Alberta Podcast Network Roundup 24


Quite a few shows this week touch on how the path to success is through failure. We've also got a nice crossover between Press Start to Join and Desktop, some friendly chirping between soccer podcasts, plus lots of young-adult stories, backyard wine, cowboy hats, mental health, Jets fever and so much more.


In the fifth supplemental episode of Bollywood is for Lovers, Matt Bowes and Erin E. Fraser speak to author Nisha Sharma about her upcoming young adult novel My So-Called Bollywood Life, available May 15.
30 min
On I Don't Get It with Paul and Fawnda, Ainsley Hillyard discusses Shumka's Ancestors & Elders, and Laura Raboud analyzes the Citadel/Banff Centre production of The Silver Arrow: The Untold Story of Robin Hood. 
28 min
On this week's coaching episode of Girl Tries Life, Victoria Smith talks about the importance of emotionally feeling your failures, and why it will actually benefit you in the long run. It turns out there's science behind it!
10 min


Join Tomato Radio from Mary Bailey's backyard as she and Amanda LeNeve talk summer wines, awesome upcoming events, and what to watch for at a farmers' market near you. 
35 min
On the Northern Nerdcast, Dan and Trina Shessel catch up with Calgary author Sarah L. Johnson, whose new book is an apocalyptic tale called Infractus.
42 min
On Modern Manhood, German is joined by Jermal Alleyne, a leader of groups in two different capacities, one through Next Gen Men and one through the John Howard Society.
33 min
Luiza Campos learns the ins and outs of an iconic hat brand on the latest episode of A Branded World. Learn the origin story of Calgary's famous white hat, and how the business is evolving.
44 min


Josh and Alan of Press Start to Join discuss the New Yorker's "hot take" on Infinity War. Josh gives gold on Reddit, Alan recommends a book, and Josh thinks he knew what he was talking about. 
52 min
On this week’s Hockey Feels, David Bastl joins Steven to talk about the euphoria in Winnipeg as the Jets continue through the playoffs. They also talk about the Capitals' triumph, and the Mike Babcock/Auston Matthews relationship.
57 min
The newest episode of Highlevel Showdown sees Michael, Elliott and Sharon focusing on the founding policy convention for the United Conservative Party of Alberta as Election 2019 approaches.
60 min
The guys from The 4th Line podcast the NHL playoffs, particularly the Boston Bruins and San Jose Sharks being sent home empty-handed. They also come out strongly against both licking and spoiling. Be forewarned if you're inclined to do either.
60 min
After doing several episodes together on the side, it's finally time for Shane to bring educator, podcaster and VoicEd man-about-town Derek Rhodenizer into the official Ed fold. They discuss podcasting, reflection, teacher evaluation, and more.
52 min


On That's So Maven, Andrea Beça meets Vancouver entrepreneur Melissa Ferreira, creator at Adhesif Clothing, a fashion line comprised of 100-per-cent upcycled, one-of-a-kind pieces.
67 min
Alan and Josh of Press Start To Join take part in a discussion with Mike on Desktop about all things gaming and the many ways it has changed over the years.
69 min
This week's The Young Gaffers, you'll hear a chat with Calgary Foothills FC captain Dominick Zator and FC Edmonton GM Jay Ball. Canada Soccer officially approves four cities for membership in the Canadian Premier League. Also, does Vancouver’s recent loss to Minnesota United signal that it’s time for change?
This week's episode of Loyal Company of the River Valley returns to the classic format with just Nathan and Adam talking about local men's soccer. Nathan reacts to both legs of the Al Classico, the budding Edmonton-Calgary rivalry, the upcoming CPL meeting in Edmonton, and more.
64 min


We had a chance to sit down with Nathan Kawulka, founder of YESS Painting, to learn more about this new social enterprise. Hear how the business is already making a difference for some of the young painters who have come through Youth Empowerment & Support Services.
On the Edmonton Community Foundation's podcast, hear how the Canadian Cultural Investment Fund helps Fringe Theatre Adventures and Opera Nuova invest in Edmonton artists. And Sanjay Shahani, executive director of the Edmonton Arts Council, discusses the EAC's 10-year plan.
Our friends at ATB Financial are helping us put on a live show during the INVENTURE$ Conference in Calgary on June 7. ATBers will be on hand to talk about transformation, and Culture Cast's Lorne Rubis will be interviewed by Luiza Campos of A Branded World. Join us — it's free!
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