Cane toads, soaring temperatures and a giant crocodile -- one Star Wars fan is braving it all on a 15,000-kilometre hike around Australia in full Imperial Sandtrooper armour, all to give his local children's hospital a new hope.
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On today's show, we celebrate the Philae probe's landing on comet 67P, tell you about the Stormtrooper hiking across Australia for charity and interview TableTop's producer Boyan Radakovich about the show's third season.
Inspired by his own experiences with dyslexia, Dutch designer Christian Boer developed a font to make reading easier.
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Scott Loxley is an Australian man with a mission: he's walking the borders of his home continent, hoping to raise AU$100,000 for a Melbourne children's hospital, all while wearing a stormtrooper costume. Lord Vader might not be impressed by Loxley's huge heart, but we sure are.