Every Sunday, Lainie Anderson ‘has her say’ in the Sunday Mail.
This week we go behind the scenes to find out what makes a columnist tick. And we get a glimpse into her love for the Adelaide Hills.
Max Martin heads to the hills for the Made To Move Minute.
Still in the Hills, our SA Drink of the week is a Mt Lofty Vineyards Pinot Noir.
In IS IT NEWS, Nigel tests us on the theme, Newspapers.
George Inglis gets IN OUR FACE over the humanitarian refugee crisis.
In music, we hear a song being launched this Friday, September 11 by Ben Ford Davies.
In the Adelaide Visa Council, more defendants.
But first, David Washington from In Daily presents his midweek news wrap, Talk Of The Town.
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|Get on with it|
|Theme and introduction. Our original theme song in full is here, Adelaidey-hoo.|
|00:02:22||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.|
|00:06:25||SA Drink Of The Week|
|Mt Lofty Vineyards 2013 Pinot Noir, Adelaide Hills. Tasting notes.|
|00:12:15||Free audio books from Audible|
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Steve is listening to Teach Me: A Victorian Era Romance by Cassandra Dean. Coming close to a romance edition. Cassandra is busy with another book due to launch and another in production.
||Time To Think|
|George Inglis reflects on life, usually while riding public transport around Adelaide.|
A recent Sunday Mail column by Lainie Anderson caught my attention when it proclaimed how helpful the NAPLAN tests are in our schools. Since then, I have noticed she has a knack of balancing thoughtfully between being a contrarian and a populist. She’ll also pounce on you if you say a bad word about her beloved Adelaide Hills.
STOP PRESS: Inspired by Lainie, Nigel has now become a ‘columnist’. His publication is SA Life. Here’s a PDF of his article, Pixelated Bliss? See it in all its glory in a physical copy of the magazine.
|00:59:17||Is It News?
|The news history quiz with Nigel Dobson-Keeffe.|
|01:18:05||Adelaide Visa Council
|Snow (@dci___) – Visa Granted
5/09/2015 9:22 pm
people who say adelaide is boring say 300% more about themselves than adelaideSam -Travelling King (@TravellingKing1) – Watchlist
5/09/2015 9:57 pm
@james_tew I was really impressed and surprised ! I was expecting it to be boring !! (Said she who is from adelaide!)Anna Spargo-Ryan (@annaspargoryan) – No Case To Answer
5/09/2015 9:05 pm
I grew up in Adelaide too! It’s not boring! I went back to visit wi… — haha! That pretty much sums up why I like it. l.ask.fm/igoto/45DKECN7…
|01:27:10|| Musical Pilgrimage
|And our song this week, The Water Song by Ben Ford Davies, has been recommended by our musical curator, Adrian Miller, from Radio Adelaide’s Monday night program, Songcatcher.|
|01:37:47||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: Use nature to add spice to your exercise.
|You’re an inspiration|
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