In the summer of 2008-09, David M. Green made appearances on and sketches for Fresh 92.7FM’s “Freshly Squeezed” breakfast show with Jason Spreadbury & Katie Powell (and Chelsea Evans in the news room). It’s the “dance-o station” for the rowdy teens of Adelaide, and for some reason, my membership was accepted… To listen to Fresh online, click here. Or you can listen back to past appearances by clicking on the links below…
The 2009 Uraidla Mad Sheep Incident (24/02/2009)
An audio reconstruction of a sheep dog trial gone wrong in the Adelaide Hills town of Uraidla. Plus financial advice from some guy.
The Friendly Vegan Restaurant (17/02/2009)
I, David M. Green, fill in for Fresh FM’s resident food critic, and review a new vegetarian restaurant. Plus a tip to survive the financial crisis, and my recent trip to the dermatologist.
Spreadbury Conserves (10/02/2009)
Jason Spreadbury sells his sole to endorse a new jam. Plus “Weird things you’ve said in your sleep” and our plans for Valentine’s Day.
Barack Obama Massage (27/01/2009)
Newly inaugurated President Barack Obama gives David M. Green a soothing back massage during an exclusive interview for Fresh 92.7FM. Plus an update on the pizza delivery business.
Fresh Indication Unit (20/01/2009)
How do you know whether food is past its expiration date (assuming you can’t read)? Plus a great way to have guilt-free long showers, and Chelsea from the newsroom fills in for Katie, talking about tipping, throwing-up and animal cruelty. A tick in every box!
Insider Trading (13/01/2009)
Has this economic crisis forced you to eat out of the garbage or sell yourself on the street? We might just have a solution… Plus a special DMG’s Guide to Being Green for a 41-degree-day.
Job Interviews (06/01/2009)
Fresh shows you how to succeed in your next job interview. Plus DMG’s Guide to Being Green #15 – Exercise Power and a callout for Katie impressions.
Montages of Adelaide (30/12/2008)
The solution to all your time-management needs. Plus David M. Green’s Guide to Being Green #23 – Hybrid Cars.
Live Safari (23/12/2008)
David’s recordings from a live safari show on cable TV