The Talk the Talk team takes the stage in a special live episode at the Disrupted Festival.
The Yawuru language of Western Australia has been going dormant, but many courageous teachers are bringing it back for a new generation. Is it working? What is it to learn and teach one’s traditional language? And what is the Yawuru language like?
Daniel, Ben, and Kylie are joined by our special guest Dalisa Pigram on this episode of Talk the Talk.
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