‘Our State’ is a half-hour, weekly radio segment airing 1:30pm ACST each Monday on Adelaide's FiveAA.The program focuses on uncovering and sharing important subjects: the interesting, the significant, the future, the unknown and the things that are happening, right now, in South Australia. Each week, a wide range of guests discuss achievements, initiatives and events which highlight South Australia’s priorities.
29/11/2021 - 204 - Thin Ice VR at the South Australian Museum
Thin Ice VR is a world-first virtual reality project, produced by award-winning studio Monkeystack and on display now at the South Australian Museum.
Thin Ice VR offers an unrivalled immersive experience to follow in the footsteps of polar explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton and modern day adventurer Tim Jarvis that will leave viewers in no doubt about the devastating effects of climate change.
Join James Calvert, Senior Lecturer Torrens University, Director of Thin Ice VR and Justine van Mourik Head of Public Engagement at the South Australian Museum as they take you though the VR experience at the South Australian Museum from 20 November 2021 - 6 February 2022.
15/11/2021 - 203 - IMMERSE
What does it feel like to be completely surrounded by a digital world that responds to the way you move? Audiences will get a chance to find out for the first time in November when Light ADL launches its inaugural month-long event IMMERSE, featuring a revolutionary new immersive and interactive experience set in The Ellipse, a space surrounded by LED screens.
Join Director of Immerse, Nathan Bazley and Co-Founder of Light ADL, Nick Dunstone, as they discuss Adelaide's newest major event blending technology, storytelling and performance in new ways.
15/11/2021 - 202 - History Trust of South Australia celebrates 40 years
The History Trust of South Australia is one of our state’s most important cultural organisations and this year celebrates 40 years of collecting, preserving and presenting South Australia’s rich and diverse stories and objects.
For the past 40 years the History Trust has been giving South Australia’s past a future, whether through research, collecting, preserving and sharing our state’s material culture and stories to better understand the past and the present – and keeping it safe for future generations too.
Join History Trust SA CEO, Greg Mackie OAM and the Director of the National Motor Museum and South Australian Maritime Museum, Paul Rees, as they the History Trust's 40 birthday and our state's history.
08/11/2021 - 201 - Get job ready with TAFE SA
TAFE SA is South Australia’s largest vocational education and training provider. We deliver job-ready training from experts across a range of industries.
Courses range from entry-level certificates and short courses to associate and bachelor degrees, delivered at locations across the state.
Our focus on practical, hands-on skills and experience ensures students graduate with a competitive edge and with the skills employers need and want. With our state-of-the-art facilities, flexible and online study options, we offer a range of education and training options.
Hear from TAFE SA Chief Executive, David Coltman, and Cookery Lecturer, Stuart Rimmington as they discuss the training opportunities available in SA's future industries.
01/11/2021 - 200 - Explore and discover the 2021 Multicultural Festival
The 2021 Multicultural Festival will be held from 11am to 5pm on Sunday 14 November in Victoria Square/ Tarntanyangga, Adelaide.
South Australia has a rich and vibrant multicultural community – and the Festival is a chance for people to discover and meet over 70 community groups showcasing more than 50 cultures right in the heart of Adelaide.
Sample delicious international cuisine, discover and watch cultural music and performances, and enjoy activities for all ages in this exciting, free and vibrant one-day event.
The 2021 Multicultural Festival is a COVID safe event.
25/10/2021 - 199 - Fruit fly outbreaks and what to do in your garden to stop fruit fly
Fruit fly is a pest that destroys fruit and fruiting vegetables in commercial crops and home gardens. It is one of the world’s worst fruit pests.
Currently, there are over 300 Adelaide suburbs and some of the Riverland impacted by fruit fly outbreaks. Find out how you can help us get on top of fruit fly outbreaks in SA by doing fruit fly preventative gardening.
By doing so, you will help to protect South Australia's $1.3 billion horticulture industry. Find out more, visit: www.fruitfly.sa.gov.au