Originally performed on stage, Windmill Theatre Company's Rumpelstiltskin is making its way to the Roxbylink Cinema!
This latest imagining of the mischievous imp was filmed by Australian National Theatre Live, and will be presented to the people of Roxby Downs for Book Week.
According to Country Arts SA's Arts Programming Manager, Louisa Norman, the original stage production had a successful run in Adelaide back in 2016, and if you think you know the story of Rumpelstiltskin - think again!
Representatives from the West Adelaide Football Club have this week made their way to Roxby Downs, running training sessions with local football teams and school students.
Gemma Prendergast, WAFC's dietician, dropped in on RoxFM's Hub Cap to talk about the free nutrition sessions she's running in town.
The first session will be held at 10am at the Community Youth Centre and is all about nutrition for children.
For the second year in a row Andamooka is taking part in the South Australian Living Arts Festival for the whole month of April.
This time around a colourful display of mosaics adorn the fencing around the community garden running along side the community hall.
This year, artist Heather Gordon shared her passion for mosaics with the residents of Andamooka, teaching them the ins-and-outs of the medium and providing some of her own work to display in the garden.
"It's a bit funky, and there are lots of cool things to see," says Pip Stafford from the Andamooka Yacht Club, which is housed in the community hall.
Last night, Andamooka kicked off National Science Week with the Southern Cross Outreach Observation Project (or SCOOP for short).
The clear night sky proved an amazing opportunity for the Andamooka locals and everyone who drove up from Roxby Downs to get outside and learn about the planets in our solar system from the comfort of SCOOP's portable observatory.
Over the weekend the South Australian Community Broadcasting Association (SACBA) held their annual conference; an event which helps connect South Australian community media organisations, and to give people involved with the industry a chance to learn and develop their knowledge of the sector.
Each event is accompanied by an awards dinner known as the "SACBA Bilby Awards", celebrating the best of community radio throughout the year.
RoxFM's very own Brain Chamber was lucky enough to pick up the "Can't Get Out Of The Car" award; awarded to an engaging segment of a program, and this year Brain Chamber's first semi-final showdown between Cyrus and Amanda (which you can listen back to here) was deemed to be the best of the best!
The Morning Show had a chat with Brain Chamber host, Adrian Friedel, about the show's win - you can listen back to it here:
You can catch Brain Chamber on Thursdays from 5pm on RoxFM, or you can listen back to previous episodes!
Just in case you thought last week was a fluke, fear not! Brain Chamber is actually back! Take a listen back to the second episode of series 2, and remember to tune in at 5pm Thursdays for more Brain Chamber!
Listen back here:
If you've noticed a severe lack of quiz programming on RoxFM over the last couple months, fear not! Brain Chamber has returned in full force!
We've got more questions and more contestants to answer them (or at least try)!
Listen back to the first episode of the latest series:
Brain Chamber airs 5pm Thursdays on 105.5 RoxFM!
Last week, Arid Recovery received a visit from Tim Low - a biologist and author who had been commissioned by Australian Geographic to write a piece on captive breeding.
Coming from Queensland, Low had only read about Arid Recovery in scientific journals but was so impressed with the work they had been doing that he took the opportunity to get on a plane and visit the reserve.
"One of the strengths of Arid Recovery is that it's always been very research based," Tim explained, "it was never a case of just 'Let's put up a fence and toss in some animals,' it was always 'Let's put some Bettongs in, but we'll also put them in part of the reserve and not another part so we can see what changes they make to the vegetation.'"
Take a listen back to RoxFM's interview with Tim Low:
Having improvised over 1,500 shows, Adam Page promises that no two performances are the same - each gig is a world premiere!
The Adelaide based performer is headed to Roxby Downs as part of a Country Arts SA music tour, prides himself on making each performance as unique as possible.
Adam, who originally trained as a saxophonist, will be bringing up to 15 instruments with him when he performs at the Roxbylink Auditorium, from traditional instruments like keyboards to the lesser known nose flute.
Using a loop pedal, Adam plays a piece of music with one instrument and keeps adding more instruments over the top, playing whatever comes into his head to create a new sound each time.
Listen back to Adam's interview with Aussie Music Hour:
Though we might not receive Adelaide's community television station, Channel 44, in Roxby Downs, that doesn't stop the host of their newest travel show, Off The Couch With Ethan, from making the journey out this way.
Inspired by his time doing work experience with Channel Nine's South Aussie With Cosi, and with a passion for travelling and camping, he's filming all over the country to encourage other teenagers to get up off the couch and see Australia.
Currently Ethan is travelling north through South Australia with his family, stopping in at Roxby Downs while heading towards Coober Pedy, before having to travel back home in time for term 3 at high school.
Ethan stopped by RoxFM while he was in town to talk about Off The Couch With Ethan and where he's headed next - Listen back to his interview: