Beyond the Bars 2018

Tuesday, 26 June 2018 - 12:18pm
Beyond the Bars 2018

On the air since 2002, Beyond the Bars in 2018 featured stories, songs, opinions and poems from over 100 men and women in the Dame Phyllis Frost Centre, Barwon Prison, Fulham Correctional Centre, Marngoneet Correctional Centre, Loddon Prison and Port Phillip Prison. The all-Black radio broadcast team presented the broadcasts and workshops in the lead up to NAIDOC Week.

Monday 9 July, 11-2pm, Dame Phyllis Frost Centre
Tuesday 10 July, 11-2pm, Barwon Prison
Wednesday 11 July, 12-2pm, Fulham Correctional Centre, 2-4pm, Middleton Prison
Thursday 12 July, 12-3pm, Port Phillip Prison
Friday 13 July, 11-2pm, Marngoneet Correctional Centre

The Beyond the Bars 2018 double CD was launched on 1 November 2018. To obtain your free copy of the double CD, drop in to the station, or email your request to projects@3cr.org.au

You can listen to the double CD below.

CD 1

1. Tribute to Aunty Lynne - Simone 1:51   

2. Aboriginal Well-Being Officer - Aunty Lynne Killeen 4:05      

3. First time bubs - Ebony 2:00   

4. Children on the inside – Ange 2.44       

5. Family – Bianca 4:35       

6. Domestic violence – Tina 1.41

7. My people – April 3:15    

8. Home on the inside – Trisha 2:32          

9. Gran – Carly 1:00 

10. Step up – Marlene 0:42

11. Future visions – Coco 6:32       

12. DPFC cheerios 8:50       

13. On my way home – Shane 7:22           

14. Come together – Midnight 0:38           

15. Aunty Jan - Kutcha and David 1:41    

16 I am you, you are me - Eric and Kutcha 2:07 

17. Loddon cheerios 3:22   

18 Original family – Dargs 5:13     

19. Going home, going bush – Rayden 2:23          

20. Space for reflection – Dargs 1:47        

21. Dreamin’ - Trav, Rayden and Dargs     3:24  

22. NAIDOC – Trav 0:12      

23. Life’s on hold – Dargs 3:45

24. Barwon cheerios 1:16   

25. Gilla tribute and poem – Casey 2.02   

26. Karreenga cheerios 2:12          

CD 2

01. Welcome, in Memory of Gilla – Brian 2.48

02. To a brother that passed – Brian 1.26

03. Fulham Indigenous unit – Brian 1.45

04. Painting inside – Darcy 3.51

05. Proud to be Aboriginal – Dylan 2.14

06. Different to other prisons – Hoodie 3.57

07. Corroboree – Hoodie 1.10

08. ‘Being brown’ – Dookie 0.40

09. Fulham cheerios 7.19

10. Tribute ‘Amazing Grace’ Yidarki - Raymond  2.32

11. Because of Her We Can - Ray Ray 2:39           

12. Painting – Kev 1:40       

13. ‘Because of Her We Can’ – Alfie, Kev, Rocky, Feno, Henry, Combo 4:49      

14. A day in the life - Henry and Kev 1:22           

15. Ancestors Leading the Way - Ray Ray 0:57    

16. Missing you Dad – Alfie 2:00    

17. Time is now – Alfie 1:14           

18. Sister Loretta - Ray Ray  1:32   

19. Respect for music - Ray Ray 2:38        

20. ‘Sweet Koori Lady’ - Rocky, Henry, Feno, Michael 2:13         

21. PPP Cheerios 5:50         

22. Dreaming of freedom - Jonathon

23. Dardi Munwurro – Jonathon 2:37

Beyond the Bars receives financial support from the Community Broadcasting Foundation, the Department of Justice and Regulation, and the City of Yarra.

Beyond the Bars 2017 Financial Supporters

Beyond the Bars receives financial support from the Community Broadcasting Foundation, the Koori Justice Unit and Corrections Victoria at the Department of Justice, and the City of Yarra.

Beyond the Bars 2018 CD launch invitation

Shiralee Hood with the women at DPFC
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3CR Radio's annual live prison broadcasts, held during NAIDOC Week since 2002.

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Episodes

Beyond the Bars 2018

26 Jun 2018
Proudly celebrating 17 years on the airwaves – Beyond the Bars is Australia’s only live prison radio broadcast giving a voice to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inmates.

Beyond the Bars 2017

28 Jun 2017
Giving a voice to the brothers and sisters on the inside during NAIDOC Week 3-7 July 2017.

Beyond the Bars 2016

8 Jul 2016
Celebrating 15 years on air, Beyond the Bars 2016 features the stories and insights from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and women in six Victorian jails.

Beyond the Bars 2015

4 Jun 2015
Hear from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inmates in Victoria as they join the community celebrations for NAIDOC Week 2015.