Sarah and Duck

I came across this today, in an oddly fortuitous set of circumstances – Sarah & Duck is one of Hannah’s (ok fine, and mine) favourite shows and I was looking up pictures for her. One happened to come from this article:

http://www.awesomedepartment.com/blog/innovation-with-sarah-and-duck/

Say what you like about children’s TV allegories, the guy makes some excellent points. And given higher education is often rather like an empty packet of sweets and a ball that won’t bounce, fairly relevant.

If you don’t have kids and/or a penchant for cartoons and have never seen it, hit up iView for some Friday afternoon viewing.

http://iview.abc.net.au/programs/sarah-and-duck/

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3 Comments

Sarah Thorneycroft (@sthcrft) · November 20, 2015 at 1:51 am

Fortuitous intersection of Hannah’s favourite show and my research area https://t.co/7DSEktfa6x

Ryan Tracey · January 4, 2016 at 12:26 am

Thanks for sharing that, Sarah. I’d never heard of Sarah & Duck before.

Btw, is the link to the article correct?

    Sarah · January 4, 2016 at 2:14 am

    No it wasn’t – thanks for picking that up :). Should be fixed now.

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