Frontier War Stories: a podcast dedicated to truth-telling about a side of Australian that has been left out of the history booksBoe Spearim, Gamilaraay and Kooma radio host and podcaster from Brisbane, Queensland, 2021.
In each episode Boe speaks with different Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people about research, books and oral histories which document the first 140 years of conflict and resistance. These times are the Frontier Wars and these are our War Stories. Listen to, or download, Boe Spearim’s podcasts here:

Shots Fired, Stuff the British Stole, ABC Radio National, Marc Fennell, 20 December 2020
The complicated and controversial story about the Gweagal shield, and spears that Captain James Cook and his men took from the shores of Kamay Botany Bay in 1770 after their first encounter with First Peoples near today’s La Perouse, Sydney, New South Wales. Listen to this fascinating, on-going story here:

The Aboriginal Tent Embassy at 50: the history of an ongoing protest for Indigenous sovereignty in Australia, The Conversation, 31 March 2022:, accessed 1 February 2024

The Australian Wars, Conversations, ABC Radio National 27 September 2022. Richard Fidler interviews award-winning filmmaker, Rachel Perkins, about the new television series, The Australian Wars, showing on SBS and SBS On Demand:

Watch The Australian Wars:

Walk in 3 Worlds Podcast
Podcaster, Greg Dodge, interviews people of interest.
Listen to his interview with Australian historian, archaeologist and writer, Nick Brodie, 6 October 2021 below.
Read more about Brodie’s book, The Vandemonian War: The secret history of Britain’s Tasmanian Invasion, Hardie Grant, 2017 on the Books page.

Read more about Brodie’s book, The Vandemonian War: The secret history of Britain’s Tasmanian Invasion, Hardie Grant, 2017 on the Books page.

Compiled by Jane Morrison 2021. Podcasts page created 11 November 2021. Updated 14 November 2021, 27 September 2022, 1 October 2022, 6 September 2023, 1 February 2024. (Podcasts were previously available under “Videos, films, databases and podcasts).