TV show featuring Indigenous languages
contact.rnld at GMAIL.COM
Thu Dec 16 08:55:39 UTC 2010
A new TV show which is going into production in Australia will feature
Indigenous languages from around the country. GO LINGO! will air on ABC3 and
National Indigenous Television (NITV) next year and will start shooting in
Brisbane in February. Executive producer Wayne Denning said GO LINGO!
showcased Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and languages. In
the segment titled My Country, audiences will "learn the unique languages of
towns, cities and remote areas that they live in and a handful of words from
Carbon Media is looking for children aged 11-12 years and strongly
encourages participation by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
An article about the show has been published in Inside
Film,<http://if.com.au/2010/12/15/article/AYSYGRWARL.html>and here is
a link to the program
web site <http://www.golingo.tv/>.
Resource Network for Linguistic Diversity
Email: contact.rnld at gmail.com
Ph: +61 (0)4 3186-3727 (mob.)
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