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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,...
Moz Taylor |
Now in its 15th year on-air, Jazz Boulevard is a weekly program available in full two-hour and abridged one-hour formats. Each show is a mix of the latest releases from musicians out in the clubs today, classic tracks from yesteryear, and a sprinkling of Blues, Roots, and World. The show is hosted by Moz Taylor, whose B. Mus. degree 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...
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...
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.
Ivan Emke |
This weekly 30-minute show is a chance to talk with farmers, food producers, chefs, consumers, thinkers, gardeners, hunters, processors and many others about our relationship with food. The show focusses on the situation in Newfoundland and Labrador, but there are a number of interviews over the season with farmers and food producers from Iceland as well, for comparison.
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!
Moyo Ofulue |
It is another sizzling episode of Hot Tea With Moyo. Listen to fine tunes and sounds from Africa and news from in and around Africa.
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...
Lawson Hunter |
EarthMatters examines the impacts we have on the environment and the natural world around us. Seeking solutions, reporting on news and events, presenting positive alternatives, and highlighting the steps others are taking to mitigate reckless and destructive development, this program aims to increase your Ecological Intelligence, to encourage you to Think Globally, Act Locally, and to inspire you to join...
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...
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.
Barry NCRA |
This new industry focued podcast is for NCRA/ANREC members (Staff, Board, Volunteers) who are interested in keeping up to date with the newest inforation and training around the country. Themes for the podcast include: Interviews with industry people Clips of speeches and presentations Training ideas and best practice to try at your station Funding opportunities Industry News and upcoming events...
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...
Simon Landry |
#########OCTOBER 14th 2018: WE ARE SORRY TO ANNOUNCE THAT DYES HAS ENDED.######### Join Dr. Deena Hamza and Dr. Simon Landry as they discuss what’s happening in Canadian science, the policy that governs it, and everything in between.
Nicholas Cooper |
This is an infrequent music series played on SMK, The Sentinel's Marvellous Kaleidoscope, in which its host and programmer, Nicholas Cooper, travels back into the progressive-fusion-alternative music's past, listening to classic, obscured and forgotten works. These shows are curated and scripted by Nicholas' father, Paul Cooper, through which Nicholas was first exposed to progressive music in the first place!
CHMR FM Music Department |
A weekly program focusing on writing and literary culture in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Write Project features interviews with NL-affiliated authors as well as panel discussions on themes relating to writing and publishing.
CHMR FM Music Department |
From opium poppies to sleeping pills, from sucking to infusing, from insomnia, anemia, auto immune diseases and beyond - we discuss the threads that led to current trends and research in medication therapy. Listen to The Med Thread monthly, as we sew a patchwork quilt with squares of history, mythology, research, sciences and technological advances. The show is produced by...
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