The protagonist - Adelaide - seeks attention by faking illnesses. When she meets Brad, an aspiring paramedic, at the pharmacy counter, she believes she may have found the perfect man. So what happens next for these two?
A mother and her daughter both have a relationship with the same man.
A comedy drama told from six different perspectives of a family who reunite in Adelaide when Mum plans to sell the family home. Any sense of togetherness quickly crumbles to reveal how fucked and glorious it is to be home.
Maria Adelaide, a simple woman from the Northeast, discovers in the great city of Rio de Janeiro an identity that remained hidden.
It seemed an impossible outcome. After England clearly dominated the first two days of the 2nd 3 mobile Ashes Test at the Adelaide Oval, a draw appeared to be the most likely result. Ricky Ponting's Australian side had other ideas. On the final day, with masterful bowling and courageous batting, Australia achieved the unthinkable, winning the Test by six wickets with 3.1 overs to spare. In one of the greatest comebacks in history, the Australian Cricket team not only crushed England's hopes in the Second Test, butquite possibly buried their dream of retaining the Ashes. Hosted by Richie Benaud and Michael Slater, this exclusive DVD brings you the incredible moments of that historic Test, including the euphoric post match celebrations.
It was never easy and it was always controversial, but in the end the birth of the Adelaide Crows - the AFL's 15th team - was one of the most exciting initiatives undertaken. With Queensland, New South Wales and Western Australia already joining Victoria in the national competition, the last hitch was coming to terms with the proud South Australians - a state divided on the debate about whether or not it should enter the expanding AFL. The issue was one of the hottest topics in football, but now, with Adelaide crowing in joyful chorus after its initial success, the genesis of the Crows is complete and a magnificent chapter in football history has begun. The entire four quarters of the Adelaide Crows first victory of the 1991 home and away season.
1997 Adelaide Finals Pack - Preliminary Final - Adelaide def. Western Bulldogs.
The 1998 AFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the Adelaide Crows and the North Melbourne Kangaroos, held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne on 26 September 1998. It was the 102nd annual Grand Final of the Australian Football League (formerly the Victorian Football League), staged to determine the premiers for the 1998 AFL season. The match, attended by 94,431 spectators, was won by Adelaide by a margin of 35 points marking that club's second consecutive premiership victory, and second premiership overall.
A rich girl is fascinated by a street across from her house full of 1870's London cast-offs.
When the matriarch of an unconventional family decides to sell the family home to rid herself of debt racked up by her ex-husband, she provokes existential crises in her children as they return to Adelaide to say farewell.
Adelaide Tonight was a nightly variety show, running four days a week at 9.30pm on Nine Network, NWS-9 Adelaide. The show was broadcast live from Studio 1 between 1959 and 1973. The show was similar to In Melbourne Tonight with Graham Kennedy. The comperes and presenters on the show were Lionel Williams, Kevin Crease, Ernie Sigley, Ian Fairweather, Gerry Gibson, Roger Cardwell and Anne Wills.