339 – Eudunda 150 not out

339 – Eudunda 150 not out

Eudunda is the birthplace of one of South Australia’s most famous authors, the late Colin Thiele, and this week we celebrate the Eudunda 150 celebrations with two local authors; historian, Samuel Doering, and former resident from the 1950s, Chris Stegmeyer. On...
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...
332 – Alex Frayne on framing Adelaide and South Australia

332 – Alex Frayne on framing Adelaide and South Australia

Alex Frayne first came to public attention with his release of a stunning coffee table, photography book, Adelaide Noir. He’s back with a new book of South Australian landscapes and will take us behind the scenes of a professional photographer. The SA Drink Of...
330 – We’re all going on an SA holiday

330 – We’re all going on an SA holiday

Holiday Here is the current messaging being used by SA Tourism, urging South Aussies to get out and about safely during this time of Covid. Heading up the SA Tourism Commission is Rodney Harrex, our guest this week. The SA Drink Of The Week is 2016 Reilly’s...
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...
320 – Let’s talk about weddings

320 – Let’s talk about weddings

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we are going to the chapel and we’re gonna get married, or rather, we’re going to Woodburn Homestead to talk about weddings. In the Musical Pilgrimage, we have a perfect song by Ben Roberts from Ukulele...
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)....
315 – Getting KIX on Kangaroo Island

315 – Getting KIX on Kangaroo Island

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we are going to get our KIX on Kangaroo Island. Steve was there last week and did a 30-minute interview with Blondie and The Geezer. As John from the Radionotes Podcast said, it is a wonderfully loose interview. And a...
313 – Hills Of Dreams

313 – Hills Of Dreams

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we head to the hills. The co-owners of Adelaide Hills Farm Services, Pods and Belle, join us to talk about their new business, their lives in farming, and their readiness to help Hills farmers apply bushfire risk...
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...
287 – Port Lincoln Times

287 – Port Lincoln Times

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we stop the presses and chat about country newspapers with the editor of Port Lincoln Times, Billie Harrison. This week, the SA Drink Of The Week is actually a trio of beers from Beer Garden Brewery in Port Lincoln....