Welcome to the inaugural season of Between Two Unicorns, the Official Podcast of the Melbourne High School Old Boys’ Association.
We’re delighted to give Members, past and present students, parents and teachers an opportunity to learn from remarkable Old Boys. Through our first season of five candid interviews, you can share each gentleman’s unique journey. You’ll hear fond memories of MHS, lessons that have endured since school days, accounts of professional endeavours and sage words of wisdom.
Produced and hosted by Adam Ashton (Class of 2010), a new podcast will be released each week. We appreciate Adam approaching us to undertake this initiative and thank him for his time in bringing the series to life. We trust this will act as a widely accessible archive of conversations, and contribute to the rich history of MHS and future generations.
Podcast 2. John Tasioulas (Class of 1982): Professor of Politics, Philosophy and Law at King’s College London.
CLICK HERE to meet John and listen to the Podcast.
Podcast 3. Ashton Pereira (Class of 2010): Founder & Partner “Bath Box.”
CLICK HERE to meet Ashton and listen to the Podcast.
Podcast 4. Charles Macek (Class of 1964): Director of two ASX companies and Chairman, Earthwatch Institute
CLICK HERE to meet Charles and listen to the Podcast.
Podcast 5. Benjamin Wilson (Class of 2010): Internet Entrepreneur and Australian Survivor Champions V Contenders
CLICK HERE to meet Benjamin and listen to the Podcast.
Podcast 6. Wayne Chow (Class of 1994): Dentist following an unconventional career path
CLICK HERE to meet Wayne and listen to the Podcast.
This is the last of our inaugural six-episode podcast series. We trust you’ve enjoyed “Between Two Unicorns” and look forward to bringing you Series 2. soon. Our sincere thanks again to each Old Boy for their time, candor and willingness to be interviewed, and to producer Adam Ashton for bringing the series to life.
Honour The Work.
President, MHSOBA Inc.
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