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In a very special live episode, we explore the tale of Arvid Hilarian Wistrand, a Swedish (and possibly Jamacian) immigrant and his run-in with the Art Gallery of South Australia. ...

It's election season all across Adelaide, and after long deliberation we've finally found a political candidate we're willing to endorse (in addition to Mark Aldridge of course). F...

In this week's Giggleaide we look at some unique South Australian laws, whilst discussing the pros and cons of fare hopping, charitable donations, and pretending to be a psychic. W...

With Christmas fast approaching we decided to take a look at the story of William Williamson (yes, that's a real name). Who was flung in prison during Christmas of 1845 for the the...

In this AdeLOL we explore the colourful past of Adelaide's early Mayors. From James Hurtle Fisher, Sir Edwin Smith, and of course, John "Bugger" Hall, we explore their hilarious, a...

A Tram That Turns Right

A little Giggleaide from recent South Australia history which reminds us all of the importance of doing a robust cost assessment.  Remember folks: If you can't run a WokInABox, yo...

In this cheeky little Giggleaide we take a trip out of the State's capital city and travel a few hours north to the coastal town of Port Augusta, where they've recently been experi...

Merry Christmas, Tom. Sorry about my audio quality. Love your pal, Dan.

The Clipper Ship City of Adelaide is the world's oldest clipper ship. Built in Sunderland, England, by William Pile, Hay and co. and launched on 7 May 1864. It now resides at the...

A curious story from 1871, involving the beloved Clipper Ship - City of Adelaide, a disgruntled passenger, and a curious Bovinae. #AdeLoL #HeapsGoodHistory #ClipperShip #CityofA...

Smoking KILLS! Petrol is flammable, and if you happen to live in Mount Gambier, please don't run as out of town at the end of a pitchfork next time we come to visit your beautiful ...

Recorded Live at the Crown and Sceptre, 2019 Adelaide Fringe, Thursday 21st February. The story of a politically incorrect chubster with an orange face, who, against all the odds, ...

Our second live show of the 2019 Adelaide Fringe, recorded at the Crown and Sceptre, and featuring the incredible true story of Alex Innocenti. Alex was a pioneer on the World fash...

A special new series of Giggleaides showcasing some of the wildest and whackiest tales from the early years of the Adelaide Crows (based on a book that Dan found at his local Saver...

Pinba, otherwise known as 'Logic' was an Aboriginal man from the vicinity of Lake Eyre and Cooper Creek. In the late 19th Century he was arrested for manslaughter and went on to le...

Lime Scooters were rolled out during the 2019 Adelaide Fringe (since replaced by two other operators) and proved to be fairly popular. We discuss the pros and cons and explore some...

Tom wanted a dedicated federal election episode looking at all the South Australian seats in play, but Dan overruled this idea because he was worried that Tom would go off on some ...

Neighbours not behaving as you think they should? Take them to the High Court of Australia... there's a precedent for that!  Also, ignore Dan's comments about the upcoming Burnsid...

A special episode recorded live at the City of Burnside Library last month for the 2019 SA History Festival. A big thanks to the Library team (Laura and Megan) for their incredible...

“Heaps good history!” Did you know that former South Australian Premier Don Dunstan passed Indigenous land reforms and anti-discrimination legislation? Or that during his pr...

We're back in Stepney, at the new home of Little Bang Brewing. They have seriously delicious tasting beer, and we have some seriously hilarious stories from the history of the this...

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