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Scott Neigh |
Talking Radical Radio brings you grassroots voices from across Canada. Each episode features a single in-depth interview with one or two people involved in some kind of social change work. It gives activists from coast to coast to coast a chance to take a longer view as they talk about what they do, how they do it, and why they...
Phil Grey |
Weekly dose of cool 60s underground - garage rock, garage punk, proto-punk, freakbeat and psychedelia. Retrospect is produced and presented by Phil Grey and first broadcast on Free FM in Hamilton, NZ. Episodes shared here will be syndication versions sans local branding. [Episodes served via iTunes, TuneIn etc are the original edits used for airing across New Zealand.... Back episodes...
Boomer Radio |
Weekly one hour interview program focusing on alternative and natural health practices, issues and discoveries.
Nicholas Cooper |
Exploring the fantastical soundscape for landmarks, relics and anomalies in progressive rock, the branches of progressive, fusion and alternative genres, and other unique discoveries near and far. . Currently broadcasts live on Mondays from 3 to 5 PM EST from CFRU 93.3 FM in Guelph, Ontario, and through the web at cfru.ca . Keep up to date with the show...
Boomer Radio |
Old Parlour Radio takes you down memory lane by playing great old time radio programs from the 30's, 40's, 50's and early 60's and the occasional program from the 1970s. Note to Stations: If you choose to carry this program on a weekly basis, please e-mail corey at cfisfm .com, so that you can have access to the Dropbox download...
Sean Savage |
Mixed and curated by Seán Savage, The Amplified Radio Network (formerly Amplified Radio Presents) has evolved and brings you the best in electronica, trip hop, deep house and techno from around the world. Each 58 min show (part 1 & 2) is 50% CanCon and can be played individually or together in a 2 hr block with room for PSA's....
Frieda Werden |
WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service is an award-winning weekly half-hour by and about women around the world. First internationally syndicated out of San Francisco in 1986, WINGS moved to Canada in 2002 with co-founder and series producer Frieda Werden. WINGS accepts pitches from local producers. Email queries to wings@wings.org
Stuart Richardson |
Latin Waves was born 10 years ago when Sylvia Richardson’s passion for social change hit the radio air waves. The show was started as a resource to educate the public about the extraordinary changes and social movements that are happening in Latin America, there is a literal blackout in the Canadian main stream media around these historic changes. Shortly after...
Braden Alexander |
A two-hour look at Classical music from all eras and all composers. From the all-time favourites, to the one hit wonders. From Baroque and Early Music composers, to Contemporary and Modern innovators. The goal of Classical Afternoons is to present not only memorable material from famous composers, but also to expose listeners to new compositions, new composers, or rarely heard...
The Velvet Studio |
The LGBTQ Program highlighting topics from all across Canada.
CHMR FM Music Department |
Modern Jazz Today is a radio show that focuses on today’s jazz improvisers and creators, cutting their teeth and cutting the edge of sound. We are proud to present Modern Jazz Today as an avenue for discovering a new generation of jazz musicians, composers, improvisers and arrangers.
Cal Koat |
Contemporary Celtic Radio, from Celtpunk to Acid Croft to New Traditionalist to Celtronica. It's one hour of cutting edge Celtic culled from the charts at www.worldbeatcanada.com and heard weekly on AM 1470, CJVB in Vancouver, featuring the latest sounds and interviews with today's freshest Celts. More music,less malarkey!
Cal Koat |
Cal Koat’s career goal is succinct: to expose contemporary global music as a viable, relevant and totally reflective alternative for mainstream electronic media. He’s worked the past 31 years as a broadcaster in Greater Vancouver, 25 of those years specifically in the field of multicultural broadcasting where he discovered his love for world music. Currently, through his own company, Calcopyrite...
Michael Welch |
The Global Research News Hour is a special radio collaboration between the Centre for Research on Globalization, and campus community radio station CKUW 95.9FM. We seek to provide listeners with in depth analyses of major stories shaping today's world from thinkers, researchers and unique political personalities rarely addressed by major media. Guests have included Michel Chossudovsky, Rick Rozoff, Rocco Galati,...
Sean Savage |
Mixed and curated by Seán Savage, The Mix Sessions is a 2 hour global gathering of music fans every week bringing you the best underground electronic music around including Ambient, Electronica, Trip Hop, Drum & Bass and Deep House.Every show is 50% CAN CON!
CHMR FM Music Department |
If you’re a chronic nostalgic who loves the music of Newfoundland & Labrador, tune in to The NewFound Records Radio Hour. Join Wayne Tucker as he shines a light on rare gems retrieved from the vinyl deeps and supplements the music of the 50s, 60s, 70s & 80s with a generous sprinkling of history and trivia. So whether you’re a...
Mark O'Connor |
This is a weekly music program of songs meant for listening in the night. It's music that is dark, melancholy, brooding or downbeat. There are no time references. The shows can be played at anytime and in any order - other than they are meant for the night. The show aims to create a mood suited for later hours, and...
Mark O'Connor |
Catchy upbeat pop and/or rock music. Approximately 20% new music. Minimum 35% Cancon. Broadcast out of CFMH on Localfm from UNB Saint John.
Ivan Emke |
This is a weekly excursion, starting from Celtic music and moving beyond - geographically, stylistically and culturally. Travel the world, without changing planes in Toronto.
Jan Hall |
Folk Roots Radio is an hour long syndicated radio show hosted and produced by Jan Hall, that focuses on bringing new folk, roots, Canadiana, Americana, singer-songwriter and blues music and interviews with upcoming and independent artists to the airwaves. Our tag line pretty much sums up our philosophy… we’re all about the music and the people that make it! If...
Trevor Murphy |
Halifax Is Burning is dedicated to promoting the best emerging music from the Atlantic region, with a heavy focus on the Nova Scotian music scene. The show was named the East Coast Music Association's Media Outlet of the Year in 2017, and Music Nova Scotia's Radio Program of the Year in 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016. Halifax is Burning airs...
Mae Wandinger |
A weekly program devoted to independent Western Canadian music! Each episode includes a 28 minute feature of one band or artist, including an interview and several of their tracks, plus 28 minutes of a mix of indie pop, folk, rock, country, blues, hiphop & alternative music!
Free FM Technician |
Hardcore bluegrass music from New Zealand
The Community Living Show |
This show is produced by the disabled community and showcases special guests and artists. The focus is for a positive outlook on programs and events for the entire community. Originally called "The Self Advocates", the show began in the 1980's. We showcase BC Self Advocates with lots of interviews from people with special needs. Tune in for interesting music, interviews...
Scott Snailham |
Simply put, it's "The Wacky, Warped and Weird Every Week" Hosts Snarfdude and Daffodil drive around North America in a rickety van searching flea markets, garage sales, and thrift stores for all the music that's so bad it's great they can find. from polka, to celebrities that shouldn't have even tried to sing, you'll hear it every week.
Deep Threes |
Deep Threes is the weekly radio show that brings you eclectic instrumental soundscapes that fuse jazz, electronica, soundtracks, modern classical, experimental music, and more... “Deep” is a nod to the deep tracks of heard on freeform radio. “Threes” refers to the MP3s that fill up our hard drives and computing clouds. Since going on the air in 2010, Deep Threes...
Bojan Furst |
Rural Routes is a show that asks what is rural in the 21st century? Every week we bring you a conversation with rural scholars, artists, entrepreneurs and rural champions from across Canada and occasionally from other places, too.
Dieter Gade |
Junction Arts & Music (JAM) based in Haines Junction, Yukon, has been presenting high quality live performances by Canadian and international musicians since May 1999. A dedicated group of performing arts enthusiasts, who are passionate about accessibility to the arts in their community and beyond, thought it would be nice to share some of these shows with those who are...
Wetland Project |
THIS IS A SINGLE 24-HOUR PROGRAM MEANT TO BE AIRED OVER THE COURSE OF EARTH DAY (APRIL 22) 2018 Celebrate Earth Day 2018 with Vancouver Co-operative Radio’s second annual Wetland Project broadcast on Sunday, April 22. Connect to the circadian rhythm of a Saturna Island, British Columbia marsh through its environmental soundscape. The voices of creatures—frogs, birds, insects and more—take...
Dieter Gade |
Music enthusiast Steve Gedrose explores the world of jazz from its roots to the present day. He breaks the fascinating, ever evolving, genre of jazz into easily digestible themes, backed up of course with plenty of music examples. In each episode Steve will introduce you to musicians who were (or are) some of the key driving forces behind the evolution...
CHMR FM Music Department |
Featuring the best in blues "From the Mississippi Delta to the Great White North". Join host Terry Parsons for your weekly blues fix.
Jordan Vail |
Hipsters Hate Us is a Radio Show broadcast out of UNBSJ (Saint John, New Brunswick,Canada)on LOCAL 107.3 FM. Hosted by Vail Vail Binks (Jordan Vail) An Open Format Music Show. Genres ranging from Britpop, Electronica, Hip-Hop, Alternative Rock, Local Artists and Canada's GREATEST'S, and where ever the RADIO WAVES TAKE ME!!!!
Richard Sevigny |
Live in the Shuswap features live recorded concert material interspersed with interviews of the performing artists. Styles featured include jazz, pop, blues, and roots music.
Dan Scarcelli |
An unbound exploration of sound with the latest electronic music. Join thousands of people across the globe who are ready to break free from anything ordinary. Featuring unreleased previews, artist takeovers, and an immersive community. Whether partying, studying, or dreaming of the next big thing, these are the songs that define your journey into the wild. #CalloftheWild
Free FM Technician |
A New Zealand animal rights / vegan lifestyle show, including a focus on the global impact of farming practices, plus animal welfare issues. Host and producer, Sandra Kyle.
Anthony Enman |
Counting down the Top 20 albums from the National Top 50 from !Earshot Online. Host banter, interviews and Canadian Music/Entertainment news fill out this program
Barry Rooke |
Amplified Radio Presents is the 5th generation of Amplified Radio, a Canadian syndicated radio show since 1999. Hosted by Barry Rooke, Amplified Radio Presents: features 7 different “styles” of show, all mixed live, released twice a week for radio play and podcast. You can learn more about each iteration of the show by clicking the links below, and find out...
Mark O'Connor |
This will be a monthly talk show with Edward O'Reilly, Robert Selby and Mark O'Connor discussing and debating the UFO phenomenon and everything associated with it. In addition to discussing actual UFO cases the show may range to include discussion of its impact on our culture, from music to movies, television to t-shirts and more.
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
Katie and Harold ask "what is art?" as they interview artists and makers in Victoria, BC.
civl radio |
!Earshot Top 50 Chart Countdown with music hosted by You Say Party!'s Stephen O'Shea, from CIVL 101.7 FM in Abbotsford, BC at UFV took place from 2011 until 2012, then !Earshot20 took off from CFMH in Saint John, NB hosted by Brian Cleveland and Anthony Enman. Now it's a third incantation of the popularity contest that is the Earshot Charts!
Alnoor Gova |
We mark the first anniversary of the Quebec Masjid Massacre, by reflecting on the events affect with a series of rotating 30 min panel discussions with leading experts sharing their lived experiences and analysis in deconstructing the state of Islamophobia in Canada Today. The six victims were: Ibrahima Barry (aged 39), Mamadou Tanou Barry (aged 42), Khaled Belkacemi (aged 60),...
Patrick Auguste |
Rendez-vous de la Francophonie is an annual celebration of Canada's membership in the Francophonie and promotes the French language and its numerous cultural expressions. This is our third programming
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
NDNs on the Airwaves was developed from the need to know more about the recent history of native radio, the current state of native radio and where native radio is going in the future. This series gives voice to those who are passionate producers of radio, grateful musicians and individuals who help us understand how radio both reflects and shapes...
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
The University of Victoria is home to a handful of hardworking graduate students doing trailblazing work in their field. In this series, CFUV correspondents sit down with UVic graduate students to learn more about the work they do in a conversational setting.
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
Featuring interviews with programmers and volunteers from the University of Victoria Radio Club. Host Max Monday and friends seek out the untold stories of CFUV, a long-standing and much loved community radio station.
Dan McPeake |
A unique blend of arts, politics and the things that go with them, Endeavours is a weekly, hour-long show, featuring interviews with some of the most fascinating people around. In addition to interviews, this program also promotes music by featuring up-and-coming indie bands and their tunes. For more information, feedback, or to request an interview please e-mail endeavoursradio@gmail.com
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
CFUV presents: Full Circle, a program featuring stories from around the Victoria community. This program is produced by CFUV's Podcasting Production Team, and is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.
Brian Cleveland |
Local 107.3 FM's The Mixed Tape is a weekly radio program hosted by Brian Cleveland every Tuesday from 9-10AM in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. The show features a varied selection of campus and community radio fare including loads of new Maritime and Canadian selections ensuring a mix of genres, demographics, and more. Always 100% new Canadian music.
The Community Living Show |
Dealing with issues with special needs people throughout BC.
The Community Living Show |
Dealing with issues with special needs people throughout BC.
The Community Living Show |
Dealing with issues with special needs people throughout BC.
The Community Living Show |
Dealing with issues with special needs people throughout BC.
The Community Living Show |
Dealing with issues with special needs people throughout British Columbia.
The Velvet Studio |
A GLBT+ talk show discussing a wide range of topics in the gay, lesbian, bi, trans community. Also known as 'Ottawa's Queer Media'
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
A weekly one-hour music program focused on strange, experimental and independent Canadian rock and pop. Produced live at CFUV 101.9 FM every Tuesday from 5:00 - 6:00pm PT. This show contains 100% CanCon and no time sensitive material. It does include mention of CFUV and syndicate stations, but is otherwise broadcast ready. If you would like to carry the show...
Jordan Vail |
A Bi-weekly House/Techno show that showcase music from around the Globe ,With a little Canadian flare thrown into this Dance Floor blender. This is EDM that is smooth to the ears and beats that keep your Heart pumping.
Kevin hiebert |
A weekly metal music-themed show. Featuring music that Mr K enjoys, local and Canadian bands, metal or otherwise. Interviews with local, Canadian and upcoming bands. I enjoy showcasing artists that are looking for exposure and put out great music. Though Mr K typically focuses on metal and hard rock, he has interviewed a capella, reggae and rock artists in the...
Frieda Werden |
Solo readings by Canadian writers recorded at the annual festival held on Denman Island, BC
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
Hello, my name is Shaun O'Leary. I am a big hockey fan. In my time with CFUV I have interviewed 38 athletes but my favourite project is doing documentaries. My first documentary was about the National Disabled Sailing Association of Canada, it is called Let's Go For A Sail. My new documentary is called What Binds Us. It focuses on...
Richard Sevigny |
Weekly program featuring music recorded in a live concert setting and interviews with the performing artists
Richard Sevigny |
Weekly series of concerts recorded in and around the Salmon Arm BC area. Styles include Jazz, Pop, singer-songwriter, and folk.
Nicki Reece |
A weekly "no format format" music show perfect for those who love to listen to many styles across the contemporary spectrum and would also like to experience a few tunes from Aotearoa/New Zealand. Produced and presented by Garry Thomas and first broadcast on Plains FM 96.9 in Christchurch, NZ. Please feel free to contact the host with any questions, or...
Scott Snailham |
Simple put, It's "The wacky warped and weird every week" with hosts Snarfdude and Daffodil. scouring the garage sales, the flea markets and the thrift stores for the music that should have been long forgotten, Snarf and daffy driving around in a beat up van driving across North America looking for cheezy music. Stuff so bad, it's good, from polka,...
Crimes Treasons |
Crimes and Treasons DJ Homeboy Jules created a mix of female artists we commonly play on Crimes and Treasons Radio on CITR 101.9FM. This dj'ed playlist has lots of emerging new talent, much of this new is put out this month (May 2017) Nylo - Sirens Ambre - Coldest Winter Syd - Drown in it Hayleau - So Good (Cancon)...
CKXU Music Department |
A exploration of host Courtney Creator’s creative journey, a look into the lives of other artists, and an invitation for you to embrace your own creative path. exist c r e a t e evolve
CHMR FM Music Department |
Living Heritage is about people who are engaged in the heritage and culture sector, from museum professionals and archivists, to tradition bearers and craftspeople - all those who keep heritage alive at the community level. We talk about their work, their passions, and the day-to-day safeguarding of culture and tradition. Living Heritage is a co-production of CHMR 93.5FM, and the...
Patrick Auguste |
Content recorded in events in Ottawa Gatineau area about various tropic linked with Francophone culture, identity, language duality, francophone and anglophone relations.
Ralene |
STRSTRUKK! is a Radio Show broadcast out of UNBSJ (Saint John, New Brunswick,Canada) on LOCAL 107.3 FM. It's hosted by Raylene. An Open Format Music Show. Genres ranging from Pop, Acoustic, Alternative Rock,as well as Local/Canadian Artists. I play mostly newer songs with a few older gem sprinkled throughout. So for new and upcoming music this is the place to...
cjsfprog |
Volunteers drive CJSF and community media, but not everyone can make time to volunteer. The Making Time for Radio project creates paid opportunities for people to produce radio documentaries that explore important issues and tell compelling stories, and was made possible by a $50,000 grant from the Community Radio Fund of Canada (CRFC) --- the largest in CJSF history. Produced...
Kim Logue |
~ Entertaining Equestrian Education an any age, all access and all equine interest radio show -- now in its 10th season! for closet enthusiast to full fledged equine professional. you can write to the show at kim@cfru.ca Let's talk horse...
Kim Logue |
A series on aging and death - aimed at aiding discussions on important topics. It is scary what is looming on the horizon. And its time to start talking about it; We share personal stories from individuals, as well as interviews with experts in the field. Community care in Ontario already is very bumpy in a system with resources already...
Magnus Thyvold |
Smooth comforting music for cool young people
Patrick Auguste |
Sir Wilfrid laurier : Builder of Today's Canada is a comic book with animated clips, a teaching guide and a national contest in both official languages which aim to help anglophone and francophone to share a learning experience about this high historical figure who devoted to contribute to make Canada a great multicultural country. It was launch on Wednesday November...
Richard Sevigny |
Hosted by Richard sevigny Music and interviews with artists performing in the Shuswap area
Patrick Auguste |
Interviews with acting people in the World Forum of Free Media which was parallel to the Word Social Forum in Montreal from August 7th to 14th 2016
Tyler Peacock |
We are a Video Game viewing talk show. We do reviews, previews interviews and news and talk about various subject revolving around the gaming world.
Stephanie Tierney |
An LGBTQ+ themed program focusing on issues that impact the local & global LGBTQ+ community. A focus on interviews with individuals in Saint John, New Brunswick & surrounding areas, plus current news & events, and a bit of music by queer musicians for good measure!
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
Sleepy City is a podcast about micro cultures in Victoria and the people who fit into them. Liz McArthur hosts, edits and produces the show and takes a playful approach to production and editing to bring a fresh, engaging sound to the stories featured in the podcast.
Kevin Midbo |
People First Radio is a weekly community FM radio and online podcasted program about people, the society in which we live, and issues related to health and wellness. The initiative is a partnership between Vancouver Island Mental Health Society (VIMHS) and Radio Malaspina Society (CHLY 101.7 FM from Nanaimo, B.C.). PFR has been on the air since November 22, 2007....
Kristin Schwartz |
A public pedagogy project produced by students at University of Toronto. Short audio in various formats: radio drama, PSA, and sound collage/actuality.
Dave Del Rizzo |
Left Off the Dial is a weekly one-hour radio show produced in Penticton British Columbia at Peach City Radio (CFUZ-FM). Hosts Ian Mackinder and Dave Del Rizzo strive to bring the sounds of new and emerging Canadian artists to listeners, mingled with some old and some new. Always playing what mainstream radio won’t.
Barry NCRA |
Rendez-vous de la Francophonie is an annual celebration of Canada's membership in the Francophonie and promotes the French language and its numerous cultural expressions. It runs March 3-23 in 2016, in communities across Canada. Check out the project website at www.rvf.ca. La Francophonie is an international organization representing countries and regions where French is the first or customary language and/or...
Magnus Thyvold |
Cool Stuff
CKDU 88.1FM |
Darryl and Jeff take on a movie and album each week and provide their humorous insight and analysis.
Boomer Radio |
Weekly show answering listeners' Bible related questions.
BobGarlick |
These podcasts are based around casual chats about business books. The podcast’s main purpose is to let business people get an idea of what each book is about and whether a book is a good fit for them. Check out a podcast today and see if you will be motivated to grab a book from your office library or get...
The Community Living Show |
Interview with Jemma Jacksen about here new book Fibro Success. Her book talks about how she took her life back from Fibromyalgia.
The Community Living Show |
Dealing with issues with Special Needs people throughout BC.
Mary |
MM airs every fourth Friday of the month at 6-7pm on Guelph's community radio station, CFRU 93.3fm. On MM, we bring into focus the individual faces and unique stories of those who have gone through the forced migration process. We contribute to bringing forth the voices and stories of migrant workers, "no status" people, and racialized working-class immigrants, individuals who...
The Community Living Show |
Dealing with issues with special needs people throughout BC.
The Community Living Show |
Dealing with issues with special needs people throughout BC.
Paula Slater |
Straight From the Horse's Mouth Radio Show - an interview podcast that features the most creative and interesting people in the horse world. I have conversations with equine artists, authors, inventors, entrepreneurs, therapists, veterinarians, anyone with an innovative approach to horses.
The Community Living Show |
Dealing with issues with special needs people throughout BC.
The Community Living Show |
Dealing with issues with special needs people throughout BC.
NCRA ANREC |
Cultural Survival's Indigenous Rights Radio program produces radio content about today's issues facing Indigenous Peoples, and what leaders are doing about it at the local, national, and international levels.
Ray McElmon |
R4 is a rock program that has big things! We work with Venues from Sarnia to the GTA for interviews and contests! We are also willing to help any station who asks us to bring them giveaways for their own areas. We reside in Kitchener-Waterloo and want to make Community Radio Matter!
Access Commitee |
This was a special event on May 21st. The Access Day Special Event dealt with issues of Accessibilities.
Roger Jean |
Blues and Roots Music with a focus on Canadian Artists.
Alnoor Gova |
Dennis Edney has consistently represented Omar Khadr's through his ordeal. Omar Khadr a Canadian citizen was captured and brought to Guantanamo Bay naval base in 2002 as a juvenile where he remained over a decade with the Canadian government vigorously fighting his repatriation and human rights. Eventually transferred to a maximum security prison in Canada on September 29, 2012 he...
African Perspectives CHRY |
A weekly news and in depth views from the African continent. Each week we explore a different topic relating to the politics and culture of the continent. To reach us, email: africanperspectives@chry.fm and check out our blog at: http://afri-perspectives.blogspot.com/ and tune in live at chry.fm or rogers cable 945 in Toronto, or on the fm dial in Toronto at 105.5fm,...
Jud Crandall |
Weekly jazz, punk, krautrock, psychedelia, noise, hardcore, folk, avant-garde and the weird bleak rock & roll underbelly. Thursdays at 9pm and again Wednesdays at 10pm on Local 107.3fm with your sound operator Sir Lord Bobby Babylon.
CFRC Radio |
A complete archive of the 2015 Homelessness Marathon, a 15-hour broadcast hosted by CFRC 101.9fm in Kingston, Ontario. This year's Marathon featured contributions from fourteen stations plus a special edition of GroundWire, bringing the total number of contributing stations to 21. Tune in for segments on youth and hidden homelessness, residential schools, violence against Indigenous women, and Indigenous homelessness, addiction...
Groundwire Production |
GroundWire participated in the 2015 Homelessness Marathon hosted by CFRC 101.9 FM in Kingston all night from February 25th to 26th. Also see other contributions to the Marathon: http://previous.ncra.ca/exchange/dspProgramList.cfm?seriesID=159175
CKGI programming |
CKGI takes you to the Sunset Pub in the Surf Lodge on Gabriola Island, for these in-concert performances by musicians living on one of the most tuneful places on earth. Host Steve Elder also sits down with each of the featured guests to talk about their music, and the life behind that music.
Boomer Radio |
A comprehensive look at a classic album where we listen and analize it. Folled by an after show where we will listen to covers of music from the album, tracks from the same artists prevous or future albums, music that inspired the album or anything that the album has left a legacy on. Produced for 93.1 CFISfm in Prince George...
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
Merch Float is a series about the music scene in Victoria, BC. I talk to people from labels, venues, bands and promoters about making music and (sometimes) money in our capital city.
Terra Informa |
Each week Terra Informa delivers coverage of breaking environmental news from across the country and around the world. From corporate wrongdoings to tips on living a little greener, we're your source for the news that the mainstream media missed. Run time is 29 minutes and new episodes are uploaded every Sunday evening. The show is currently in its ninth season...
Pardon My French |
Pardon My French is a weekly radio show which explores French music that matters. The show focuses on new trends and sounds, but covers music of different genres, eras and origin.
CKGI programming |
Gabriola Island, BC poet and essayist Naomi Wakan on topics literary and human.
attic broadcasting |
A weekly program looking into the world of professional gaming. Listen as high profile guests, such as professional gamers and developers, with extensive background knowledge discuss special topics. Special segments and reviews of games featured
David Swanson |
Human Stories
CKGI programming |
The show that touches your heart and brings you a little 'joygasm' every time you listen. From neurochemistry to perfect moments in time, what is it that brings you, into a state of joy?
Stephanie Tierney |
A weekly one-hour all-female artist, open format show music program. Features a great cross-section of older and newer music, typically with an emphasis on Canadian singers and bands. Styles range from punk to synth-pop and beyond!
CKUT News Department |
A weekly round-up of independent, grassroots news from across Canada and beyond.
Marc Cabot |
Geeky talk show about various nerdy topics with a touch of Canadian made music.
Leah |
18 wheeler fact, fiction, music and info. Ride around North America with Edgar Murdoch. 60 minute archives of Edgar's weekly live radio program broadcast from the CKVS-FM 93.7 studio in Salmon Arm, BC
CKGI programming |
News of arts and culture events on Gabriola and central Vancouver Island, BC, with host Frank Moher.
Frieda Werden |
CJSF's series of talks, interviews and readings celebrating the word. Airs Wed 1pm on CJSF 90.1FM Burnaby
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
Liz McArthur made the Road to Unist'ot'en documentary series traveling to the pipeline blockade in Northern BC in July 2014. Recorded and produced by Liz McArthur.
Boomer Radio |
Classic Canadian Rock is a weekly produced comedy/ music radio program, showcasing the best Canada has to offer. Hosted by Prince George’s very own Garrett Perry and Karl Wyssen Classic Canadian Rock was originally produced for 93.1 CFIS fm, several months after the original air date, 88.7 CFUR picked up for their stations listeners. The show is an hour long...
rabble podcast network |
From August 21 - 24, thousands of people converged upon Ottawa to talk about solutions to some of the problems facing our world and our country, to connect with each other and build new networks. The Peoples' Social Forum was about celebration, problem solving, connecting and building the kind of Canada that we want to live in. It's what rabble.ca...
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
A public affairs program that focuses on women, women’s issues, and social justice. Produced by CFUV’s Women’s Collective.
PSF Alt Media Centre |
Recordings of radio broadcasts from Peoples' Radio, the pirate radio station of the Alternative Media Centre at the Peoples' Social Forum. The Peoples' Social Forum is a giant activist/social change conference that took place in Ottawa on unceded Algonquin Territory from August 21-24, 2014.
Jud Crandall |
F4, or Fringe Power, or FFF-FM, or what have you, is a 4-part radio series beginning airing July 25 and running throughout August on Local 107.3fm, showcasing the talent of the Fundy Fringe Festival. F4 airs weekly, Thursdays 7-8pm, Sundays 1-2pm and Mondays 6-7pm. You can catch F? on-air on Local 107.3fm, as well as online at www.localfm.ca. The entire...
Martin R. Howell |
Listen as host JohNNy SiZZle reads you a comic book accompanied by background keyboard music and sound effects. Intended for a late night 2 hour spot in the schedule. Episodes run from (1 hour, 45 minutes) to (2 hours, 5 minutes).
Boomer Radio |
This 90 second feature is a commentary by an experienced teacher discussing positive life lessons.
Brian Cleveland |
Half-hour weekly electronic music program featuring mostly house, techno, etc. New series begins July 2012 and is produced every Tuesday.
Richard Sevigny |
Concerts and interviews with musicians from around the Shuswap area, concentrating on Jazz and Pop.
Timothy Tweed |
Minimal talk, maximum music. This compilation series features selections from the "Tenacious T" music archive, presented in a continuous mix, for after-hours grooving. The weekend starts here!
Timothy Tweed |
This musical series explores covers and interpretations of familiar songs, in a wide variety of genres - from pop to punk, rock to funk, country - heavy metal - disco - jazz - hip-hop - crooners - instrumentals, and MANY more.
CKGI programming |
On the Farmer's Table, you're invited to connect with the food and farms of Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast while we report on issues faced by small-scale farmers and food producers, and explore the region's agricultural heritage.
Cosmin Man |
Shuswap Dance Fever (SDF) is one hour weekly radioshow produced for the Voice of the Shuswap Radio Station, based in Salmon Arm, BC. The purpose of the show is to warm up the listeners prior to going out on a Saturday night; thus, the show is first broadcast on every Saturday Night at 10PM and then replayed on other days...
Brian Cleveland |
Weekly 1.5hr community radio program with a heavy Canadian music focus
Marc Cabot |
Epic is a weekly pod cast covering all things we think are awesome. Join Marc, Joel, Richard, Andy and more as they cover a wide range of topics from campy television shows to cutting edge technologies.
CKGI programming |
From Gabriola Island, BC. "Topics that will make your heart beat -- or at least flutter a little."
Kim Hornak |
Common Air is a radio magazine program produced at Local 107.3 fm, Saint John's community based radio station. Common Air is an intriguing guide to what's happening in arts and culture. Every week Common Air will bring locally produced stories to entertain, engage, and hopefully educate its listeners.
Doug B. |
This program is in Spanish - an excerpt of a 3 hour program produced at CFRU. The last hour of each episode of Alternativa Latinoamerica focuses on women's issues.
Samantha Power |
Ideas abound! CJSR's 'Think!' presents lectures, panel discussions, and interviews with noteworthy individuals about some of the most crucial issues facing the world today.
Matty V's Nerdcore Cabaret |
Join perennial manchild Matty V for your weekly dose of nerdcore hip-hop, 8-bit chiptunes and filk. With a healthy dose of video game, anime, sci fi and fantasy soundtracks to help kick start your next epic raid/dungeon crawl/caffeine addled frag fest or other nerdy diversion.
Boomer Radio |
Certified Financial Planner, Sarah Holland talks about people and money. Real financial situations, real choices and real consequences. Topics ranging from fraud and scams to short and long term planning.
Pawlina |
One hour weekly English-language presentation of Ukrainian cultural heritage in a Canadian context. Recipes, reviews, interviews, cultural trivia, weekly proverb, and other items of interest. Plus contemporary and traditional Ukrainian music from Canada (about 50% CanCon), Ukraine and elsewhere in the world. Produced and presented in Nanaimo, BC on Vancouver Island.
Jud Crandall |
Music Like Dirt's psychedelic reggaematic ska soundsystem risin' up from from six feet underground, heavier than lead, dreader than dread, ruffer than ruff, is back to boom shaka laka your morning soul, lickin' it back Tuesdays and Thursdays 8-9am only on Local 107.3fm. Join your sound operator Sir Lord Bobby Babylon starting effective immediately, and wake up and bake up...
Frieda Werden |
There are so many women doing kick-ass analysis of women's issues in Canada these days, that I'm going to start posting them in this series. These aren't only about women, either - women's issues are people's issues, and vice versa.
CKUT News Department |
Community News from Across Canada
Ken Zakreski, developer |
Let's explore the town and the world with a mix of album oriented music and spoken word.
Westbank Country Opry |
The Westbank Country Opry is the longest-running music show in BC's Okanagan Valley and presents live monthly concerts from September - May. The half-hour show features regular Opry performers and special guests.
Ken Zakreski, developer |
Live Album January 1, 2006 Fundraiser for CKGI
Kari Benninghaus |
A ongoing series produced by stations all across Canada on the legacy of Indian Residential Schools
Ryan Delehanty |
A quick burst of songs and stories from Canada's most interesting artists.
CKGI programming |
Linking poetry with social action and, yes, hope. With host Kathleen Miniely.
David Winn |
Told in his own Words & Music, & in the Words & Music of Others. A Radio Series in Twenty-one Half-hour Parts, consisting of a Prologue & Forty-one Scenes; based on the David Cairns translation of 'Memoirs of Hector Berlioz'; with excerpts from the Jacques Barzun translation of 'Evenings with the Orchestra'; also from 'Fantasy Pieces' by Harald Krebs; &...
Joel North |
A 2-hour weekly show geared towards the young adult college/university student age group. Features mainstream dance-music and content on dating, college, parties and pop culture. PG-13 rating. Episodes are delivered by Thursday of each week in 6 x 17 minute segments along with a text playlist. Shows are CanCon compliant for Canadian station, but do contain songs from the Hit...
CFRC Music Department |
This four part documentary series was produced by Adam Weaver and explores the Kingston independent music scene of the past two decades, ranging from the early 90s to 2012. Adam unearths classic Kingston recordings and talks with the movers and shakers of the active and changing musical landscape.
Laura Dymock |
The Investigative Musicologist is originally produced for the University of Toronto's campus radio station, CIUT 89.5FM. For the musically indecisive or musically adventurous, this is an indiscriminately jumbled, multi-directional show of new and old music spanning all across the musical universe – popular, classical, international, and a bunch of stuff in between.
African Perspectives CHRY |
The profits and riches to be gained from exploitation of Eastern Congo’s natural resources continue to propel violence, pillage and the suffering of the Congolese people.
Brian Cleveland |
The Lorenzo Society of UNB Saint John presents the 2012-2013 Season of its Munch and Music Series. We are pleased to have our own Musicians in Residence, the Saint John String Quartet, perform for us. Sep 27, 2012: R. Thompson - String Quartet in G major / L. von Beethoven - String Quartet in F major, Hess 34. Oct 25,...
Candace Mooers |
Culture Strike aims to connect art with activism.
Robin Eriksson |
This unique 6-hour overnight show features a mix of eclectic music, comic book theatre and endearing company.
Boomer Radio |
Each with Brian Majore interviews a touring stand up comedian. They discuss the craft of stand up comedy, experiences and views on related topics.
Samantha Power |
The CJSR Edition, produced by CJSR FM 88.5 in Edmonton, is a weekly hour of spoken word content dedicated to original thought, panel discussions, lectures, documentaries and ideas.
Matt Simmons |
An interrobang is the unlikely combination of the interrogative—also known as the question mark—and the bang, or exclamation point. This program is similarly an unlikely combination...of books and music. Each show thematically navigates its way though a single book — a soundtrack to the pages. As the plot thickens, so do the sounds. As the pace quickens, characters run away....
Ramneek |
Raw Punjabi Folk, Bhangra and Bollywood Funk Straight from the Motherland
CFBX Radio |
A series on producing music in the BC Interior, interviewing artists on their careers and what it's like to produce music in a small city. Each episode will feature interviews with a BC Interior artist, a few tracks of their music and interesting facts about the music scene in the BC Interior. Funding was provided for this series through a...
Brian Cleveland |
“Knowledge Hall” is produced at CFMH, local 107.3fm in Saint John, New Brunswick. This lecture series seeks to showcase speakers who are passionate about something that is not necessarily their vocation. Knowledge hall endeavors to expose the masses to subjects and interests they may not be familiar with. Throughout the series local speakers will enlighten you with their love of...
Christopher Currie |
CFRC 101.9 FM in Kingston, Ontario, welcomed campus and community radio broadcasters from across Canada to the 2012 National Campus and Community Radio Conference (NCRC), which took place from June 12-17. This year marks CFRC’s 90th anniversary. This year’s conference featured an array of stimulating workshops, provocative speakers and mind-blowing music performances. We also hosted the first ever Equity in...
Justin Ritchie |
THE EXTRAENVIRONMENTALIST broadcasts from the mindset of an outsider looking in on Earth. Such a visitor would be immediately struck by the unsustainability of our social, environmental and economic systems and would promote awareness of this predicament while drawing attention to alternatives.
CHRY News Departement |
The CHRY News Now Collective brings you weekday community news with a critical perspective covering stories on education, health & environment, independent arts & culture and social justice activism.
cjsfprog |
An exploration of Aboriginal peoples and the law in Canada which explores topics such as colonialism, Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Stephen Harper's apology, the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, the Missing Women's Inquiry, and more.
Brad Mennie |
With the help of blues and roots labels like Stony Plain, True North, NorthernBlues, Dog My Cat, Cordova Bay and many others, plus a constant influx of independent submissions, The Big Groove Radio Show has a pretty cool mix that pushes the modern blues envelope in all directions. It's forward thinking without losing it's classic blues groove.
Remy MacFarlane |
Hosted by Remington J. Osborne and Monster Mike and produced by Red Shirt Ryan, Where Monsters Dwell is your weekly dose of pop culture talk radio. Spanning such topics as comics, movies, TV and games. Bringing you live creator interviews and our own perspective on pop culture news and happenings. You can tune in LIVE around the world by visiting...
Tim McSorley |
The Montreal Media Co-op is at COP17 in Durban, South Africa. We are primarily covering the actions and concerns of grassroots and civil society operating outside and excluded from the COP17 negotiations. A particular focus is also being placed on Canada's role at COP17 - and the ongoing criticisms of its obstructionism.
janine bandcroft |
G-Radio is dedicated to social justice, the environment, community, and providing a forum for people and issues not covered in the corporate-stream media. Gorilla Radio airs live every Monday, 5-6pm Pacific Time. In Victoria at 101.9 FM, 104.3 cable, streaming live at cfuv.uvic.ca.
Irma Arkus |
A series of interview conducted on June 29th,2011 on the subject of HST in BC.
QueerFM Vancouver |
Sports, Cultural and Human Rights Conference coverage from the ENTIRE 2011 North American OutGames Broadcasts - by QueerFM Vancouver & CiTR 101.9FM
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
Weekly one-hour music program. An eclectic mix of indie rock, electronic, and hip hop. All songs are Canadian Content. Produced by Johnnie Regalado at CFUV 101.9FM in Victoria. http://cfuv.uvic.ca
Michael Brown |
Radio Actif is the francophone show that is aired on CHRW every Sunday from 9:00 - 10:00 am
Frieda Werden |
April 2011 conference organized the the Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women of Simon Fraser University: An interdisciplinary critique questioning the ways in which medicalization limits bodily and sexual diversity, constructs narrow definitions of what is sexually ‘normal’, imposes new forms of surveillance and control, serves profits over pleasures, and leads to serious physical and psychological health side?effects.
Corey Walker |
A show from the perspective of the Baha'i writings, with a focus on oneness and unity.
Jesse M. Zimmerman |
A series of in-depth interviews on international issues. This series contains a spirit of cosmopolitanism and the common struggles of all.
sarah mangle |
An interview based radio show about things people make (crafts, zines, home-made museums,films, shows and books, among other things) that are not considered fine art. We talk about the politics,ideas and stories associated with these projects. These Things that People Make most frequently features work by queer people, women,and people who work from radical feminist perspectives. Things that People Make...
walter |
This program is devoted to educating people about local food in Canada, how it is produced, processed, marketed, and sold. The human side of food is explored, especially in the greater context of our economy and society. We share the stories of vegetable, fruit, and grain growers, dairy operators, meat producers, chefs, brewers, winemakers, beekeepers, restauranteurs, and local food advocates.
Brent Holland |
Brent Holland - radio show the value of a single human being the value of a single act of kindness the value of a single idea
Boomer Radio |
Spiritual and social concepts and issues are discussed from a Baha'i perspective
Brent Holland |
Paranormal / Conspiracy Night Fright Goals • to promote Canadian authors, film makers, documentary makers, researchers, etc. those who get a fleeting 5 minutes of air time (if any at all) on commercial radio and give them a full two hours to show their stuff. • possibilities; esoteric thought; on this show 1+1 doesn't = 2, 1+1 = blue • to inspire listeners...
janine bandcroft |
From CFUV in Victoria, a bi-weekly public affairs programme focussed on peace, environment, and social justice.
Jonathan Cho |
ANNCast is the official weekly podcast from Anime News Network, the internet's most trusted anime news source since 1998. Hosted by ANN's senior staff (each with over a decade in the business), the show is a laid-back, fun and frank discussion about Japanese animation, its audience and its industry -- often revealing secrets about how things really work. Guests include...
Mina Tawadrous |
A weekly blend of soul, R&B and hip hop hosted by Nathan Ambrose. It's a smooth hour and a half (edited down), appropriate for prime time or late night
Mina Tawadrous |
FROM AUG 18TH ONWARDS - Two hours of classic blues, R&B, soul and gospel from the encyclopedic Eric Leblanc. (Edited down for time-sensitivity. No station traffic.)
Canadian Youth Delegation |
The Canadian Youth Delegation to the UN climate change negotiations reports back in this daily podcast.
culture |
Short features, interviews and docs produced by CKUT 90.3FM
David Winn |
A four-hour program of readings and music for Remembrance Day. (This "series" is divided for convenience into 4 "episodes" of about an hour each.)
Carly Forbes |
Queers in the News, a seires of news briefs about queers in the news internationally. we intentionally leave out the discourse about Celebrity Sexuality, Gay Marriage and Politicians vying for the queer votes that continue in the news, skewing the real issues facing queer communities today.
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
A weekly blend of soul, R&B and hip hop hosted by Nathan Ambrose. It's a smooth hour and a half (edited down), appropriate for prime time or late night.
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
Two hours of classic blues, R&B, soul and gospel from the encyclopedic Eric Leblanc. (Edited down for time-sensitivity. No station traffic).
Christopher Currie |
In the summer of 2010 CFRC put out a call for low-income individuals to participate in "Below the Line", a project that aimed to create sound stories about personal experiences of poverty. Participants in "Below the Line" received training in digital recording, multitrack editing, mic technique, narration and scriptwriting, as well as access to portable recorders and digital audio studios...
Jesse M. Zimmerman |
Jesse Zimmerman talks with some of the detainees of the G20 protests and strives to find out why political prisoners were taken.
CKUT News Department |
When President George W. Bush declared war on Afghanistan in 2001, his military order stipulated that captives should “be detained, and, when tried, to be tried for violations of the laws of war and other applicable laws by military tribunals.” These tribunals would later come to be known as military commissions. Thus began the saga of Omar Khadr's detention. Khadr,...
Soureh Irani |
English section: There is an interview with Persian Liberators group( Iranian Gays and Lesbians) about their organization and their political activities . Persian section: First interview with Persian Liberators. Second interview with Mr. Yanni Azami about the latest news about Iranian asylum seekers in Athens, Greece. Third interview with Mr. Armin in Turkey whose case for refugee status has been...
CKUT News Department |
18-hours of radio reflecting on 60 years of dispossession. For complete details, visit http://www.imemc.org.
Soureh Irani |
Persian New Green Movement Radio Show #25: English section: The latest news about Iranian asylum seekers in Athens, Greece by Mr. Yanni Azami. Demonstrations in 100 cities in the world against Stoning of Sakineh Mohammad Ashtiani. Helping Ms. Shiva Nazar Ahari who has been accused of Moharebeh. Persian section: Potential of possible earthquakes in Tehran and Busheher by expert, Mr....
Soureh Irani |
English section, there is an interview with Mr. Yanni Azami about Iranian asylum seekers in Athens, Greece. There is an excerpt from Aljazeera about refugees challenges in Athens. Lawyers in Canada talk about Iranian refugees. Persian section, there is an interview with Mr. Yanni Azami, Facebook reporter from Athens, Greece about Iranian asylum seekers' situation. There is a lecture from...
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
A weekly program featuring native music, guests, and culture.
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
Over the Breaks Description: A weeekly hip hop show hosted by Philip Turcotte (edited), perfect for weekends and evenings.
Soureh Irani |
Iranian asylum seekers in Athens, Greece have been in peaceful strike in front of the UN for 21 days. Yesterday, August 13, 2010 Greek police attacked and arrested them for several hours. One of them has been sewed his lips to show his protest in a desperate way.
cjsfprog |
Mark your calendars! CJSF 90.1 FM in Burnaby, B.C. will bring you in-depth coverage of special anniversaries and community-based holidays.
Soureh Irani |
English section, there is an open letter about asylum seekers in Athens, Greece. There is an interview with High Commisioner, Mr. António Guterres' and also a report about refugees' situation in Greece. Persian section, there is an interview with Mr. Azami about situation of asylum seekers and their strike in Athens. There is another interview with Mr. Asgari about his...
Soureh Irani |
English section there is an interview with Ms. Maria Rohaly, human rights activist about Ms. Saknieh Mohammadi Ashtian's campaign and also about Mr. Mohammad Mostafai, Sakineh's lawyer. Persian section there is Ms. Mina Ahadi's speech about Sakineh's International Day and a lecture by Mr. Sohrab Mokhtari about his dad's death.
Faris Chebib |
The COGScast is a compilation of interviews with various "cognitive explorers" in an attempt to get a better grasp of thinking. This show regularly features interviews with professors and researching students alike.
Soureh Irani |
English section there is an interview with Mr. Tour Irani about usage of Face book and importance of it in the green movement. Also there are Aljazeera and CNN episodes about cyber army and cyber revolution. Persian section there is a lecture by Dr. Korosh Erfani about how to organize to topple down the Iran regime. Two interviews about Mr....
Soureh Irani |
English section talks about Bahai's situation in Iran. In Persian section Dr. Korosh Erfani, the sociologist of politics talks about Iranians should be the leader of movement and also he talks about the benefit of Bazaar strike for people.
Soureh Irani |
In English section there are several different news agency about Stoning to death of Ms. Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani.In Persian section there is an intervew with Mr. Mana Neyestani, the famous cartoonist about his bravery medal.
Soureh Irani |
In English and Persian sections there are English and Persian interviews with Mr. Daryush Shokof, Iranian film maker whose film: "Iran, Zendan"(jail)has caused him being kidnapped for several days in Germany.
CJSW News |
Today in Canadian History was launched on Canada Day of 2010. Each episode of the series contains an interview with a Canadian professor, journalist, author, or “everyday” historian and focuses on a unique event or moment that took place on that day in Canadian history. To date, the series has received contributions from over sixty individuals from across Canada. As...
Mark Brill |
Bi-weekly show from the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty
Soureh Irani |
The Persian New Green Movement Radio Show is a weekly radio show performed both in English and Persian. It is about Iran human rights violations and specifically talks about presidential post-election issues which have caused turbulence there. We include live interviews with Iranian scholars, human rights activists and artists around the world. This radio show does not belong to any...
Jesse M. Zimmerman |
Jesse Zimmerman explores the diversity of Jewish identity and interviews various Jews with anti-Zionist perspectives, revealing a more diverse spectrum of Jewish opinions that particular mainstream "Jewish" organizations represent.
Mark Brill |
Weekly news & commentary
CKUT News Department |
A new collaboration bringing together reporters from The Daily (one of McGill's student newspapers) and CKUT Radio (McGill's campus-community radio station).
CKUT News Department |
This program will present people in struggles point of view directly from their community in resistance and of the people who support. This program will present ways to organize and to fight against exploitation of life : capitalism, imperialism, colonialism… We will choose most of the times to give the mic to people not present in the medias in general...
Randy Reid |
A weekly series of 100% Canadian Content music medleys showcasing an entertaining, but short blend of quality new music and independent artists from across Canada in various genres. (Hip Hop, Reggae, R&B, Contemporary, and more!) Perfect for augmenting music and spoken word programming - and creatively maintaining CanCon quotas. Each episode is program friendly offering a short 10min mix ensuring...
Gabriella SS |
Kid’s Time is a high quality children’s radio program where we play music, read stories, and talk about issues that are important to kids. We also LOVE to play stories, poems, and songs that have been written and recorded by our listeners!
CKUT News Department |
Dedicated to content which should air as part of Black History Month.
Bronwen Loden |
Speak Your Truth is hosted by members of the London Poetry Slam and airs on 94.9 CHRW on the last Tuesday of each month. Hosted by Elyse, Steph, Char and Zak, Speak Your Truth features pieces from spoken word poets from around Canada. For more information about the London Poetry Slam visit http://londonpoetryslam.ca/
Andrew Longhurst |
CiTR 101.9 FM in Vancouver is committed to providing in-depth coverage of the 2010 Vancouver Games from an alternative perspective.
Bronwen Loden |
Between the Marings is hosted by Michelle and Aegeon and is about human rights and people's persuit of "happily ever after".
Tara-Michelle Ziniuk |
This is a multi-part intergenerational panel discussion series recorded at CFRU 93.3FM in Guelph, ON. The discussions bring together lesbian and queer-identified women spanning from their early 20s to late 60s to discuss their experiences and perspectives. This panel strives to be a part of creating dialogue across generations, of honoring the activism and struggle of those who came before...
Ckut-enrpofondeur |
Tous les 15 jours Antoine nous entretien sur l'actualité politique et sociale depuis le Chili
Nicole Kindred |
BC Council for International Cooperation is excited to announce International Development Week 2010. Events will be taking place across BC and we will be profiling eight youth who are active global citizens in BC.
Stephen Patrick Clare |
The Book Club is Atlantic Canada's only all-literary radio show. Broadcast live from CKDU in Halifax on Tuesday from 1.30pm-2.30pm (AST), the 18 month-old program features book news, events, contests and interviews with a who's who of local, regional, national and international authors, poets and industry types. Past guests have included Naomi Klein, Linden MacIntyre, Diana Gabaldone, Joseph Boyden, Alistair...
Canadian Youth Delegation to Copenhagen |
30 young Canadians from across the country are travelling to Copenhagen, Denmark at the beginning of December for the UN climate change talks as members of the Canadian Youth Delegation. As well as representing the voice of young Canadians and lobbying our government for strong climate action, one of our most important roles at the conference is to link people...
Ckut-enrpofondeur |
Les Apatrides Anonymes est un groupe autonome dont les membres sont préoccupés par les politiques de contrôle sur l’immigration adoptées par l’État canadien et par le sort que réserve ces politiques aux personnes migrantes, réfugiées et sans-statut.
J Peachy |
Sound Therapy delves into the intricate world of the creative mind, interweaving great music, lively guest interviews and insightful discussion. Join host Jay Peachy, sidekick Kitt Nova and guests as they share fresh, inspiring perspectives on creative expression, issues of mental health & disability, and offer alternatives in self-care and personal well being. Sound Therapy is broadcast on CJSF 90.1...
Bronwen Loden |
London poet, performer and playwright Penn Kemp presents her eclectic literary show of readings, interviews and writing practices, Gathering Voices.
Christopher Earl |
This crazy world as seen by an od ex-yank. A weekly half-hour commentary show.
Ken Zakreski, developer |
30:00 news series with reports concerning local and regional issues.
Kevin Midbo |
Weekly one-hour interview format program about issues related to addiction, homelessness, and mental illness, including social justice stories and news segment. An initiative of Columbian Centre Society in partnership with Radio Malaspina Society (CHLY), both of Nanaimo, B.C., and broadcast Thursdays at noon (live) and Mondays at 1 p.m.(repeat) Pacific time on CHLY 101.7 FM, chly.ca, community and campus radio...
CKUT News Department |
in this series you can find material from anti Olympic perspectives, under anti-capitalist and anti-colonialist basis. we would also like to find a common thread as the acceleration is here, events or actions leading up to February 2010 that inspire and ignite others to understand, stand up and revolt. to contact us, to contribute, etc. : vanrad@hotmail.com
Simon Rose |
Health talk radio show by four 2nd year medical students. Focusing on social and cultural issues of health. Interview and discussion based. Based out of Prince George, BC
Wayne Harrett |
105.9 SEASIDE-FM's (Halifax) Krista Cook recently interview Dan MacNeil, Mayor of ourtownearth.com, the first ever social networking website of its kind - created by and for persons with disabilities, their family and friends.
Le lendemain de la veille |
Différents intervenants, tant analystes que militants et militantes des mouvements sociaux nous feront part de leurs attentes et de leurs analyses des élections municipales du 1er novembre 2009 où s'affronteront notamment les partis Union Montréal (Gérald Tremblay - maire sortant), Vision Montréal (Louise Harel), Projet Montréal (Richard Bergeron)
Gastro Girls |
Two girls interested in Gastronomy and local food explore toronto and outlying areas.
Le lendemain de la veille |
Dans le cadre de l'émission Le lendemain de la veille, diffusée à Montréal à CKUT 90.3Fm, notre équipe s'est déplacée à Caraquet pour y rencontrer des habitants de Caraquet, des visiteurs, des membres de la diaspora acadienne au Québec et en Louisiane ainsi qu'un membre du groupe 1755. Production et réalisation: Tim McSorley Philippe Morin Danielle Holyk
Steve Andersen |
Terra Informa is a weekly environmental news program produced out of CJSR in Edmonton. We typically focus on news from western Canada, but also work hard to report as many stories from across the country as possible. Run time is 29 minutes and new episodes are uploaded every Sunday evening. The show is currently in its seventh season. If there's...
Charlotte Bourne |
Open education is a collective term that refers to forms of education in which knowledge, ideas or important aspects of teaching methodology or infrastructure are shared freely over the internet. It was inspired by related concepts like Creative Commons, Open source, Open data and Open Access, and expands them to include lectures and other courseware. The Open Education Conference in...
Larry Portelance |
The CanCon Containership is broadcasted live Mondays at 3pm PST on CIVL and Fridays at 3pm AST on CHSR.
Frieda Werden |
More audio from NCRC Montreal - uploaded from CJSF
Frieda Werden |
Audio from the Women in Radio Conference at the NCRC in Montreal
Chris 'Zeke' Hand |
Howdy! A compilation of the best bits from CKUT's flagship morning programs of the previous week.
Chris 'Zeke' Hand |
Howdy! A compilation of the best bits from CKUT's flagship morning programs of the previous week.
Fireside Stories |
(Comedy) Feisty Maybelle Morton, hugging 80, delivers her homegrown radio show from her hilltop cottage at Lake WhaddyathinkImean. Each time she tries to tell her fireside story she's interrupted by an array of wild and whacky characters. It's Maybelle's unique musings, relationships, and local events that are the real stories from Lake WhaddyathinkImean. Stories that endear us to its humanity,...
Frieda Werden |
Interviews and recordings related to the vote on MLAs and referendum coming up May 12 2009. Air before May 12 2009.
Ryan Fletcher |
A weekly folk music program with live music performances each week. The program begins with a 30 feature guest performance and interview, then 30 minutes of cd reviews or an interview with a local not-for-profit group. And then the second hour is a live in studio song circle with 4 local musicians performing live in tandem.
Travis Sanderson |
consumerism
Ryan Fletcher |
A program exploring and promoting the topic of sustainability, tune in to learn about the sustainabilty movement and discover all kinds of ways to be sustainable.
CKUT News Department |
A weekly round-up of grassroots news from across Canada and beyond.
CKUT News Department |
A weekly round-up of independent, grassroots news from across Canada and beyond.
Charlotte Bourne |
Open Mobile is a day of case studies and sessions designed to bring together artists and technologists, as the leaders in the mobile space illustrate and highlight their work, prototypes and proven mobile technologies and experiences. Open Mobile was presented as part of the 2008 New Forms Festival in Vancouver.
Charlotte Bourne |
Jumpstarting the Public Sphere: Information Policy Issues for the 21st Century
The Information Policy Committee of the BC Library Association presents a conference about net neutrality, media concentration, telecommunications policy, TILMA, access to information, and intellectual property.
CKUT News Department |
A weekly round-up of independent, grassroots news from across Canada and beyond.
UMFM Music Department |
?Radio for People Who Want to Change the World,? Alert is weekly public affairs program that presents a diversity of voices and topics not often heard on mainstream media. Alert is a project of Canadian Dimension magazine.
tamara herman |
The Hidden News on CFUV
UMFM Music Department |
?Radio for People Who Want to Change the World,? Alert is weekly public affairs program that presents a diversity of voices and topics not often heard on mainstream media. Alert is a project of Canadian Dimension magazine.
Jordan Poppenk |
The Green Majority is a weekly one-hour environmental news program produced live at CIUT FM in Toronto. The show is made possible by dedicated volunteers from CIUT and partner stations across the country. Broadcasters may be interested in our: 1) high production values; 2) focus on Canadian environmental news events; 3) educational mandate; 4) friendly cast of diverse personalities; and...
CKUT News Department |
This program will present people in struggles point of view directly from their community in resistance and of the people who support. This program will present ways to organize and to fight against exploitation of life : capitalism, imperialism, colonialism… We will choose most of the times to give the mic to people not present in the medias in general...
tamara herman |
In May 2008, military counterinsurgency efforts in Chiapas, Mexico escalated with a rise in military convoys, bases and interventions in several communities. This series was recorded in Chiapas, Mexico in June, 2008.
CHRY News Departement |
Part of CHRY's Anti-Apartheid Frequencies special programming.
Francophonie Express |
A weekly show about French music around the world including interviews and new releases. The show is in French and is approx. 25 minutes long.
Gerald M Hubley |
Rocket To Russia is a Punk Rock show stationed at CKDU 88.1 in Halifax. Featuring artist spotlights, interviews, and the re-occurring "Celebrity Punk Rock Top 10" segment with a multitude of guests including George Tabb, Ian Mackaye, Ted Leo & others, Rocket To Russia is blazing a trail for groundbreaking & exciting later-day punk rock radio in Canada.
Charlotte Bourne |
Bridging media is an event designed to open the channels of communication between the broadcast and digital media communities. The aim is to increase the understanding of each of the respective industries and strengthen the approach in building multi-platform projects. THE GOALS: * Help to open the communication between the broadcast and digital communities. * Find solutions to the misunderstanding...
Jon Steinman |
Produced and recorded in the studios of Kootenay Co-op Radio in Nelson, British Columbia, Deconstructing Dinner has been designed to dispense and discuss current food issues. The program assists listeners in making more educated choices when purchasing food either for the kitchen or at restaurants.
Charlotte Bourne |
Every May, Asian Heritage Month celebrates the diverse culture and achievements of Asians. The Canadian government has officially recognized Asian Heritage Month since 2002.
CKUT News Department |
As we approach the 5th anniversary of the war in Iraq this March, CKUT's Montreal Sessions will be taking every tuesday of this month between 3 and 5pm to talk to Montreal musicians and knowledge producers about the ways in which they have been affected and seek to effect in this time of war. Themes we will be dealing with...
Charlotte Bourne |
From February 19 to March 11, 2008, the Vancouver Public Library hosts a lively exchange of ideas and discussion at Speak Up 2008: My Virtual World, where participants explore the role of technology in our lives. Expert panelists representing a broad range of perspectives on technology in the virtual and real worlds address four key aspects of e-activity: Online Privacy,...
CKUT News Department |
Within this special documentary, CKUT Radio explores a critical issue of our times: A little matter of genocide. You've seen the coverage of Darfur, calling for you and everyone's army to intervene in the conflict now. But what of the similarities between Darfur and conflict in Iraq? Can we even compare these two conflicts? Does the way in which the...
Frieda Werden |
Audio from events held around Vancouver between March 1 and March 8, 2008, around IWD issues and celebrations
Frieda Werden |
Pieces about homelessness recorded in Vancouver Area in 2007.
Charlotte Bourne |
Pieces collected for broadcast every February with a particular focus on the Black Canadian experience
james haarp |
join host James Haarp when he converses with mind control victim Steve about his experiences. Is Scientology a cult or religion?
CKUT News Department |
No One Is Illegal Radio broadcasts live on the first Thursday of every month, from 5-6pm (EST), as part of “Off the Hour", produced in collaboration with the commnunity news collective at CKUT. We're at 90.3 FM in Montreal, and www.ckut.ca on the web. Our show is also uploaded every month, with bonus audio and extended interviews; updates at http://nooneisillegal-montreal.blogspot.com...
Toma Grubb |
Living for the health of it is a weekly show on CHLY 101.7 FM. our show is available for syndication to other stations
CKUT News Department |
NO ONE IS ILLEGAL RADIO is a monthly news and current affairs show on CKUT 90.3 FM, community radio in Montreal, produced and hosted by members of the No One Is Illegal-Montreal collective on the first Thursday of every month, on Off-the-Hour from 5-6pm. NO ONE IS ILLEGAL RADIO brings you voices from the frontlines of the movements for the...
CKUT News Department |
This is a series of reports sent from the No Borders Camp (2007) on the US Mexico border at Calexico/Mexicali. These reports were produced by Seth Porcello with support from CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal and the Quebec Public Interest Group.
Tom Richmond |
Will Adam is riding his bike across Canada on his bike, to support fundraising of the MS Society of Canada. He has lived and worked on Amherst Island Ontario, home of CJAI-FM, Canada's smallest radio station, and was briefly a volunteer there. There will be multiple episodes recorded as he reports in.
Frieda Werden |
Raw audio (later to include produced audio) from the Simon Fraser University's Interfaith Summer Institute event July 5, 2997. Dorothy Christian, organiser and moderator.
James Louis Terral |
World Report is a 10-13 minute weekly segment that gives a Canadian perspective on international affairs and international development issues. It won the 2007 NCRA Award for Best Newscast.
Gerald Horne Report |
History Professor and Social Commentator speaks to host Norman Otis Richmond every Saturday on CKLN's main news program Saturday Morning Live for approx 25 min on a range of Topics from the so called War On Terror to To Social disruption in Africa
chris |
A series of interviews with Guelphites demonstrating for aboriginal rights on June 29th 2007
culture |
Short features, interviews and docs produced by CKUT
South Asian Community News - C |
SOUTH ASIAN COMMUNITY NEWS is a bi-monthly 1 hour radio program produced by members of the south asian community in Montreal, Canada, for community radio CKUT 90.3FM. It is a forum about local and global issues affecting south asians. We are supporters of social justice and will strive to bring you voices from the community. To send your comments, get...
CKUT News Department |
A four-part radio series on racial profiling and police brutality. Stay tuned for Part 2 , Wednesday, March 28th between 5-6pm on CKUT 90.3fm.
Jon Steinman |
The history and content of spoken word programs at Kootenay Co-op Radio has symbolized the diversity of individuals and cultures living within this community. The Spoken Word Collective was formed to celebrate and strenghten this important medium of expression, one through which information that is not otherwise found within the mainstream media, can be shared with others. Content of programs...
Frieda Werden |
Segments recording at protests against unveiling the 2010 Olympic countdown clock in Vancouver
Jennifer Moore |
While I'm working in Ecuador with the Latin American News Agency (ALAI), I will be recording interviews on an ongoing basis with people who are active within the social and indigenous movements here in order to gain their perspectives on the recent election of President Rafael Correa, the establishment of a Plurinational Constituent Assembly and the ongoing struggles that people...