A new show will be hitting your screens soon! Broadcast Radio Australia is a 10-part series showcasing diverse community radio stations across SA.
As Fringe 2019 is fast approaching, we’re getting ready to bring back Fringe on 44! With a record breaking number of shows from all new and original genres, Adelaide will be buzzing from February 15 right through until March 17.
Starting Tuesday 10:30 am, December 4, Channel 44 will be airing the new locally produced show, Alan Louis Watercolours.
We were able to live stream multiple basketball matches for the annual SAASTA Shield between schools across the state!
It’s been a gut-wrenching wait, but Adelaide’s Best 5 in 5 Burgers are here! Travelling around the Adelaide region to find the best 5 burgers is Adelaide comedian, Fabien Clark.
We’ve just wrapped filming on our next episode of Adelaide’s Best 5 in 5, and boy are we full! This time, we took a deep dive into the best burger joints around the Adelaide area.
Have you ever thought about producing your own show for community television? C44 is looking for new local fishing, car, children’s or lifestyle programming to air. CBF Grants are now open to support your production, but they must be auspiced by us. So make sure you communicate with us throughout the process if you’d like to
We are excited to welcome Ethan to Channel 44 as our youngest on-air program maker. 15-year-old Ethan has created a brand new series titled Off the Couch With Ethan. His show aims to get other teenagers and their families off the couch and out and about, visiting some of the amazing natural wonders that Australia has to
Get ready to drool… Our brand new series Adelaide’s Best 5 in 5 is fresh out of the oven with our first episode, Adelaide’s Best 5 Pizzas in Five Minutes, in all its cheesy goodness on Facebook now.
On Wednesday and Thursday, our crew headed to the Aboriginal Power Cup to continue filming our SAASTA documentary. Participants must meet strict guidelines to attend this event, with behavioural and academic expectations, as well as a minimum 80% school attendance.