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Wavelength - Sparking the convos about Adelaide you should be having.

Wavelength is when Fresh 92.7 takes a moment to tell the stories of Adelaide. Its people, its events, its culture. Sometimes its serious, and sometimes we talk about manbuns.

Winner of the CBAA Award for Excellence in Spoken Word, News and Current Affairs Programming and the SACBA Award for Best Interview in 2015.

Listen to Wavelength live every Monday night from 6pm. Relive the stories here after they've aired!

Wavelength: What don’t you know about Epilepsy?

"At the moment in South Australia, we have 62,000 people living with epilepsy" Epilepsy is a condition that touches many people, and chances are you may have a friend or family member that lives with the...

Wavelength: Adelaide’s School Climate Strike

"I'll get in trouble but it's worth it...it's an issue that's dear to me"  Last Friday saw thousands of school kids and uni students head out of the classroom and out onto the streets for the 'School...

Wavelength: Fresh 92.7 turns 21 years young

"You never heard dance music...that just launched something very beautiful which is Fresh today" - Chris Velliaris, one of the founders of Fresh 92.7. It's official, Fresh 92.7 has finally reached...

Wavelength: How to do the Fringe on a budget

"You need to have a few beers before you come in" With over 1000 events on throughout the Fringe Festival, it can definitely be tough to get to all your favourite shows, particularly when you might not have...

Wavelength: How rewarding are your rewards cards?

"Sometimes you can do an awful lot of good behaviour for pretty minimal reward" - Associate Professor Anne Sharp, UniSA Every time we go shopping these days, we're prompted to flash our rewards cards. But...

Wavelength: Should we keep Lime Scooters around?

"It may be good as a long term thing if people can behave themselves" It's Fringe time in Adelaide, but this year you might see a few Lime Scooters flying past on the streets. But should they become a...

Wavelength: Is running a Fringe show worthwhile?

"What we've found can be a competitive advantage...is if you do something different" - The Disney Diaries  The Adelaide Fringe is said to be the world's second largest Fringe festival, but with over 1200...