcast - EPISODE 18 Blackfullas & the Sydney Olympics
Climb into your swift suit and join Take It Blak hosts Jack Latimore, John Paul Janke and Keira Jenkins as they flashblak to the 2000 Sydney Olympics to discuss the iconic sporting moments, the lead up, the protests, the cultural significance, the nostalgia, the blackfullas involved on and off the track, the actual track, and other lesser known Bla(c)k histories surrounding the Games of the XXVII Olympiad.
Take It Blak podcast - EPISODE 17 Sonja Stewart
It's been a massive few weeks for Sonja Stewart, a proud Yuin woman from the south coast of New South Wales, who has been appointed as CEO of the NSW Law Society and the Chair of the GO Foundation. Sonja speaks with Take It Blak podcast host John Paul Janke about getting on Country, the positivity of kinship, education, the early Indigenous Rights movement, the bureaucratisation of Indigenous affairs, Indigenous Achievement and more.
Take It Blak podcast - EPISODE 16 Looky Looky & Steven Oliver
Sexy black man Steven Oliver joins Take It Blak co hosts Shahni Wellington and Jack Latimore to yarn about national narratives, learning the guitar, Songlines, Michael Jackson, Science, Time and writing and presenting the new NITV documentary, Looky Looky Here Comes Cooky. Go on, have a good doris.
Take It Blak podcast - Short Blak - Patty Mills
San Antonio Spurs Guard and proud Torres Strait Islander man Patty Mills joins Grayson McCarthy-Grogan for a Short Blak to talk about his new Indigenous Basketball Australia (IBA) initiative, which is part of the NBA star's ongoing commitment to improve the social and economic conditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia. The new initiative comes after just weeks after the three-time Olympian pledged his entire NBA restart salary to support social justice causes.
Take It Blak podcast - Short Blak - Rrawun Maymuru
Yolngu songman Rrawun Maymuru speaks to Rachael Hocking about the roots of his song, Nyapillilngu [Spirit Lady], its nomination in the Indigenous Language category at this year's National Indigenous Music Awards, and other topics like being away from Country, as well as sharing his memories and the lessons he learnt from his mentor and grandfather Dr Yunupingu.
Take It Blak podcast - EPISODE 15 National Indigenous Music Awards
In this special episode of Take it Blak brought to you by the National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMAs) and Music NT, co-hosts Rachael Hocking and Tara Wise catch up with some of the NIMA nominees, spin a few deadly tunes, and yarn about all things music. Artists Mau Power, Dallas Woods and Alice Skye talk about having the awards go virtual in 2020 due to coronavirus, what community recognition means to them and where they are at in their musical journeys.
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Great listening and incredibly factual and informing! Love it.
Great first ep! Am looking forward to continuing my learning. Thanks so much.