Feb 9, 2019
|0:03:05||Shoot for the Moon
We chat to Prof. Richard Wiseman about his new book based on the Apollo Moon missions, 'Shoot for the Moon'.
Books on success usually focus on genetically gifted Olympians, hardheaded CEOs and risk taking entrepreneurs. This book presents a radically different perspective on how to achieve your aims and ambitions.
|0:15:50||FSM welcomes new President
Monash University Associate Professor Ken Harvey AM is the new President of Friends of Science in Medicine. He replaces Professor John Dwyer AO, the founding president.
Friends of Science in Medicine, founded in 2011, has grown to
become a major critic of unscientific health practices and
fraudulent health claims. It has advised governments and media,
made numerous submissions to enquiries and provided extensive
public advice concerning dubious health claims and practices
Interviews with Paul Flemons from the
Australian Museum and Patrick Tegart from the
Office of Environment and Heritage.
|0:27:40||Testing a 'Psychic' claim
From the pages of 'The Skeptic Magazine', we re-visit the time Australian Skeptics attempted to test a man who claimed to have something like psychic powers. Report by Ian Bryce.
|0:41:35||Trish & Chips! With Trish
Our reporter Trish Hann heads for Sydney Skeptics in the Pub to ask, "Who should be the Patron Saint of Skepticism?"
With Tim Mendham, Jessica Singer, Ian Bryce, Richard Saunders and Jessica Hazzard-White