With Stuart Gary
Thursday 5pm - 6pm
SpaceTime reports on the latest stories and discoveries making news in astronomy, space flight, and science. The show features weekly interviews with leading Australian scientists about their research and has a monthly sky-guide touring the stars and constellations. This provides a great family activity and is a cool way to get kids interested in science. Complicated stuff is explained in an easy to understand manner. He follows Albert Einstein’s motto: “If you can’t explain it to a 6 year old, you don’t understand it yourself.”
SpaceTime is already Australia’s most popular and respected astronomy and space science news show that has over 40 thousand followers on social media.
Stuart began his radio career as an announcer at 2LT Lithgow way back in the 1980s, before moving to 3CS Colac, then 8DN Darwin, and finally 3UZ Melbourne, before joining the ABC where he was a news and current affairs journalist and presenter for 26 years. His talents don’t stop there. Whilst Stuart was at ABC NewsRadio, he became the evening anchor there for over 15 years. He also presented a weekly hour long astronomy and science show called ABC StarStuff.
After retiring from the ABC and reading fan mail from numerous people who became scientists because of his show, he felt he should keep StarStuff going and changed the name to SpaceTime.
Don’t forget to tune in each Thursday to hear the show. 5-6 PM.