Edmonton podcast roundup: March 11, 2017

March 11 podcast roundup

The hosts of That’s So Maven have been popping up all over lately (partly because of me, about which more later). So let’s begin with them before heading into the usual time-organized roundup.
Andrea Beça will almost certainly make you cry on the latest episode of Pet Sounds, in which she talks about losing her beloved dog Oscar. And Lauren Dary talks to me on Seen and Heard in Edmonton about podcasting and business.
Episode 23 / Not Just a Dog
A companion animal’s death can prompt very real grief in their owner. Andrea Beca knows-she shares how she’s working through it. A pet bereavement specialist with the Canadian Mental…
Episode 61: Lauren Dary
Meet Lauren Dary, an Edmonton photographer and one-half of the team behind That’s So Maven, a podcast by, for and about female entrepreneurs. Lauren and her co-host, Andrea Beça,…
You can also hear Andrea and Lauren on their own show interviewing some interesting entrepreneurs: Dez and Andrea of Reloved, and Stephanie Tooke of Boe Baby Boutique. And then I invited them to ask the next Capital Ideas question, so feel free to chime in there — it’s about podcasts!
Episode 35: Reloved
This week, we sat down with sisters-in-law Dez and Andrea to talk about their business, Reloved. Referred to as “magic paint” by those who use and love it, Reloved just made an exciting…
Episode 36: Stephanie Tooke
This week, we sat down with Stephanie Tooke, founder and creator of amazing children’s clothing at Boe Baby Boutique. Starting as a love letter to cloth diapers, Stephanie’s business grew…
What podcast helps you be a better entrepreneur? - Capital Ideas...
Podcasts are a growing source of information and inspiration for many business owners. But there are so many that it can be tough to find the one that really speaks to you. That has Andrea…
Less than 15 minutes: On Toastcaster, Greg Gazin reviews a gadget that removes viruses from your computer; and on Exploring Fort Saskatchewan, Curtis Dominique learns about a fundraiser for the local hospital.
Toastcaster 78 FixMeStick Self-Propelled Virus Removal System
08:03] As Toastmasters we often use USB sticks with other people’s computers or often they use ours. No surprise, there is always a threat of viruses and other nasties. The truth is some…
Exploring Fort Saskatchewan - March 7th - Radiothon by Dominique...
Today I am joined by David Moon who volunteers at Fort Saskatchewan Community Hospital Foundation. We talk about the upcoming event this March 8th, the 4th Annual Care from the Heart Day…
15 to 30 minutes: Rev Recluse uncovers a talented accordionist from the 80s on Vintage Edmonton Music; Adam Rozenhart talks to a well-travelled Canadian now living in Turkey on The Expats; and Minister Faust interviews playwright Cheryl Foggo about her research into Alberta legend John Ware.
Vintage Edmonton Music Podcast #20: Charles Benko- "Especially...
Articles, photos, ads, audio, and film from Edmonton, Alberta’s history
Episode 37: A Canadian Expat in Turkey
Chris Mitchell is no stranger to the expat lifestyle. He’s an experienced traveler, and lately he’s hanging his hat in Istanbul, Turkey. In this episode, Chris shared his experiences…
MF GALAXY: PLAYWRIGHT CHERYL FOGGO ON JOHN WARE, CANADA'S MOST...
John Ware is the greatest Canadian legend you probably have never heard of. He was a 19th Century West African born into the American continent-wide rape-gulag that apologists call the Old…
15 to 30 minutes: True North Strange and Weird explores a horror story from the North. And Haley Radke talkes to a therapist on Adoptees On about an interesting therapy that can help deal with trauma.
We'd Better Let Sleeping Gods Lie S01E07
In the winter of 1941, God and the Devil came to the Belcher Islands; an isolated Inuit community on the south east corner of Hudson’s Bay. Years later two visitors would knock on a…
Healing Series: EMDR Therapy
Show Notes Topics We Discussed * Last week for the listener survey and giveaway! Listen for the link! * What is EMDR Therapy? * Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing by Dr. Francine…
30 to 45 minutes: The new Alberta Craft Beer Guide Cast interviews Don from Brewsters Brewing Co.; German Villegas talks to Darren Cheverie of Chartier about the macho world of restaurants and the toll it takes; and Alex and Trisha at The Broadcast talk to former MLA Heather Klimchuk about what is happening to the PC Party.
ACBGC Episode 2 - Don From Brewsters
From upstart brewpub in episode 1 to legacy Brewpub in Episode 2; today Andrew is joined by Don of Brewsters Brewing Co. Don has amassed a wealth of knowledge of the industry and the…
Episode 24: Darren Cheverie/Life of a Sensitive Cook
On this episode, I traveled outside of Edmonton for a stop to my favorite new restaurant, Chartier out in Beaumont. And this time it wasn’t to chow down on their cinnamon buns, or fresh…
The Game is On: The Future of the PC Party in Alberta
On March 18, the PC Party will elect a new leader. With pundits and party insiders predicting a Jason Kenney victory, we ask: what will a united conservative party mean for women in…
30 to 45 minutes: The Well-Endowed Podcast has a couple of stories on women’s history and politics, and a couple more connected to Canada 150; and on Let’s Find Out, Chris Chang-Yen Phillips joins a dogged researcher to honour the first Edmonton police officer to be killed in the line of duty.
Episode 6 - From Her Perspective - The Well Endowed Podcast
Happy International Women’s Day! On this month’s episode, The Maggie Tree tackles women’s experience of war in their upcoming play 9 Parts of Desire; we get into politics with the…
Episode 7: The Absent Gravestone
Constable Frank Beevers was the first Edmonton police officer to be killed in the line of duty. Sheila Thomas asks: why is his grave unmarked? Listen first, then read more below. Sheila…
30 to 45 minutes: Rayna and Megan from the newly rebranded Kindred talk about female friendships and an upcoming event on that topic; The Press Gallery at the Edmonton Journal explores the political news of the week, including a great screed by Paula Simons on what a mess the justice system is; and on Don’t Call Me A Guru, Linda Hoang and Tyler Butler talk about the uses and abuses of live video.
Kindred Ep 14: "The Importance of Female Relationships" by...
Rayna Graham (fightforfitgroup.com) and Megan Parker Quinn (whatmakesmyhearthappy.com) are moving from Find Your Fire podcast to KINDRED where these two women are creating a safe space for…
Press Gallery #173: The Courts and Communication edition
This week, the Press Gallery team takes a look back at the first full week of Alberta’s legislative session for 2017, which was eerily reminiscent of the last weeks of 2016. The big issue…
Ep. 5: Live Video by Don't Call Me A Guru
Our hosts discuss the next big trend on social media: livestreaming. Find out what makes a great live video experience and learn what you need to know to get started with your livestreaming…
More 45 to 60 minutes: The Highlevel Showdown looks at the new session of the Alberta legislature and the federal Conservative leadership race; and the Movie Jerks bring in Liam Leroux to be possibly the only people in history to compare-and-contrast Citizen Kane and The Greasy Strangler.
Episode #74 - O'Leary Runs and Sessions Lies
On Episode #74 we begin by discussing the latest Speech from the Throne in Alberta. Is the NDP pushing the “reset button” with its coming agenda? What can we expect from the upcoming…
The Movie Jerks: Episode 227: The Greasy Strangler and Citizen...
Episode 227: The Greasy Strangler and Citizen Kane Aired Monday February 27th, 2017 Playing off the Oscar Buzz we analyze two iconic fil…
45 to 60 minutes: The Why Show talks to Coun. Scott McKeen about politics, journalism and free speech; On The Hero Protocol, Shane Maio nerds out with MLA David Shepherd about black superheroes; and on the Northern Nerdcast, Dan and Chelsea talk to Cheryl Cottrell-Smith and Kevin Harwood about a new game called The Station.
The Why Show
The Why Show
Edmonton City Councillor Scott McKeen joins us to talk about his experience in journalism and politics.
The Hero Protocol Ep.63
Episode 63 of The Hero Protocol! @ShaneMaio invites special guest @DShepYep (David Shepherd) to talk about Black History Month! Subscribe, Like and Share! https://itun.es/i67923q…
Nerdcast ep.65 The Station
This week Dan and Chelsea sit down with Cheryl Cottrell-Smith and Creative Director Kevin Harwood from The Station. The Station is a first-person interactive story-telling game set in the…
More than 60 minutes: What It Is shares the audio from its crazy, funny live show at Odd Wednesday; Cups N Cakes celebrates real country music and talks to Napalmpom; Shutter Time with Sid and Mac chats with YouTube star Thomas Heaton; and Allen Featherstone chats with Muy Thai fighter Jordan Dobie.
Ep 125: LIVE! From Odd Wednesday
Guest: Amy Shostak & Success 5000 With: Colton Taylor Thomas, Guy Fieri, The Poditor & Stan Ostrowski Hosted by Taylor Chadwick Live Sketches from The Debutantes: Josh Coss, Nathalie…
Episode 079 - Denim On Denim
On episode 79, the fellas discuss who destroyed country music by inventing “pop country” and Marvin has a chat with Napalmpom for “Inside the Artists Studio”. With new music from: The…
Episode 155 "" Arting with Thomas Heaton
Chances are you know him and you love him. Photographer and YouTube creator, Thomas Heaton, joined us from the UK to discuss his craft, inspirations and what drives him to keep creating…
The Featherstone Podcast: The Featherstone Ep. 014 "Killin'...
Hello my friends and welcome to the show! My guest this week is the ever positive Jordan Dobie. Miss Jordan and I sat down in my new digs in downtown Edmonton Alberta and talked about…
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.

You’re invited to our next podcasting meetup on March 26 on the topic of getting more people to listen to podcasts. There will be door prizes from Studio Theatre and Variant Edition, and treats from CafeRista, not to mention excellent company.

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