Monday Breakfast: Isol-Aid NAIDOC; Cold Case North; Joe Anderson's use of cinema to demand recognition for his people; Eight Days in Kamay exhibition; #Raise the Age

Monday, 9 November 2020 - 7:00am to 8:30am
Always was always will be Photo by Johan Mouchet courtesy Unsplash

7:00     Acknowledgement of Country


7:07     Candice Lorrae from The Merindas speaks with Claudia about Isol-Aid NAIDOC week Celebration


7:18     Michael Nest discusses Cold Case North with Judith, a book about a new investigation to find out what happened to two Canadian Indigenous activists, James Brady and Absolom Halkett, who disappeared in Canada’s northwest in 1967.


7:48     Ella remembers the life of Joe Anderson one of the first Aboriginal men to use film and the cinema to demand recognition for his people. He was filmed delivering a message to the people of Australia, standing on the banks of a tributary of the Georges River called Salt Pan Creek in 1933.


8:00     Damien Webb, head of the State Library of New South Wales' Indigenous Engagement team, speaks with Paddy about the online exhibition, Eight Days in Kamay which invites visitors to revisit James Cook's legacy and European accounts of the Endeavour's short stay in Kamay (Botany Bay) 250 years ago.


8:15     Chris Cunneen, Professor of Criminology at the University of Technology Sydney, tells Judith about why the age of criminal responsibility must be raised from 10 to 14 in Australia and the campaign to make that happen.



The Merindas              Before Daylight

Dobby                         My Mind

Buffy Ste Marie           No No Keshagesh

Leah Flanagan            Bluebells

Archie Roach              Let Love Rule