Alberta Podcast Network Roundup 30


The World Cup has set off a bit of football fever that has spread beyond our soccer-focused podcasts. But we've also got sci-fi and mobile stories, futuristic food and old-school drinks, Make Something Edmonton and SocialWest, a Bollywood girls' night and whirl with Super Smash Bros., plus some shakeups at The 4th Line and Tight Ends, and a whole lot more.


On Makeshift Stories, a psychologist tries to convince a sentient program to shut itself down before it is attacked by a rogue computer virus. However, the program doesn’t trust the motivations of its creators and resorts to subterfuge to avoid its fate.
21 min
On Don’t Call Me a Guru, Linda and Tyler go through their highlights from SocialWest 2018 (the largest digital and social media conference in the Prairies). They discuss artificial intelligence, Tyler's presentation, and ATB’s brand activation.
18  min
On this newest episode of Girl Tries Life, Victoria Smith explores whose opinion truly matters and why that list should be super small.
10 min
This week on the Mess Hall, Avery Cochrane welcomes comedian Lamont Ferguson to share childhood vs. adult food preferences.
30 min
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6 min


Shane Lawrence talks with Jordie Maxwell, campus pastor at Shane's school and the first guest to come on Ed. They discuss his role as both educator and counsellor, how Jordie dovetails his faith with his role as an educator, and the purpose of Christian education. 
38 min
On A Branded World, Luiza Campos talks to Laura Tailleur of Make Something Edmonton about how the City of Edmonton identified the values that its citizens hold true, and created more opportunities for citizens and staff to continue to live by those values.  
35 min


Carl, Joel and Tiny Mike are back for another episode of The Untitled Podcast; While The 4th Line remains the same, the special episodes with Tiny Mike need a new name and they need your help! Plus, the trio discusses trades, vacations and "Mike's Weird Question."
53 min
On the EPIC Podcast, Dr. Josh Bezanson and Grayson Cockett examine some of the lessons learned from the 2013 Southern Alberta floods surrounding the importance of an effective debris management plan. 
48 min
Mary Bailey and Amanda LeNeve of Tomato Radio meet Nic MacDonald and Warren Johnston from Speak Tiki, a cocktail pop-up. They shook up some fabulous tiki cocktails for Mary and Amanda and schooled them on tiki cocktails, their history and the culture.
57 min
On this week’s Hockey Feels, Steven and Rachel discuss The NHL Draft coming up, the NHL Awards, Barry Trotz leaving the Caps, and some interesting trades that are already happening. 
49 min
On Loyal Company of the River Valley, Nate and Adam are joined by FC Edmonton GM Jay Ball for the first of a two-part podcast on the team's entry into the Canadian Premier League. 
48 min
On Tight Ends, Vanda and her husband Frank have a huge reveal that could shake the very foundations of their marriage! Plus, they also talk about World Cup and men’s tennis.
53 min
This week on the Northern Nerdcast, Daniel Shessel and Chelsea Thompson chat with Christopher Webster, founder of StoryFix Media, a publisher of story-driven books and games. 
 51 min
On Press Start to Join, Alan has highlights from E3 2018, and Josh talks Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Plus, Josh recommends an older game and Alan has a less guilty pleasure to share.
60 min
German Villegas introduces a new series on Modern Manhood, where he and a past guest talk about what's going on the news, and what is going on with their lives. He chats with Jeff Perera about Anthony Bourdain, Chris Hardwick, and cats.
58 min
Highlevel Showdown has Michael, Elliott and Sharon taking a look at the protest at Edmonton's Pride Parade and what can be done to address the concerns. They also take a look at some federal and provincial byelections and #TrumpWatch.
58 min
On Future Chat, you'll hear the live show that Mike and Nick put on at our Podcasts Connect event earlier this month. They discuss Genome Alberta's TasteTECH, exploring cold brews, salmon farming, and Arctic Apples as part of the future of food and drink. 
48 min


To celebrate the release of Veere Di Wedding, Matt Bowes and Erin Fraser welcome their good friend Dr. Juliet Franklin to Bollywood is for Lovers to discuss the hit film, along with Ladies vs Ricky Bahl.
84 min
On a bonus Future Chat episode, Nick and Mike interview experts from a number of local food and food-adjacent industries at the Genome Alberta TasteTECH event at The Tastemarket by SAIT in Calgary. 
67 min


We usually use this space to draw your attention to The Well Endowed Podcast, but we'd also like to tell you the Edmonton Community Foundation is publishing stories from the Canada150 issue of Eighteen Bridges magazine, a special collection of essays commissioned for High Level Lit project.
YESS Painting would love to show you how they're different and how you can help them make a difference. All you need to do is sign up for a free estimate for any painting job you've got, and they'll do the rest! You can also follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @yesspainting.
Our founding sponsor, ATB Financial, marked National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21 with a celebration at the Calgary Campus. Hear from Holly Cooper, director of Indigenous Relations; Teresa Clouson, executive vice-president of Business and Agriculture; and team member Tosha Roper.
Stephanie Woollard of Seven Women, an award-winning social enterprise that helps women in Nepal, is one of the many iinspiring speakers coming to the Rotary District 5370 Conference in Edmonton this October. First-time attendees get a discount on tickets. Learn more here.
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