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Also featuring director Rachel Perkins plus Karen Hitchcock on drug legalisation

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Arts special with award winning artist Mojo Juju

By Nick Feik
Also featuring director Rachel Perkins plus Karen Hitchcock on drug legalisation

Doctor Karen Hitchcock on the medical benefits of cannabis and other “mind-bending” drugs, and questions the logic of criminalisation.

Producer and director Rachel Perkins celebrates the new golden age of Indigenous storytelling on Australian screens and in theatres. Rising singer-songwriter Mojo Juju talks about her music, politics and identity, and her new album, Native Tongue.

And Justin Clemens tells the bizarre story of judge and colonial poet Barron Field, whose major historical error shaped the nation as we know it.

 

 

Drugs, legalisation and pleasure
 

Doctor Karen Hitchckock on the medicinal benefits of cannabis and other “mind-bending” drugs, and questions the logic of criminalisation.

 

Mojo Juju’s Native Tongue
 

Mojo Juju on politics identity and her acclaimed new album “Native Tongue”.

 

The barron field of Terra Nullius
 

Poet and academic Justin Clemens on the bizarre story of judge and colonial poet Barron Field.

 

Against the blinding whiteness
 

Producer and director Rachel Perkins celebrates the new golden age of indigenous storytelling in film, television and theatre. 

 

 

Presented by Nick Feik, editor of The Monthly
Produced by Sharon Davis

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Nick Feik is the editor of The Monthly.

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