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11 August 2020
Indigenous Australians have lived in Australia for more than 50,000 years, making theirs the world’s oldest surviving, continuous culture – and now, through tourism, Aboriginal Australians are sharing their traditions with new global audiences. In this episode, Georgina Godwin discovers different corners of Australia through the eyes of its first peoples, with Aboriginal guides taking the listener on an immersive journey.
11 August 2020
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