Friday October 24, 201410/24/14
On today's podcast: Listen to our entire show from the Cornerstone Music Cafe in the southeast including Calgary councillors Peter Demong, Shane Keating and Gian Carlo-Carra as well as Police Chief Rick Hanson.
Thursday October 23, 2014
On today's podcast: Alberta Senator Doug Black speaks about the shooting in Ottawa; Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vicker's brother; Brian Imeson, chair of the Inglewood BRZ, reacts to being named one of the top five neighbourhoods in Canada.
Wednesday October 22, 2014
On today's podcast: Rob Huebert talks about six fighter jets deployed to Kuwait; Nanton mayor Rick Everett tells us about the problems with their sewage treatment plant; Calgary model Lisa Kauffman remembers fashion legend Oscar de la Renta.
Tuesday October 21, 2014
On today's podcast: why the Calgary Public Library is planning to get rid of thousands of books; New Brunswick energy minister Don Asrenault talks about the Energy East Pipeline; Shannon Szabados talks about getting signed to a men's hockey team.
Eyeopener Podcast for October 20, 2014
On today's podcast: a conversation with Rachel Notely; a possible solution to elk population in southeastern Alberta; teaching mindfulness at school.
Eyeopener Podcast for October 17, 2014
Today's podcast: Manning Foundation criticizes Calgary's bike lane strategy; what low oil prices could mean for the Alberta economy; we meet Calgary's top cruciverbalist; and we talk to George Canyon about his new gig with the Calgary Flames.
Thursday October 16, 2014
On today's podcast: CEO of Enmax Gianna Manes talks about restoring the power to downtown Calgary; CBC's Adrienne Arsenault speaks about her experience with Ebola in Liberia; Francois Therrien discusses what scientists think dinosaurs sounded like.
Wednesday October 15, 2014
On today's podcast: Dr. Paul Parks talks about new continuing care spaces; John Robert tells about rescuing fish from tanks and ponds in the power outage zone; the Unconventional Panel discusses loud restaurants.
Tuesday October 14, 2014
On today's podcast: Mayor Naheed Nenshi joins us to talk about the efforts to restore power in Calgary; CBC's Carla Beynon reports on the city's new plans for dealing with beavers; Calgary couple Dalene and Pete Heck on being named Travellers of the...
CEO podcast for Friday October 10
On today's podcast: Ebola screening at Canadian airports; teachers for new schools; Post-It day in Airdrie.
Eyeopener Podcast for October 9, 2014
Today's podcast: Education minister Gordon Dirks; former Calgary businessman wanted on fraud charges; trying to track down a missing wallaby; the future of St. Patrick's Island.
Wednesday October 8, 2014
On today's podcast: Mayor Naheed Nenshi on developing a city charter; how Calgary compares to other cities in world records; Heather Liscano on being the Flames anthem singer for 16 years; Martin Zuidhof explains why chickens are now four times bigger.
Tuesday October 7, 2014
On today's podcast: Shane Phelan of the Irish Independant discusses a woman caught lying about being a victim of sexual abuse; Karen Moxley speaks to people about public water fountains; 88 year-old skier Eddie Hunter.
Monday October 6, 2014
On today's podcast: Journalism professor Sean Holman talks about Postmedia's deal to buy Sun Media newspapers; George Johnson, sport columnist with the Calgary Herald, joins us with a Calgary Flames preview; wildlife zoologist Ken Cheek on raccoons.
Friday October 3, 2014
On today's podcast: Gary Mar tells us about the protests happening outside his door in Hong Kong; U of C's Michael Moore talks about an investigation into Plains Midstream Canada; bodybuilder Cabel McElderry talks about the culture around steroid use.
Thursday October 2, 2014
On today's podcast: Dr. Judy MacDonald talks about a mystery illness that's causing paralysis; Angela Rooke with Calgary Quest School on problems they've had with Access Calgary; local Imam Umair Khan tells us about a play about Muhammad.
Wednesday October 1, 2014
On today's podcast: David Dorward talks about hundreds of families still living in temporary housing; Edmonton Coun. Michael Oshry discusses the "City of Champions" slogan; Chestermere Mayor Patricia Matthews talks applying for city status.
Eyeopener Podcast for September 26, 2014
Deciding on a demonym for Lethbridge residents; safety on the C-Train line; a replica of a "cursed" painting comes to the Glenbow.
Eyeopener Podcast for September 24, 2014
Today's podcast: Unconventionals talk feminism; why one allergist thinks that schools need to rethink how they deal with food allergies; we talk to the younger brother of Terry Fox.
Eyeopener Podcast for September 23, 2014
Today's podcast: Alberta and Montana First Nations sign historic cross-border agreement; new education minister Gordon Dirks on new school construction; why an Edmonton man wants to build a monument to a fictional superhero.
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