Edmonton podcast roundup: March 24, 2017

March 24 podcast roundup

This time around, I begin the podcast roundup with new creations from two of the six voices of Verity!, a delightful Doctor Who podcast. I’ll tell you about them, then we’ll get into the usual collection of locally made podcasts, organized by length.
Katrina Griffiths and Erika Ensign are the Edmontonian members of the Verity crew. (Listen to them play Doctor Who trivia!) Kat’s brand-new podcast, Start the Music, is something completely different. She’ll be asking bands, fans and industry folk how they fell in love with music, and she’ll introduce us to some new music along the way.
Extra! - Trivia! with No Da-luck
It’s time for another gametastic Extra! Join Deb, Erika, Katrina, and Lynne as we battle it out for most Trivial Verity of 2017. We fully admit, this is not our skill set. But golly do we…
STM Episode 001 - An Introduction
In this, the first episode of Start the Music! I explain what the podcast is all about and feature the single “The Victim” by Shadow of Everest. Note: As of writing this the podcast is…
Meanwhile, Erika has launched Beginner’s Puck, a hockey podcast for fans both new and old, with fellow Verity cast member Deb Stanish. They nerd out about hockey, in a very accessible yet passionate way. It’s superb.
Origin Story (Beginner's Puck 0)
Once upon a time, at a Doctor Who convention, two hockey fans had a great idea and a hockey podcast was born.
In Defense Of... (Beginner's Puck 1)
Deb and Erika discuss the dismal performances of our home teams; the New Kid (Connor McDavid) v. The Old Kid (Sidney Crosby); and the Pittsburgh Penguins controversial decision to call up…
Leagues of Their Own (Beginner's Puck 2)
It’s a great hockey week for Erika, not so much for Deb, as they discuss the run for the playoffs. They then delve into the U.S. Women’s National Team’s decision to boycott the Women’s…
15 to 30 minutes: That’s So Maven checks in with Ally and Carina of Park Avenue Communications; Monetizing Your Creativity chats with a variety of actors about the business of acting, including former Edmontonian Amy Shostak; and Lorne Rubis’s Culture Cast explores useful ways to give and receive feedback.
Episode 37: Park Avenue Communications
This week, we sat down with Ally and Carina of Park Avenue Communications, who work with a wide variety of clients in the city to help them master their brands. Originally planning on…
122 Acting careers - stage & screen by MonetizingYourCreativity
Welcome to another themed episode drawing upon the advice and counsel of various guests on a single topic. This week’s topic: Acting careers – stage and screen. Four multi-talented and…
Feedback: Using it to give, receive and grow by Lorne Rubis
Having a growth mindset, as it turns out, has a lot to do with how you handle feedback. Feeling like hard work pays off and can be rewarding, and feeling like you are capable of improving,…
30 to 45 minutes: The Broadcast features a fascinating and at times enraging panel featuring four women in politics, moderated at a live show by Trisha Estabrooks; then you can hear Trisha and co-host Alex Zabjek talk to me about how they started The Broadcast on the latest Seen and Heard in Edmonton.
"You've got to see yourself at that table:" Four stories of...
In this episode, we head to the Metro Cinema where Trish hosted a panel discussion with four female politicians as part of the Edmonton International Women’s Film Festival. There were some…
Episode 62: Getting started with The Broadcast
Our February meetup was kind of a sequel to an earlier meetup on how to get started. Among the aspiring podcasters in that audience were journalists Trisha Estabrooks and Alex Zabjek. At…
30 to 45 minutes: On the Modern Manhood Podcast, German Villegas talks to Daniel Letourneau about how to overcome the toxic masculinity that seems to take root so easily in restaurant culture; a crew of MacEwan students from the new online magazine Enthuse chat about Kong and Ed Sheeran; and Adam Rozenhart hears the most amazing story of serendipity in South Korea from his latest interview subject on The Expats.
Episode 25: Daniel Letourneau/ How can Men break the Cycle of...
Daniel Letourneau is a cook that started questioning how his work fed into toxic masculinity, especially in regards to addictions, bad mental health, and an almost macho environment. Along…
Enthusecast #2: King Kong & Ed Sheeran's Divide by Enthuse
This week, we discuss Kong: Skull Island and the Legendary MonsterVerse, as well as Ed Sheeran’s new album, Divide.
Episode 38: A Canadian Expat in South Korea
Arlo Matisz made a quick decision: he planned to live abroad. Not a week later, he was on a plane to South Korea. When he arrived, he made his way to the nearest bar, bought a round of…
30 to 45 minutes: A little more entrepreneurship: On That’s So Maven, Andrea Beça and Lauren Dary talk business with Jessica Clarke, founder of True Life Fitness Apparel; and I talk to three smart entrepreneurs about growing beyond solopreneurship on the newly resurrected Capital Ideas Edmonton podcast.
Episode 38: Jessica Clarke
This week, we sat down with Jessica Clarke, founder of True Life Fitness Apparel. Despite opening less than a year ago, True Life has already spread around the globe and continues to grow….
EPISODE 39: FROM ME TO WE: GROWING BEYOND SOLOPRENEURSHIP -...
Here is the live podcast from our 59th Capital Ideas Edmonton event, on the topic of making your first hires. We heard from Angel Chok of Novelle Bridal Shop, Janis Galloway of Publicity…
45 to 60 minutes: Jessica and Katie discuss Canada’s performance in the Algarve Cup on For Kicks; Science for the People reveals the secrets of concrete; and we have more students discussing Kong, this time from the University of Alberta on The Watch-men.
For Kicks Podcast, Episode 23: The Algarve Cup
Canada arrived in Portugal for this year’s Algarve Cup as reigning champions and left with the second place prize. It was a performance we feel pretty good about considering the number of…
#413 - Concrete: Science for the People
Robert Courland is the author known for his narrative-driven non-fiction works, including “Concrete Planet: The Strange and Fascinating Story of the World’s Most Common Man-Made…
The Watch-men Ep. 71: "Kong: Skull Island" - The Gateway
On this episode of The Watch-men podcast… Sam watched Kong Skull Island in Edmonton, Alberta. Matt watched Kong Skull Island somewhere in Russia. And Joyce asks questions about the…
More than 60 minutes: Erin E. Fraser and Matt Bowes have a hilarious and illuminating talk about dance competitions in and out of the movies with Devin Bruce and Danica Leblanc on Bollywood is for Lovers; and Erin and co-host Paul Matwychuk compare and contrast two Steven Soderbergh movies, sex lies and videotape and Ocean’s 11, on Trash, Art and the Movies.
Episode 36 - So You Think You Can Bollywood
In this episode we welcome Danica LeBlanc, co-owner of Edmonton’s best comic book store Variant Edition, and Devin Bruce, of the infrequent produced Scotch & Comics podcast, to discuss…
Trash, Art, And The Movies : TAATM #217: Sex, Lies and Videotape...
The podcast that pits arthouse cinema against brainless entertainment-and then declares a victor.
More than 60 minutes: The PhDs at Plot Device come up with a way better Batman movie than you’ve ever seen; Nathan and Adam of the Loyal Company of the River Valley talk about FC Edmonton fandom with Dave from the Edmonton Supporters Group; and on Highlevel Showdown, Elliott Tanti and Michael Vecchio discuss the Alberta budget and Jason Kenney’s leadership win.
THE BATMAN by Plot Device
EPISODE TEN The Dark Knight returns to the Plot Device podcast’s version of the big screen as Plot Device tries to tell a story about Batman where he actually solves crimes and doesn’t…
Loyal Company of the River Valley Podcast: LCRV - Episode 98
This week we have fortunately solved our audio issues and the timing couldn’t be more perfect. Dave from the ESG joins us to talk about the groups plans for 2017. We also talk about the…
Episode #76 - A Notley Budget and Kenney Coronation
On Episode # 76 we look at the Alberta Budget 2017. Are the numbers justified? Is the NDP being overconfident when tabling budgets like this? Later the Jason Kenney’s victory as the newly…
More than 60 minutes: Finally, a double-header on Montreal Sauce with Jeff Samsonow, a man of many talents and media adventures, including the new Edmonton Quotient.
Samsonow - Montreal Sauce
This episode is an interview with the talented Jeff Samsonow, who wears a number of hats. He’s been a journalist, producer, writer, product strategist, content director and more. A healty…
The Lock 'em Sock 'em Cinematic Universe - Montreal Sauce
The second half of our chat with Jeff Samsonow is all about his indie media production adventures. We learn about the company started by he and Sally Poulsen, The Edmontonian Media Co. A…

There’s a bunch more in my queue that I just didn’t get to. 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 my picks delivered to your inbox every other Saturday, subscribe to my newsletter.

Don’t miss our next podcasting meetup on March 26 on the topic of getting more people to listen to local podcasts. We’ll be talking to Chris Chang-Yen Phillips of Let’s Find Out and Katrina Ingram of CKUA. There will be door prizes from Studio Theatre and Variant Edition, and treats from CafeRista.

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