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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.
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