Tune in to this past week’s episodes from our member podcasts, rounded up into playlists so you can choose the topic that appeals to you. The “subscribe” button on each playlist will let you grab the playlist for your podcatcher. Or, you can sample the shows below.
2 and Out previews Week 11 and recaps Week 10’s injuries, fights, and overtime for CFL fans, and the Eskimo Empire Podcast welcomes Robert Dalton from the Rouge Radio Podcast for a preview of Edmonton’s upcoming Bombers game. The 4th Line takes a look into the NHL’s future and is aided in looking to the past by Rhonda McClure from The Pink Puck. Loyal Company of the River Valley shares the latest in the Canadian Premier League, and For Kicks talks national women’s soccer news.
Putting it Together shares a fascinating discussion on the title song from Anyone Can Whistle. The Read-Along moves on to Chapter 12 of A Memory Called Empire. Josh goes solo this week on Press Start to Join, and Avery is joined by some old pals on The Mess Hall Podcast. A special episode of I Have Some Notes shares a “best of” of their recently retired co-host Colin MacIntyre. Metro Cinema Cinema Presents… Close-Up shares the theatre’s September calendar and a new season of curated programming. And keep an ear open for a new episode of Emily Missed Out — a role-reversal is in the cards.
Ed - Conversations about the Teaching Life welcomes Jessica Gentry to discuss her difficult decision to leave the teaching profession and her viral post about it. City of Champions talks with Shaun Maslyk of "The Most Hated F Word" about his mission to help people practise better habits with their finances. Modern Manhood tackles the media’s role in the political positioning of discussions on gender, masculinity, racism, and sexual harassment. And Girl Tries Life shares Part 1 of a conversation with voice and leadership coach Dani Driusso.
The Perspectives YYC Podcast shares an interview with Calgary hip-hop artist A.Y.E. Eat More Barbecue hosts a BBQ roundtable with some fellow enthusiasts. Not There Yet shares some thoughts on Calgary’s $10-million failed Olympic bid. Let’s Find Out teases a historical walking tour of the Ritchie neighbourhood in Edmonton. Watch for this week’s Speaking Municipally, expected to hit your podcatcher on Saturday.
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