InDaily is a media outlet that appears to seek out stories from wherever they might come, whether they are from celebrities, academics, politicians, or even ‘social media’ sources such as podcasts. While our podcast has been cited many times, so, too, has Rooster Radio, hosted by Andrew Montesi and James Begley. These ‘lads’ take a laid back approach to interviewing people from business, sport and socialite circles, and they join us tonight to help us understand why they decided to peck around the edges of mass media with their own offering.

We discuss

  • Business
  • Footy
  • Planning
  • Flying
  • Sleep hygiene
  • How much footy players get paid
  • The Carolyn Wilson and Eddie Maguire incident
  • Taking risk in life

Also appearing with the Rooster Radio guys

We have an update on Queen Adelaide post Brexit

A mass hearing in the Adelaide Visa Council.

In the musical pilgrimage, we put the spotlight on The Golden Touch by Ghyti

The SA Drink Of The Week is from Vinteloper.

In IS IT NEWS, Nigel tests Steve and the boys on footy.

Show notes running sheet by timecode

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TIME SEGMENT
00:00:00 Outtake
Andrew brings up his West Adelaide days
00:01:09
Theme
Theme and introduction. Our original theme song in full is here, Adelaidey-hoo.
00:00:00
Talk Of The Town

David is on extended leave and will return later in 2016.

David Washington, editor of In Daily, gives us a midweek wrap of the news we’ve been talking about in South Australia this week.

00:03:18 SA Drink Of The Week
Vinteloper 2014 Shiraz … tasting notes
00:10:45 Items Without Notice

Janis Hill, author, sent us a message after last week’s chat with Simon Butters:

This episode has inspired me to go look up the deadline to the 2017 unpublished manuscript competition and set myself some goals! That is… once I stop procrastinating. 😉 I might make it 2018… just to have wiggle room for my other projects. Thanks guys!

00:00:00 Made To Move Minute

Max Martin 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: Max is on leave

00:13:39 Andrew Montesi and James Begley

InDaily is a media outlet that appears to seek out stories from wherever they might come, whether they are from celebrities, academics, politicians, or even ‘social media’ sources such as podcasts. While our podcast has been cited many times, so, too, has Rooster Radio, hosted by Andrew Montesi and James Begley. These ‘lads’ take a laid back approach to interviewing people from business, sport and socialite circles, with a skew towards growth hacks and entrepreneurship, and they join us tonight to help us understand why they decided to peck around the edges of mass media with their own offering.

We mention TalkLife and PickStar.

01:36:30 Is It News?
The news history quiz with Nigel Dobson-Keeffe. Read the stories. They get published each Sunday.
01:48:41 Adelaide Visa Council

Jim Manning shared a picture (see bottom of page) of Adelaide without traffic and posted this caption on Facebook: The thriving Metropolis of Adelaide – King William Street at 10:40 on a Monday Morning. Try that same time Sydney or Melbourne main thoroughfares.

Jim also submitted this as his defense: My photo simply shows that either Tom got it so right when he created Lilibet Town or Martin and his crew have scared everyone out of town

AFTER DISCUSSION, JIM MANNING HAD HIS VISA REVOKED.

Cath Della All busily working
Scott Everett yeh because it isn’t raining or anything (Jim Manning Back when I was a young bank teller – the streets were packed rain hail or shine)
Stephen Davis Love this city. Love the positive people in it. I was busy being productive at 10.40am so I am guessing others were too.
Cecilia Schubert So many negative remarks. Come on its raining and there’s a break in the traffic. Try your parking costs in Sydney or Brisbane. They are a whole lot more over there. You can blame politicians for the massive job losses here in the State but don’t blame the people who live here.
Jodie Chandler I so love living in lil ol Radelaide 🙂
Mary Carpenter That’s why I love Adelaide <3

ALL COMMENTERS ABOVE WERE GRANTED VISAS

Fraanie Grigg Held up at roadworks, or shopping at centres with free parking, or waiting on trains that don’t run.
Graeden Horsell Like me, a lot of people avoid the city these days. Not car friendly. So I don’t need to go there when I can do everything at a suburban shopping centre where I can easily park.
Kevin Davis Adelaide is fast becoming irrelevant. It’s a ghost town albeit a very attractive ghost town. You can blame those idiots on Nth Terrace for that. Ageing population- no jobs – cost of living going through the roof. What a bloody future we face.
Justin Wearne Just the sound of a solitary banjo player…”y’oll come back now.”
Monique Kleine ACC parking inspectors ruthlessness turn a lot of people away from coming back to our work
Mal Kiely Ghost town! :O
Glen Long I noticed that when I was there recently. Brisbane is a Traffic nightmare now also.
Steve George Land of churches and rigormortis 😜

ALL COMMENTERS ABOVE HAD THEIR VISAS REVOKED.

There was one passage worth noting:

Ralph D’Onise Love that it’s not Sydney or Melbourne
Jim Manning Hooray – at last – you said it!

RALPH AND JIM HAD THEIR VISAS REVOKED.

Listen to the episode to get the rulings in detail.

02:02:50 Musical Pilgrimage
And our song this week is The Golden Touch by Ghyti, selected by our musical curator Dan Drummond, from iSA Radio, an online station streaming independent South Australian music 247.
02:17:00 Outtake
 You guys are so pro. Changeroom voice level test.

Here is this week’s preview video:

Jim Manning’s offending picture

Jim Manning's picture of Adelaide

Andrew Montesi Success The Adelaide Show Podcast Quote

SFX: Throughout the podcast we use free sfx from freesfx.co.uk for the harp, the visa stamp, the silent movie music, the stylus, the radio signal sfx, the wine pouring and cork pulling sfx, and the swooshes around Siri.

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