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Walk in 3 Worlds Podcast Episodes

Podcast episodes are available on all of the major podcasting platforms. This page is an archive of all episodes and includes all forms of the content of each episode …all in one place.

Wi3W – Ep. 21 – Dr. Ray Kerkhove, Australian historian, author and philosopher speaks with Greg Dodge

Dr Ray Kerkhove is a professional historian and ethno-historian (accredited through PHAQ), specializing in 19th Century Aboriginal history and culture. He works with several Australian universities, and many heritage and art organisations, Councils and Aboriginal groups. Ray’s key interest is reconstructing historic Aboriginal landscapes, lifestyles and technologies. His work in this area has informed thematic…

Wi3W – Ep. 19 – Jungaji Troy Brady speaks with Greg Dodge

Western Gugu Yalanji and Birri Gubba songman, Jungaji Troy Brady, has been performing in various bands around the world for the past three decades. Greg Dodge first met Troy (now called Jungaji) in 1995, when he was a vocalist with the hit group ‘Aim for More’, as a teenager. Greg was one of his early…

Wi3W – Ep. 18 – Getano Bann speaks with Greg Dodge

Getano Bann – Singer, Song Writer, Story Teller, Music Therapist GETANO was raised on the banks of the Pioneer River in his home town of Mackay, North Queensland, Australia. Music, dance, storytelling and humour were an influential and integral part of his childhood, growing up in an extended Torres Strait Islander Family. “My Father was…

Wi3W – Ep. 17 – Aunty Betty McGrady speaks with Greg Dodge about her life.

Aunty Betty McGrady is a Gungarri Traditional Custodian. The traditional tribal lands of the Gunggari stretched over some 8,200 square miles (21,000 km2), taking in the Upper Nebine and Mungallala creeks from Bonna Vonna and Ballon north to Morven and Mungallala (near Mitchell, Queensland). Being raised on the river banks and then moving to Brisbane…

Wi3W Ep. 16 – Samoko Okoth speaks with Greg Dodge about being human

Samoko Okoth is a Kenyan born cultural man and creative musician who has lived in Australia for many years. Samoko has travelled the globe with his music and cultural ambassadorship and he states clearly he is an earth human. Samoko was recently initiated into our First Nations community and is here to serve humanity.