225 – Ecotourism over Yondah

225 – Ecotourism over Yondah

At the bottom of Yorke Peninsula, there is ecotourism over Yondah, thanks to Michele and Nick who run Yondah Beach House which just won them entry into the South Australian tourism Hall Of Fame. We will learn more about their ventures (including their new property),...
220 – Vic Gostin on time, rocks, and space

220 – Vic Gostin on time, rocks, and space

This week, we chat with Associate Professor Vic Gostin on time, rocks, and space. Victor is from the University of Adelaide’s Earth Sciences department and is our first guest to have an asteroid named after them, Asteroid 3640 Gostin 1985 TR3. This week, the SA...
219 – Arkaroola Rocks

219 – Arkaroola Rocks

This week, we sit “among” the Arkaroola rocks with Doug and Mark Sprigg, the father and son of the family that runs the Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary, where Steve spent a week, early in October. He also interviewed Professor Flint while on site and these...
213 – Royal Adelaide Wine Show Masterclass

213 – Royal Adelaide Wine Show Masterclass

South Australia is Australia’s home of wine so it is little wonder that the Royal Adelaide Wine Show bestows the most prestigious award each year, The Max Schubert Trophy, and it is also why we jumped at the chance to record this Royal Adelaide Wine Show...
209 – The Adelaide Show At The Royal Adelaide Show

209 – The Adelaide Show At The Royal Adelaide Show

It’s showtime again so The Adelaide Show Podcast went to spend time with The Royal Adelaide Show team to dig into more stories of the past and get insights into what’s new this year. We do this with Michelle Hocking, general manager of the Royal Adelaide...
196 – Bush Mechanics In Our Backyard

196 – Bush Mechanics In Our Backyard

This week, Steve and Nigel get into gear with the Bush Mechanics exhibition at the National Motor Museum, Birdwood. Senior Curator for the National Motor Museum, Mick Bolognese gives us a tour of the exhibits, the themes, the stories, and the culture, while the...
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...
179 – Richard’s Riverland Part One

179 – Richard’s Riverland Part One

Steve and Nigel spent the weekend at Renmark to produce Richard’s Riverland Part One. In this episode, you get to meet Graham Buller and Erica Babbage from 23rd Street Distillery, Jim Roberts from Canoe The Riverland and Richard Fewster from Ruston’s...
178 – Peddle Power and Pedal Power

178 – Peddle Power and Pedal Power

In South Australia, this month, you can choose peddle power or pedal power, depending on your needs and desires. Our main guest and co-host is Joy White from Homestead Lovers in Mannum. She espouses great peddle power in being able to create interest and desire for...
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...
164: Bay To Birdwood and Beyond

164: Bay To Birdwood and Beyond

The Bay To Birdwood and Beyond is a fitting title for a show all about the motor car and our roads. The motor car is one of those things many of us have a love/hate relationship with. There are times we love their convenience and power and the freedom they symbolise....
159: Game Obsession Mannum

159: Game Obsession Mannum

Pokemon GO has dominated the collective imagination for three months now, rekindling memories of youth for children of the 90s and reawakening the spirit of playtime for other generations. Some have argued Pokemon GO fascination borders on obsession with a suggestion...

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