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Bruce Pascoe – 'cartwheels turned up tubers'

Paradigm Shift 4zzz fm 102.1 Fridays at noon – 12pm Fri 20 Mar 2020

Ian (sic) Curr noticed that his cartwheels turned up tubers. As he brought the first vehicle into the plains south of the Echuca, his cartwheels turned up bushels of tubers. Once again, some of Australia’s best soils were almost bereft of trees. The plains having been horticulturally altered to provide permanent harvests of tubers.” – Bruce Pascoe (he means Edward Curr).

An interview with Bruce Pascoe, author of the book Dark Emu, which has shed new light on aboriginal history pre-colonisation.

Andy interviews Bruce Pascoe, author of Dark Emu

Playlist
?PRE ft. bAbE Sun and C.P.G. – Why is my history such a mystery?
Mojo Juju – Native tongue
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South West Syndicate – The next chapter
Magic Dirt & Richard Frankland – Who made me who I amaboriginal agriculture

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