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Here's a little half-baked history recorded last year but never released. Hopefully it inspires you to get your hands on a ticket to see us next week at the Adelaide Fringe 2022 - the first bit of AdeLoL live content since the spicy cough trash our hopes of glory. You can't keep a bad idea down! AdeLoL is back.…
 
We explore the life and times of the hilariously named Fanny Cocks, South Australia's first female police officer in this "Half Baked History". Unsurprisingly, a lot of this episode is just us making fun of her name. This episode is brought to you by Balfours and a video of the recording can be viewed on our Facebook page.…
 
We're back, with huge thanks to Balfours. Here's a live show we recorded as part of the 2020 Adelaide Fringe, just before COVID-19 really hit. This hilarious local tale that has escaped the internet, until now. Dan had to go to the State Library and learn how to use microfilms to find the information on this one. It was 1999, and a simple mix-up at…
 
This is the story of Colin Creed, recorded live at the 2020 Adelaide Fringe, just before the world got flipped upside down by this whole pandemic thing. Dan traces the journey of this infamous character from community cop, to Australia's most wanted man. We're not quite sure what took us so long to get to this story - it's got everything: corrupt c…
 
Maybe it's all the lead in the soil, but the people of Port Pirie have acquired a bit of a reputation over the years for engaging in some very bizarre behaviour down on Solomontown Beach. Join us as we journey back 100 years and hear about some of their antics. Don't forget, our Fringe shows start tomorrow and there are just a handful of tickets le…
 
Ever gone Commando on a bicycle? Lots of stuff was happening around the world 75 years ago - but not in Adelaide. In 1945 as in 2020, there was pretty much fuck all going on down here.... except for these hilarious news stories which Dan found and put together for our new segment: It Happened This Week in SA (January 1945 Edition). Don't forget tha…
 
In 1971 the Adelaide Suburb of Albert Park made headlines right across the World when two volunteer martial arts instructors decided to settle, once and for all, the age old question: which is better, Judo or Karate? .... Well actually, just one of the instructors wanted to answer the question, the other one appears to have been just trying to teac…
 
We got together for the last episode of 2019 to discuss the perfect South Australian themed gift options for our loved ones. If you can spare a dollar or two to support those South Australians most in need after last week's bushfires please consider giving to the Vinnies SA Bushfire Appeal. In 2020 we'll also be doing what we can to support those A…
 
We're back with a brand new episode of AdeLOL and just in time for some big announcements regarding the 2020 Adelaide Fringe Festival. In this episode we discuss all the news articles that Dan has unearthed over the last two years that happen to feature South Australian men doing what so many of them (apparently) love to do... getting arrested for …
 
We've been offline for a couple of weeks as Tom has just had a new baby (Congratulations!). So here's a little Giggleaide to fill the time. Dan discusses his baloon phobia and we find out all about some elderly trolls from Port Augusta. Back with new episodes and exciting announcements soon!על ידי AdeLOL
 
If this episode sounds familiar to those that attended our last Adelaide Fringe show earlier this year, that's because we've told this story before. Unfortunately, due to technical issues on the night, we had to get the recorder out and go over it all again. We explore what went wrong, what went right, and what some old blokes in the toilet at the …
 
Take a Kenyan Official, add a few car parts, and what do you have? A weird chapter in Adelaide's hilariously corrupt (and failed) bid to host the 1998 Commonwealth Games. Fair enough if you ask us; everyone knows that what foreign dignitaries love most is a carrier bag full of spare parts for a '94 Magna.…
 
Tonight we're going to parcel like it's 1999. We're back with our 40th FULL Episode of AdeLoL. In this one Dan shares the story of a portly Postman who got himself in trouble back at the turn of the century when he decided to stop delivering the mail, and start hiding it in his closet instead. It was all part of an elaborate ploy to lose weight and…
 
Planning on storming Area 51 next month? You might not need to travel so far (or get shot by an angry American) to see some extraterrestrial phenomena. It turns out South Australians have been spotting UFOs in the skies above our state since the early 1950s. We discuss a little article published recently on Allen Tiller's Haunts of Adelaide Faceboo…
 
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 little suburb. We delivered this show as part of the 2019 SA History Festival, and it includes some interactions with a great live audience as well as plenty of beer con…
 
“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 premiership, he established the South Australian Film Corporation and the Jam Factory? This year we celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Don Dunstan Foundation’s establishment an…
 
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 work setting everything up for us. We had a great time and hope that those in attendance did too. In this episode Dan tells some whacky and wild stories from the history…
 
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 Burnside show... this episode was recorded last week and that show has already been. Thanks everyone that came out! #AdeLOL #HaveALaughHaveALOL #HeapsGoodHistory #AdelaideComedy #…
 
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 wild tangent about Wok-In-A-Box owners and the dangers of climate change. Never mind listeners, maybe Tom can start his own spinoff podcast with a hilarious look at South…
 
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 stories of scooter riders who did NOT play by the rules... and by the rules we mean 'the law'. #AdeLOL #HeapsGoodHistory #LimeScooters #Giggleaide #AdelaideComedy #Comed…
 
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 lead perhaps the most daring escape from Yatala Labour Prison in our state's history. We explore his epic story whilst enjoying this week's beer of the episode, which was S…
 
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 Savers). This one tells the story of when Wayne Weidemann rented a stretch limo, and did some racially questionable things in South Central Los Angeles. We also discuss our up…
 
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 fashion stage, and one of Australia's greatest music promoters during the 1960s and 70s. In 1971 he put together the Myponga Pop Festival, remembered to this very day as 'Aus…
 
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, would go on to become the most powerful man in the World... also Donald Trump gets a mention. This episode was recorded LIVE at the Crown and Sceptre, during our first sh…
 
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 blue lake. #AdeLOL #HeapsGoodHistory #ComedyPodcast #AdelaidePodcast #HaveALaughHaveALOL #GibbsEmAGo #SAHistoryעל ידי AdeLOL
 
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 docks of Port Adelaide where it is currently being displayed and painstakingly restored by a troop of incredible volunteers. The ship has had an fascinating, and at times …
 
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 experiencing a few problems at their local wharf... 500 to be exact. It promises to be a trolley full of lols. #AdeLOL #AdelaideComedy #AdelaidePodcast #HeapsGoodHistory #HaveA…
 
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, you probably shouldn't have a go at building any tram networks. #AdeLOL #AdelaideComedy #AdelaidePodcast #HeapsGoodHistory #HaveALaughHaveALoL #GibbsEmAGo #ComedyPodcast…
 
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, and sometimes tragic, times as Mayor of Adelaide. A big thanks to the past Lord Mayor of Adelaide Martin Haese for his input, the great work he has done for our city, and …
 
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 theft of his neighbours Christmas dinner. Believe us when we tell you that the goose wasn't the only thing that was cooked in this tale. #AdeLOL #HeapsGoodHistory #AdelaideH…
 
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. We'll be back with some full episodes soon. #AdeLOL #heapsgoodhistory #AdeLOLLive #ComedyPodcast#AdelaideComedy #SAHistory #havealaughhaveaLOL #GibbsEmAGo#MakeCharlesSturt…
 
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). For the City of Charles Sturt we will be giving our endorsement to Paul Kitsis. We were particularly won over by his eye catching flyer and his commitment to democracy. We…
 
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. A huge thanks to everyone who came and watched the show, we really do appreciate it, and the whole Crown & Sceptre crew. We look forward to doing three live shows at the …
 
ANNE IN A CAN IS HERE! As a thank you, we explore the history of SA's best paint store, Paint Supplies. Get into their store today and get our Anne in a Can. Mad props to Gary, Emma and the rest of the Paint Supplies crew for making all our paint related dreams come true.על ידי AdeLOL
 
In this very special episode, we explore the history behind a much loved state icon, Balfours. From Pasties and Pies, Cakes to Cobbs, and Frog-cakes and Fish (you'll see) our state's best bakery has done it all. A huge thanks to Jim Millar, baker and previous head of Balfours product development, for sharing his hilarious Balfours stories from the …
 
For South Australia's History Month 2018, we told the story of Mike 'Randy' Rann's smackdownm, at the Little Bang Brewing Company. A scandalous piece of modern history all about sex, lies and a magazine. Thanks to all who came along, we had an absolute cracker of a time. We'd like to that all the work the History Trust of South Australia and SA's H…
 
For South Australia's History Month 2018, South Australia's Emerging Historians of the Year (lol, wtf?) present the history of Stepney at the Little Bang Brewing Company. From outlaws to wood pirates and Dan parking his car in the wrong spot, the little suburb of Stepney has a rich and hilarious past. We'd like to that all the work the History Trus…
 
What happens when you get between a man and his meat? One of the biggest riots our state has ever seen.Have a listen to this live episode recorded at the Adelaide Podcast Festival 2018, of which the content will ensure we're never welcome at any Port Adelaide establishment ever again.Many thanks to the Auscast Network and all the sponsors, especial…
 
In this AdeLOL we explore the story of English Gentleman and Explorer John Horrocks and South Australia's first camel, Harry. John was the first European to explore Clare Valley and establish some townships in the region, but he is ultimately remembered for only one thing...have a listen and find out where this hilarious tale ends up. Beer of the e…
 
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