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Callum Flemming – Liquor Licensing Changes and Small Venues in Adelaide – La Boheme

Bill Walter spoke with Callum Flemming, the bar manager of La Boheme on Grote Street, about Adelaide’s thriving small venues about how the proposed changes to the liquor licensing law will benefit small businesses in Adelaide.

A taste of bitter blood

Full-time US Fiction writer, Rachel Caine, is prolific, writing six novels a year with six whole series of science fiction, fantasy, mystery, suspense and horror under her belt.

Rachel is currently in town as she tours her new 15-book series – the Morganville Vampires – which has sold over 100,000 copies in Australia.

The thirteenth instalment, Bitter Blood, has just been released.  Jennie Lenman spoke to Rachel to find out more.


Rachel’s in town for Supanova, click here for more details.

Shaw Fire – John Wells – My Romantic History

Ewart Shaw talks about the unveiling of the 2013 Adelaide Festival program.

John Wells talks to Bill Walter, Radio Adelaide’s Friday Breakfast host about My Romantic History, which opens tonight in the Little Theatre at the University of Adelaide and runs until November 17.

David Sefton – 2013 Adelaide Festival

Appointed Artistic Director of the Adelaide Festival for 2013 until 2015, David Sefton has a history of developing award winning programs for world-class institutions.

He spoke to Cath Kenneally about the 2013 Adelaide Festival and his plans for future Festivals.

Shaw Fire – Andy Petrusevic – Fringe 2013

Ewart Shaw talks about the upcoming 2013 Fringe Festival and speaks to Andy Petrusevic, winner of the Fringe 2013 poster competition.

Cindi Drennan – if there was any colour blacker than black…

Cindi Drennan from Illuminart tells Cath about a most unusual, unique and creative experience that is ‘if there was any colour blacker than black i’d wear it’. Staged in Goolwa as part of the Kumuwuki Big Wave Regional Arts Australia National conference this multi venued work will take you places you have never been.

Cindi Drennan 13102012

Shaw Fire – Laramie Project, Tamara Anna Cislowska, Rich Batsford

Ewart Shaw reccomends The Laramie Project – Ten Years Later @ Higher Ground, directed by award winning Adelaide director Charles Sanders with compelling performances from a fine local cast. He tones up on Piano Phasing with Tamara Anna Cislowska, performing tomorrow Oct 14th @ Adelaide Town Hall with 60 pianists in Australia’s largest mass piano performance as part of Soundstream 2012. Ewart chats to pianist Rich Batsford about his music and upcoming performance @ COMA at the Wheatsheaf Monday Oct 15th.

The Laramie Project – Ten Years Later Oct 13 & 14th @ Higher Ground

Piano Phasing


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