Behold the most recent episodes from our member podcasts, sorted into playlists so you can choose whatever suits you. Hit the “subscribe” button to grab a playlist for your podcatcher. You can also sample the shows below.
Eat More Barbecue learns about Barley & Smoke, a beer-and-barbecue fundraiser for Kids Cancer Care. The Mess Hall Podcast talks Stamped food and more with cookbook author Elizabeth Chorney-Booth. Creative Block gets a sneak peek of UNKNOWN Calgary, a night of music and fashion. And Calgary Culture: The Perspectives YYC Podcast chats about creativity and video with erstwhile Calgarian Matt Mort.
Don’t Call Me a Guru gets into the Edmonton Fringe Festival’s social media strategy with Megan Dart. It’s a Conspiracy! chats with Paul Franklin about Afghanistan, post-traumatic stress, Area 51, the immortal Keanu Reeves and more. City of Champions talks martial arts and marketing with former MMA fighter turned businessman Mukai Maromo. And Speaking Municipally takes a look at affordable housing with Progress Alberta’s Duncan Kinney — we’ll add the episode when it becomes available.
Cross-polliNation explores how science fiction can help organizations innovate with Ari Popper of SciFutures. Ed - Conversations about the Teaching Life fights FOMO and embraces minimalism with Alana Stanton. Modern Manhood continues its examination of the media’s view of toxic masculinity, with cameos from David Youn of Perspectives YYC and Carl Landra of The 4th Line. And on Not There Yet, Terence C. Gannon’s recalls a lesson he learned long ago, and is still learning, about the nature of winning.
Bollywood is For Lovers shares a mammoth mid-year review of Hindi cinema’s releases so far. I Have Some Notes rewrites The Dark Knight Rises. Putting It Together continues its trip through Sondheim’s Anyone Can Whistle with a look at Miracle Song with Broadway fan Christine Chen. Press Start to Join shares some free video games before getting into some disturbing security breaches. And The Read-Along continues its trip through A Memory Called Empire — we’ll add the next episode when it comes up later today.
2 and Out looks at last weekend’s CFL games and previews this weekend’s slate. The Eskimo Empire Podcast mourns Edmonton’s loss to Montreal and looks back at an epic draft year in Esks history. The 4th Line gets mad at Calgary’s arena proposal, dissects the Lucic-Neal trade, and looks at the fallout of the Gretzky trade. And Loyal Company of the River Valley gets mad at OneSoccer and happy at some beautiful goals from the beautiful game.
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