Here are the latest episodes from our member and affiliate podcasts, organized into playlists so you can choose what suits you. You can grab a playlist for your app by hitting the “subscribe” button, or sample the shows here:
The Well Endowed Podcast from the Edmonton Community Foundation features a brilliant conversation between artist Nasra Adem and Nehayawin’s Hunter Cardinal. Speaking Municipally looks at heritage buildings, public art and e-scooters. I Don’t Get It wraps up the regular theatre season with a look at the Sterlings and other performance highlights. A Branded World talks to Nicole Matos and Chris Goodrow of Rivet Design and Construction about making your business’s space reflect your brand. And Northern Nerdcast shares Dan Shessel’s Pure Spec session on geeky events coming up in Edmonton.
The WorkNotWork Show interviews Glenn Street about his world-famous mascot company. Kyle Marshall of Creative Block shares takeaways from PodSummit with guest David Youn, host of our newest recruit — Calgary Culture: The Perspectives YYC Podcast. And the Mess Hall Podcast talks about clean eating with Malcolm Saunders from the Light Cellar.
Makeshift Stories shares Part 2 of the latest adventures of Ken Likeley, our favourite curmudgeonly interdimensional traveller. Repodcasting recasts The Wolf of Wall Street, while Emily Missed Out shares the tropes and references from Highlander. That’s a Thing?! explores whether young people are getting enough Canadian content. Press Start to Join sees the return of Alan to geek out about Internet security and free games. And Overdue Finds shares travel memoirs and road trip stories. Watch for the latest episode of The Read-Along, too!
For Kicks shares the heartbreak at Canada’s early exit from the Women’s World Cup, while Loyal Company of the River Valley revels in the surprisingly successful end to FC Edmonton’s spring season. Our newest sports podcast, Eskimo Empire, takes a look at Edmonton’s loss to Winnipeg and answers fan questions, while 2 and Out offers its customary double-header to recap last weekend and look ahead to this weekend’s CFL games. Hockey Feels and The 4th Line take a look at this year’s free agent frenzy, with the former getting ready for the summer break and the latter surprisingly interested in… taxes?
Ed - Conversations about the Teaching Life offers a double-header: three heartstring-tugging stories from teachers, and a conversation with Calgary’s own edtech leader, Dr. Edward Tse. Girl Tries Life gives you practical tips on how to decrease the stress of motherhood. And Eat More Barbecue talks to world-renowned pitmaster Danielle Bennett, who was in Calgary to teach grilling.
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