In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we go festive as SA prepares to enjoy The Royal Adelaide Show At Home, in this time of Covid-19.

General Manager, Michelle Hocking, joins us to take us through the rationale for The Show At Home and highlight some of the features.

Talking of The Show, Kytons Bakery is always heavily involved so Sharon Sutton gives us a quick glimpse into how they’ve adapted this year.

The SA Drink Of The Week is a 2017 The Pinnacle Ricky Ponting McLaren Vale Shiraz.

In the Musical Pilgrimage, we hear a new song from Kaurna Cronin.

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Running Sheet: The Royal Adelaide Show At Home

00:00:00 Intro

Introduction to the show.

00:02:19 SA Drink Of The Week

The SA Drink Of The Week is a 2017 The Pinnacle Ricky Ponting McLaren Vale Shiraz, which is available as part of a huge range of gift hampers from The Hamper Emporium and SA-based marketing manager, Nikki Barnett, joins us to explore the wine and the various SA and Kangaroo Island goodies they are selling to the world.

00:22:27 Michelle Hocking

Michelle Hocking, general manager of the Royal Adelaide Show, joins us to explain what’s happen with The Show this year, with Covid-19 putting a halt to an in-person event.

The centre piece The Show At Home, so you can enjoy much of the show’s atmosphere online.

00:48:06 Kytons Showbags

Sharon Sutton from Kytons Bakery pops in quickly to mention what they’re doing in lieu of being live at The Royal Adelaide Show.

00:51:40 Musical Pilgrimage

In the musical pilgrimage, we have a new song, Glass Road, by Kaurna Cronin.

Kaurna Cronin has a world tour coming up, all done virutally, as he releases a new song, Glass Road, ahead of a new album, Aloft In Blue, which will be his 6th studio album when it comes out in November.

Here’s this week’s preview video.

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