2022 Podcast Winners

An Australian history podcast, The Last Outlaws, took home the top award for Podcast Of The Year giving listeners a memorable audio experience. The prize was received by Leyroy Parsons, who is a descendant of Jimmy Governor, podcast narrator and co-writer. The podcast focuses on painting the portrait of two Aboriginal men, as well as an exploration of the society that would become Australia – the painful history of stolen ancestral remains. 
Osher Günsberg presented the award, saying “the podcast skilfully blends both archival research and oral history into an enthralling narrative, with exquisite sound design, beautifully visual moments, and careful scripting all for a very important story.” See full story here.

Meeting 26 November 2022

We plan to have a meeting on 26 November at the Queensland Spinners, Weavers & Fibre Artists hall at 12 Payne Street, Auchenflower.  Beginning at 10.00 am, this will be a special “end of year” meeting which will include a general meeting, followed by a Q&A/Peer Support/informal discussion.  We hope many of you will come along to celebrate the end of the year.  For those who cannot come in person, we will have Zoom available.

Please let me know ( before 21 November whether or not you will be attending, either in person or by Zoom.  We will have a catered morning tea and lunch.
Suzanne Mulligan
Oral History Queensland

Maltese Oral History

“Maltese history enthusiasts will be able to hear interviews and view documents that set in stone the lives, craft, and work of Maltese people throughout history. A new portal, Memorja, developed by the National Archives, collects historical material in oral and audio-visual form and showcases it online.” Read full story here.

Ink in the Lines Exhibition

“Wagga Wagga is the first stop on a national tour for the Australian War Memorial’s (AWM) Ink in the Lines exhibition, which examines the tales told by military tattoos. The Director of the AWM, Matt Anderson, will be in the city at 11 am on Saturday 20 November to officially launch Ink in the Lines, which is the centrepiece of three new exhibitions at the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery.” Read more here.