266 – Planning a State Theatre Company season

266 – Planning a State Theatre Company season

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show investigates what goes on behind the scenes for planning a State Theatre Company season, with director, Geordie Brookman. Geordie also discusses his latest production which opens on November 15, 2018, The Gods Of...
265 – Podcast Too Far Away: Max Cullen

265 – Podcast Too Far Away: Max Cullen

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show was recorded during the Adelaide Film Festival and we’re happy this podcast too far away attracted actor, Max Cullen. Max got his feature film break in Sunday Too Far Away, and has since gone on to work on stage and...
263 – Ukulele Death Squad

263 – Ukulele Death Squad

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, is all about the ukulele with the Ukulele Death Squad. And Lisa Kennewell is standing in for Nigel Dobson-Keeffe this week. This week, the SA Drink Of The Week is from Sunlight Liquor. And our song of the week is from,...
258 – Playing games in Adelaide

258 – Playing games in Adelaide

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, Playing games in Adelaide, explores the inner world of the gamer. Our guests this week are¬†Anthony Sebastiani and Fabian Tauriello, two ordinary Adelaideans who just happen to enjoy playing online games. This week, we...
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...
252 – Greg Clark playing all the hits

252 – Greg Clark playing all the hits

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, Greg Clark plays all the hits, takes us behind the scenes of radio and advertising in SA. Greg Clark is a radio, TV, and advertising legend in South Australia. He’ll be remembered by many as one of the hot jocks of...
251 – ‘Til death us do laugh

251 – ‘Til death us do laugh

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, ‘Til death us do laugh, we’ll celebrate the fact that Steve and Nigel both turn a year older this week by reliving a classic interview on the topic of facing your own mortality. This interview with Andrew...
250 – The School Of Hard Knock Knocks

250 – The School Of Hard Knock Knocks

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, features two interviews produced by the School of Hard Knock Knocks featuring Morry Morgan and legendary comedian, Glynn Nicholas. We’re playing these interviews because Steve is tied up all week at the School Of...
248 – Growing data and getting laughs

248 – Growing data and getting laughs

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, Growing Data and Getting Laughs, introduces us to two experienced “geeks” and one experienced comedian and producer. Glynn Nicholas needs no introduction for people who lived through the 90s and enjoyed the...
247 – Back To Futurist Stephen Yarwood

247 – Back To Futurist Stephen Yarwood

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, Back to Futurist Stephen Yarwood, reintroduces us to the former Lord Mayor of Adelaide turned futurist, to find out what he’s doing on the world stage. This week, the SA Drink Of The Week is a wine from Turkey...
242 – Ralf Hadzic without the F-word

242 – Ralf Hadzic without the F-word

This week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, celebrates Ralf Hadzic without the F-word. Ralf was previously on The Adelaide Show in episode 119, in which we squeezed many stories from him about the time in his life when he played Fat Cat on television. But this...
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...

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