Message Stick

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For the form of communication traditionally used by Indigenous Australians, see Message stick.

Message Stick is an Australian television series about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander lifestyles, culture and issues. It began screening in 1999 on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. It features features profile stories, interviews, video clips, short films and cooking segments.[1]

The current presenter is Miriam Corowa. Past presenters include Rachael Maza, Kelrick Martin, Deborah Mailman, Aden Ridgeway and Trisha Morton-Thomas.

Selected episodes[edit]

  • Sunday 29 January 2006, 1.30 pm – "Summer Series 9: 'Stephen Hagan'"
    Aboriginal Activist and former diplomat Stephen Hagan is interviewed about his campaign to have an offensive word removed from a Toowoomba sports stadium.[2]

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