This afternoon I was interviewed for over an hour about my careers in teaching, meteoritics and writing. This was for a Norfolk online archive which can be accessed by anyone who's interested: the link is:
I was quite flattered to be asked, although we covered only a fraction of my somewhat chequered career! Amusingly, the interviewer asked lots about the Apollo Astronauts and where I got my meteorites from, but neatly avoided any reference to my 65-year interest in the UFO phenomenon!
The pictures below will feature in the archive when my 'piece' is published...
|Lecturing at the Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge|
|BBC Radio Norfolk|
|My first fossil collection|
|Stargazing Live for the BBC|
|The Space Station|
|A large iron meteorite|
|Norfolk fossils I've collected|
|Selection of meteorites from stock|
|Astronauts I've met|