Could our Adelaide winter be a blessing for getting healthy?
Professor Gary Wittert from the University of Adelaide thinks so and explains why as we talk to him about all manner of health topics as part of the SAHMRI opening.
The South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute is celebrating its official opening this week and we chat with Gary about:
- The SAHMRI
- The Fat vs Sugar Q and A involving Tony Jones this week
- Whether South Australia should use indulgent food in its tourism advertising, given a growing awareness about cutting down on calories
- You’ll even learn what section of the supermarket makes him angry, really angry!
Chloe from Yelp is with us to undo the professor’s work and guide us around five spots where you can avoid the cold and enjoy hearty, interesting meals – with or without tracky dacks!
Brett poses a question: when is grooming too much grooming for men? He explains in the podcast and seeks your feedback, especially from women listeners.
We note the launch of AdelaideFree City Wifi – enjoy it as you go about the CBD.
Colin notes the large number of mobile phone offenses reported by South Australia Police recently, while Steve shares an inspiring quote from Michael Bollen from Wakefield Press about the true joy of a great book.
And we have the largest Adelaide Visa Council history on record, all thanks to a probing tweet by the @WeAreADL account, being managed this week by Alexis from THE SHOW on PBA-FM.
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|00:00:16||Theme||Theme and introduction. Our original theme song in full is here, Adelaidey-hoo.|
|00:02:26||South Australian Drink Of The Week||Marauding Vintners’ 2013 Mr Noir Pinot Noir Fleurieu Region. Tasting notes.|
|00:06:09||Shout outs||Steve: Stephen Yarwood and Adelaide City Council for the launch of AdelaideFree City Wifi.Colin: Glenn Shorrock, turns 70 next week.Brett: Lorraine the bus girl.|
|00:09:02||Stories without notice||Brett: Grooming men. How much is too much?
Steve: Michael Bollen from Wakefield Press was in a nice story from The Lead SA about the enduring love we have for books.
Colin: Police nabbed 848 South Australians in 19 days for mobile phone offenses.
|00:17:36||Interview: Prof Gary Wittert||Professor Gary Wittert, Head of Discipline of Medicine, University of Adelaide, was a key panelist in the special Q and A session hosted by Tony Jones, as part of the launch of the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute in Adelaide.|
|00:39:10||South Australian Register||This week, astronaut, Andy Thomas is inducted.|
|00:46:06||Interview: Chloe from Yelp
||Chloe from Yelp takes us on a quick tour of Winter Warmer food spots around South Australia. Here is the link to all the places Chloe shared.|
|01:01:35||Adelaide Visa Council||A super set of hearings tonight due to a question posed by the We Are Adelaide rotating curated Twitter account, namely, How do you respond when/if someone accuses our city or state as being “boring”?
|01:10:47||Stories from the street||Maz: Maz heard me chat with Andrew Reimer on FIVEaa on Sunday night, talking about the Polly Waffle. Andrew never liked them and said, more or less, good riddance. This prompted Maz to leave this message:Thank you Maz.|
|01:11:40||Musical Pilgrimage||The Bearded Gyspy Band with Josephine|
|01:18:48||Outtakes||Gary Wittert corrects the record|
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