My week of Monday 6 to Sunday 12 November 2023 was remarkably productive, though some of it took quite a long time. Two podcasts, and a bunch of research. Plus I fed two cats, one of whom is pictured here. I’m so exhausted from that.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 702: Two podcasts and a cat called Stevie”
It was another less than fully productive week from Monday 14 to Sunday 20 August 2023, mostly due to lingering laryngitis and general fatigue. This has been a very average winter for me, despite the mostly fine weather. But really, it could be a lot worse, right?Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 690: The sunny winter continues, but without much productivity”
In the first Pubic House Forum episode of the The 9pm Edict since 2018, I was joined by Sydney Morning Herald cartoonist Cathy Wilcox and satirist Mark Humphries at Sydney’s Royal Exhibition Hotel in Surry Hills with an enthusiastic live audience.Continue reading “The 9pm Public House Forum 7 LIVE”
My week of Monday 24 to Sunday 30 April 2023 was dominated by the Public House Forum podcast recording. Running both audio and video livestreams while hosting and producing the show was a significant workload, and quite a bit of time was soaked up with the logistics and testing of a new and more complex rig. But I’m happy.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 674: Wasp sighted, podcast recorded, little else done”
The winter series of The 9pm Edict continues with astrophysicist Rami Mandow, founder of SpaceAustralia.com. There’s a new telescope to talk about, and much more.Continue reading “The 9pm Space Telescope Titillation with Pulsar Boy Rami Mandow”
This is the pilot episode of The 9pm Probe, a long-form interview with an interesting person. Today, space archaeologist Dr Alice Gorman aka Dr Space Junk from Flinders University in South Australia.
As some of you may know, I was a bit of an enthusiastic Space Age kid, so this is a very self-indulgent conversation.Continue reading “The 9pm Probe: Dr Alice Gorman, space archaeologist”