Niagara Podcasts – Something for everyone

Niagara has thousands of stories to tell. Some of those can be covered by local media. The rest seemingly get lost in the hustle and bustle of everyday life. At Niagara Podcast Network, we tell stories about things we love that you won't hear anywhere else. We hope you love them, too.

  • Mostly-daily updates on Drupal releases, community events, and other interesting things that Drupal community members should know about.
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  • The podcast for the indy workforce, Freelance Foundations delves into the personal practices of hosts Trevor Twining and Allison Smith. Topics focus on how to start, manage, and grow your personal freelance practice.
  • What makes a sandwich? Various members of Cowork Niagara ask and answer that question in a show that seems silly and riveting at the same time.
  • The Niagara Podcasters Network exists to help produce, preserve, and promote local storytelling in Niagara. In late March of 2017, the hosts and fans of Niagara Podcasters Network gathered at Mahtay Café in downtown St. Catharines to celebrate local media and ensure we always have our own capacity to share our stories in the Niagara Region. You're listening to LOCAL MEDIA MATTERS: A live podcasting event in support of Niagara Podcasters Network.
  • Medicine for the resistance is a podcast sharing Indigenous Knowledge from the Original Peoples of Turtle Island and the Africans of the Black diaspora. Hosted by Patty Krawec, an Anishnaabekwe with roots in Lac Seul First Nation and feet firmly planted in the Niagara Region, and Kerry Goring, a Black woman whose roots come from Western Africa and the Caribbean with feet planted in Niagara and Toronto. Every day racialized people find ways to push back against the dominant white culture. By telling our stories, our shared histories, the ways in which we hold onto what our ancestors saved for us we seek to provide medicine to those who resist .. making them stronger. The victim narrative is over. The days of hiding and living in secret are over. The resistance is real and it will be beautiful.
  • In the heart of the One Dish with One Spoon Treaty territory Niagarans Sean VanderKlis and Karl Dockstader dish on any and all issues
  • Host Janice Arnoldi explores mental health in its dual natures of illness and health. Discover interviews with local professionals and people who have experienced illnesses, and learn about their ongoing paths to being well.
  • A podcast about boxing from NPN Sports
  • When the spotlight of the microphone goes up in the clouds, the Social Justice League assembles. Listen to various NPN hosts come together to address racism, sexism, and all the isms.
  • The Elephant & the Irishman is a mobile games podcast hosted by two industry veterans who just happen to share an office space. Shane McCafferty is the developer behind Starseed: Origin, Crobble, and a bunch of client work you’d probably love. Jim Squires is the Editor-in-Chief at Gamezebo, a co-founder at Ookpixels, and a freelance PR wiz for the mobile games industry. Find out what they’re playing -- and what they’re talking about -- weekly.
  • The Niagarans with Greg Miller is a conversational series meant to explore people in Niagara who help give our community its unique character.
  • The Practical Feminist features Laura Ip and Ruth Unrau digging into politics, education, leadership, community, and everything in between through a feminist lens and from a practical perspective. A generation between them and waking to their feminism at different points in their lives, everything is up for discussion and critique.
  • Niagara's Newsmagazine. Interviews, panel discussions and in-depth analysis by Niagara, for Niagara.
  • An interview show examining the intersection of Arts and Activism