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Welcome to Bridging the Gap Between Generations who Assume Things About Each Other, the podcast where your hosts Stephanie Wolfe and Karen Johnson-Diamond speak to people of different generations and breakdown assumptions. (We, as women in our 50s do not actually sit in bed all day knitting, not all 13 year-olds play video games and 40 year-olds don't have to know what they are doing)This week, Stephanie and Karen chat with (almost) 40 year-old Fawnda, The Alberta Podcast Network's own programmer!Self Care!Shakespeare!ALWAYS BE ARRIVING!Here are some things to help this episode make sense:Check out I Don't Get It - Fawnda's podcastCliff Cardinal's As You Like ItLiz Nicholls' 12th Night Theatre Review BlogLouis B. HobsonBridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, Locally grown, community supportedThis episode is sponsored by Inventures and Alberta Blue CrossPodcast Art: Morgan ErmterTheme song: S. Blatt and S. WolfeInstagram: thebroadgapTwitter: @thebroadgapFacebook: Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each OtherEmail us at: thebroadgap@gmail.com  and tell us about someone who is rocking their generation. We want to talk to them!
Welcome to Bridging the Gap Between Generations who Assume Things About Each Other, the podcast where your hosts Stephanie Wolfe and Karen Johnson-Diamond speak to people of different generations and breakdown assumptions. (We, as women in our 50s do not actually sit in bed all day knitting, and not all 13 year-olds play video games)This week, Stephanie and Karen PLAY A GAME!  OK BOOMER!   (here's a link)Here are some links to help this episode make sense:Typewriter balls!The guy that got caught doing a zoom call and accidentally turned himself into a cat 15 kinds of ketchupBridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, Locally grown, community supportedThis episode is sponsored by The Alberta Podcast Network and ATB. Podcast Art: Morgan ErmterTheme song: S. Blatt and S. WolfeInstagram: thebroadgapTwitter: @thebroadgapFacebook: Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each OtherEmail us at: thebroadgap@gmail.com  and tell us about someone who is rocking their generation. We want to talk to them!
Welcome to Bridging the Gap Between Generations who Assume Things About Each Other, the podcast where your hosts Stephanie Wolfe and Karen Johnson-Diamond speak to people of different generations and breakdown assumptions. (We, as women in our 50s do not actually sit in bed all day knitting, and not all 13 year-olds play video games)This week Stephanie and Karen have a short but sweet chat with Twitter personality "Granny".  This ol'gal is full of piss, vinegar and opinions.  Are we making tons of assumptions about the age 98? Yes. Yes we are. But there is fun to be hadFACEBOOK!KEGELS!HUMUS!Things to help this episode make sense: Here's Granny on Twitter! Learn to do your kegels!Weird humus flavors!Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, Locally grown, community supportedThis episode is sponsored by EPSB and Edmonton Community Foundation. Check out our other podcast on the Alberta Podcast Network : SCAMTIMEPodcast Art: Morgan ErmterTheme song: S. Blatt and S. WolfeInstagram: thebroadgapTwitter: @thebroadgapFacebook: Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each OtherEmail us at: thebroadgap@gmail.com  and tell us about someone who is rocking their generation. We want to talk to them!
NOTE:This is our final episode for 2021. We will be back in February with more generational assumptions after our winter break.Welcome to Bridging the Gap Between Generations who Assume Things About Each Other, the podcast where your hosts Stephanie Wolfe and Karen Johnson-Diamond speak to people of different generations and breakdown assumptions. (We, as women in our 50s do not actually sit in bed all day knitting, and not all 13 year-olds play video games)This week, Stephanie and Karen chat with our distant theatre third cousin Brendan Brown, a smart, wise human you will really enjoy. We did! We jump from Star Trek to VHS to Jason Kenney to Croissants! Stephanie does her best Sylvester Stallone impression!Links to help this episode make sense:Those NFB shorts we talked aboutThe Log Driver's WaltzThe Big SnitThe SweaterFacesBlack FlyThe KidsHere is Brendan's Instagram so you can see his really expensive photography hobby pics! WittakerSmithBrownBridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, locally grown, community supported.This episode is sponsored by Edmonton Community Foundation  and The Alberta Podcast NetworkCheck out another member of the Alberta Podcast Network  Kyle and Dave vs The MachinePodcast Art: Morgan ErmterTheme song: S. Blatt and S. WolfeInstagram: thebroadgapTwitter: @thebroadgapFacebook: Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each OtherEmail us at: thebroadgap@gmail.com  and tell us about someone who is rocking their generation. We want to talk to them!
Welcome to Bridging the Gap Between Generations who Assume Things About Each Other, the podcast where your hosts Stephanie Wolfe and Karen Johnson-Diamond speak to people of different generations and breakdown assumptions. (We, as women in our 50s do not actually sit in bed all day knitting, and not all 13 year-olds play video games)This week Karen and Stephanie jingle their way through some favorite TV commercials from their youth.  The First in a series of reminiscing episodes we are calling: Reminepisodes! Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, Locally grown, community supportedThis episode is sponsored by Edmonton Community Foundation and The Alberta Association of Optometrists.Podcast Art: Morgan ErmterTheme song: S. Blatt and S. WolfeInstagram: thebroadgapTwitter: @thebroadgapFacebook: Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each OtherEmail us at: thebroadgap@gmail.com  and tell us about someone who is rocking their generation. We want to talk to them!
Episode Sadie-Age 10

Episode Sadie-Age 10

2021-09-1846:31

On the final episode before the summer break, Karen and Stephanie  revistited our very first guest Thomas, now a year older.  In this weeks episode we treated ourselves to an interview with the glorious giggler, 10 year old Sadie, Thomas's little sister.Highland Dancing! A forty five year gap!  Hufflepuff! STICKING PENS UP OUR NOSES!Things to help  this episode make sense:Heritage Park (with rides)Calaway Park (also with rides)The Scottish Sword DanceAstrological signs. Harry BelafontePodcast Art: Morgan ErmterTheme song: S. Blatt and S. WolfeInstagram: thebroadgapTwitter: @thebroadgapFacebook: Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each OtherEmail us at: thebroadgap@gmail.com  and tell us about someone who is rocking their generation. We want to talk to them!
Earlier this year, Stephanie and Karen had the joy, pleasure, and honor to speak with Bob Stagg who is NINETY FOUR years old. It's our most popular episode and we wanted to experience it again.   If you are revisiting this episode with us, have fun! If you haven't met Bob yet...you are in for a treat!94 years old and a gigantic sense of humor."I was a brain surgeon...but I failed"When we asked him what the secret to his longevity was, he said "Just clean living...question mark?"We would love to take Bob for a Martini some day.Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other is a brand new member of the Alberta Podcast Network, Locally grown, community supportedThis episode is sponsored by The Edmonton Community Foundation and The Alberta Association of OptometristsPodcast Art: Morgan ErmterTheme song: S. Blatt and S. WolfeInstagram: thebroadgapTwitter: @thebroadgapFacebook: Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each OtherEmail us at: thebroadgap@gmail.com  and tell us about someone who is rocking their generation. We want to talk to them!
Episode Syd - Age 8

Episode Syd - Age 8

2021-05-1648:59

Stephanie and Karen know a little bit about video games. Syd knows a lot about video games.Syd can whittle, Karen and Stephanie can talk about the Thermos for hours! Give it up for the Thermos! We three managed to bridge the gap more than once in this episode. Bagels and Dungeons and Dragons.Run Away From Mom!Hades!Nutella!It's all here in our excellent conversation with eight-year-old Syd!Things to help this episode make sense:Hades the video gameLong live the Thermos!CUPHEAD!!!Podcast Art: Morgan ErmterTheme song: S. Blatt and S. WolfeInstagram: thebroadgapTwitter: @thebroadgapFacebook: Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each OtherEmail us at: thebroadgap@gmail.com  and tell us about someone who is rocking their generation. We want to talk to them!
Episode Lauretta - 86

Episode Lauretta - 86

2021-04-0957:47

Karen and Stephanie are here to sing the praises of this amazing woman. "86 going on 87" and livin' and lovin' life.Lauretta will tell you EXACTLY WHAT SHE THINKS OF THE NEW ALBERTA CURRICULUM DRAFT, and you should listen, she was a grade school teacher, and we need her teaching today if we want our kids to grow up with gratitude and kindness.Are there any changes coming at Stephanie and Karen in the next 30 years? SHE WON'T TELL US!  Because she cares about us. And we care about herListen in to the who, what, when, where and why's of Lauretta Howard!Music! Play! Feudalism! Alarms!Things to help this episode make sense:The Alberta curriculum draftCKUA RadioCBC Radio Calgary
Travel back into the past, (like three whole months ago) and join hosts Stephanie and Karen as they fill the gaps that may or may not exist between them (mid 50s) and Ashley (19)What could happen in life that you could suddenly find yourself with twins!?Make up your own Christmas songs!Subway, self care, and superstitions.  But nothing can keep donut lovers apart. Things to help this episode make sense:That 'Scottish Play' by ShakespeareRadial something something smasherSegue vs SegwayDewey's pub (closed for the time being,  BUT IT MIGHT STILL SUCK YOU IN THIS FALL!!!)Podcast Art: Morgan ErmterTheme song: S. Blatt and S. WolfeInstagram: thebroadgapTwitter: @thebroadgapFacebook: Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each OtherEmail us at: thebroadgap@gmail.com  and tell us about someone who is rocking their generation. We want to talk to them!
Episode Ruby - Age 6

Episode Ruby - Age 6

2021-03-1943:56

Hosts Karen and Stephanie are joined by the imaginative, fire crackin', ukulele playing RUBY!She's never had ice-cream-cake, she LOVES Ozzy Osbourne and she is going to make humans fly. Just listening to her will make your spirits fly.Things to help this episode make sense: The podcast that Stephanie and Karen were guests on: Women of ABpoliTrollsThe Tooth Fairy book by Peter CollingtonArtist Slavo CechPodcast Art: Morgan ErmterTheme song: S. Blatt and S. WolfeInstagram: thebroadgapTwitter: @thebroadgapFacebook: Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each OtherEmail us at: thebroadgap@gmail.com  and tell us about someone who is rocking their generation. We want to talk to them!
Your hosts Stephanie Wolfe and Karen Johnson-Diamond spend a delightful 38 minutes with Bob, a 94-year-old martini lovin' wisecracker.We did. We asked him "what is the secret of your longevity" and his answer is so simple. You'll have to listen to the episode to learn it for yourself. This is a highlight episode for both Karen and Stephanie and we hope it is for you too!Some other gems he shares:The biggest trouble he got in as a kidMeeting his bride on a pee breakThe best part about being 94 years oldThings to help make this episode make senseA Dirty MartiniThe Princess Theatre in EdmontonMidsummer Murders Podcast Art: Morgan ErmterTheme song: S. Blatt and S. WolfeInstagram: thebroadgapTwitter: @thebroadgapFacebook: Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each OtherEmail us at: thebroadgap@gmail.com  and tell us about someone who is rocking their generation. We want to talk to them!
Malcolm - Age 9

Malcolm - Age 9

2021-03-0346:51

Stephanie Wolfe and Karen Johnson-Diamond return for a second season of "Bridging The Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other".  On this episode, Karen and Stephanie are tickled to be speaking with 9 year old future NFL star Malcolm, aged 9What do wolves want for take out?Why would you pee in a burning building?Karaoke!Sloths!Famous people named Malcolm!Listen in!Here are some links to help this episode make sense:PONG!!The Cincinnati BengalsNFL player AJ GreenMalcolm McDowellMalcolm GladwellMalcolm Young from AC DCMalcolm Campbell the race car driverThis is the game Stephanie was trying to play with Malcolm:You are a bus driver at a station. 10 get on the bus and no one gets off. You drive 10 miles to another station where 3 people get on and 1 gets off. You drive another 10 miles only to get 25 people on and 5 people go off. Next you drive 3 miles while 12 people exit the bus. You drive back to the place knowing that a couple more stops along the way untill the ride is done. At the 2nd to last station 5 people get on and 2 get off. And at the last station (5.5 miles) 25 people get on for no reason and 1 gets off. What is the bus drivers eye color?Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheBroadGapTwitter: @thebroadgapInsta: @thebroadgapWhere to find this podcast:https://bridging.buzzsprout.comWhere to find "Scamtime", Karen and Stephanie's other podcast: https://scamtime.buzzsprout.com
Wayne - Age 37

Wayne - Age 37

2021-02-1749:07

Stephanie Wolfe and Karen Johnson-Diamond return for a second season of "Bridging The Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other".   For this episode, Karen and Stephanie banter, giggle and goof around with a 37 year old who made it big at age 6. Wayne Jones, host of 'The Wayne Jones Show' podcast, has had life figured out since his mom first broke all the rules in Vegas. At one point he suggested your hosts might be 180 years old. Comedy!Jerks!Who's Jackson Browne!?Here are some links to help this episode make sense. The Wayne Jones Showhttps://www.instagram.com/whiterhinowayne/?hl=enCircus CircusSchmetterlingKanye WestJackson BrowneFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheBroadGapTwitter: @thebroadgapInsta: @thebroadgapWhere to find this podcast:https://bridging.buzzsprout.comWhere to find "Scamtime", Karen and Stephanie's other podcast: https://scamtime.buzzsprout.com
We'll see you in a few weeks!If you, or someone you know is rockin' their generation, email us at thebroadgap@gmail.com.Happy Holidays
Everything about this 9 year old in a nutshell.
Hosts Stephanie and Karen are fully aware that young folx are a wealth of knowledge, but neither expected the expertise that young Greysen possesses.Thomas the Tank Engine (And friends) - heard of it? Think you know a lot about it?Stand back.Greysen. Know. Everything. There. Is. To. Know. About. Thomas.Karen and Stephanie barely got a word in edgewise, and wouldn't have had it any other way :) Things to help this episode make senseThomas and Friends (I bet the site doesn't have as much info as Greysen has)Greenies  - Dog TreatsHarbio gummy colas  (we pronounced it wrong, but we were too busy drooling)Scratch project siteAnd Greysen's account is https://scratch.mit.edu/search/projects?q=ayolia23Greysen likes this book series:Gravity FallsPodcast Art: Morgan ErmterTheme song: S. Blatt and S. WolfeInstagram: thebroadgapTwitter: @thebroadgapFacebook: Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each OtherEmail us at: thebroadgap@gmail.com
It's episode #12!!In this week's episode, Karen and Stephanie continue their "quit blaming all of the things on the 20 year olds" series.Seriously. We're serious. All those 20 - 30 year olds that are being blamed for spreading ..."IT"?? -They are the ones who are pouring you coffee while you sit at Denny's and opine.  So. knock it off.Get a load of Bri 'four jobs' Zubik and Quinn 'consent matters' Lazenby.Karen thinks there is NO WAY on earth she could have been this aware ('woke') in her 20s. Karen doesn't know what the Mandela effect is.Stephanie has become one with SalmonQuinn and Bri are introduced to who and what Fraggle Rock and Christopher Reeve areThe Mandela Effect - read all about itThe Center for Sexuality - Quinn is an amazing spokesperson! Candy Cane Kids! Watch these two do what they do best; DANCE!The Sonny and Cher show!   Follow us on:Instagram @thebroadgapTwitter @thebroadgapFacebook @TheBroadGapPocast Art: Morgan ErmterJingle: S. Blatt and S. Wolfe
For months, your hosts Stephanie and Karen have been waiting forA) a change in US politicsand B) a chance to interview a 21 year old who proves that "young people in bars and having parties'" are NOT responsible for every COVID case ever. Meet Emily (or Bob or bug). She's 21, she's responsible, and she's freaking hilarious.I hope you all pull a hip flexor and need HER as a personal trainer!Martin MullFantasy IslandHip FlexorsBOOBS!
In this episode, hosts Stephanie and Karen get to know a wicked word-wizard named Joshua.He's another Beatles fan! (Parents are doing it right!)Joshua is keen on Transformers, Sonic and Science, but not so much on Scares.Learn to make pizza wraps and 'laugh at Tim"!Things we talk about in this episode:Hey, remember ICQ?Beatles Lego!Bill Nye The Science GuyFollow us on:Instagram @thebroadgapTwitter @thebroadgapFacebook @TheBroadGapPocast Art: Morgan ErmterJingle: S. Blatt and S. Wolfe
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