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"Thank you, man. I'm not There's lots of first steps. Larry's in Central Victoria. What do want to say Larry? Ref. Basically, I'm an Arab stroll in off was born here. I've watched some in my mid fifties. Grew up with a lot of Jewish people, and we've all grown up together. I've noticed over the last 15 20 years. More and more. There is a sense of high trade off people from Gaza in particular. Um, I think that the history that was taught at Jewish schools Might be a little bit different to what happened. And the similarly the history that was taught in in the in Arab schools. And on the humane over there, Larry I'm assuming you mean within Israel and within the Palestinian territories that one didn't you know, like the type of books that are on the coffee table? The type of rhetoric that is is Being passed down from from parents to Children going getting Where's Laurie? By side? You think hell wrapped. How was that when you grow up when you know why I'm going there, Laurie, But nice try. I look, I appreciate your contribution. Um Ah, I don't know how to solve that. When Julie's just got a point. We were talking about the budget this week. It was a big feature. The government rolled it out. There's a lot of stuff there. What do you wanna mention? Julie? Oh, I do think it's a fast food budgeting that this got come Lots of pretty packaging. But right now we're nutritional values. Well, haven't we have suggested? It's labor? You know, crowding labors. Grass is just That is nonsense, because where is the reform We have. Where is the India is? Where is the spending More than people expected them to Julie is that fair is fair to say the government spending more than people might expect him to. Do you think that is filming, but they think they're not. They're not using it in a labor way, and that they're not bringing Not bolstering public health or education with universities. They're not. They haven't even really looked at The big elephant in the room, which is global warming, and all of that, I mean, Mickey Math. It's a lot of money for nothing. Get on your Julie. Thank you for having us as well. 1500 people to 17 from just wanting what Julie would have had to say to Michael Sick. We had the assistant treasurer earlier this week. There you go. We'll get some news headlines there more of your calls. 1300 triple 2774. I mentioned the cat video because I needed the cat video because it's pretty seriously this week. You might have had something like that. Stephen Mary, I've got something for you as well. They've also been watching and listening to and Watching people do good stuff, So they've got a bit of a character share for you as well. So if you got something found something funny you want to share with us and everyone else. Of course across Millman 1300 people to 774. Let's get some news headlines with Susy Brandes houses. Good afternoon, Raph. There are more encouraging size of Victoria is on track to prevent another covert outbreak. Six people who returned to the state after staying at the same Adelaide hotel, where a moment man contracted the virus have today tested negative. So far, 138 primary close contacts have been identified and 104 of them have had the all clear there's been crushing disappointment for Australians book to return home on a repatriation flight from India tomorrow, 150 people were booked on that first plane out since the travel ban lifted More than 40 have coronavirus and an additional 30 a close contact So those 70 people will not be allowed to board the flight and the United Nations secretary general is calling for an immediate end to hostilities in Israel and the Palestinian territories as the death toll from days of fighting climbs above 100. Ground troops from Israel Security services amassed along the borders with Gaza City of the Israeli defense forces yet to decide on a ground incursion. Possible hail from open this afternoon More news at five o'clock. ABC radio Milburn traffic..
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"The announcement so far, and I guess it's possible there might be a few more made tonight. When the Treasury gets to his feet in Parliament. Do they as you read them So far, Sam Austin address the issue of economic insecurity that was revealed by the pandemic. Look, I think they were very good starting place, and I know a number of the women ministers involved in a common security pushing really hard to get more around this particular around. Top security and superannuation. The thing I think we still keep machine Virginia, which I don't know it will be in the budget Tonight isn't a laser like focus on those industries where women spend much of their time working and insecure work. So insanity to talk that he was going to be a big infrastructure announcement about roads and vital and certainly there will be a big drop a big investment in H care now for every dollar invested in infrastructure jobs that come from road and rail. You get about 22 jobs for women's Everything goes in and one top come in construction when you invest in some of the areas that women working like education and caring You tend to find you correct in other teams of jobs for women, men about four jobs for men and so being quite deliberate about where you put that infrastructure money and how you think about infrastructure. I think is the greatest opportunity we have for aggression. The structural barriers for women because there just aren't many women construction Despite great if it's to encourage women to go into very other women are sitting in the profession, but I generally Underpaid, insecure work, and we know that we would have come back just as weak in the current circumstance with their with their jobs. Many, many more part time in secure than the men stopped to come back and that that's a degree off uncertainty for those women. I mean, they're patching together jobs here and there to make family budgets and not really being able to think about their careers. Your full time job and We can fall for that, By really focused view on those industries will be with them Most insecure. Good to talk to you this morning, Sam Austin. Thank you. Thanks so much, Virginia said. Boston is the president of Chief Executive. Women 1 300 Triple 2774. If you'd like to have you say on that topic and even whether you even will be watching the budget being announced tonight by the treasure at half past seven. That, of course, is broadcast live on ABC TV. And then there's an extended and delayed 7 30 report After that Lynn's called in From Hearst Bridge, Highland I. Good Morning, Virginia. You've got a story about your mum being in age care and the vaccination program there. I certainly have my mom even a wonderful facility in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, and they just We could tell we go out. We some information from them, saying that her dose of the vaccine they hope to begin sometime after another three weeks. Uh, I have been trying. We asked him regularly. What's happening, and they have been trying to get information. Can't get from Gates. To know exactly when it will start Now. I just don't understand that my mother in Lorries in age turning point in potential they got this three weeks ago. This one is what is one state run in the other is proud. Neither both cards addressed private. Okay? Yeah. Yeah, it seems to be a very uneven response. And, of course, the I should imagine the center itself would be desperate to get a lets residents they're vaccinated. Absolutely, and particularly in an area where not in my particular case, But so many people caught covert and many, many people died in this region. One would imagine that they sort of start there. Yet it seems to be You know, uh, John find had a feeling. I think if you don't have to go between a conspiracy in a stuff up, go with the stuff up every time stuff, if every single time and I think I think you can see the lack of organization Leaking out everywhere. Clean. Good to hear from me this on text. Marie says Hi, Virginie. And my parents are in state run aged care in Central Victoria. They received their vaccines in early March. Why is this such a difference between state and private homes? Is you heard before the state government here. On. It's their words, you know, helping out the Commonwealth in vaccinate vaccinating their own workforce or the people for whom they're responsible and trying to help them get there done. Jamie and Alterna. Good morning. Morning. Go ahead. Yeah, I had The after one Sunday. I'm showing really People's points. This just compare it to what Under dying, breaking therapy most difficult death. Heavy getting any corner. I sure am. When in hell she can access the border. What to her clinicians tell her at the place where she's being treated, because normally those conversations ahead here. It's beyond your oncologist. He's unsure. Yeah, He's quite a great doctor, but he just doesn't seem to have Information that, um, well, they asked access that next time and the place get so gone. I was gonna tell you guess the contrast between Experience on Sunday in his and she's been much war. Uh, You know, I mean, like compromised position than I am. Um it's quite stock. I think the New South Wales, example of think register, please step would be a likely stopped. You have some kind of said. That's right. It's an interesting contrast, isn't it? I remember all of us. Well, I certainly did raise my eyebrows when I heard around at the time. At the mess. Vaccination centers were being opened here in Victoria that the New South Wales ones wouldn't open for a number of weeks that they were clearly much slower than us at opening up, But I do wonder whether they've actually got the process. A more streamlined and actually have done the work because clearly they've had a delayed opening. But they say they've been working on this system's their systems to make sure that no doses go to waste. I think it's very interesting and working on the registration process so that you could make sure that every fires of vaccine is used up. They've got a shorter shelf life than the AstraZeneca. I figured something we can dig into and see and comparing contrast and see. Is no system that can't be changed or Richard Fugitive. Another system has seemed to be more efficient and working better. Hey, you can always adopt what they're doing if that is best practice, but I think the contrast is actually instructive there. Up next. We're going to be talking with you about university class is still not being on campus and the campus. Is that a desperate to get students back? I didn't know there were any where there's a least one And they thinking of all sorts of ways to to Louis students back with the classes are but where the classes aren't well, it's causing some real stress. You're listening to Virginia.
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"Get you out of India will take you somewhere where you'd rather be. They can't take them to Australia. They can maybe send to a place like Maldives or sure, Lenka So the B C C i the cricket board in India on cricket Australia, We're gonna try and get the Aussies out of India. Not back here straightaway but out of India. He's cricket. Australia's Nick Hooley talking about the plans Diane making with the Indian Cricket Board the BCC I was working for arrangements to repatriate, allow the players, the support staff empires, commentators as quickly and safely as possible to move the entire cohort. Out off India, where they will then wait until it's possible to return to Australia basis. I've been working on a range of options that's now narrowed down to the Maldives on and Blanca that we expect that they Not making will happen in the next 2 to 3 days. With pointing out again the case right in the Maldives, the Maldives. He's really high ah lot higher than India's. Even he could double the India's case, right? I don't think you get to the Maldives right with her on that makes a difference. Whether Australia then lets those people come through the quarantine process. We will have to wait and see. We know they're not gonna be exempt from quarantine. That is something that cricket Australia is Todd Greenberg addressed. You know the last 12 months around the globe of saying a word professional athletes travel differently and charter flights maybe two years ago would have seen a different type of commentary than what we would see today. The reality is we're gonna try to get in the safest possible that if that's available to us, but I think we should show our life from that. So the charter flight out of India Yes. Exemption from current in coming into Australia. No. But even just getting into the queue might be seen as something that is not fair because they could get out of India hold of other people can't He's had some of you responded to that news that cricket astray is getting some off their players and staff out of India. If they jump the queue. It is totally unfair and government has to take responsibility for it. By the way they appoint as well, but they're privileged. The optics are terrible. We in regards to cost we're gonna remember that cricketers are not going to cost the Australian people anything. They're being paid for by their employers. If you're gonna be doing one thing for, you have to do it for the other. Is that right? 1500 people to 774. Ease it out partisan lanes that we applied to that border, but not to the border, perhaps that Victoria imposed on New South Wales. Is it? Hey, you vote for the determines how well or poorly you think hotel quarantine is going in this state will come to that. With Richard willing him from the ABC s the embassy state political reporter. Has had a chance today to Norman's one. You know him from Corona cast in the health report. Got his vaccine and Melvin today It's incredible is it's so efficient. You've got these multiple cubicles staff, I think mostly from the wrong Melbourne checking like a You're like the airport and they take your details so that you get registered. The immunization registry gave me a card. And then I went inside outside after my Jedi field. I feel great. Did you get a lot of cop? That was the disappoint you didn't I thought not even saying that there was lollipop, not long Department nor gold stamp. No. I can hear the dental people saying Stop talking about lollipops. I hear every time I mention it, but it's something that people love to get after they get a Jevans putting that out there. Norman's one does the say this at the right. We're going right now. We hope that increases but at the rate we're going right now. Getting next to slowly. The modeling says that if we don't improve our immunization rate, we're not fully immunized for September. 2023 if we want to open up Anytime soon. On by time soon. I mean 2022. We've got to get immunized. Norman Swan, their silence calling from language and what? Don't mention son. Thanks for asking, but we have to be thinking of Scott's up square with the circumstances I'd like to see Help in the hunt. I'll organize the vaccination thing to go to India and throughout Jackson, I've strained citizens. If I do get the virus, which they will get in India, they won't get seriously ill Woman of excellent demonstrate that the biggest show you don't get seriously ill. When you get the bars, no functional health system operating in India. At the moment, At least we can protect our citizens from getting seriously ill. That's a pretty big exercise on what's in the Army. To India to vaccinate Australians. That seems. Well well, well, if it is I dignity and exercise, but At the same time. The alternative is to leave our citizens getting Very serious for many of us insulated India getting very seriously ill where there is no functional medical service to provide the intensity in unison. They they definitely lacking things out there, Simon, I I mean, I don't know. I That seems to me face value an extraordinary idea that we Send Ozzy's to India to vaccinate other Australian passport holders, but We live in extraordinary times. Maybe that's not an extraordinary idea. Georges in the android Hills Central Victoria, what you wanna say Georgie? I rest. I just want to say, I think it's extraordinary that People who are in India, better instance of destroyer to can't use any way possible to get home. Um and and then the government says that it is that they're stopping loopholes for that to happen. Oh, that. I think I'm no fool. I think there's.
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"To have you back with us has the with us, because, well, it's been quite a thing. Yeah, I'll look, it's pretty interesting today. We've got thunderstorms in the east at the moment. Mostly over the Northeast. But there's a few popping up in fiery Skip Sanders. Well on DA Looks like maybe some just down in Westgate planned, perhaps trying to get going as well. So Maybe a bit of activity in the ace does a few showers in the Southwest is well, not too much going on in the northwest. Um, but we've got expecting to Seymour shower activity and possibly some thunderstorms and hail in the southwest later, especially near the coast. With a front that's moving up thieves thunderstorms in the east to do with the trust. It's moving through. So where? Yeah, lots of whether going on today. Top temperatures are expected to reach 20 through at Shipton and a two car 21 of male jurors. One hill all brewer, Longer and Wanga Ratta. Uh Also 22 events. Dale 20 at sales Seymour and 19 No Binge along Bendigo. So, yeah, pretty mild day, but it's going to get colder tomorrow. Tomorrow's going to feel pretty wintery. I think across a large part of the state We'll have quite cold, probably wind coming in behind the front that's moving through later. And we're also going to have strong winds, particularly through Western and central Victoria during the morning, so stormy, windy, icy sort of start to the day and just talk temperatures I think up to around Most of the state between about 14 and 16 or 17. Tomorrow, so much colder will have showers tending to reign over Gippsland and also, yeah, probably a severe weather warning for those damaging winds. Likely around the sort of Melbourne but all along western suburbs of Melbourne and the central ranges and maybe at sort of Ballarat parts parts of the grand pins. That's gonna be assist during the afternoon, but Yeah, definitely, Um, the chance of some pretty windy conditions there is well But things to improve by Wednesday. Most of the shattered he's contracted to the Southeast, particularly skip planned the rest of the state mostly fine for Wednesday, and we start to warm up again a little bit so up into the high teens, a few places scraping into the low twenties or around the 20 degree mark. By Thursday. We're still holding onto those showers and gets land. There's a low pressure system off the coast that will keep some showers pouring into get flan, but the rest of the state still not seeing much for Thursday. Most temperatures in the low twenties. Ah little cooler, perhaps in the southwest on for Friday, looks like mostly fine conditions. There's a slight chance of a shower in the Far East or the far Southwest, but Looks like not too much in it and attempted getting up into the.
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"Most of the rest of the day, but it does depend on where you are about the state. Unfortunately. Western parts of the state are already getting blanketed by a service of clouds and that cloud is going to increase and gradually push into central areas in the Melbourne area later this afternoon. S o. Eastern Victoria Sunny all day Central Victoria, Sunny morning and early afternoon And with that cloud moving in from the West, But it's pretty one. We should have temperatures in the mid twenties. Pretty much older way across the state between 23 27 on average. And tomorrow that we do have a cold front approaching it still gonna be quite mild, so mild night and temperatures still in those are mid twenties for most of the step. Some showers are gonna move through the southern and central areas of the state without the chance of a storm as well in there and then move up into the Northeast. Unfortunately for our finale and also most to get fined area, it's going to be a drive back in those areas. They want a little bit of rain, don't they? And how does the week look? The way I did this for a bit of a mixed bag bit showery on a bit son settled on the whole So Monday. We've got another cross moving across the set so showers over moist areas. Us again fairly dry up in the valley. Unfortunately with the chances and storms up in the Northeast, it's going to get a bit cooler, though dropping back down to the low twenties or high teens and then Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, likely to have some showers lingering lingering around the southern parts of the state. Particularly with temperatures in those blow twenties and a high chains, so it'll feel a bit more of it off to me and start to feel a bit more wind. Tereus we haven't she? That was quick, wasn't it? Yeah. So we really should take advantage of today and the long whether this weekend while we have it the washing with her? Yes. Excellent. Thank you, Michael Esca. Good to talk with you my places. Coming up. Stephen Ryan from Dixon eah, rear plants. Steven, You're speaking of clones. Book fears that today? Yes. Are you nervous? No. I'm just exhausted. So I had to come down here and then I'm going up there and the last four days I've been taking a two of group around the message in range is looking at pretty trees. But you've brought in some beautiful things in your shirt matches you. Yeah. I'm thinking enough about things to actually manage that That's about it..
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"One and the afternoon audience does not disappoint the text line. Has gone nuts. Walk on by Dionne Warrick. Of course, these boots are made for walking. And Nancy Sinatra Trump What else we got here. The best walk song Walk by Pantera. Nick from Bendigo. Thank you. Stand by. Your man just keep walking by the Miss Hall. American in Axis had a little crack it that too. What about the proclaim is 500 Miles walked this way. Run DMC walk of life. The aforementioned dire straits climb every mountain that's a walking song. Under the boardwalk. Thank you. Caramel Paul in moral back walking the dog by the Rolling Stones. I think it was a Rufus Thomas song. Originally Nancy Sinatra put two made for walking Walk of life, Dire straits. Mario Lanza. I'll walk with God. The Great Ocean Road Walk is fantastic. That's not a song. That is a recommendation. We're doing the walking topic today, people so all day ascending your ideas for songs. Plenty of beer, plenty more to come. But look at this point in time. I'm a little bit excited when you get to work and producer John says, How about we get Liz Stringer and list Stringer is one of Australia's great vocalists. One of Australia's great guitarists singer songwriters. She's got a brand new album that is being released this Friday. The album is called first Time Really Feeling, and I'm delighted to have her on the line. Halal is Stringer. Hi, Bry. How you good, Really good not to talk to you. Yeah. What a treat. Now I'm assuming you're not in Canada. I'm not Canada. I'm actually in dial stood right now randomly. But I've been house sitting in mountain accident, which is a very beautiful part of the world, particularly this time of year five just spent. Just taking myself on a little cruise around or Tom? No, Central Victoria. Excellent. Well, so you should before everything is unleashed, and we'll get to those dates. There's a couple of appearances this weekend, which is pretty exciting for free in various record shops. But, Liz I mentioned Canada because I know you've spent a bit of time there. You've worked as a session musician you've lived there, but this brand new record. Recorded in Ontario. Have I got that right? Yes. In Toronto. Yet in Toronto, first time really feeling and we're going to play. I think the second single in a moment, dangerous. But firstly look when a press release says that the 10 song Collection documents are recent reckoning and metamorphose, I can't let that go by. I know you're a woman of great dips and great honesty. Tell us about your your reckoning, and you met him office. Well, um Didn't turn into a beetle, but I did. I'm You know, a few years ago, I just star made it to shopping Doctor Peter. I wasn't I wasn't traveling very well. And so I I kind of just radically change what's happening. I stopped drinking, which was a massive Um, pot. That that kind of crucial part On. And, um Yeah, I I kind of said about completely reorganizing my inner world which needed some, which made a lot of reorganizing. So part of that was Um, getting getting my body right again. You know, I'm backing myself physically more healthy and Emotionally and kind of, you know, psychologically, a lot more healthy. We tried feel now, but it's taken a few years yet it's taken a while. We'll leave the emotional head space because that's a probably just a little too personal for 20 to 1 on a Thursday, But I'm intrigued as to how changing a lifestyle that radically How does that impact on your performance on on your songwriting? On. I imagine Sometimes the song writing can hand in hand with some of those old habits. And what about the vocal Well, I mean by civilized beings. To my Surprised, though. What got a lot easier and I want that are quite quickly when I stopped. When I stopped being made to my my body. Yeah, I think I was a little bit worried. I think I said I subscribed a little bit to the idea that maybe you needed to Ring collateral, You know, party a lot to be a good artist. I think that was in me a little bit. And so I was afraid that maybe that would change. Actually, what it did was open. All of the channels between my kind of creative self and the outside world so I'd suddenly really enjoyed riding again. And singing and playing live. I suddenly felt all the natural adrenaline and feelings of real connection that you have on stage on tempered by. Alcohol. So it was. It was a beautiful revelation on one of the things on my scribe before, actually isn't that fantastic? Because I know you do here, you know, and we duel have that image off the tortured artist. You know, Sitting alone. There's a bottle there. You know this whatever else and that can fire up those songs, But I think so often. It is the romantic ideal. It's the myth rather than the reality. Very excitingly Stringer because if anyone is listening, who has seen you perform or heard? Your your many records. I mean, this is your sixth album union. You're no newcomer to these people know the power and the dip off Liz Stringer just before we play dangerous, and I'll get you to introduce it on give a little bit of back story. Yeah, A lot of talk about you on stage with midnight oil was that was that as incredible as I believe it might have been. Yes, absolutely. It was, you know, it feels quite surreal itself to real time and now And now that it's you know, if you even a few weeks ago, I kind of assumed as I got off the plane and got got high and it felt like it. Never happened. It was an extraordinary experience. You know, I've been an oil sense since I was a kid. And, um, and in my opinion, they're one of the most Had another a bit like cutting edge and invented rock and roll band to the side of producing But you know, I've respected their activism, constant activism since I started and I've got to, you know, seeing in place play a bit of guitar weekend, but also I got to sing in support off some amazing First Nations artists, including my one of my best friend's boyfriend again. Consultant has been case on Skye talked yesterday. It was It was a huge cast, and I was very honored to be part of it. Yeah, I spoke to people who were at the show at Mount indeed. And they just said from so many angles on so many levels, it was an incredible show and sing the oils in full flight is exciting, but a lot of people We're talking about your performance list. Ring in the new album is called first Time really feeling We need to let people know that they can see you tomorrow evening. I love this six o'clock rock Steady records, one of Milburn's great record stores in its free. Then on Saturday, the first of my 12 o'clock it reading since and killed her in Acklin straight. That's a nice little Event. You can wander down to the beach afterwards for a swim, I reckon. And then at four o'clock on that day at milk records, of course, the label that Courtney Bonnet and your good pal gym clothes started. In Coburg That one is free Victorian date in June,.
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"We've all attended In this area will rescue us Have attended cases that Heritage Golf Club where we've worked sometimes for weeks to rehabilitate animals and released them safely there. And some of those animals. So you've rehabilitated and now being shot for pet food. Is that right? Well, yeah, spiritually and kind of the irony of it is that they are so I'd be tried it to humans. Good with the gulf of that entrusting. I suppose. I just barely put their heads up and get up quite close to me that she always secret duration of the kangaroos causing problems there. I don't know. I mean, we, you know, did probably There's always incidents between animals and people wherever they're sharing the space together. But on the whole we hadn't been aware of any major stress is because there's no major roads running through this kind of little. On Gulf tracks that the caddies got pinned down on so Yeah, I'm chatting to Dr Natasha Best local vets. Need chance. AIPAC Arian Melvin's Northeast, Natasha, I'm particularly curious about this character of big L O s. Oh, there's Mr Scarface. Which rule is this? Hey, The very that came to local rescue was attention. Not long after the fires last year, so yeah. No injury on I suppose the equipment of his wrist he was really well now known to local He's actually really huge. Out of definitely in our health and safety listing risk on day he Yeah, so there's a group of volunteers that's and rescuers. That were called in to assist with that, and He actually was a very involved process. So we had a couple of fun, especially guarding bits. Come out from a group called This compassionate were really active in the area. Who? Yes. So we're all affiliated. We all have the same Indian mind and they came out. Got a beam. 15 resonating longer term care in the shoulder, but because of your size is nothing just lie there. I'll let you traded one of his very placid. So he got up. He got transported under sedation all the way up to a shelter in Central Victoria and the kid was taken under by another couple of 60 cares. And I'm one of them really well known daughter as well and he was, you know, Dad, it's the treatment were necessary and under when really long treatment program, then Transported back down to two inside and released with some huge ceremony amongst the residents, and I was so kind of excited to have him back that they made a calendar. Immediately. Human confused United, Spectacularly billed as the big boy rules are like he's gonna go to Paul Hogan. Five. Going on, just reclining in the grass just could be quite different, depending on where this goes. I just want to point out that we have tried to contact the Heritage Golf and Country Club for response. And, you know, the call has been approved, but nonetheless is clearly some compassion responses to death. Dr. Natasha bested really appreciate your time this morning. It's coming up to her past seven. Good morning. James Hancock with ABC News. Government sources have told the ABC that a purpose built quarantine facility is said to be constructed north of Melbourne Airport, Harry secular, it reports The state government is expected to announce plans for a new purpose built hard and Nicholas in Melbourne's North date House a yet to be confirmed, but it's understood of facility will be built at or near an existing quarantine center that's been used for.
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"The Indian government has disputed claims the death toll from its current devastating coronavirus surges being under reported. Operators of crematoria say ditz from covered 19 at home aren't being counted because they didn't occur in hospitals. India has for the six day running posted more than 300,000 new infections. Ashok Malik as senior policy advisor with India's External Affairs Ministry says every death is being reported. That's can't be hidden in the country like India. What is possibly happening is that the debts are not being categorized correctly at the moment, so people who have died off in this is related to comb it or beautiful with maybe Categorizes having died from a morbidity. Cricket Australia says it will continue to the guys with the federal government to ensure the safety of Australian players, coaches and officials still participating in India's Premier Lake. Australia is posing a wolf lights from India because of its Corona virus outbreak. There are more than a dozen Australian players in cultures remaining in the country, including test stars David Warner, Steve Smith and Pat comments. I pl teams are operating in a bubble and playing matches in empty arenas. The first of Australia's Tokyo bound athletes could receive their covert 19 vaccines as early as next week after national Cabinet agreed to part fast track access for the team. More than 2000. Athletes and officials traveling to the Olympics will now be considered a priority group under the vaccine rollout. Australian Olympic Committee CEO Met Carol says the team will be representing Australia in a high risk environment. It's a great relief for the athletes and also for their families, because it's just one of those weight off their mind that they know that we're the vaccination. They'll be obviously cipher from the whole point of view, and it would now be able to really concentrate on on the games. Earth and W ays peel region have been downgraded to an orange zone from a red sign overnight on Victoria's traffic light travel system. The decision comes after Western Australia's premier Mark McGown announced the end of a three day lockdown and no further community transmission of coronavirus. Anyone returning to Victoria from Perth or the Peel region late to take a test within 72 hours and isolate until they receive a negative result. United States has approved the style of up to a dozen lethal military drones to Australia in a deal likely to be worth over $2 billion. He's defense correspondent Andrew Green. America's Defense Security Cooperation Agency has formally given the green life for the export of up to 12 Sky guardian drones to the Australian Defense Force in 2019. The federal government down selected the lethal unmanned aircraft because an earlier choice of Reaper drones did not meet to mystic Air worthiness standards. The deal, estimated to be worth over $2 billion includes options for several ground attack weapons as well, a support infrastructure. Two police officers have been suspended with pay and one of them is expected to be charged with drug offenses after the shooting Milburn's CB Day police said they tried to stop five people in an unregistered Karen Williams straight early on Saturday morning. One of them was arrested and found to be a 28 year old off duty Sandy constable from Milburn's north waste, he's expected to be charged on summons with drug position. The other off duty officer has been spoken to about the incident. Police have discovered a large drug making site at a shade on a property in Central Victoria about $750,000 worth of drugs were found by investigators at the property just south of Bendigo yesterday afternoon. Police say 47 year old man was arrested at the scene and is assisting with the investigation. Shaking Victoria's with the details. Now on morning fog Miley across the South and 80 clearing to a dry and mild day. Isolated.
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"I'm just gonna come over and sit on your head like a very odd back. But he actually rubs over you any like it's like I love you with all my heart and I have to show you how much I love you completely. Maybe you're lying in bed. He'll jump on your head and lie completely on your head and rub on you, too. You can't breathe, and it's rather a meeting. But I don't. I've never quite worked out if he's doing it for you, which purposes What is it? Oh, that's good. That's very interesting on there. Yes, I haven't haven't had too many drugs, engaging that sort of behavior. But what I would say it's a behavior that has maintained or increases in frequency. He's getting something from it. So it could be pleasure. It could be the sensation of, you know, bonding with you. It sounds like he's trying to get as close to you as possible, actually, what it feels like, But it's just the red and he will do it. He won't do it for weeks. And all of a sudden jump up on you and sit on your head and you guys seriously mine and then he finding anyone do it for weeks again, so it doesn't seem like there's a patent. On. But if you jumping on your bed, he's bound to be on your head and he will literally smother you in a minute. Can I ask you? I noticed that my dog does similar things. If I'm ignoring him, that idea of I'm needing to really jump into your line of focus is it Is it likely to happen when you are watching TV or not focused on him? Yeah, maybe. Yeah, maybe, but he just seems to want to show you his love very enthusiastically with his whole body. It may also be the reaction that he gets for that behavior. Sometimes that can be rewarding for them because we tend to, you know, give a nice reaction that they enjoy. But Whatever the case, if it's not causing you any any problems, that's just a quick I would say behavior and, yes, I did ask you if he's breathing about it, and I said, did they? Did they do all of them? You don't know what is she saying? Now it's 15, okay? But I wondered if it was a great thing. Maybe that because I do know Cemal is designed to sleep on people and keep them warm once upon a time as the body food, so I didn't know whether it was my to be leg of that He still thinks he's living in the Arctic Circle. Hold something, and I must be really keep you warm. I don't know. Possibility. A man the best of luck with that same way that you've got over there in Horsham. Gosh, that is It's a good problem that you got a dog that loves you on. That's a good thing, And you clearly are loving owner. It's 11 minutes to eight. Plenty of calls. But you may have time if you quick 1300 triple 277 for my guest. Is Dr Kate Monument, who is an animal behaviorist in applied animal behavior, and her website is called pits Behaving badly, whether it is about head sitting or whether it's about indoor paying, or let's see where Brendan takes us next. He's in Melbourne. Good evening, Brendan. Good evening. How are we all Good, Thank you. What's your What's your a pickle? What the article said. We've got to win a big year old, very much family. Love Dog rotation. Reach Back Cross, Jack Russell. And have you had that Congress even take place? Some people. Could it be a canine debauchery that we won't go there to stimulate involved somewhere? Cake bank rescue dogs today you got anyway. We got a quite young and she's been a well behaved dog. Except for whenever I come home from work. He seems to bolt to me and back her head off incessantly. And jump. Coupled with whenever don't walk past al Hind. She does the same thing. She's a well exercised dog, and we've tried to reward good behavior and ignore. When she jumps and things like that, But it's just not seem to be working. Okay, Okay. All right, so jumping up and getting really excited When someone they love comes home. The really common problem, so I would suggest you You want to ignore the unwanted behavior and reward um, or desired behavior. So, for example, coming to you and sitting, so she's wanting your attention as soon as you get home if you are able to be consistent in ignoring the unwanted behavior, but telling her what to do instead that that results in what she's after your attention and affection, and maybe the odd trade here in there If you're really consistent in doing that she will offer that behavior that is more a warning for her. She's always just doing what works for her, and her behavior is indicative of what Spain reinforced previously. Even if you don't think your brain force behavior, sometimes even eye contact or telling adults are for telling them to be quiet is better than nothing. When you ignore the unwanted behavior that means like walking away from her. On assuming she stopped sparking turn around asking to sit and then give early attention You want and you've got to repeat that very, very immediately so that she makes the connection barking makes you go away. But the absence of backing and sitting get Mexi attention come Connectors. Those kind on dendrite, right? Yes, exactly. That's exactly the challenge. Brendan. Yes, And I love the idea of turning away and then coming closer, And that is the That's the hint that what's your name of of your beautiful dog? Bella Stella. Well, all the best with Stiller. Brendan. Thanks very much living here from you. Thank you were next. Let's go to Qin. He's in Central Victoria Whereabouts in Central Victoria King. Me hate cut up here. Then you go. No, it's part of the world. And what animal do you have? Have a hard year old female Hel P. She's not be sick. Cheese pattern event a couple weeks ago, she's going through a pseudo pregnancy. What Yeah, well, that's yeah, She's having a post pregnancy say, Hey, I thought this is it, not a thing cut. Yeah, Apparently it is. Yes. Yeah, it's just she's an only dog does not want the doctor around. Um way took it to the vet use, not acting correctly and.
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"Taking a few flowers at the minute. We're kind of waiting for the cold weather at the end of this week will expect more as the warm summer days give way to cooler autumn temperatures in this part of Central Victoria. First Republic. Saffron plants start to bloom with brilliant purple flowers. It is a bit of Ah Belka, So it'll start off quite slowly and then you'll find you'll have you know 1000 2000 flowers in the middle of the season, and then the sizzle slowly die off again until around middle of May. Definitely the season will be over and the corns will start going slowly into their dormant Period of a summer. Hello. I'm even hinted, and I'm here with Rose Marie on a property in the central Victorian town of Denali, which she grows saffron crocus. She then carefully picks and drives the flowers to collect their crimson stigma that's highly prized as a cooking ingredient. Saffron is not only one of the world's most expensive crops, it's also very delicate and labor intensive to harvest. During harvest. I'll come out to the paddock around 7 30 in the morning and hand picked each flower. There is a reason why it does need to be done by hand rather than by machine. You want to keep as much of the thread intact as you can, so I don't want broken threads. The flowers picked quite delicately from the plants. You actually wanna pick them when the petals are still quite closed. Again. You want to protect the threads from being exposed to too much sunlight because that can degrade the quality as well. So that's why we go out first thing in the morning and pick them all before the flowers open and then I'll take them into air drying shed. I actually pick and dry on the same day. Once it is dried, I will Package it up into our different sizes. So some maybe catering size or cafes and restaurants or a little 100 MG, which are sold with recipe cards, which the home cook and don't have a little play with an experiment with in the kitchen. Part of my job is to teach people how to get the most out of their saffron. So for those who maybe haven't used it often, there's two ways of using saffron. You can Post the threats and a lot of Indian dishes will call for your spices to be toasted together the other ways to infuse it like a T so warm up the liquid that you're cooking with. So it might be a chicken stock or veg stock or If you're making a dairy based ice cream, you might warm up your milk and leave the saffron in the warm liquid for at least an hour to infuse on that will bring out all the colors and the flavors and then you can go on and make your dish and saffron is not one of those flavors that will Country in the place like chili. It does need that little bit of time to develop so you'll often find with even tailors and carries that you'll use it in the flavor will be even stronger the day after. So, yeah. We're looking at some rice beds here. You're growing them a little differently. Tioga way most growers would grow saffron. Tell me about these. Yeah, well, we've chosen to do that for a couple of reasons. We are quite conscious off what water we use on the farm being off grid. And I'm also, um, quite conscious of what chemicals they use, Tonto. Turn out natural clay into the kind of friable soil that several needs, so I didn't want to. Rip up the whole front pathetic and add a whole lot of fertilizers and Whatever else we needed to do to turn that into several unfriendly soil. So instead what we've done is used the garden bids and that way, I really only need to micromanage. L Gotten bits. Suffering is actually quite sensitive to waterlogged soil. By having them up off the ground. I could really guarantee good drainage. Why did you decide to grow this particular spice? So when we first came out to the farm Because my background is in the food industry him. I worked as a chef in kitchens in moment for many years, so I knew I wanted to do something with food because we're off grid, anything with a refrigeration unit or a heating element. Can drain your battery bank, so I knew I wanted something that didn't need to be refrigerated. It has low energy requirements. And also the low water requirements. Oh, yeah, And it was also something that was a little bit different, and I could say huge possibilities in all the recipes that I could come up with in history. It's also being used as a fabric dye. So I kind of Was quote inspired to go down that track as well. And how much you hoping to harvest this season. Good question, and I could give you a number but natural. Make a liar out of these s O. I shouldn't really get my chickens people they had Rosemary Panic is growing saffron in central Victoria, where she spoke to aid in Henan in before that big with him, introduced us to Josh Richards, who's been short listed for a one way trip to Mars as part of the Mars one program. But for now, he's exploring underground caves in South East South Australia, and you can read more of Joshua's story and all the stories on today's program. Just head online to ABC. Don't need daughter you and look for a big country. That's the show for today. I'll talk.
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"Decrease on guess. Oh, margins and profitability will be impacted for one because even if you weren't exporting anything to China The good news. Virginia is filled one consumers happy. Beginning some great bargains, but they can pick up well, that's great for us. Maybe not so good for you. But 25%. So did that 25% off your production that was going off to China with the introduction of that terror of temporarily and now permanently. Did it. Just stop. It Did absolutely. Stop it dead. Huh? And you're you're now so desperately flailing around trying to find the second the second market for it. Yeah, And as I said, you know, we can. We can certainly generated more cells in some export markets, which other ones you thinking off wealth. The UK is very good market and The federal government is just in the final stages of negotiating a free trade agreement there. And if that could express reports this morning over this a final stages But OK, go on or you're more up to date has been argued by going on there. But yes, better spirals. The UK is concerned. Hopefully that will The trade agreement will contain some relief on import duties for strong wine, and so that will go at least part ways to relieving some of the China pressure. We also do well in Scandinavia. Canada is a very good country force on day three. Yusa has traditionally made very solid market force thistles coming on text this morning, Ellis, sir, I'd love to get your response to it. Ls a public is with you Fourth generation winemaker and chief executive off to bilk Winery in Central Victoria. It's addressed to me. You people really can't wait until China owns 100% of this country. Can you do you get a bit of that sentiment, Alistair? I'm not sure what context that is like. I can't see that there's any great advantage in China owning Very much of Australia at all at the moment given now into government relationships, so s so yeah, I'm not quite sure where that texture was is coming from. I guess the point being that a lot of a lot of assisted his show Alistair have a problem with us having a major trade relationship with China. In the first place. Besides a communist country, we shouldn't be having such a massive trade relationship with them. And nor shall we ever have signed that MOU. What do you think? I think a zoo businessman I'll look to sell my products where there is consumer demand on do you know it would have been very hard to ignore the Chinese market. Uh, in the last 5 10 years, a zit bean generating a lot of thousands, not just for wine. There's a whole lot of other commodities and products. That the Chinese consumer really likes s O. You know, it's not illegal to sell product wherever you wish to fill it on do until that is or until you're denied access to market..
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"This is an abc podcast. So there's a whole kit in front of scalpels tweezers seizes yup raid. Because i'm gonna do some stitching. We got a little bit of foreign source. Yes that's going to help us up any any moisture that stock coming out. We don't want you. Don't want blood on your fitness okay. That's your warning right there. There is just a little bit of flesh and bone feathers and skin in this edition of science friction. Hey natasha mitchell wielding a scalpel yes. But i promise you there will be no booze. People think that we actually is some of the stuff everywhere. But what you're going to realize it's not it's can be quite claimed so i'm putting my and getting pretty psyched because i'm gotta do some taxidermy. It's not really so it's not just texted name. Used to be called stuffing. So back in the newseum methods back then back when it was cold stuffing was literally that took the skin off something so that skien up and it could have been stuff. Local straw wood fiber. Anything really moneim. Stephen smith now. You wanna strategist talk taxidermist. Yes not sure about that. But of working at melbourne museum for thirty five years as a traditional museum taxidermist when i started the museum deep experience and always had a love natural issue but never thought on the lawn of taxidermy but the head prepare to their by forty years. He wanted someone to mental and just happened to be at the right time. Do you know. I texted dummied spaceman. Yeah and it's still museum was on display not long ago. And she's brought braxton emotions really. That's qual which is quarter. Ray specimen for in victoria that museum. Texas domus like dana. Almost a scarce these days to record quite rare. we're not commercial taxidermist tweaking. The game not deer and foxes and things like that so we're really specialized in understanding anatomy and so forth of orlando ninety wall off. Pretty darn good texaco. And i'm he to learn some of that art will try to this. Is the first main interview. Been allowed to record outside of my home in over a year. And i've been inside an abc studio just three times since last march so hell. I'm breaking out and getting visceral and how to feel really alive. Heaven encounter with the date and to do that. I've ended a kind of fantasy office in central victoria to meet a jio called the museum micheals. It's a little tin shared at qatargas from the march per in saw there's a hell of a going on. That's for sure. I wanna tetiaroa. I'm you and would apply scored lot team which is a wonderful arts precinct. At the back of kesselman victoria of a workshop. Here russia with dane. And we make things. Do they ever but calling the mealy. Things is an understatement. That can range from tony insects to huge blue while so they might be skeletons ago into a research collection or they might be models of things that be intake extinct animals fossil replicas. We do all sorts of things cultural thing so in my my mic replicas of aboriginal artifacts. It's over your left shoulder. I say a taxi dummied crew to our garage. his will we're staring down upon us is donna. Sole model over there is a kangaroo. Boxing kangaroo koster think some carcasses of bats some fox's a crocodile peering overhead must all taxidermy is for institutions loch ness schools or universities museums. And it was at the melbourne museum. Where you in dane. I met as kids starting out. His trainy museum paradis every surface in this large teen shared by national. Their office is adorned with a menagerie of natural history to lots Books sketches the hand built models. Taxi do specimens they make of marsupials snakes. Spiders birds plants and a whole lot more. The drawer of is offset all different colors and sizes. Because that was that's yeah. Donoso must be adorable. Who had fish monday night in europe. A lot of these blind gloss they not shape for is is my and then we have other ones which we call a blankets. Got the black pupil. And we'll pintail the the fine detail in behind the glass say from totally beguiling alongside. The taxi dumi specimens the artificial models. They make a flora and fauna began small out of all sorts of materials just looked so real and that's the point so that's a cast of a koala body probably did full of the concentrations in phillip island. But i wanted to say every now and then it had blink and a ted tune. Someone did that just told. The person is now here and if you thought he did a pretty good job of perfecting your salad or surviving. Endless zoom meetings. This past year these two had the coolest project during. Victoria's covid lockdowns. We were fortunate enough to be in. Regional victoria where we did have some restrictions but we could still work with a team of five people and we built a sixty made a dinosaur and it had to travel to. W for the new museum that i don so tortona soros a massive sore reports four legged brontosaurus type thing. A long neck long tile her before creating an enormous authentic replica of a dinosaur. That's long extinct is a big engineering fate. And a scientific one knee with i fanned some of the fossil reminds of the dinosaurs. I've found what i think. Too skinny impressions so the dinosaurs lied in a muddy bank. It's got up. And it's left an impression lucky footprint if you like of its skin and i believe that be the skin texture of that particular dinosaur and we had very sculpt all that over the whole sixty square meters of skin and there was built. I've six months took a stray march sculpt the skin so while everyone else was making salad watching netflix. Videos during lockdown. You don a soul. That's every fantasy when we were making to get we wouldn't have been essentially distance. Arena was good. The donoso project it was texting is really good. Bicycles fly understanding anatomy getting inside of animals working closely with animals. We can apply that to building sculptures of prehistoric animals as well and getting that wrought and with that donoso looked fantastic. The log was about to walk out of the the workshop Picking up my scalpel again. I've got a real animal in mind so today is the.
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"central victoria" Discussed on Ideas
"Just the study of particles and electrons and stuff like that it literally means the entirety of the natural sciences. Didn't you know that the current pandemic seems to be a perfect example of how valuable that advise is right so the first thing you want to do is to get your facts straight. You want to get informed fact that is happening. Feels out all the pseudoscience and fake news and all that sort of stuff get the basic facts reliable sources get a minimum understanding. You don't have to get a PhD in biology. A minimum understanding of what exactly is going on in both in terms. Are broadly speaking. You know what is up endemic? How does it work but also morning put into in terms of specifics? How does this particular virus get around? And what are what are the kinds of techniques that you can use to minimize exposure? That sort of stuff. Then you move to the logic and you say okay. Well now that I have the facts. How do I think about these things? So should I panic? No of course. You should panic. Because panic is overriding of reason. No reason to panic. Not Helpful to panic. What you should do instead is to pay attention to what authorities are saying to talk to your friends to keep in touch with your family and friends because one of major challenges here. He's going to be especially in the long run to keep some kind of society going in some kind of contact with other people going. So that's what reasoning about. The facts is telling you and then the ethics tells you how to behave towards other people. You have a responsibility to other people. Therefore for instance. If you're sick don't get out. Even if healthy get out as little as possible. Montaigne social distancing. Do kind of things that are respectful of other people. Should you get sick? Don't get upset especially don't get upset with other people especially the people that are helping you. According to this story. We have judy to other people to treat people. Well especially under dire circumstances because as Seneca puts it everybody's a good pilot good navigator when the seas calm. It's one big storm comes then then we're gonna see what kind of stuff would be made up when one asks bridget. Of course to just go through some of the specifically if we could linger on logic how do you use logic in the stoic sense as Massimo explained to help us through for example self isolation quarantine in your estimate dotty recently which Huge percentage of people would rather be given electric shocks than to spend any time with themselves alone in a room. So this was pre pre pandemic take on great spending time by themselves. You know everyone loves socializing going out saying friends. This is going to force a lot of to bail on with us. In a room in one place with a small amount of people and a lot of them were exiled Tenneco was exiled and he excelled two eight years on an island of Corsica and he used that time to contemplate nature and to contemplate his philosophy wisely. So it's about not wasting this opportunity that we have to go in moods to raid to bake to to do things that slow us down. We can't change the fact that within ordered into isolation we don't have control over that we just have to to suck it up but we can use the time and contemplation is one of the tools generally as well the STOIC dude experience as long periods away from their loved ones and away from the job they will stole them money when though excelled I didn't have their social standing and that's going to happen to a lot of off now so it's how we use that time when we now own exiles in harm that as important. The final thing that I'd like to do is to read you my favorite bit of advice for my favorites Stoic SENECA WHO wrote this in an essay called on the shortness of life? Putting things off is the biggest waste of life. It's snatches away each day as it comes and denies us the present by promising the future the greatest obstacle to living expectancy which hangs upon tomorrow and loses. Today you are arranging what lies in fortunes control and abandoning. What in yours. What are you looking at to? What Goal Are you straining? The whole future lies in uncertainty live immediately now. The message from that is very clear. But how do we apply that quotation or the lessons from that quotation to the situation that we're living in today? Can you even do that? So the message as you actually were saying essentially the cockpit focus on what is happening here now and that the reason for that is because your life is happening here now. It may be the case that right now. You're not facing a situation that is particularly pleasant right. You know you're in isolation because of the condemning or maybe you have some of your loved ones who have gotten sick or something like that nevertheless the best thing you can do in terms of preparing for your future are being helpful to your own future and the future of other people easy fat to pay attention to what's happening now. It doesn't matter what it is particularly pleasant or particularly unpleasant. These what you have and the reasonable thing to do is to pay attention to it so that you can make it better for yourself and for others bridget. The most important thing now is not the breakout not to not to get angry at people not to be reactive not to create vast amounts of anxiety. About what might happen in the future. We don't know what's going to happen. You know. This situation changes minute by minute. Being in the present name I well other people I love. Well do I have enough to a am? I feeling tranquil like that was the main one of the main things that stoic salt was. Tranquillity you know not being overly disturbed me right now. I'm just focusing on being calm. Not panicking joined Carta trying to be a role model to my friends and family who may be struggling and they lay ship or need support and enjoying life at the moment. It's a beautiful autumn day in Central Victoria Australia. And just enjoying the and the the the good things that I still all around it so you living in the moment. What does that mean for you right now? Massimo? What are you doing? What I'm doing right now is going to join two couples of friends together with my wife using a video conferencing software and we're going these virtual TVOS so each one of us is GonNa have a glass of wine or a cocktail and she thinks due to eat and we're going to have a conversation for forty five minutes an hour or so and then we're going to watch a movie which in this particular case we agreed is going to be a singing in the rain because we both feel that. This is the kind of movie that it's uplifting and it's a lot of fun to watch and then after that we're gonNA come back for a nightcap and a discussion of movie so it's a really nice pleasant way of spending an evening and focusing on the on the here now. It is problematic. But it's not all bad. There's still a lot that we can do and enjoying our lives. Wow solidity lovely lovely enjoy and thanks again for your time on ideas. You've been listening to take it like a stomach. Taking part in the discussion where Massimo pitchy doctor of genetics evolutionary biology and professor of philosophy at City College of New York. He's also author of two books on Stoicism host of the STOIC. Meditations PODCAST BRIDGET. Delaney is a journalist for the Guardian newspaper an author of fiction and nonfiction books. Whose own book on. Stoicism is in the works. Many thanks to both bridget and Massimo for their time and stoicism in unusual circumstances. If you have any comments about this program you can us on facebook and twitter or on our website. Cbc DOT CA slash ideas. The program was produced with Philip. Coulter ideas digital producer. Is Lisa a USA? The technical producer is Danielle Davao. Our senior producer is Nikola. Look shish the executive producer of ideas is Greg. Kelly and I'm now for more. Cbc PODCASTS GO TO CBC DOT CA slash podcasts..
"central victoria" Discussed on The Science Show
"We're in the theater in bendigo central victoria it's the writers festival and i'm about to introduce one of the top science writers and no this is not a repeat the sideshow never rests north of science thank you i'm robin williams i do things on radio and television at least television yesterday and this is davor so bell one of the best science writers in world wow and the prizes to prove it with the books like longitude galileo's daughter and so on and this wonderful book the glass universe which tells a wonderful story most of which i had never heard before it really is quite interesting to see how my actually hear you say that yeah and i'd like to start davor we putting in context in history because they have been fierce events recently and one particular one the eclipse but before i talk about that eclipse and what it might have done to science in america i just want to read a quotation and it comes from the book and it opens parthree spicer mom we'll talk about a little later culture cd of pain she said i saw in the stars a chance to observe phenomena beyond terrestrial scope nothing seemed impossible in those early days we will gang to understand everything tomorrow everything they came close down and going back we're talking about the latter part of the 19th century and the reason i mentioned the eclipse kushner has been in the clips in the united states and we're going back to southern guy i think is eighteen seventy eight.
"central victoria" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"Weiss lands australian degraded ustralian environments and so on acted as con of a framework that allowed people to deconstruct our ideas of national identity sort of rigs eminem side naika why slants as it tell us about the sitting feel novel the rain never came in and not too distant future the sitting is effectively an extension of the droughtstricken land we have at the moment and the droughts that we have had in the in the past it actually evolved because all was living in central victoria during the millennium drought that that's at 10year drought way we will remember it i lived in his little tawny country town the actual sitting all of the writing of never time city and it was one of the weirdest places i've ever been in my life lamenting said at a did bring very true the sitting that does not what is based on experience thanks anam coincidently total hometown osorio i had one of connections to the price and has been a little faster debts fraught yet hence or could hopefully people find that it's of worked really well and it seems like a convincing environment but more than anything it was the people in this place during the drought that inspired the idea full what if these kept going yet what if instead of being ten use the drought lasted for thirty or forty and the way of life that we are accustomed to was no longer with no other favorable another viable onto very good what if a very good premise.