About Barry Eaton
Join Sher on A Deeper Journey with Barry Eaton, an astrologer, psychic and medium.
Barry has wide international experience in all areas of the media and entertainment industries. He is a well known radio and TV presenter, having spent many years with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and various commercial radio and TV stations. His profile embraces news and sports anchoring, lifestyle shows, current affairs, talk back radio and he produces hosts the internet radio program RadioOutThere.com now in its 11th year, enjoying a worldwide audience.
As a writer he has scripted and narrated many documentary films and corporate presentations and written numerous feature stories for magazines and newspapers on everything from astrology to travel.
His first book, Afterlife – Uncovering the Secrets of Life After Death, was published in 2011 by Allen and Unwin in Australia and New Zealand and now published in the US by Tarcher, an imprint of Penguin Books. It is now released in Hungary, The Czech Republic and Slovakia in the language of each country.
Barry is a qualified astrologer, psychic and medium and in 2012 did what he terms a “postgraduate course in mediumship,” at the world famous Arthur Findlay College in the UK. He was also given the 2012 Hall of Fame Award by the Australian Psychics Association.
Barry is also an accomplished speaker and has spoken about the afterlife at The Nexus Conference in 2012 and again in 2014. He helped produce Australia’s inaugural Afterlife Conference in Sydney in 2015, at which he was one of the speakers as well as the MC for the three day event.
In his mainstream career he co-hosted the spectacular ANZAC Military Tattoo at Sydney’s Superdome in 2006 and hosted The Tattoo Spectacular in Perth in 2007. Barry originally trained as an actor and has appeared in a number of films, stage productions, and TV shows.
As Head of the Faculty of Journalism at Macleay College in Sydney, Barry lectured in radio journalism and production from 1995-1999. He has also has wide corporate experience, running his own company, which embraced media consulting, video and audio production and special event marketing and publicity.
He is also in demand as a voice over artist/actor and has narrated a series of wildlife documentaries which are often seen on cable TV. Visitors to the Australian War Memori-al in Canberra will hear him narrating the video presentations in the Korea and Vietnam Gallery. Barry’s voice is also heard guiding motorists on a GPS navigation system for certain vehicles such as Jaguars, Land Rovers, etc.
To learn more about Barry Eaton, visit his website: http://barryeatonnogoodbyes.com/