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Published on May 7, 2013
Australia is a world record holder in "linguicide", according to one prominent linguist, who says that ninety three percent of Indigenous languages have now died. But in the Eyre Peninsula, there are efforts being made to revive the endangered Barngarla language. Andy Park reports. Tune in Tuesday nights at 7.30 pm on NITV or catch us at 1.30 pm Sundays on SBS ONE. http://www.sbs.com.au/livingblack