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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.
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