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Listen to our March show for 2019

Here’s our full show with music removed to comply with copyright law.

Features the “Imagining Abolition” documentary produced at the 2018 Sisters Inside conference, a discussion on media representations of mothers who are also prisoners and a review of the play Matriarch: A story of four generations of salt water women. Enjoy!

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Listen to our July show for 2018

Listen to the July 2018 edition of Radio Seeds, with music removed to comply with copyright requirements.

Highlights include

  • a discussion on the privatisation of women’s prisons in Queensland – for more information go to
  • the 2018 Reintegration Puzzle conference,
  • Mark Johnson from User Voice
  • and the latest news from inside Ruby Unit at the Adelaide Women’s Prison.

Radio Seeds is produced by Seeds of Affinity in Adelaide, South Australian and broadcasts on WOW-10.5FM on the first Friday of every month. Feel free to download the audio from Soundcloud and rebroadcast or redistribute – just give us credit and let us know – thanks!

Listen to our March show!

Please enjoy the March edition of Radio Seeds, with music removed for copyright purposes. This month we focus on the new Ruby Unit at the Adelaide Women’s Prison, and hear the voices of the women incarcerated there.

Radio Seeds is produced by Seeds of Affinity, a support group of, and for, women of lived prison experience.

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Long term housing support

The Aspire program at the Hutt St Centre in Adelaide provides long-term support to people experiencing or at-risk of homelessness, including those about to exit from prison. Christine caught up with Michael Frances, Development and Partnerships Manager at the Hutt St Centre, to learn more about Aspire.

For more information visit the Hutt St Centre https://www.huttstcentre.org.au/

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Overcrowding in the Adelaide Women’s Prison

The Adelaide Women’s Prison is at capacity which means many women have to stay at the Holden Hills police holding cells, which are not equipped for lengthier periods of incarceration. Linda talks to Michelle about why this is happening and how we, as a society, should be responding.

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Radio Seeds February Show

In this month’s show we showcase the personal story of one of our own broadcasters, Christine, who has successfully exited the revolving prison door. Linda highlights the very real problem of overcrowding in the Adelaide Women’s Prison and Michael Frances from the Hutt St Centre tells us about a new program to provide long-term support for people experiencing homelessness.

We hope you enjoy the show.

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