We have one wish.
When Adelaide launches its own Monopoly Board Game this year, please let it not be cosmetically Adelaide but roots-and-all Adelaide.
To that end, we dedicate part of this show for sharing our thoughts on how we can transform Monopoly away from the ‘bored’ game and into the board game for South Australia.
You can even see our suggestion for acknowledging the late Don Dunstan’s flair for pink in our candidate for Rich Uncle Pennybags.
While talking of flair, EverettBrookes Jewellers have so much flair they’ve won the inaugural industry award for Best Jewellery Retailer in Australia and New Zealand.
We chat with Ian Brookes about rings, do-it-yourself jewellery, and whether concrete can replace diamonds!
In Adelaide’s Yesterdays, we get hot and cross about Easter via a letter to the editor from 1952.
The wine this week blows us away – bravo to Michael and the team at Tenafeate Creek Wines.
And music gets us moving, with Kelly Menhennett making our hearts beat beat.
Intro: Our original theme song is here, Adelaidee Hoo. Note, throughout the podcast we also use free sfx from freesfx.co.uk for the harp, the visa stamp, the silent movie music, the radio signal sfx, and the swooshes around Siri.
South Australian Drink Of The Week: Tenefeate Creek Wines 2012 GSM. Tasting notes here.
Shout outs: Brett eventually says hi to Jo, a cosmetics lady from Sydney who was visiting David Jones in Adelaide.
Stories without notice: Steve gets the low down on what your lawn needs in Autumn with Steve Miles from Miles Lawn and Garden Service. Colin notes the upcoming Open House weekend in South Australia.
Interview: We do we do we do we do we do interview Ian Brookes from EverettBrookes Jewellers in Adelaide who just won Jewellery Retailer of the Year for Australia and New Zealand, particularly for their do-it-yourself approach to engagement ring manufacture.
Adelaide Visa Council: Before the Council this week:
- Lemon Crush @Little_steps00 (Visa granted)
- ~ Maddi ~ @AvonsKidraxhls (watch list)
Adelaide’s Yesterdays: Criticism of the ABC over its Easter coverage, Letters To The Editor 1952.
Brett’s Musical Pilgrimage: Kelly Menhennett with Heart Beat Beat.