Alberta Podcast Network Roundup 44


This week's roundup includes a Tomato Radio-I Don't Get It crossover, a controversial takedown of the Mighty Ducks (the movie, not the hockey team, although you might hear that too, come to think of it), and a goodbye-for-now from Tema Frank of Frank Reactions.

You'll also hear about inquiry-based education, Sondheim's Cool, duelling pianos, Al Classico, the rise and fall and rise of Gritty, video game music, Donald Glover's universe, intimacy, alien candy and more. 


Makeshift Stories shares a fairy-tale from the "Somewhere Sometime" series written by Alan V. Hare. Under the influence of an alien obsessed with sweets, Mario is encouraged to eat candy until he grows to alarming proportions.
14 min
On a "check-in" episode of Ed, Shane Lawrence investigates the idea of starting over — from lesson plans to an entire career. He, Shaun Smith and Joe Reimer discuss the why, the when, and the pros and cons of taking such a drastic approach.
29 min
This week on I Don't Get It, hosts Fawnda and Paul fill us in on Alberta Ballet’s 52nd season opener BJM Danse's Dance Me, a contemporary tribute to Leonard Cohen, and the Citadel Theatre’s launch of Oncethe much loved movie-cum-folkie musical.
21 min
Ths week on The UnDad, Trent Wilkie fills us in on upcoming changes to the podcast, Metro Shorts, Metro Cinema, Up Late With Dana Andersen, Dave Bidini, Litfest, Hold the Dark, New Girl, F&M, and these silly things humans call emotions.
20 min
Frank Reactions is taking a break, but Tema Frank has one last episode for us! She shares her news, then discusses the mobile revolution with David Hudson from Foresee. Happy travels, Tema! 
26 min
Troy Pavlek and Mack Male take a deeper look at what Edmonton's city council is up to — the new episode will be up Friday afternoon. While you wait, you can study up with Taproot Edmonton's Council Roundup.
20ish min


On Modern Manhood, German Villegas is joined by Col Cseke to discuss how the Calgary theatre community is dealing with sexual harassment accusations and discussions on privilege.
36 min
Todd Nesloney - Asking Crazy Questions
This week on Mess Hall Podcast, Avery is joined by comedian Freddy G! They discuss the Ketogenic diet, dry rub wings and the deliciousness of baby back ribs.
32 min
Check-in 24 - Resolutions & Babies
On the 4th Line WHLCast,Andy, Carl and Ryan discuss Kelowna hosting the 2020 Memorial Cup, undefeated teams vs. win-less teams, and the fate of Fortnite in the WHL.
36 min
On the latest Ed conversation, Shane welcomes Tonya Gilchrist to learn how her disatisfaction with teaching in America shaped what she is overseas as a language and literature teacher, an instructional coach, a literacy consultant and a speaker. 
32 min
The latest Highlevel Showdown episode has Michael, Sharon and Elliott looking at the new version of NAFTA, the US-MEXICO-CANADA Agreement (USMCA), and the results of Québec's provincial election. Plus, #Trumpwatch.
40 min
On Press Start to Join, Josh and Alan pump Experience Points, a local video-game-jazz cover band that released its first album, and discuss Facebook giving away your information. Plus, Josh really likes oatmeal and Alan recommends a webcomic.
45 min
Kyle Marshall welcomes Craig Learmont on Creative Block to discuss recording studios, education degrees, and asking for phone numbers from your piano teacher.
34 min
This week on a Tight Ends "overtime" episode, Vanda is joined by her co-host and husband Frank to discuss NFL injuries and also debate/ argue/fight it out. 
40 min
On Putting it Together, Kyle Marshall invites Ben Zuk to share his thoughts on the Sondheim song "Cool," a physically demanding number from West Side Story. 
36 min


Crave Cupcakes co-founder Jodi Willoughby joins Victoria Smith on Girl Tries Life to share some of her entrepreneurial advice, the Crave origin story, how to keep things fresh, and more!
49 min
The 4th Line Hockey Podcast #164 - The Bigger and Better 2018 - The 4th Line Podcast
On the latest episode of Repodcasting, Janet and Lucia weigh in on Rain Man. They take away Dustin Hoffman's Oscar and give the role of Raymond to someone else.
56 min
Ep 46:
Fawnda Mithrush from LitFest and I Don't Get It podcast, and Kaelin Whittaker from the Ruby Apron, join Mary and Amanda on Tomato Radio to share their favourite food books and family cooking traditions.
56 min
The Spy Who Loved Me: Ek Tha Tiger and Tiger Zinda Hai
This week's first installment of the 2 and Out CFL Podcast has Travis Currah and Brazilian Ty recapping all the goings-on for Week 16 of the CFL. 
55 min
On Blue in the Face, Chris sits down with three of the board members from Calgary's new artist-driven collective known as nvrlnd. 
57 min
On the second installment of the 2 and Out CFL Podcast, Travis and Ty set up Week 17 and share their fantasy lineups.
49 min


Eric Newby and Christian Zyp take us on a 13-step PopCycle journey from the talented Donald Glover to Space 1999, and from Nina Simone all the way back again! How do they do it?
77 min
Looking back on the first 200 episodes, Carl and Joel recap their favorite 4th Line Podcast moments and are joined by a special guest! Plus, they share their Western Conference predictions.
70 min
On Assumptions, Kyle and Daniel share some listener feedback and an interview with Fraser Tripp. Plus, discussions on conversion, understanding sexual intimacy, and masturbation. 
61 min
The season premier of I Have Some Notes sees Gregg Beever, Colin MacIntyre and Scott C. Bourgeois joined by Mighty Ducks superfan Danielle to pitch ideas for a better version of the movie.
60 min
On Loyal Company of the River Valley, Nate and Adam recap the Al Classico match between Calgary and Edmonton's prospects, the pitch at Meadows on the Green, and Macron.
66 min
On this week’s Hockey Feels, Steven and Rachel preview the 2018-19 NHL season and share how they think each division will line up. Who will be first? Who will be worst? How wrong will they be? 
78 min


This week on The Well Endowed Podcast, we hear about how the John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights is helping us understand the privilege of ableism with YEG Dignity Day. Plus, we hear about Pilgrims Hospice and Edmonton’s first residential community hospice centre.
30 min
The Nice Approach
Rdina Danaf's seven-year adventure in education started at NorQuest College and went on to the University of Alberta, where she graduated with honours. This week on Back to School, Katrina Ingram sits down with Rdina on the latest episode of Back to School Again.
32 min
On the debut episode of OtherWise, the team of Moréniké Ọláòșebìkan, Ahmed ‘Knowmadic’ Ali, Keren Tang, Jenna Mulji and Maegan Robinson-Anagor
discuss their reasons for wanting a platform that showcases the diverse stories of the “Others” living in Treaty 6 territory. 
34 min
Join host and ATB economist Nick Ford as he explores Alberta’s geography, its businesses, organizations, and its diverse and fascinating people — all viewed through an economic lens.
Thinking about the economic value of a post-secondary degree? ATB's Rob Roach explores this topic with the experts on the first run of Perch.  
The Nice Approach
Episode 1 of Let's Do Coffee features Ashif Mawji, founder of Upside Software and TrustScience, and namesake of NAIT's Mawji Centre. Host Dan van Veelen digs into his entrepreneurial spirit and is rewarded with great passion and advice.  
32 min
Canada’s original nonfiction festival is almost here! Get ready for 11 days of workshops, panels and conversations, starting Oct. 11. Did you get your offer code for $5 off? It's in our newsletters and on several of our podcasts.  
The Nice Approach
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