Take a look and listen to what our members and affiliated podcasts have put out into the world over the past week. You can sample them on this page, or you can put the playlist that appeals to you into your podcast-listening app by hitting the “subscribe” button.
The Daveberta Podcast takes a look at changes the UCP government is making to labour laws and corporate taxes. On Ed, teacher Shane Lawrence checks in with some colleagues about exploring different perspectives in the classroom. The Well Endowed Podcast kicks off a series created by Hunter and Jacquelyn Cardinal called It Takes a Community — this one features an interview of entrepreneur Paul Bellows. Creative Block comes to Edmonton to interview St. Albert poet laureate Zach Polis. Eat More Barbecue recaps the Heritage Heat competition. And the Mess Hall Podcast visits with fellow APN podcasters Mary Bailey and Amanda LeNeve of Tomato Radio. We’ll add Speaking Municipally’s latest episode on the City of Edmonton’s budget adjustment, too.
Repodcasting recasts The Descendants (bye, George Clooney). Makeshift Stories shares Part 1 of a new story about Ken Likeley, our favourite curmudgeonly time traveller, and The Read-Along continues its chapter-by-chapter voyage through A Memory Called Empire, while Putting it Together keeps going with its song-by-song voyage through A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. You can hear Alan and Josh from Press Start to Join share news of free video games and other geeky stuff, then you can hear them talk about their podcast on the latest Northern Nerdcast.
Girl Tries Life outlines how to make a hard decision. Overdue Finds previews an upcoming talk with Anthony Ray Hinton, who went to prison for a crime he did not commit. The recent smoke drives Healthy Lifestyle Design to explore the effect of natural disasters on mental health. And Ed talks to a music teacher about surviving recorder lessons, among other things.
The 4th Line wonders who owns trophies anyway after a bizarre incident in the ECHL. Hockey Feels outlines why they can’t cheer for the Bruins. Loyal Company of the River Valley wonders why FC Edmonton isn’t scoring. And 2 and Out discusses the ongoing CFL preseason and the NFL’s planned visit to Winnipeg.
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