On this episode, we look at things that are taking on water and going under like the Titanic.

In fact, we start with a discussion of that fabled ocean liner as Collette Parks of the Saskatchewan Science Centre visited our ultraswank podcasting module to talk about the Centre’s Titanic exhibit. (It’s on right now!)

Then, we look at the city’s foundering housing situation. Two apartment buildings are slated to be demolished and one of them is Vanda’s! She talks about the perils of renting in Regina.

Later, Stephen Whitworth talks about the sinking fortunes of the provincial NDP.

But take heart. All is not lost to the icy depths. Cookie and Cassie are back to talk again about the True Knit Art Show. Regina’s alternative craft show was such a success this past weekend we could pre-record about how awesome it was.

Ultrasonic Alarm Call 14 — The Art of Sinking: At the table, Cassie Ozog, Cookie Madill, Stephen Whitworth, Carle Steel, Vanda Schmockel, Collette Parks and me as your humble host. Music by the Lazy MKs. Runtime: 48 min raucous conversation, 6 sec gorgeous silence.

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