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322 - The 2020 Adelaide Show Podcast Christmas Stocking

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In this week's episode of The Adelaide Show, we are rustling through our present cupboard and serving up some audio treats to see you through the festive period.
To kick things off for our audio Christmas stocking, in the SA Drink Of The Week, we chat with Australia's most trusted Sparkling Winemake
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In this week's episode of The Adelaide Show, we are rustling through our present cupboard and serving up some audio treats to see you through the festive period.
To kick things off for our audio Christmas stocking, in the SA Drink Of The Week, we chat with Australia's most trusted Sparkling Winemakers, Trina Smith, who has just launched a stunning, SA-based premium vintage sparkling wine, Jacob.
Then we have three goodies.
Firstly, Charles Firth joins us. Charles is a founder of The Chaser - that hilarious comedy team that breathed new life into satire and political comedy on the ABC and now is responsible for The Chaser Report which is not only a podcast but also one of Australia's top ten news sites, according to recent surveys. This interview was recorded for the School Of Hard Knock Knocks podcast but Steve kept some parts for us, especially a roasting dished out to South Australian Chaser writer, John Delmenico!
Secondly, we interview Nobel Laureate, Professor Barry Marshall, who won the Nobel Prize for his work discovering that ulcers were not caused by acid but rather they were due to bacteria. This interview was originally recorded for the This Pathological Life podcast but because Professor Marshall achieved his breakthrough working with South Australian pathologist, Dr Robin Warren, Steve wanted to share the SA flavour with us.
Thirdly, Steve recorded a chat with Ian McFadyen earlier this year, the man who brought us the Comedy Company. Again, this was recorded for the School Of Hard Knock Knocks podcast but there are two important aspects Steve wanted to share. Firstly, how the generosity of helping someone out actually led to the Comedy Company being possible, and secondly, how happenstance has continued to follow Ian, including some South Australian connections.
And finally, in the Musical Pilgrimage, Professor Flint has chipped in with some goodies of his own, a new album of his iconic dinosaur songs produced in Acoustic Unplugged style.
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Running Sheet: The 2020 Adelaide Show Podcast Audio Christmas Stocking00:00:00 Intro
Introduction to the show.
00:05:31 SA Drink Of The Week
The SA Drink Of The Week is Jacob, a vintage South Australian sparkling wine and we taste it with winemaker, Trina Smith.
00:18:40 Charles Firth
Charles Firth is a founder of The Chaser - that hilarious comedy team that breathed new life into satire and political comedy on the ABC and now is responsible for The Chaser Report which is not only a podcast but also one of Australia's top ten news sites, according to recent surveys. This interview was recorded for the School Of Hard Knock Knocks podcast but Steve kept some parts for us, especially a roasting dished out to South Australian Chaser writer, John Delmenico!
And just in time for Christmas, you can buy The Chaser Annual, which is hilarious!
00:54:15 Professor Barry Marshall
Professor Barry Marshall AC FRACP FRS FAA is an Australian physician, Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology or Medicine, and Professor of Clinical Microbiology at the University of Western Australia. He won the Nobel Prize for his work discovering that ulcers were not caused by acid but rather they were due to bacteria. This interview was originally recorded for the <a href="https://www.clinpath.com.au/about-us/podcast-this-pathological-li
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