What's up on APN — Sept. 7-13, 2019


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.


Life with Dementia welcomes Bernie Travis to discuss an upcoming conference organized by the Early Onset Dementia Alberta Foundation. Perspectives YYC sits down with Calgary Centre’s Green Party candidate Thana Boonlert. Healthy Lifestyle Design considers the mental and physical effects of noise pollution. A bonus episode of Ed has Shane joined by Andrew Scott from the It’s a Conspiracy podcast to discuss the strange theories some have about education. I Don’t Get It reviews Rent and lets us know what's coming up for performances in Edmonton. And Speaking Municipally kicks off Taproot’s week of climate change coverage with a conversation with communicator Chris Gusen.


Josh is joined by his sister Hannah to talk video game news and The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance on Press Start to Join. Bollywood is for Lovers dives into Season 2 of Sacred Games. Putting it Together welcomes musician Will White to breakdown the song “Everybody Says Don’t” from Anyone Can Whistle. Avery shares Part 2 of his rate-and-review of of chips with his wife on the The Mess Hall Podcast. And The Read-Along tackles Chapter 15 of A Memory Called Empire.


2 and Out is joined by CFL host Brodie Lawson to talk about Grey Cup Fit Up, and then gets you set for Week 14. Tight Ends has Vanda and Frank discussing Week 1 in the NFL in the woods. City of Champions visits with Edmonton Eskimos defensive back Arjen Colquhoun. Hockey Feels reports on the NHL rookie tournaments and reports back on a rookie game in Red Deer. The 4th Line talks NHL marketing, signings, and previews. Loyal Company of the River Valley discusses the Al Classico and scheduling issues.


Girl Tries Life digs into the dangers of tying our identities to our work. A Branded World shares insight into the marketing decisions behind Airbnb. Ed - Conversations about the Teaching Life welcomes New York Times bestselling author Jessica Lahey to discuss the neurology and development in the minds of young students. Eat More Barbecue talks with world travelers Two Cowboys and learns about what they are trying to accomplish in sharing their adventures. This is Adulting explores fitness programs as an adult and shares some personal experiences. Back to School Again is now a member of the network! Check out their trailer for Season 2.


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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.
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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.
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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.
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