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Chew:
CPA Australia's giant leap - Neil Armstrong agrees to interview with... accountant?


--- Quote --- IT took him 30 years to agree to a television interview.

And since then, you could count his meaningful appearances on half a hand.

The people who scored the interview say it's possible he'll never be interviewed again.

So how did an Australian company get to shoot the breeze in a 40-minute one-on-one with one of the most in-demand, yet seldom heard heroes of modern history, Neil Armstrong?

And not just any company - accounting body CPA Australia.

The first in the four-part series - Space Race - went to air online today at The Bottom Line, hosted by evoTV.

It's introduced by CPA Australia CEO Alex Malley, who explains that "he knew something that a lot of people didn't know about Neil Armstrong".

"His dad was an auditor."
--- End quote ---

Link to the interview at the link.

Laurel:
Technically, it didn't take him 30 years to agree to a television interview; he was interviewed by Patrick Moore on the BBC in 1970.

Rob260259:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCfd18hR6Lo&list=FLSs_Hzmun9zW7YySHDh-dBQ&index=92&feature=plpp_video

and

http://www.servustv.com/cs/Satellite/Article/Talk-im-Hangar-7-011259289505540

Enjoy!

Rob260259:
Sorry, forgot this one on my own channel:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEdtO6U3StU&feature=related

Chew:
Parts 2 and 3 are up. Part 4 will be available 22 May.

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