Summer season starts 1 December
Posted on: Mon 27 Nov 2017
Radio Adelaide’s summer programming starts on Friday 1 December.
We’ve included a range of new programs, there are some new timeslots for existing programs, and one program has ended for the year.
Echo Chamber, Mondays 11.00pm–midnight
Sean Brandt and Sam Higham explore new and niche musical sub-genres, cult artists and counter culture art movements.
Goodness, Tuesdays 3.00–4.00pm
An optimist’s view on news with a focus on social services, technology, research and education, presented by Aislinn Rossi and Tim Whiffen.
Her, Wednesdays 7.00–8.00pm
Each genre-themed show unapologetically brings ‘girls to the front’ of the music industry by featuring all-female, non-binary and trans-gender artists and bands. Presented by Zoe Kounadis, Emma McCloy and Caitlin Moore.
Huge News, Wednesdays 11.00–midnight
Beyond fake news is the absurdist surrealism of Huge News, enacted by Josh Mensch, Kyron Weetra and a team of kooky characters and writers.
Mixtape, Mondays 10.00–11.00pm
The Songcatcher team stay on to talk with local musicians about the music that moves them, along with playing some of their favourite songs.
MTOC, Sundays 4.30–5.30pm
Bishop Seraphim, Father Nikola, Zorica Glivorovski and Rachel Nicholas from The Macedonian True Orthodox Church of Australia and New Zealand present a community program in Macedonian and English.
Packed Lunch, weekdays 12.00–1.00pm
A midday spread of the best stories and features from across Radio Adelaide, including stories, profiles, interviews, and selected features from the National Community Radio Network.
Pink Rabbit, Wednesdays 6.00–7.00pm
Looking down the rabbit hole, and what it means to be a 21st century feminist, through the eyes of Georgia Roberts, Emily Ollie, Soph Landau and Millie Schultz-Boylen.
The Low Down, Wednesdays 9.00–10.00pm
An analysis of fake news from a fake news perspective by Michael Migali.
Recreational, Wednesdays 10.00–11.00pm (new time)
TyphoonSpeed delves into the art of anime and online content creation from across the globe.
The Mental Health Show, Thursdays 6.00–6.30pm (new time)
Mark Aiston demystifies mental health issues to reduce stigma by presenting latest research and stories full of love and hope.
The iN Show, Thursdays 6.30–7.00pm (new time)
The most informative program on emerging global technologies and local innovators with Troy Sincock and David Grice. Repeated Mondays, 6.00am.
Un Air de France, Wednesdays 8.00–9.00pm (new time)
Hetty Byrne and Steph Richards play new and classic Chanson Française releases from emerging and established French singer-songwriters.
Midday Sport, Weekdays 12.00–1.00pm
Midday Sport has been replaced by Packed Lunch, a midday spread of the best stories and features from across Radio Adelaide, including stories, profiles, interviews, and selected features from the National Community Radio Network.