Premier Steven Marshall joins Jodie and Soda to talk what's happening over the border and when we might be able to travel over east once again.
Get ready for your Tuesday with the Top 5 things you need to know today.
We asked the question: "What do you just not give a ###K about?" and we're not sure we're entirely on-board with all of the answers that our friends of the show told us.
I mean, we do kinda need the environment, don't we?
For some reason, 50 Cent felt compelled to weigh in on Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith's marital situation.
But Will had some very concise directions to send back to 50.
Welcome to your Monday, these are the top 5 things you need to know that are happening in Adelaide and around the world as you kick off your week!
We were absolutely floored by just how generous our Friends and the Show have been over the past few weeks...not surprised, just floored.
We set a goal to fill 250 Newborn Kiddy Kits for The Village Co and new mothers in need. What we ended up with (thanks to our massively generous Friends of the Show) was amazing!
Listen to the moment when Jodie told Steph from The Village Co exactly how much was being donated to her incredible char...
Producer Thom has an iPhone hack for parents, that is an absolute game-changer.
He shared it with the team and Friend of the Show are already on board.
If you're a parent, you know how difficult it can be to keep on top of your kids' screentime.
Producer Thom has a simple iPhone lifehack that gives you the power back. It's a game-changer.
South Australia's borders have been opened up...kinda. At least the state's borders with WA, NT and Tasmania. Jodie and Soda spoke with Premier Steven Marshall about what it means and where to from here.
With yet another awful example of racism in Australian footy, we caught up with Port Adelaide's Director of Aboriginal Programs Paul Vandenbergh about what can be done to address the problem we have.
And two of Jodie'...
South Australia's borders have reopened to some part of Australia, however, other states aren't yet reciprocating. Premier Steven Marshall joined Jodie and Soda to talk what's happening with the state borders and what will happen next.
Following yet another awful example of racism in the AFL, Jodie and Soda were joined by Port Adelaide's Director of Aboriginal Programs Paul Vandenbergh to talk about what needs to be done in footy.
Jodie and Soda opened up the book of records to find their most senior listener.
And Jodie ALMOST showed Russell Brand something, she didn't...but she came close. She definitely thought about it...
With only a few days left for people to get their donations, Jodie and Soda caught up with Steph from The Village Co, she let them know that they had run into a little transport roadblock.
Luckily, a generous offer was coming!
Jodie & Soda opened up the Book of Records to find the most senior listener to the show.
The apology that Jodie was forced to give, Jodie gives her thoughts on Soda's useless footy facts, plus we give you an update on the Kiddy Kits.
How much would you pay for Travis Boak's pillow, a couple of bidders got a bit excited at the last minute.
It was all for a good cause with proceeds from the auction going to support The Village Co.
Port Adelaide Chairman David Koch joined Jodie & Soda to talk about Ollie Wines' suspension for breaking COVID-19 league guidelines, this weekend's Showdown and Travis Boak's pillow.
All's fair in raising money for charity, right? Even auctioning off a footy player's worn budgy smugglers. We were absolutely gobsmacked by how generous our Friends of the Show were when bidding on these bad boys!
And is there an age you should stop wearing the g-string?
Jodie and Soda played their new game Dead or Alive and we might need to send an apology to Toru Iwatani, the designer of the video game Pacman. You are still very much alive, sir.
Ahead of this weekend's Showdown, Jodie and Soda caught up with Tom Lynch to speak about...budgy smugglers?!?
Ah, okay HIS budgy smugglers that he generously offered up for auction to raise money for The Village Co.