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19 May 2015

Students standing strong to save CASM

Save CASM

With the recent planning of restructuring within the University of Adelaide, the Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music (CASM) could face possible closure. Its fair to say that these changes are bringing a lot of uncertainty […]

Save CASM

With the recent planning of restructuring within the University of Adelaide, the Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music (CASM) could face possible closure. Its fair to say that these changes are bringing a lot of uncertainty for many students and lecturers who are involved with CASM, and with that, they are fighting for this very essential and significant program’s existence.

On the 18th May, with great surprise and amazement, approximately 13 students from CASM, came into the Radio Adelaide studios to join us on Nunga Wangga, where we had a chat with them about these changes with the University of Adelaide and how important CASM is to them and the community.

Also we had a chat with Ashley Turner who is a lecturer at CASM, but who is also a union delegate from the National Tertiary Education Union and we talked about the changes a little bit more in-depth.

 

 

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Guests – Students: Ben Wanganeen, Darby Lee, Zakari Raymond, Caleb Raymond, Tom Gilchrist, Matilda D’Antoine, Dahmeeka Khan, Zaachariaha Fielding, Nathan May, Bethany Marshall, Peter Howlett & Hayden Merrit.

Guest – Lecturer: Ashley Turner (CASM Lecturer & Union Delegate from the National Tertiary Education Union)

Presenters: Stephen Goldsmith & Lynsey Cruse

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19 May 2015

Iron Child Scoops SA Screen Awards

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Up-and-coming filmmaker Claire Bishop won five awards in this year’s South Australian Screen Awards for her short documentary ‘Iron Child‘, about growing up in Whyalla. She joined Angus Randall in-studio to talk about her documentary. […]

Up-and-coming filmmaker Claire Bishop won five awards in this year’s South Australian Screen Awards for her short documentary ‘Iron Child‘, about growing up in Whyalla.

She joined Angus Randall in-studio to talk about her documentary.

Produced by Jennie Lenman.

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19 May 2015

Local council rejects O-Bahn plans

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The one-hundred-and-sixty-million dollar O-Bahn upgrade plan is being put at risk by one local council and residents. Norwood, Payneham and St Peters Mayor Robert Bria joined Angus Randall to talk about this issue. Produced by […]

The one-hundred-and-sixty-million dollar O-Bahn upgrade plan is being put at risk by one local council and residents.

Norwood, Payneham and St Peters Mayor Robert Bria joined Angus Randall to talk about this issue.

Produced by Jennie Lenman.

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18 May 2015

Sex And The Single Sperm

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Research at the University of Adelaide is getting closer to understanding the risk factors associated with endometriosis, including an association between contact with seminal fluid and the development of the condition. Associate Professor Louise Hull […]

Research at the University of Adelaide is getting closer to understanding the risk factors associated with endometriosis, including an association between contact with seminal fluid and the development of the condition.
Associate Professor Louise Hull of the Robinson Research Institute is in conversation with Ewart Shaw.

Produced and presented by Ewart Shaw.
Guest: Assoc. Prof. Louise Hull, University of Adelaide.

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News & Events

Feature album

sistercity (2015)

t:dy t:wns

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Sounding something like 90s-era Magnetic Fields and 00s-era Beyonce playing 80s-era synths and 70s-era fuzz guitar, t:dy t:wns is a Melbournian gathering of musical souls led by writer/producer Peter Joseph Head with Neil Erenström (Crayon Fields/Motifs), Zachery Schneider (The Great Outdoors), Louise Terry (Brite Fight/Flying Scribble) and Sez Wilks (Kikuyu/Alex and The Ramps). 'Sistercity' features 12 meticulously sculpted pop tracks recorded with 12 different female feature vocal artists.