Radio NAHO is about health. Your health.
Radio NAHO is a new initiative for the National Aboriginal Health Organization, which features radio episodes focusing on health issues from a holistic perspective with an emphasis on prevention. Radio NAHO aims to influence health behaviour in a positive way through education and stories from experts, advocates and role models.Radio NAHO will have something for everyone but is designed to particularly appeal to youth and young adults. We’ll look at the pressing health issues that concern First Nations communities. We plan to take a holistic approach and gain a better understanding of health issues from a First Nations perspective.
May 7 – 13 is Radio NAHO Week!
Starting Monday, May 7, we’ll be playing a new episode of Radio NAHO everyday starting with Episode 1: Traditional Health. To hear each episode, go to the menu at the right or the top of the screen. Once you’ve listened to the episode make sure to answer its questions for a chance to win an iPod nano.
Tune in!…for a chance to win an iPod nano.
Starting Monday, May 7, listeners will have a chance to win an iPod nano. It’s easy to do, just listen everyday to the latest episode, then go to www.naho.ca/radio to answer three questions about that episode. Those who get them right, will have a chance to win an iPod nano. A new episode will be played everyday between May 7 and May 12. Good luck and thanks for listening!
Where can I hear the episodes?
Radio NAHO will air on First Nations radio stations.Check with your local radio station to see if they have added Radio NAHO to their schedule. If not, tell them you would like to hear it!
You can also listen to the episodes on our Website or download them to your computer or portable listening device. Click here to listen online or download an episode.
Your Host: Lisa Abel
Lisa is a member of the Anishinabek Nation and a graduate
of the joint Journalism program at the University of Ottawa
and Algonquin College. Lisa has worked and volunteered as
a reporter, editor and videographer. She also hosted her own
Aboriginal-themed radio program, The Circle, on Ottawa community
radio station CHUO 89.1FM.
Production Company Rooney Productions
Brenda and Robert Rooney have been in a creative partnership for over 30 years. Their documentaries continue to explore the theme of building bridges between people who face profound life challenges. Rooney Productions makes documentaries, stages special events and concerts, produces television programs, and crafts communications strategies.
They have worked with CBC, MuchMusic, the National Film Board, the SkyDome and Mirvish Productions among many others over the years on a variety of live and live-to-tape broadcast events. Their documentaries have shown in festivals, on television, in universities, in libraries and at museums. Robert also produced three seasons of Buffalo Tracks for APTN.
For more information, visit rooneyproductions.com