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On this International Women’s Day special episode of Live & Learn, we speak to computer scientist Wendy Hall to discuss the lack of women in science-based careers, why it is important to have female representation in these fields, and the work she does championing more women to undertake science education. Hall was appointed Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 2009 for her services to science and technology.
Contributing more carbon emissions than global transportation, slash-and-burn farming is one of the greatest forces in rainforest destruction. Mike Hands is a tropical ecologist from England, who has developed a sustainable agricultural system known as Inga Alley Cropping, which he, together with research assistant Lindsay Leyden, join us to discuss.
Throughout the whole month of March, 2014 on Talkback, we gave the callers the unique opportunity to speak to the people in charge and ask them the tough questions. To have a direct and candid conversation with Malaysian ministers on the state of the economy and rising cost of living. This program was brought to you by PEMANDU.
Tim McArthur, together with pianist Samuel Tan, are set to present an evening of songs from the World of Musical Theatre, in a showcase with stories, humour and a big voice. With theatre credits that include Side By Side By Sondheim, Wizard of Oz and South Pacific, Tim has performed his one-man show across the world and he joins us for a look-back at his career and teaser of his upcoming show.