195 – Pulling the Social Revolution Leaver

195 – Pulling the Social Revolution Leaver

We are pulling the social revolution leaver tonight because Adelaide artist, Nick Leaver, has an exhibition at Hughes Gallery, Fullarton, at the moment, entitled, Social Revolution. It is a body of thought-provoking work about society and social media, partly inspired...
187 – Thriller Romance Brooke Sivendra Style

187 – Thriller Romance Brooke Sivendra Style

When standard romance and standard thrillers fail to get your heart racing, the obvious solution is to combine them and try thriller romance Brooke Sivendra style. That’s just what Adelaide author, Brooke Sivendra, does with her novels. Brooke’s leading...
180 – Richard’s Riverland Part Two

180 – Richard’s Riverland Part Two

Steve and Nigel spent the weekend before last at Renmark to produce Richard’s Riverland Part Two. In this episode, you get to meet Eric Semmler from 919 Wines, goat musterer and yabby catcher, Paul Hansen, equine artist, Yvette Frahn, some brave speed dinghy...
167: Streaming Adelaide theatre to the globe

167: Streaming Adelaide theatre to the globe

This week, we are streaming Adelaide theatre to the world from YOU WANNA BIT OF THIS NOW, Michael Allen Productions’ live streaming theatre project in Blackwood. All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and...
160: Adelaide photography masterclass

160: Adelaide photography masterclass

Tonight’s episode is like an Adelaide photography masterclass. Close your eyes and imagine a documentary about a rock star. Imagine the way they pan across still photos while the narrator shares stories about the artist. When I do this exercise, I think of Janis...
154: Adelaide Guitar Festival Junior

154: Adelaide Guitar Festival Junior

The Adelaide Guitar Festival is the largest of its kind in Australia and it runs next weekend, August 11 to 14. The Festival will celebrate the high art of classical guitar to the kneeslapping delights of bluegrass, stopping at every fret and note in between. Sarah...
148 – The Hounded Author Simon Butters

148 – The Hounded Author Simon Butters

Adelaide author and screenwriter, Simon Butters, has a book being launched this Saturday at Carclew. It is called The Hounded. it is about a 15 year old boy, Monty, who is ignored by his parents, bullied at school, and with a brain that’s prone to going walkabout...
145: Things I know to be true about Adelaide

145: Things I know to be true about Adelaide

Things I know to be true about this week’s show is that Georgia Adamason is an Adelaide gal who’s travelled the world plying her stagecraft and a year after winning a Sydney Theatre Award, she is back in South Australia performing in the State Theatre...
136: Restyling the Adelaide Fringe

136: Restyling the Adelaide Fringe

Goodbye, Mad March, I knew him, Horatio. Another year, another Adelaide Fringe has passed us by. But this time, instead of fanfare and much backslapping about ticket sales and success, we had a strong undercurrent of discontent from some of the more...
114 – The Adelaide Publicist

114 – The Adelaide Publicist

Overture, light the lights, this week’s podcast takes you behind the curtain of Adelaide’s theatre world with publicist extraordinaire, Neil Ward. Since the 80s, Neil has been involved in publicity for theatre, opera and film, first with the Festival...
111 – Romance South Australian Style

111 – Romance South Australian Style

This week we host the Romance Writers’ Round Table with Bronwyn Stuart, Trish Morey and Victoria Purman. We gathered around a candlelit table next to a crackling fireplace as we overlooked an Adelaide sunset in the warmth of The Scenic Hotel at Norton Summit....
105 – Arty Farty Adelaide

105 – Arty Farty Adelaide

Adelaide has a solid arts scene. Our guests tonight have cut their teeth here and now produce theatre that impresses the world. Andy Packer from Slingsby and Chris Drummond from Brink Productions take us through a story of sweat and tears to facepaint and spotlights...

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