The Round-Up: CJTR’s Latest And Greatest Podcasts (May 6 – 12, 2018)

It’s time again for the weekly podcast round-up.

Chinese Connection (May 9)

The Chinese Connection: seeking happiness, purpose and peace, one story at a time.

Game Day (May 7)

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

Gender Talk (May 11)

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

Indigenous Vibes (May 11)

Focusing on Indigenous Peoples Positive Perspectives, Elvie Stonechild welcomes various guests onto the show to discuss Indigenous perspectives..

Knight Views (May 9)

Host Sherry Knight has Lonnie MacKenzie of Abco Elevator in to discuss how elevators keep us moving.

Listen Up (May 8)

In the first half of the show, Dave Morgan brings in Mary McFadyen, the Saskatchewan Ombudsman and Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner to discuss the 2018 reports. He then follows it up by welcoming Murray Knoll, Dan Esch and Lucy Mazden to discuss upcoming programs and events for Chip and Dale homes.

Of Dice and Men (May 7)

Chad and Adam discuss solo games and preventing one player from taking over a board game.

Queen City Improvement Bureau (May 10)

In compliance with memo EX10-63, Aiden and Paul are discussing books, Sask books, tattoos and Regina tattoos.

Rear-View Mirror (May 8)

Host Amanda Girardin takes you through the history of Regina. On this weeks episode, Ashley Stone co-hosts to discuss the royal wedding.

Spoiler Alert (May 9)

Geremy, Sonia and Sean are celebrating Mothers day by discussing shows about Mothers.

The Comedy Grind (May 9)

Shawn, Jon and David brings you comedy, current events, observations & rants about everything and nothing.

The Prairie Naturalist (May 10)

Host Jared Clarke brings us up to date on everything happening in Saskatchewan’s natural habitats.

Toast and Coffee (May 7)

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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