Edmonton podcast roundup: April 21, 2017

April 21 podcast roundup

Before we jump into the roundup, let me tell you about a chance to see some podcasters perform before your very eyes. Our friends at NorthwestFest, Edmonton’s international documentary and media arts festival, are presenting LunchPods, a week of live shows featuring local podcasters at the Needle. Here’s the lineup:

Tickets are $5 at the door, or free if you’re a NorthwestFest passholder, which could be a wise move, because you’ll get to see a ton of fascinating documentary films.

Also, the Cups N Cakes crew are co-presenting an evening of music and a screening of The People vs. George Lucas at The Needle on May 4.

OK, on with the roundup, and then there’s more news at the bottom.

Less than 15 minutes: Tyler Butler and Linda Hoang of Don’t Call Me A Guru share the conversation they had with Twitter Canada’s Jennifer Hollett; Clock Radio learns more about the philosophy behind the indigenous education centre at MacEwan University; and Witch, Please remains on a break until June, but has some exciting meetups coming up.
Episode 6: Is Twitter Dead? (Hint: No)
In Episode 6 of Don’t Call Me a Guru, we are joined by Jennifer Hollett, Twitter Canada’s Head of News. Jennifer was the keynote speaker at iMEDIA conference in March. We spoke with…
Ep. 9: Lived experience is the best way to learn by MacEwanU
We sat down with two staff members from Kihew Watston, MacEwan University’s Indigenous Education Centre, to learn about smudging: a ceremony that acts as a grounding moment of…
Witch, Please and the THIS IS JUST AN ANNOUNCEMENT DON`T GET TOO...
Hey witches! We’re dropping back into your feed momentarily to let you know about three upcoming events! On Sunday, April 23, at 1pm UPDATE: 3:30PM, Hannah and previous guest Rachelle…
Less than 15 minutes: Hockey Feels is recapping every single NHL playoff game, every night after the game. It’s crazy and good. Here are the most recent ones, including the one we Edmonton fans care most about on the day after Game 5.
Hockey Feels Scoreboard - April 20, 2017
Scores: Edmonton 4, San Jose 3 (OT) (Edmonton leads series 3-2) NY Rangers 3, Montreal 2 (OT) (NY Rangers leads series 3-2) Pittsburgh 5, Columbus 2 (Pittsburgh wins series 4-1) Nashville…
Hockey Feels Scoreboard - April 19, 2017
Scores: Washington 5, Toronto 4 (Series tied 2-2) Ottawa 1, Boston 0 (Ottawa leads series 3-1) Minnesota 2, St. Louis 0 (St. Louis leads series 3-1) Anaheim 3, Calgary 1 (Anaheim wins…
15 to 30 minutes: On Tales from the Hydian Way, Ben Yendall interviews the cast of his new podcast, Heroes of the Hydian Way; and speaking of Star Wars, the Borchelli Brothers dive deep into the latest trailer with Fish Griwkowsky and Curtis Ross.
Interview with the People on Heroes
Ben interviews the rest of the cast of Heroes of the Hydian Way. The dependable editor Kristine, the personable Chris, the deep Brent, and the energetic Leslie all share bits of themselves…
BB.1 - The Last Jedi Teaser with Fish Griwkowsky and Curtis Ross
HEY! Welcome to a new thing we’re doing here at Borchelli Brothers Studios called “BBs” (Borchelli Bites)! These are a shorter form of podcast episode that focus on topics that can’t fill…
15 to 30 minutes: Don’t Call Me A Guru compares and contrasts the “stories” features on various social media platforms; the Bad Feminists Book Club likes but is also somewhat creeped out by Bloodchild and Other Stories; and Allen Featherstone shares the conversation he had about addiction and mental health with Joy Zylstra on The Featherstone.
Episode 7: All the Stories
In Episode 7 of Don’t Call Me a Guru, Linda and Tyler discuss ALL the social media Stories – Snapchat Stories, Facebook Stories, Instagram Stories, Messenger Stories Day – why all the…
Mar 2017: Bloodchild and Other Stories by Octavia Butler
For the month of March we read Bloodchild and Other Stories by Octavia Butler! Joanna picked this collection of sci-fi short stories and we universally loved it.
Today’s mini episode is a rebroadcast of an appearance I made on Joy Zylstra’s YouTube show entitled Scarred, Not Broken. Joy’s mission is to make the world a more loving and accepting…
30 to 45 minutes: Matthew Ankerstein of Bee Influenced discussed Junior Achievement with Keith Pudwill; Eryne Sarabin discusses the business of event planning on That’s So Maven; and Andrea of the Alberta Craft Beer Guidecast talks beer with the production manager from Alley Kat Brewing.
Junior Achievement & Entrepreneurship Programs w/ Keith Pudwill
Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Back in January, I recorded a podcast episode called “The Importance of Volunteering as an Entrepreneur”. In the episode I talk about the…
Episode 41: Eryne Sarabin
This week, we sat down with Eryne Sarabin, owner of Tycoon Events. She’s been working in and around the events industry for about 14 years, but even as a child, she knew she wanted to…
ACBGC Episode 5 - Tim from Alley Kat Brewing Co.
Today Andrew sits down with Tim, Production Manager at Alley Kat Brewing Co. Tim and Andrew chat about the Alberta brewing pioneer, as well as his own introductions to beer, and what drew…
30 to 45 minutes: On The Broadcast, Katherine O’Neill talks about stepping away from the presidence of Alberta’s PC party after a turbulent two years; and on Seen and Heard in Edmonton, I talk politics and podcasting with Elliott Tanti and Michael Vecchio of Highlevel Showdown.
In this week’s episode, we ask former PC President, Katherine O’Neill, about what really happened inside the PC party after it was nearly wiped off Alberta’s political map in 2015, and why…
Episode 64: Michael Vecchio and Elliott Tanti
Meet Elliott Tanti and Michael Vecchio, two friends who started sparring about politics for fun and decided to turn their frequent debates into the Highlevel Showdown podcast. Highlevel…
30 to 45 minutes: On Kindred, Rayna and Megan try to get to the bottom of what we mean by the term “self-care”; on NeWest Press Audio, Matt Bowes talks to Sarah de Leeuw about creative nonfiction and her latest collection; and on Real Life, Jason Strudwick and Jason Gregor catch up on hockey with the man they call Bagged Milk.
Kindred Ep 15: Self Care explained?? by Kindred
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…
NeWest Press Audio : Episode #59: Sarah de Leeuw/WHERE IT HURTS
Author Sarah de Leeuw joins us to talk about her new essay collection Where it Hurts, as well as developments in Northern B.C., the difference between writing non-fiction and creative non-fiction, as well as how she gets essays published.
Real Life Podcast Episode 23: Playoffs, Hot Mics, and Zack...
We’ve reached the second week of the playoffs and the Real Life Podcast is here to cover the storylines and upsets from the week that was. This week, we invited Baggedmilk onto the podcast…
30 to 45 minutes: The I Have Some Notes crew has a rollicking chat about pop culture, including the failure of Ghost in the Shell; on Press Start To Join, Josh and Alan go deep on cosplay with the guy you might know as Master Chief; and on Start the Music, Kat interviews the lead vocalist for Beggar’s Bunce and plays some great music.
Side Notes: White as a Ghost in the Shell
Our podcast foursome are back with more fantastic movie and TV recommendation, the fantastic four…you might call them. In this month’s edition Gregg laments cueing up Josh Trank’s super…
Press Start To Join
We check in with our buddy Mike, and pick his brain on his cosplay career.
Start the Music! 003 - Beggars Bunce
This episode features music and an interview with Bob Fleming from the Beggar’s Bunce and a live recording of the title track of their album Silent Revolution. First Track: Better Days -…
45 to 60 minutes: On her first solo show at That’s So Maven, Andrea Beça talks to Jessica Zapata of Infinite Fitness; on The Modern Manhood Podcast, German Villegas interviews Ian Moore about toxic masculinity in the law profession; and on Drink This Podcast, Matt Mercer-Slingsby talks about beer, sexism and business with Erica Francis, editor of the Craft Beer Guide Book.
Episode 42: Jessica Zapata
This week, I sat down with Jessica Zapata, co-owner of Infinite Fitness and creator of the Fitilates method. After knowing Jessica for a few years and training with her (we’re preparing for…
Ep 28: Ian Moore/Life in a Heavily Male Workplace
Today we’re going to talk about the law. Not the law in regards to masculinity or how it affects males, but the law profession. How it affects the notions of self-care, and how the law…
The Only Part of Your Body That Affects How you Taste is Your...
Today We are joined again by Erica Francis, Sales rep extraordinaire for Village Brewery, Editor of the Craft Beer Guide Book, and overall Bad ass beer lover for a chat about her diverse…
45 to 60 minutes: The Eskimo Empire Podcast takes a look at the dismissal of GM Ed Hervey, among other CFL matters; Elliott and Michael at Highlevel Showdown discuss marijuana legalization, drainage politics in Edmonton, and, of course, Trump; and Equinely Inclined has been on a tear lately — the one I caught up with is Episode 157 with horse trainer and Liberty clinician Glenn Stewart.
Eskimo Empire Podcast: Episode 84 - Podcaster Ryan from CFL...
CFL Pod Family member Podcaster Ryan joins Andrew and Superfan Mike to talk about all the bombs going off in the CFL this week! Enjoy the listen! #HammerInThePants Twitter: @EskEmpirePod…
Episode #80 - Liberal and YEG Pipes
We begin our 80th episode by discussing the federal government’s proposed legislation to legalize marijuana. Is the July 2018 deadline reasonable? How can we expect the provinces to…
Canada Equine ...On-Line: Equinely-Inclined! Podcast
Equinely-Inclined 152: Horse Industry Challenges in our Urbanized Society Equinely-Inclined 151: Rebecca Gimenez to the Rescue! Equinely-Inclined 150: Tommy Durocher Meets Monty Roberts…
More than 60 minutes: The Nerdebrates offer a how-to for comic-con season; on The Hero Protocol, Shane Maio interviews Jay Bardyla of Happy Harbor Comics; and on Northern Nerdcast, Dan and Chelsea talk cosplay and filmmaking with the team behind The Ride.
ISSUE 17: CON-FIDENCE
Are you one of those people who went to a convention and found out upon your arrival you didn’t have your tickets or other necessities? Yes we are those people too! You’re not alone this…
The Hero Protocol Ep.68
Episode 68 of The Hero Protocol! @ShaneMaio sits down with store owner Jay of Happy Harbor Comics to talk about setting up for Free Comic Book Day, Marvel & some controversial…
Nerdcast ep.70 The Ride
This week on the Nerdcast Dan and Chelsea sit down with the crew from the fan film The Ride.
More than 60 minutes: Catch up with the Canadian women’s soccer team and the goings-on in the NWSL with Jessica and Katie from For Kicks; on Trash, Art, and the Movies, Erin and Paul compare and contrast the African Queen and Romancing the Stone; and here’s Allen Featherstone again, this time with a timely interview on medical cannabis.
For Kicks Podcast, Episode 24: CANWNT vs Sweden & Germany,...
Ask and you shall receive! In the past week, not only did Canada play two top tier teams in international friendlies, but Canada Soccer gave fans access to live feeds of the games. To stick…
Trash, Art, And The Movies : TAATM #221: The African Queen vs....
The podcast that pits arthouse cinema against brainless entertainment-and then declares a victor.
This week’s guest is Aaron Bott. Aaron is an Edmonton medical cannabis activist and former dispensary owner. MACROS operated here in Edmonton for twelve years providing medicine for…
I always wish I could listen to more, but that was my limit this time. Find even more in previous roundups, on the Northern Content Network, on Guerrilla Radio and on the Edmonton Nerd List‘s podcasts and streams page.

If you want to learn more about LunchPods and the general spirit of collaboration we like to encourage around here, come to the Edmonton Podcasting Meetup on April 30. My guest will be Fawnda Mithrush, managing director of NorthwestFest and the originator of this particular crazy idea that just might work.

leafblowers
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