In this incredible first episode, Dr Lynne Kelly discusses how oral (non-literate) societies used songs, stories and other memory aids to pass down vast amounts of knowledge and information necessary for the survival of their culture over many millennia.
3/10/2021 12:40:48 pm
Hi there, I'm writing a book to be published by Ultimo Press in October 2022, and I'd like to quote from some of of your interviews, but I can't find the name of the interviewer anywhere? regards, Ruth
24/5/2022 08:04:53 pm
Hi Ruth, sorry - I've only just seen your comment. I interviewed Dr Lynne Kelly. My name is Donna Griffin. Hope it's not too late for your book. All the very best.
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I am a non-indigenous Australian yearning to learn about our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage - the real history of this country. These podcast episodes are not my stories - I am just a conduit. The stories come from the hearts and minds of the people who tell them. I hope you enjoy listening to these incredible stories as much as I do!