Alberta Podcast Network Roundup 48


This is an extra-large roundup, as illness and technical difficulties thwarted us last week. We’ve highlighted one episode of each podcast that has published over the past two weeks, and linked to others so you don’t miss a thing.

Inside you’ll find crossovers between PopCycle and That’s a Thing?!, Mess Hall and Tight Ends, and the sadly departed Young Gaffers and Putting It Together. Also, a special 50th episode from A Branded World, a farewell from Blue in the Face, and tons of other great episodes. Enjoy!


Fawnda and Paul discuss two highly hyped productions on I Don't Get It this week: Marty Chan’s The Bone House, and the Ballet Edmonton debut of their work with Wen Wei Wang. If you enjoy performance in Edmonton, check out last week's episode as well! 
30 min

On Let's Find Out, Chris Chang-Yen Phillips revisits a previous episode to answer a question about the name of a black student in an Edmonton Technical School class photo from 1932. CBC's Kyle Muzyka shares how he found the answer.
24 min
On Speaking Municipally, Troy Pavlek and Mack Male discuss the departure of the police chief, and question the lack of questions asked about our police budget. Also, a harsh indictment of the Office of Traffic Safety.
28 min
Alan V. Hare's storytelling podcast Makeshift Stories brings us a new tale about Ken Likeley, a man whose day goes sideways when he tries to return the cereal he was eating to the Whole Caboodle Mart.
25 min
Are you up on SCP? How about the Look-See? If a kid said, “I like rusty spoons,” would you understand? On That's a Thing?!, Elizabeth recommends the scariest things your teen has probably already seen.
19 min


This week on Ed, Shane welcomes Rebecca Chambers to learn about her move from a straight curriculum delivery system to Project Based Learning. If you missed it, check in with Ed's last episode as well.
39 min
On the Mess Hall Podcast, Avery sits down with writer Julie Van Rosendaal to discuss the stories behind her social media photos and of course, everything food! If you enjoyed this episode, check out last week's with Avery's wife Lena.
37 min
On The Undad, Trent Wilkie chats with Julie Rohr, a vibrant, positive woman currently battling a rare form of cancer. In case you missed it, check out last week's episode with Lindsay McNeill, the good Witch of the true North.
37 min
This week on Emily Missed Out, Breanne and Emily take in Spaceballs now that Emily has Star Wars and Alien in her movie arsenal. It's a lot more fun for her this time around. "What's the matter, Colonel Sandurz, CHICKEN?"
38 min
Todd Nesloney - Asking Crazy Questions
Calum Lykan shares his ventures in building the brand new Bothy Storytelling studio, learning new skills and hammering a thumb. Catch last week's episodes on his Fringe experiences and Viking adventures.
44 min
Check-in 24 - Resolutions & Babies
German Villegas welcomes Vivek Shraya to Modern Manhood to share her newest book, titled I’m Afraid of Men, and how masculinity was imposed on her as a boy and continues to haunt her as a girl.
42 min


The Spy Who Loved Me: Ek Tha Tiger and Tiger Zinda Hai
Join Dan and Chelsea on the Northern Nerdcast as they chat with the energetic Community Manager for Edmonton Twitch, MostlyBex. If you missed it, here's last week's episode about Extra Life Edmonton.
59 min
On the 2 and Out CFL Podcast, Travis and Ty wrap up the regular season with Alouettes FlightDeck, Argos FanCast, and the
Eskimo Empire Podcast. Then check out their semifinals preview. 
58 min
On the latest episode of Repodcasting, Lucia and Janet recast the roles played by Dean Devlin, Gerald Butler and Jim Sturgess in the so-bad-it's-good disaster film Geostorm. And there's a role for Tony Danza!
54 min
Chefs Christine Sandford (of Biera) and Roger Létourneau (of Bar Clementine) join Mary Bailey and Amanda LeNeve on Tomato Radio to talk food, restaurants, holiday cooking and love.
57 min
Michael Manus joins Kyle Marshall on Creative Block to share how his love of filmmaking took him from YouTube to working with large brands like Ford. In case you missed it, check out last week's episode with Amy Braithwaite.
45 min
On Girl Tries Life, Victoria Smith talks to teacher, traveler, and mom Jody Danchuk about her seven-month trip around the world. Plus, don't miss this coaching episode on changing limiting beliefs.
55 min
"Somewhere" is another romantic song from West Side Story, and according to Adam Kostanuick it's the most mature. He joins Kyle Marshall on Putting it Together to this Sondheim classic. Plus, ICYMI, a discussion of I Feel Pretty.
54 min
On this week’s Hockey Feels, Steven and Rachel talk about their teams both having a relatively good week and John Steven's coaching casualty. In case you missed it, check out last week's episode!
60 min


Season 4 Episode 9
Author Jamil Jivani joins Dave and Ryan on Daveberta to discuss his new book and delve into how Political Action Committees are shaping politics in our province. 
76 min
On the latest I Have Some Notes episode, Scott, Colin and Gregg step away from the mics and Danica Leblanc, Erin Beever and Anita Bourgeois step in to share some notes on the remake of Ghostbusters
62 min
Nick Seguin officially joins the crew on The 4th Line Podcast to discuss firings, extensions, and what to do when an owner is ruining a franchise. Also, catch the latest fantasy hockey podcast with Carl and Ben.
64 min
With a total of 22 games released, the Resident Evil franchise has been infecting gamers for 21 years. On a special "history" episode of Press Start to Join, Josh and Alan dive in to learn more. And don't miss the latest news episode.
74 min
This month's PopCycle journey starts and ends with one of the best-selling albums of all time: Thriller. But what comes in between? Lots of unexpected twists and turns. Karen Unland of That's a Thing?!  guests. 
68 min
On Loyal Company of the River Valley, Nate and Adam are joined by FC Edmonton GM Jay Ball to talk about rebuilding the club, season ticket packages, and more! (And here's Ep. 166.)
66 min
On Highlevel Showdown, Michael, Sharon and Elliott discuss Robyn Luff's expulsion from the NDP caucus, the new poverty line, and the U.S. midterms. On the previous episode, they talk Brazil.
65 min
Dawn Loucks is the driving force behind Saved by Vinyl, a Calgary record label. On the farewell episode of Blue in the Face Podcast, Chris sits down with Dawn (and her cats) to discuss her passion project. 
72 min
This week on A Branded World, a special 50th episode, Luiza Campos welcomes Terry O'Reilly, an esteemed adman, author and host of the award-winning radio show and podcast Under the Influence, to share some of his sought-after expertise
73 min
Avery from Mess Hall Podcast joins Vanda on Tight Ends to chat NFL Fantasy Football, Avery's name (was he indeed named after Murphy Brown's baby?), and their shared love of touchdown dances! Also, Bill Belichick as a life coach?
80 min


On the Well Endowed Podcast, Bryan Jackson, director of Data for Good, talks about the Edmonton Arts Datathon 2018. And folks from ProCoro Canada Choir discuss a new endowment fund they’ve created to honour two outstanding volunteers. 
32 min
Episode 2 of the Otherwise podcast explores the significance of land acknowledgement, what it means to be a treaty person as a newcomer immigrant, and the relationship between newcomers and Indigenous communities. 
37 min
Also on The Well Endowed Podcast, Lewis Cardinal discusses his Nov. 16 talk as part of NorQuest College’s Circle of Knowledge: Indigenous Speaker Series. And Jane Bisbee reveals what the Social Enterprise Fund has achieved in its first 10 years.
38 min 
Sgt. David Jones is racking up the airmiles commuting to Cambridge University to pursue a master's degree in applied criminology and police management. On Back to School Again, Katrina Ingram hears about his journey.
32 min
On Let's Do Coffee, Dan van Veelen of the Mawji Centre at NAIT sits down with local Edmonton interior designer Candace Wolfe to ask about her work, the challenges she's run into, and the direction of her company.
34 min
Did you know that 10 per cent of the profits from Park Power go to local charities? Find out who you can direct your money to when you switch.
Catch up on the first two episodes of this podcast from ATB economist Nick Ford exploring aspects of Alberta through an economic lens.
ATB's Rob Roach talks with the experts, influencers and big thinkers who are shaping Alberta. Series 1 looks at post-secondary education.
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