SBS NITV Radio

NITV

A national focus on news, events & issues that affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Hear interviews, features and community stories from the SBS NITV Radio program.

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In this series of the NITV Podcasts we explore the different connections and points of interests between Australian First Nations and Multicultural communities of Australia. In this episode we discover the relationship between Indigenous Australians and the Filipino Community.

Nov 25

18 min 37 sec

Musician and Yorta Yorta, Gunditjmara man Isaiah Firebrace took his Aboriginal History class petition to Parliament House earlier this morning calling on the Australian government to implement Aboriginal history classes in primary and secondary education across the country.

Nov 24

7 min 46 sec

“It’s a very exciting season because last year we weren’t able to play here in Melbourne in front of our fans and Boomers family; and also to have them come at the games and experience the Boomers atmosphere”- Cayla George, captain Melbourne Boomers.

Nov 23

7 min 15 sec

Meet Aunty Cheryl Creed, founder of Murri Quu Couture Aboriginal sustainable fashion label.

Nov 19

11 min 52 sec

In this episode of the NITV Podcast we explore the worrying outbreak of Covid-19 in Katherine, Robinson River and Borroloola in the Northern Territory. These largely Aboriginal communities are racing to prevent further spreading of the very contagious Covid-19 Delta variant.

Nov 19

26 min 59 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting the Northern Territory, NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Nov 18

3 min 8 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting the Northern Territory, NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Nov 17

2 min 49 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Nov 16

2 min 35 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Nov 15

2 min 19 sec

Rapid-fire climate extremes leave the Great Barrier Reef a bleached ‘checkerboard’ - Could the future of aviation fuel be created out of thin air? - Rare boomerang collection from Cooper Creek reveals a diverse past.

Nov 15

12 min 21 sec

The film ‘The Bowraville Murders’ by investigative journalist and filmmaker Allan Clarke recounts the epic battle for justice by the families of three Aboriginal children murdered in a rural NSW town.  The film shines the light on the systemic racism inside the justice system. The film will premiere at the Sydney Film Festival this Saturday 13/11/2021

Nov 12

11 min 40 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Nov 12

2 min 8 sec

In this episode of the NITV Podcast we discover Murri’s On the Move, a driving school that’s developed strategies to eliminate key barriers to obtaining a driver license in disadvantaged sectors of the community.

Nov 11

21 min 56 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Nov 11

2 min 10 sec

Rheanna Lotter is a proud Yuin woman and contemporary artist currently living on Dharug country. She has created the artwork this year for Specsavers’ limited-edition glasses and sunglasses frames, with profits going towards the Fred Hollows Foundation and its Indigenous Australia program. 

Nov 10

7 min 37 sec

In the sidelines of ongoing community consultations, Uncle Andrew Gardiner, Member of Victoria’s First Peoples’ Assembly and CO-Chair of the Interim “Elders Voice” outlines what might be the structure of the permanent “Elders Voice”.

Nov 10

10 min 51 sec

Wiradjuri man, Neville Williams-Boney a NAISDA graduate and teacher shares his passion for dance, music and theatre. He also encourages young people considering a career in dance and the performing arts to have yarn about the possibilities that auditioning for NAISDA can offer.As 2021 is drawing to a close, and so is the NAISDA online auditions window, but not until Monday 15 November.

Nov 10

10 min 41 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Nov 10

2 min 19 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Nov 9

2 min 34 sec

Conversation with Auntie Jill Gallagher, VACCHO CEO about the organisation’s recently released 5-year strategic plan (20212026)/. The document is set to foster strength, sustainability and innovation for generational change.

Nov 8

11 min 5 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Nov 8

2 min 40 sec

Written by professor Bain Attwood, William Cooper: An Aboriginal Life Story is the most comprehensive biography of Uncle William Cooper.  The book retraces meticulously Uncle William Cooper’s unwavering battle against the dispossession of Aboriginal people and the denial of their fundamental rights.

Nov 6

27 min 27 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Nov 5

2 min 35 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Nov 4

2 min 54 sec

Indigenous business owner and mum of two, Tessa Bobir is teaching women how to use steam and herbs to promote women's intimate and reproductive health.

Nov 3

11 min 18 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Nov 3

2 min 33 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Nov 2

2 min 35 sec

Peter Jensen found his passion in firefighting, and now gives back to his community as a mentor in the same educational program that helped him get there.

Nov 2

8 min 31 sec

After moving to Melbourne Raphaelle Joly discovered Aboriginal art and was mesmerized. Working with local artists, the French designer now shares Indigenous creations on her handmade fashion and home accessories.

Nov 2

9 min 56 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Nov 1

2 min 50 sec

The rate the world needs to reduce coal and gas power to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees has no historical precedent - How Facebook controls the ads you see - COVID-19 recovery plans are failing to account for climate change - New invention: this wooden steak knife is as tough as nails.

Nov 1

12 min 8 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Oct 29

2 min 10 sec

In this series of the NITV Podcasts we look into the different connections and points of interest between Australian First Nations and multicultural communities of Australia. In this episode we explore the relationship between Indigenous Australians and the Turkish Community.

Oct 28

17 min 4 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Oct 28

2 min 10 sec

"With every successful Indigenous Business, it chips away at the stereotype of an Aboriginal person and If I can do anything to contribute to that then my work here is done." - Fiona Harrison founder Chocolate On Purpose

Oct 28

14 min 37 sec

Our Mob are naturally very caring for one another but not many are aware of job opportunities in the care sector. - Carly Wallace

Oct 27

8 min 41 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Oct 27

2 min

Meet Abbie and Nathan, owners of the Gomu Rawak Shop, and finalists in the Buy From The Bush Big Break Competition for rural business owners and entrepreneurs.

Oct 27

9 min 29 sec

UNHEARD is described as a confronting look at racial issues in Australia as told by those who have experienced them first-hand.

Oct 26

11 min 43 sec

“I want to showcase how Australia gives us so many great different foods. Each state has different produce and we should be celebrating all of it.” - Nornie Bero; chef and owner of Mabu Mabu

Oct 26

10 min 34 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Oct 26

2 min 16 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Oct 25

2 min 29 sec

Researchers have developed a clean and cost-effective way to upcycle used plastic, transforming it into valuable nanomaterials and high-quality fuel - A warming ocean threatens the survival of the Southern Right Whale - Undocumented health problems discovered among those exposed to bushfire smoke -Fish camouflage better without friends nearby

Oct 24

10 min 50 sec

In this episode of the NITV Podcast we explore the life of Tongerlongeter, a man who led the most successful and fiercest resistance against colonisation during the Black War. Mostly forgotten in the national narrative, many are now calling for Tongerlongeter to be acknowledged and revered as a national icon as much as the ANZACS.  

Oct 24

19 min 59 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Oct 22

2 min 12 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Oct 21

2 min 28 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Oct 20

2 min 12 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Oct 19

2 min 25 sec

The latest news on the current Delta strain outbreak affecting regional NSW and Victoria's Indigenous communities.

Oct 18

2 min 40 sec

During Gambling Harm Awareness Week in Victoria (18/10/2021 -24/10/2021) we encourage people to talk about the harms associated with gambling and the effects they can have on communities, families, friends, workplaces and individuals. - Shane Lucas, CEO Responsible Gambling Victoria

Oct 17

14 min 52 sec