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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jack Latimore. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jack Latimore, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jack Latimore. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jack Latimore, often where they are interviewed.

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Jack Latimore & Douglas Smith

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Boe chats with two brothers from NITV this morning on Let’s Talk Jack Latimore a Goori writer senior editor for NITV News and a columnist for the Guardian and Douglas Smith Video Journalist/QLD Correspondent NITV is a Kokatha & Mirning. We yarn about NITVs BigMobBreky that’s broadcasting Live on NITV throughout this week as part of NAIDOC Celebrations.

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Nov 10 2020 · 59mins
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Jack Latimore and Thomas Mayor

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Writer Jack Latimore shares his response to the Black Lives Matter movement, discussing his new essay for 'Meanjin Quarterly' called ‘Through a Mask, Breathing’. Then author Thomas Mayor joins Daniel to discuss his latest book ’Finding Our Heart: A Story about the Uluru Statement for Young Australians’. With presenter Daniel James.

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Sep 29 2020 · 45mins

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All The President's Minutes - Minute 98 with Jack Latimore

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All the President's Minutes is a podcast where conversations about movies, journalism, politics and history meet. Each show we use the seminal and increasingly prescient 1976 film All The President's Men as a portal, to engage with the themes and the warnings of the film resonating since its release. For minute 98, I welcome back digital editor at NITV and co-host of the Take it Blak podcast, Jack Latimore. Jack and I discuss that the culture of Watergate "blooded" the next generation of Republicans, being sure that FBI agent Joe is using this interaction with Bernstein to intensify surveillance and the symptoms of conspiratorial lockdown thinking in Melbourne, Victoria. 


About Jack Latimore 

Digital Editor at Nation Indigenous TV (NITV) News. Birpai. Writer. Co-host & producer for the Take In Blak podcast. 

Twitter: @LatimoreJack

Outlet: NITVTake It Blak

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Sep 21 2020 · 57mins
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All The President's Minutes - Minute 71 with Jack Latimore

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All the President's Minutes is a podcast where conversations about movies, journalism, politics and history meet. Each show we use the seminal and increasingly prescient 1976 film All The President's Men as a portal, to engage with the themes and the warnings of the film resonating since its release. For minute 71, I join Digital Editor at NITV News, Birpai man and co-host & producer for the Take It Blak podcast, Jack Latimore. Jack and I discuss that he wishes he'd come up with the concept for this show, the guilt of the Australian media in elevating racist voices, black lives matter and slogans for a changed Australian National Day. 

About Jack Latimore 

Digital Editor at Nation Indigenous TV (NITV) News. Birpai. Writer. Co-host & producer for the Take In Blak podcast. 

Twitter: @LatimoreJack

Outlet: NITVTake It Blak

Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/one-heat-minute-productions/donations

Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Jul 27 2020 · 1hr 30mins
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Queenie Bon-Bon and Declan Furber-Gillick at Fringe, in(sane) the peer support podcast, Jack Latimore on Growing Up Aboriginal, and Food Without Borders

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Tuesday Breakfast - 18 September 2018with Ayan and Anya (we miss you Lauren and George!) 7.00 am  Acknowledgement of Country 7:02 am  Welcome to show and general chit-chat 7.10 am  Queenie Bon Bon is a political comedic writer, performance artist, pleasure-provider and fantasy maker. She chats to Anya about her upcoming performance Welcome to the Mystic Hole at the Melbourne Fringe Festival. 7.20 am Carly Dober talks to Ayan about her upcoming podcast in(sane), which focuses on the lived experience of people experiencing mental health issues and peer support - in(sane) launches on 20 September 2018.7.45 am  Jack Latimore, Goori writer and researcher based in Melbourne, and reporter and columnist for Guardian Australia and the Koori Mail, joins us in the studio to chat to Anya about his contribution to the recently published anthology Growing Up Aboriginal in Australia. 8.00 am Arrernte First Nations writer-performer Declan Furber-Gillick joins us in the studio to talk to Anya about his upcoming show BIGHOUSE DREAMING at the Melbourne Fringe Festival. Holding an unflinching and unapologetic queer blak lens to the contradictions of the Youth Justice System, Bighouse Dreaming interrogates Australian masculinity both black and white and questions the scope of law, family, culture and the helping professions. 8.15 am Jessy from Lentil as Anything joins us in the studio and chats to Ayan about food wastage, the objective of Food without Borders, the ethos of Lentil as Anything and how we in the community can get involved. Fin. Songsartist: Jennie Lena song: Who's Loving You (cover) artist: India Ariesong: Videoartist: Mojo Jujusong: They Come & They Go artist: KRS-onesong: Sound of da Policeartist: DRMNGNOW  song: Australia Does Not Exist   artist: Cardi B song: Bodak Yellow
Sep 17 2018 ·
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Jack Latimore on Black Lives Matter, activism and solidarity

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What does solidarity look like in a fractured time? Should we distinguish between activism and organising? Is there a place for allies?

Jack Latimore hosted Black Lives Matter leaders in Melbourne, where mutual lessons emerged from encounters with Indigenous leaders and communities of colour.

Jack is a Goori journalist and researcher, who is invested in the full participation of all people in political and cultural decision-making. In this episode, he reflects on the Black Lives Matter model, some of the positive things taking shape in Australia, and the work that still needs to be done.

'We need to get smart about the work we want to do, or the endpoint that we desire,' he says. He highlights 'the obligation to listen to other voices'.

Music: Aces High by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)licensed under CCBYA 3.0.
Nov 22 2017 · 36mins
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106 - Jack Latimore

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Jack Latimore is a Goori man of the Birpai nation. He's a journalist and researcher who covers indigenous affairs, media, culture and politics and his work has appeared in The Guardian, Indigenous X, Koori Mail, The Citizen, medium, SBS and Overland.

In the past week we've marked Sorry Day and the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Referendum and witnessed 300 Indigenous leaders gather in Uluru for a summit on what constitutional recognition for Australia's First Peoples might look like. Here I ask Jack what he made of the summit's Statement from the Heart, how recognition and/or treaty could work and media representations of Indigenous peoples, from First Contact to Stan Grant to Bill Leak's cartoons. 

Listen To Love is on Audible

Problematic is coming to Edinburgh Fringe 2017

SAVE THE DATE: June 22nd for a charity gig for Refugee Legal at Howler Bar in Melbourne 

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Jack's writing for The Guardian

Article: Noel Pearson's model for recognition wins support

Article: Five factors that will shape the outcome for Recognise at Uluru

Article: Indigenous Leaders Call For A Treaty In The Landmark "Uluru Statement From The Heart"

Article: Uluru forum to pursue Makaratta instead of symbolic recognition

Jack's piece on First Contact

Jack's piece on the ABC's Recognition: Yes Or No

Jack's piece on Bill Leak's cartoon

Nyunggai Warren Mundine's piece on Bill Leak's cartoon

This week's Q&A: 1967 and Mabo - Moving Forward

John Newfong on wikipedia

Cause of the Week: Indigenous X (indigenousx.com.au), Seed Mob (seedmob.org.au) & Koorie Youth Council (yacvic.org.au)

May 30 2017 · 1hr 4mins