193 – MS and Stem Cells

193 – MS and Stem Cells

MS and Stem Cells refers to our guest, Ainsley Maconochie who has Multiple Sclerosis but who has also had HSCT stem cell treatment to halt the disease. And so far, two years on, it is working. Join us tonight to hear her story and get a glimpse into the world of...
192 – Tinder and the spark of love

192 – Tinder and the spark of love

Tinder and the spark of love engulf our cast tonight as we explore the challenge of finding love in 2017. Delilah is a young woman who is single and currently using Tinder to find a guy, while Natasha and Darryl have found each other using online dating app, Oasis....
190 – Show Within A Show

190 – Show Within A Show

Shakespeare made the Play Within A Play famous so we are developing that notion into the Show Within A Show. Tonight, WE are the guests of Amelia Veale of the Be The Drop podcast. Amelia wanted to interview us about YOU, our podcast community, and we wanted to...
181 – The Unbearable Challenge Of Ageing

181 – The Unbearable Challenge Of Ageing

We all get old but tonight we explore the unbearable challenge of ageing. We have gathered some knowledgeable guests to help share the wisdom of the ages and illuminate our path forward. We have Keith Sinkinson (Team Leader Community Liaison with the Public Trustee),...
174 – A Family Christmas

174 – A Family Christmas

Family by family. That is how communities are built and it’s also how they crumble. We have become so used to building and managing communities at scale, trusting in big business to create jobs and government to mop up when things go wrong, that we can feel...
157: Life and death in Adelaide

157: Life and death in Adelaide

It is our 3rd anniversary episode, as calculated by Nigel Dobson-Keeffe. When Steve had a major birthday milestone this year, he asked a handful of close friends to come for dinner and to bring a eulogy for him. They were recorded in secret and have been edited by...
155: The case for gender equity

155: The case for gender equity

What does gender equity mean to you? It should mean money. For example, if you work for or run an organisation, do you know what percentage of your leadership team needs to be female for you to boost your financial performance and improve employee productivity and...
144: Deconstructing sex in Adelaide

144: Deconstructing sex in Adelaide

Shakespeare said if music be the food of love, play on, but the truth is more likely to be that love is the food of music. As Leonard Cohen wrote, love’s the only engine of survival. And so here we are tonight to talk about love and in particular, love’s...
140: Uncloaking depression for Capril in Adelaide

140: Uncloaking depression for Capril in Adelaide

Tonight, we will send off the month of Capril by discussing how people live with depression, how people can die from depression and how we might all just go beyond the catchy taglines and actually take this illness seriously. Our guests are Alisson and Peter Marsland,...
139: Mount Gambier is noyce ployce: Stories from Caffe Belgiorno

139: Mount Gambier is noyce ployce: Stories from Caffe Belgiorno

So just how do you cook the perfect lasagna? Would you believe it involves BURNING it? These and many other gems and stories about life as Italian restaurateurs is what we have in store for you this week as Walter ‘Wally’ Gentile and Maria Gentile, sit...
138: Glenn Gale – From breakfast radio to the cancer shift

138: Glenn Gale – From breakfast radio to the cancer shift

UPDATE: On Thursday, July 14, 2016, Glenn Gale finally passed away after a gritty and committed fight with cancer. RIP Glenn Gale. Glenn Gale ruled the airwaves on 5MU for many, many years. Before that he was at 5KA and before that he was at most hit stations up and...
135: The Irish Side Of South Australia

135: The Irish Side Of South Australia

Somewhere over the rainbow is a leprechaun waiting with a big pot of gold. Or not. However, South Australia was like that proverbial pot of gold when it became a sought after destination for Irish people fleeing their homeland in the 1800s. Tonight on the show we have...

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