Here’s what our member podcasts have been up to lately. You can sample them right here, or you can put the playlist that appeals to you into your podcast-listening app by hitting the “subscribe” button provided by Listen Notes.
Movies-wise, I Have Some Notes takes a crack at improving Interstellar, and Emily Missed Out revisits A Few Good Men. In other arts, I Don’t Get It checks out a new performance art festival and reviews Broken Toys Theatre’s Betrayal. Press Start to Join dives into the history of Assassin’s Creed. Putting It Together tackles Miles Gloriosus’s big song in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, and The Read-Along explores Chapter 1 of A Memory Called Empire.
Ready to get hungry? Eat More Barbecue recaps a local barbecue competition then talks to Evan Fogg from the Luxe Barbecue Company in Winnipeg. The Mess Hall Podcast talks foods with comedian Zach Martina. Tomato Radio learns all about Alberta pork with Darcy Fitzgerald. And Speaking Municipally brings Mel Priestley in to help explain what is going on with Edmonton downtown farmers’ market.
Not There Yet examines Kawhi Leonard’s contribution to the Toronto Raptors. 2 and Out takes a look at the CFL preseason so far. The Stanley Cup finals inspire The 4th Line to share a lot of useless but entertaining facts. Hockey Feels takes a look at the Oilers’ new coach, Finland’s IIHF win, and the continuing saga of the NWHL. And Loyal Company of the River Valley keeps a close eye on the Canadian Premier League and previews FC Edmonton’s coming matches.
On Don’t Call Me A Guru, learn about influencer marketing in the travel space with Kyle Russell of Tourism Calgary. Let’s Find Out continues its collaboration with Taproot Edmonton by answering a question about gold dredging in Edmonton. Press Start to Join learns some alarming things about social surveillance in China. Healthy Lifestyle Design takes a look at what mindfulness means (stay to the end for a relaxation exercise). Elizabeth schools her mom on marketing to teens on That’s a Thing?!. Modern Manhood celebrates three years by answering listeners’ questions. Ed talks to special education teacher Amber Grohs about joy in the classroom. Girl Tries Life talks to productivity expert Puja Mohan, and The UnDad offers a wide-ranging discussion about the creative life, among other things.
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