NCRA Program Exchange - Main Page RSS of the most recent programs EN-ca Fri, 15 Dec 2017 20:15:34 EDT Tue, 10 Jun 2003 09:41:01 GMT NCRA Program Exchange (Magnus Thyvold) (Magnus Thyvold) Targeting North Korea: Can a Nuclear War be Averted? 15 Dec, 2017 || 0:59:02 || Conversations with Michel Chossudovsky & Carla Stea on confrontation on North Korea || As tensions and military armadas build up in the Korean region, we take a look at the pre-texts for war, the prospects for a nuclear confrontation, and what can be done to back humanity away from the precipice. Guests include Professor Michel Chossudovsky of the Centre for Research on Globalization, and Carla Stea, the Centre's correspondent at the United Nations. S2E8-Christmas in Pang 15 Dec, 2017 || 0:51:08 || We talk to a teacher and students in Pangnirtung, nunavut || Santa doesn’t have to go far to reach the children of Pangnirtung, Nunavut. For this very special holiday episode, we chat with A.J., Jasmine, Sheila, Steven, Rhoda, Tasha, Sipula, Myra, and Phoebe along with their teacher, Jonny Lush, from their school in the small community on Baffin Island. From their favourite holiday traditions, to the most popular bands in Pang (as the locals call it), join us as they answer our questions, share their talents, and open our eyes to the things they love about where they live. Jonny also shares his experiences as a teacher raised in the South but living and working in the North. An Indie Beat Christmas! 15 Dec, 2017 || 0:56:29 || Favourite memories & Christmas songs shared by Western Canadian independent artists || Favourite memories & Christmas songs shared by Andrew Allen, Big Little Lions, Blu & Kelly Hopkins, Nat Jay, Olivia Penalva, Ryan McAllister, Shaughnessy Rose, The Matinee, Tiger Moon & Twin Kennedy! NewFound Records - Ep. 443 - Mary Lou Collins 15 Dec, 2017 || 0:00:00 || Vinyl records by Newfoundland & Labrador's pioneer recording artists. || On this episode, NewFound Records profiles the lady who is arguably Newfoundland & Labrador's most successful entertainer ever! This St. John's girl was 'discovered' locally by Uncle Harry Brown of VOCM radio when she was just 10 years old. Soon, MARY LOU COLLINS became Newfoundland's first child recording artist (1956). Within a few years, local jazz legend Ralph Walker was mentoring her. Mary Lou quickly exhausted opportunities to advance her singing career in St. John's. So at age 20, she hit the best supper clubs and hotels in Toronto, and throughout Canada. She quickly rocketted to fame, singing on Canada's top TV shows - Juliette, Tommy Hunter, & Wayne & Shuster. Next, Mary Lou hit the stage & TV screen in the U.S., where her star continued to rise. She sang on The Merv Griffin & Joey Bishop TV Shows, and she was paired with Red Buttons, Jack Benny, George Burns, and Bob Hope... the top entertainers in the U.S. NewFound Records proudly presents Sing Happy - THE MARY LOU COLLINS STORY. The show features Mary Lou's music, and along the way you'll hear excerpts from an interview done in October, 2013. NewFound Records - Ep 442 - Christmas Time Again 15 Dec, 2017 || 0:55:00 || Vinyl records by Newfoundland & Labrador's pioneer recording artists. || (Air date: Dec. 23, 2017) A brand new Christmas program for 2017 featuring Newfoundland & Labrador’s pioneer recording artists. On the turntable are Dave Panting, Kelly Russell, The Wiseman Brothers, Dick Nolan, Dick Gardiner, Don Jamieson and more. NewFound Records - Ep 441 - Choral Christmas 15 Dec, 2017 || 0:57:30 || Vinyl records by Newfoundland & Labrador's pioneer recording artists. || This episode of NewFound Records features Christmas recordings by Newfoundland Choirs from the vinyl era! You'll hear The Choir of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist (St. John's), The New Generation Singers (Gander), Our Lady of Mercy Glee Club (St. John's), and The Holy Redeemer Church Choir (Spaniards Bay). (encore presentation – originally aired December 27, 2014) RVF 2016-2017 - Week 71 - CICK 15 Dec, 2017 || 0:27:58 || This show talks with two young English speaking teachers in Southern Ontario || This show talks with two young English speaking teachers in Southern Ontario, one looking to learn French as an opportunity to further her career in the teaching sector. The other, having learned French speaks about her experiences as an Francophile teacher in the English schoolboard. Episode 354: Sultans Of String's Chris McKhool & More Folk Roots Radio At Christmas 15 Dec, 2017 || 0:57:50 || Sultans of String's Chris McKhool and more new independent seasonal music. || Join us for another hour of original seasonal music by independent artists. We’re also including an interview with Chris McKhool, the leader of world music combo, Sultans Of String, who talks very enthusiastically and engagingly about their new spin on seasonal music, “Christmas Caravan”, which really attempts to bring something new to holiday standards many people see as tired, boring and rather predictable. So here it is. Stoke up the fire, pour yourself some egg nog, settle down in your favourite chair and enjoy! RVF 2016-2017 - Week 70 - CKUW 15 Dec, 2017 || 0:27:58 || Barney Morin tour around St Boniface in Winnipeg, Manitoba, home a vibrant Franco-phone community || Let host Barney Morin tour you around St Boniface in Winnipeg, Manitoba, home a vibrant Franco-phone community. Settle in for a frank and honest discussion about the state of francophonie in both French and English. RVF 2016-2017 - Week 69 - CJAM 15 Dec, 2017 || 0:28:00 || Comprised of three interviews with three people from three different parts of the world || For RVF 2016-17, this show is comprised of three interviews with three people from three different parts of the world with three stories in the francophone mosaic. Mariam Nadi discusses her experiences as a Muslim Francophone whose family came from Lebanon. Jean Paul Gagnier is a Francophone who grew up in Southern Ontario and is a superintendant for the French Catholic School Board and discusses his work and background. Randall Irshick is a Francophone who grew up in Montreal and in Windsor whose family comes from India. The Mix Sessions with Seán Savage 15.12.17. 15 Dec, 2017 || 1:56:00 || Underground electronic music mixed and curated by Seán Savage. || Mixed and curated by Seán Savage, The Mix Sessions is a global gathering of music fans every week bringing you the best underground electronic music around including Electronica, Trip Hop, Drum & Bass and Deep House. This show is 50% CanCon (12 songs of 24). If you are playing the show on your station please let me know so we can add you to our social media promotions. If you have any problems downloading the show here then please go to to download the show directly from our portal Episode 354: Folk Roots Radio at Christmas 15 Dec, 2017 || 0:59:17 || A very special holiday season edition of Folk Roots Radio || It’s time for a very special holiday season edition of Folk Roots Radio. Join us for some thoughtful and insightful holiday music programming – featuring mostly new self-written songs, and if they’re not original compositions, well let’s just say the artists concerned definitely take them a little off the beaten track. Enjoy! RVF 2016-2017 - Week 68 - CHMR 15 Dec, 2017 || 0:27:58 || A feature of resources and supports in Newfoundland and Labrador for those wanting to learn French || Newfoundland Bilingual Singer/Songwriter Colleen Power with some resources and tips for parents of children learning French, and for adults wanting to brush up on the language. Featured in the program are French For Life, Le Club du samedi, and La Rose des Vents Chorale. Halifax Is Burning :: December 12, 2017 15 Dec, 2017 || 0:54:44 || The best independent music in Atlantic Canada || This week: We get into the Christmas spirit with a song about Home Alone, hear tracks from Halifax artists living in Montreal, and we dig into some other outlets’ Best of 2017 lists to see which Atlantic Canadian acts & ex-pats made the cut. 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, 2016, and 2017. Halifax is Burning airs live on CKDU 88.1FM every Tuesday night from 6:30pm-7:30pm, and is available on demand at Classical Afternoons - Episode 54 15 Dec, 2017 || 1:56:40 || A Selection of Selections || Tracklist (Title/Artist/Duration): - Walt Whitman Overture / Gustav Holst / 7:34 - Alcyone / Maurice Ravel / 25:15 - Six Epigraphes antiques / Claude Debussy / 14:39 - Violin Concerto No.3 I. Allegro / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart --- - Illustrationen / Johann Strauss II / 13:26 - Symphony No.2 I. Largo - Allegro moderato / Sergei Rachmaninoff / 24:26 - Isle of the Dead / Sergei Rachmaninoff / 19:48 Ear Candy - Episode 113 14 Dec, 2017 || 0:57:59 || Upbeat Pop and Rock Songs || Playlist - *means Cancon Back of My Heart - The Beaches* Americanarama - Hollerado* Red White and Blues - Brendan Benson The Main Pretender - Ty Segall Minister of Rock 'N Roll - Lenny Kravitz Victorian Machinery - Red Hot Chili Peppers Stolen Hearts - Blitzen Trapper Already Great - Neil Young* Cold Coyote - Mike Trask * Pretty Thing - Mo Kenney* Sweat It Out - Paper Lions* We're Off You Know - Klaatu* Mrs. Vanderbilt - Paul McCartney Could You Wait Till I've Had My Coffee - Lisa LeBlanc* Spiderweb - Joan Osborne Hipsters Hate Us EP 75 14 Dec, 2017 || 0:58:27 || An Open Format Music Show. Britpop, Electronica, Hip-Hop, Alternative Rock, and Canadian music || SETLIST FOR THIS WEEKS SHOW OF "Hipsters Hate Us" 1) The Ramones - Do You Remember Rock'N"Roll Radio 2) Lowest Of The Low - Powerlines (Canadian) 3) Alvvays - Your Type (Canadian) 4) Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - Be Careful What You Wish For 5) Arctic Monkeys - Fake Tales From San Fransico 6) Sound Drown - Runaway (Canadian) 7) Chief Keef - Text 8) Lil Durk - Pick Your Poison 9) Busty and The Bass - Up Top (Canadian) 10) Washed Out - Floating By 11) Terekke - Mix 91 12) Math Class - Hot Milk (Canadian) 13) Glue Trip - Lucid Dream 38% Canadian Content. 20 Min Spoken Word 05 A City Gentrified 14 Dec, 2017 || 0:35:16 || Vacation housing and defensive architecture are featured in this episode that puts a spotlight on ge || This episode of Full Circle explores the ongoing gentrification and urbanization of the downtown core.. CFUV correspondent Myles meets with blogger Stephen Harrison, of Needs More Spikes fame, about instances of defensive architecture that go widely unnoticed by the public. CFUV investigates the controversial regulations for short-term vacation rentals proposed by the City. Content in the program was produced by CFUV's Podcasting Production Team. Music in this piece was composed and performed by Podington Bear. This program is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada. 04 Indigenous Resurgence and Innovation 14 Dec, 2017 || 0:33:04 || Indigenous initiatives share their stories with CFUV and explain the trailblazing work they do to ke || This episode of Full Circle spotlights Indigenous culture, and the work being done in Indigenous communities to keep a vibrant way of life thriving. CFUV speaks to Gaye Smith and Linda Lucas, two associates working with Indigenous Caregivers of BC and Indigenous Perspectives Society respectively, to address the great work being done by Indigenous Caregivers of BC. Tiffany Joseph explains her work with the SENCOTEN Language Nest, where young children are immersed in the language of the WSANEC people. Content in the program was produced by CFUV's Podcasting Production Team. Music in this piece was composed and performed by Podington Bear. This program is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada. 03 A Foodies Paradise 14 Dec, 2017 || 0:54:31 || CFUV visits a native plant garden, chews on advice from a local food writer, and explores the link b || This episode of Full Circle takes a bite out of the cultural mosaic of food in Victoria. CFUV heads to LAU WELNEW Tribal School in WSANEC territory to take a tour of PEPAKEN HAUTW, a native plant garden and restoration project. Elizabeth Monk of EAT Magazine sits down with CFUV to give some tips and tricks for eating out on a budget in Victoria, along with some of her own personal history as a food writer. CFUV correspondent Max investigates the claims that avocado toast is causing millennials to go bankrupt by going to the source: Victoria's favorite brunch spots. Content in the program was produced by CFUV's Podcasting Production Team. Music in this piece was composed and performed by Podington Bear. This program is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.