Edmonton podcast roundup: Feb. 24, 2017

Feb 24 podcast roundup

I liked starting with a feature spot so much, I decided to double the pleasure this time around, before getting into the list of other episodes I’ve listened to over the past couple of weeks, organized by length.
The delightful Adam Rozenhart is quite ubiquitous of late. He turns up not only on his own podcast, The Expats, but also on German Villegas’s Modern Manhood Podcast and on a Belgium-based podcast called The Culture Cast. Plus, Adam is keynoting at iMEDIA on March 11 and at PodSummit on May 6. Busy! By the way, you could win a ticket to PodSummit at our Feb. 25 podcasting meetup. Details here.
Episode 36: A Canadian Expat Couple in Kenya
Pierre and Deborah Boileau were bit by the travel bug early on. From casual adventure travel, to now living the expat life in Africa, they’ve seen and experienced quite a bit. And they’ve…
Episode 23: Adam Rozenhart/Inclusivity of Male Spaces
One of the coolest things of being a part of a growing city like Edmonton, and being in a media savvy and upcoming media such as podcasting, is the chance to connect with other cool people…
04 - Adam Rozenhart of The Expats Podcast
After my ‘podcast from the bike’ experience last time, I’m back in the cozy comfort of my studio this week, chatting with Adam Rozenhart. Adam is the host of The Expats podcast, an…
Speaking of ubiquitous, the What It Is crew has been super-busy, too. I had Taylor Chadwick on Seen and Heard in Edmonton to debate podcast length with Andrea Beça of That’s So Maven. They also published a fascinating panel discussion about small-scale theatre.. And because they were swamped recording a whack of salons for the Chinook Series, they released a mini-episode featuring arts news and a promo for their upcoming live show, which will be during Odd Wednesday at the Sewing Machine Factory on March 1.
Episode 60: Keep it tight or let it run?
Our January meetup was billed as a debate between Taylor Chadwick of What It Is against Andrea Beça of That’s So Maven on how long a podcast should be. “Debate” turned out to be a bit…
BONUS: Particle Collisions: Small Scale Theatre Experiment Panel
Recorded on November 25, 2016 @ The Citadel Theatre Moderator: Sarah Garton Stanley (National Arts Centre) Guests: Theo Pitsiavas & Chris Little (LoHiFi Productions), Erin Shields &…
Arts News UPDATE from Chinook Series
With: Taylor Chadwick & Chris W. Cook Contains some coarse language The What It Is podcast boys are hanging out recording the Salon Conversations as part of Chinook Series so a full episode…
Less than 15 minutes: Speaking of live shows, Let’s Find Out is doing one, too, on March 11; Michael Short of Let’s Go Outdoors learns about teaching people how to fish; and Alexander Wong contemplates a post-work society on Udia. 
Come Out to a Live Taping on March 11
Have you been digging listening to Let’s Find Out? Then come bring your history questions to an all-ages live taping! We’ve got an amazing panel of speakers coming out to The Needle Vinyl…
Outdoor volunteers offer more than just baiting a hook - Let's...
Just where do you get an understanding of the ins and outs of fishing, hunting, hiking, bird watching or other outdoor activities? For some that first introduction to an outdoor activity…
Episode 26: Paradise in Society
What is paradise in society? Or rather, how do we create paradise in society? We implement a system of universal basic income. We set the income to not be money, but to be time itself…
15 to 30 minutes: The Broadcast features a discussion about indigenous women in politics; Minister Faust talks about writing and teaching with Thomas Wharton on MF Galaxy; and Lorne Rubis and Lynette Turner discuss leadership and failure on Culture Cast.
Labels we wear: Indigenous Women in politics
Russia’s parliament passed legislation decriminalizing domestic abuse. In this episode we discuss the ramifications of the legislation. Closer to home, The Broadcast welcomes city council…
MF GALAXY: NOVELIST THOMAS WHARTON - ARE MILLENNIAL WRITERS MORE...
Thomas Wharton. If he decided to wear a ballcap that says “Winning” he’d have every right to do so. His first novel was Icefields, and straight out of the gate, it won the Commonwealth…
Confidence, Patti Smith and Dylan: Failing authentically by...
What happens when we open ourselves up to failure? Lorne and Lynette discuss trusting our peers to show empathy and coping with mistakes.
More 15 to 30 minutes: On The Dip, Shawn Kanungo and Wang Yip discuss how to stop being stuck; Jean Eaton learns about Kids4Cameras and how to help on Practice Management Nuggets; and on Hockey Feels, a whole bunch of Doctor Who fans take in a game in Los Angeles.
The Dip - Season 2 Episode 16 - Jeff Goins and gaining clarity...
Have you ever been ‘stuck’? Not sure what to do, how to do it or even where to get help? Jeff Goins, best selling author has certainly been there and his solution is something so simple…
Kids4Cameras - Interview with Heather Scott - Information...
Kids4Cameras is a non-profit in Edmonton, Alberta, that encourages youth from all walks of life to share their voice through photography. Kids4Cameras has established an amazing reputation…
Hockey Feels - February 20, 2017
On this week’s Hockey Feels: Los Angeles car cast! Steven and Rachel are joined by their friends Erika, Chip, Deb, Dave, and Alyssa as they check out the Kings-Coyotes game at the Staples…
30 to 45 minutes: Speaking of Doctor Who, some of those same fans are the voices of Verity!, who gathered in L.A. for Gallifrey One; Pamella Heikel has a lovely chat with her mom on Conscious Conversations; and Tema Frank learns about recession-proofing your business by selling smarter on Frank Reactions.
Extra! - Gallifrey One Love
It’s our annual recorded-live-in-person Gallifrey One Extra! Join Deb, Erika, and Katrina as we tiredly gush over how lovely this year’s Gally has been. Were you at Gally this year?…
Move: The Esssentials of Routine by PAMELLA
This talk, is my last episode in the Tenacious Living Series and Format. I thought it would be fun to wrap up the show with a special guest, Lady J, AKA Janet, AKA my mom! We talk routines…
How to Recession-Proof Your Business -
Podcast (fr): Download (Duration: 32:17 – 14.8MB) During the last recession, Brian Gracon, author of Meconomics 101: 16 Ways to Improve Your Marketing, Selling and Business Management for…
More 30 to 45 minutes: That’s So Maven has two great conversations about entrepreneurship, one with Claire Theaker-Brown of Flatter:Me Belts and another with Jennifer Grimm of Lux Beauty Boutique; and Scotty Riddell of Soulfront talks business with Marnie Ashcroft of Glow Juicery.
Episode 33: Claire Theaker-Brown
This week, we sat down with Claire Theaker-Brown, inventor of Flatter:Me Belts, which are changing the lives – and wardrobes – of women everywhere! After starting her business in Shanghai,…
Episode 34: Jennifer Grimm
This week, we sat down with Jennifer Grimm, owner of Lux Beauty Boutique and total lover of the world of retail. Lux just moved into a new, larger space in Edmonton’s iconic High Street -…
Marnie Ashcroft, Founder of Glow Juicery by Soulfront
Soulfront Podcast with Marnie Ashcroft http://www.glowjuicery.ca #soulfront if we moved you 🙂 Check us out at http://www.soulfront.ca Enjoy! Stay wonderful. Scotty, Soulfront Founder
Even more 30 to 45 minutes: The Broadcast goes to election school to learn more about the effort to get more women to run for office; the Press Gallery goes deeper into political trolls, among other topics; and the fellas at Real Life gush about Garth Brooks.
"Play the game a little:" How women can break into municipal...
In this episode, we talk about what it will take for more women to run in Alberta municipal elections this fall. Women hold about 26 per cent of elected municipal positions in the province…
Press Gallery #170: The Trolls, Trade and Trainwrecks edition
From a two-and-a-half-year battle to get the number of threats made against premiers to the current runaway, blazing clown car that is the PC leadership race, the Press Gallery team this…
REAL LIFE PODCAST: EPISODE 16 - GARTH BROOKS AND A YACHT WITH...
With fake apologies from Gregor and Struds and even faker return threats from Wanye von Gretz the show wove and swerved through a variety of topics this week. Strudwick professionally noted…
45 to 60 minutes: The Watch-men and Press Start To Join take a look at Lego Batman; and The Why Show examines fake news and what it means to say what you do.
The Watch-men Ep 67: Lego Batman - The Gateway
A new Batman film, but it’s full of jokes? It may seem like something that could only happen in the Phantom Zone, but it’s true! The caped crusader is back, but this time he’s traded in…
Press Start To Join
Josh and Alan disagree on the execution of The Joker in the Lego Batman Movie. A girl is suing the British Lottery because she won it. Josh recommends a movie but barely talks about it in…
The Why Show
The Why Show –

We talk about Trump’s fake news and the question, “what do you do?”
More 45 to 60 minutes: Bollywood is for Lovers explores the oeuvre of Sonam Kapoor; Write Reads launches a Canada Reads rival and reviews a pirate book; and Equinely Inclined takes a look at rodeo.
Episode 34 - Bollywood's Fashion Plate, Sonam Kapoor
In this episode we discuss three films starring Bollywood leading lady and fashion-icon Sonam Kapoor.
Write Reads #48 The Man Who Saved Henry Morgan by Robert Hough
Hey there, Buccaneers! Why don’t ye get yerself settled in like and have an earfull of our Historical Fiction Pick podcast? You can plunder and pillage our thoughts . . . um, or something….
Canada Equine ...On-Line: Equinely-Inclined! Podcast
Jed Pugsley, Livestock Program Administrator, from the PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) discusses rodeo myths and facts with Sylvia and Diana.
More than 60 minutes: The crew at I Have Some Notes apply their gimlet eyes to the Oscars; and Trash, Art and Movies compares and contrasts a couple of wartime capers, followed by a pair of movies based on the same story.
1st Annual Oscars Special
It’s Oscar time, and the movie world is abuzz with speculation as to who will be the big winners and losers come Oscar night. Who are the category favourites? Who has the most to gain from…
TAATM #214: Kelly's Heroes vs Three Kings
TAATM #214: Kelly’s Heroes vs Three Kings
The podcast that pits arthouse cinema against brainless entertainment-and then declares a victor.
TAATM #215: Mississippi Mermaid vs Original Sin
TAATM #215: Mississippi Mermaid vs Original Sin
Erin and Paul review two film versions of Cornell Woolrich’s novel WALTZ INTO DARKNESS: Francois Truffaut’s 1969 romantic suspense film MISSISSIPPI MERMAID, with Jean-Paul Belmondo and…
More over 60 minutes: The PhDs at Plot Device work up a D&D-esque adventure; the Northern Nerdcast visits with Renaissance Dork and PureSpec producer Brent Jans; and Cups N Cakes talks to Doug Hoyer, composer of many a podcast theme song and a brand new album.
MARCH OF THE UNDEAD by Plot Device
EPISODE SEVEN: In a land ruled by magic, in a time of legends… an army of the dead are on the move. Can a ragtag band of heroes defeat the MARCH OF THE UNDEAD? Roll your D20s, because in…
Nerdcast ep.63 Brent Jans
This week features Brent Jans, author of the Renaissance Dork blog as well as Director of the Pure Speculation Festival.
Cups N Cakes Podcast
Cups N Cakes Podcast is on Mixcloud. Join to listen to great radio shows, DJ mix sets and Podcasts
Find more find more in previous roundups, on the Northern Content Network, on Guerrilla Radio and on the Edmonton Nerd List‘s media page. If you’d like this delivered to your inbox every other Saturday, subscribe to my newsletter. This podcast roundup is going to come out every other Friday now, for now.

Again, come on down on Saturday, Feb. 25, at 1 p.m. for our podcasting meetup featuring Alex and Trisha from The Broadcast. There will be door prizes from PodSummit, Edmonton Opera and Variant Edition, and treats from CafeRista.

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