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Created by: Australian Broadcasting Corporation


Started: February 20th, 2018

Status: Idle, 80 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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INTRODUCING — Fierce Girls Competition
02:00 | March 7th, 2023

Calling all Fierce Girls!  Do you know a girl who has guts? A girl who deserves a little more glory? We want to know who the fiercest girls in Australia are, and we need kids like you to tell us!

PRESENTS — Short & Curly
September 16th, 2022

Fierce Girls listen up! If you want to know whether schools should ban homework or how to win an argument with your parents… then you should check out Short & Curly. It’s a fun-filled podcast packed with answers to your curly questions that will get you thinking about pop culture, school, technology and the future. So if you want to learn something new or you just want a laugh, we think you’ll love Short & Curly!

NAIDOC – Faith Thomas: the girl who became the first indigenous person to play cricket for Australia
11:29 | June 29th, 2022

Faith Thomas grew up throwing rocks at galahs. She’d only been playing proper cricket for a couple of weeks before she was picked to represent South Australia. Her phenomenal stats made headlines. So, it was no great surprise when Faith got called up to represent Australia against England in Brisbane.

NAIDOC – Yukultji Napangati: the girl who made her world shimmer
15:45 | June 29th, 2022

Yukultji Napangati grew up with no contact with the outside world. Just her and her family, living on a shimmery salt lake. She learned how to live on Country, how to find food, water, and shelter. She was a particularly great hunter. When she turned 14, everything changed. She saw her first other humans, and saw a car for the first time. She had been brought to live with other people from her mob, and here she found out she was really good at something else too, painting. It used to be men’s only business, but by the time Yukultji picked up her first paintbrush, it was something women in her community would do too.

NAIDOC – Queenie McKenzie: the girl who became a living treasure
14:55 | June 29th, 2022

Queenie McKenzie grew up on a cattle station, staying away from the grasps of the authorities, who would take Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kids like her from their families at will. As she grew up, she solved problems everywhere she saw them.  From building schools and teaching kids in her community, to saving a man’s life by repairing his scalp stitch by stitch.

NAIDOC – Oodgeroo Noonuccal: the girl who fought for the rights of her people
13:38 | June 29th, 2022

When Kath Ruska’s dad told her white people would never recognise Aboriginal culture, she hoped he was wrong. She became a famous poet, using her pen as a weapon to fight for Indigenous rights.

NAIDOC – Mary Ann Bugg: the girl who became a fierce bushranger
12:42 | June 29th, 2022

Mary Ann Bugg was an Aboriginal woman who became a savvy bushranger and accomplice to Captain Thunderbolt. She was the bushranger’s spy, riding ahead into towns to check for police. She also used her bush skills to gather and hunt food for the group of bushrangers she rode with. Mary Ann used her first-class education and stunning beauty to fool the troopers and avoid being caught.

NAIDOC — Molly Kelly: the girl who followed the rabbit-proof fence home
08:21 | June 29th, 2022

Molly Kelly had a white father and an Aboriginal mother and was just a young girl when she was taken from her home.

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Created by: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Started: February 20th, 2018
Status: Idle, 80 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

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