Charles Martin was an Englishman who made a lasting impact on Australian science in the first half of the twentieth century. This illustrated book describes his life and various breakthroughs, as head of the Lister institute, in the allied forces in WW2, and on myxomatosis with the CSIRO. He brought modern experimental science to Australia.
This memoir from one of the most respected figures in the history of the Australian music industry has been acclaimed by the movers and shakers who knew the popular author – Nick Hampton.
An up close and personal account of life as a professional trackrider, working with racehorses in Australia and internationally, and working with legendary trainer Bart Cummings through the tough days and the Melbourne Cup glory days.