The Podcast

Interviews with makers, creatives, and friends. Also, strange quizzes about 80s actors.

Talking Multiple Sclerosis


Alison Hagan of the MS Society shared her journey on this episode. Conversation about the importance of farm communities, the history of cutting and pasting, the state of journalism, cycling culture and much more. We also ask the question, “what is progress?”

Thanks to Alison Hagan for spending her evening with us and thanks to you for listening. Please check out the MS Society in Canada or the US and see how you can help. To talk to us, head over to Facebook, Twitter or Patreon.

The Lock ’em Sock ’em Cinematic Universe


The second half of our chat with Jeff Samsonow is all about his indie media production adventures. We learn about the company started by he and Sally Poulsen, The Edmontonian Media Co. Some of the things discussed: Comedy that punches up, other talented Edmontonians, and advertising in this digital age.

Thanks so much for listening. Really grateful that Jeff Samsonow took time to drop in at Chris’ place to do the podcast. Be sure to check out Edmonton Quotient and The Underdogs of Comedy. Questions, comments? Hit us on Twitter, Facebook or Patreon. We’d love to hear from you.



This episode is an interview with the talented Jeff Samsonow, who wears a number of hats. He’s been a journalist, producer, writer, product strategist, content director and more. Thus, we gave him the title, Media Mogul. Jeff shares his stories about his radio days, the importance of Universal design and rock shows in basement scooter shops. We also learn about Jeff’s latest journalistic adventure and comedy productions.

Thanks for listening, you’ve just earned 32,018 MSauce points with which you can use to purchase our collection of sound effects for film editing called Mouth Foley 2: Atrocious Boogaloo. A very special thanks to Jeff Samsonow for coming to a stranger’s home to be recorded in front of a live internet audience. Be sure to bookmark The Edmontonian Media Co. or follow him on Twitter to keep up with his latest work.

Sauce Packet: Impressions only a Mother could Love


In university, Paul had a reputation for fun voices. In his head, Chris also believed he could do imitations. On this episode the truth is exposed as they briefly examine the art of impression.

That’s all folks. A Sauce Packet of voices. Show us up on Twitter, Facebook and Patreon with your impressions. We’d love to hear them. Thanks for listening.

Taco Skate Co. vs. Sting's Pan Flutes


Another hour with Adriean Koleric on street art, collage, podcasting from a VW and being a Detroit Pistons fan in Western Canada. You can find the first part here.

Adriean can be found on Twitter, Facebook and his site or over at the new Taco Skate Co. Thanks for listening! Peep our FB page, Twitter, or Patreon. Later, yo.