Reflections: Tony Fenelon OAM
Tony Fenelon OAM, excelled in two diverse careers concurrently. Head of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, he was a joint designer of Australia’s first implantable cardiac pacemaker. He was also a master of the keyboard; the piano, organ and theatre organ, in 1965 becoming resident theatre organist at the Regent Theatre.
Hear him in conversation with Loretto Perkins on Reflections at 4pm Sunday 10 October, repeated 3pm Friday 15 October.
(Originally broadcast 29 July 2018)