194 – Media and Mental Health with Mark Aiston

194 – Media and Mental Health with Mark Aiston

Mark Aiston is a famous sports presenter on TV and radio and tonight we discuss media and mental health with Mark Aiston because he is about to launch a radio show/podcast call The Mental Health Show. There is much in Mark’s past that led to him being in a...
184 – The Adelaide Podcast Festival Part 1

184 – The Adelaide Podcast Festival Part 1

Welcome to the first of two live versions of The Adelaide Show Podcast, as part of the Adelaide Podcast Festival. This is NOT our usual format but that will return in episode 186. Special thanks to Rumpus Room Studio for some great photos of the night. Tonight, our...
172 – Fritz and Sauciness

172 – Fritz and Sauciness

They don’t have fritz in Sydney, went the old Bank SA ad many years ago. Yes, our humble sausage mix is indeed, South Australian, and therefore has become the most fitting name for a new, SA magazine that has all the offcuts of life in this state mixed and...
168: Radio 5MU Style

168: Radio 5MU Style

This week, we go back to where the Adelaide Show really began, with Steve’s introduction to radio in Murray Bridge in the 1980s; a story we’ll call Radio 5MU Style. It was a fateful Sunday morning in 1985 when I headed off to Murray Bridge for a 10am job...
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...
137: InDaily – Adelaide news provocateurs

137: InDaily – Adelaide news provocateurs

News should be about what’s important, about what ‘sticks’, so says David Washington, editor of InDaily Adelaide news provocateurs and our guest this week on The Adelaide Show podcast. After last week’s Digital Futures event in Adelaide, put on...
125 – Laura Dare on delving into life

125 – Laura Dare on delving into life

Ever wondered what goes on in the mind of a journalist? Tonight, former journalist, Laura Dare takes us into her world of working for the Northern Messenger, especially in the Salisbury area. Ever wondered how South Australia gets so many travel stories written about...
121 – Aspire Magazine vs The Adelaide Visa Council

121 – Aspire Magazine vs The Adelaide Visa Council

A few weeks ago, we revoked the Adelaide Visa of Aspire Magazine. We did it because they ran some social media saying, #Adelaide’s so boring, nothing ever happens! Right? WRONG! See why here // bit.ly/1HW1owC #SouthAustralia pic.twitter.com/JrvghM8wLX Well, they took...
120 – Let’s cross to Melanie Usher

120 – Let’s cross to Melanie Usher

Melanie Usher, aka Melanie Engelmann, is a name known to many radio listeners in Adelaide. But she also has a following as the queen of pop culture in Adelaide. Tonight, she stays at home while Taylor Swift plays the ‘Ent Ad’, to be on The Adelaide Show....
119 – Fat Cat After Dark

119 – Fat Cat After Dark

Good evening, girls and boys, Fat Cat is joining us on this week’s Adelaide Show in the form of Ralf Hadzic, the man who WAS Fat Cat for five years and now helps escort ‘fat cats’ (well, celebrities and people wanting to live like celebrities) around...
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...
107 – Lainie Anderson: View from the hills

107 – Lainie Anderson: View from the hills

Every Sunday, Lainie Anderson ‘has her say’ in the Sunday Mail. This week we go behind the scenes to find out what makes a columnist tick. And we get a glimpse into her love for the Adelaide Hills. Max Martin heads to the hills for the Made To Move Minute....

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