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The Unknown Studio

By Scott C Bourgeois and Adam Rozenhart

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Description

Every two weeks, Adam and Scott expound upon... well, whatever suits them. They feature guests from all over the place, but they tend to focus on what's going on in Edmonton, that strange, silly city/small town rooted in the middle of the Canadian Prairies. Their focus may be local, but they discuss topics from a more generalized perspective. And somehow, they also almost always wind up talking about Star Trek.

Customer Reviews

Perfect Edmonton podcast

Scott and Adam capture the spirit of Edmonton with a diverse list of topics and guests. Their conscious attempt to make the city a better place with their podcast is a beacon of hope and offer a genuine and entertaining episode each and every week.

I haz Unknown Studioburger

Hands down, the Unknown Studio is my favourite local podcast. Adam and Scott continue to enthrall their tens of listeners with the best of what the great city of Edmonton has to offer. Keep up the great conversations, interesting interviews, and snarky Star Trek references, and I will keep on listening!

Not just for Edmontonians

Although these guys are from Edmonton and their guests are local, their choice of topics is borderless. Maybe that's too broad of a statement, but I'm sticking to it. The topics that Adam and Scott discuss may start out with Edmonton roots but, more than likely, can be applied to any city in the frozen north or south of the border. With a variety of subjects ranging from video games to politics to haunted houses, there's never a dull moment in the Unknown Studio. Keep up the good work, guys!

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