Karla Grant Presents

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Karla Grant Presents

The 2019/2020 bushfire season was one that won't quickly be forgotten. In the wake of these fires playwright Wesley Enoch wants to challenge the way we think about fire and its devastating effects.

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Season 1
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Profiles and showcases the unique role, contribution, and cultural leadership of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers across the health system in Queensland from 1970 to present.
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Stiff Gins, Nardi Simpson and Kaleena Briggs, are one of Australia's most loved Indigenous music acts. Combining humour and stunning harmonies to transport you to a world of joy, spirit and song.
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Gifted with an amazing voice and guided by his strong connection to culture, Jack's music has a unique quality that is sure to make himself, his family and the people of the Torres Strait proud.
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The Deadly Nannas Choir comprise of 7 women who are dedicated to reviving the Ngarrundjeri language. Growing up without their language they formed in 2016 to reclaim their culture through song.
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Carissa is a Yorta Yorta Dja Dja Wurrung singer/songwriter and storyteller based in Boonwurrung Country on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.
26:49
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As a music-maker and language revivalist from the south coast Noongar region of Western Australia, Clint Bracknell's work intersects with applied linguistics, ecomusicology and Indigenous studies.
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