Alberta Podcast Network Roundup 27


We've got historical mysteries, macabre musicals, mediocre pirates, live shows, playoff action, inspiring entrepreneurs, soccer announcements, teacher wins and fails, sci-fi adventures, pipeline politics, #metoo memories and stories of all kinds, both true and imagined.


Fawnda and Paul of I Don't Get It are joined by Karen Unland and Elizabeth Spencer from That’s a Thing?! podcast to chat about the Citadel Young Company‘s Bat Boy: The Musical. Plus, Paul gives his take on David Byrne‘s visit to the Jubilee Auditorium. 
23 min
Makeshift Stories shares the latest installment of Ceres, Alan V Hare's ongoing serial. Our hero is imprisoned in a bubble outside of space-time after his sabotage effort is discovered. He must watch helplessly as the fates of two civilizations are at risk. 
17 min


It's often said that "Those who can't do... teach." In this check-in episode of Ed, Shane, Jon and new panelist Jackson dive deep into the implications of this idea for teachers.
36 min
From Wordcamp (a Calgary event centred on all things Wordpress) to the Ironwood Stage & Grill's Who Knows Variety Show, it's all about having fun with Calum Lykan and the Bothy Storytelling podcast. 
39 min
On Press Start to Join, Josh and Alan talk about Heroes of the Storm's latest and YouTube's recent changes. Plus, Josh suggests a game, and Alan recommends a movie. 
43 min
On That's a Thing?!, Elizabeth has an interesting theory about the phenomenal rise of K-Pop sensation BTS, and Karen finds parallels to The Monkees and Moonlighting. Is Suga your bias? Do you even know what that means? Listen and you will.
45 min
The Broadcast's Trisha Estabrooks talks to Kristin Raworth about what happened when she posted that MP Kent Hehr made women in his workplace feel unsafe when he was an MLA. Trisha and Alex Zabjek also discuss gender-based analysis at City Hall.
41 min


Carl and Joel of The 4th Line Podcast discuss the Vegas Golden Knights and Washington Capitals, Bryce Harper's switched allegiances, and Evander Kane's extension.
59 min
On this week’s Hockey Feels, Steven and Rachel talk about the Stanley Cup Final between the Vegas Golden Knights and the Washington Capitals, various coaches coming and going, and more.
52 min
On The Loyal Company of the River Valley, Nate and Adam chat with fan James Covey about the latest Canadian Premier League club to be officially announced: the Halifax Wanderers FC. 
56 min
Sophie Slater, co-founder of Birdsong, tells Luiza Campos of A Branded World about how her fashion has generated global attention and much-deserved accolades, proving that you can have a successful business while doing good.  
46 miin
On Girl Tries Life, Victoria Smith is joined by prolific author and publishing maven Jane Porter. They talk about tenacity, authenticity and showing up.
46 min
On Let's Find Out, Susan Padget asks Chris Chang-Yen Phillips whether it’s true that some of the workers died during the construction of the High Level Bridge. 
47 min
On the Northern Nerdcast, Dan and Chelsea talk with Brent Jans about the Pure Speculation, a sci-fi and fantasy festival held in Edmonton June 15 and 16.
56 min
On That's So Maven, Andrea Beça sits down with Chantelle Beasley, owner of four locations of Aradia Fitness, a pole and alternative fitness studio.
48 min


On Daveberta, Dave and Ryan discuss how Canada’s political leaders are positioning themselves around Kinder Morgan’s pipeline deadline, and the long-term impacts of the pipeline dispute between the provincial and federal New Democratic Parties.
65 min
The latest episode of Highlevel Showdown has Michael, Elliott and Sharon discussing the federal government's plan to purchase the Trans Mountain Pipeline dispute and what that means for politics in Alberta and B.C. Plus, the Italian election.
61 min
Cutthroat Island is the kind of painfully mediocre film made for I Have Some Notes. Alyssa Nider joins Gregg, Colin and Scott as they sink their cutlasses into this swashbuckling blockbuster.
68 min
On Press Start to Join's latest video-game history episode, Josh and Alan focus on the lore carved out by Kratos in the God of War franchise. Love mythology? You'll love this.
66 min
On The Young Gaffers, Jason and Adam recap the UEFA Champions League Final. Plus, they are  joined by James Covey of the “Privateers 1882” supporters group in Halifax.
86 min
On Assumptions, Kyle gets some updates about Daniel’s relationship and how it reflects his worldview, followed by a discussion of marriage. Does Kyle value it? What is the Christian vision for marriage? Is there marriage in Heaven?  
72 min
In this very special Facebook Live episode of The Tight Ends, guest Monique joins Vanda to fill her in on the NBA Finals, share sports stories and ask hard questions. Plus, find out the latest Gronk news.
88 min


On June's episode of The Well Endowed Podcast, hear from two Olympians! Paralympian Nordic skier Brian McKeever shares his passion for skiing, and what he has learned from his family. And Jen Kish, captain of the Canada’s Women’s Sevens Rugby Team for the Olympic Games at Rio in 2016, shares her thoughts on diversity and inclusion in sport.
Thanks to ATB, we're putting on a live show in Calgary on June 7. Join us as The WorkNotWork Show, Future Chat, That's So Maven and A Branded World record live. They'll be talking to a number of interesting, future-focused people, including Lorne Rubis of ATB and Culture Cast. And ATBers will be on hand in between shows to answer questions about AI, blockchain and more.
YESS Painting is a new kind of painting company, one that has changed and moulded the traditional student painting model by training and employing Edmonton youth experiencing difficult realities. See what they're up to and get your free quote today! 
Come to the Rotary District 5370 Conference on October 18-20, 2018, at the Shaw Conference Centre to network, learn and be inspired. The speakers list includes Barbara Stegemann, Jeff Polovick, Michael Angelo Caruso and many others.
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