Celebrity Speakers

Hayley Pearson

You can catch Hayley on Melbourne's NOVA 100 on weekdays and weekends. Hayley began on radio in 2002 with an Adelaide radio station doing voluntary news producing, writing and broadcasting. She then made the move to Austereo Adelaide (Triple M and SAFM) where she was a Triple M FREQ SHOW announcer, late night announcer, assistant producer and street promotions coordinator. Hayley has a Bachelor of ...

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Helen Wellings

A former high school teacher, Helen Wellings is recognised as Australia's foremost consumer affairs expert. She is the national reporter on consumer and trade practice issues for SEVEN. In 1973 Helen was recruited to the NSW Department of Consumer Affairs as the senior education officer. Helen's job was to prevent problems by implementing public information programs advising industry, commerce a ...

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Henry Roth

Henry Roth has a multifaceted professional background combining a law degree with international marketing experience and fashion design. Over the years, Henry has grown his Australian family bridal and fashion business into a world renown successful brand. Henry has featured on numerous American entertainment shows - including Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, CNN, Insider, The View, To ...

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Iain Hewitson

Bursting onto the television screen in 1992 as the chef of the Ten Network's Healthy, Wealthy & Wise, Iain Hewitson has since taken viewers through food and wine regions throughout Australia and overseas, proving that cooking can be simple and fun. As a man with a definite passion for the good things in life, Iain feels creating, writing and speaking about food and wine is the perfect job! ...

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Ian Chappell

When world cricket's finest captains are discussed, Ian Chappell's name is invariably among the front-runners. The South Australian-born right hand-batsman captained Australia in 30 Tests between 1971 and 1975 and while he was in charge Australia didn't lose a series. Ian Chappell made his Test debut against Pakistan in Melbourne in 1964 and played his final Test against England on the same groun ...

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Ian Healy

Ian Healy was a permanent fixture in the Australian Cricket Team from 1988 to 1999, missing just one Test - because of a broken thumb, and amassing five world records along the way. He holds the record for the most dismissals by a keeper in Test history with his final tally of 395 made up of 366 catches and 29 stumpings. But his record-breaking efforts extend beyond his skill behind the stumps. ...

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Ian Leslie

Famous as a reporter on the original 60 Minutes team, Ian Leslie is by reputation and accomplishment one of Australia's outstanding broadcast journalists and corporate communicators. An extraordinary career in journalism recognized by the Medal of the Order of Australia(OAM) for his services to media and the community. Ian speaks the language of corporate Australia. Arguably the most refreshing ...

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Ian Thorpe

Ian Thorpe, who would later become one of the greatest swimmers the world has ever known, had to first over come an allergy to chlorine. By the age of 11, Ian had outgrown the allergy. At 14, Ian made history by becoming the youngest male to ever make the Australian Mens' swim team. At 17, Ian was selected for the Australian Mens' Olympic swim team. He became the hero of the Games for Australia, a ...

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Ian Watson

Ian Watson is a presenter on the ABC's flagship science program, Quantum. He joined the ABC's science unit in 1994 after a stint in commercial television and more than a decade lecturing and researching in Universities around Australia. Ian is a scientist by training. He completed his PH.D at the University of Western Australia in 1981 in the field of climatology. He taught and researched in atm ...

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Indira Naidoo

Journalist and broadcaster Indira Naidoo is the host of Feedback. South African born Indira Naidoo first joined the ABC in Adelaide in 1990 after completing her BA in journalism from the University of South Australia. During her five years in Adelaide Indira, 33, covered all major news reporting rounds, presented the weekend news for two years and filled behind the presenters for the state ...

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