Recorded on Tuesday 11 September in the Hallstrom Theatre as part of the Australian Museum's 2018 Lunchtime Conversation Series.

Dick Smith Lunchtime Lecture

Dick Smith speaking in the Hallstrom Theatre as part of the Lunchtime Lecture series, later joined by Kim McKay for Q&A.

Image: Nick Langley
© Australian Museum

Sydney born Dick Smith is an adventurer, businessman, entrepreneur, philanthropist, political activist and 1986 Australian of the Year. The founder of Dick Smith Electronics became a household name, launching Australian Geographic magazine in 1984 to sponsor adventure and inspire a love of nature. His own groundbreaking aviation feats include a solo helicopter flight around the world and to the North Pole, as well as a non-stop balloon trip across Australia.

Lunctime Lecture Series: Australians Shaping the Nation is a series of talks with six distinguished Australians who are shaping the nation across science, sport and the arts running from 21 August to 25 September 2018.