2011-01-15 Good Spirit Festival

When Aboriginal community members invited Africans living in Tasmania to join with them on an island off southern Tasmania to share story, song and dance, neither knew what to expect. But what emerged from the gathering, the Nayri Niara (or Good Spirit) Festival was a shared sense of identity and solidarity, and a unique space to collaborate with one another. In this program, we hear music and performance recorded on location on Bruny Island from didjeridu players Ash Dargan and Jeremy Donovan, the WAYPA Tasmanian Aboriginal Dancers and Kobya, a singer-songwriter from Mozambique, who lives in Melbourne.

This program was first broadcast on 19 June 2010.
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2011-01-15 Good Spirit Festival

When Aboriginal community members invited Africans living in Tasmania to join with them on an island off southern Tasmania to share story, song and dance, neither knew what to expect. But what emerged from the gathering, the Nayri Niara (or Good Spirit) Festival was a shared sense of identity and solidarity, and a unique space to collaborate with one another. In this program, we hear music and performance recorded on location on Bruny Island from didjeridu players Ash Dargan and Jeremy Donovan, the WAYPA Tasmanian Aboriginal Dancers and Kobya, a singer-songwriter from Mozambique, who lives in Melbourne.

This program was first broadcast on 19 June 2010.
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2011-01-15 Good Spirit Festival

When Aboriginal community members invited Africans living in Tasmania to join with them on an island off southern Tasmania to share story, song and dance, neither knew what to expect. But what emerged from the gathering, the Nayri Niara (or Good Spirit) Festival was a shared sense of identity and solidarity, and a unique space to collaborate with one another. In this program, we hear music and performance recorded on location on Bruny Island from didjeridu players Ash Dargan and Jeremy Donovan, the WAYPA Tasmanian Aboriginal Dancers and Kobya, a singer-songwriter from Mozambique, who lives in Melbourne.

This program was first broadcast on 19 June 2010.
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2011-01-15 Good Spirit Festival

When Aboriginal community members invited Africans living in Tasmania to join with them on an island off southern Tasmania to share story, song and dance, neither knew what to expect. But what emerged from the gathering, the Nayri Niara (or Good Spirit) Festival was a shared sense of identity and solidarity, and a unique space to collaborate with one another. In this program, we hear music and performance recorded on location on Bruny Island from didjeridu players Ash Dargan and Jeremy Donovan, the WAYPA Tasmanian Aboriginal Dancers and Kobya, a singer-songwriter from Mozambique, who lives in Melbourne.

This program was first broadcast on 19 June 2010.
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2011-01-15 Good Spirit Festival

When Aboriginal community members invited Africans living in Tasmania to join with them on an island off southern Tasmania to share story, song and dance, neither knew what to expect. But what emerged from the gathering, the Nayri Niara (or Good Spirit) Festival was a shared sense of identity and solidarity, and a unique space to collaborate with one another. In this program, we hear music and performance recorded on location on Bruny Island from didjeridu players Ash Dargan and Jeremy Donovan, the WAYPA Tasmanian Aboriginal Dancers and Kobya, a singer-songwriter from Mozambique, who lives in Melbourne.

This program was first broadcast on 19 June 2010.
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2011-01-15 Good Spirit Festival

When Aboriginal community members invited Africans living in Tasmania to join with them on an island off southern Tasmania to share story, song and dance, neither knew what to expect. But what emerged from the gathering, the Nayri Niara (or Good Spirit) Festival was a shared sense of identity and solidarity, and a unique space to collaborate with one another. In this program, we hear music and performance recorded on location on Bruny Island from didjeridu players Ash Dargan and Jeremy Donovan, the WAYPA Tasmanian Aboriginal Dancers and Kobya, a singer-songwriter from Mozambique, who lives in Melbourne.

This program was first broadcast on 19 June 2010.
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2011-01-15 Good Spirit Festival

When Aboriginal community members invited Africans living in Tasmania to join with them on an island off southern Tasmania to share story, song and dance, neither knew what to expect. But what emerged from the gathering, the Nayri Niara (or Good Spirit) Festival was a shared sense of identity and solidarity, and a unique space to collaborate with one another. In this program, we hear music and performance recorded on location on Bruny Island from didjeridu players Ash Dargan and Jeremy Donovan, the WAYPA Tasmanian Aboriginal Dancers and Kobya, a singer-songwriter from Mozambique, who lives in Melbourne.

This program was first broadcast on 19 June 2010.
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2011-01-15 Good Spirit Festival

When Aboriginal community members invited Africans living in Tasmania to join with them on an island off southern Tasmania to share story, song and dance, neither knew what to expect. But what emerged from the gathering, the Nayri Niara (or Good Spirit) Festival was a shared sense of identity and solidarity, and a unique space to collaborate with one another. In this program, we hear music and performance recorded on location on Bruny Island from didjeridu players Ash Dargan and Jeremy Donovan, the WAYPA Tasmanian Aboriginal Dancers and Kobya, a singer-songwriter from Mozambique, who lives in Melbourne.

This program was first broadcast on 19 June 2010.
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2011-01-15 Good Spirit Festival

When Aboriginal community members invited Africans living in Tasmania to join with them on an island off southern Tasmania to share story, song and dance, neither knew what to expect. But what emerged from the gathering, the Nayri Niara (or Good Spirit) Festival was a shared sense of identity and solidarity, and a unique space to collaborate with one another. In this program, we hear music and performance recorded on location on Bruny Island from didjeridu players Ash Dargan and Jeremy Donovan, the WAYPA Tasmanian Aboriginal Dancers and Kobya, a singer-songwriter from Mozambique, who lives in Melbourne.

This program was first broadcast on 19 June 2010.
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2011-01-15 Good Spirit Festival

When Aboriginal community members invited Africans living in Tasmania to join with them on an island off southern Tasmania to share story, song and dance, neither knew what to expect. But what emerged from the gathering, the Nayri Niara (or Good Spirit) Festival was a shared sense of identity and solidarity, and a unique space to collaborate with one another. In this program, we hear music and performance recorded on location on Bruny Island from didjeridu players Ash Dargan and Jeremy Donovan, the WAYPA Tasmanian Aboriginal Dancers and Kobya, a singer-songwriter from Mozambique, who lives in Melbourne.

This program was first broadcast on 19 June 2010.
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2011-01-15 Good Spirit Festival

When Aboriginal community members invited Africans living in Tasmania to join with them on an island off southern Tasmania to share story, song and dance, neither knew what to expect. But what emerged from the gathering, the Nayri Niara (or Good Spirit) Festival was a shared sense of identity and solidarity, and a unique space to collaborate with one another. In this program, we hear music and performance recorded on location on Bruny Island from didjeridu players Ash Dargan and Jeremy Donovan, the WAYPA Tasmanian Aboriginal Dancers and Kobya, a singer-songwriter from Mozambique, who lives in Melbourne.

This program was first broadcast on 19 June 2010.
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2011-01-15 Good Spirit Festival

When Aboriginal community members invited Africans living in Tasmania to join with them on an island off southern Tasmania to share story, song and dance, neither knew what to expect. But what emerged from the gathering, the Nayri Niara (or Good Spirit) Festival was a shared sense of identity and solidarity, and a unique space to collaborate with one another. In this program, we hear music and performance recorded on location on Bruny Island from didjeridu players Ash Dargan and Jeremy Donovan, the WAYPA Tasmanian Aboriginal Dancers and Kobya, a singer-songwriter from Mozambique, who lives in Melbourne.

This program was first broadcast on 19 June 2010.
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