309 – If the hat fits at Adelaide Hatters

309 – If the hat fits at Adelaide Hatters

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we explore the wearing of hats in 2020 – who does, who doesn’t, who should, who shouldn’t. Our two special guests are milliner, Penny Horwood and Tess Bartsch from Adelaide Hatters. The SA Drink Of...
308 – Writing the great novel

308 – Writing the great novel

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we explore writing the great novel with local authors, publishers, winemakers, and a poet. Our three authors are, Jane Ainslie, Lee Hopkins, and Michelle Prak, and our two publishers are, Rommie Corso and Michael...
307 – Clinpath: Just what the doctor ordered

307 – Clinpath: Just what the doctor ordered

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we explore pathology with the team from Clinpath; Dr Fergus Whitehead, Dr Devika Thomas, and Dr Travis Brown. In case you missed it, The Adelaide Show Podcast is discussed in the current, May 2020 issue of SA Life...
306 – Health with less medicine

306 – Health with less medicine

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we reflect on pre-emptive health or achieving health with less medicine, thanks to behavioural technology being developed in South Australia by Biomorphick. We’ll chat to James Raison. The Adelaide Show Podcast...
305 – Our Rainbow Connection

305 – Our Rainbow Connection

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we reflect on food security during a pandemic, with Juliet Tripodi and Anna Rugari from Rainbow Fresh, along with David Olney from the Blind Insights podcast talking about Sovereign Well-Being Capability so we can...
304 – Rethinking The Daily Commute

304 – Rethinking The Daily Commute

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we reflect on the daily commute. It once set the heartbeat to the day but Covid-19 has brought it to its knees. We discuss it’s plight with former Lord Mayor of Adelaide and Urban Planner, Stephen Yarwood, and...
303 – The Social Nurturing Episode

303 – The Social Nurturing Episode

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we reflect on the changes in our lives brought about by social distancing publicly and social nurturing within the home. Our guests are: Richard Pascoe, The Adelaide Tech Guy Alexandra (Ali) Lopez, Performing Artist,...
302 – COVID-19 Survival Tips

302 – COVID-19 Survival Tips

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we reflect on the panic around the COVID-19 pandemic and how to navigate the information in an evidence-based way. Our return panellists are Nigel Dobson and Robert Godden. Yes, forgive the hasty Photoshop botch job,...
301 – Data Privacy and Ethics

301 – Data Privacy and Ethics

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we reflect on data privacy and ethics and whether or not those terms exist in the real or virtual world. To guide us through this discussion will be thought leader, Andrew Andrews. This week, the SA Drink Of The Week...
Mullygrubs

Mullygrubs

Mullygrubs is a Fringe show that sits somewhere between the unsettling imagery of the puzzling, Adelaide-made, pre-schooler TV show from the 90s, Mulligrubs, and the definition of mulligrub, which means to complain or sulk or feel down. Performers Harry Thompson and...
Biddy O’Loughlin

Biddy O’Loughlin

Amid all the official Adelaide Fringe acts within Gluttony, there are a number of informal shows available for your pleasure as you wander or stagger between bars. One such venue is The Runaway Theatre, run by Imaan Hadchiti. This tiny caravan-based theatre seats...
The Eulogy

The Eulogy

Death is the great finishing line in the race of life and here stands our late friend, Tomas, as the winner. And, thus, one of Michael Burgos’ characters gets entangled in metaphors as one of six mourners delivering eulogies in The Eulogy, a parody of funeral...