Adam Doyle—Riding the wave of Reconciliation

 

Cameron Edwards APAM, has a yarn with Deadly physio Adam Doyle APAM, about cultural sensitivity, education, the power of yarning, and the beautiful space of connection with patients.

 
 

Matthew Hoffman—Physiotherapy on Country

 

Cameron Edwards APAM, has a yarn with Deadly physio Matthew Hoffman APAM, about the importance of connection to Country and the power of clinical yarning.

Warning
​Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander listeners are warned that the following episode may contain the names and voices of people who are deceased. 

 
 

Travis Touma—Education is key

 

Cameron Edwards interviews Deadly physio Travis Touma about his career on and off the rugby league field, the richness and beauty of culture, and the huge impact physiotherapy can have on the health and wellbeing of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.

 
 

Cameron Edwards and the bridge crossing to Reconciliation

 

Producer Clare Pickering turns the table on the series and has a yarn with regular host Cameron Edwards about standing in the middle of Reconciliation and Closing the Gap.

 
 

Jessie West and the ongoing process of healing

 

In this episode, Cameron Edwards has a yarn with Jessie West about the impacts of colonisation on Tasmanian Aboriginals, and the importance of truth-telling in the ongoing process of healing and Reconciliation.

 
 

Sarah Large and her goal to Close The Gap

 

In this episode Cameron Edwards interviews his friend Sarah Large about her journey as a Biripi woman and her goal of Closing the Gap for Indigenous and Torres Strait Island Australians.

Warning
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander listeners are warned that the following episode may contain the names and voices of people who are deceased. 

 
 

Carl Francia and opening the cultural eye

 

Cameron Edwards has a yarn with Carl Francia about the Torres Strait Islands, truth-telling and looking through two eyes—the western eye and the cultural eye.

 
 

Aaron Percival and the truth about myth-busting

 

In this episode, Cameron Edwards has a yarn with Aaron Percival who reveals truth-telling is about myth-busting, letting people know what really happened and shedding a light on health inequities.

 
 

Michael Reynolds and the art of truth listening

 

In this episode Cameron Edwards interviews Michael Reynolds, the chair of the APA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Committee, about his journey and the art of truth listening.

Warning
​Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander listeners are warned that the following episode may contain the names and voices of people who are deceased. 

 
 

Curtley Nelson and closing the access gap

 

In this episode, Cameron Edwards has a yarn with Curtley Nelson about acknowledging the past, closing the access gap for Indigenous Australians and working together towards a future of equity for all people.