Head into the long weekend with the latest episodes from our member podcasts, organized into playlists so you can choose the topic that most appeals to you. You can grab a playlist for your app by hitting the “subscribe” button, or sample the shows here:
Girl Tries Life talks to Komal Minhas about Dream, Girl and wellness at work; Ed chats with Justin Garcia about being an LGBTQ+ teacher and creating a classroom that welcomes everyone; and Not There Yet offers some unsolicited advice to Twitter.
Putting It Together puts a bow on A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum by recasting the movie with Repodcasting’s Lucia and Janet. Bollywood is For Lovers examines the career of Shahid Kapoor, and I Have Some Notes rewrites The Net. I Don’t Get It reviews both of Edmonton’s Freewill Shakespeare Festival shows, and The UnDad looks back at the Sterling Award-winning Lake of the Strangers. And Press Start to Join geeks out with longtime friend of the pod Asa Gray. We’ll add the latest from The Read-Along when it comes out, too.
Let’s Find Out answers a question about why we don’t find many bears in Edmonton. City of Champions interviews Edmonton city councillor Sarah Hamilton, and Speaking Municipally features a guest appearance from Julie Kusiek to discuss kid-friendly streets and council chambers. All three food podcasts have new episodes: Eat More Barbecue looks back at Porkapalooza; Mess Hall Podcast visits with Jeff von Rotz from Valbella Gourmet Foods; and Tomato Radio heads out to Haywire Farms.
2 and Out looked back at last weekend’s CFL games with Andrew Hoskins of the Eskimo Empire Podcast (which is joining the network, by the way!), then Brazilian Ty came back to preview this week’s games. Loyal Company of the River Valley sees some hope in FC Edmonton’s recent performance. And hockey season is over, but Hockey Feels and The 4th Line have plenty to talk about with the draft, the awards, the trades and everything.
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