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* The Science Show: recent developments in the field of science, presented by Robyn Williams ( Saturdays 12: 10 – 13: 00, repeated Mondays 19: 10 – 20: 00, Tuesdays 4: 00 )
* Ockham's Razor: a weekly opinion piece presented by Robyn Williams ( Sundays 8: 45 )
* Transcript of Jeffrey Masson, editor of The Complete Letters of Sigmund Freud to Wilhelm Fliess, 1887-1904, telling Robyn Williams the story of Emma Eckstein's surgery on ABC Radio National ( second broadcast 3 June 2006 )
# Robyn Williams, science broadcaster
The first media coverage included articles in the Washington Times, Science, the Oakland Tribune and an interview of NCSE director Eugenie Scott by Australian science journalist and radio broadcaster Robyn Williams for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation ’ s radio show, " The Science Show ".
Robyn Williams
Robyn Williams was born in Buckinghamshire, England, and educated in Vienna and London.
* Robyn Williams, Full Biography
Notable guests on his TV show include Paul McCartney, Bill Clinton, Nicole Kidman, Desmond Tutu, Al Gore, Robbie Williams, Leonard Cohen, Liv Ullmann, Rihanna, Kofi Annan, Eddie Izzard, Robyn, Pelé, Tom Jones, Mads Mikkelsen, Mark Knopfler, John Cleese, Meat Loaf, Wyclef Jean, Terry Jones, Melody Gardot, Marianne Faithful, Vince Vaughn, and Shakira, among others.
* Transcript of interview with Australian broadcaster Robyn Williams
The original Freedom Riders were: Charles Perkins, Gary Williams, Aidan Foy, Alan Outhred, Alex Mills, Ann Curthoys, Barry Corr, Beth Hansen, Bob Gallagher, Brian Aarons, Chris Page, Colin Bradford, Darce Cassidy, David Pepper, Derek Molloy, Hall Greenland, Helen Gray, Jim Spigelman, John Butterworth, John Gowdie, John Powles, Judith Rich, Louise Higham, Machteld Hali, Norm Mackay, Paddy Dawson, Pat Healy, Ray Leppik, Rick Collins, Robyn Iredale, Sue Johnston, Sue Reeves, Warwick Richards and Wendy Golding.

Robyn and AM
The first female to hold the rank of rear admiral within the Royal Australian Navy was Rear Admiral Robyn Walker, AM, RAN as the Surgeon ‑ General for the Australian Defence Force who was appointed on 16 December 2011.
The Secretary of the department is Ms Robyn Kruk AM.

Robyn and born
Robin Miriam Carlsson ( born 12 June 1979 ), better known by her stage name Robyn, is a Swedish recording artist.
Thiessen was born in Long Beach, California, the daughter of Robyn Ernest, a homemaker, and Frank Thiessen, a park designer and landscape architect.
* Robyn Kenney ( born 1979 ), field hockey player.
On June 24, 1980, he was married again, to Robyn Smith ( born August 14, 1944 ), a jockey 45 years his junior, who rode for Alfred G. Vanderbilt II and was herself, on the cover of Sports Illustrated on July 31, 1972.
* Robyn Kenney ( born 1979 ), field hockey player.
* Robyn Kenney ( born 1979 ), field hockey player.
* Robyn Hitchcock ( born 1953 ), English singer / songwriter
* Robyn Lambley ( born 1965 ), politician
Robyn Regehr ( born April 19, 1980 ) is a Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman for the Buffalo Sabres of the National Hockey League ( NHL ).
Rand Miller ( born January 17, 1959 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U. S .) co-founded Cyan ( now Cyan Worlds ) with brother Robyn Miller and became famous from the unexpected success of their computer game Myst, which remained the number one-selling game for the remainder of the 1990s.
Ryan Miller ( born 1974 in Albuquerque, New Mexico ) is a writer who worked as a design director for the computer game company Cyan Worlds, founded by his brothers Rand and Robyn Miller.
He and his wife Jessi have six children, Bekette Joseph born May 21, 1999, Kayla Robyn born October 2, 2001, and Shayne Kelly born December 12, 2004, Haylee Jessica born September 30, 2006, and twins born about 2 months ahead of time on October 6, 2009.
Robyn Rowan Hitchcock ( born 3 March 1953 ) is an English singer-songwriter and guitarist.
Robyn Hitchcock was born 3 March 1953 in London, England to novelist Raymond Hitchcock ( writer of Percy ), and educated at Winchester College.
* Robyn Woodhouse ( born 1943 ), Australian high jumper
Rachel Lindsay Rene Bush and Sidney Robyn Danae Bush ( born May 25, 1970 in Hollywood, California )-former child actresses.
* Robyn Ochs ( born 1958 ), bisexual and marriage equality activist
Robyn Charles Miller ( born August 6, 1966, in Dallas, Texas ) co-founded Cyan Worlds ( originally Cyan ) with brother Rand Miller.
* Robyn Blackman ( born 1959 ), New Zealander field hockey player, Olympian

Robyn and England
A difficulty with any such historical search is that " Robert " was in medieval England a very common given name, and " Robin " ( or Robyn ), especially in the 13th century, was its very common diminutive.
The band formed in 1976 in Cambridge, England as Dennis and the Experts comprising Robyn Hitchcock ( guitar ), Rob Lamb-half brother of Charlie Gillett-( guitar ), Andy Metcalfe ( bass ), and Morris Windsor ( drums ).

Robyn and is
Robyn is featured on Norway's premier electronic outfit Röyksopp's 2009 album Junior with the song " The Girl and the Robot ".
The track listing was confirmed, including: " Don ’ t Fucking Tell Me What to Do " which is written by Robyn and Klas Åhlund, " None of Them " with Röyksopp, " Dance Hall Queen " with Diplo, " Fembot " and " Dancing on My Own ", written by Robyn and Patrik Berger.
In May Robyn said in an interview with Stereogum, " I think this splitting a full album up into different releases is, in a way, how people listen to music as well.
Robyn is supporting Coldplay in their 2012 tour.
As of December 2011, Robyn is single.
The first printed version is A Gest of Robyn Hode ( c. 1475 ), a collection of separate stories which attempts to unite the episodes into a single continuous narrative.
For example, the plot of Robin Hood's Death, found in the Percy Folio, is summarised in the 15th-century A Gest of Robyn Hode, and it also appears in an 18th-century version.
* 2010: Robert the Bruce is the main protagonist in English novelist Robyn Young's Insurrection trilogy, starting the novel Insurrection.
Now she is Professor Robyn Penrose, Head of Communications and Cultural Studies at Walsall University, and gives a lecture on " Interrogating the Subject ".
Fresh from the academy, Robyn " Toybox " Slinger is headed for her first day on the job at Precinct 10, home of Neopolis ' finest.
A few months after the events of the Hell Ditch Pilgrim case, Hyperdog is Traynor's replacement as Captain of Precinct 10, Robyn Slinger is no longer Toybox, and the fascist Mayor Famaille and Major Cindercott are out of power, casualties of the reality warping by Andy Soames, who now peacefully overlooks Top 10 as they once again celebrate survival and hopeful perseverance in a crazy and confusing beautiful world.
General Manager Robyn Anderson is also the town's mayor.
Grand Rapids is the hometown of Robyn Hancock, the 1996 Miss Ohio who represented Ohio in the Miss America contest.
The film is based on a novel of the same name by Raymond Hitchcock ( father of musician Robyn Hitchcock ), and is today remembered for its soundtrack by The Kinks.
In Nice Work, Philip Swallow is still head of the English Department from Small World and thus is Robyn Penrose's boss.
" The Miller's Tale " () is the second of Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales ( 1380s-1390s ), told by the drunken miller Robyn to " quite " ( requite ) " The Knight's Tale ".
Though at first very hesitant to become friendly with his new partner, Robyn Slinger, he eventually begins to bond with her, even feeling a great need to protect her when she is attacked by Commissioner Ultima and buried under precinct station rubble.
Rexa, eventually comes to live with Smax and the details of their unique relationship is only known to Robyn, who keeps it secret.
In 2008 Robyn Meredith of Forbes stated that the complex was " as shabby as ( Jet Airways CEO Nares ) Goyal's home is posh " and that the complex was " In need of a fresh coat of paint ".

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