Let’s Talk is a daily First Nations current affairs radio program and podcast hosted by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander presenters covering a broad range of First Nations issues. The long-running program airs daily on 4AAA/98.9FM, the Brisbane Indigenous Media Association’s (BIMA) radio station which broadcasts in south-east Queensland (Yugara and Turrbal country) and nationally through the National Indigenous Radio Service.
Let’s Talk offers an alternative to mainstream media coverage of First Nations issues and importantly features Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander presenters who bring their lived experience, knowledge and expertise to a broad range of stories covered on the program.
This year, these included the 30th anniversary of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody report and special coverage of International Women’s Day, as well as stories about native title, climate change, sovereignty, First Nations arts, and interviews with prominent First Nations politicians, Uncle Archie Roach and Uncle Jack Charles.
CBF funding supported the production of 223 episodes of Let’s Talk ensuring that a diverse range of First Nations voices and perspectives are heard in metropolitan, regional and remote communities across Australia.
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Quick Response Grants are also available outside our grant rounds for community media organisations that are experiencing emergencies.
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