Henry Augustine – Beagle Bay

I love the progress that Indigenous people have made though all forms of media. Lifting people’s spirits through videos and radio. Being a voice for them. I love it.
For remote communities, it’s very important to be heard. So we’re not out of sight, out of mind.

Henry is the Beagle Bay BRACS Radio Presenter. He has worked in Aboriginal media since 1996 and is also a Video Producer and Sound Recordist. In 1996-2012 he worked with PAKAM and Goolarri Television in Broome, but recently returned to his home in Beagle Bay, where he is also a Traditional Owner and Community Representative. Henry is also an ICTV Board Director in 2013.

RIBS Radio Frequency: 100.5

Beagle Bay is home to the Nyul Nyul people.

Beagle Bay Community was established by Trappist monks in 1890.

Beagle Bay is a medium-sized Aboriginal Community on the western side of the Dampier Peninsular, north of Broome. Beagle Bay is one of many communities located on the Dampier Peninsular, a few communities include Bobeiding Community, Djarindjin Community, Lombadina Community and One Arm Point Community. The road to Beagle Bay is an unpaved road off the Broome road.

Beagle Bay BRACS have produced many music and video productions including “Keeping the Language”, “Dunba”, “Beagle Bay Chronicles”, the Beagle Bay Keep Culture Festival music video clips etc. These productions are available on ICTV Play.