Tonight, we enter the most inner sanctum of South Australian society with a personal tour of the Adelaide Oval turf and groundskeeping world.
Turf Manager, David Egan, lets us in on the secrets about turf choice and maintenance to get the best out of the ground for football, cricket and, of course, the imminent World Cup.
A special Adelaide Visa Council focussing on comedian Greg Fleet. Will Greg get his rejected Visa status revoked?
Wine is stunning from the Adelaide Hills and YOU can win one. Details below.
Lamington questions raised since last week will be answered by the high priestess of lamingtons, Sharon from Kytons Bakery.
Music from a local duo who had only finished year 12 this time last year.
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|00:00:00||Outtake||Imagine the spike|
|00:00:30||Theme||Theme and introduction. Our original theme song in full is here, Adelaidey-hoo.|
General introduction and chatter.
Charlie’s Dead Reds night, Friday, February 13, 2015.
|00:16:15||South Australian Drink Of The Week||
Catlin Wines 2013 Single Vineyard Shiraz, Adelaide Hills . Tasting notes.
This wine has been made possible by The Arkaba Hotel and its Enomatic System which lets you have your wine by the glass EXACTLY as the winemaker intended and even lets you buy a sneaky shot of a super premium wine without paying for the whole bottle. Tasting notes.
Here’s how to win your own bottle of this great drop from Catlin Wines this week.
Firstly, make sure you are a member of our In Crowd mailing list. If not, join on the In Crowd page.
Secondly, just write Shiraz on our Facebook Page OR tweet @boringadelaide with Shiraz in the tweet OR email us at firstname.lastname@example.org using the term Shiraz in the subject or body BEFORE 11:59pm, Sunday, February 8, 2015.
|00:22:00||Made To Move Minute||
Max Martin and/or Dr Nathan Harten from iNform Health and Fitness Solutions, Norwood, present a thoughtful minute for pondering more ways and reasons to get moving and improve your health.
This week: Don’t burn the candle at both ends! Lofty exercise goals can wear you down too!
|00:24:14||Interview: David Egan
||Turf Manager, Adelaide Oval.|
|00:40:19||Is It News?||Nigel does his best to present three headlines (one real one and two he’s made up) from a South Australian publication – old or new – and the team has to guess which is the authentic news story.|
Jimmy Harrington. Pride Of Australia award winner.
Follow up note about Noel O’Connor who was the voice for Fat Cat putting children to bed.
|00:52:31||Time To Think||Reflections about our society by self-confessed policy wonk and public transport user, George Inglis.|
|00:54:54||Adelaide Visa Council||
|01:08:55||Musical Pilgrimage||And our song this week, Snowflakes by Serendipity, suggested by Adrian Miller from the Radio Adelaide Monday night music program, Songcatcher.|
|01:15:51||Thought For The Week
There has been a lot of talk about how silly and dangerous the anti-vaccination movement is, which sets us up perfectly for this week’s topic.
The team from Sunday Assembly Adelaide share a thought or reflection each week to help us wonder more.
The Wonder Of Medicine, Jordie Bell
|01:21:38||Outtakes||There’s a little bit of Colin in us all|
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