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Our guests this week are Associate Professor Alison C. Alison Oborn from Adelaide Haunted Horizons would argue yes.

Or, at least, she would argue there are many occurrences that require further explanation because they are just too weird or creepy to fit our normal range of exp.

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This week, Leila Henderson about love and Lawrence Leung about reason.

If you've ever wondered how modern beats are made, Tim Whitt's approach to sample Adelaide sounds will be a real ear opener.

Tim has a new album out in October and tonight we'll explore the unique way he has layered it with sounds of our city. PLEASE NOTE: Our content this week is explicit in some sections, so you might not want to listen to this in the car on school drop off or via loudspeakers at work!

Hayley Everuss, state manager of Oz Harvest, joins us to discuss this topic. Spend an evening with Sophie from Wakefield Grange Butchery and Grocer in Yankalilla to start understanding meat, especially the cheaper cuts!

This week, the SA Drink Of The Week is from Forktree Brewing. They are loved by naturopaths and vegans, sought after by confectioners and chocolatiers, and now cognitive scientists might be hot on their trail - welcome to our episode for understanding almonds.

We round off our food trilogy this week by understanding food waste.


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