Alberta Podcast Network Roundup 51


This week’s collection of episodes sees Modern Manhood Interviewing The UnDad, which in turn does a question-answering session featuring cameos from several members of the network. You’ll also hear a couple of Grey Cup wrapups, a West Side Story finale, a soccer scoop of sorts, a Super Smash Bros history, a big announcement about the Highlevel Showdown, plus NHL firings, Bollywood pulp, arts data, bad Spider-Man, barbecue, wine and more.


This week on Press Start to Join, Josh and Alan talk about movies streaming on YouTube and DC's interesting movie choice. Josh recommends a kaiju board game, and Alan suggests a rhythm game to check out on VR. 
27 min
The Nice Approach
On I Don't Get It, Fawnda and Paul catch What A Young Wife Ought to Know, Theatre Network’s latest offering by Hannah Moscovitch. Then, they fill us in on the results of the recent Arts Datathon. 
21 min


On Modern Manhood, German Villegas welcomes fellow APN podcaster Trent Wilkie of The UnDad to share his ideas on manhood as a writer, journalist, performer, adoptee, and new dad. 
35 min
This week on The UnDad, answers questions from members of the Alberta Podcast Network, among others (including his son). Some of them are funny, some sincere, and some are about corn nuts.
35 min
On the Mess Hall Podcast, Avery Cochrane welcomes Ryan from the Eat More Barbecue podcast to talk barbecue, smokers, techniques and Texas vs. Carolina-style.
35 min
Todd Nesloney - Asking Crazy Questions
On Ed, Shane sits down to talk with Dani Bostick, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse who is now an educator and passionate defender of students' rights to feel safe in their school.
39 min
Check-in 24 - Resolutions & Babies
Putting it Together reaches the end of its first Sondheim musical! Kyle Marshall welcomes Joe Slabe to discuss the ending of West Side Story and its wider cultural impact. 
34 min
Before the news was even public, Nate and Adam of the Loyal Company of the River Valley got to interview Randy Edwini-Bonsu and Allan Zebie, FC Edmonton's first signed CPL signings.
37 min
On Speaking Municipally, 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.
30ish min


On Hockey Feels, Steven and Rachel talk about Edmonton replacing coach Todd McLellan, and Philadelphia dumping GM Ron Hextall. 
47 min
On the 2 and Out CFL Podcast, Travis Currah and Brazilian Ty recap the craziness that was Grey Cup Week in Edmonton. And the game, too!
58 min
The Spy Who Loved Me: Ek Tha Tiger and Tiger Zinda Hai
Highlevel Showdown announces its finale (live Dec. 6!)  Then Michael, Elliott and Sharon look at media funding in Canada and back-to-work legislation for Canada Post. 
47 min
On Girl Tries Life, Victoria sits down with the founder of Barre Body Studio, Marlo Brausse, to discuss personal narratives, how to motivate, and what it means to truly love yourself. 
50 min
Looking for holiday wine recommendations? Join Mary and Amanda on Tomato Radio as they catch up with Juanita and Kelsey Roos from Color de Vino. 
46 min


The newest episode of Bollywood is for Lovers has Erin and Matt discussing critically acclaimed crime auteur Sriram Raghavan and two of his films: Johnny Gaddaar and Agent Vionod.  
68 min
On I Have Some Notes, Colin, Scott and Gregg dig into Spider-Man 3 and the Sam Raimi reign with the franchise. How will the team of film-fixing crusaders solve this one? 
73 min
This game has only four entries across the 15 years of its existence, but all of them are loved in their own way and are still played for fun and competition today. On Press Start to Join's "History" episode: Super Smash Bros. 
71 min
The latest episode of Northern Nerdcast has Dan and Chelsea joined by Eddie MacIntosh and Kyle Weatherby from Ray Gun Wizard, an Edmonton-based film production company and home to a live-stream DnD game. 
62 min
On a new episode of Creative Block, Kyle Marshall sits down with lawyer, composer, and author Ben Birney. Ben shares the meandering journey that led him to where he is now, which includes video game music, Broadway, and fantasy novels.
65 min
Join Vanda and her husband Frank on a new episode of Tight Ends as they discuss the Calgary Stampeders' Grey Cup win, and how hard it is to be a fan of the NFL sometimes. 
65 min
Carl, Joel and Nick are together again on The 4th Line Podcast to discuss the latest in NHL firings, trades and contracts. Also, which Strome is the best Strome?
64 min


Despite being seen as one cohesive group, Edmonton's Black communities have contrasting lived experiences and dynamics. On OtherWise, Morenike Olaosebikan explores the fragmentation of the city's African, Caribbean, and Black communities.
46 min
The Nice Approach
On the latest episode of Let's Do Coffee, Dan van Veelen of NAIT's Mawji Centre interviews military veteran and new dad Cole Rosentreter about his company, Pegasus Imagery, which is a drone company designed to aid in emergency management. 
36 min
Many people have a mid-life epiphany that they should have pursued their passion and sought a career in the arts. Darrell Pidner had the opposite experience, and this week on Back to School Again, he shares his journey with host Katrina Ingram.
34 min
The Nice Approach
Every month, join host and ATB economist Nick Ford as he explores Alberta’s geography, businesses, organizations, and diverse people on We Are Alberta. This month, the show focuses on Bow Island mint and dill farmer Lynn Thacker.
22 min
Check-in 24 - Resolutions & Babies
In case you missed it, Park Power founder Kris Kasawski reflected on his company's first five years in business as an electricity and natural gas provider in Alberta. Check out his blog post reflecting on the journey so far and the road ahead.
The Nice Approach
If you missed Trevor Phillips at the Shift Lab Speaker Series on difficult conversations about race, you can still hear his important message in an interview on The Well-Endowed Podcast.
29 min
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