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National Museum of Australia – Audio on demand program

National Museum of Australia

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National Museum of Australia – Audio on demand program

National Museum of Australia – Audio on demand program

National Museum of Australia

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Plays
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The National Museum of Australia's audio series explores Australia's social history: Indigenous people, their cultures and histories, the nation's history since 1788, and the interaction of Australians with the land and environment. The series includes talks by curators, conservators, historians, environmental scientists and other specialists.

Latest Episodes

Defining Moments: True Crime

Date recorded: 24 August 2019. ABC RN’s Big Ideas presenter Paul Barclay and expert panel discuss true crime and popular culture.

59 MIN2019 SEP 26
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Defining Moments: True Crime

Paul Tapsell: Maori experience

Date recorded: 7 May 2018. Paul Tapsell describes the importance of understanding cultural beliefs and practices in attitudes towards ancestral remains. Repatriation reflects a responsibility for both indigenous and non-indigenous peoples to respect both the deceased and future generations.

52 MIN2019 SEP 2
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Paul Tapsell: Maori experience

Ainu experience: Interpretation by Jeffry Gayman

Date recorded: 7 May 2018. Elders of the Ainu of Hokkaido in northern Japan, Yuji Shimizu and Tsuguo Kuzuno describe the Ainu experience of having ancestral remains stolen and their fight to have them returned.

44 MIN2019 AUG 28
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Ainu experience: Interpretation by Jeffry Gayman

General discussion

Date recorded: 7 May 2018. The Long Journey Home: Repatriation symposium ends with a general discussion among the forum’s speakers.

15 MIN2019 AUG 28
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General discussion

Native Hawaiian experience

Date recorded: 7 May 2018. Edward Halealoha Ayau talks about the importance of appreciating the spiritual guidance of the ancestors in approaching the repatriation of remains. He discusses the importance of recognising Native Hawaiian cultural values in repatriation activities, and describes some of the positive and negative experiences he has encountered in dealing with collecting institutions.

32 MIN2019 AUG 28
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Native Hawaiian experience

Welcome to Country and Museum Executive welcome

Date recorded: 7 May 2018. Local Ngunnawal elder, Jude Barlow, provides the Welcome to Country address followed by Mathew Trinca’s opening address. Welcome to Country is a traditional practice in which visitors are both welcomed and given permission to be on the traditional lands of local Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people.

15 MIN2019 AUG 28
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Welcome to Country and Museum Executive welcome

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander experiences

Date recorded: 7 May 2018. Neil Carter, Lui Ned David and Major Sumner share their histories and experiences, identifying regional differences and similarities in repatriation activities. They state the importance of helping and learning from each other in their work.

76 MIN2019 AUG 28
Comments
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander experiences

Amber Aranui: Maori experience

Date recorded: 7 May 2018. Amber Aranui discusses the potential for conflict between Maori cultural values and practices and those of Western systems. Aranui describes the emotional experiences for Maori in pursuing the return of ancestral remains and cultural objects.

44 MIN2019 AUG 28
Comments
Amber Aranui: Maori experience

Tracking Apollo: 50 Years since the Moon Landing panel discussion

Date recorded: 19 July 2019. Andrew Tink, author of Honeysuckle Creek: The Story of Tom Reid, a Little Dish and Neil Armstrong’s First Step, and a panel of Apollo trackers tell the story of how a little dish at Honeysuckle Creek near Canberra was behind the global broadcast of Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon.

89 MIN2019 AUG 1
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Tracking Apollo: 50 Years since the Moon Landing panel discussion

National Endangered Skills and Trades seminar

Date recorded: 13 July 2019. At the Endangered Skills and Trades seminar, artisans share their stories of the joys and challenges of preserving rare skills and trades. Learn how bookbinders, taxidermists and even locksmiths can provide skills and solutions for an innovative future.

149 MIN2019 JUL 29
Comments
National Endangered Skills and Trades seminar

Latest Episodes

Defining Moments: True Crime

Date recorded: 24 August 2019. ABC RN’s Big Ideas presenter Paul Barclay and expert panel discuss true crime and popular culture.

59 MIN2019 SEP 26
Comments
Defining Moments: True Crime

Paul Tapsell: Maori experience

Date recorded: 7 May 2018. Paul Tapsell describes the importance of understanding cultural beliefs and practices in attitudes towards ancestral remains. Repatriation reflects a responsibility for both indigenous and non-indigenous peoples to respect both the deceased and future generations.

52 MIN2019 SEP 2
Comments
Paul Tapsell: Maori experience

Ainu experience: Interpretation by Jeffry Gayman

Date recorded: 7 May 2018. Elders of the Ainu of Hokkaido in northern Japan, Yuji Shimizu and Tsuguo Kuzuno describe the Ainu experience of having ancestral remains stolen and their fight to have them returned.

44 MIN2019 AUG 28
Comments
Ainu experience: Interpretation by Jeffry Gayman

General discussion

Date recorded: 7 May 2018. The Long Journey Home: Repatriation symposium ends with a general discussion among the forum’s speakers.

15 MIN2019 AUG 28
Comments
General discussion

Native Hawaiian experience

Date recorded: 7 May 2018. Edward Halealoha Ayau talks about the importance of appreciating the spiritual guidance of the ancestors in approaching the repatriation of remains. He discusses the importance of recognising Native Hawaiian cultural values in repatriation activities, and describes some of the positive and negative experiences he has encountered in dealing with collecting institutions.

32 MIN2019 AUG 28
Comments
Native Hawaiian experience

Welcome to Country and Museum Executive welcome

Date recorded: 7 May 2018. Local Ngunnawal elder, Jude Barlow, provides the Welcome to Country address followed by Mathew Trinca’s opening address. Welcome to Country is a traditional practice in which visitors are both welcomed and given permission to be on the traditional lands of local Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people.

15 MIN2019 AUG 28
Comments
Welcome to Country and Museum Executive welcome

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander experiences

Date recorded: 7 May 2018. Neil Carter, Lui Ned David and Major Sumner share their histories and experiences, identifying regional differences and similarities in repatriation activities. They state the importance of helping and learning from each other in their work.

76 MIN2019 AUG 28
Comments
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander experiences

Amber Aranui: Maori experience

Date recorded: 7 May 2018. Amber Aranui discusses the potential for conflict between Maori cultural values and practices and those of Western systems. Aranui describes the emotional experiences for Maori in pursuing the return of ancestral remains and cultural objects.

44 MIN2019 AUG 28
Comments
Amber Aranui: Maori experience

Tracking Apollo: 50 Years since the Moon Landing panel discussion

Date recorded: 19 July 2019. Andrew Tink, author of Honeysuckle Creek: The Story of Tom Reid, a Little Dish and Neil Armstrong’s First Step, and a panel of Apollo trackers tell the story of how a little dish at Honeysuckle Creek near Canberra was behind the global broadcast of Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon.

89 MIN2019 AUG 1
Comments
Tracking Apollo: 50 Years since the Moon Landing panel discussion

National Endangered Skills and Trades seminar

Date recorded: 13 July 2019. At the Endangered Skills and Trades seminar, artisans share their stories of the joys and challenges of preserving rare skills and trades. Learn how bookbinders, taxidermists and even locksmiths can provide skills and solutions for an innovative future.

149 MIN2019 JUL 29
Comments
National Endangered Skills and Trades seminar
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