Magnets is Beards
An Australian astrophysicist and research fellow at a Melbourne university injured himself by attempting to invent a device that stops the coronavirus outbreak. Anthony and Jeff discuss the perils and pluck of attempting to help, even outside your own area of expertise. And people living by the East Yorkshire coast were warned about hungry seagulls left wanting by lack of visitors with the country on lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak. Jeff and Anthony examine the impact of social distancing on animals, and keep their watchful eye on the vicious pranking pranksters of the sky… birds. They end the show with a story from Anthony about finding hope and connection in the least likely of circumstances.
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Today’s stories were sent in by Steve Heap https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2020/mar/30/astrophysicist-gets-magnets-stuck-up-nose-while-inventing-coronavirus-device and Adam Brooke https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/news/hull-east-yorkshire-news/council-warning-seagulls-aggressive-lockdown-4003307
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