What's up on APN — Oct. 5-11

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Tune in to this past week’s podcast episodes from our members, 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.


This week, we welcome Josiah Sinanan’s anticulture to our roster! Episode 1 of Season 3 features three guests discussing their experiences within the church in western Canada. The Daveberta Podcast takes a look at the federal election debate, Jason Kenney’s tour in Ontario, and the Alberta Legislature fall session with guests Natalie Pon and Justin Archer. The Mess Hall Podcast shares a chat with Blake Enemark from the O.T. Brewing Company in Calgary. And watch for this week’s Speaking Municipally, expected to hit your podcatcher at noon today.


Bollywood is for Lovers and I Don’t Get It each review Taj Express, the new Bollywood/ballet/musical production that made a stop in Edmonton last week. Putting it Together welcomes Karen and Elizabeth of That’s a Thing?! to wrap up the Anyone Can Whistle season with a look at the concluding song, “With So Little To Be Sure Of.” The Read-Along forges ahead to Chapter 18 of A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine. Press Start to Join digs into the issues with iOS 13, shares spooky updates in Minecraft, and suggests a fun fitness option.


2 and Out recaps Week 17 and previews Week 18 for CFL fans. Vanda Favaro dives into the latest NFL news (and Spider-Man) with hubby and fellow puppy parent Frank on Tight Ends. The Eskimo Empire Podcast welcomes Brian from the BC Lions Den Pawdcast to preview the upcoming Esks’ game. Hockey Feels celebrates the hockey season officially getting underway, and The 4th Line talks wins, losses, rules, and trades. Loyal Company of the River Valley breaks down FC Edmonton’s last two losses, and For Kicks laments the Canadian women’s soccer team’s loss to Japan.


This is Adulting shares some of the things that bring them joy, and Healthy Lifestyle Design shares some tips on dealing with the common cold. Eat More Barbecue chats with grill expert and blogger Robyn Lindars, a.k.a Grill Girl. Ed - Conversations about the Teaching Life talks with educator Zack Hartzman about his experiences and recommendations on bringing video games into the classroom. And Life with Dementia welcomes Jim Mann to hear about his mission to advocate for those living with dementia.


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How do we understand the diverse and divisive viewpoints fueling opinions in Alberta? Irfan Chaudry of MacEwan University explores hate and counter-hate in this five-part podcast series.
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