What's up on APN — July 13-19


Here are the latest episodes from our members and affiliates, sorted into thematic playlists so you can choose what suits you. Hit the “subscribe” button to grab a playlist for your podcatcher, or sample the shows one at a time below.


City of Champions learns a bunch about triathlon in Edmonton. The 4th Line continues its “Hardcore Hockey History” series with a look at expansion drafts of the past. Loyal Company of the River Valley mourns the end of FC Edmonton’s undefeated streak. Eskimo Empire celebrates a win and wonders if former QB Mike Reilly will survive a sackful season. And 2 and Out looks back at the weekend that was and looks ahead to the games to come in the CFL.

Alberta stories

The Mess Hall Podcast talks to Karen Anderson about her brilliant Alberta Food tours. I Don’t Get It reviews The Bad Seed from Edmonton’s Teatro La Quindicina. The Daveberta Podcast welcomes Michael Janz to discuss Alberta’s Summer of Repeal, education legislation and other political happenings. The Well Endowed Podcast talks to Rachelle Venne about the challenges faced by Indigenous women in Alberta, and shares a historical vignette from the Alberta Hotel created by Chris Chang-Yen Phillips. And Northern Nerdcast learns more about an Indiegogo campaign for Induced Comics. We’ll add the new Speaking Municipally when it comes out today, too.


Metro Cinema Presents… Close-Up makes its network debut with a look at films coming soon to the theatre, a preview of the Edmonton Fringe, and a visit with Breanne and Emily from Emily Missed Out. Speaking of which, the ladies determine whether Emily missed out on American Pie. Putting It Together starts a new Sondheim show, the doomed but musically interesting Anyone Can Whistle. Makeshift Stories shares a new original story involving robots, workers and a deceptive company. Eat More Barbecue visits with Bulldog BBQs of Manitoba. Press Start to Join shares free games, plays its Literally Misleading game, and notes a smart but overdue move by YouTube. Overdue Finds opens a pop culture time capsule from 1969. And we’ll add The Read-Along‘s take on the next chapter of A Memory Called Empire.


Tight Ends is takes a look at mental health and sports, among other things, with fellow podcaster Shawn Vanderloo of Soul Forge Podcast. Girl Tries Life offers tips on how to stress less about politics. Ed talks education with writer and former teacher Adam Welcome. And Healthy Lifestyle Design looks at the surprising rise of shingles and host Pamella’s unfortunate recent experience.

Sponsors and partners

All of this is possible because of our founding sponsor, ATB Financial, and our other sponsors and partners.


ATB is our founding sponsor. Why? Because ATB listens. Watch stories of ATB customers and their journeys. And be sure to check out ATB's podcasts: We Are Alberta and Perch.
ECF helps the Edmonton community give, grow, and transform. Find out how. And don't miss The Well Endowed Podcast.
Alberta Blue Cross invites you to The Wellness Summit, a day to explore fresh perspectives and practices around wellness in the workplace. It's on Oct. 10 in Edmonton. Learn more.
Choose Park Power, a provider of natural gas and electricity in Alberta that shares its profits with awesome local non-profits. It's a great follow on Instagram, too!
As Edmonton’s largest lender of information and entertainment, EPL’s mission is to share with our city, community and customers. Check out their podcast, Overdue Finds.
Unit B is a multi-company coworking space focused on helping people pursue their passions and making Edmonton its creative best. Book a tour.
Was Bear 148 in the wrong? Or were we? Either way, it was the bear that ended up dead. Hear the six-part series from The Narwhal.
Check out YourForest, a podcast for those who cannot live without the joys and wonders of all wild things, hosted by Matt Kristoff.
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