Alberta Podcast Network Roundup 16


In this week's roundup, you'll find real experiences in Yemen and Ethiopia, and surreal experiences in space; immersive sound and gadget fever; feminism in politics and poetry; leaky funnels and meaningful spinning; fake food and inspired eating; and players of all kinds. 


On The Broadcast, Trisha Estabrooks and Alex Zabjek welcome freelance journalist Jen Gerson to the show to break down the feminist bona fides of the latest federal budget.
28 min
Adam Rozenhart introduces us to student and world traveller Carl Conradi on The Expats. After a brief stay in the Yemeni capital of Sana'a, he knew he'd wind up staying longer.
26 min
On I Don't Get It, Fawnda Mithrush and Paul Blinov chat with Meg Roe and Alessandro Juliani of Onegin about their sound design for the acclaimed dance show Betroffenheit.
27 min


Equipment retailer Flaman realized that it had a leaky sales funnel — many leads were lost due to poor customer service, Steve Whittington tells Tema Frank on Frank Reactions. Learn what he did to change the culture and processes.
40 min
Linda and Tyler of Don't Call Me a Guru come at you live from iMEDIA 2018, where they chatted with keynotes Tyler Lessard of Vidyard and Yang Han of StackAdapt about the future of marketing, bias in the tech industry and building IKEA furniture.
35 min
On Makeshift Stories, an original story by Alan V Hare: Written out of history because his mission was deemed a failure and forgotten because no one believes his explanation of what happened, Leonid Petrov finally tells his story. 
37 min
Andrew Obrecht, owner of YYC Cycle and YEG Cycle, talks to Luiza Campos of A Branded World about creating a passionate tribe and a remarkable brand based not on what they do — spin classes — but on why they do it.
49 min
This week on the news episode of Press Start to Join, Josh and Alan discuss the Robotech Kickstarter crash and burn, Nintendo's big news, plus their recommendations: a series of books from Alan and a board game from Josh.
47 min


On Northern Nerdcast, Marcus joins Dan to chat with Greg Gazin, a man of many talents: Gadget Guy, writer, podcaster, leadership facilitator, Toastmaster.
60 min
On Press Start to Join's Sibling Rivalry Review, Josh makes his sister Hannah watch a film made at the height of the arcade craze, The Last Starfighter
54 min
On this week’s Hockey Feels, Rachel and Steven about the Flyers, the CWHL, the NWHL, Hilary
Knight, and appropriate attire for drop-in hockey! 
52 min
On Tomato Radio, chef Shane Chartrand of Sage Restaurant (soon to be SC) chats with Mary and Amanda about culinary competitions, cooking inspiration and big plans.
58 min
Tight Ends is on the road! Join Vanda and Frank on vacation in the Okanagan to chat, with hard cider and craft beer in hand, about the NFL Combine, free agency, and Black Panther.
60 min
On The Young Gaffers, Adam and Jason talk about Steph Labbé trying out for Foothills FC, Jamie Carragher's gross mistake, West Ham supporters' invasion, and more.
53 min


Future Chat has Mike Attrell, Robert Attrell and Nick Maddox talking about Soylent and the CFIA, as well as Google’s quantum computer. They finish up with the story of Nick’s and Mike’s Ex Raid adventure(s).
87 min
On Modern Manhood, German Villegas sits down with Gianmarco Visconti, a young gay Muslim poet who is one of the hosts and producers of the feminist talk radio show Adamant Eve.  
70 min
Highlevel Showdown has Michael, Elliot and Sharon taking a look at Doug Ford's election as leader of the Ontario PC Party, then Alberta's Throne Speech, Russia's presidential "election," and Trumpwatch.
73 min
Carl and Joel of The 4th Line talk about a case being made for Taylor Hall, Nikita Kucherov and Nathan MacKinnon for the Hart Trophy. They also discuss where Evgeni Malkin‘s name is. 
61 min
Nick Janna is a newly minted school leader in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. On this episode of Ed, Shane gets his take on school leadership and what it takes to create a positive learning environment. 
62 min


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