- Tina Arena
Tina Arena takes on the most challenging role of her career.
- Erik Thomson
Adelaide's Erik Thomson set to fly high with Storm Boy on the big screen and 800 Words on the small screen.
- Coal Miner's Daughter
Why classic country music has become a surprise smash-hit in Adelaide.
- Little Big Shots Success
Why TV viewers are embracing a return to family friendly entertainment.
- Paul Kelly
One of Australia’s favourite voices steps back into the spotlight.
- Saturday Night Fever
Disco isn’t dead! The Adelaide team resurrecting the classic Saturday Night Fever.
- John Edward
“Crossing over” with world-famous psychic John Edward – is he for real?
- Jennifer Hawkins
Miss Universe, Jennifer Hawkins, in Adelaide – her only one-on-one interview.
- Little Big Shots
Meet Australia’s most talented kids – you won’t believe what they can do.
- George Lazenby
“The name’s Bond, Jane Bond” – Australia’s only 007 says the next actor in the role could be a woman.
- Bon Tribute
Bon but not forgotten – AC/DC secrets revealed as the band's original members regroup in Adelaide to celebrate Bon Scott's life.
- Rebecca Gibney
Why Australia’s drama queen, Rebecca Gibney, had to pay for her latest role.
- Ute Muster
Beaut utes – the country’s biggest celebration of an Aussie icon.
- Royal Princess Ball
Princess for a day – the little Adelaide girls invited to a royal ball.
Why Australia’s oldest female trapeze artist is still remarkably young.
- V8 Women
The local women taking the wheel at the Royal Adelaide Show. Plus, your chance to win family passes.
- London Proposal
The amazing Aussie wedding proposal that brought London to a standstill.
- Pricey Pottery
Pricey pottery – how to tell if your old bowls and vases might actually be pots of gold.
- Coke Collector
Adelaide’s ultimate Coke collectors and 50 years of classic TV ads.
- Betty Bird
Battle of the Ages – can an 83-year-old sporting champion beat a man half her age?
- Spoon Lady
Australia’s spoon-playing grandmother makes it big in the US.
- Walk In Frank
Farewell Frank – signing off from Today Tonight after almost 23 years, Frank Pangallo was king of the shonk chasers.
- Softie Frank
Farewell Frank – signing off from Today Tonight after almost 23 years, Frank Pangallo was always first to help those in need.
- Funny Frank
Farewell Frank – signing off from Today Tonight after almost 23 years, Frank Pangallo worked hard but also knew how to have fun.
Has Nick Xenophon’s decision to run for State Parliament changed who you’ll vote for in the South Australian election?
YES – will now vote for his party63%
NO – always planned to vote for his party11%
NO – never planned to vote for his party26%
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