Edmonton podcast roundup: May 12, 2017

May 12 podcast roundup
Busy times! I’ve been attending the LunchPods series at NorthwestFest all week (and I’m on stage May 12 with Trina Shessel from the Northern Nerdcast and Ben Yendall of Tales from the Hydian Way). Also, I announced the creation of the Alberta Podcast Network, more about which later.
SHORTS & PODCASTS
With a great selection of Short Film Packages, and our all new LunchPODs Podcast series, NWF2017 is about more than just feature films! Here’s a full list of Short Films & Podcasts, and…
Northwestfest | Edmonton`s Non-Fiction Film, Music and Art...
Formerly known as the Global Visions Festival, Canada’s longest-running non-fiction film festival is evolving in a big way!
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But I have listened to some local podcasts since last we spoke three weeks ago, so here’s a roundup, organized by length:
Less than 15 minutes: On Pet Sounds, Sarah Hoyles explores the effects of divorce on a couple’s pets; Capital City Records returns with Kennedy Jenson’s recommendation of a Colleen Rae song; and Marvin Polis’s IABC podcast features Marc Gordon on how corporations can be social.
Episode 25 / Pet Custody
Pets are part of the property that needs to be divided when a marriage breaks up. Nikki Lepine describes her experience with divorce and pet custody while Animal Legal Defense Fund’s Sarah…
Capital City Records Podcast: CCR Podcast | Colleen Rae "Look At...
This week’s podcast features Kennedy Jenson singing the praises of Edmonton Music Award Winner Colleen Rae’s song, “Look at Her Go.” Kennedy Jenson, a graduate of the Music Program at the…
015 Corporations aren`t people, so how can they be social? -...
The Forward Thinking workshop event was hosted by IABC Edmonton, Digital Alberta and nForm. This half-day was packed with strategy, tactics, and case studies covering a range of topics…
15 to 30 minutes: The Well-Endowed Podcast chats with journalist Paula Simons about her twist on Canada 150; the Vintage Edmonton Music podcast unearths a 1978 record made by a band made up of Edmonton Eskimos players; and True North Strange & Weird remembers the mass murder at the Giant Mine.
Episode 8 - Challenging Narratives - The Well Endowed Podcast
On this month’s episode, Post Media columnist Paula Simons challenges accepted narratives about Alberta’s history in her contribution to High Level Lit. High Level Lit is a Canada 150…
Vintage Edmonton Music Podcast #22
This episode features the 1978 45 by members of the Edmonton Eskimos, Five Day Trial.
Miss Piggy & the Cambodian Cowboys S01E11
A few things come to mind when we hear of strikes in the news, very rarely is murder one of them. The Giant Mine Massacre is one of Canada’s largest mass murders on the books. Let’s take a…
15 to 30 minutes: Culture Cast draws lessons from Sheryl Sandberg’s new book on life after the death of her husband; That’s So Maven’s Andrea Beça talks to the corset-maker who owns Dark Knits Boutique; and the Business Code podcast explores how co-operating with your competition can be good business.
I`m burying my husband today by Culture Cast
Lorne and Lynette discuss Sheryl Sandberg’s new book about the death of her husband and regaining confidence. A key part of this involves contribution lists: consciously keeping track of…
Episode 44: Nikki Ewing
This week, I sat down with Nikki Ewing, A.K.A. Nikki Styxx, the magic-maker behind Dark Knits Boutique. Her motto? If you can dream it, she can make it, from corsets to costumes, cosplay,…
The Business Code Podcast
How businesses can profit from offering products or services that address such issues as war, hunger, poverty or climate change. The concept of ‘coopetition,’ which is the idea of working…
15 to 30 minutes: Catch up on women’s soccer close to home with Jessica and Katie from For Kicks; on The Expats, Adam Rozenhart talks to author Emma Hooper about life in Bath; and on Seen and Heard in Edmonton, I share the audio from our recent podcasting meetup with Fawnda Mithrush of NorthwestFest and I Don’t Get It.
For Kicks Podcast, Episode 25: An interview with Foothills WFC...
Currently, Foothills WFC is the highest level of women’s soccer being played in Canada and we’re thrilled that their club is so close to home in Alberta. We’re even more thrilled, however,…
Episode 40: A Canadian Expat in Bath
Around 60 AD, the Romans built Bath in what is now the United Kingdom. Ancient Bath was a Roman spa. Now it’s a small town of about 80,000 living just west of London. It’s also the site of…
Episode 65: Meetup with Fawnda Mithrush
Our April meetup gave us a chance to talk about the power of cross-promotion by engaging in some cross-promotion – I love me some meta. We had a chance to talk Fawnda Mithrush, who is…
30 to 45 minutes: On The Broadcast, Trisha and Alex learn how to see public services through a gendered lens; on the Northern Nerdcast, Dan and Trina share some interviews they gathered at the Calgary Expo; and on Start the Music, Kat chats with Ben Disaster of the Real Sickies.
Through the gendered lens: Rose coloured-glasses or reality?
Why the Alberta government has talked to 2,000 public servants about gender Could a gender-based snow plowing policy work in Alberta? Serious question. Sweden adopted a snow-clearing policy…
Nerdcast ep.72 Calgary Expo
This week on the Nerdcast we head south to the Calgary Expo where Dan shares his Interviews with some of the guests.
Start the Music! 004 - Real Sickies
We have not two, but four tracks for you to listen to this week. Enhance your commute or make your house-cleaning a little less painful with some great music. This weeks feature is an…
30 to 45 minutes: On the NeWest Press podcast, Matt Bowes talks to the author of The Orchard Keepers; on Don’t Call Me A Guru, Linda and Tyler speak to a mental health expert about keeping social media from making you sick; and on the final Capital Ideas podcast, hear three local entrepreneurs talk about unusual ways they have marketed their businesses.
NeWest Press Audio : Episode #60: Robert Pepper-Smith/THE...
Author Robert Pepper-Smith joins us to talk about his new publication The Orchard Keepers, which collects his earlier novels The Wheel Keeper and House of Spells and an all new book called…
Episode 8: Social Media and Self-Care
In Episode 8 of Don’t Call Me a Guru, Linda and Tyler chat with Deepika Mittra, a therapist, stress expert and self-care advocate who recently authored “Social Media & Technology: How to…
EPISODE 41: Surprise me: Offbeat marketing ideas - Capital Ideas...
Here is the podcast from our 61st Capital Ideas Edmonton event, on the topic of unusual ways to get attention for your business. We heard from Brandon Schatz of Variant Edition Comics and…
45 to 60 minutes: On Let’s Find Out, a question about indigenous food sends Chris Chang-Yen Phillips on a much more complex journey than he imagined; Haley Radke of Adoptees On talks to an expert about the different kinds of anger adoptees feel; and hear Paul Matwychuk of Trash, Art, and the Movies, JP Fournier of The Movie Jerks, and Erin E. Fraser and Matt Bowes of Bollywood is for Lovers discuss podcasting the movies at NorthwestFest.
Episode 9: A Lesson in Protocol
This episode: Nathan Smith asks what food plants have been important to Indigenous peoples in the Edmonton area. A simple question opens up a deep process of learning how to ask questions…
Healing Series: Anger
Show Notes Topics We Discussed What is Anger? * Anger means “I don’t like this” * Adoptees have plenty to ‘not like’ about adoption, and therefore plenty for us to be angry about * Fear and…
Supplemental Episode 1: BiFL at NorthWestFest 2017!
Hi everyone, here’s a bonus episode for this week. We were invited to be on a panel talking about movie podcasting in our hometown of Edmonton!Show notes:Northwestfest, the latest…
45 to 68 minutes: Write Reads improves upon CBC’s Canada Reads with its own version of the great book debate, spread over two episodes featuring five spirited arguments for CanLit’s “best” female character.
After Canada Reads Part 1
The day is finally here! Part 1 of After Canada Reads is up and ready for your ears! What titles made it through the first and second rounds of debate and voting? What titles were…
After Canada Reads Part 2 - The Conclusion
Here’s Part 2 and the exciting conclusion of After Canada Reads! Tania’s Liesl from Fifth Business and Rianne’s Nao from A Tale For The Time Being were eliminated in Part 1. Who will be the…
More than 60 minutes: Chris Falconer talks about the healing, community-building power of yoga with Katie Jolicoeur on Open Up and Om; on The Tear Down, Caleb Caswell talks about podcasting about music with Jeff MacCallum of Cups N Cakes; and on the Highlevel Showdown, Elliott and Michael bid an unfond farewell to Kevin O’Leary.
Open Up and Om - #7 - Katie Jolicoeur. Building Community
Just like that, a gorgeous Saturday is in the books. I’m feeling so grateful that this beautiful day was made even better by Katie Jolicoeur, who came over to chat on the podcast. Somehow…
Making a Music Podcast about Edmonton?
Making a Music Podcast about Edmonton?
Featuring Jeff MacCallum of Cups N Cakes
Episode #82 - Later O`Leary
Elliott begins Episode 82 by harshly criticizing MP Kerry Diotte for his comments on safe injection sites in Edmonton. Later, the race to lead the federal Conservatives; Kevin O’Leary…
More than 60 minutes: What It Is talks about documentaries with Fawnda Mithrush (notice a pattern here?) and learns about Bonnie and Clyde; Bollywood is for Lovers talks about an Indian superhero franchise with Brandon Schatz of Variant Edition; and Trash, Art, and the Movies compares two movies about boys in touch with the paranormal.
Ep 127: Docs and Robbers
Guests: Fawnda Mithrush and Trevor Schmidt, Matthew Lindholm & Amanda Neufeld With Brian Bergum & Ainsley Hillyard Hosted by Taylor Chadwick Creative Commons Music from Josh Woodward…
Episode 40 - A Little Bit of That Jadoo Magic, Krrish with...
Free Comic Book Day, May 6th, is around the corner so we invited Variant Edition co-owner and podcast savant Brandon Schatz on to discuss Bollywood’s leading superhero franchise, Krrish.
Trash, Art, And The Movies : TAATM #223: The Devil`s Backbone...
Erin and Paul review two films about young boys who uncover misdeeds of the past thanks to their ability to communicate with ghosts: Guillermo Del Toro’s 2001 gothic horror film THE DEVIL’S…
That’s what I could get to, and a lot of these have published episodes since, plus there’s a bunch I didn’t have time to listen to. What I’m saying is that this is just a tiny sample of what is available. You can find much more in previous roundups, on the Northern Content Network, on Guerrilla Radio and on the Edmonton Nerd List‘s podcasts and streams page.
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I wrote a little bit more about the Alberta Podcast Network on my blog. If you want to learn even more, come to the Edmonton Podcasting Meetup on May 28 at 1 p.m. at Variant Edition.
The Alberta Podcast Network is born!
The Alberta Podcast Network is happening. I made the announcement on May 6 at PodSummit, and that means it’s real. I have so much to tell you. But first, let’s look at how we got here. Seen…
Let`s talk about the Alberta Podcast Network
Save the date and watch for more details. We’ll be talking about the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB. I announced the creation of the network at PodSummit in Calgary on May 6. This…

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