This week on Wavelength we brought you stories on the mysterious and possibly haunted Adelaide Gaol, a piece on the Sia Furler Institute for Contemporary Music & Media, the lowdown on local 24 hour bakeries, and the psychological affect of strict parents on young people.
The Adelaide Gaol is one of the two oldest public buildings in Adelaide. Opened in 1841 and closed in 1988, there is a lot of history inside its walls – and maybe even something more? This week Erin had a look into the history of the place and its paranormal sightings.
Photo: Adelaide Gaol
The University of Adelaide has just opened the Sia Furler Institute for Contemporary Music & Media, named after one of Adelaide’s most successful musical exports. Zane spoke to Professor Jennie Shaw, Executive Dean for the Faculty of Arts at the University, about what the institute means for students and the wider Adelaide community.
Photo: University of Adelaide
Adelaide boasts many popular 24 hour bakery businesses including Bakery on O’Connell, Enjoy Cafe Bakery and globally exported Villi’s Bakery. This week Vicki chatted to representatives from each of these bakeries to get the lowdown on what goes into opening and operating a 24 hour bakery business.
Photo: O’Connell Street Bakery
Was your adolescence marred by the smothering of over protective parents? Maybe it was your friends that were kept within arms reach by their mum or dad. We hear personal stories from young locals and get the facts from a psychologist, examining the effects of over protective parenting and try to understand what factors make parents behave this way.