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335 – What is POTS?

335 – What is POTS?

Do you know what POTS is? If not, consider yourself lucky. POTS is a syndrome that affects women of child-bearing age but can be experienced by both men and women of any age. We'll be chatting with Claire Seeley, founder and director of the Australian POTS Foundation...

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334 – Coaching kids’ sport

334 – Coaching kids’ sport

What's involved in coaching kids' sport? What effort is needed and what is the payoff? In this episode, we chat with two parents who have risen to the challenge to make sure kids' sport happens in their school for their kids. We talk with comedian, Marc Ryan, and...

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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...

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331 – Vale Jim Manning

331 – Vale Jim Manning

Jim Manning has been well known to The Adelaide Show audience. The former chair of WOW-FM collaborated with us for election coverage specials, and supported us by connecting passionate South Australians to our style of conversational podcast, driven by curiosity. Jim...

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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 Shiraz....

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329 – Til Divorce Do Us Part

329 – Til Divorce Do Us Part

Does separation and divorce need to be expensive and fraught with bitterness? Meg McFarlane and Lauren de Vries van Leeuwen at Kin Lawyers believe the divorce can be undertaken calmly with minimal legal fees if the parties involved do some preparation and have wise...

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328 – No Recipe Cooking For Busy People

328 – No Recipe Cooking For Busy People

Too busy too cook? Money too tight to eat out? The No Recipe Cookbook might be just what you need. We have its author, Dr Samantha Pillay joining us to help us change habits and perceptions and take control of what goes into our bodies. Plus, the musical, The Wedding...

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327 – Blinky Bill Is On A Podcast

327 – Blinky Bill Is On A Podcast

Blinky Bill Is On A Podcast? This week, we use the Fringe show, Blinky Bill Is On The Loose, as a reason to revisit the wonderful Koala character created by Dorothy Wall. Michael Mills (who wrote the songs and oversaw Musical Direction), Chloe Bremner (who performed...

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326 – Wings 2 Fly Through Auditions

326 – Wings 2 Fly Through Auditions

Auditions strike fear into the hearts of many, not just actors. In this episode, we have two theatre professionals who run a theatre company focussed on training actors to revel in the activity of auditions. Michelle Nightingale and Alicia Zorkovic will take us behind...

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325 – Are we there yet? Fringe in a time of Covid

325 – Are we there yet? Fringe in a time of Covid

South Australia is poised for another Fringe season with most interstate artists making it across the border before more snap closures due to Covid. We meet one of those artists in this episode, Charles Firth from The Chaser. We also chat with someone who is pushing...

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