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Fresh update on "adelaide" discussed on Colleen and Bradley
"Of Orange County, shooting down rumors that she donated one of her eggs or embryos to Andy Cohen to conceive his son, Ben. She is denying this It is not true. These things begin and to your point, Bradley, who cares? Ain't none of my business. Yeah, exactly. But you know she's going to be back on the Real housewives so she needs to have something to talk about. To spread the news. And finally Cody Simpson, remember Miley Cyrus is ex boyfriend? How could you forget King Neptune King Neptune. Thank you. Well, so long. Unfortunately for Cody Simpson, his road to the Tokyo Olympics has reached a dead end. So, Cody six year or next Olympics? Yeah, so 22 43 2024? Yeah, A while. So he failed to qualify for the Olympic Games last night at the Australian Olympic swimming trials in Adelaide. He needed to be he needed to record a time less than 51.7 seconds to go to Tokyo. But he touched the wall at 52.94, which is an accomplishment is a huge accomplishment. I just I could never be an, uh, an elite athlete like that. I could not do it. It's tough because it literally comes down to fractions of seconds and no, thank you. Like with Cody. Too much pressure. Well, okay, You can try again. 2024. All right, that's all the dirt this hour. For more. Check out my talk one of 71 dot com or download the by, talk out. That's quite enough information. Thank you. My talk dirt alerts at the top of every hour and at 8 2012 25 20 on my talk one of 71. Wonderful to see that you're cafe..
"adelaide" Discussed on WBUR
"From Amsterdam to Adelaide, Abu John cities are pledging to Planting trees are doing something else. I would say it's impossible. Is both where the biggest problem lies because we're the greatest energy consumption is Mark Watts wants to hasten that he is the executive director of a nonprofit called C 40 Cities When it comes to emissions, Not all cities are created equal pretty much all of the cities in Africa, South Asia. Or 1.2 tons per person. At the moment, the European cities are around the 45 terms. And then China is a little bit above that, and then North America, Australia, Way way Above that 15 16 tons per person. The difference is quite stark isn't it is curious about the disparity between Europe and then Australia and the U. S where it's so much higher. Yeah, it's an old world New world thing. European cities were largely built before the car and North American ones and once in Australia have been designed around the car. That makes a huge difference. Alright, okay. But cities everywhere are taking action, regardless of whether they're designed for cars or not so far around. 700 of them have taken the plunge and pledged to go carbon neutral. Including Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone, on Africa's West coast. Have you ever been? I'm not, but I have interviewed the mayor. So let me take a second and just give you the topography of.
Frequent Flyer Points & FBT AIR061
"And sadly we've had yet another reminded this week that the pandemic is not over yet. With melvin backing lockdown for seven days as a result most is trillion states territories except new south wales as well as new zealand have re imposed border restrictions on travellers from melvin from victoria. Despite this domestic travel in australia overrule has recovered pretty well and infect over the past fortnight all of the majors trillion airlines have announced even more new domestic flight routes from august qantas will had direct flights from adelaide to townsville cans and hide as well as sydney and know when to townsville and gold coast quotas will also resume its own flights from sydney to larou- From march next year adding a second option of and jetstar in addition quotas will soon be flying more airbus dahlan during the peak upcoming dry-season qantas will fly three cities from sydney and brisbane dow up to twice a day. And once a day from melvin stone and that means that. If you're flying from darwin to sydney oh been on one of those overnight red eye flights for business class he might get a life flatbed qantas also upgraded one of its daily sydney to perth. Flights to a boeing seven. Eight seven from this week. The seven eight seven has forty to lie flat business class seats that a normally used on international long haul flights and the planes are also fitted with premium economy cabin now qantas point be selling the premium economy seats so instead they going to be available to select for free as long as they're still available by gold platinum and platinum one frequent flyers. So that's nice little upgrade if you flying on q. f. six four five from sydney to perth or q. F. six eight from perth to sydney this week also the launch of quotas embraer one ninety flights operated by alliance. Eight lines on the adelaide. Alice springs at darwin and adelaide routes and if member goes by the handle of fly doc was on the inaugural flight from adelaide alice springs and they described as perfectly adequate.
How to market yourself in a changed digital world with Valentina Borbone
"Welcome to another episode of the elevate. Podcast we delve into some of the most interesting minds in business in real estate for the very best tips and strategies implemented. Elevate your business. I'm samantha mclean editor of late agent and host today show long before any consumer picks up the find the actively researching online shortlisting the right person for the job. My guest on. Today's show is an expert at making sure that agents do make the shortlist valentin -able by an easy digital marketing educator and c. e. o. of the bantu group she's also an advisor to the international social media association. And would be familiar to many of you as a coach at digital live. So valentine welcome to the show alarm thank you. I'm delighted to be here. Finally as we were just talking a minute ago it was about a year and a half that you were speaking at Twenty which got cancelled because of the pandemic so. I'm super excited to have you join today. And i'm hoping that this episode might be a bit of a masterclass in social media. Because that's exactly what you do and it's such a hot topic right now. yeah well. It's definitely bain evolving and. I don't think anyone has been left unscathed in the last couple of months after what happened. We faithful and aluminium. So i'm really looking forward to maybe reigniting some of the things that i have talked about in the past and we'll take giving people some new tapes that they might be able to employ. They haven't thought of now. But i'm so happy that we got some of Prop twenty out there. The law greats fake is knows a lot of preparation that went into one event. Like that until only really get victoria in adelaide done before everyone else unfortunately got canned. I'm it was a real shame. And i hope everyone has actually digested some of that content in its digital form. Go out online. Yeah absolutely and i think a lot of paper would actually naive from that as well because in our area i did put all the sessions up online and before we get into today just in case. People aren't familiar with you in the work that you deal. They have been under a rock and haven't been digital live or any of those things. Can you just start a little bit with who you work with the help and how you help them. I have eighty marketing. Mind tie career and that's agency side marketing. And i was very fortunate that i was one of the digital leads for admiral. Which is our advertising citation. So the last ten years. I write they three months. The ticket greg polls and toll shit by evening classes. Dye cloth changed by the time. I'd written the content and ice to take about a thousand people a year including in-house training. And what that led me to his teaching for. Rei teaching lots of different real estate groups. And that will take me anywhere from stabia ray. Len lice stockland mirvac three to all of our residential and commercial real estate agencies. Mcgraw ri- watt bill property And everyone in between non-organic rattled them off. But i started to work in real estate miceli because i was educating siles paypal in how to sell digital solutions and that tending to let's take the agents halliday's digital solutions works that they can understand what some of the best opportunities Still run training programs in house with someone like lane. Lice of the becca covered the face to face national ride. Shy got cancelled. Tweet is in studio with a program. That's now launched. Globally means that people are still investing in their ongoing training and learning. And what we need to remember. Is it changes really quickly and without notice. And if the media bargaining card didn't heartfully get everyone on the same page with that in the last couple of weeks. Last month than i will learn after that i know right. So let's talk about that for a moment because we were banned in amongst a whole lot of other people in real estate i mean even the portals couldn't escape so real estate dot com the you demand dot com that a you for us. Facebook was down the list of our traffic sources but it did upset me that people couldn't share their good news or malate when someone gets a new job or when someone gets an award they couldn't share any that they couldn't share their properties on social media which was a bit of a big deal. So what was your experience when facebook banned the news basically because you would have had a lot of clients who were affected ideas and there's a few things that come with that firstly it was indiscriminate. It wasn't just use science. We all saw that the hillsides whether the government related or not. They absolutely went down but a mustard factory was taken down. One of construction clients was taken down. It's a win. A rhyme or reason to who was peaked on an really came down to that was a bit of a powerplay. Dying on zuckerberg wanted us. I really you wanna play. This guy will guess what bengals the button you don. Hey let's play the right game. Sorry it did come down to. What was the definition of media within facebook and also what category some people had picked their business stink to bay under
Self-Love Coach Kimberley Cook Helps Survivors Become Thrivers
"I have a very special guest who's had Very traumatic life. She was raised with forty years of emotional abuse from a narcissistic mother but through her heart. Perseverance and determination. She's found her way back to a fulfilling life today. Joining me on. My show is a very special self love coach. Kimberly cook who has used the skills of resilience emotional intelligence in self awareness to create a twenty four seven support system and step by step process to help survivors become thrive hours. Kimberly join us on the show. Today you're welcome. It's great to be here. You're here all the way from australia. From adelaide yes yes. I am so welcome. Welcome welcome I wanted to ask you if you wouldn't mind for the audience telling us about yourself and your story in how you became the self love coach in how you have the self love project. How did that all begin. I'm will growing up I didn't realize. I had a narcissistic mother because it didn't know what the word was you know growing up a was just emotionally demented by her Throughout my life. Until i was thirty six she sort of set me up to file in law. If i didn't i didn't have boundaries You know she didn't teach them to me. She made me live by them. But not allowed me to have my own voice and and stuff like that and You know a be thirty six years old and i. I just couldn't take it anymore. She had completely try to control. My life You basically fell in love with my husband tried to do my children and Just took them and just cut off contact with my hometown. Family which then led to me for many many years after that to Leaving out a self abuse. Because i didn't know what was wrong with me. What i deviated to learn a lot about nazism. And and then i just went through the process of Of healing myself at the tolerant knowing what to do and Dimona ten forty nine was not living on this anymore and i it would break my heart to see people suffer through united just being bullied or getting into a relationship that they could get out of. That was unhappy and many many people live with you know without so flow because we were talking back. Then you know you've got to do things for others and put others before you can so clogged was really thing. It was locked tough and often Not i believe that anymore and so flood is very confusing to people. That aren't really what it is. They should be doing To release their trauma and emotional baggage. Because it's very heavy. Yes very very heavy. So let's let's back up just a moment for the audience who might not really understand but because your years of figuring it out you now know what is a north narcissist pathological narcissist. What are some the traits that if someone is in a relationship that's abusive or heart and they don't know what Had noticed the signs explain. What narcissist is well. You know it someone huge encroaches your boundaries or. Do things for them that you don't want to do and they have no consideration. And but it's a continual thing it's Something that although law though tell you a blatant lachey face and then although tell you something and you don't hang on a minute and then you feed that back to them and the dow you know they'll be lucky. That's not what i said. Or that's not what i did or and so then you just become long magor mart laar crazy. Did i just make that open. You know and then when this happens all the time you know you really end up questioning very own self. you're your you're your mentality and There's a different level of narcissism having as a parrot because they're the people that bring you into the world you know other is someone who gave birth to you so you would think i'd be the one to protect julian Not you an and teach you to be strong and You know my mom didn't do any of that and make bad choices and then not pick narcissistic men. So i want gain on. I couldn't have a voice and was A choice alcoholics And things like that and so the stock who just sort of went on and you know when when when someone is emotionally abusing you and putting down and Barking orders it. You and stuff like that. What happens is you. You didn't turn laws and so you instantly emotionally abusing yourself
How to Fly to Australia Without Getting Bumped
"From the past fortnight and fiscally wrecks and virgin. Australia have become embroiled in a bitter price. War ahead of wrecks launching. Boeing seven. Three seven flights between mellon. See in just over a week from monday. The first of march rex will fly five times a day between siemian. Melvin using least ex. Virgin australia boeing seven. Three seven eight. Hundred's rex had started selling economy seats for seventy nine dollars. One way and business class from two hundred ninety nine dollars but last week. Rick steves candidates prices even further to forty nine dollars in economy or one hundred ninety nine dollars for business costs which is kind of unheard of that price includes checked baggage for all passengers and a snack and drink onboard including for economy. Close now that sale ends on the twenty eighth of february and covers travel dates throughout much virgin australia quickly matched with forty nine dollar economy costs and one hundred ninety nine dollar business clawsf as as well traveled during much. Jetstar is now selling nobody flights from thirty nine dollars one way which is even cheaper. Although that price does not include checked baggage qantas meanwhile has reduced. Its economy class ticket. Prices on that rejoicing. Much to one hundred and ten dollars although business class fares during much still quite high at nine hundred twenty three dollars said clearly not matching on price at the moment and pats qantas feels like it doesn't have to match on price because it recently introduced hot meals during Meal times on many domestic routes in economy class and it will bring them back on old remaining routes from next month in addition alcoholic beverages. Complimentary on all qantas flights previously. They were free on. Some routes like sydney to perth or any route of camera. But on other routes like the fullness city fly routes in brisbane to melvin for example that will only free off to four pm on weekdays. The change means that you no longer need to grab six dollars from your wallet. If you'd like a glass of wine or a beer on conan's flight even if you're flying in economy quantities also bring out a limited edition. Centennary henry beer which is brewed by james squire qantas. This week announced three domestic routes which will begin operating on the first of april. The regional subsidiary qantas link will operate the new direct flights between melbourne and coughs. Haba brisbane in coffs harbour and camera to balance byron bay vision. Australia also announced two new routes this week which will be operated over the easter school holidays and maybe extended as long as state borders remain. Open his demand. Those flights will be from melvin to ballerina and from adelaide to the sunshine. Coast qantas invasion astray. We have also both extended the flexibility available on new domestic flight. Bookings with both airlines bookings made any time. Until at least the thirtieth of april can be changed and unlimited number of times without paying any feats until the end of january next year. He can say cheese to cancel for credit voucher without paying any extra fees. Similar flexibility also applies to reward bookings made using frequent flyer points except the e channel say cancelled as for a full refund of the points and taxes without paying any fees overseas now in the national carrier of namibia and was placed into liquidation. Last week all flights were cancelled and bookings were taken down on the namibian government decided that the airlines mounting debt had become unsustainable although covid nineteen has worsened enemy is financial problems. It was already in financial trouble for quite a fees before now there were media reports that any maybe a could immediately declares insolvency back in september of two thousand and nineteen although those were denied by the airline at the time and it continued to operate until now despite fifteen of the airlines. Nineteen routes being estimated to be loss-making enemy. Be a
Is the Lake Tahoe NHL tournament even going to happen?
"Let's look towards the future a little bit. Not as far ahead as the Stanley Cup, but Lake Tahoe this weird middle of the Season tournament. They're doing it Lake Tahoe Bruins flyers and blues and the golden knights long is this going to happen coz judging off the past a week? I don't know about this one sure. She doesn't like it's going to happen or if it is it's going to be some different teams in what we expect wage. Going into it was Bruins flyers and then golden knights and the Avalanche and got the blues. I don't know why I said the blues. Yeah. Yeah. It's everyone's right stuff. Yeah, it is. You're right. You're right off of busy with the blues are busy paying playing the kind of like an extra free, So but no you look at it. Right. I mean the fly is I get we should knock on wood that took over, you know, when this podcast drops. Hopefully the Bruins don't have any issues because it seems like we have another outbreak starting in Philly where Drew Justin Braun I think trapped behind choice of these people are my fantasy team. I think what gets lost in this is these people are who cares what their health? It's my fantasy team. I know it's it's a rough hit the Evan paragraph but like, yes you go. Look at Philly their home of three guys. Now where there's smoke there's fire when it comes to these things that you have to imagine this probably going to be more they already postponed one game that Philly was going to play against the capital. So after monitor that situation not just for the Flyers birth Phle knock on wood. This wasn't a case for the Bruins were affected because the Bruins played Philly just last week. So you get the commander that and then we've got this absolute shitshow of a situation now in Vegas where they already shut things down for you know over a week when they had a few guys test positive and they play that game against Anaheim they hold out a guy after a second. Turns out. I think Frank seravalli said that whoever was it was held out tested positive which like why the hell was this guy playing so I love this whole pulling people out of games Midway through like it's going to have colpitis like like what is that? Just what like that doesn't help anything that already there. They've already been there and that was a situation to like Kevin Duran had that situation with the Nets where that was a case of fact, I think he was in close contact with someone who tested positive like this is even worse cuz there was a dude who was legitimately tested positive. So this guy was walking around her standing around rather like dead. Yeah, I mean Santa tell me it's you know, I don't think that it's going to be situation where the NHL is going to be like where we're shutting everything down for like a week or two if they going to do that yet, but they've got A Sneak there, you know, the testing protocols or what-have-you whether it's you know men dating rapid testing cuz I don't know how that Vegas player maybe is tests were inconclusive how he's allowed to play if they don't have his tests in yet. They don't have those results in yet. Like would you rather be safe than sorry that situation like it would suck. It's like just off of poor testing you may turn around. It's like the Bruins didn't have pasta or something just off of Adelaide test, but rather that up and then having a situation where you could have an outbreak on your team. So yeah, I mean I listen to Lake Tahoe things only it's less than two weeks away. You've gotta either nip it in the blood in terms of what you're doing to stop these outbreaks or you can just switch the teams around because like well, Been announced that even with no fancy like all right. What are we doing? Like the why are we sending these teams out to Lake Tahoe? Here's the cool Optics of it going to change, you know the coffee break the ice. Yeah, like the decision to like risk it in a year. We're already you've done a pretty shity job. Like
Australia will lift weekly caps on international arrivals in an effort to get stranded citizens home
"Be back but first. Let's begin with a roundup of the latest airline and frequent flyer news from the past fortnight and fiscally moist ustralian states will restore their international arrival caps to pre-january levels from monday. The fifteenth of february following a decision at yesterday's national cabinet meeting but western australia will retain its reduced arrival cap of just five hundred twelve passengers per week until further notice as perf emerged yesterday from its five day. Covid nineteen lockdown from the fifteenth of february new south. Wales will again double number of passengers at takes per week to just over three thousand queensland will restore its capacity from five hundred to a thousand a week and victoria will increase slightly as well as the stralia. The increase in rival caps is welcome news of course for the many trillion. Still desperately trying to return home from overseas but even with lost months capacity increase out the howard springs facility near darwin. The new arrival caps as of february are still below the old caps that were in place before January when the government temporarily half those caps in in many of the states prior to lost month's reduction australia had the capacity to accept around six thousand nine hundred weekly arrivals overseas including three the howard springs facility. The number right now is about four thousand five hundred fifty per week and this will increase from the fifteenth of february to around six thousand. Eight hundred weekly arrivals which is still just below what it was a ago. The government recently said that around thirty six thousand trillions currently registered with dave fat as being stuck overseas and this number has been repeated many times in the media as representing the number of australians. Trying to return but the tree number is likely far haya as many of the papal trying to come to his trail. You have not registered with fat qantas will wet lease up to fourteen embraer. One hundred ninety regional jets from alliance airlines for the next three years qantas plans to take delivery of. Its first three least jets in june this year for use on routes between adelaide. Alice springs and darwin the jets will be crewed by alliance airlines pilots and flight attendants but flights will be marketed by qantas in have accused flight. Number corner says that the nineties which have ten business class seats and four economy seats are the right size for flights between some of australia's regional centers and smaller capital cities. Lie ellen routes like alice springs to adelaide while also offering a great range. Then qantas links. Boeing seven one seven. The nineties can fly for up to five hours. Singapore airlines full service regional subsidiary silkair has been merged into the singapore airlines brand. Singapore airlines will gradually take over service on suk's existing routes starting with flights between singapore and pikit from the fourth of march. Nine of silk as boeing seven three seven eight hundred will eventually be transferred to the parent company and although the merger has been finalized at the moment with many of the airlines. Flights grounded covid nineteen. This was already planned a well before the pandemic began soak it has been a full service. Regional airline since it began operations in nineteen ninety-two but it had been viewed by some as the poor cousin of singapore airlines singapore airlines is now addressing some of these concerns by reupholstering. The seats on its silkair planes. It will also introduce a singapore airlines dining experience on regional flights including book the cook in business clause and on routes over five hours saute skew is fascinating business clause including on routes like hands to singapore which was previously so k. Route these seven three seven flights will also now be stopped by singapore airlines trained cabin crew wearing these singapore airlines uniform. And chris whoa in-flight entertainment will be available to stream on passengers. I devices these flights will also now be part of the star alliance which is great news for frequent flyers with star alliance partner airlines. He previously got no benefits when they were put onto a silkair flight. Although there's no change velocity members because velocity already made a upon of both silkair and singapore airlines qatar airways emirates and cathay pacific are among the latest group of airlines to provide a second year of t. Status extensions to their frequent flyers. Almost every airline gave as you probably know. Twelve months status extension to top team embassy in two thousand and twenty g to the covid nineteen pandemic and the associated travel restrictions which made it difficult for people to retain this status otherwise. But it's now quite clear that the travel restrictions and get lost in some form for longer than one year and so many airlines on out. Granting a second year of status extensions all existing silver gold and
New Zealand Records 1st Suspected COVID-19 Case Since November
"Overseas now and new zealand has recorded its first community case of covid nineteen since november. The eighteenth eighteenth fifty six year old woman arrived in new zealand. On december thirty. After travelling from london and underwent two weeks of hotel isolation. the woman produced to negative tests while in isolation was released on january attain but began experiencing symptoms and return to positive test on saturday evening. She's believed to a visit. Approximately thirty locations following her release from hotel
When Could Normal Travel Resume
"Fifty two of af on and the first episode for two thousand and twenty one. It's saturday the twenty third of january. Happy new year firstly. And i hope you had a nice break over the christmas holiday period when i recorded the lost episode on the twelfth of december two thousand and twenty things looking really good in australia there was just one state border closed. It was judiciary put on christmas day and that border from south australia westminster. We did infact to reopen on schedule but sadly we own i things otherwise. Didn't quite go to plan. They was Nineteen outbreak in sydney's northern beaches. Shortly after that last episode went to air and there were also small outbreaks in melbourne brisbane. Over the summer which have caused havoc with state border restrictions. The holidays so where are we now will later in the episode. We'll look in more detail at the current state border restrictions and also coming up. We'll discuss when international borders might be able to reopen and win. Travel might be able to return to normal as well as the plight of trillions currently trying to get home and yes. You've probably noticed that the podcast does have a new intro believe it or not af on a recently celebrated its second birthday so we decided it would be a good time to freshen up things be with some new music and also a new podcast artwork which he might see if you're listening to this episode on a podcast streaming service. The background image. By the way the police sky in the puffy white clouds is actually a photo that i took somewhere. In japan on japan airlines flight took care a couple of years ago. This is the first major change we have made since the very first episode was released in december. Two thousand eighteen so hope you like it and although the podcast might sound a little different now dowry we're not making any changes to the podcast format. Well as always. Let's begin this episode with a roundup of the latest alien and frequent flyer news and today there is more news to talk about than usual since it has been over a month since the last episode. Well let's start with an update on the qantas and virgin australia. Airport lounges quotas has now reopened thirty of its thirty five domestic. Airport lounges. Well virginis trulia has now reopened five of the seven lounges. Eight plans to reopen virgins lounges. And now back up and running in brisbane sydney melbourne the gold coast and perth one. Although virgin is currently only using the apple level of it sending lounge and in melbourne passengers being sent to what used to be agents. Vip club lounge. I visited the brisbane lounge a couple of times over the summer break and well it was nice to be back in the lounge and it was pretty quiet and social. Distancing was observed. Well unfortunately the catering was very limited. There was no hot food just a few basics like syria and muffins in the morning and they were sandwiches in the evening and despite the limited food virgin is also now banned lounge guests from bringing in outside food. But i'm pleased to say that the barista's station was opened. The coffee was excellent and beer and wine was also available after twelve pm unfortunately both corners and virgina now restricting lounge access on a rival so passages that have just come off a flight and neither a-line between full nick hamas of the change when they made them. Virgin australia has hasn't read the benefit for business costs flies. Platinum and goldman is indefinitely while qantas doesn't really seem to have a policy. Although many quotas platinum members who should be allowed to use the lounge off to they arrive at nation have reported that they were denied entry. Virgin australia has now updated their website but qantas has not meanwhile quotas has permanently closed all of its airport meeting rooms and it is permanently closing. Its valet parking services in brisbane and adelaide airport in some happy news. Qantas will launch flights on seven. New regional routes in early two thousand and twenty one and cl including two to new destinations qantas announced a raf of new regional routes late. Last year for melvin to newcastle marin bela mount gambia woke up and aubrey quavos. Top flats from sydney to griffith and from adelaide to mount gambia. The knee flights will be operated by cornices regional subsidiary qantas link the announcement enraged regional rival wrecks. Which currently has a monopoly on many of those routes prompting rex to complain once again to the triple c. Corrects which is about to start boeing. Seven three seven flights on qantas invasions lucrative golden triangle reads complains that quotas trying to force it out of its profitable. Regional routes
School gate racism, education reclaimed, and family found
"You have caught an enormous something or other dragonfly. It's huge thing. I can't resist innocent and kill it. But i thought maybe we could katie swan and then if we get anymore. Let your guard just alana. Line me i'm a phd. Cantuta university of adelaide so working on parasitic wasps. My mission is to take a bit more of an appreciation awareness of what's around them which these kids have wholeheartedly. Fish-net khanna looking. It's camouflage really like i'm bringing you powerful personal stories from three generations of indigenous. Australians today talking. Racism in classrooms transcending the past triumphantly pushing past the low expectations others can have for you and on knowing who you are but hey this is a science camp. So let's get some of that good stuff out by the river without insect. Nate's i love it. Because when i was little i used to do this in the backyard. Just for the fun of it like we did one And stuff and then done things. We went touch the real big success. That's scary this year. Eleven student catherine. She's from queensland. I've always had an interest in bite of. Because when i was talking about it in school i just found it fascinating. The way things like adapted to the surroundings and how strong some animals off much study in unique. I definitely want medicine like the medicine or science and even in science the medicines. 'cause on sir fascinated about the way humans walk like animals too but mostly humans like al brain the actual in a workings about nerves and system and everything. I just find it so fascinating into the people with knowledge of that. It's just it's mind blowing to me. If you average or strait olander you make up about three percent over strategies population but just under two percent of all students enrolled at university are indigenous. That's growing by around half a percent over the last decade or side when it comes to unique courses in the natural and physical sciences. It and engineering. Less than one percent of students are indigenous for fifty medicine. That's around two point. Four percent and of course completion rights alario. But this camp is about helping to change. It's about road testing university. So my name's malcolm raleigh. I'm an epidemiologist with sorrow food and nutrition and things are about to get very real for the students right now. We're talking about their activities for the rest of the week in particular. Their inquiry is quite a lot of pressure for them. They'll need to spend a lot of their time thinking about the question that they want to investigate for the next few days and then they'll have to be ready to presented by next week. You asking them to do a scientific experiment in two days scientific inquiry that might be an experiment but might be some other activities but in today's yep They'll spend a lot of the allison day. Doing it will be under a lot of pressure. But based on previous years they do a great job so they've got to collect data they definitely have to collect data that to interpret data and to present it. All of those a pressure situation said the pressure is on from pretty much all mice now not quite a couple of days. I think feel it from tomorrow morning. Research can be conceded. A dirty word safe westhead is a young research scientist and regular mentor on these caves. He comes from reggie country new south wales research was something that was dumb on aboriginal people not with aboriginal people and certainly not let by aboriginal people but as we get more aboriginal academics in high positions within the academy. This is where we can start to see a change of the culture so we need young people. All of the students present curious and inquisitive mind and from my perspective. That's all you need to be a scientist. The rest is just learning specific language to arts of the specific questions that you come up with and that's just a process anybody can do that.
How to be Two Ways strong: Dreamtime science and finding yourself
"I'm am bob. I'm from kabul queensland coming away from queensland knowing anyone down he coming down here obama self. I was a little bit like nervous anxious about what was going to happen. I can elect make friends. 'cause i'm a little bit shy but eventually i mean caitlyn now i'm caitlyn. I'm from leading new south. Wales was really awkward at first meeting. New people are being part of a big crowd is really scary. Say i'm tony adamson. I'm a student at the university of adelaide studying a bachelor of science in wildlife conservation. Biology to yanni attained his cantonese ago as a year. Ten student herself in it triggered this enormous event in her life. Afterwards which you'll hear about next week but as a mentor he. She's living with this bunch of smart fifteen year olds who all applaud from right across australia to be here. Artem land to adelaide kabul cha to coffs harbour and for some of them. This is going to be the first time they surrounded by this many other indigenous people there i night. Some don't have much knowledge about their indigenous heritage. In fact how would you describe what feeling students have when they first arrive at this camp. Yeah definitely Nervous unsure of what to expect a lot of them are feeling a little bit vulnerable especially vulnerable in their cultural identity. I love it. I love my culture. Much like those a lot that i need to learn. I'm katie nugent. Catherine megyn i'm from queensland and just the feeling like when i'm on land when i'm with people who have a close connection to the land i just feel something as it's pride is like a really warm like feeling like i belong kind of thing and i want that connection. I don't know scott the feeling like it's only my stomach. It's a good feeling. I have a certain but it makes me eager to learn about my own culture and like we from two. When i can imagine that many of the students that you're working with don't necessarily feel a strong connection to culture yet. That's a really powerful emotion. Orange provocative question. A lot of us do know that we've lost our metro part of our culture. Ghana elda rosemary. Wang inane is here to support the students through the next nine days in her role as a cultural later on born. Fifty five psalm. Sixty three. And i can't speak language. I was born into policies that was about assimilating and being raised on missions and reserves way you contained and controlled to be manipulated soccer logically to deny your aboriginality and your cultural beliefs concert understandings and practices today. Rosemary runs heroin company which she calls the australian institute for loss and grief developing a model for healing based on her own experiences of being dislocated from her culture or congo. We missed business. I can't do ceremonies. can't practice sorry business in a traditional way so it goes back to. What do we mean as average people. What do we mean by culture. Because pre seventeen ninety eight the traditional culture very powerful structured wise of of living and being for thousands of years post civil tonight in saw it was part of that so so what. I didn't learn why can't teach my children what children can teach my grandchildren. It this program here with these kids there. My grandkids generation. That no even this than me. Yeah we've got a responsibility to these young was. Do i think talk about. What do we mean by culture because we're living in a very very continue sitting now and that's what makes aboriginal summer school for excellence in technology and science run by the sea siro unique this intimate blending of culture with science indigenous science to two way learning aboriginal people in australia have been practicing science and scientific method for sixty thousand and eighty thousand one hundred thousand. Since the first son came we have been practicing the scientific methods through medicine through nutrition through architecture through agriculture through physics through astrophysics and it really is quite accurate when people describe acids the first scientist said what we were doing now it may not have been the language of western science that we're so used to hearing about now but it's undeniable that it was science and practicing the scientific method
Julia Gillard on the year that was 2020
"Hello listeners will here. We are at the end of twenty twenty. Finally this is year any of us wanted. And if you feel as though you're limping through to the end of it you're not align wave face challenges individually and collectively as a result of covid nineteen. It's been a big adjustment for all of us to navigate life in this you way. I now familiar. Normally spain. the traveling the world for the different roles zion to take for organizations like the global institute for women's leadership and the global partnership for education. This year. I've been very much at home in adelaide. I've missed face to face. Contact the new places in the energy ideas and excitement that generated in a room full of people but there have been some upsides to not traveling. My bay my life. And i've been to sing more of my family including baby here for the start of my new great nieces life. Baby gwen joined us july. I've come to both the lies and love digital platforms and new ways of communicating and fortunately with global commitments paying online in the middle of the night has been far too common experience this year. Podcast of oncein reflected the new normal chilly while i haven't been to travel my conversations of still traverse the globe back from the safety of my home. Many of my guests reflect on the pandemics impact on gender inequality we have discussed women. The workforce and how we structure working lives leadership. And what. We want a nate from our world. Latest now they seems to be a race thinking of the traditional styles of leadership and a focus on the need to incorporate other traits like kindness empathy and compassion as we approach the end of twenty twenty. I've gone back through the many episodes we've released the and picked up some of my favorite discussions for you to enjoy someone. I've always admired. Is sally mcmanus of non sally. For many years three professional life an always fantas style of ladyship refreshing now is head of the australian council of trade unions. Sally is leading the conversation about the impact of the pandemic on the economy and working life unlike earlier disruptions often major adjustments in the economy iran manufacturing affecting time mile jobs covid nineteen disproportionately bang about women's work. We saying the impact on part-time casual work the hospitality travel and tourism industries. Sickness where the workforce tends to be a feminist one. It's become clear we need more secure jobs and less sick maintained light before the new ways of working we a pioneering now could and should stay with us and give us more flexible and gender responsive workplaces. My conversation with sally took place before curving really made an impact. So we didn't discuss these issues but i conversation went in directions. I hadn't experienced before in podcasting and really experienced in conversations with other women seven said she done things she was white for it. good at. It's so unusual to hear a woman. Say good things issues telling me a bad childhood soccer dreams. Well this is why back in the dice obese. Would've been in the early eighties. And i was really good at soccer. And i had two younger brothers so sort of used to roughing it with my brothers and always the name to stronger than them to until i hit puberty and that was something i was happy about but anyway i was. I used to play soccer at lunchtime with the boys. The boys doing so. I used to play soccer after school and the coach would just let me join in and always the best in the team and really really wanted to play because it go to the way candid that be the match on and i couldn't fly because ridiculous rules saying that goes couldn't play in the boys teams. They ended up taking it to through the hierarchy of the soccer club and they had a meeting in that. Assad no goes cop. Line the team and for me as a ten year old it just same so ridiculous but so deeply unfair like this is something that i love but not only did i love. I was better than all the like. Why couldn't i use that skill at a my simple child mind back then. I thought well it's just because i'm not a boy. Well that's it so. I bought my brother's school uniform and i went to school the next day and are lined up in the boys line and i said i'm no longest sally shine and that's it. I thought that that would as a successful way of getting into the soccer team. Now did that word. Disaster a total disaster. That school didn't react well. My parents certainly did not react. Well i think thought it was probably more than it was. It was just simply may wanting to play soccer. I'm sure schools would deal with this much better these days but they did not deal with it. Well so i remember the next time on the sent me to school with the clip. Some buzzy my hair which julie ripped off the minute. I got around the corner but unfortunately it didn't make it into the soccer team
Can your employer force you to get a COVID-19 vaccine?
"Daybreak and answer to oppressing vaccination question. Can an employer force you to get the covert 19 vaccine? Companies will soon have to make decisions about their policies. News. It's Angela Cock today spoke to a local legal expert about the issue. What's her verdict? Anjali Good morning, So the short answer is yes, they can require the vaccine. But the bigger question is, will they and that answer is a little more complicated. I spoke to Amy Atalay, a partner at the law from Crete developed here in Indianapolis, she says some companies have expressed worry they may lose employees or that requiring the vaccine will affect company morale. But Adelaide also says there has already been Maurine. Employer rights given this is a pandemic. Unlike other vaccines, like the flu, the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has said Cove in 19 is a direct threat. That's why employers have been able to ask questions about symptoms and mandate testing now requiring the vaccine can be challenged. Atalay says employers can ask for religious accommodations. For example, those of combinations could include working from home or can that employees work in an area that's isolated from others? Going to come down to each employer looking at it industry deciding what are the threats to our customers? Our patients are employees and then deciding what we want our policy to be, regardless of what the law might say we can do or can't do in terms of mandatory vaccinations. But what do we want our policy to be for our employees now, Adelaide says rights of all employees need to be considered, including those who don't get vaccines. And she also told me she expects we will hear more from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in the coming weeks on its position on requiring the vaccine
Why are health authorities still struggling to communicate?
"I'm helter for teigen. Tayla and opposition journalists daughter. Norman swan tuesday the first of december and this time a year ago there was a virus circulating in hubei province just starting to reported probably sprayed from mid-november and things are just gathering pace under the radar one year ago. We'll have to deep dive into the early days of the virus. But not today norman. Okay hold myself back well. The last couple of days have been a role ride again in adelaide. Norman we've heard about a man who was out and about with covid and there were question marks about whether he should have been an isolation or not and the communication seems a bit messy. And it's been a bit hard to know what he was expected to do. Or whether he understood what he was expected to do. And even now i can't really make sense of what he was expected to do whether he knew it or not. How do we make sense of these sorts of things and if we can't communicate it well then. How do we know that people actually know what to do. Yeah i think what you're seeing here is an early forgetfulness. If you like of the key message from this pandemic throughout deploy doesn't matter really what country you're in is that if you've got consistent messaging from the leadership in other words political leadership and your public health dealership then people trust that and the follow it and hopefully that advice is solid and australia by large. It has been solid. So that from prime minister to brandon murphy and from dana andrews and brett sutton and alan chang and so on so in other words. You've you've had your good synchrony. We've had very policies in australia in terms of lockdown okay. They've been controversial. But communication has been fairly consistent now in toria the data looked they were transparent but the actually weren't that transparent sometimes very hard for us to make sense of what they were actually saying. And i think that reflected robin name being deliberately obscure. It just reflected the fact that they're contact tracing was in a bit of a mess and therefore the really have good data to pass on. So now you've got this situation and it's very important to remember this because support for the next pandemic important if the coronavirus comes back in australia. Such as you've had in south australia is that surfaced jones behaviorally well differently. They've come forward to be tested however a wobble like this does create a problem for community understanding because the temptation here of course is to victim blame. Oh there's this guy and he's out in a boat and probably even imply that yesterday on corona cast. He's been out of the boat. What a decayed during this and so on and so forth it turns out. He's actually behave quite well. And if there was confusion over communication that confusion has been all levels the understanding. We seem to have got yesterday. Was that he in fact was a casual. Contact was told to wait until he was tested. He was tested. And i said we got the result. The result was negative so he wasn't in quarantine and then he was told to get another test at eleven days which apparently was positive and it was while he was positive that he was out in a boat. I'm not sure that the nudity was positive but he was out in about roundabout that period of time. So it's just another example where you're creating danger when you're not sure of your facts and and you jump in people us we jump into and but we are assuming that the information is accurate. Not making any excuses about this is just another lesson that how the authorities communicate is essential to the control of the pandemic and to this one. Because it's not over yet
The Joanne Ratcliffe And Kirste Gordon Case
"Les- and kath ratcliffe and their two children thirteen year. Old david and eleven year old joanne would dedicated red legged supporters. They attended most games during football season. Including the nineteen seventy three round twenty clash against the roosters. That day leads parked that car knee. What was then the river. Torrens police station and to jolie's boat ramp and the group made their way across to delight oval shortly before the gang commenced at two ten pm. The ratcliff family took a seat in grow l. of the sir edwin smith grandstand their derain into friend and fellow. Red legs fan. Rada hakko radar locked. The ratcliffe was part of the usual crowd of red legs supporters. She had brought along her four year old granddaughter. Kirsty gordon for the first time. Despite this seven year. Age gap. Joe into an immediate sean to kirsty. It was their first time meeting but the girls quickly became friends. They spent the majority of their time playing together and with other children in the grandstand while the adults watched the game australian rules. Football games are divided into four thirty minute quarters quarter time refers to a six minute break that occurs at the end of the first and third quarters. There is also a twenty minute break halfway through the match. Less and kath ratcliffe didn't allow their children to wonder off during these breaks or the game's final quarter. This was said they would avoid getting caught up amongst the crowds rushing to use the toilets boy snacks or leave early early in the game. Kirsty needed to use the bathroom. And the ratcliffe. Let joe in escort her to the nearest toilet block. Roughly three hundred meters away lessened. Cath trust the dead ordering tighly. Joann was mature. You of her age always followed their instruction. And you what to do. In case of emergency the nearest toilets were located in thoroughfare. The joan crespo grandstand next to where the wrecked cliffs and rate hakuou was say did multiple busy walkways lead de including the one that circled the perimeter of the oval joanne. Kirsty returned from the toilets with the incident lyda. They went to fond straws for their drinks at approximately three forty five. Am enduring the third quarter of the match. Kirsty needed to use the bathroom again. Given there was still plenty of time until the break. The ratcliffe allowed joanne to a school. Kirsty wants more twenty minutes. Past and joanne and kirsty still hadn't returned to their sates. As three quarter tone drew closer less ratcliffe went in search of the pair. Hey expected to find them. Playing on route to the toilets but didn't spot aid the girl on the shore walk once. He raised the toilet block onto the john chriswell grandstand. He asked a woman to check the all toilets on his behalf. Not they joanne. Nor kirsty wherein sawed at four non pay 'em the three quarter break commenced. Hundreds of spectators flooded the concourses blading to the toilets and concession stands as well mary the iron gates at the southern entrance of the oval. Where i've been this allowed the general public to bypass the tunstall's and dented the grand free of charge to watch the end of the match won the game entered. It's fun. Oh quarter at four seventeen pm. Joe in kirsti was still nowhere to be sane although the roosters were well ahead before the break the red legs made a comeback. The nail budding spectacle during in more spectators and roiling up those already present the energy adelaide oval was intense dhabi month. The secretary of the south australian cricket association was overseeing the match in the oval secretary's office when a panicked cath rackliff arrive. Shane foam domon. That joe in and kirsty were missing and requested that an announcement be made over the public address system. Monroe refused sorting a rule. That prevented me gang. Nance bence in case at disrupted play. Hey told cath to inform a police officer though may be no attempt to allow. The office saw that happened to be sitting in his office at the time. Mundane instructed cath to return to her. Say competent that the girls would make their way back soon. Direct cliffs andromeda hukou spent the remainder of the game searching the joanne and kirsty at full forty. nine pm. the fun sarin rang signaling. The end of the gain there was still no sign of the goes as the crowd dispersed. The rack cliffs returned to the secretary's office and demanded an announcement be made
Twenty years of climate extremes
"The year two thousand and twenty was always going to be a tantalizing horizon for future thinkers even at symmetry conjures the clear-sightedness and precision of twenty twenty vision. Too which policymakers in resist manages. Always aspire twenty years ago. Most of southern australia was still in the group of the millenium drought. The dry conditions broke records around the nation. Perth stems where their lowest. Since the first world war and the southeast of the country was on its way to the dryest shania period since recordkeeping began as the bureau of meteorology. Put it at the time. This was the nation's first climate change drought. That observation came hot. On the heels of the third assessment report of the intergovernmental panel on climate change which made headlines around the world with this conclusion that there is new and stronger evidence that most of the global warming observed over the last fifty years is attributable to human activities if suburban households become complacent about the household woody's than the drought was a wakeup call across the nation. Education campaigns and water saving devices joined water restrictions in an effort to ease pressure on limited urban water supplies in melbourne for instance the voluntary target. One five five campaign aimed more than half the daily water consumption of residents by encouraging shorter showers while imposing strict limits on watering gardens washing the car. Brisbane went even further aiming to reduce residential would consumption to one hundred and forty liters of water per person per day. The rain water tank in grey water. Recycling became suburban. Must haves offering the means to keep gardens green in trying conditions as the damn levels so lower and lower state governments turned desalination with perth leading the way in two thousand six a prospect that was unthinkable just a decade earlier other states took notice and before long desalination plants were on the drawing board for the gold coast sydney melbourne and adelaide. But for the most part by the time those projects were completed. The rains had returned to the east coast and the plants built. There were dismissed as wipe elephants journalist. Chris noticed this change in the weather himself as he reflected in the updated edition of his book on the murray darling basin in two thousand and ten browsing through his local bookshop. He'd realized that he's book. The river somehow migrated from the environment and ecology section where. It's just six months ago to a new place on the history shows even so this record linear rainfall that broke the millenium. Drought did not turn back the clock. A drying trend continued across the south of the continent particularly in the southwest. Where winter rains had been in decline since the nineteen seventies julian part to human induced climate change indeed while eastern australia record high levels of rainfall in late twenty ten and in twenty eleven perth and much of southwestern austrailia experienced record dry weather. This is just some of the challenges of planning for both climate variability and climate change on a continent of extremes. It's been looking ahead into the future. That's being one of the ways in which ustralian have long tried to come to terms with this continent of extreme climate variability in twenty eleven. The climate commission released its first report declaring that australia was facing the critical decade back. Then of course. The climate commission was a federal government body established under the gillard government but it was dissolved under the abbott government. Soon after its election in two thousand thirteen the decade to twenty twenty. The climate commission's report argued was critical in terms of meeting the two degrees celsius guardrail by curbing emissions of carbon dioxide in the decade to twenty twenty global emissions had to be well on track to reaching by twenty fifty to limit the planet's warming taking the temperature on the nation's progress towards this goal in twenty seventeen the climate council the independent body that rose from the ashes of the climate commission declared that australia was now known as global climate lagged already the concentration of carbon dioxide emissions had tipped over four hundred parts per million higher than at any other time for millions of us and the planet's temperature was over one degree higher than temperatures before the industrial revolution of the eighteenth century. The report warned that the window of opportunity to limit worsening climate impacts is closing and already climate events were getting worse pointing not only to bush fires and hate waves but also to drought and drying across the south of the continent. Just as the gun. I report of two thousand. Eight and countless other scientific studies had predicted two thousand and nineteen was the driest year since records began in one thousand nine hundred and it was the country's warmest year in fact all these since two thousand thirteen are among the ten warmest on record australia. The impact of climate changes lead to longer more intense fire seasons and an increase in the average number of elevated fire weather days as measured by the forest fire danger index twenty nine thousand nine so the highest cumulated index on record fires have burned before an australian but never like those we saw over the summer. It's called comfort knowing that this disaster was nice surprise after all the two thousand eight garner report warned that fire seasons will start earlier and the slightly lighter and generally be more intense. This effect increases over time but should be directly observable by twenty twenty in another ten to twenty years time 2019 white. Be so unusual. Although this use emissions might be lower thanks to the covid lockdowns and the air might be cleaner. The concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere like carbon dioxide continues to rise and the period two thousand sixteen to twenty twenty looks set to be the warmest five year period on record. Unfortunately a few months of slowing down can't make up for the decades upon decades of greenhouse gas emissions that have accumulated in the atmosphere. He street is weighing heavily on the planet's climate future.
"adelaide" Discussed on Coronacast
"I'm health reported taken tyler. Opposition and journalist author norman swan. It's thursday the nineteenth of november. Big day yes. Big day especially for people in south australia where yesterday we were hearing that. Not only have a south. Australians going into an incredibly tough lockdown but a short one. we're also hearing the chief public health officer nicholas spirited talking about how this strain that circulating at adelaide ease different. It's shorter incubation period. People with it don't seem to have as many symptoms. What do we know about this strain in adelaide and it truly is different or if it's just looking like it's acting differently. This was said during the crossroads motel outbreak. In new south wales when the virus spread from victoria it was said there was a shorter incubation period. More likely to spread <hes>. E- symptomatically and explaining why there was a really significant superspreader event in that hotel in new south wales. Now we've not heard very much about that since that was certainly at the beginning. Now the saying the same thing here. Now i've i've spoken to a couple of people who kind of know how this virus behaves and they wonder whether or not in fact what's going on is that you've actually got super sporting events and they're so significant the super spreader events. You start to wonder whether or not the incubation short and could be true. It's still not clear what the virus is. What the subset of the covid nineteen viruses. The has been a stream code in for three nine k which has been picked up in south australia. It's not entirely clear whether that's the form that circulating not that's one that's growing uk europe and really quite common there. It's on the spike. It's where it looks the so-called h two receptor which is how you get the lock and key mechanism going into the <hes>. The cell and people have looked at various strains and wondered whether or not there are significant characteristic. So what what are they talking about here is to use technical terms a short replication cycle. In other words it replicates very quickly but it infects people and the more like. It's more likely to cause a symptomatic disease upfront. That's the kind of picture that i suspect. The chief health officer in south australia was <hes>. Was communicating whether that's going to bear out when you look at this and when you compare the data from europe i mean clearly it's coming from the uk. Certainly this in forty nine k. is coming from the. uk. The have been suggestions in the uk that they're getting some short incubation periods viruses with a symptomatic spreads. Certainly you've got a lower mortality rate but hospitals are filling up. So i think this is a story that had to pan out but it's clearly spooked the authorities now. The you cannot separate the lockdown from the belief that this is a short replication cycle more infectious virus could spread he symptomatically. That's what they believe. You got to try and extinguish this virus. You've gotta get outside australia and the only way to get this virus outer and extinguish it. 'cause you don't have any anti viral treatments is by lockdown and stopping people from mixing and stop them sharpened quickly and stop the virus spreading. That's the way to extinguish the virus. I'm reminded you had james hatfield back in march if you can remember back. That far on the health report norman. And he made the point that the golden rule of networks basically the family trays viruses. <hes> is that if it looks like the virus is behaving differently. Ninety nine percent of the time it's actually because of the epidemiology or the way that the humans the house of the virus are interacting with each other so could not be possible that it's just the way were behaving rather than the virus itself. Yes exactly that's the point. I was making a few minutes ago. Which was that could be. Just had some really quite dramatic super spreading events that were worried about. Its pizza parlor. Four thousand people for goodness sake are in isolation although now it's the whole population that's an isolation you also could. Well be the the behavior. Rather suddenly an appearance of a new strain that scott these characteristics particularly when the strain that hit from victoria into new south wales there were saying the same thing and they went quiet on that because in the end i don't i'm not so sure that the virus that they got into new south wales was so terribly different from the one in victoria and i don't think people were arguing victoria that it had particularly unusual characteristics.
So what's the deal with this new coronavirus strain in Adelaide?
"I'm health reported taken tyler. Opposition and journalist author norman swan. It's thursday the nineteenth of november. Big day yes. Big day especially for people in south australia where yesterday we were hearing that. Not only have a south. Australians going into an incredibly tough lockdown but a short one. we're also hearing the chief public health officer nicholas spirited talking about how this strain that circulating at adelaide ease different. It's shorter incubation period. People with it don't seem to have as many symptoms. What do we know about this strain in adelaide and it truly is different or if it's just looking like it's acting differently. This was said during the crossroads motel outbreak. In new south wales when the virus spread from victoria it was said there was a shorter incubation period. More likely to spread E- symptomatically and explaining why there was a really significant superspreader event in that hotel in new south wales. Now we've not heard very much about that since that was certainly at the beginning. Now the saying the same thing here. Now i've i've spoken to a couple of people who kind of know how this virus behaves and they wonder whether or not in fact what's going on is that you've actually got super sporting events and they're so significant the super spreader events. You start to wonder whether or not the incubation short and could be true. It's still not clear what the virus is. What the subset of the covid nineteen viruses. The has been a stream code in for three nine k which has been picked up in south australia. It's not entirely clear whether that's the form that circulating not that's one that's growing uk europe and really quite common there. It's on the spike. It's where it looks the so-called h two receptor which is how you get the lock and key mechanism going into the The cell and people have looked at various strains and wondered whether or not there are significant characteristic. So what what are they talking about here is to use technical terms a short replication cycle. In other words it replicates very quickly but it infects people and the more like. It's more likely to cause a symptomatic disease upfront. That's the kind of picture that i suspect. The chief health officer in south australia was Was communicating whether that's going to bear out when you look at this and when you compare the data from europe i mean clearly it's coming from the uk. Certainly this in forty nine k. is coming from the. uk. The have been suggestions in the uk that they're getting some short incubation periods viruses with a symptomatic spreads. Certainly you've got a lower mortality rate but hospitals are filling up. So i think this is a story that had to pan out but it's clearly spooked the authorities now. The you cannot separate the lockdown from the belief that this is a short replication cycle more infectious virus could spread he symptomatically. That's what they believe. You got to try and extinguish this virus. You've gotta get outside australia and the only way to get this virus outer and extinguish it. 'cause you don't have any anti viral treatments is by lockdown and stopping people from mixing and stop them sharpened quickly and stop the virus spreading. That's the way to extinguish the virus. I'm reminded you had james hatfield back in march if you can remember back. That far on the health report norman. And he made the point that the golden rule of networks basically the family trays viruses. is that if it looks like the virus is behaving differently. Ninety nine percent of the time it's actually because of the epidemiology or the way that the humans the house of the virus are interacting with each other so could not be possible that it's just the way were behaving rather than the virus itself. Yes exactly that's the point. I was making a few minutes ago. Which was that could be. Just had some really quite dramatic super spreading events that were worried about. Its pizza parlor. Four thousand people for goodness sake are in isolation although now it's the whole population that's an isolation you also could. Well be the the behavior. Rather suddenly an appearance of a new strain that scott these characteristics particularly when the strain that hit from victoria into new south wales there were saying the same thing and they went quiet on that because in the end i don't i'm not so sure that the virus that they got into new south wales was so terribly different from the one in victoria and i don't think people were arguing victoria that it had particularly unusual characteristics.
Trouble brewing for tennis in Australia
"We've had some news tonight from australia. That a lot of the plans that they'd had in place that we understood them to be from the interviews that criteria the tournament director done. All the idea. Was that players would come in. Mid-december do that. Two weeks of quarantine play all of the pre australian open tournaments in melbourne To reduce travel and potential spreading of the virus. And that has. We've been told tonight in reporting by tennis channel. Initially that is not going to be viable. That players are not going to be allowed to come into the country as things stand in december at all and the first day that they will be allowed to set foot in the country as the first of january. Which if they are required to do two weeks quarantine at that point would take them up to about three or four days before the australian open is due to begin which is hardly ideal at the very least and potentially threatens the entire australian tennis summa Certainly those preview those run-up tournaments that That they would hope to run whether the couple for some of the other events that they might bring over from brisbane and adelaide and sydney. We don't know officially wear tennis australia. Stand on this at the moment. We we've only heard this news in the last few hours and it does follow comments from the premier of victoria. Saying that it's absolutely not a done deal. Plays can come in in december you know because of the logistical issues of bringing all these people in and they've spent such a long time in lockdown getting rid of the virus dampening down to the fact that they've had apparently zero cases over the last couple of weeks new cases So we don't really know where we stunned. I think the what kind of expect they may end up doing if this continues in plaza not allowed to come until the end of december. The the first week in january is to try to coincide the two weeks of quarantine with those tournaments and be able to get permission for players to practice and play competitively. I would imagine in some sort of bubble whilst effectively quarantining and therefore that would make it doable for them. Not only to run additional tournaments but also to play the strain open. But catherine this is Just generally this is a pretty alarming state of affairs. isn't it given. it's not that far away now. Now we're talking about plays plays would have been booked in planning to travel in less than a month's time to australia significantly less than a month's time in in some someplace cases and particularly exum i think because because the tennis will the i thought okay. I mean the the barriers to entry to australian and the price of entry is incredibly high but once their once the tennis world is there and and post three days barriers. It's a it's a kind of safe haven for tennis to exist for while and and flourish for oil for that to be thrown into some uncertainty Is is quite discombobulating. Ready an i. I can only imagine how the players in the tools feel about it. I i completely respect the position of If the australian government absolutely i mean we are in a glass house in terms of criticizing the likes of australia's Approach to risk averse approach to To covid nineteen absolutely But yet the timing of it is is very disconcerting. Absolutely me i'd say something. I keeps coming back to me when we have in the events after the us. Open rome and run gar austin a couple of times match just mentioned. I'm watching this. And i'm still wondering whether it really is right. You know to see all this international travel when this is going on it. Just it's hard to put the two together as much as we love the sport and wanted to be out to be viable at the moment.
Why South Australia's outbreak isn't going away anytime soon
"So norman. let's talk about south australia again today. And we know that they are dealing with an outbreak there at the moment. It's really early days and it's sort of hard to tell how it's going to go Yesterday we heard that didn't seem to be much in the way of community transmission which is good to hia. But it's a bit too early to go awesome new community transmission. We're outta the woods isn't it. It is and just need to remind cast listeners. Not they need to be reminded because they're no world authorities on the corona virus but this virus can go underground it can go underground with younger people asymmetric spread and then just pop sometime later and it can be some weeks later and just remind you. In washington state at the beginning of the pandemic it went underground for about weeks and this has been going now for over a week. Some suggestions even back to the seventh of november rather than the nine th of november. Which is what we thought the day when we started this discussion about south australia. That's a long time for the virus to be out there and circulating. And you just don't know where it's gone and there may be another sub cluster or spread somewhere else which just will pop up in a few days time or even in a couple of weeks time so you just cannot relax and it means that testing numbers should be really high. Should be looking at sewage and They maybe even should be starting to think about asymmetric testing as well. So that you you you. You getting mass testing of communities because the numbers of tests actually luke low pro rata thinking of south australia's about a quarter of the size of melbourne population wise. They still feel low. And i don't have the numbers to hand but when there was breaking shepherds and a lot of people came forward disproportionately far more than the coming forward inside the straight and it's not just people who are asymptomatic it yes it can go under the right out people who have low or no symptoms but in addition to that. There's these few days lag between when someone's exposed to the virus and then when they start showing symptoms or test positive for it so that life cycle of the virus kind of can play on. How complacency if we let it. That's right so five days is average but it can be longer than that and the near you get to win. Symptoms would have come out but you start to become positive more and more positive five to eight days into the infection. Then that positivity rate declines and just having one test for example may not be enough. You may have to go back for more so this is something that you just cannot relax about you. Just go to be on now for the next couple of weeks. At least so. What do we know about the numbers of south. Australians who are trying to get tested. Because i'm hearing anecdotal reports that people are trying and turned away. Yup about happened to be totally in the early days where they just hadn't got the pop up testing and the increased capacity. So hopefully that's going to improve dramatically but it was pretty unimpressive on day. One in terms of the response to the numbers of southeastern is kind of coming forward for tasting. We hear krona. cast listeners. Have been telling us that they got the results. Pretty quickly as indeed shoot and in any event you don't know how many people left the lines because they got fed up waiting. It's really important that people do come forward. There was a disturbing survey from the bureau statistics which they'd survey people and find that about half one and two. Australians would not come forward for testing of the only mild symptoms they would have more would come forward severe symptoms but not mild symptoms. Such remind people that mild symptoms are problem too. But we put the call out yesterday to you listeners. Especially those of you. Who are living in south australia to say what's happening with you. And how you feeling. And a bunch of you responded. Thank you so much for that. And kate saying she waited for three hours yesterday to get her child tested but the result came back today negative thankfully in less than twenty four hours a long time to wait to get the test but pretty quick turnaround of the results. You it's really a communist. Spirit there to actually do that and get into that lines. Stick it out because you're you're thinking about others as well as yourself so that's fantastic and then we got win. Who's sort of at the other end of the spectrum saying gwynn's pretty ticked off at a massive overreaction was is she's calling it too every time someone sneezes. She was looking forward to traveling to queensland to see her parents. Nash go without being forced into hotel. Quarantine that she can't afford and she's saying that the new south wales leader is the only one being sensible about all these of course. The state is not knowing how much virus there is in south australia but that should become clear over the next few days. It probably is an overreaction to close the borders the risk is low. They could do what they did before. Which is that we know. This is a para fueled cluster and the The clusters reasonably localized at the moment. They could limit the people coming in from those particular areas but adelaide is a small town. And so it's much harder to divide off the suburbs as easily.
"adelaide" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"It was announced on television. And that's really the puzzling thing. Is that the government. Didn't give your chain to have is race. Set this new at the end of the season. Knicks arbiter them. But the kids if you look at the factors so why. The event was in decline as the season. I in february botch another. That would have been addressed diverge. You would have moved away from beyond its would have been the big shellings hound would have had the cleaner that it may take would have been able to attract a bigger audience because it wasn't competing against something else You know the weather upset of would have been probably a bit cooler than in that february march period the season ending has gone pre link. That was the season finale. full milwaukee. There was so much going for a four site given that that was on the table. It's a bit of a cop out day. Pull the plug when you haven't tried this reset given it ever government essentially created this environment way. The event was struggling because of its place in time and he's genuine. You know we're tentative. That looks good. wasn't taken out and dumbs way not yet ecoystems doubt as well which freed up that season ending spots. So it's It's unfortunate to sue counts Season finale back in fact that my but when the the grand prix shot at back. It and the coolest cold iran before years until titled to bannon. Yes with our heads. Dillard's about that background. I'll the grow bre- actually got to as late where it was really. It surprised a lot of people. Because you know they're getting foam lewanda world championship cone. Priverty centered around melton coat apocalypse doubt endless supplies at straight circuit sydney. Which never materialized at adelaide comes with this. Id to summarize. It's sequentially advisory of was planning to have rice for just ninety six and the sort of steamroller at the time. No one is looking expanded. It surrealism's beyond your digits over the paces fell in it It was beautiful to eighty five. It was a pair But in fact if you look at this decision now you can oversee the you know some of the difficulties even back then. Either part of the condition for easing the parkland. It's while it's that there would be no turning facility. Your term instruction bill and that was an ongoing issue Including that lifelock hundred because that's just increases the build cost every year so you can stay whites hotta justify when you don't have that facility out of poc does we're considering our role in and research dish. The building that stay at light has to build from scratch. And i down again. Within the spice. The few months. It's that challenge. That was there from day. One and some makes it harder for government to justify witness that extra spend build in fact interesting because both our pack and asil has a similar structure a multi purpose building. That in both cases is used sport and that both sports. I think out in both possible. That thing And that's the very thing could say bane something. Urban probably be at the adelaide raises my baby. Jake something like that gutter over the line. Most looking back. You've done adrian fascinating history because there's an enormous amount of money. They founded to aba light on invasive. Very wisely final of by business and free enterprise the race or some hotel to all things infrastructure. Made it when a big mr town whether that be f- osa because you must've found that interesting a bigot alassio book. Yeah absolutely and if you look back at When at light trading ninety five the government sitters a win on the aggressive strategy desirable groups gutter. Replace something and we probably can't replace that we've event of the same size magnitude so they decided to do was invest in their mothers different set of smaller events. And that's where the electron hundred for example came along later it's The question now is what comes next. And you know there's soaker formula a and and that's been in the in the park for a while that are remains to be saying it really is. It really is the genuine prospect that this could be the end for the light streak sick as we know. Sorry it's definitely going to have an affair tone not just starting to swell started. Let us vote because it takes away one of the big machi events sued because it doesn't date just kills the side of the season. No having that big marchais marking both terms words It was amazing kickoff to happen. I think too many many rights. Say that right but great events with the rock growth traded or whatever else when the other thing that i find really fascinating politics of it and then it took joke bannon in the labor pie. He to get this thing happening in the first and it was decisiveness by that labor party. And you know maybe they say oh. That's typical party. Just taking a risk something. You might work that they go to going there back. Some you know twenty five All started years ago thirty five years ago and now at interesting saliva he. He put a tendency if you want the rice back here again. You're going to have to fight as twenty. Yeah that's what i. I sort of touched on earlier. That sets up this really interesting debate in terms of politics because it is going to become a red hot topic at the next election in twenty twenty two years labor promises that if i get empowered our state and of scientific understanding that whereas the liberals currently in power you know how bill interest seller. It's you know. It's i wonder how realistic that is given that it's very hot. These events once love stopped and contracts of come to an end and lose that the that the infrastructure is likely to be sold off it becomes very difficult to then restarts and rebuild once again so It's of united setup. Interesting political divide. Because it's under its you know. This is the third event the adelaide street circuit. That's sort of a number of the axe under a liberal government and Sets its closed at sort of big political debate here in la now. The other aspect of the is shane out. Back in nineteen eighty five Incur that year and of course it was the final round of the championship and there was some great in rice's over the years in adelaide fashion. Anything where An aunt had the privilege of looking involve giants falling ever seven years ago and seeing that later john bannon Of jain to put a proposal to organize the right. Now.
"adelaide" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"In Palo for Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia. Will Manica. If you're just tuning in for the first time here's the deal. We're telling the stories of women from throughout history and around the world who you may not know about but definitely should an honor of women's History Month. March is all about feminists women who fought for gender equity part of the reason. We decided to create encyclopedia. Manica was to rectify the fact that women were often missing from the pages of our history books growing up. That absence is also notable when it comes to public statues of two thousand eleven just eight percent of public outdoor statues in the US depicted women according to the Smithsonian American art museums. Art Inventories Catalog. The lack of such art exemplifies the fact that women's historical contributions are too often undervalued or ignored. Our feminist of the day worked to change that she was devoted to promoting gender equality and was known as the sculptor of the women's movement. Let's talk about Adelaide Johnson. Sarah Adeline Johnson was born in Eighteen fifty nine and Plymouth Illinois on her family's farm. She first began her artistic studies at the Saint. Louis School of design. She excelled there and her work was exhibited at the Saint Louis Exposition of eighteen. Seventy seven where? She won. Two prizes for woodcarvings. Sarah was unconventional in eighteen. Seventy eight. She changed her name from Sarah. Adeline to add lead a name. She thought had more dramatic flair. Adelaide moved to Chicago and supported herself with her art. In January of eighteen eighty. Two Adelaide suffered serious injury. She was hurrying to her studio when she slipped and fell twenty feet down an open elevator shaft. She sued the company at Fault and received fifteen thousand dollars. She used the money to fund further artistic study in Europe Athletes Sculpture in Dresden Germany and in Rome Italy and worked in cities including London New York and Washington by the Eighteen Ninety S. It was clear in her work that she was dedicated to the feminist movement in eighteen ninety three at the world's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. She exhibited individual busts of the most famous suffer. Just's her goal was to have those sculptures placed in the US Capitol building alongside the men who shaped the country. But the people with the power to make that happen. We're not into instead. The busts served a much different purpose in eighteen ninety six Adelaide married a British businessman. Eleven years her. Junior named Frederick Jenkins. The ceremony bucked tradition. The suffragettes busts served as Adelaide's brides means the minister was a woman. And Frederick took Adelaide's last name. He said he did so as the trip. You love pays to genius Fun Fact Adelaide. In Frederick were both Vegetarians. Still that wasn't enough to keep the marriage going and the couple divorced after twelve years Adelaide remained determined to get a statue honoring the suffragettes into the US Capitol. She received a commission from the National Woman's Party an organization founded by Alice. Paul will be covering later this month and Lucy Burns out of an eight ton slab of marble. Adelaide sculpted what she called memorial to the pioneers of the Women's suffrage movement. It's a statue of Lucretia Mott Elizabeth Katie Stanton and Susan B Anthony. The National Woman's party successfully fought for the piece to be dedicated at the capitol. Congress did so on Susan B. Anthonys Birthday February Fifteenth Nineteen Twenty One and held a reception honoring Adelaide. Despite the fanfare the sculpture was placed in the crypt of the Capitol building. For more than seventy years it was finally moved to the Rotunda in nineteen ninety seven. The completion of that piece was Adelaide's career apex afterwards. She struggled financially. She was picky about sales refusing to sell her art for less than what she thought it was worth. Adelaide also failed to pay taxes and was therefore evicted before moving out. She protested inviting members of the press to watch her disfigure. Her work truly strapped for cash. Adelaide even attempted to turn things around by competing on TV quiz show. Adelaide was a passionate talented artist and activist with a big personality. She frequently lied about her age going so far as to have a celebration for her one hundredth birthday when she was just eight. Adelaide died in nineteen fifty five. She was ninety six years old. She's buried at the Congressional cemetery in Washington. Dc All month. We're talking about feminists. We've covered feminists in everything. So far differentiates this month. Is that will be looking at women who were particularly important to the women's rights movement the suffrage movement and door modern feminism and feminist theory on Saturdays. We're talking about modern feminists brought to you by this month. Sponsor fiber on Sundays were highlighting favourite feminists. From past months chosen by other podcast hosts. We love for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing. Check out. Our New Encyclopedia were manteca newsletter. You can also follow us on facebook and Instagram at encyclopedia with Monica. And you can follow me directly on twitter at Jenny. Kaplan this month of Encyclopedia Manica is brought to you by fiber fibers an online digital services marketplace connecting businesses with women who are creating designing copywriting programming editing and more for women the ability to work flexibly on our own terms is highly valued five one of the rare platforms. Globally women are on average making nineteen percent more than men. 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"adelaide" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Against it like i haven't got too far into the book of but i did reads the first chapter and i'm not gonna run it forever i want people to redo this book i won't be able to buy this book and truck who again a sean few start city of evil shocking real story of adelaide strange and violent underbelly oh by apparently made new a tv series yes the book does have a little circle the ted as seen on tv on jimmy no it wasn't the bookers on tv it was made into a tv series like i say.
"adelaide" Discussed on Adelaide Fringe Podcast
"Atalay themes Christopher. Potier that defines a city. Welcome to Adelaide fringe podcast where we take you behind the curtain of the largest arts festival in the southern hemisphere to help you navigate your best fringe experience in this episode, Heather crawl director. And CEO of the Adelaide fringe reveals some of the highlights from Adelaide fringe festival two thousand nineteen including the amazing statistics that demonstrate just how successful these. He is fringe has been today is our final episode for season one. We have absolutely loved sharing fringe two thousand nine teen excitement with you and look forward to more action and behind the scenes sneak peeks in season two at allayed fringe podcast is recorded on the traditional lands of the Ghana people with big thanks to Adelaide fringe principal partner. Bank say. Fringe two thousand nine finished with a bang now the dust has had time to set a little bit. There's regional tool is going on mount Gabby is just happened while is about to happen. But then we wanted to take some time to reflect and Luke how wall was so amazing at fringe in two thousand nineteen well, we've just had an absolutely bumper fringe it's beyond all expectations. Really? We grew ticket sales by seventeen and a half percent is never has happened in the history of fringe to grow. So might so I'm to see ticket growth like that in one year. I mean for the last ten years or so we've had constant growth between seven percent and ten percent every year, which is pretty phenomenal. But to C seventeen and a half percent growth in ticket sales in one year's amazing in the end result. Eight hundred twenty eight thousand five hundred sixty three tickets, so an incredible number. We've set ourselves a target. By twenty twenty two two. So a million tickets. We actually look like we're on track to do that. Now, so already now eight hundred twenty thousand plus this year worth nineteen and a half million dollars. What's really amazing about that box? Office figure is that we're not for profit the Adelaide fringe. So we are selling the tickets on behalf of the artists. And now those dollars all those dollars of ticket sales have now been paid out to the artists, and that's a massive injection into the arts industry direct from the customer pocket, you know, people voting with their feet and going to say shows to support artist. It's caught a phenomenal figure to look at. And we here to try and make sure that artists have the best possible fringe experience that they can have threes ago. We made a very brave decision to implement a whole new digital platform at the Adelaide fringe, a brand new ticketing service. We had to throw away what we'd been using for nearly twenty years. And when you do something as significant as that, it's it's very high risk. It was done at high speed lots of energy resources staff. Everything we threw everything at that China. It was one of the biggest changes the fringes implemented in in its history. And what we feeling now is that it was all worth it. It was very hard work. And now it's well what we've done is. We've created a platform that Mike's it really easy for people to find shows and bought tickets, and you can literally be walking along the straight on your my ball and think well, what's on right now abaya ticket and before you know, it you've got the ticket. You didn't need to print it you Desscan the code and in you went the fringe team is just so proud right now that we made those changes, and we took that risk, and we left off that cliff. The other things, of course, it was super proud of. We we did. Yeah. Which was they average projections on the river telling the Ghana stories, and the the sort of relationship of the Ghana people with the river and the flora and the foreigner in the beautiful animal stories and stories of the seasons and to hear people gasping when the water's great appeared was just wonderful. And we saw over two hundred thousand people come down and experience Yere. It's one of the biggest average inal. Art installations that Australia's ever saying, it becomes an extended not out in some ways because people will sort of gone too shy. And then add on a free experience at the projections as well with their families, and people of all ages came to see it was something that captured people's imaginations and shed on social media like something we've never really saying of that scou- before fringe and also people talked about it as a date cultural experience it. Really was something that changed people's hearts and minds and made the mall curious about Ghana stories, and culture, and that is something we just can't measure how how important that is. We also obviously the program this year was absolutely brilliant. So many amazing shows across all the different venues and the venues themselves are really responding. Well to co for Mike in themselves. More accessible, lots of great initiatives to make venues more accessible for people with any kind of disabilities. The venues took that challenge really well, and we are going to continue that work into the future. And in ease really Sacha collaboration fringe, you know, from your staff here at at fringe, then you'll volunteers and venues, and everyone, you know, how does it feel to bring sign many people together? And then of course, the the audiences it full the celebration of arts. Arts and culture. It's a true. Co creation the artists the venues the fringe team the fringe staff the audiences the people of Adelaide every single person is so critical in the ingredients of making this magical festival work to transform a CD for the entire month like that too. So Nelia million tickets year, this is grown organically over the decades every single person who's gone before. In the fringe has contributed to why we are now experiencing these magical success. And of course, we talk about the numbers. Of course, we talk about, you know, the number of cheats, because it's an important measure for us. But the stuff that's hey quickly. As important is the impact that we have on people's well-being people's happiness for the month, the fringe, and if we could just capture that fringe happiness in in bottles in sell it did I through the year we
"adelaide" Discussed on Adelaide Fringe Podcast
"Inspirations from Adelaide fringe. So we have a parade. We call it the pod Papa prayed, which is led by a local legend Gavin clock. And I think we see that had one hundred fifty participants in that parade and that was before anyone from the public jumped into the prayed as well. So it was huge this year. That's people from all walks of life from care homes to a community choir to the James Morrison jazz academy performers the city band dances for schools around the community and just anyone who wants to dress up and being vote. So that was a huge success. And then on the Saturday, we have main arts experience, and I was really proud of the programming that we had across the day in the cave gardens. We had three local curator's programming during the daytime. And then in the evening, we we had some amazing headline acts light yummy deluxe or squad after I was cabaret club zucchini clan. Yeah. We just had some amazing what visiting acts as a headline is. And then to see them side by side with regionally by Sada's that really held their own ole on the main stage in the cave garden. I think that's probably my biggest highlight. And so you've just wrapped up Twenty-nine teen twenty twenty is the next people want to get involved. How do they do that visit range of ways to get involved? In terms of like, the curated main stage and also roving performance capable out on our Facebook page, which is fringe met Gambia at the same time. We've really encouraging travelling artists to include Matt Gambier on the tour schedule, I guess to other presented ticketed show at one of a wonderful venues or or to potentially be part of curated main stage performances as well. So we hope to see more and more odyssey involved. You know, wonderful festival fantastic world. Thanks so much. Louise, it's been lovely talking to you. Thank you, be sure. To subscribe to the Adelaide fringe podcast and never miss an episode to get the most out of your Adelaide fringe experience. Visit WWW dot Adelaide fringe dot com. Dodi you would you can Brown shows by genre and location access fringe deals and a whole lot. More for regular fringe updates. Follow our social media channels all subscribe to a newsletter pedal aid, fringe podcast is produced by narrative marketing who believed that stories connecting visuals and that storytelling compulsively impact the world.
"adelaide" Discussed on Adelaide Fringe Podcast
"Atalay themes Christopher. Potier that defines a city. Welcome to Adelaide fringe podcast where we take you behind the curtain of the largest arts festival in the southern hemisphere to help you navigate you'll bist fringe experience each year. Our fringe caravan hits the road to bring a taste of fantastic fistful to regional South Australian destinations providing a pop-up kid of fringe flavor. In today's episode. We hear about two of the regional fringe on tour destinations while at and mount Gambia over the two thousand nineteen aced long weekend. Why Allah is set to come alive hosting a program bursting with local talent and touring artist. And we get the hot tips from festival MC's boo and make we also hear from events pergram Louise Adams about the continued growth and success of fringe bound Gambia Adelaide fringe podcast is recorded on the traditional lands of the Ghana people with big thanks to add lead. Fringe principal partner Bank. You say. Hi on Burr on mic, and we're hosting the main stage at unearth at Y'all this year over the Easter long weekend in twentieth of April people, so there's lots planned exciting catalogue of a bent and fringe continues while these as data, can you tell us a little bit about what is going to be happening, and what people can expect absolutely there's going to be loads of free entertainment, everyone. So it's not just for the grownups the whole family can come down. There's going to be the little Palais that great Louboutins old. Yeah. Yes. Oh, there's heaps of entertainment on a rotation near free. Boo. Did it here in L to Park New year's people just flock and his Greg because people feel that welcomed in that space, and it's so nice. The fringe fringe going out to people because it means that you get family starting to enjoy it from such a young age as well. So you've got the kids growing up. They remember these amazing days out when they were little that was fringe. And then when they're all they'll be the people that go. And see the shows at the fringe here in the city as well. It's good for the community as well. They get involved and to massive band, thirsty Merc coming to yla and neon Tetra as well. Superb Swami bigly English the big old stage. It's going to be great to be able to be a young kid boil Gil at there in the country to get some world-class stuff coming Roger their doorstep NBA out interact because we love chatting, we love meeting new people. You did. Right. It's going to be a great great opportunity for everyone, including food trucks as well. Entertainment food, you can go and just really kick back for the whole weekend with your friends family a love that we're taking on kids down. And you know, how important is it? Do you think that fringe includes this Raijin-oh aspect to its tour is huge? It might be that somebody that isn't gonna come into the city something that inspires them. And they go on and they're the next huge performer in the fringe in ten years time, or even if it's if it's not on that level is it's taking something beautiful enjoy joyful just out. So everyone has access to it. You don't have to be near or in the city to experience a love that about fringe and fringe is sort of a really special magical event. And it's not that that it can be extended in that y for you, though, what each of you. What is your favorite aspect of fringe the family that you make? I'm obviously, I'm not from Australia or from the guy, but I never feel like I'm a wife and family because you always you end up going into. Towns where you see your extended perform a family or they come into your town thing. That's that's my favorite and growing having our kids grow up in that atmosphere as well. Just this this creative environment where they know that they can be whoever whatever they want to be a more will encourage them. We surrounded by the people who who dream the beautiful thing about Adelaide fringe being an open arts festival as well. I've been access is that anyone can put on a show. You don't have to have all the money or all the training the experience if you wanna do it, or if you've got a group that wants to do it you can you can be a part of it. So it's very inclusive in that way. Not curated not people left out. It's something that everyone can get involved in. I think that's another lovely power going to regional places with fringe on tour is everyone feels what they can. And it's like, hey, it's not just in the city here, we want you we want you. We're part of you that we are one family. Is there any sort of standout moments things or experiences those stories from from your experience? Ince's again every year you get to see all your friends who come from all around the world and just catch up. We have an annual barbecue cricket much is. But I'll I I'll do a late night comedy. That's my mind show is called the fact cave and just you get enough funny. People creatives in a room. Great. Stuff's always going to happen. He missed the activation on the riverbank this year. I didn't all you said. It was probably my favorite thing. Oh, yeah. Yes. She are. Yes. Oh my goodness. I took my south out on a loan date and just wandered around for hours. And it was just incredible on just to have access to things like that. I mean, I just feel so lucky so how would you then recommend for people coming along too? While a fringe, how do they get the best out of the experience? If you got any tips full them. Yeah. I'll just say dive straight in going find find a place dump your car come and bring a picnic blanket. And just sit yourself up. This Habes of food stores is going to be hate stuff. He's accused performers going around is that the families this thirsty. Merc? Neil Tatra, Abby how early English all doing amazing music on the main stage. We'll be there messing around. Let me giving you tips. Go and see this our friends here the little Pele griped. Yeah. Time. The little pal is going to be terrific the bamboos he will program some great stuff families just kick back. Relax while you're close. You don't mind getting muck AC can roll around on the grass if you want to just just come and have a good time. Let's play it's gonna be great. So eats it's over the long weekend. And that really gives people the opportunity to come and experience everything that while a has to offer on really looking forward to that. Because we much more about while. And now when I first moved off to Australia and not so much. But now if it's it's becoming this incredible place for families to go to his a proper tourist destination for South, Australia and really working hard on that. And you can see it. And you've got the dolphins. You can go to as well if you haven't seen the dolphins coastline. So great history in wiler as well. So for the history buff spring, then and pulp just Paul into the car. We're going to go on we leaving on Thursday. We're gonna make a weekend it like people go up to the river and plump themselves. They are people go to your Bank races. And this is a destination and is going. To be full of great stuff. From the fringe music cabaret comedy circus gripe bands couple of idiots hosting the main stage interest you gone. We account with Superstock I've been invited to our really looking forward to it on. I'm going, right. Fantastic. Hi, I'm Louisa Dums. And I am Cogan is and head of autism programming. Full fringe, MAC Gambia. We've just finished the festival finished on Sunday. The thirty first of March, and it's been a wonderful success. So fringe met Gabby has been growing bigger and bigger every can you tell us a little bit about some of your highlights from these use fringe Louise it blows me away. How how much the community and surrounding region supporting it and oddest as well. And we had numbers close to double. As to what we had in two thousand eighteen we went from four ticketed shows in two thousand nine hundred nine to nineteen ticketed shows in two thousand nine hundred nine for me. That's definitely one of the highlights is seeing that confidence in venues many of which aunt conventional venues wanting to host a fringe event. And we're also saying that confidence in oddest both based here regionally and also visiting. And I've done sorry. Well, we've had a number of sold out shows. That's just a such an incredible development for fringe, Matt Gambia fantastic. And you know, why is it so important that fringe has the the regional tour and includes areas like mount Gambier, what does it mean to the community there from office fate. I've had a love affair with with fringe since I moved to Adelaide when I was eighteen and one of the most exciting things about same fringe guy on regional to is to say that excitement and enthusiasm and openness in audience members is as they they look around and they say to each other accomplish this is happening here or how wonderful that we were saying all these amazing artists and diverse art forms right here in our city. The first year we had five performance, for example. They were a lot of people that came out to me and said, wow, this is amazing of you know, I've never seen a fire performer in real life. I know that they sound like simple things. But I think together they they really. Combine, and you know, I want to say regional areas where it's not even something that people have to look forward to once a year. You know, I think it should just become the norm that we are exposed to various different off homes and diversity in our everyday and add lead fringes Bena amok later in and we're really proud to be following in in that footstep. I think Fermanagh does point of view for regional terrain. And why fringe on tour is so important is its new audiences. It's a new performance space. It's rather than just playing Adelaide fringe vote over in Perth, and maybe fringe, and Melbourne, etc. The adding to the performance opportunities inability to get a return on the hard work that they put into different show, which is also amazing. Yeah. So many ways that it's benefiting both community and oddest. And so how how did the local community get involved this year? I took gory from four to nine hundred shows. I'm sure there was some significant community involvement required to sort of achieve that like anything, you know, these things take time to develop we've definitely been pleasantly surprised by quickly that Spain adopted developed here in a Matt Gambia. And I think a big part of that, for example with that jump is the venues. I'm sure the story is similar across a lot of regional cities. There's not ready made venues to host a range of different types of performances. I mean, even just for a venue to host a band and have an in house pay and law chain and things like that. It's not as readily available in regional areas. So I think it really big thing that we've seen much more in two thousand nineteen is is venues sort of stepping up and finding ways to accom-. Date performances and working together with various different sound and production providers in town. And there's this real sort of come rotary and collaboration going on. You know, some of the interesting venues that we've seen developers, you know, have a daytime cafe in v historic woolen mills here, Matt Gambia, and they became the the steamy late night cabaret club threat, fringe met Gambia, and it was amazing. The had two sold out shows. The others were absolutely jam packed. You know, we had acts like the after hours cabaret club. We had yummy deluxe. Doing plate performance. We had originally based oddest put a lot of thought into developing a fringe show code a tribute to Nayna Simone, and I think it was a third of a performance and definitely a fist interaction with fringe. And that was sold out. And you know, that's an example of a venue really stepping up and on an -ticipant in to see that increase again next year. And for you was there any sort of. Hi lot is at hard to pinpoint what really stood out for you. The opening not lift of straight party. Which is amazing. You know, we've taken inspirations
"adelaide" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"Yeah. And I liked the conversation. According I had at the very end was kind of like red might have left the underground and live her whole life. And I think to keep to keep confusion. Let's just go read the girl in the red for now. You know, it's the real so red go ahead. So just want to let them know who we're we're talking about. So I hold on. I'm going to confuse so red is the one who starts the uprising. She's the original Adelaide. So Adelaide Adelaide is the one we follow through film. So Adelaide escaped from this underbelly of society, a little girl that they're trapped in enslave to live in and through. That fact, she, you know, found a lifer self she learned how to speak. She learned how to dance she did all she maybe a little quirky. She may not fit in exactly right. Right. But she has children. She wants to protect your children. She knows the dangers of the people that she left behind. They arrive. Does that mean that she has a soul to the questions like they cloned flesh? But they were never able to clone a soul. But it's like is a sole something that's given or something that's grown. And so it's kinda also that thought too. Yeah. So and I like there's little has little giveaways throughout the film about how she's not quite right human. I mean, she is human right. She's not quite like, there's a there's an interesting thing that I always that was interesting in the it was interesting the trailer bug meals like that's not on time. And they kept it in the movie where she's getting time, and she snapping to all four beats which no one does anyone who knows music at all you click on the two in the four. But she's clapping offer them to all the beats. And it didn't occur to me until I was watching the movie that I was like, oh my God. It's because she's not from here. It's it's not something she grew up with you know, she learned to dance when she was younger, but it's not just a little. Idiosyncrasies not that are off. So not a soulful thing. Yeah. In the ways to she reacts of things or even when she says to to. What's her? What's her name? Tim Deckers Kate Kate. She's like don't talk it. She didn't say little phrases. She used instead of being like, oh, I'm not a big talker. She's just like, I don't talk. Yeah. And so the little things like that just were like really precious to me as far as character-building goes. So everyone at home listening to this or on your way to your worker listening at work just be weary of people who have no personalities because. This might be from underground. But yeah, I mean, we could go on and on about theories all day. I would love to hear our audiences theories. If you have some sentiment to us. Let us know what you think of ours. I also the last thing I want to say about as far as the the kind of speculative overall theory of everything goes is that there's also a an argument to say that they also represent a part of us that's lost as far as a prime side of us to conform with being on social media and doing all these things and losing connection with the part of ourselves. And throughout the film. We see the kids kind of throughout their own devices the daughters on her on the entire time the alcohol the Dinkal Berg family because that's the one you compare bekker's hijackers. They're having a complete automated house the backup generator with each other. With the bow the, you know, the two fucking development twins and like hate everyone. Yeah. And they have the the nice car, the flare gun all all the things that this other fan the the Wilson's want. Yeah. And it just kinda shows like what how that looks like. Yeah. So I think I think they could also represent that part of ourselves. That's lost within this age of like. I would almost call it an age of solitude, right? I said this to you guys when I got home, I was sitting in my wrote, the movie theater, and I looked to my left, and I looked to my right? And everyone's just in a screen..
"adelaide" Discussed on Adelaide Fringe Podcast
"Atalay themes. The potty that defines a city. Welcome to Adelaide fringe podcast where we take you behind the curtain of the largest arts festival in the southern hemisphere to help you navigate you'll bist fringe experience Hans the boy wonder of Berlin has to a nationally and internationally during a career spanning more than a decade. He recently shot to a new level of fame when he reached the finals of America's got talent. Where absolutely delighted to have Hans as one of three fringe ambassadors for two thousand and nineteen. In today's episode Hans talks about the unique atmosphere of Adelaide fringe, he shares how he grew his audience and achieved international acclaim, plus dishes, some dirt about his America's got talent. Experience to book your fringe tickets head to the Adelaide fringe website via the Lincoln the show nights. Adelaide fringe podcast is recorded on the traditional lands of the Ghana people with big thanks to Adelaide fringe principal partner. Banking say. Hans welcome to the Motte. My gosh Hulo how Larry Hello to the tens of people listening to this while the pleasure what an aural feast this is. Eight is sorry fringe. It's all happening. How you feeling? Well, I'm a little bit sore. But that's okay. You know, fringes about pacing yourself. I never have one drop of alcohol during Mahal festival and then on the last night. I am planning to arrive at the awards like Kate Middleton and leaving like Kate moss. Honey, put it that way. Good imagery. You've got a Pisces south three fringe because he it's a month long of lots going on. Exactly. And if you're not performing you're you're seeing Pozzo your having meetings with people you're catching up with friends. So it's important to, you know, get sleep where you can. And don't sweat the small stuff. You know? I can see a lot of people on Facebook going off a bed. Oh this review or something that happened? I think you just have to deal with it. And then move on. I have a bit of a Naomi Campbell tantrum. And then it's over. Yeah. I mean, yeah. Have the moment. Feel the feel all Hanley. I'll have the moment I send the text. And then it's over. So Adelaide has become your adopted hyme. Can you tell us how that came about? It is my home Atalay by arrived here on an exchange program many many years ago, and I'm I've stayed for tax reasons. But you know, it's it's funny. I feel so at the home in that lead that you know, it's almost like I was born here and have never lived anywhere else. I don't know. It's it's we it's weird. How I feel that way. But being back in that layer is like, you know, it's like riding a bike. Isn't it overriding? One of those lime scooters. I'm not sure that seems complicated. That's very easy. I've yes, I've been trying one out. I love it. I love the limescale and I love the Jing senior citizens were strolling on the footpath. It's a new sport. I'm thinking about racing one in super loop adding much less noise. Tell me hands. You have been involved in Adelaide fringe for a long time. Yes. I have two thousand and four was my first of a fringe, and I was in the show code Berlin cabaret, and it was at a venue called the Weimar room which opened on Heine streets in a building that used to be downtown and used to be a mad Cade facility of the eighties and nineties roller rink as well. And it was transformed into a pop up venue for fringe festival, and it became so popular that they kept it open year round. So we did a show every Friday Michael Berlin cabaret with a troop of wonderful performers. I dunno. I will give you this exclusive a feeling though, some of them were putting on being German, which that kind of disgusts me. I mean, what sort of sick posts and pretends to be something, then I know what kind of state has its we. But. But that's what happened, and it was kind of it, not only open my eyes. It opened my mind and other parts of my body being in that show and from them, I kind of created my own shows put them into fringe put a little band together at some dances. Our very first fringes that I did is my own show. We used to do them at a community stat establishment, formerly known as the MAs by you. Remember it? Well. And they were so lovely to because they always gave me the venue for free, which as you can imagine as a fringe artist that is most of your costs. And it was a great time because you know, it gave me a chance to get the show together. I mean, I was always okay. But it was the band in the dances in they needed rehearsal. They needed a few years under their belt, but we kind of build an audience. And now look at me. I'm so up myself. I'm unstoppable. And internationally on. Because last year you had sold out shows at inbr- fringes will be yes, how is that? Tell us will use. I mean, we will playing in the blue crate in the middle of a street. So I mean, it's not like a solo that Comey hole. But it was still as whole that season in Edinburgh. And you know, what the Scottish people you thought Germans knew how to drink. My god. It's not a rumor it is not a room these Scottish people there on that. And Asha was on a ten PM at night. So you can imagine what was happening. It was a wild ride. It was a wild rod for me. So you're not you have traveled internationally if performed around the world. How does Adelaide fringe compare? You know, what I think what sets us apart is our unique atmosphere. You know, like, well, obviously, everybody knows the hubs like the garden gluttony RC, see. But I also think there's so many wonderful little venues in Adelaide Laba, William the club, the GC's amazing this standard of venues in Adelaide is much higher. I would say I I also think if for an audience member, obviously, the weather's better than it Umbro. But also, it's just the whole kind of, you know, meeting your friends finding something to do off the cuff. I like kind of going out on the night, not knowing what you're going to go see picking up a flyer and going let's just give it a go. If it's bad. It's usually only an hour if it's bad usually have a better story to tell at the end of it. If it's great Honey everyone's a winner. It is had to navigate fringe. You have created at least there's a Hans list is. Only internet. There's an I've got ten picks up there and go back picking tags. Exactly. That's what I'm saying. It's not an exhaustive list. So talk to your friends see what they're seeing get on Facebook. See what people are raving about read the reviews, maybe, but I mean reviews at just one person's opinion. I think you know, if you have a group of people whose opinion you trust trust them the links. That's what I say more than anything. Just go to masher. Yes. Of course, essential guys outside on the as many tickets left the goal gone belly. Tell us a little bit about your shar your performing again in this year's for India's on they must show is called like a German, darling. You get it. And you know, really, it is just a love of fun my show. I every every now, and then I think, oh, maybe I should do something intellectual. And then I think Honey don't we just need to switch off every now. And then so. So when you come to my show, I think it's it's less of a show. More of a potty people have been bringing a lot of children to my show this year, though. But I kinda like it. It's a bit of a history lesson for them. It's better than education lily insanity on the first night, we had the German ambassador to a stray Elliott turn back. My god. Did she have a confusing? And she brought the German ambassador to Poland talk about having your work cut out for you that as a a heavy Judy job, darling. It is and so you know, is is your content really aimed at children pavement bringing kids alone. You know, what it's it's not actually anything to full on and Hannis. They've all got the Netflix these days. I'm not saying anything that. They haven't heard of there are a couple of multi words, but nobody's left with their children halfway through the show in disgrace. Let me put them on the a lot of the jokes sh over the head. You know, and you've got a seven piece band is that he's a seven piece band this year. Yes. That called the ungrateful bastards, and let me tell you. They are the only musicians who wanted to work with me this festival. Yes. Put it that way you'd be hard to work with. How can we do? You wanna be a Davis? Sometimes you've gotta let one link. So did you learn all about divas in America's got talent? Honey, I I was pretty tame compared to some of the people over there. Yes. I was very easy to work work with. But I you might be referencing salmon coun- he is a bit of a diva himself special relationship is on. I come to find the tractive about him. You know that in the money. Then I can help. So you can you give us a little bit in your show. Obviously, I'm without spoiling team. But can you share a little bit of just give us a little bit of a was invited to go on the show because it's called America's compelling, but apparent be thousand? They imported me in the Alex. Yes. But the national superstar, of course, they take. You know, he's a businessman on the he knows how television ratings work, and they had a spike last year. What can I say, it's the hands factor? Spike on television last year this year. I'm the embezzler. What's happened with the ticket sales. Thank you. You're welcome in the world's various grandba-. Thank you next. The superstar palate is draw cadre gets a community service as well as well as I mean, I'm really the Mother Theresa refrains Bellingham giving. That's that's my biggest fault in left. Alex. I'm to giving. Maybe. Yes. I mean, can you believe I'm still single the only man texting me these days is Clive Palmer. But what can I say people have been put on this earth for charitable reasons? You know, I'm up there with ball. No, Bob Geldof except far less irritating. Sorry, Pete Agha's is gonna ask. This is a man who this is what happens. This is. What happens the miniature become a star coattails? They wanna ride on them thou wings. He has called his show. Look Manno, Hans he has used imagery. There is similar to mine. I attended the show on Sunday with my legal team. And we are drafting up a a subpoena as at the. Moment. It's been awhile since that man's had a subpoena and his next show. Let me just say Peter girls next fringe show will likely be called cease and desist. But don't they say imitation is the highest form until I saw the show. I thought that. Yes. Yes. Sorry. Then he is wearing one of my original costumes, though. I've again again, I give a donated the to him. Now back. I mean, it's. I need. It's been stretched beyond any sort of shape. I mean, well pays a shape, isn't it? I guess so tell me about your costumes, then well, Hannity, they're all handcrafted by my own mother. Yes, we have spent so much money at the K fabrics. She has sown so many sequins in her lifetime that you you know, she's getting a little bit. Well, how can Helen kill? I will say that the eyesight is not what it used to be. But it's a mother's love is in its mother's love. And you know, she's she's whipping up costumes that really only a mother could be proud of. I think on Nari. They're beautiful works. Well, I mean, you know, now you see them at the festivals. You see them everywhere. Do you have? Or does your mom have a favorite costume? Can you do that? Or is that? Favor favorite costs to am fickle. So it kinda changes from week to week darlings. But I will say when I get a new costume usually just wear it and wear it. And where like it's uniform like I really become attached to it. So I've your janey I sat in two thousand and four was that. How did you grow your you'll superstardom obviously all natural talent shines through? But what other things how do you grow an audience? You know, I did as many gigs as possible. I remember in the very early days we used to call every pub in we used to call nightclubs. We would say we're going to come and do ten minutes in the middle of the dance floor with turn up a Davar goes with a CD put the DJ on with do a few songs and then leave fly fly fly. So I just think get yourself out that as much as possible. I know a lot of artists say I don't want to work for free. I don't wanna do a free gig. But sometimes you know, what you will be. Pay the venture and the payment is your growing an audience. So I think that's kind of the thing that you just have to do infringe just put yourself at there as much as possible. I mean, Honey look at me. I'm practically Kim Kardashian of the fringe output put myself up on anything, and he is that just really going to have that commitment to a long time. I think so. Yep. I think you're going to build your mainland mailing list from people that are tickets. You can get the Email addresses. You've got to kind of cultivated over a long time. It's not going to happen overnight. But it will happen. Maybe she was born with it. Maybe it's maybe lean. Okay. You know, how important do you think having Adelaide fringe is for South Australia, end, the style? I think we should be celebrating more than we are. I think everybody in Adelaide knows what it is everybody in Adelaide knows. It's the time to be here. I think nationally we need to be tell getting the word out there more. Also, I think you don't really understand what the fringes until you saying that for yourself, you know, and then you tell your friends about it. Then you're all my God. We've got to go to Adelaide, and I think slowly people are starting to get the message that well at leads not the sleepy town. And you know, but I think we could do a lot more to kind of get the word out there. We know about it here. But I don't think people far away the way know about it as much as they should if you had to try and pinpoint what is it that you think is your favorite thing about fringe? Oh god. Oh my gosh. Have you pinpoint what is happening in a month? Whether so much happening down to one thing. It's just come be part of it. All yes, exactly. Don't waste it. It's the most wonderful time of the year. You know, the song? I'd say we'll say it's Christmas. It's not Inge. Well, thank you so much for joining us hand. Oh my God. Honey. Thank you, darling. Thank you to your listeners both of them. And our what a pleasure. This is the end darlings. I would not use this opportunity to be so crass and tacky to promote hands lack a German at six thirty in the author gone and gladly tickets available at Hans official dot com or Adelaide fringe dot com. That you I wouldn't do that. I would not use this opportunity. I just wanna use this opportunity to thank you for having me. And just to say what the pleasure it's been for you. Be sure to subscribe to the Adelaide fringe podcast and never miss an episode to get the most out of your Adelaide fringe experience. Visit WWW dot Adelaide fringe dot com. Dodi you would you can browse shows by genre and location access fringed deals and a whole lot. More full regular fringe updates. Follow our social media channels all subscribe to a newsletter paddle aid fringe plug. Const is produced by narrative marketing who believed that stories connect individuals and that storytelling compulsively impact the world.
"adelaide" Discussed on Adelaide Fringe Podcast
"Coming rediscover, your love at fringe in twenty nineteen in many different ways, some of which you will never thought about before Adelaide frames visible. Potier that defines a city. Welcome to the next episode of the Adelaide fringe podcast bringing you the latest updates and insights to help you navigate your best fringe experience in season one where covering all the action from the fifteenth of February to the seventeenth of March twenty nine teen when Adelaide fringe will take over Adelaide, South Australia as we prepare to launch with feeling a lot of love at print. And so this Valentine's Day where sharing some love focused axe? I'm Jason Maas Celia oddest in venue coordinator. An inter is episode where speaking to three acts showcasing the many aspects of love Adelaide fringe, there's something for everyone and lots of ways to feel the love for more inspiration checkout. The Adelaide fringe love list linked in the episodes, showing nights. Adelaide fringe podcast was recorded on Ghana land with thanks to our principal partner. Bank. Sl. With over a thousand shows in this year's program, where do you begin fringe favorites is here to help browse the program heart, your favorite shows and share them with your friends on Facebook to stop the conversation. Visit Adelaide fringe dot com dot a. Are guy wild? Thanks guys for joining me to get us started. Can you just introduce yourselves? We're still good. Hi, my name's Andrea Gustis. My name's poor Westbrook. And where performing in Rouge. It's playing at the octagon gluttony for the whole month at eight pm every night with a matinee every Saturday afternoon as well every every Saturday. So it's a big fringe for you full thing. All right. So just give me a very brief sort of IVA view. What is your shy about is a mania circuit show by the main vibe of is changing up grows so gender roles, and what people do and who does it and how we interact with each other in the audience. Yeah, I think and I think because we all created it together, and we're all quite sexual creatures. It kind of turned out like that. Because it wasn't very difficult to do. Yeah. Plan up to anything and we're celebrating love today on Valentine's Day. Do tell us a little bit about how you bring sexual creatures into a shy. It's something we question a lot which is just it's kind of being because it comes naturally somewhat. It's just an exaggerated version of ourselves. We come through all the time in the rehearsal room where we're just like stop trying to be sexy. Mom, and just and just feel and we all have known each other for quite a while. And so there's already like a connection there, which is quite easy to just like play on. Yeah. And it's and it's doing that. And then also pulling the audience in as well. So yes. Sharing the love out to them as well. It's quite inviting. Yeah. There's a lot of love going on in the show, and you're trying to embrace the audience into that people. Find take what they like out of it. You know, some people loved this PA and they go all that wasn't really for me. And someone else goes that changed my sexuality after I saw that. Which is something we've had before we've had people come watch the show and been I didn't know I had this kind of king. But now, do what do you think is a good expression of love? Then I think in terms of the show power play in a sense that is fun consensual and interesting, but still has an overarching feel like nurture year there's a couple of that like a bit but quirky big tongue in cheek. But it's obviously all okay with everyone. So I think that falls into like what a good example of love is doesn't matter like what you're into or year. Whatever happens is long as care and looking out for each other. But I love that concept that there's some. Version of lob for everybody. And I think Valentine's Day traditionally can be very clear shade and stuck on a very singular version of love. And obviously, everyone is so very different. And we all come without out different types of personalities and experiences. So it'd be out of open that up is very fringe fringe is all about embracing a whole range of different audiences. There's over thirteen hundred shows so they eat something for everyone, and you've gone that step further and created a whole range within your Shari. That's it. I think. Yeah. We saying we've done tons day people use a lot of got someone for Valentine's Day or or singles wherever sings night. But then kind of goes into the areas of light will why does it have to be one person? Or or why does being on your menu don't have love? And I think it's an interesting thing because the five languages of love have you ever heard of that someone wrote the book in there's a test that you do online and it shows about different ways, people express love, and and yeah, gift-giving is one of them. But it's that is not forever. As statistically. It's not the largest form of how people care for each other. But is is for some people. But I find it interesting. That's been like this is how you show love. And that's the example of it is like you give gifts and presents. And like, there's no reason you can't win pain like Valentine's grinches. Now, I'm not for gets. I think just we'll just have like a consciousness about love and things that is good anyway. So it ever day that reminds you of I think he is a negative thing. It's like how however you take it. Yeah. And obvious display or result around love in six. Now, you cover that in your shirt, you wanna give us a little bit of a tasers around that. I think the main thing to recognize that I show is that it's not over. There's a lot of tongue in cheek. There is a lot of skin. But it's not sort of just like dude shut off. We always say one way or talking about show. Like if you didn't feel sexy during it's not gonna look sexy. So I think yes, we try to street is weekend with ourselves in what sexiest to us. I think that reads, I think Andrea and I have an act which is just us to very like sexually judge so of hot air, South Korea. And there's so many guys ought to to elect sexy. But they are the straightest you've ever met. Just because it's yeah. It's just it is what you exude rather than what you're not just trying to yourself to what you think. People want sexy bait. Yeah. And the comedy in it there is some light sexual comedies. Well, obviously like in new Endo. And it's just like, yeah. That's hot. But like we can make like hot and funny. So people like, oh, I can laugh into it. But they're like this is still hot. Yeah. Totally. Yeah. Yeah. The I guess whips is. Yeah. We haven't had cold waves, which went spoilt, you mind belying the main thing about their show. I find is like it's fun to do that could be known in the audience, and I'd have fun, but they're off even the audience and watching them is even more fun. 'cause that they're watching me watching them watching me. And I'm not I don't smoke. You try to this side of the totally is the vibe of the audience. Stephan loot Briggs up, but it's it's a budget just to do with the rehearsal room. So what are you hiding the audience will feel coming to your shy? Will I think that's a two foot because I think we hope that they come in because they wanted a fun night in. I wanna see like a light night circus camera show, and we hope that they come out thinking a little bit. Yeah. Leave them with something that they're going to lot. Remember and ponder. And it's still just the slightest bit of change even if that's like, I'm I think I'm going to dress differently. I think it's done in an inviting. Whereas, well, it's not like he's really confronting piece. That's might gonna make you feel all a should. I think about that. It's a feel. It's like the everything we do. We it's to involve the audience when the actors. Yeah. Handstands to beyond side. But then got tedtalk feminism ever says that kind of thing of like awesome thing to watch fat bait. And then a bit of just starting to think about as well, it's like yet, not either. So it is just nice they seasoned. Yeah. Yeah. That is lovely Greg's good summary. I lack at our while. I feel like we've covered a law. Awesome. But
"adelaide" Discussed on Adelaide Fringe Podcast
"Atalay frames visible. Potier defines a city. Welcome to episode. One of the Adelaide fringe podcast bringing you the latest updates and insights to help you navigate your best fringe experience in season one we're covering all the action from fifteen to February two seventeenth of March. When Adelaide fringe is taking over Adelaide, South Australia. There's over thirteen hundred different shows so peaking which fringe event to attend can be overwhelming. I'm Heather crawl the Adelaide fringe director and see I and in today's episode all explain our new exciting website features and search functions designed to help you navigate the huge program in this house of fringe overview. I share my tips to make it easier for you to pick. What show is right for you. At laid fringe podcast was recorded on Ghana land and thanks to our principal partner Bank. You say. One of the big things about fringe is that there is so many things to say to which makes it great. But how do we pick? How do we pick? So we've created a lot of new functions on our website now and on my boss hot one of them is fringed favorites. So your log dean, you're searching, the fringe program on your fine or your computer, and you see in the top corner of every listing of a show. There's a little love heart. Now, if you've sat down over a few drinks with your friends and tap love hearts for your top twenty or top hundred from now on or you have to do is go back to your top one hundred and then you can send your favorites list at your friends. So you can post on Facebook. And encourage discussion he's my favorites. What are your favorites? Start to share it around. We've also asked lots of people around ad light and Australia to give us their fringe favorites. So a lot of them have provided us with their top ten. So the top ten is now going to start appearing when you go onto our website. You'll get some random top ten's popping up. We always try and help people get some inspiration to start narrowing down from the thirteen hundred down to their few favorites. Another thing that we've done these see is code Niimi now and so Niimi now is what starting in half. Now what starting in one hour in the vicinity of where you are. Right now are only want to know cabaret that's happening in this area in the next hour. And then the other thing that we've done now is if you know that you want to go out on a certain date, say Saturday, February sixteen and then you know, that you going out for dinner, so you not growing out till show to a non thirty. So then go on that website and in more filters. You can say I only wanna say the show is between nine and eleven PM. So then again, it reduces the number of shows that you'll see, and then you can say I only want to say shows that are in the day, or you know, you can start to really like narrow it. So. Okay. His ten shows will say that on in the right area at the right time slot that afri- wanna go out. Whereas before there was a lot of you had to really troll through and crosscheck on the dates. You saw show that you like the look then you have to cross check. If that was the date. So now, you can filter things through many different ways keywords are not to do with the show. So we've got this year some ostlund interpreted shows, and so if you want you can just put in the search function ostlund, and then it will show you only the shies that are always land interpreted during the whole fringe. So you don't need to go and like manually check each shy. We've also created these lists fringe lists. And those leasts are fringe in your neighborhood. So if you live in a certain council area, if you live in Port Adelaide, if you live in the Barossa if you live in west Horan's that will come up with what's on in that area. So you might not want to go out to town that not you might just want to stay in your local area. What's on in Marian? In the fringe what's on in the Quran. And the fringe, of course, blades out into all sorts of regional areas. I we've got fringe in Wisla in port Augusta in Goor in Gora up in the hills. So all those limits around the search function can help you. Discover what you looking for certain really is Tyler airing it for me it trying to and we've also got lucky dip things like what are you in the mood for I'm in the mood to you know, be inspired to make my brain think. Oh, I'm in the mood to you know, really have a belly laugh or and you'll seal those buttons on our website, and so start to tapping things like, okay, what's on this day? And I'm in the mood to make me think an are. You know, I'm in the mood to have a laugh or you start to sort of navigate your way through nearly fifteen hundred days over five hundred venues, I mean, it is a huge huge based. I love that. You've taken these surprise to really put the audience. You're not the center of how you can. Aleve out all these different Shari's. Can you talk a little bit about why? That's so important. It's something that we've spent many years on in the last three or four years, we've actually developed a feedback loop that instead of just saying on, you know, sorry about that. We've actually been taken that and said, let's make that our focus. How are we going to solve this exact person's problem while the time next year's fringe comes around? I think people will notice this year on the fringe sought that we've got so many more functions, and so many more search capabilities and a lot of them have been based on the problems and the pain points that customers reported to us last year the before and we want them to find what they're looking for with as we don't want them to spend lots of time on out whips out. We want them to spend lots of time at the fringe having fun. So, you know, we really want this the the platform and the website and the ticketing system to be almost an invisible process where they just think well that was easy. I bought these tickets. Let's go have fun you touched on ticketing bat this. Nothing really exciting coming to ticketing this year for fringe. Can you tell us about that? So this year, we've introduced e ticketing, paperless. Ticketing customers have been asking for it for years. And so what that means is that when you buy your ticket on your fine. You immediately have the ticket now instead of having to go to the box office and line up for your ticket, which might cause some angst and stress because you're thinking over I forgot to leave time to queue up for the box office and wait for the ticket. So instead of doing that you just go straight in and straight through your walking into wherever you're going, and they will scan your ticket on your telephone. And look a lot of people's do want their ticket, which is fine. You can always go and get your tickets. So click machines or everywhere around the city that has made picking up to gets a lot easier with that sad second-year. We've had that. Now, if you go to the books officer, and you see the self clicked machine, you can swap the credit card that you bought the ticket with and the tickets will speed out within two seconds. That's in Bank branches, it's in Rundle mall. It's at fringe corner at that all the it's at Westfield shopping centres. So there's there's self collects all over at laid. So you can still get you ticket because we know lots people's do you want that you get? But if you don't want to go and get your ticket, you can just use the one on your telephone fantastic. Art, k so you really are making sure that you know, you've covering simony different groups of people interests and ways that people want to experience range. So obviously people come at it from a different approach the ad light. Fringe is one of the only festivals in the world that really doesn't have any one demographic attending. So we we have loads of blunder ten we have loads of people between twenty and thirty. We have equally the same number from forty to fifty right up to between sort of sixty five seventy five up above eighty. I think it's to do with the accessibility of fringe. It's also to do with the fact that we're sixty years old. So a lot of people in light of grown up with free. Inge. They feel that it's the fringe. They feel that they belong there. Everybody is welcome at fringe. And you'll see three generations of fringe often attending together, you get the Gretzky's the parents and the kids coming along together. And that's the beauty of the fringe. There's no one aged demographic. And if you go to most festivals, you really notice that there is a strong clear aged demographic at that festival. You'll be able to look around and say, oh, this is a festival that mainly these sort of people attend. Whereas just don't think there is an age demographic at the Adelaide fringe everybody comes and so we we have to try and make sure that we serve as every single one of those age demographics. We probably sell about eighty percent of tickets online. But that twenty percent that we so through books offices and our call centers is just as important because we so seven hundred thousand hits. So that's about one hundred and fifty thousand tickets that we still sell face to face at the box office. So we try to. Make sure that we're serving the people that want those folks officers they can easily buy the ticket online like an easily walk into the show without needing to print a ticket. And if you want to go to a box office and get a ticket you can as well. Let's talk about Jabre tell us about this exciting new event in what's going on one thing. I'm really excited about at lead fringe this year as Yere gathering of light Yere is an amazing project. It's signature project of twenty nine thousand nine for the Adelaide fringe, it's a gun a storytelling project, we've been working with Couto for who is the co producer. And k storyteller for us on this project. It is telling stories of the gun a people's relationship to the river. It's down on the river banks. They're both sides of the river Torrens there a near the university footbridge we have inflatable lit up animals. So Bubis and snakes and also it's of animals that really used to live down by the river. And then we also have a huge water screen that comes up and projects telling stories about the the fish in the river, and we have projections of bird life on the trees. There's a lot of interactive soundscape. So if you walk into a certain area, suddenly your presence would trigger some sounds to co off maybe they might be kookaburras in the tree or it might be someone talking to you. We have these beautiful and says through faces in the trees talking to you this some areas that a bit more interactive. So some places where if you sit down some projection will start, but if someone else sits down with you and other beauty projection will start, and if three people sit down, then you get the whole story. And then there's another place at the boat shed where if you touch your hands onto a kiosk screen? It will start to. Project your hands onto the wall. So that you become part of the work yet or is going to be the biggest average projection project. This state has ever seen with so excited to bring it to Adelaide it's going to run every single not for thirty one knots. So from sunset so eight thirty until midnight every single not it'll be down by the river. This we're sort of encouraging people after you've seen a show come down and experience the soundscape the lie. Installations, the projections. The interactive artworks, it's not just a highly entertaining projection project. It's actually a cultural experience it's immersive. And we believe that people will come back more than once because if you come along together from the fromm street end compared to the king William street end compared to the LA unified bridge and you'll see different things and also different things happen at different times of the not. It's a great price to come back to an explore again. And again, and it's based on telling a lot about the six seasons of Ghana country, and people are going I think to walk away knowing a lot more about Ghana Kotra than they did before they went to Jabre we've been working on you ever since last fringe really because we knew that. That's when we will moving away from the north terrace projections and moving to the river projections and moving to making an entirely aboriginal lead project. It's you we can't underestimate how huge these he's for Adelaide, and we always have a signature project. Whether it's, you know, whether it was for some years the parade or whether it was the projections on north terrace, but this is now the first time we're doing a fully aboriginal lead signature project. And and we're extremely proud of it. So opening not is going to be amazing Friday fifteenth of February we'll be having a big opening night. Street party down woman. Oriole drive at the river. Torrens we asked people to enter woman. Moral drive from king William or frame dunk. Go Victoria drive because the university footbridge is not open on opening night where taking everyone down to a part of the river. That's not really the part of the river. The a lot of people go to very often. So it's not elder park with down for the towards the university footbridge in that beautiful curve of the river and all along there will be dozens of food stalls will have two stages. One of the movie the fringe caravan till it'll be fringe otters performing little spots everywhere that we roving Jarvis everywhere, lots of color and fun for the kids. Bring bring a little blanket and sit down and enjoy what's going on. You combine them Dina? There though be a big stage which is run by Musica say so fringe and music, we call it fruit Zik and at eight fifteen we ask everyone to come slot. Down onto the riverbank where we have sunset ceremony, absolutely magical. Experience led by Cao Tofa and yellow ker dances and the fire, and it's going to be absolutely beautiful. We asked how to officially open the Adelaide fringe for us with the sunset ceremony. It's a chance for us all to celebrate the living culture of the first nations and pay respect to the spirit of the land and give thanks to elders past in prison. And there's really nothing like the Tinto experience. It's just very magical. You can hear a pin drop when Cao talks us through it. He takes us through the sun going down. And as the sun goes down and darkness falls, the Jabre lots up. And that's when the projections come to live and on that opening not a very special moment will you'll say the. Fire sculptures of all the animals along the riverbank, and that will only happen once that's only on the opening not. So at around eight thirty you'll see the EMU the snake the kangaroo all sorts of fire sculptures that. We have in all law off along the river. And then we'll lead into the projections. Sorry, exciting things are coming back to Rundle mall. Rundle's Bena feature for a while. Now has an it is it Rundle mall is a great place. If you can't decide what to go and see you can go down to the Rundle mall stage and you'll see a little snippet of an artist doing a bit of their show. And then you think oh that looks like the show we want to see. So that's something that has worked really well for us now for a number of years out of skied down there. They just give you a little taste of what they show is about. So you can use it as a bit of an info booth in a way that goes on all month during the fringe. And so yeah, just get down to goal place and Rundle mall and you'll see little pieces of show is being performed. But you'll also see the. Info booth where you can talk to people, and they can give you some tips about the sorts of shows that you might like, how do you think people get their best out of fringe? I mean, that's a big question to answer because everybody's different. I think that the everybody has a different fringe experience. So we're seeing that more and more ad lead. People are telling us that they take it and you'll leave during fringe, and they just go and see show because literally is like going to another CD for a few. We've had more and more matinee show is coming now. So if you are looking to take a few days off work this fringe shows from early morning to late night. So this really something oh hours of the day. Some people have their favorite spots, and they visit them again. And again, but we always said we would take a risk try something you've never heard of go and have a look at that venue. That is down a little in a in a little laundry at or down in little alley and a pop-up basement for the month. Try something new and explore the nine sorry. We know the fringes just about to. Launch. How are you in the team feeling right now? And what makes this, you know, what's the lightest leg-spinning spinning to get it across the lawn will a lot of people are already arriving in town, which is really exciting. We've had a lot of artists that have already let us know that they've landed and over the next few days. Lots and lots of artists will be descending on Ed light. And of course, a lot of the artists are local as well. So they're already here. People frantically doing their final rehearsing z- getting ready and also you'll start to see people flying the streets, which is such a key part of fringe because people do buy tickets last minute, and that's the oddest on the street. I gonna try and hope convince you to buy the ticket to this at the moment at ticketing is sitting around thirty percent up compared to this time last year. So people have really got onto the early ticket buying idea, which we're really happy with and artists of feeling good about that as well. So add lead fringes open access, and what that means. Is that the artists and the venues are choosing to put their shows on the only way that they earn money is through ticket sales. So that they're taking all the risk to put the show on. So get out there and buy lots of tickets. There's loads of ways that you can get good deals on tickets. If you become a fringe member, you can get amazing deals on tickets. It'll pay for itself on the first not that you go out. So I would recommend people become a fringe member. It means that they get access to lots of special things that non-members can't get access to and they do get discounts membership deals growing every single day. So as fringe goes on you'll notice if you're a member you get in box office every day. So I saw an up is I pay to be a good fringe goer. The artists are up there show them some love and show them appreciation for getting up there, and entertaining you and also the one thing that's amazing about like fringes. Oddest will let you come and make them afterwards. They come outside, and they talk to the audience. That's really rare that you get that up close opportunity to make the, you know, shit some love with them, and, you know, buy them a drink after the show, or, you know, do something knives because they are he Mike in these festival. What it is. And it isn't an easy. It's not an easy thing to put together a fringe show and put on a fringe choice. I I just think share some love and kindness to the artists. Be sure to subscribe to the Adelaide fringe podcast and never miss an episode to get the most out of your Adelaide fringe experience. Visit WWW dot Adelaide fringe dot com. Dodi you would you can browse shows by genre and location access fringed deals and a whole lot. More for regular fringe updates. Follow our social media channels all subscribe to out a newsletter paddle aid fringe plug Constas produced by narrative marketing who believed that stories connecting visuals and that storytelling compulsively impact the world.
"adelaide" Discussed on Adelaide Fringe Podcast
"Atalay frames physical. Potier defines a city. Welcome to the allied fringe podcast from fifteen to February to the seventeenth of March two thousand nineteen Adelaide fringe will take over Adelaide South Australia in season. One of the Adelaide fringe podcast. We'll keep you informed on all the action from fringe two thousand and nineteen our podcast was recorded on Ghana lands with thanks to our principal partner. Bank has say. Artists and audience travel from all over the well to experience this unique festival. Unlike any other it's a menagerie of all the arts, whether it be music or dance or Fita comedy. It's just a mix of everything. And it's a lotta craziness crazy colorful fun exciting. Lots going on. You'll never have a moment. Chris festival. You can come to Adelaide. Fringe is the second biggest fringe festival in the world, the largest open access arts festival in the southern hemisphere and Australia's biggest ticket selling arts festival in this podcast. We'll take you behind the scenes to hear from French staff. Ambassadors and artists through weekly updates. You'll be some of the first to hear what's up which shows audiences are loving, and who's winning our weekly fringe awards will acquit you with all the details that you need to help. You navigate on mass. Fringe program. Adelaide fringe is a not for profit open access festival. We provide a way for artists across all disciplines to share their work with the world with free events groundbreaking work near talent innovative thinking and original voices with for everyone to put it simply way here to unleash the fun. It's unlike anything else, right entertaining. There's always ATF kids to say, especially. By the to get as possible gercy. The we'd shorts get out and experienced things outside of your company. We take over the whole of Adelaide and everywhere you look there's free. The rush of joy that you get when you go to bed lead-free. He's really great to get help. Fringe, this is in everybody's heart and its own by everyone. And that's what I love about it. Be sure to subscribe to the Adelaide fringe podcasts. And never miss an episode to get the most out of your Adelaide fringe experience. Visit WWW dot Adelaide fringe dot com. Dodi you where you can browse shows by genre and location access fringed deals and a whole lot. More for regular fringe updates. Follow our social media channels all subscribe to a newsletter. Adelaide fringe podcast is produced by narrative marketing who believed that stories connect individuals and that storytelling compulsively impact the world.
"adelaide" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
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"adelaide" Discussed on The Global Politico
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"adelaide" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"adelaide" Discussed on RobinLynne
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