Alberta Podcast Network Roundup 59


This week’s roundup sees Vanda from Tight Ends paying a visit to Avery on the Mess Hall Podcast, and the return of Cross-polliNation and The WorkNotWork Show. You’ll also hear a ukulele solo, a PodCon soundscape, a recasting of 50 Shades of Grey, a journey that starts and ends with milkshakes, lots of NHL all-star thoughts, updates on men’s and women’s soccer, a history of Soulcalibur, a chat about that Gillette ad, an Italian take on Gypsy, and tons more.


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This month marks the first solo flight for Ed - Conversations About the Teaching Life. Shane take a moment to touch on the importance of personal challenge, and the need to remain focused on a single goal. 
18 min
The Nice Approach
On Cross-polliNation, NBee sits down with design expert Tracy Lay to talk about her business, Digivisual Design, a cross-pollinating creative business that involves art and books. Plus, a summary of lessons learned in 2018.
28 min
On The Read-Along, Scott and Anita dive into Chapter 3 of Moonshine, wherein we learn what Stripes Management is managing, and Daisy receives a tour of the "warehouse."
26 min
The Nice Approach
Do you struggle with setting boundaries? On this episode of Girl Tries Life, Victoria answers listener questions specific to boundaries, including how to communicate and enforce them.
24 min


On The 4th Line WHLCast, Andy, Carl and Ryan discuss the Kootenay Ice's move to Winnipeg, the Top Prospects game in Red Deer, the NHL scouting rankings, and the nearing playoffs.
46 min
Todd Nesloney - Asking Crazy Questions
This week on the Mess Hall Podcast, Avery welcomes Vanda from the Tight Ends Podcast to chat about fresh seafood, camping, baked brie with fig jam, and not letting other people touch your food.
35 min
Check-in 24 - Resolutions & Babies
Modern Manhood takes a look at how gender has shaped so many recent conversations German explores the reaction to the new Gillette ad with Al Harris, Nick Sandor, and Elliott Tanti. 
33 min
This month, Janet and Lucia are recasting the incredibly unsexy, un-love story, 50 Shades of Grey, along with Repodcasting’s first return guest – Marita! 
44 min
On Creative Block, Kyle shares his takeaways and a soundscape from the second annual PodCon in Seattle, where he asked what makes podcasting different.
38 min
On a new episode of Northern Nerdcast, Dan and Chelsea catch up on a bunch of nerdy happenings, including quite a bit of improv. And Chelsea has some good news!
37 min
On The UnDad, Trent welcomes HGTV's Bryan Baeumler to share some insights into why he is who he is, how he does what he does, and why chasing eels may also be a contributing factor.
40 min
Producer Andrew joins Fawnda this week on I Don't Get It to dive into a triple-bill by Ballet BC and the Citadel Theatre’s production of Sweat. Also, an evening at a rousing Latinx cabaret curated by the Popol Vuh Project.
31 min
On Speaking Municipally, Mack and Troy talk to Michael Janz about the Mayfair golf course lease. They also discuss updates on calcium chloride and LRT alignments in Edmonton. (Watch for the next episode at 4 pm Friday.)
35 min


On a new episode of For Kicks, Jessica and Katie discuss Canada's Women's World Cup group draw, Jordyn Huitema's decision to go pro, Canada vs Norway, and the NWSL draft.
52 min
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On Press Start to Join, Josh and Alan discuss some exSTRADvagant violins, and a game console that seems to be causing 99 problems. Plus, Alan has a stack of great books to recommend. 
45 min
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Putting It Together has Kyle joined by Federico Tedeschi, an Italian student with a deep love for Stephen Sondheim. They discuss one of the most appealing songs from Gypsy, and Rose as a tragic figure.
56 min.
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On the Tight Ends Podcast, Vanda is joined by personal trainer Jodie to prep for Super Bowl 53! For halftime, Vanda chats with Laura Smith from Calgary Parks about a move to allow alcohol in parks.
59 min
Once a month, Press Start to Join shares a deep dive on the history of a particular video game or franchise. This time, Josh and Alan dig into the weapons-based fighting game series Soulcalibur.
52 min
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Nate and Adam discuss the CPL’s latest sponsorship with VW on the latest Loyal Company of the River Valley. They also discuss the inaugural match between Forge FC & York 9 FC.
58 min


Whose milkshake brings all the boys to the yard? Well, Kelis for sure, but also Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Anton Corbijn, R.E.M, and Freaks and Geeks to name a few. How do they tie together? Listen in to the latest PopCycle to find out. 
78 min
In this episode of the Daveberta Podcast, Dave and Ryan discuss when Premier Rachel Notley will call Alberta’s next election, and muse about whether Edmonton mayor Don Iveson will be the next Prime Minister of Canada.
103 min
The 4th Line Hockey Podcast is back and Carl and Nick are talking about Peter Chiarelli's termination, the NHL All Star game, women's hockey collaborations, new tech, the "Elimination Station," and a new game with a special guest.
62 min
On this week’s Hockey Feels, Steven and Rachel discuss the NHL All-Star Game and skills competition, with added women’s hockey players, Peter Chiarelli's termination from the Oilers, and the Flyers returning after their own week off.
64 min
Viet Nguyen is a home-grown,  entrepreneurial success story in the Edmonton music and event promotion industry. On City of Champions, Shane Fennessey sits down with him to learn more about his endeavours: Boodang and AGNT.
75 min
A new episode of The Work Not Work Show has Terence interviewing Don Tse, a former lawyer turned beer connoisseur and writer. They discuss how we might apply his "walk the path laid before us" philosophy to our own lives.
61 min


The Well Endowed Podcast has a chat with Paula Simons, formerly an award-winning journalist with the Edmonton Journal who is now embarking on a whole new adventure as an independent senator. 
42 min
The Nice Approach
This month on We Are Alberta, ATB economist Nick Ford travels to Milk River to find out what life is like living so close the U.S. border, especially now when things seem a little more tense.
18 min
On Let's Do Coffee, Dan talks with Sylvia Cheverie from Chartier, a Canadian French cuisine spot in Beaumont. They discuss the ups and downs of the restaurant business, and how Chartier got started. 
38 min
The Nice Approach
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