icarmichael / Ian Carmichael

G’day. I’m a teacher. Maths, science, computing, philosophy, religion, theology. I’m a reader (and book gatherer) Biography, physics, maths, computing, history, science fiction and fantasy, Terry Pratchett, Alexander McCall Smith, Ursula LeGuin and Brian W Aldiss deserve their own category, theology, religious topics, ethics, philosophy, science and religion. I’m a humour lover - from funny poetry (Australian bush yarns to Stanley Holloway’s ‘Sam’ performances), monologues, radio shows Goon Show, I’m Sorry I’ll Read that Again, TV: Monty Python, People Like Us, Mr Gormsby… The lines, you can read between!

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  1. Singing Saltwater Country - Late Night Live - 3 August 2010

    At the age of twenty, John Bradley went to teach Aboriginal children in the remote town of Borroloola, on the Gulf of Carpentaria. However, he very soon became the student as the Yanyuwa elders and their families decided to educate him on their language, culture and songlines.

    http://www.abc.net.au/rn/latenightlive/stories/2010/2972434.htm

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  2. ABC Radio National - The Boyer Lectures Lecture 6 The Republic of Learning Glyn Davis

    The Boyer Lectures are a series of talks by prominent Australians, chosen by the Board of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to present their ideas on major social, scientific or cultural issues. The lectures showcase great minds examining key issues and values.

    http://www.abc.net.au/rn/boyerlectures/default.htm

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  3. ABC Radio National - The Boyer Lectures Lecture 5 Fired with Enthusiasm Glyn Davis

    The Boyer Lectures are a series of talks by prominent Australians, chosen by the Board of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to present their ideas on major social, scientific or cultural issues. The lectures showcase great minds examining key issues and values.

    http://www.abc.net.au/rn/boyerlectures/default.htm

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  4. ABC Radio National - The Boyer Lectures Lecture 4 Becoming a Citizen Glynn Davis

    The Boyer Lectures are a series of talks by prominent Australians, chosen by the Board of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to present their ideas on major social, scientific or cultural issues. The lectures showcase great minds examining key issues and values.

    http://www.abc.net.au/rn/boyerlectures/default.htm

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  5. ABC Radio National - The Boyer Lectures Lecture 3 Research: a mere excuse for idleness Glyn Davis

    The Boyer Lectures are a series of talks by prominent Australians, chosen by the Board of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to present their ideas on major social, scientific or cultural issues. The lectures showcase great minds examining key issues and values.

    http://www.abc.net.au/rn/boyerlectures/default.htm

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  6. ABC Radio National - The Boyer Lectures Lecture 2 A Lectern in a Dusty Room Glyn Davis

    The Boyer Lectures are a series of talks by prominent Australians, chosen by the Board of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to present their ideas on major social, scientific or cultural issues. The lectures showcase great minds examining key issues and values.

    http://www.abc.net.au/rn/boyerlectures/default.htm

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  7. ABC Radio National - The Boyer Lectures Lecture 1 The Global Moment Glyn Davis

    The Boyer Lectures are a series of talks by prominent Australians, chosen by the Board of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to present their ideas on major social, scientific or cultural issues. The lectures showcase great minds examining key issues and values.

    http://www.abc.net.au/rn/boyerlectures/default.htm

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  8. BBC - Podcasts - Reith Lectures 2010

    The eminent scientist Martin Rees, President of the Royal Society, Astronomer Royal and Master of Trinity College, Cambridge will deliver the BBC’s 2010 Reith Lectures. "Scientific Horizons" will explore the challenges facing science in the 21st century. The Reith lectures are broadcast on BBC Radio 4 from Tuesday 1 June and on the BBC World Service from Saturday 5 June.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/reith

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