Bridging The Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other

Karen Johnson-Diamond and Stephanie Wolfe

Stephanie and Karen, both mid fifties, have assumptions. As do others. Let's talk about it.

Episode Brendan - Age 38
Dec 3 2021
Episode Brendan - Age 38
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!
Episode Rick - Age 51 - A Generation Expert (It's RICK MILLER!!!!)
Nov 2 2021
Episode Rick - Age 51 - A Generation Expert (It's RICK MILLER!!!!)
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 are honored to host Rick Miller, the writer and performer behind BOOM YZ , on stage now at Theatre Calgary. The world premiere of Rick Miller’s electrifying BOOM YZ brings to life the people and music that have shaped our last quarter-century. In this all-new show, Miller plays more than a hundred characters from Generations Y and Z, including his own daughter, to reflect on the aspirations and anxieties of young people today, and brings his multi-generational BOOM series to a compelling close.MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED CHARACTERS!FAIL BETTER!RICK IS A MUFFIN GUY!WRINGER WASHERS!Here are some thing to help this episode make sense:What is a Wringer Washer?Generations: Boomer vs X vs Y vs ZTheatre Calgary and TICKETS to BOOM YZRick Miller on FacebookFind out all the things Rick does on Twitter 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 Park Power and The Alberta Podcast NetworkCheck out another member of the Alberta Podcast Network  E.P.I.C.  Podcast (Emergency Preparedness in Canada)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!