It’s a madhouse, I tell you! Up is round, greatest is latest and CJTR is producing awesome podcasts every week. Wait, did  I say it was a madhouse? It’s the podcast round-up.

Arts Wave (May 3)

Jeanne Alexander talks with artists, authors, performers and makers. Jeanne interviews Jennifer Matotek, Director of the Dunlop Gallery.

Bonus Round (April 26)

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

Game Day (May 8)

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

Gender Talk (May 5)

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

Just Drawn That Way (May 4)

Dustin B turns the hands on the Infinity Watch as he discusses comic news and looks at the state of comics today.

Knight Views (May 3)

Hosts Sherry Knight (disclaimer: not an actual knight) and Jim Aho discuss all aspects of business and employment. On this episode, Jerred Huber from Postcard Portables talks about building a business from scratch.

Listen Up (May 2)

Current, human and public affairs interviews with your host Dave Morgan. In this episode, Dave talks with Louise Simard Q.C. about health accords, health reform and epigenetics. In the second half, Dave Nelson and Rebecca Rackow from the Canadian Mental Health Association come in to talk about CMHA programs and services during Mental Health Awareness Week.

Of Dice and Men (May 7)

Go directly to board game talk. Do not pass Chad and Ryan. This episode’s featured game: Anachrony.

Queen City Improvement Bureau (May 4)

“Let’s improve things!” someone said in the darkness, and lo, the Queen City Improvement Bureau was authorized. Hosts Paul and Aidan talk to Sheri Florizone about the upcoming Cathedral Village Arts Festival. And then! Kenton de Jong comes on to discuss the history of the recently on-fire GM building.

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 (May 2)

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, Damon Johnson talks about heritage farming.

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.

Prairie Naturalist (May 4)

Jared Clarke talks about nature on the prairies. On this episode, Adam Matichuk from the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation and Chet Neufeld from the Native Plant Society talk about spawn camp and the Master Naturalist Program, respectively. Meanwhile, the Mountain Unnaturalist cloaks himself in a blanket of shining viscose and builds his plans against the Prairie Naturalist.

Toast and Coffee (May 8)

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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