Fun radio interview with Australian Thinker of the Year 2007, Professor Jenny Graves:
COMPERE: Do you hum a lot?
PROFESSOR JENNY GRAVES: Yes, I do.
COMPERE: Do you really?
PROFESSOR JENNY GRAVES: Has that got something to do with thinking?
COMPERE: I think so, yeah. What kind of humming do you do?
PROFESSOR JENNY GRAVES: Well, I am a singer so, you know, I have music in my head the whole time. And sometimes it comes out my mouth and sometimes it doesnâ€™t, but itâ€™s alway there.
COMPERE: Give us an example.
PROFESSOR JENNY GRAVES: [Laughs]
COMPERE: Hey Iâ€™ll pose a question to you seeing you are the Australian Thinker of the Year. Which is the other side of the road?
PROFESSOR JENNY GRAVES: The other side of the road, I am looking at it right now.
COMPERE: [Laughs] Is the grass always greener on the other side, Jen?
PROFESSOR JENNY GRAVES: Yes, I think so. Every horse knows that the grass is greener on the other side of the fence.
COMPERE: Ah, well, done. And now youâ€™ll be going around Australia and everywhere you go now people would say, what do you think about this, Jen? And if you donâ€™t have an answer youâ€™ll be in strife.
PROFESSOR JENNY GRAVES: Iâ€™ll have to think of an answer, wonâ€™t I?
COMPERE: You will indeed. Congratulations.