THE ROUND-UP: CJTR’S LATEST AND GREATEST PODCAST APRIL 25-MAY 1

Nothing says “latest and greatest” quite like someone standing next to you repeating the words “latest and greatest” until the words start to lose their meaning. But if that person were to develop laryngitis or take a vow of silence or just pick up their messenger bag and head off somewhere, nothing would say “latest and greatest” quite like the weekly round-up of CJTR podcasts.

Arts Wave (April 26)

Jeanne Alexander talks with artists, authors, performers and makers.

Bonus Round (April 26)

PS3, Wii, XBOX 360. News, reviews and opinions for your video game needs.

Game Day (May 1)

Sports roundtable discussion show with lots of Rider talk, CFL, NFL, NHL, WHL and local sports.

Gender Talk (April 28)

Host Stephanie Cox brings you information and news for the gender-diverse community in Saskatchewan.

Just Drawn That Way (April 27)

For the second week in a row, the Queen City Sequential Art Department take over hosting duties from the inimitable Dustin B. Under discussion: the many faces of the Scarlet Spider; Euro-comics; and a guest appearance from Dunlop Gallery curator Jennifer Matotek.

Knight Views (April 26)

Who views the entrepreneurs on the walls of world commerce? Sherry Knight and Jim Aho discuss all aspects of business and employment. In this episode, Sherry and Jim talk business with Kelly Cairns from the Artful Dodger.

Listen Up (April 18)

Current, human and public affairs interviews with your host Dave Morgan. In the first half, Dave talks with Karen L Smith, CEO of Better Business Bureau of Saskatchewan. In the second half, Dave explores issues surrounding multiple sclerosis with Erin McLellan,  Community Engagement Coordinator, Southern Saskatchewan, MS Society of Canada, and  Dennis Patterson, Vice Chair, MS Society of Canada, Saskatchewan Division.

Of Dice and Men (April 23)

Welcome to your board game show! Hosts discuss “technology-assisted board games”. The featured game is Mage Knight.

Queen City Improvement Bureau (April 27)

“Nothing there is that cannot be improved,” proclaims the sign above the basement door that leads down to the musty warrens of the Queen City Improvement Bureau. Dunlop Gallery director Jennifer Matotek stops by to talk about current and upcoming exhibitions.

Radio Kids/Radioactive (March 26)

Radio Kids is a show powered by the ideas, musings, and imaginations of  kids, for kids and by kids.  It’s where you might first hear Regina’s next rising star performing, or find out about an interesting book or song, or travel through an audio documentary that you’ve always wondered about.

Rear-view Mirror (April 18)

Rear-view Mirror provides Regina and area residents with a greater understanding and appreciation for some of Regina’s rich history and notable people. Hosted by Amanda G. In this episode, Amanda talks to filmmaker Janine Windolph about the Regina Indian Industrial School.

Sour Hour (April 19)

Welcome to the Sour Hour, a monthly program showcasing women and feminine-identified artists from a wide variety of disciplines. Co-hosts Jaye Kovatch, Shayna Stock and Cat Abenstein juggle music, poetry and conversation.

The Prairie Naturalist (April 27)

Jared Clarke, the Prairie Naturalist, discusses the role of nature on the plains. The Prairie Naturalist is made of 100% local organic ingredients.

Toast and Coffee (May 1)

Host Jeanne Alexander covers local Regina events and information on non-profit agencies, charities and various other people and groups who add to the social fabric of our great city.

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