Speaker - Paul Willis

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Paul Willis has had many weird and wonderful jobs over the past 10 years including a stint as the Curator of Vertebrates at the Macleay Museum in the University of Sydney and a couple of years touring Australia with a life-size inflatable Tyrannosaurus rex as part of a primary school education program. In 1992-93, Willis spent nearly 9 months in Bonn, Germany, as part of an exchange program where he drank too much beer and measured lots of dead crocodiles. The music in this period is completely forgettable. In early 1997 Willis landed a traineeship with the ABC as a Science Broadcaster and has been annoying people with a microphone ever since. His radio achievements so far include The Correx Files for Triple J, a regular talkback segment with Angela Catterns on the metro stations and articles for The Science Show, Earthbeat and The Health Report.

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2050: A Hypothetical Future

06.24.09 | 01:22:23 min | 5 comments