Sunday, August 29, 2010

Ogoki: Call of the WIld. Part 7.

In this, the final episode of "Ogoki: Call of the Wild", then chief Harry Baxter shares his vision for the future of the isolated Ojibway reservation in North Ontario. Mum and I bid our Ojibway friends farewell, as we fly out.
This feature-length radio documentary was funded by the Broadcasting commission of Ireland, and broadcast on Newstalk in December 2008. Click here to listen, and to watch the audio slideshow on vimeo.
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& - just to refresh your memory, here is a link to the first episode again:

Or just click here. & the blurb?:

An isolated Indian reservation in Northern Ontario, Canada is the setting for “Ogoki - Call of the Wild”. It was here in the 1970s and 80’s that the Mulrooney Family, from Limerick lived for seven years. Over two decades later Deirdre and her mother Mary return to the reservation and hear the Ojibway Indians share their shocking and moving history.

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