337 – A Minnie History Of  Andamooka

337 – A Minnie History Of Andamooka

Not many South Australians have visited Andamooka, way up in the outback. But, as it turns out, people who have grown up in the town have also missed a lot of their history, if the first female opal miner, Minnie Berrington, is anything to go by. Lara Lukich joins us...
333 – John Schumann on protest songs in times like these

333 – John Schumann on protest songs in times like these

John Schumann of Redgum fame joins us to reflect on the role of protest songs, especially in times like these, given that protest songs are often rooted in a particular time and place. The SA Drink Of The Week is from Andrew Pike in the Clare Valley And in the musical...
323 – A South Australia Day

323 – A South Australia Day

It’s the 26th of January and amid much reflection on Australia’s history and South Australia’s history, it became clear that we’ve had one omission throughout this community project known as The Adelaide Show. Even though our full theme song about Adelaide...
318 – A range of Flinders Ranges stories

318 – A range of Flinders Ranges stories

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we explore a range of Flinders Ranges stories. Firstly, Brendan, Governess Carmel, and Michelle Reynolds share their story of diversifying their Willow Springs Station property into Skytrek (a 4WD tourism experience)....
317 – Fish, fauna, fun, and facts

317 – Fish, fauna, fun, and facts

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we are going to explore topics covering fish, fauna, fun, and facts, with two main guests: Joel Howland, creator of the animal-based, card game, Animoz John Marriott, teacher of aquaculture at Urrbrae Agricultural...
316 – Life in Port Adelaide

316 – Life in Port Adelaide

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we are going to Port Adelaide, where echose of Carn The Pear have faded now that the minor premiers are out of Grand Final contention. However, the nature of Port Adelaide is to weather storms. And to plumb the depths...
314 – Let’s DreamBIG

314 – Let’s DreamBIG

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we are going to DreamBIG. We will be joined by DreamBIG Children’s Festival Creative Producer Susannah Sweeney, for a deep dive into the importance of the arts especially in relation to the early exposure of children...
312 – The Royal Adelaide Show At Home

312 – The Royal Adelaide Show At Home

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we go festive as SA prepares to enjoy The Royal Adelaide Show At Home, in this time of Covid-19. General Manager, Michelle Hocking, joins us to take us through the rationale for The Show At Home and highlight some of...
311 – Coffee vs Tea

311 – Coffee vs Tea

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we bring you a two-part conversation that will settle the great debate once and for all: Coffee vs Tea. Taking the side of coffee we have Steve Davis (Baristador Coffee), Marco Petta (Segafredo), and Adriano Lagozzino...
310 – SA Police Security Response Section

310 – SA Police Security Response Section

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we explore the SA Police Security Response Section and discuss its significance in the role of policing. Our special guest is David Olney, recently of The University of Adelaide, now Senior Analyst at SAGE...
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...
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...