CBAA National Features & Documentary Series

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The Australian Muslim Cameleers opened up the interior of Australia to settlers during the 19th and 20th centuries.Their work was tough and the life that they lived is a largely a forgotten chapter in Australia’s history.Join Saad Khalid, from
In the north of Australia, enormous amounts of money are being invested in plans to irrigate using water from some of our wildest rivers.Wangki Radio’s Dylan Storer., explores the situation in Australia’s North West and the lessons to be learnt
In the Pilbara, the duties of a Yurala are handed down from father to son through the generations, as they are called on to perform songs and dances to make it rain.Ngaarda Media’s Marion Cheedy, tells the story of the last known rainmaker of t
The Country Women’s Association is at the heart of rural traditional values, so when a young, urban feminist comes knocking on their door, will there be a place for her in the organisation?Find out as Alice Ansara gives us a personal insight in
The so-called national homeless crisis continues to impact communities everywhere, from cities to regional Australia. Bay FM’s Mia Armitage shares stories from the Byron area on the Northern Rivers of New South Wales.Produced for the 2019 CBAA
Bernard Namok Senior designed the Torres Strait Flag, 27 years ago, but despite its continued use, it’s still not clear who owns the copyright to the design. Join Bernard Namok Junior from TEABBA as he embarks on a journey to resolve the copyri
Accessing transport can be a struggle for many, particularly if you have a disability.Transport engineer, David Brown, from Northside Radio, explores what is required from planners to overcome common barriers to access.Produced for the 2019 CBA
Pregnancy often involves pre-natal screening and testing, that can be mystifying and confusing.3CR’s Amy McMurtrie explores the potential impact prenatal tests have for our society through the lens of two parents.Produced for the 2019 CBAA Nati
Aguer Athian brings us some stories from South Sudanese youth in Australia to give voice to the voiceless in .Hear Our VoicesProduced by Aguer Athian of 3ZZZ, Melbourne. Supervising production by Maddy Macfarlane.Discover more at: https://www.c
In Bangladeshi poet and journalist Humayun Reza speaks about the challenges some writers face in Australia.Finding Voice,Produced by Mick Paddon of Eastside FM. Supervising production by Sharon Davis.Discover more at: https://www.cbaa.org.au/a
Aoife Cooke takes us to what’s formally known as a “medically supervised injecting centre", but is known to some as The Shooting Gallery.Produced by Aoife Cooke of 3CR, Melbourne. Supervising production by Georgia Moodie.Discover more at: https
In , Meredith Gilmore sits down with two of the quarter million Australians caring for family members living with mental health difficulties.Hidden CarersProduced by Meredith Gilmore of Coast FM 963. Supervising production by Ian Crouch.Discove
With over 30 years experience in organic farming, in Barry Green hears from a group of Australians concerned about the future of food, and the solution they’re putting on the table.Healthy Soils, Healthy CommunitiesProduced by Barry Green of D
What if you need to overcome additional barriers in order to get up and run? Katharina Loesche meets a couple of joggers in .The Runners’ GuideProduced by Katharina Loesche of Radio 4EB, Brisbane. Supervising production by Kim Stewart.Discover
Nikola Van de Wetering returns to her hometown to dig-up the controversy sitting close to the surface in At The Coalface.Produced by Nikola Van de Wetering of 4ZZZ, Brisbane. Supervising production by Stephen Stockwell.Discover more at: https:/
Mahendra Chitrarasu tells the story of his grandmother’s migration to Australia in To Say I Am Home.Produced by Mahendra Chitrarasu of Radio Adelaide. Supervising production by Nikki Marcel.Discover more at: https://www.cbaa.org.au/article/nfds
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