Welcome to Bees Business

Some of the interviews or articles that I have been involved in.

Bee Aware Symposium

This is an edited video of the Bee Aware Symposium in Windows Media Player format and MP4 format for Mac computers. The WMV version is a very large file (1.4Gb), while the MP4 is smaller (but still large) at just under 500Mb. The files are held in Dropbox which will allow a short clip from it to be played within Dropbox. To see the whole video it must be downloaded using the options available on the screen that opens when the link below is clicked.

A WMV version of the edited video of the Symposium
An MP4 version of the edited video of the symposium

Copyright Megan Halcroft.
For information on using the video for other than private viewing please Email me.

This was the program from the symposium to give you an idea of what the sections of the video are.
program

Newspapers Articles

ABC Rural posted this report on the gathering of Australian Bee Researchers in Orange during May 2016.

The District Reporter article for the seminar at Wollondilly council on May 24th 2014.

The Illawarra Mercury article for the Shellharbour workshop in April 2014.

The Hawkesbury Gazette with an article on ground dwelling bees in a front yard in Richmond NSW.


Interviews

YouTube
Bee Aware of your Native Bees, a video by UWS TV on the Bee Aware project.
ABC Central West article on 15 October 2015
ABC Central West article for Pollinator Week on 15 October 2015

Radio

Megan on Simon Marnie, ABC Local 702, 19 April 2014.
This is the mp3 file if you would like to listen offline."
Once again with Simon Marnie and Angus Stewart on 7 November 2015 to talk about Pollinator Week.
This is the mp3 file if you would like to listen offline."
Tim Brunero from ABC Central West interviewed Megan in relation to a Local Land Services Workshop in Orange NSW, aired 09 Nov 2015.
This is the mp3 file if you would like to listen offline."
Vincent ODonnell from Arts Alive, syndicated on 2RRR interviewed Megan in relation to the environmental art workshop and native bee seminar to be held in Wollondilly with Celeste Coucke and Ana Pollak.

This workshop was rescheduled and will now take place on the 21st of May 2016. Megan's interview starts at 7min 27 into the show .
Justin Huntsdale interviewed Celeste in this ABC article about the seminar.

This is the mp3 file if you would like to listen offline."

Do you realise how much you rely on Bees?

ABC Local Radio via Soundcloud

Other web Based media events.

Envirotube

Peter Clarke of Wild Things presents a range of videos.

An introduction to native bees.
Part 2 of the series.
Part 3 of the series.

Periscope

A periscope broadcast by Costa Georgiadis from the Willoughby Fauna Fair on the 20th of March 2016.

These files are fairly large (up to 240mb depending on your platform) so only watch or download if you have data to spare and a reasonable connection speed.

An MP4 version
A WMV version

These videos are hosted on Dropbox in the same way as the Bee Symposium videos at the top of this page. Please refer to the notes there for viewing if you are having any trouble.

Other Video Forums

Last April, I was invited to take part in a discussion about bees, honey and their importance in our society and culture. The discussion was held at The Baitul Huda Mosque, in Sydney and filmed by members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.

The film has been made available to me to help promote Pollinator Week. This is not the final version and it is hoped that the next version (which is still awaiting approval from the UK head office) will include some of the beautiful images Laurence Sanders and Bees Business have shared with the film makers.

But in the meantime, this is the link to the film. We speak about the importance of bees in our cultures and our futures. I hope you find it educational and I thank the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community for giving me the opportunity to share my passion with them and with you.

The download is about 115MB.


Media Releases

Fairfield City Council media release for seminar on 31 May 2014.


You will need Adobe reader to view Adobe pdf files.
(a largish download!)

Click to download adobe reader (35mb)