What's up on APN — Sept. 28-Oct. 4

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Tune in to this past week’s podcast episodes from our members and affiliates, rounded up into playlists so you can choose the topic that appeals to you. The “subscribe” button will let you grab a playlist for your podcatcher. Or, you can sample the shows below.


The Well Endowed Podcast features another It Takes a Community conversation, this time with former ATB boss Dave Mowat. Ed - Conversations about the Teaching Life checks in with a roundtable of local teachers on how to avoid playing it safe. Back to School Again talks to NorQuest’s Indigenous community advisor, Elliot Young, about his student journey. I Don’t Get It hears co-host Paul Blinov’s take on the Play the Fool clown festival and Teatro La Quindicina’s Vidalia. Northern Nerdcast sits down with filmmaker and comic book writer Brandon Rhiness. And watch for this week’s Speaking Municipally on a botched vote at city council and data on transit fines.


Eat More Barbecue visits with Mona Pinder of Mealshare Calgary, an organization dedicated to ending youth hunger by connecting restaurants and charities. Calgary Culture: The Perspectives YYC Podcast sits down with photographer Alvin Paringit to discuss the street photography scene and inspiration. Girl Tries Life is joined by therapist Amber Brodziak to add some great wellness strategies to your self-care toolbox. Mess Hall Podcast gets you ready for the fall with an episode on pumpkin spice and its many forms.


Loyal Company of the River Valley breaks down the Canadian Premier League finals and shares the latest in CPL news. For Kicks discusses the Canadian women’s soccer team’s roster heading into a friendly with Japan. 2 and Out wraps up Week 16 and sets up Week 17 for CFL fans. The Eskimo Empire Podcast is joined by guest Tree to discuss the Esks’ win against Ottawa and honouring Ricky Ray. The 4th Line evaluates some signings, previews the Atlantic division, and launches a new game. And Hockey Feels shares league-wide predictions for the upcoming NHL season.


Bollywood is For Lovers interviews two performers from Taj Express, the Bollywood dance spectacular brought in by Alberta Ballet. Makeshift Stories sends us on an adventure in fake reality with our favourite inter-dimensional drifter, Ken Likeley. Putting it Together welcomes Tim Kov and Anna Hulkower from My Little Tonys to discuss a cut scene and a kept scene from the Sondheim musical Anyone Can Whistle. The Read-Along moves ahead to Chapter 17 of A Memory Called Empire. Press Start to Join has the latest in free games, Google Chrome faux-pas, and Echo Frames glasses. It’s a Conspiracy! digs into the Nephelim Sumo and MK Ultra, and om-noms through the history of doughnuts in a bonus episode. I Have Some Notes has the results of the “Rotten Tomater Prognosticator,” a friendly film wager amongst podcasters and movie fans. Kyle Marshall of Putting it Together joins Repodcasting to recast a terrible bomb, Little Italy.


A Branded World shares Part 3 of a series on the marketing tips behind Airbnb’s success. That’s a Thing?! explains the role of memes and social media in mobilization, as observed in the Area 51 “raid” and the climate strike. Ed - Conversations about the Teaching Life introduces us to Typical EduCelebrity, the thoughtful and anonymous teacher behind the popular Twitter account. Don’t Call me a Guru catches us up on the latest news, updates, and features in social media. The Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast discusses the role of survivor stories in building resilience with writer Suzanne Bernier.


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