Friday August 1, 201408/01/14
On today's podcast: Calgary lawyer Adriano Iovinelli talks about so-called "Mr. Big" undercover operations; Andrew Groeneveldt tells the story of discovering a human skull in his garage; Patrick Tatera tells us about a beer concentrate he has...
Thursday July 31, 2014
On today's podcast: David Poch of the Green Energy Coalition on incentivising off-peak power use; Mike Deising of the Alberta Electrical System Operator speaks about two power plants that went offline this week; Paul McLoughlin on government planes.
Tuesday July 29, 2014
On today's podcast: The man who pointed out an error on the new $10 bill; Calgary's Anya Sass talks about the difficulties she has faced coming back to Canada with her Syrian husband; Inspector Ken Thrower on street racing in Calgary.
Eyeopener Podcast for July 28, 2014
Today's podcast: Parking debate in Banff; aunt of murdered teenager Colton Crowshoe speaks out; summer reading picks from the Calgary Public Library.
Friday July 25, 2014
On today's podcast: Coun. Gian-Carlo Carra speaks about renovating Calgary's City Hall; why Fridays in August are the favourite time of burglars; Todd Wilson tells us about a garlic spray they have been using to ward off mosquitoes in Leduc.
Thursday July 24, 2014
On today's podcast: Gordon Peterson discusses the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan; Alanna Pettigrew tells us about her group, Banff Residents against Paid Parking; Karen Moxley talks to a father and son who are restoring an old car together.
Wednesday July 23, 2014
On today's podcast: Val Fortney tells us about Matthew de Grood's appearance in court; Phil Langill talks about a meteor seen in Calgary recently; Jack Scott, former Democratic state senator in California, on foil balloons interacting with power lines.
Tuesday July 22, 2014
On today's podcast: Lauren Webber on her letter writing campaign for her friend accused of sexual assault; Chris Boudreau, mother of Damian Clairmont, speaks about an open letter she received; The Eyeopener's Danielle Nerman on good beavers.
Monday July 21, 2014
On today's podcast: Shannon Prithipaul on Douglas Garland's arrest and the ethics of the "perp walk"; Anne Kingston, senior writer with Maclean's Magazine, talks about Generation Z; Gardening expert Kath Smyth stops by to share some summer gardening...
Friday July 18, 2014
On today's podcast: Geoffrey Driscoll shares the latest on the wildfires in Alberta and B.C.; Leia Minaker talks about her report on young people using flavoured tobacco; Josh Wingrove discusses the 31 charges laid against Senator Mike Duffy.
Thursday July 17, 2014
On today's podcast: Wildrose MLA RobAnderson on the party's licence plate design competition; The Eyeopener's Paul Karchut tells us about trying the new via ferrata; Marketing expert and consultant Brynn Winegard discusses J.Crew's new triple zero...
Eyeopener Podcast for July 16, 2014
Today's podcast: An Airdrie mother helps organize a civilian search party looking for the remains of Nathan O'Brien and his grandparents; new Hockey Canada CEO Tom Renney; and why a 1-acre apple orchard could soon be built in the East Village.
Tuesday July 15, 2014
On today's podcast: Michael Osborneon the increasing use of renewable energy in Texas; the CBC's Meghan Grant joins us with the latest information on Douglas Garland; Dr. Raj Bhardwaj on a study linking cosmetic botox use with lower levels of...
Monday July 14, 2014
On today's podcast: Coun. Richard Pootman on West LRT public art; Calgary ultra-marathon runner Adam Campbell shares the story of being struck by lightning during an ultra marathon; Karen Moxley speaks to a man with no arms or legs who started driving.
Friday July 11, 2014
On the podcast: The CBC's Meghan Grant with the latest on the missing Calgary family; Brandon Webber on his petition for the new licence plate design; Wayne Gerdes, owner of cleanmpg.com, shares his secrets for fuel efficient driving.
Thursday July 10, 2014
On today's podcast: MP for Calgary East Deepak Obhrai discusses airport noise; Catherine Latimer joins us to talk about prison segregation; Bitcoin Brains co-founder Dave Bradley on an ATM for bitcoins; CBC's Karen Moxley talks to Stampede servers.
Eyeopener Podcast for July 9, 2014
Today's podcast: Doug Griffiths on licence plate changes in Alberta; our Big Idea series looks at using tomato byproducts in new cars; and we find out why the downtown Bay building is getting a wine bar.
Eyeopener Podcast for July 8, 2014
Today's podcast: New plans for the redevelopment of Elbow Park School; Paul Karchut challenges a listener to a Stampede midway "ride-off"; Julie Van Rosendaal mashes up Brazilian and German breakfast food.
Eyeopener Podcast for July 7, 2014
Today's podcast: Urban chickens in Red Deer; Duane Bratt on the ATCO-AltaLink feud; Parkhill community deals with mysterious disappearance of neighbourhood family.
Friday July 4, 2014
On today's podcast: AGLC's Bill Robinson on earlier bar hours; River scientist Stewart Rood on why flooding can be good; Ian Tootill on increasing the speed limit on some BC highways; Stampede volunteer Rod McLeod explains horse poop bingo.
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