Adelaide is “heaps good”, as the saying goes. This Public House Forum episode was recorded in that city, and suggests that it might well be true.
The first Public House Forum for 2018 is also the first one recorded in Adelaide, and the panel is simply wonderful.
- Tory Shepherd, state editor of The Advertiser.
- Katie Spain, editor of Fritz Magazine.
- Dr Hannah Brown, a postdoctoral fellow in paediatrics and reproductive health at the University of Adelaide.
- Nicholas Fryer, presenter of The Arch Window and all-purpose misanthropist.
- Sebastian Fryer, a young person, also appears briefly.
This episode was recorded in front of a live audience at The Wheatsheaf Hotel in Thebarton, Adelaide, on Saturday 24 March 2018.
There’s talk of Lego, starting a family, fritz, crumpets, Maggie Beer, orgasms, collusion to commit lexicography, infertility, and underage drinking. Amongst many other things.
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[Photo: The Wheatsheaf Hotel, photographed on 23 March 2018.]