Edmonton podcast roundup: June 9, 2017

June 9 podcast roundup

These past few weeks have seen the debut of several fascinating local podcasts, so let’s start this roundup by introducing you to those, and then we’ll see what else I can draw your attention to.
Scott and Amy Fralick tell the story of their decision to have another baby in 40 and Knocked Up! This is one you’re going to want to listen to in order, so here are the first three episodes:
Ch 1 - The Journey Begins
Ch 1 – The Journey Begins
Older pregnancies are different. This podcast is about the challenges and triumphs of having a child later in life. Amy is your host. Husband Scott hangs around for the ride.
Ch 2 Looking For Info &...
Ch 2 Looking For Info & Inspiration
We stood staring at the shelves in the bookstore, desperately looking for any book on being pregnant in your 40’s. There was none. At first we wondered why no one was writing about it. Then…
Ch 3 - Living with Loss
Ch 3 – Living with Loss
We’re pregnant Then Not Miscarriage on Amy’s 40th birthday Mourning and celebrating at the same time. But hope…
Other exciting debuts: Agnes DeMarco and Sandra Sperounes kick off Agnes + Sandra’s Three Way with an interview with St. Albert photographer Mark Pesklewis; Tim Querengesser launches Walkcast, where he walks and talks with people who care about walking (in this episode, researcher Kurt Borth and hotelier Prem Singhmar); and Meredith Bratland talks to Australian Amy Dillon about adjusting to Edmonton on Episode 1 of Migration Patterns.
Mark Pesklewis by Agnes + Sandra`s Three-Way
Every Saturday, St. Albert photographer Mark Pesklewis will be hosting Art on the Corner in his gallery/home at 10 Sturgeon Road — steps away from the Farmers’ Market. Local artists and…
Walkcast: A podcast about walking in cities
My first podcast is a walkcast – as in, I go for a walk and talk with people who care about walking. In this episode: Researcher Kurt Borth discusses location efficiency and why it needs to…
Episode 1: Amy Dillon, Australia - Melbourne
For the first episode of season 1, I speak with Amy Dillon, an Australian living in Edmonton. She moved from Melbourne to a small, rural Alberta town for love about 4 years ago. Although…
OK, on with our regularly scheduled programming. Here are some episodes I listened to, arranged in order of length:

Less than 15 minutes: On the Capital City Records Podcast, Rebecca and Ryan of F&M recommend Concealer’s “Place to Hide,” and Kat Danser salutes Mad Bomber Society’s “You Can’t Dance”; and the Eskimo Empire Podcast catches up with Esks GM Brock Sunderland at Fan Day.

Capital City Records Podcast: CCR Podcast | Concealer
This week’s podcast features the baroque-pop duo F&M. Rebecca and Ryan Anderson, who together have chosen the song “Place to Hide” by Concealer. Concealer combines musical traditions to…
Capital City Records Podcast: CCR Podcast | Mad Bomber Society...
This week’s podcast features a group that has been saving ska since ’97. Ethnomusicology doctorate candidate, Kathleen Danser talks about how ska has been part of her most recent life…
Eskimo Empire Podcast: Fan Day Bonus - GM Brock Sunderland
Recorded LIVE at Esks Fan Day 2017. The boys were able to talk to GM Brock Sunderland and Tony Washington! What music does Brock like? It will shock you and he may win for most heartwarming…
15 to 30 minutes: Chris Chang-Yen Phillips goes digging for dinosaurs in south Edmonton on Let’s Find Out; and Sarah Hoyles explores the fraught relationship between dogs and posties on Pet Sounds.
Episode 10: The Dinosaurs at Danek
What are paleontologists digging up at Edmonton’s Danek Bonebed? We head down into the ravine to answer that question and a whole lot more questions about dinosaurs from Edmonton kids. The…
Episode 26 / Posties Don`t Wanna be Pals with Your Dog
Letter carriers, Natasha and Matt, share the challenges pets create on their mail deliver routes. The often aggressive behaviour towards posties is no fluke – dog trainer Christina explains…
15 to 30 minutes: What It Is previews Nextfest (which wraps up this weekend!); Kerry and Karina of The Business Code Podcast talk to Tema Frank about how to make workplaces good for women; and on Modern Manhood, German Villegas talks to mental health worker Jessica Craig about helping isolated men.
BONUS! nxtfstPodcast - Welcome to Nextfest!
Guests: Ellen Chorley & Maggie Baird Hosted by Taylor Chadwick What It Is Podcast Theme performed by White Lightning Contains Some Coarse Language It’s a bonus ep from What It Is – during…
The Business Code Podcast
The company traits of ‘best employers’ for women Experiences of inequality in the workplace Subtle success factors for women Tips for advancing your career With over three decades of…
Information Session 2: Men`s Mental Health with Jessica Craig
For today’s episode, I wanted to speak directly about men’s mental health and how men have problems getting the help they need either through the system that creates barriers or the society…
The Well-Endowed Podcast tells four stories about Edmonton happenings, including a moving tribute to Gail Hall and an interview with me about the Alberta Podcast Network; then I turned the microphone on Andrew Paul of Well-Endowed on the Seen and Heard in Edmonton podcast.
Episode 9 - Big Hearts, Open Minds - The Well Endowed Podcast
On this month’s episode, we sit down with Jon Hall to remember his wife, Gail Hall, and her dedication to uplifting Edmonton’s community. Jas Pandher reveals everything you’ve ever wanted…
Episode 67: Andrew Paul
Meet Andrew Paul, who uses his journalistic chops to tell stories about philanthropy and good works in Edmonton as part of the team that produces The Well-Endowed Podcast. Andrew came up…
30 to 45 minutes: On A Podcast Named Scooby-Doo!, Mike Jozic talks about Scooby storytelling with story editor Jon Colton Barry; on The Press Gallery, the Journal political gang discusses Alberta’s squabbles with B.C. over pipelines; and on Start the Music, Kat talks to Chris Cote of Kut-U-Up and the film Riding in Vans with Boys.
A Podcast Named Scooby-Doo!: Episode 07: Interview with Jon...
APNSD! is back again with another brand-new episode, this time featuring the first part of our long-awaited exclusive interview with Be Cool Scooby-Doo! Story Editor, Jon Colton Barry. In…
Press Gallery #184: The Oil Be Back edition
Another week in Alberta politics and another squabble about pipelines. This week, as British Columbia tries to sort out who’s going to run the province, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley…
Start the Music! 007 - Chris Cote
This episode we’re going to bring some Southern California to your ears as I interview singer & bassist of the band Kut-U-Up on his way to grab some waves. Fun fact: This is the first int…
45 to 60 minutes: On The Broadcast, hear Reakash Walters and Coun. Andrew Knack discuss how male politicians can be feminists; on That’s So Maven, Andrea Beça interviews makeup entrepreneur Gaylynne Fell; and on True North Strange and Weird, Kim and Patee dig into the murderous history of London, Ont.
"I need to shut up & start listening": a male feminist approach?
Male feminists in politics. How does a man best support women in politics? How can men help propel the feminist movement forward by learning when to step back? Edmonton City Councillor…
Episode 47: Gaylynne Fell
This week, I sat down with Gaylynne Fell, makeup artist, special effects makeup expert, creator of her own line of makeup, and owner of The Makeup Art Space in Edmonton. What a list! Listen…
Canadian Horror Story Part 1 S01E14
We need to talk about London. Ontario, that is. Between the years of 1959 and 1985 London Ontario saw the highest number of serial murders per capita in Canada, and possibly even in the…
45 to 60 minutes: The Movie Jerks make guest Holden Daniels watch a movie the critics loved but the box office hated; Adam Rozenhart of The Expats shares his discussion about podcast quality from LunchPods during NorthwestFest; and Taylor Chadwick of What It Is shares his LunchPods chat about passion podcasts with Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky.
Episode 341 - Mystery Movie - Critically Acclaimed bomb
Holden Daniels is back on the show, this time taking the on the Mystery Movie Challenge. He chose
Episode 41: The Expats at Northwest Fest
A few weeks ago, host Adam Rozenhart led a panel discussion about technology in podcasting. We were given the audio recording of that session, which also included Samantha Power and Lauren…
BONUS! Podcasting Your Passion - North West Fest LunchPod
Recorded May 8 2017 @ The Needle Vinyl Tavern Curated by Fawnda Mithrush of North West Fest 2017 Panelists: Taylor Chadwick, Erika Ensign, Steven Schapansky Recorded by Castria Presented as…
More than 60: The fellas at Four Color Book Club introduce the origin story of Catwoman; on The Teardown, Caleb Caswell has a wide-ranging discussion about music and sexism with jazz trombonist Audrey Ochoa; and on The Featherstone, hear Brian Hollett write songs before your very ears (and he’ll make one for you, if you want).
Episode 12: Coining the Word "Comicization" (Catwoman: Selina`s...
This week we try to decipher incomprehensible catchphrases, rank levels of emotional constipation, and lament Batman’s choice of phrase when it comes to dealing with the ladies. Oh, and…
Episode 14
Episode 14
No Chick Players Allowed featuring jazz trombonist Audrey Ochoa
The Featherstone : Episode 020
TODAY IS June 6, 2017, and this is The Featherstone episode 20. It is a fucking fantastic day here in rural alberta, and I have an awesome show for you today. Today is the return of Brian…
More than 60: Sharon Mvundura joins Elliot Tanti and Michael Vecchio on Highlevel Showdown to talk politics; on For Kicks, Jessica and Katie catch up on the NWSL season and answer listener mail; and on the Northern Nerdcast, Dan and Chelsea chat with Almost Infinite blogger Graham MacFarlane about games and philosophy.
Trash, Art, And The Movies : TAATM #226: Rififi vs. Hudson Hawk
We welcome Sharon Mvundura on Episode #87, who will be joining us as a guest host in other future episodes. On this jam-packed discussion, we look at Canada’s foreign policy and a “new…
For Kicks Podcast, Episode 26: NWSL catchup and listener...
The 2017 NWSL season is firing on all cylinders and we’ve barely had a chance to talk about it so far. That all changes in our most recent episode. In this episode, we discuss: CANWNT news…
Nerdcast ep.76 Almost Infinite
This week Dan and Chelsea are joined by local Blogger Graham from Almost Infinite. Almost infinite is a blog about Dungeons and Dragons and gaming in general. For more information on Almost…
That’s what I’ve had time for since last we spoke. Find more in previous podcast roundups. If you’d like to meet some of these podcasters and many others in real life, come to the Edmonton Podcasting Meetup! The next one is June 17 at Variant Edition, when we’ll be talking to Michael Short of Let’s Go Outdoors about how to make a living in new media.
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Let`s talk about making a living in new media
If you’re interested in making your own job in media, it’s important to know what you’re getting into. We’re going to talk to Michael Short about his journey from working in traditional…
Also, as I build out the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB, I’m trying to pay more attention to podcasts emanating from the rest of Alberta. Still working on what that looks like, but stay tuned.

Taproot Live: What`s your urban planning wish for Edmonton? -...
Big hopes, pipe dreams, and wishful thinking. What’s your urban planning wish list for Edmonton? Please join us on June 21 for Taproot Edmonton’s very first event! We’ve invited two members…
This week’s Seen and Heard in Edmonton is brought to you by Taproot Edmonton, a source of curiosity-driven stories about the city, cultivated by the community.

Join us on June 21 at the Sugar Swing Ballroom for Taproot Live: What’s your urban planning wish? This is Taproot’s first live event, and it promises to be a good time. We’ll be talking about turning the top of the High Level Bridge into a Highline-like park, and nature-bombing a main street like Jasper Avenue.

Tickets are $15, or $10 for members. Get your tickets today.

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