Attention curious kids! Do you have a curly science question that you’ve been dying to ask? Why is the sky blue? Why are whales so big? Why am I smarter than my parents? (It’s true!) Here’s your chance to quiz Australia’s most popular scientist Dr Karl Kruszelnicki. A qualified medical doctor, engineer, physicist and mathematician, Dr Karl is the Julius Sumner Miller Fellow at the University of Sydney. All quizzical queries are welcome – Dr Karl just loves science to pieces! Hosted by ABC RN’s Carl Smith. Rec. 7+
Karl Kruszelnicki (Australian)
Dr Karl Kruszelnicki is the Julius Sumner Miller Fellow at the University of Sydney. He is a qualified medical doctor, engineer, physicist and mathematician, and has been named one of Australia's National Living Treasures. Dr Karl brings science to the airwaves every Thursday on the popular Science segment on the triple j Mornings show. He is gaining even more popularity with his newest podcast Shirtloads of Science and was the host of the Discovery Channel's ten-part TV series Dr Karl's Outrageous Acts of Science. His most recent release is Vital Science!
Carl Smith (Australian)
Carl Smith is a science nerd/reporter at ABC Science, who also co-hosts the kids’ podcasts Short & Curly, and Pickle. He’s made documentaries, presented the ABCTV series Minibeast Heroes, and was a reporter on ABCME’s Behind the News, a role which found him interviewing the head of NASA, reporting from inside a nuclear reactor, and dressing up as Batman!