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As we march on through Mental Health Month, we're gathering tips for keeping the mind in check. One of our fave ways to get happy is to get the heck outside, and with some much-needed rain this past week, it's looking like the long weekend will finally usher in the "green" in Alberta's green spaces. (Not to forget all the orange and red we're seeing out there — we hear there's some sort of battle happening?) 

This May long is looking to be one for the record books, with clear skies and many a grateful gardener readying the yard for planting season. With that, the APN team has got a playlist of all-new episodes for your nature-loving adventures. Soak up some rays, and let good vibes in. 

This week's playlist is ready for your listening pleasure. For full details on the latest episodes, check out the roundup on the APN blog
Vitamin D on tap

Podcast news

  • Taproot's Podcast Pick this week is APN's own EPIC Podcast, which just wrapped up their annual multi-episode blitz for Emergency Preparedness Week.
  • Griffin Cork's doc about his grandma, OMA, took home the Audience Award for Best Alberta Film at this year's NorthwestFest. Congrats Griff and Oma! 
  • We're flashing back to a couple of bonus episodes recorded live last month at the Calgary Expo: Karen and Griffin sat down with filmmaker, author, and Expo Expert Spencer Estabrooks on The Breakfast Dish, while Lucia invited APN's Program Director Fawnda up to the mic to re-jig Tank Girl on Repodcasting
  • The team from Glass Bookshop Radio celebrated the launch of Glass House Press this week; the indie imprint aims to support queer and racialized authors and poets with bespoke chapbooks and fair compensation. 
  • The Colour Gap returns from hiatus with special guest Moji Taiwo, creator and host of The Immigrant Experience Show, to discuss finding her voice in Canada and ways to honour the immigrant experience.
  • The next Maker’s Meet Up with Lisa Pruden of The Well Endowed Podcast will be on May 28. This month they'll reflect on how podcasts can build relationship and community. They're exploring preferences for in-person or Zoom meetings — you can offer your feedback by sending a note to 
  • The timely theme for this month's Podcast Brunch Club is Well-Being; you can sign up for updates from the Calgary chapter, hosted by Kyle Marshall of Putting it Together and Kyle and Dave vs The Machine. The Edmonton chapter is also currently seeking a new host — if you'd like info, get in touch with us at
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