Eyeopener podcast for Thursday August 2108/21/14
On today's podcast: a terrorism expert on the threat posed by ISIS; Paul Karchut's Outdoor Report - Shadow Lake; Friends of Michener member Lee Kevrin says the group is worried about the effect of transitioning on patients.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Today's podcast: Allegations of abuse at the Calgary Remand Centre; Unconventionals on backyard chickens; looking at the ALS ice bucket challenge and whether it's actually working.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014 - Calgary Eyeopener Podcast
Today's podcast: Looking at commercial medical marijuana in Airdrie; Dr. Raj Bhardwaj discusses valley fever; and we introduce our next Do Crew project for Wood's Homes.
Monday, August 18, 2014 - Calgary Eyeopener Podcast
Today's podcast: Why Taber wants to restrict medical marijuana growers; could the three-wheeled car be the future of driving; and why some Alberta cattle ranchers are adding goats to their herd.
Friday August 15, 2014
On the podcast: Jeff Weshler of Uber speaks about some issues related to the taxi app; vintage car collector Ray Fowler talks about a trip in a 1914 Buick McLaughlin he's planning, Steve Scroeder on the Calgary International Film Festival.
Thursday August 14, 2014
On today's podcast: Deborah Moshenko talks about the closing of the Saddlebrook temporary housing community; Bob McPhee, CEO of Calgary Opera, on this year's Opera in the Village; Paul Karchut tells us about heading up to Eiffel Lake.
Wednesday August 13, 2014
On today's podcast: Canmore district wildlife officer Mark Hoskin on hikers ignoring closed trail signs; Lakeview Community Association president Allie Tulick explains why they don't want a McDonald's; the Unconventional Panel discusses expense...
Tuesday August 12, 2014
On today's podcast: Coun. Ray Jones on buying alcohol with expense accounts; Dr. Raj Bhardwaj speaks about prescribing medical marijuana; owner of Crazyweed Jan Hrabec talks about the housing shortage in Canmore.
Monday August 11, 2014
On today's podcast: Seismologist Honn Kao on Alberta earthquakes; Wildlife photographer Jason Bantle tells us about "Bear 64"; Okotoks firefighter Chris Cederstrand speaks to us about losing his leg and a new high-tech prosthetic.
Friday August 8, 2014
On today's podcast: Jim McCormick, president of the Alberta PCs, responds to the auditor general's report; Pol Ngeth speaks about surviving the Khmer Rouge regime; a man from Crossfield who is building a giant killer robot.
Thursday August 7, 2014
On today's podcast: Tom Flanagan on why he feels the scrutiny of Alison Redford has turned into a "witch hunt"; Professor Stewart Rood on less aggressive oil spill clean ups; Tracy Bantleman, the wife of a former Calgary teacher accused of sexual...
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
Today's podcast: Paul McLoughlin joins us to discuss Alison Redford's resignation from Alberta politics; how the province is using dogs to fight invasive species; two stars of a new hip-hop improv show at the Calgary Fringe.
August 5, 2014
Starman Don Hladiuk stops by, we find out about the fundraising efforts for the Bow Valley's "Crazy Larry", and why animal advocates are concerned about the way beavers are treated in Calgary.
Alberta Morning podcast for Heritage Day
This is the Alberta Morning podcast for August 4th, 2014 - featuring interviews with Canadian country band the Stellas, a University of Alberta owl researcher, and the writer of a new play about legendary cowboy John Ware.
Friday August 1, 2014
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.
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