Embark on an exhilarating deep-sea expedition to the darkest, most enigmatic parts of the oceans with ABC Radio National’s The Science Show presenter, Robyn Williams and a panel of renowned deep sea experts.
Deep oceans cover more than two-thirds of our planet and yet the world that exists at their deepest, darkest depths is often seen as mysterious and alien. It is true that there is much left to discover, but what is already known is fascinating.
Discover the hidden wonders of Earth’s deepest ecosystems as our panel discuss everything from the astonishing life forms and the unique ecology to the pollution making it all the way down there.
Todd Bond is the Deputy Director of the Minderoo-UWA Deep-Sea Research Centre at The University of Western Australia and a deep-sea ecologist with a soft spot for fish.View Profile
Robyn Williams is a British/Australian science journalist and broadcaster who has hosted The Science Show on ABC Radio National (RN) since 1975, and created Ockham's Razor in 1984.View Profile
Helen Bostock is Associate Professor in Oceanography at the University of Queensland. Helen is a deep sea explorer who has participated on 13 research voyages from the tropics to Antarctica...View Profile
Emily Jateff is the Senior Curator, Maritime Trade and Industry and inaugural Curator of Ocean Science and Technology at the Australian National Maritime Museum.View Profile
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