Tune in to this past week’s podcast episodes from our members and affiliates, rounded up into playlists so you can choose the topic that appeals to you. The “subscribe” button will let you grab a playlist for your podcatcher. Or, you can sample the shows below.
NORTHERN ALBERTA STORIES
The Well Endowed Podcast learns about a historic Edmonton brewery and the Alberta Community Bat Program. I Don’t Get It is joined by Laura Raboud for a review of Hinkypunk, and Karen Unland and Elizabeth Spencer of That’s a Thing?! for a debrief of Richard III. Let’s Do Coffee sits down with JP Benoit, the youngest owner of a Fountain Tire franchise. And Speaking Municipally tackles a grab bag of civic issues, including heritage buildings, waste management, and Starbucks closures.
SOUTHERN ALBERTA STORIES
Repodcasting shares an interview with young Alberta filmmaker Lucie Adams. A Branded World talks with Ken Lima-Coelho of YMCA Calgary about the staying power behind the Y’s brand. Eat More Barbecue sits down with Pete Cummings, the man behind Smokey Beard BBQ in Red Deer. Creative Block returns with a conversation with Sage Theatre’s creative director Jason Mehmel.
Modern Manhood shares some audio from a recent Wolf Pack discussion about mentoring boys. Back to School Again hears from Nimaya Lodu, a student working his way to a new career in a new country. Ed - Conversations about the Teaching Life interviews principal Kyle McCormick on the importance of being critical about the reasoning and methods used in teaching. The latest episode of anticulture takes a look at multi-level marketing. Girl Tries Life shares tips on how batch work can alleviate your stress load.
Loyal Company of the River Valley takes a deep dive into the Canadian Premier League finals. 2 and Out wraps up Week 18 and sets up Week 19 for CFL fans. The Eskimo Empire Podcast digs into the Esks’ win over the BC Lions with former co-host Joshua Semchuk. Vanda and Frank review this season’s NFL coaches and salute gymnast Simone Byles on Tight Ends. The 4th Line takes a look at this season’s winners and winless, and The 4th Line WHLCast shares the latest in Western Hockey League News. Hockey Feels anticipates the cohosts’ favourite teams going head-to-head.
I Have Some Notes dusts off their steampunk rewriting utensils to fix Wild Wild West. Metro Cinema presents… Close-Up shares the November film lineup coming to the historic Metro Cinema. The Read-Along hits up Chapter 19 of A Memory Called Empire. Press Start to Join talks Apple iOS 13, Catalina, and controversy. It’s a Conspiracy! digs deeper into MK-Ultra, and the Mess Hall Podcast taste-tests M&Ms.
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