April 2014
Dumbo Feather;2014 2nd Quarter, Issue 39, p46
An interview with science journalist, author, television and radio host Dr. Karl Kruszelnicki is presented. He explains why he gave up his job as a doctor in a children hospital and go into the media. He talks about growing up in Australia and mentions that he likes the music of Ludwig van Beethoven. Also mentioned is his Australian Father of the Year award in 2003.


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