Bob & Jim Banting, great-nephews of Frederick Banting, share little-known stories about the man who discovered insulin 100 years ago.Read the show notes and find all the links discussed in the episodeGo straight to our podcast page to find all the episode show notes & relevant T1D links and resourcesReady to take the next step? Sign up for a free 60-minute life coaching consultJoin my free Facebook groupFor episode 100, we want to feature the voices of the community. Head to www.inspiredforward.com/submit to send us a 1-2 minute voice recording to include in the Unicorn Episode!Support the show (https://www.inspiredforward.com/kofi)
A few weeks ago we decided to find out, out of 32 individuals, who listeners thought should be on the new $5 bill. The overwhelming choice was Sir Frederick Banting, the co-discoverer of Insulin. Today, we are doing a special episode on Sir Frederick Banting, including speaking with the curator of his former home, a descendant of his, and listening to some vintage audio from the people who knew him. Hope you enjoy the new episode! E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Patreon: www.patreon.com/canadaehx Music by Kevin MacLeod
Canadian icon Sir Frederick Banting is most famously known for his discovery of medical insulin. As guest host Tom Van Dewark explains, however, there is much more to Banting's life - and death - than you might have noticed. Notice History is the official podcast of Know History, a historical research company based in Ottawa. Visit our website at knowhistory.ca/podcast, or follow us on Twitter and Instagram @NoticeHistory.