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FEATURED  Construction of the O.T. Line Interviewed on ABC Radio National’s Conversations With Richard Fiedler, well-known Northern Territory author Derek Pugh covers interesting highlights of the construction story. Derek Pugh, 18 March 2022  (45 minute audio) Radiograms 1.	OTL Symposium Summary 	Speakers and contents of presentations at the OT-150 Symposium, University of South Australia (City West), opened by her Excellency Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC, Governor of South Australia. 4.	Todd and the OTL, Radio Interview 	Julian Todd interviewed by Ian Mcnamarra (Macca) on ABC Radio National’s Austalia All Over program. Plans for celebrations at Alice Springs. 	Julian Todd, 7 August  2022. 2.	OTL Symposium Videos 21 July 2022 	Nine videos of the Symposium covering the complete proceedings that present newly researched material on six topics ranging from the periods before, during and after the contruction and what’s left of the Line today.
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3.	Todd and the OTL, Radio Interview 	The Astronomical Society of South Australia sponsored a presentaion covering the full range of Sir Charles Todd’s professional activities and interests during his 49 years of work, establishing the foundations of science and technology in Australia. 	Mac Benoy, 3 August 2022 5.	Radio National Science Show  	A wide ranging ABC Science Show podcast by Sharon Carleton covering a host of topics about the Overland Telegraph Line and the professional endeavours of Sir Charles Todd who is billed as a pioneer of STEM, way before the acronym had come into use.  Julian Todd, Mac Benoy and others, 23 July 2022 6.	Todd and the OTL, Radio Interview 	ABC Adelaide’s Jules Schiller on the Drive program speaks to Mac Benoy about the Overland Telegraph and the broad range of disciplines covered in Todd’s career. 	Mac Benoy, 3 August 2022
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Overland Telegraph 150th Anniversary 1872-2022
Radiograms FEATURED  Construction of the O.T. Line Interviewed on ABC Radio National’s Conversations With Richard Fiedler, well-known Northern Territory author Derek Pugh covers interesting highlights of the construction story. Derek Pugh, 18 March 2022  (45 minute audio)

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1.	OTL Symposium Summary 	Speakers and contents of presentations at the OT-150 Symposium, University of South Australia (City West), opened by her Excellency Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC, Governor of South Australia. 4.	Todd and the OTL Interview 	Julian Todd interviewed by Ian Mcnamarra (Macca) on ABC Radio National’s Austalia All Over program. Plans for celebrations at Alice Springs. 	Julian Todd, 7 August  2022. 2.	OTL Symposium Videos     21 July 2022 	Nine videos of the Symposium covering the complete proceedings that present newly researched material on six topics ranging from the periods before, during and after the contruction and what’s left of the Line today.
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video 2 hrs 30 minutes
audio 16 minutes

Audio and Video

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audio 6 minutes
3.	Professional Life of Todd 	The Astronomical Society of South Australia sponsored a presentaion covering the full range of Sir Charles Todd’s professional activities and interests during his 49 years of work, establishing the foundations of science and technology in Australia. 	Mac Benoy, 3 August 2022 5.	ABC Science Show  	A wide ranging ABC Science Show podcast by Sharon Carleton covering a host of topics about the Overland Telegraph Line and the professional endeavours of Sir Charles Todd who is billed as a pioneer of STEM, way before the acronym had come into use.  Julian Todd, Mac Benoy and others 	 23 July 2022 6.	Todd and the OTL Interview 	ABC Adelaide’s Jules Schiller on the Drive program speaks to Mac Benoy about the Overland Telegraph and the broad range of disciplines covered in Todd’s career. 	Mac Benoy, 3 August 2022
audio 54 minutes
video 70 minutes forward to 8 minutes
More to come….
Overland Telegraph 150th Anniversary 1872-2022