Here are a few links to help you to discover a little more about the guests on the Tall Poppies podcast. It is by no means complete, but meant to assist you in your research.
Matthew Larkum, Neuroscientist
Article on experiments in human tissue:
Lab website: https://www.projekte.hu-berlin.de/en/larkum
Simon Singh – Lecture on the Stairway to Heaven backwards and its implications
Brainstorm or Green needle?
And as a violinist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Km1Gazt5xAM
Stanley Dodds, Violinist & Conductor
Gail Jones, Author
Robert Gray, Poet
Berlin’s International Literature Festival
Verlag Thomas Reche publish Robert Gray’s poems in German
To see Heather’s paintings visit her homepage
Peter’s homepage can be found here:
Peter Singer’s book include:
Animal Liberation, A New Ethics for Our Treatment of Animals, (1975)
Practical Ethics, (3rd ed. 2011; originally published 1979)
The Life You Can Save: Acting Now to End World Poverty, (2009)
One World: The Ethics of Globalisation, (2002)
A Darwinian Left: Politics, Evolution, and Cooperation, (1999)
How Are We to Live?: Ethics in an Age of Self-Interest, (1995)
Rethinking Life and Death: The Collapse of Our Traditional Ethics, (1994)
The Most Good You Can Do – How effective Altruism is changing Ideas about Living Ethically, (2015)
If you would like to find out more about Paul Kildea and themes related with his latest book, here are a few links to help you out.
Jo Ann Endicott
Barrie Kosky – Stage Director
If you want to catch one of Barrie Kosky’s productions, then check out Opera Vision.
This is a free screening service that often screens productions from Berlin’s Komische Oper and many other opera houses.
Simone Young – Conductor
Brett Dean – Composer, Violist and Conductor
If you want to discover more of Brett’s music, then go to