260 – Keith Conlon says goodbye

260 – Keith Conlon says goodbye

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, is our last. At least, our last after 260 consecutive weeks of producing a 90-minute-plus program covering many aspects of life and passion in South Australia. Our guest this week is Mr South Australia, Keith Conlon....
259 – Adelaide Vietnamese style

259 – Adelaide Vietnamese style

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, Vietnamese in Adelaide, explores the food, culture, and history of Vietnamese Australians in SA. Our guests this week are Kim Le and Viet Bui, two cousins who share culture and a love for stand up comedy. This week, we...
257 – Stories of shopping, summer, and Saturday nights

257 – Stories of shopping, summer, and Saturday nights

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, Stories of shopping, summer, and Saturday nights, is an opportunity to remember what it was like growing up in South Australia in the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. Our guides accompanying us on this nostalgic tour are Lina and...
254 – Quantum Physics with Dr Sundance

254 – Quantum Physics with Dr Sundance

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, quantum physics with Dr Sundance Bilson-Thompson, will introduce you to a complex area of science in a way that will hopefully interest and engage you. This week, the SA Drink Of The Week is Nippy’s Apple Juice. In...
253 – Mayor Simon Brewer and the Cheeky Monkey

253 – Mayor Simon Brewer and the Cheeky Monkey

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, will introduce you to Campbelltown Mayor Simon Brewer and the Cheeky Monkey. Simon has been mayor since 2006 but is not standing in the elections later this year. He joins us to give us the “true” story about...
249 – Captain Harry Butler and his Red Devil

249 – Captain Harry Butler and his Red Devil

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, will introduce you to Captain Harry Butler,┬áthe first person to fly across the Gulf St Vincent to Yorke Peninsula, which he did on the 6th of August, 1919. Our guests tonight are writing a book about Harry Butler, Les...
246 – Banking on South Australia

246 – Banking on South Australia

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, Banking on South Australia, features a husband and wife team that has moved back home from interstate to continue careers while raising a family. Ben Owen, head of small business banking at Bank SA, and Eszter Vasensky,...
240 – French Film Festival

240 – French Film Festival

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, French Film Festival, celebrates that aspect of French cinema that is best captured in this quote by the charismatic actor Emmanuelle Beart: Very often with an American movie, the end is very happy and you just feel good...
238 – The WOMADelaide Show

238 – The WOMADelaide Show

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, is really The WOMADelaide Show because it was all recorded under the trees in Botanic Park where some 95,000 people milled and danced to a wide array of music over the Adelaide Cup long weekend. We had many guests, and...
222 – Adelaide Costume Hire HQ

222 – Adelaide Costume Hire HQ

This week, we chat with Juliet from the Theatre Costume Shop aka Adelaide Costume Hire HQ, about dressing up. This week, the SA Drink Of The Week is a Black Chook Sparkling Shiraz. In 100 Weeks Ago we hear a snippet from our chat with Rachel Hannaford and Sasha Sachs...
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...

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