What's up on APN — Sept. 14-20, 2019

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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 any of the shows below.


The Well Endowed Podcast sets up for Wills Week with a discussion on the importance of planning for your estate, and the story of a very peculiar will, as told by Chris Chang-Yen Phillips. Eat More Barbecue shares a rundown of this summer’s Alberta BBQ adventures, and the Mess Hall Podcast visits with Calgary food blogger Bernice Hill. Perspectives YYC sits down with mixed-medium artist Harvey Nichol to check out his latest works. And Speaking Municipally takes on a number of transportation issues at Edmonton’s City Hall.


2 and Out recaps Week 14, sets up Week 15, and announces details for their upcoming live show! Eskimo Empire Podcast talks with the Esks’ first pick, Mathieu Betts, and previews the upcoming game with Mike G. of Podskeeweewee. Tight Ends hosts Avery Cochrane from the Mess Hall Podcast for a fantasy football breakdown. City of Champions talks pro hockey and what it takes with guests Keegan Lowe and Jaynen Rissling. The 4th Line tackles the NHL collective bargaining agreement, free agent signings, and Central Division previews. The 4th Line WHLCast returns with a season preview! Hockey Feels digs into recent free agent signings and talks new third jerseys. Loyal Company of the River Valley sits down with FC Edmonton coach Jeff Paulus to discuss his progress and challenges.


Press Start to Join shares the latest in free games, Apple, and tech news. Putting it Together explores the song “I’ve Got You to Lean On” from the Sondheim musical Anyone Can Whistle. Makeshift Stories shares Part 2 of an original story about a retirement gone awry. ICYMI, check out Part 1. It’s a Conspiracy! looks at time-traveler John Titor and the WWE Montreal Screwjob. Metro Cinema Presents… Close Up takes a look at the upcoming October cinema calendar. I Have Some Notes reexamines Kong: Skull Island, and Emily Missed Out learns about James Bond in You Only Live Twice. And The Read-Along takes a close look at Chapter 16 of A Memory Called Empire.


Ed - Conversations about the Teaching Life talks with former teacher Kristin Leong about her TEDed initiative, The Roll Call Project. Girl Tries Life welcomes author and nurse Shawna Curry to walk us through the tenets of good health. A Branded World shares Part 2 of 3 in a deep dive on the marketing practices of Airbnb, and Back to School Again kicks off Season 2 by tackling the balance needed to go to school while running a business.


All of this is possible because of our founding sponsor, ATB Financial, and our other sponsors and partners.


ATB is our founding sponsor. Why? Because ATB listens. Watch stories of ATB customers and their journeys. And be sure to check out ATB's podcasts: We Are Alberta and Perch.
ECF helps the Edmonton community give, grow, and transform. Find out how. And don't miss The Well Endowed Podcast.
Alberta Blue Cross invites you to The Wellness Summit, a day to explore fresh perspectives and practices around wellness in the workplace. It's on Oct. 10 in Edmonton. Learn more.
Choose Park Power, a provider of natural gas and electricity in Alberta that shares its profits with awesome local non-profits. It's a great follow on Instagram!
Satisfy your curiosity and save time with Taproot Edmonton. Subscribe to roundups of local information on various topics, and read original stories.
Unit B is a multi-company coworking space focused on helping people pursue their passions and making Edmonton its creative best. Book a tour.
Kids know when it's smart to go to Emergency and when you should seek other options. Do you? Check out these videos from Alberta Health Services.
Looking for tickets to a big game, concert or other fun? Buy tickets in Canadian funds from Seat Giant. Use the offer code apn to get 5% off.
Canada’s original non-fiction festival is back! Attend LitFest workshops, panels, discussions, and conversations Oct. 17-27 in Edmonton
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.
Learn more about the technology and practices that are both good for the farm and good for the climate, from the Stettler-based Rural Routes to Climate Solutions.
This is a podcast for people interested in environmental sciences. If you cannot live without the joys and wonders of all wild things, then Matt Kristoff's YourForest Podcast is for you.
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