Another week and Adelaide is in the international spotlight again, this time due to the Adelaide royal visit.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent part of Wednesday in Elizabeth visiting the Northern Sound System on Elizabeth Way and attending a reception at the Playford Civic Centre.
The Boring Adelaide team was at the event to bring you the colour and the insights – and Steve brought back something quite unexpected!
With this show going out on Anzac Day Eve, we take time to look at the first Anzac Day event ever, which took place in Adelaide in 1915.
It was bizarre!
Continuing the historic theme, we also chat with Chloe from Yelp about the Nanna Skillz Tasting Festival on Sunday, May 4, in which local food and craft producers will be demonstrating the skills of yesteryear from brewing to pickling to recycling objects from the past.
And in a further acknowledgement of Anzac Day, we chat with Louanna Hacket, an exercise physiologist from Funlife Fitness Centre at Ingle Farm, about her work rehabilitating veterans.
Plus there’s wine from the Barossa, music from Ben Searcy and a saucy Adelaide Visa Council.
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: St Hallett 2012 Faith Shiraz from the Barossa Valley. Tasting notes.
Shout outs: Brett says hi to singer/songwriter, Courtney Robb, who has a Pozible Social Funding project underway and has just reached her goal.
Stories without notice: Colin gets hot under the collar about a Mazda Australia after sales survey, and is impressed by a generous act by Dyson..
Interview: Louanna Hacket, exercise physiologist from Funlife Fitness Centre in Ingle Farm, talks about her work rehabilitating veterans and shares a few tips for preparing for an Anzac Day march.
Chloe from Yelp joins us to talk about the Nanna Skillz event on Sunday, May 4.
Adelaide Visa Council: Before the Council this week:
- Jake Baé (@jakebley) (Visa rejected)
- Kacee (@kaceeeewo) (Watch list)
- Kim (@Kim__9) (Visa granted)
- And an honourary mention to Sam Armytage from Sunrise for her shout out to Radelaide during the weather this week.
Adelaide’s Yesterdays: Details of the first ever Anzac Day event. It was held in Adelaide in October 1915.
Brett’s Musical Pilgrimage: Ben Searcy with House Rabbit Blues.