Adam Gilding / Program Host
Adam Gilding shows
Q. If you could have any job for a day, what would it be?
A. Bonsai artist. Bonsai plants are way cooler than you or I will ever understand
Q. What’s your favourite food?
A. Stupidly spicy vindaloo. Like the kind that from the first mouthful you start to hear colours. Where you lose your spatial and temporal positioning and you hands feel like tiny iguanas. That kind of spicy.
Q. What’s your favourite band?
A. I go back and forward between different acts, but never get far away from Camp Cope. So human! So good!
Q. If you could have any three people to dinner, who would they be?
A. Invite? So they might not arrive? I don’t want to set the bar too high so I’m not disappointed. Quinton Smith from Shut Up & Sit Down, the inventor of Malt-O-Milk biscuits and my Mum
Q. If you could meet anyone who has passed away, who would it be and why?
A. Robin Williams seemed like a top dude. I’d chill with him. Buy him a beer.
Q. What’s your best advice for people interested in working on radio?
A. Just do it! Get right into it, you’ll be nervous. Don’t worry about making something that’s perfect; just do it. The next time you jump on air you’ll do even better.
Q. What event, festival or service would you being to Geelong?
A. RTX; Rooster Teeth Expo. As a nerd, I have a soft spot for fellow nerds. Nerd conventions just bring a bunch of awkward weirdos together in a room where they don’t need to feel awkward or weird. I love it!
Q. What song is your guilty pleasure?
A. First of all, there’s no such thing as a guilty pleasure. Love what you love, don’t compromise on that. Probably Dystopia by YACHT, though. It’s very simple, not that unique and quite repetitive, but I kind of love it.