The Alberta Podcast Network grows again!


Here we grow again! Today we welcome seven more podcasts to the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB:

Ed - Conversations about the Teaching Life is Shane Lawrence's honest and fascinating podcast about education. He interviews inspiring educators from all over the place in three weekly episodes every month, and once a month he checks in with a round table of teacher friends. 

Frank Reactions is Tema Frank's long-running podcast on customer service and customer experience. Every two weeks she brings us interviews with leaders and thinkers in this field that all organizations ought to pay attention to.

I Don't Get It is an effervescent and award-winning podcast about performance (often dance but other forms of art as well), hosted by Fawnda Mithrush and Paul Blinov and produced by Andrew Paul.

Let's Find Out is a monthly podcast answering people's questions about Edmonton's history, hosted by the city's historian laureate, Chris Chang-Yen Phillips. Every episode is a beautifully produced jewel.

Press Start to Join is a deeply nerdy look at video games, movies, TV, comics and other elements of geek/pop culture. Josh Shenfield and Alan Techsmith review the news of the week, and do occasional deep dives into video game history. 

Tomato Radio is an offshoot of The Tomato, Mary Bailey's essential magazine covering Edmonton's food and wine scene. On the podcast every two weeks, she and Amanda LeNeve food and drink in the city and beyond.

Walkcast is journalist and urbanist Tim Querengesser's monthly look at walkability. Microphone in hand, he goes walking with people who think about how to make a city more friendly to those who get around on foot. 

This brings our contingent to 28 members, along with three affiliated podcasts from our partners and sponsors. Check out the whole family.

Speaking of which, a new season of Culture Cast has begun. This podcast on leadership features conversations between ATB's Chief Evangelist, Lorne Rubis, and leadership coach Lynette Turner. The latest episode explores "exponential leadership."

And be sure to subscribe to The Well Endowed Podcast, a monthly look at passionate people building a vibrant community, produced by our friends and sponsors at the Edmonton Community Foundation. The December episode will be out soon, and the whole back catalogue is worth your time.

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