If Adelaide is the festival state then Kelly Noble is the festival person.
Kelly is one of the fixtures in Adelaide’s social scene and lives her light in the spotlight.
Tonight, we spend time getting to know the woman behind the persona and hopefully pick up some fashion and socialising tips ourselves.
Kelly also provides the SA Drink Of The week.
Later in the show, she’ll get to robe up and be a guest judge in The Adelaide Visa Council.
Nigel has pulled together a celebrity-themed IS IT NEWS
George Inglis has a bit to say about compulsory maths and ingrained sexism.
Our music this week is from Australia’s first pop girl group with disabilities: THE SISTERS OF INVENTION
In the MADE TO MOVE MINUTE, Max Martin explains why being out of pain doesn’t always mean you are better.
And David Washington from In Daily will start the show with the midweek news wrap, Talk Of The Town.
More details and timecodes below.
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|Bill Shorten’s announcement|
|Theme and introduction. Our original theme song in full is here, Adelaidey-hoo.|
|00:02:35||Talk Of The Town|
|David Washington, editor of In Daily, gives us a midweek wrap of the news we’ve been talking about in South Australia this week.|
|00:06:07||SA Drink Of The Week|
|Swire and Noble 2008 Old Vine Barossa Valley Shiraz. Tasting notes.|
|00:11:06||Made To Move Minute|
|Max Martin and/or Dr Nathan Harten from iNform Health and Fitness Solutions, Norwood, present a thoughtful minute for pondering more ways and reasons to get moving and improve your health.
This week: Why being out of pain unfortunately doesn’t mean you are better.
|Kelly Nobel is the force behind Glam Adelaide, a site and enterprise that is at the centre of Adelaide’s social scene.|
|01:08:35||Time To Think|
|Reflections about our society by self-confessed policy wonk and public transport user, George Inglis.|
|01:12:40||Is It News?|
|Nigel does his best to present three headlines (one real one and two he’s made up) from a South Australian publication – old or new – and the team has to guess which is the authentic news story.|
||The Adelaide Visa Council
Three Twitter users are before the Adelaide Visa Council again this week, due to their public utterances about Adelaide on social media:
Dean @deandavidgray – Rejected
Matt Newman @MattNewman77 – Rejected
Hentley Farm @HentleyFarm – Granted
Glam Adelaide @GlamAdelaide – Granted
|01:39:40||Baristador Coffee theme song
|Baristador Coffee funds our podcast. Orders for their next group roasting close this Monday and we’d love it if you ordered some. Order your coffee online here.|
Australia’s first pop girl group with disabilities has released their debut album in Adelaide.
Previously known as Hot Tutti, The Sisters Of Invention are an alternate vocal group who write and produce all their original songs at Tutti. The Sisters of Invention are part of the Tutti Performing Arts program based in Brighton South Australia and are dedicated to developing and promoting their original songs.
Tonight we hear the title track, The Sisters Of Invention.
The music is available on iTunes or buy a CD from Tutti Arts by calling 8422 6511.
Here is this week’s preview video:
SFX: Throughout the podcast we use free sfx from freesfx.co.uk for the harp, the visa stamp, the silent movie music, the stylus, the radio signal sfx, the wine pouring and cork pulling sfx, and the swooshes around Siri.