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Lets Talk is a one hour radio talk back show that has been running for well over 20 years and podcasts are available online from 1999. One of the most relevant radio shows, now also podcast for Aboriginal perspectives on politics, current affairs and events, ‘Let’s Talk’ is made in Brisbane at ‘98FM’ (Formerly known as 4AAA Murri Radio) and is played on other First Nations radio stations around the country via the National Indigenous Radio Service. Hosted by Tiga Bayles until his passing in 2016, the show continued with a range of different hosts including, Amy McQuire, Wild Black WomenBogain Spearim, 'The Aunties' (Dr Lilla Watson and Dr Mary Graham) and Kaava Watson. As one of 989FM’s most popular and longest running programs, it is expected to remain as a key feature of the stations presence in the social, political and cultural discussions in Aboriginal Media.

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