Tonight a 64 year old electrician, a 23 year old public servant and a young school teacher from remote Far North Queensland take centre stage on Strictly Speaking.
The series’ oldest competitor Bill Stuth, an electrician from NSW, took up public speaking 12 years ago for the thrill of it. A Vietnam veteran, Bill practices his speeches by talking to the microwave oven.
Toby Halligan, a 23 year old public servant from Victoria is a former school debating champion who combines humour with social issues.
Krystal Cathcart, 22, a school teacher from the remote Queensland town of Quilpie travelled
1500 kilometres to take part in series. Krystal took up public speaking at school to overcome shyness.
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