Radio Skid Row’s Podcast Pilot (Radio Skid Row)
A podcast pilot season that will work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members to build their skills and expertise in podcast production. In 2019/20, podcast pilots will include African Soccer in Australia, International Students in Sydney and Indigenous People and Water.
Dis and Dat Disability Advocacy Program (2BOB Radio)
Dis and Dat Advocacy Program will provide on-air opportunities for young people with disabilities. This weekly radio program helps to develop the presenting skills of broadcasters while connecting listeners with disability support groups and insights from people living with a disability.
CAWLS – Sisters In Law (8CCC)
Hosted by lawyers from the Central Australian Women’s Legal Service (CAWLS), this legal education series provides information about the law, women’s rights and access to justice.
From Paddocks to Pride (OCR FM)
From Paddocks to Pride will provide a voice for the local LGBTQI+ community, specifically in rural and regional areas. This weekly program will demystify queer culture and educate listeners to encourage acceptance and diversity.
Surviving the HSC (2MFM)
Broadcast in Arabic, Surviving the HSC is a short radio series that sheds light on the challenging experiences of students from culturally and linguistically diverse communities who are undertaking their Higher School Certificate (HSC). This series shares real-life experiences from students and their families, alongside interviews with qualified professionals focused on managing stress.
Indigenous radio programming (Noosa FM)
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people on the Sunshine Coast will have three-hours each week dedicated to cultural education, local information, music and community interviews. Programming will include outside broadcasts for NAIDOC week, the Booin Gari Festival and National Sorry Day.
Slave Traders – Food and Fashion Fail (BAY FM)
Slave Traders – Food and Fashion Fail will delve deep into the supply chains of manufacturing. This weekly radio series will examine the issues behind fashion and food production to question ethics and encourage social and corporate responsibility.
Flunk (auspiced by Auspicious Arts Projects Inc and broadcast on C31 Melbourne and Geelong)
Flunk is a scripted teen drama series set in Lilydale, Victoria, exploring issues affecting LGBTQI+ youth including sexuality, identity, drug and alcohol use, and youth homelessness.
Sustaining a Green Community in Tasmania (City Park Radio)
This six-part podcast series will explore sustainable living through the lens of a Sydney couple seeking a more sustainable life in Launceston. Sustaining a Green Community in Tasmania will explore the communities who are coming together across cultures to build a stronger and more sustainable lifestyle.
Let’s Talk (989fm)
Let’s Talk is a daily Indigenous current affairs radio program and podcast hosted by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander broadcasters, journalists and academics including the Wild Black Women segment.
Taste-plosion podcast (4EB)
Taste-plosion is a podcast series and cooking show, made with the help of children, that focuses on different countries and dishes that represent them. Taste-plosion will inspire an appreciation of other cultures and a sense of belonging for the diverse 4EB listeners, with participants preparing a different dish and discussing cultural traditions in each episode.