CAAMA Radio RIBS Co-ordinator Pam Reilly visited Titjikala RIBS Broadcaster Debra Claude to have a chat about her role.
Titjikala also known as Tapatjatjaka and formerly known as “Maryvale”, after the cattle station at the community. Titjakala is about 100 km by mainly unsealed road south-east from Alice Springs and is the main access road to the community.
Titjikala is situated in the Simpson Desert that occupies much of the southern part of the Northern Territory.
Denzel is a talented remote broadcaster from Wingellina (Irrunytju) 6km over the Western Australia border. He broadcasts from his community RIBS radio station in three local languages. Denzel was impressed with the CAAMA setup as he spent time in Studio1 with Mikaela during her Drivetime Show. He is in Mbantua (Alice Springs) for a two week holiday and is looking forward to more travel this year with a possible trip away to do some extended radio training. It was good to see you thanks for dropping in to CAAMA.
She is a multi award winning singer. She gave us My Island Home and now she is turning that home into an Island Christmas. Christine says that she celebrates Christmas surrounded by family! And her new album Island Christmas is a collaboration of family members across the twelve tracks.
It has the influences of the islands and even features Anu’s children! She has made countless appearances at Carols in the Domain and Carols by Candlelight over the years and this album just felt like the right fit.
To celebrate the festive season which is well and truly upon us, Justin Fenwick sat down with Christine to talk about what an island Christmas is really like and how she celebrates the festive season!
Training continues to CAAMA’s Remote Communities allowing a Bigger Voice from Community “Youth and Elders”
Imanpa Primary School kids visited their local radio station today. They wanted to share their joyful voices with the rest of the community. Take a moment to listen and enjoy their short show too.
The CAAMA RIBS crew in Northern Peninsula Area Queensland pumped out a deadly show across the Black Star Network while attending the Remote Indigenous Media Festival.
Kenny Windley bringing a cheer to everybody’s Friday afternoon “Live” in the CAAMA Studios
27th – 28th – 29th – 30th of May 2014 was a Great experience for Fiona and AC meeting and training the Young Men Henly, Anslem, Galvin, Theo and Thelick from Ntaria Youth Corp as well as training the Young Ladies Makisha, Loretta, Isobelle along with Griffen from the Papunya Youth Group
14th May 2014 was a trip to Elliott for some training and to meet with Stuart Nuggett another RIBS Broadcasters for Gurungu……….
Big things happening in Elliott with Hip Hop music workshops as well as the older school students planning to be part of Elliott RIBS shows……….Gurungu connecting to the Community via CAAMA Radio………….
Trip to IMANPA was full of Fun and Laughs with the Children of IMANPA School and Gary Mumu putting out a Great Show throughout the CAAMA Network………………….
New RIBS Broadcasters from Aputula Warrie, Ursula and Samuel participated in Radio Broadcasting training ………A great success over the 2 days training which attracted future trainees…………Bright prospects for the Broadcasters at Aputula
Trip to Elliott
The journey continues for AC as he travels to RIBS Communities throughout Central Australia [CAAMA RIBS]
Fiona and AC travelled to Elliott 250kms North of Tennant Creek……A wonderful green and wet drive as the wet season continues
Arriving in Elliott we met with the Shire Manager, School Principal, and the Head Nurse at the Health Clinic
Meeting Jason Bill [Elliott RIBS Broadcaster] was the highlight of the trip and the possibility of future trainees from the region
The second stage of the trip to Alpurrurulam was cancelled due to the Georgina River being impassable……………