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NAIDOC week on triple j, Double J and Unearthed

Friday 05 July, 2019
Steph Tisdell and Dave Woodhead

Next week, triple j, Double J and Unearthed will be celebrating the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for NAIDOC Week.
From 6am Monday 8 July, multi-award-winning comedians Steph & Dave are taking over triple j Brekkie all week.
Steph Tisdell is a Ydinji woman hailing from Brisbane, and Darwin bred Torres Strait Islander man Dave Woodhead are excited about an opportunity to teach triple j listeners some Aboriginal slang and bring Thelma Plum’s special Like A Version.
Ngiyampaa Weilwan woman and the 2018 Walkley winner Laura Murphy-Oates kicks off her stint hosting Hack for the month on Monday while on Tuesday from 9am, Young Australian of the Year Baker Boy will join Linda Marigliano for INSPIRED, where he’ll talk through his Hottest 100 hit ‘Marryuna’, break down the verses in Language and explore what the song means for his community.
Saturday night’s House Party show will be a NAIDOC Week special.  
At Double J on Tuesday from 7pm, they will be airing Archie Roach’s Byron Bay Bluesfest set on Live at the Wireless, and diving into the story behind Yothu Yindi’s iconic song ‘Treaty’ during the J Files on Thursday 11 July.
Kev Carmody’s ‘Bloodlines’ is Double J’s Classic Album of the week from 7pm Monday and features his landmark single ‘From Little Things Big Things Grow’.
triple j Unearthed, on Thursday, features an online and radio special on artists from Unearthed who sing and rap in Language, before playing 24 hours of exclusively Indigenous music on Saturday 13 July.




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