May 30, 2021
Suzie Hindmarsh Knights has always been a reader, a writer, and a traveller.
When she combined all three and started sharing stories set in places both very familiar and stretched across the world, she discovered a new career as an author.
In today's interview, Suzie takes us from south america to japan, oakbank to...
May 23, 2021
Roller Derby had its start in the 1930's and has grown and
developed ever since. Today it's a popular sport for pretty
much anyone to be involved in, providing a lot of fun and
excitement along the way.
I was so excited when Toxic Cherries players Black Belt-her, Whammi and Smash Effect dropped in to talk about their...
May 16, 2021
National Volunteer Week is a time to celebrate our many
volunteers and all the things they do for our communities. If
you live in the Adelaide Hills it's likely that you're a
volunteer. You may also benefit from the work done by
volunteers, without even knowing.
Do you sit in with your kid's class and help with...
May 9, 2021
Great rock & roll music is more than just the songs. It's a live band, singing or loud, and getting lost in the experience.
When those bands get together to support a community through fundraising and a great day out, it gets even better.
I caught up with Workin' Overtime, Crosstown Ramblers and The Masters Apprentices...
May 2, 2021
Local new music comes in styles to suit just about everyone, and
it's easy to find. So why doesn't it get played in local
venues and on commercial radio?
In a chat with Matt Davis of Mode Shifter fame, we explore the issue, and discuss our shared musical history. Matt also talks about his life and how it's influenced...