Science communication legends on RadioNZ

Two international science communication superstars are in New Zealand this week attending the inaugural ScienceTeller festival in Dunedin. Radio New Zealand manage to catch up with Jay O’Callahan and Robyn Williams for an in depth look into their lives and the art of storytelling (interviews embedded below).

Saturday Morning with Kim Hill
Jay O’Callahan: stories and science
Internationally renowned storyteller and solo performer, who will visit New Zealand for the inaugural Science Teller Festival in Dunedin. (23?53?)

Nine to Noon with Kathryn Ryan
Feature Guest: Robyn Williams
Australian science broadcaster Robyn Williams has hosted The Science Show on the ABC since 1975. Outside the ABC, Robyn has served as president of the Australian Museum Trust, chairman of the Commission for the Future, and president of the Australian Science Communicators. In 1987, he was proclaimed a National Living Treasure. Robyn Williams has written more than ten books, and is visiting Dunedin as a speaker at the University of Otago’s inaugural ScienceTeller Festival. (34?01?)