COVID Communications Page
This page was created by the CommunicationsCommittee specifically to provide a resource for people isolated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Recognizing that many of us now have much more time on our hands than previously, we thought that some interesting clips that people have found on-line would be more widely appreciated if people would share them on this page. We have started a list here of things that you might find interesting. Because this is a wiki page, it can be interactive, and you (if you are logged in), can add things that you have found interesting to share with others.
The Longest Time in Corona-shutdown.
Corona! virus like you've never heard before
Lunch-time concerts from the University of Adelaide are well worth a listen.
Gilbert and Sullivan give the latest news on a Global Pathogen
How Control Theory can help control COVID-19 - an article from the Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
The Real News behind the modelling of COVID-19. (Warning: some mathematics understanding is needed to read this article.)
This will blow you away! He Is Alive! (you might need to click on this twice, or download it, to be able to hear it)
How the New Zealand Police get The Message across.
The Last Supper brought up to date
Prefer paintings to music? The National Gallery of Victoria has some thoughts (and paintings) for you.
Julie Andrews tells us how to cope with COVID-19: The Hills are Alive - with virus
The Shows Must Go On: Andrew Lloyd Weber musicals on weekends
The Arts Centre Melbourne - Together with You
- Fancy some travel and museums?
Fancy yourself as a bit on an artist - see My Melbourne Masterpiece for some fun.
Are you an opera lover? Check out https://tv.opera.org.au/ to stream opera favourites.
Do you enjoy Sudoku? If so take a look at this for a Sudoku starting with just two numbers. https://youtu.be/yKf9aUIxdb4