Sister Vivian Bullwinkel, the Banka Island Massacre survivor. An Iconic Australian.
Michael Long - A great footballer, a great man, and a great leader for his people.
Sir Edward ('Weary') Dunlop. The greatest Australian. I get angry when I realise how few younger Australians have ever heard of him.
Saul of Tarsus, Paul the Apostle. "Acts" is my favourite book of the Bible by far.
Sir John Monash. The man who won the First World War.
Justice Michael Kirby, the great dissenter. A man of impeccable integrity and extraordinary intelligence.
The late, great legal philosopher, Professor Ronald Dworkin. Quite simplest the world's greatest legal mind of the 20th century. Having once received an email from him, is one of my greatest thrills.
Branch Rickey, with Jackie Robinson. Robinson was an amazing man, but Branch Rickey was a morally courageous genius.
Sir Roden Cutler, VC
The late Professor Eilis Magner. Teacher. Beautiful, generous, loving soul and a boisterous laugh that bounced and echoed off the walls. She taught me Evidence, the subject I now teach. But i will never teach it as well as she did.
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Victor Peter Chang,AC (born Chang Yam Him; 21 November 1936 – 4 July 1991),was a Chinese-born Australian cardiac surgeon and a pioneer of modern heart transplantation.
Steve Backshall - good with animals
Kerry O'Brien - journalist
Jeremy Wade, British Biologist, extreme angler, writer
Bob Brown, eco warrior, servant of the earth and its creatures, inspirational leader of the Australian Green Party.
"all is bright crafts" dolls
Clive James - journalist and writer (Pembroke College)
Joss Whedon (i love how his eyes crinkle when he smiles!)