WOW Australia – Women of the World Festival Broadcast Project (4EB)
4EB and WOW Australia Festival are joining forces to produce a range of interview-based radio programs, podcasts and outside broadcasts about women and by women. New female broadcasters from diverse backgrounds will be trained in interview techniques, editing and broadcast technology. They will also be mentored by experienced broadcaster/producers throughout the project..
A half-hour monthly radio program made by people with a disability, for people with disability, as well as the general community. Ability on Air will showcase ability through comedy, news, interviews and general interest stories.
Punitive Expedition Against the Bardi (Goolarri)
The spearing of two pearlers at Cygnet Bay in 1885 resulted in severe police reprisals against the Bardi people on the Dampier Peninsula. A 1969 Bardi language recording of Tudor Ejai describing these events will be brought to life with 3D animation.
Uplift is a micro-narrative comedy web series, comprising 20 x 60-second episodes. Every time Lift Gal enters her bland apartment lift something unexpected happens – but now she’s ready. She’s learned if you can’t fight them, join them, and she’s ready to push this lift up to the next level.
Turning the Goldfields Green – local solutions for a global problem (Main FM)
A weekly radio program and podcast featuring interviews with individuals, groups, businesses and institutions about their activities, efforts and solutions to the climate crisis. Working in partnership with the Mount Alexander Sustainability Group (MASG), this program will investigate what is happening locally in central Victoria and how that is reflected globally.
Edge Radio and Students Against Racism (SAR) are partnering to create a radio program about the lived experience of young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds. Coordinated by the students involved, the program will be about the issues and topics important to marginalised Tasmanian young people.
Coober Pedy Community Engagement and Capability Building podcast (Dusty Radio)
This podcast series will look at the past, present and future of Coober Pedy over eight 30-minute episodes. Featuring the diverse voices and perspectives of the local community, this podcast will also provide students with training in audio production and interview techniques.
This pilot will provide mentoring and career pathways for Indigenous people to work in community radio. The project will initially use outside broadcasts to recruit and train full-time presenters in broadcasting skills. Participants will contribute to the launch of ongoing all-day programming, Blak Friday, that will examine the lives of local Redfern residents.