Recorded Time

by Julius Killerby

Welcome to Recorded Time. Hosted by Melbourne based artist, Julius Killerby, the podcast includes conversations about Art, History, Politics, Science and more.

Podcast episodes

  • #34 - Euzebiusz Jamrozik

    #34 - Euzebiusz Jamrozik

    Euzebiusz works at the Monash Bioethics Centre (Monash University) and the Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities (University of Oxford). He is also a clinical fellow at Melbourne Medical School. He is the co-author of Human Challenge Studies in Endemic Settings: Ethical and Regulatory Issues and has contributed to WHO Ethics Guidance documents on vector-borne diseases and human challenge studies.

  • #33 - Abdul Abdullah

    #33 - Abdul Abdullah

    Abdul Abdullah is an Australian multi-disciplinary artist. His practice is primarily concerned with the experience of the 'other'. Abdullah's projects have engaged with different marginalised minority groups and he is particularly interested in the disjuncture between perception and reality. On this episode Julius and Abdul discuss his career and work so far.

  • #32 - Enson Inoue

    #32 - Enson Inoue

    Enson Inoue is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner and a former UFC, Pride, Shooto and Vale Tudo Japan MMA fighter. On this episode Julius and Enson discuss his career and the charitable work he does for victims of the 2011 Fukushima Nuclear Disaster.

  • #31 - Ben Morrell

    #31 - Ben Morrell

    Ben Morrell is a hip-hop artist from Melbourne, Australia. He is also the Marketing Director of Felicity, a clothing brand that collaborates with domestic and international artists. On the podcast Julius and Ben discuss his upcoming album, amongst other things.

  • #30 - Julian Burnside

    #30 - Julian Burnside

    Julian Burnside AO QC is a barrister, a human rights and refugee advocate and an author. He practices principally in commercial litigation, trade practices and administrative law. He has been involved in some of Australia's most significant and seminal court cases. In 2009 he was made an Officer of the Order of Australia for "... service as a human rights advocate, particularly for refugees and asylum seekers, to the Arts as a patron and fundraiser, and to the law." On the podcast we discuss the potential extradition of Julian Assange and look at many of the issues surrounding the case.