NCRA Program Exchange - Main Page RSS of the most recent programs EN-ca Mon, 10 Dec 2018 02:18:59 EDT Tue, 10 Jun 2003 09:41:01 GMT NCRA Program Exchange (Magnus Thyvold) (Magnus Thyvold) Modern Jazz Today - Episode 149 Holiday Edition 10 Dec, 2018 || 4:35:01 || Today's Modern Jazz Improvisors, Creators and Tastemakers || 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. WINGS #34-18 A History of Vibrators 9 Dec, 2018 || 0:28:44 || One of the first electrical appliances ever marketed || In 1999, historian of technology Rachel Maines published The Technology of Orgasm: "Hysteria," the Vibrator, and Women's Sexual Satisfaction. By 2011, this history had spawned a documentary, a play, and a feature film. Program features a humorous but scientific talk by Maines, followed by excerpts from a press conference about Hysteria. Tune-Up with Deb 2018-12-08 9 Dec, 2018 || 0:25:35 || Winter Driving Tips || Old Parlour Radio 515, December 09, 2018 9 Dec, 2018 || 0:59:00 || "The Night Before the Night Before Christmsa" | "Christmas Caroling at the Gildersleeves" || DR JOHN LUTZ - Victoria in the Steps of the Transformers - Indigenous and Settler Spaces 8 Dec, 2018 || 1:28:44 || DR JOHN LUTZ - Victoria in the Steps of the Transformers - Indigenous and Settler Spaces || Victoria is a storied place with many layers. For example, few are aware that Xehals, the great transformers of the Coast Salish world stopped here as they “made the world right” -- creating parts of Victoria’s landscape still visible today. In this UVic Café Historique talk, historian John Lutz takes us on a tour of some the places where Indigenous and colonial transformers did their work and explores some of the legacies. Victoria will never look the same to you. Celt In A Twist December 9 2018 7 Dec, 2018 || 0:58:32 || Canada's Contemporary Celtic Radio Hour || Afro Celt Sound System debut The Migration Melody part of an hour's migration around the Celtic world with stops in Portugal, Spain & Denmark. worldbeatcanada radio december 8 2018 7 Dec, 2018 || 1:00:00 || exciting contemporary global music alternative to jukebox radio || Synth-Psych from Andalucia fronts 14 tracks of global goodness incl. Punk Rocksteady fr. Mad Caddies, Mariachi el Bronx and Sarazino. The Mix Sessions with Seán Savage 7.12.18 7 Dec, 2018 || 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 Walkuman Style #218 7 Dec, 2018 || 0:59:48 || Salute Stan Lee and Dynamite Kid || (1.) Grade AA - Penpals ft. Pete Flux (2.) Wisdom - Allah Preme (3.) What Would You Do - Black Moon ft. Sean Price (4.) F.A.M.I.L.Y. - Finale (5.) Black Tea - Lookira ft. Unknown Kadathe (6.) Dangerous Ground - Method Man ft. Streetlife (7.) T.O.O.L. - Raw Wattage ft. Large Professor (8.) Just Live - All City (9.) Miles Away - Black Lion ft. Janel Sherise (10.) Nothing More - Pete Rock & Deda (11.) Threat - Jay-Z (12.) Vibez Don't Lie - Mz Boom Bap & Ill Conscious ft . Omnia Azar (13.) Drop A Jewel - Theo3 ft. Big Soze & DJ Grouch (14.) Count Em Up - Masta Ace & Marco Polo ft. Lil Fame (of M.O.P.) (15.) Sit Yourself Down - O.C. & PF Cuttin (16.) Tapestry - Tha Third I (17.) Lady OTT - Made Wade (18.) Midnight Soul - Says Who? "Soldier Statesman" or Criminal War Profiteer? A People's History of George H. W. Bush 7 Dec, 2018 || 0:59:31 || BUSH connections with Nazis, Bin Ladens, narco-trafficking; overview of record in power || On this week's Global Research News Hour, on the occasion of the recent passing and funeral of the 41st president of the United States, George Herbert Walker Bush, we present a portrait of Bush's background and criminal activities, largely missing from current discourse over the late president's legacy. Guests include Florida based freelance journalist John Buchanan, who, in 2003, revealed for the first time archival documents proving the financial connections between Bush's father Prescott and a key supporter of the Nazi war machine during WWII. Our second guest, Professor Michel Chossudovsky, discusses President Bush's own unwholesome connections with criminal figures, including the Bin Laden family (via the Carlyle Group) and the Mexican Drug cartels, via his family's relationship with the Mexican president known to be linked with the drug trade. Finally, Stephen Lendman, a writer, journalist, and past broadcaster presents his overall take on President Bush's criminal record in the context of what he calls 'dirty politics' in America and abroad. Handi-Link 7 Dec, 2018 || 0:29:45 || PKU, Suicide Prevention, law || This program focuses on disability issues. Host Cam Wells will explore all sides of this comparing and contrasting with able bodied life. Jazz Boulevard Radio Show 7 Dec, 2018 || 2:55:28 || Show #754 Week of DEC 07 2018 || > CanCon friendly ... award-winning weekly syndicated radio show on-air since 2004. A weekly blend of the latest releases from musicians out in the clubs today, classic jazz tracks, Blues, World, and Acid Jazz. Available in full 2-hour and abridged 1-hour formats. _____ "For the longest time I thought I would be stuck in the 50's and 60's – that is, until I found your show; your music selections are simply beautiful.” E.H. Edmonton, Alberta _____ "Let me suggest my favorite jazz ... 'Jazz Boulevard' – awesome mix across the spectrum, check it out – promise you won't be disappointed.” A.K. Australia _____ "Just a word to tell you that your show is just essential! ... an addiction in my life!” C.B. Montreal Quebec. _____ "This radio broadcast is a gem of a find ... Can’t get enough of the show.” R.G. Pennsylvania, USA _____ 2009 SOBA AWARD: BEST ENGLISH COMMUNITY RADIO SHOW OF THE YEAR Ear Candy - Episode 160 7 Dec, 2018 || 0:58:00 || Upbeat Pop and Rock Songs || Playlist - * means Cancon Beck & Call - July Talk* Body and Soul - Tori Amos Spiderweb - Joan Osborne Gold - The Beaches* Mind Over Matter - TUNS* Rhyme O'Clock - Wordburglar* Vienna - Billy Joel Trying My Best To Love You - Jenny Lewis Babooshka - Kate Bush Bright Night Flowers - Jon Fratelli Knights of Malta - Smashing Pumpkins Broken Boy Soldiers - The Raconteurs Fashionable People - Joel Plaskett* Baby, Scratch My Back - Whitehorse* Routes & Branches & Beyond, show # 59 6 Dec, 2018 || 1:00:00 || Welcoming December Quietly || Sometimes a month kind of slips in, rather unnoticed. In this case, December emerged without much notice, since it had seemed like it was December now for several weeks already. In honour of that quiet entry, I play a set of tracks, on the quiet side, that include December in the title. Folk Roots Radio Episode 413: feat. The O'Pears & More Songs About Winter 6 Dec, 2018 || 0:59:17 || The O'Pears chat about their wintery new album "Stay Warm" plus more recent songs about winter. || We celebrate the start of winter on Episode 413 of Folk Roots Radio with an interview with Toronto based vocal trio The O'Pears who have just released a lovely winter themed second album “Stay Warm”. We also stay with the winter theme as we check out music from Allison Lupton, Kenneth Paul Cooper, Kim Moberg, Sofia Talvik, Bob MacLean, David Lamotte and Katey Laurel. Folk Roots Radio Episode 412: feat. Carly Dow & More New Releases 6 Dec, 2018 || 0:58:45 || Carly Dow discusses her new album "Comet" plus more of the best new releases. || Episode 412 of Folk Roots Radio features an interview with banjo toting Manitoba based roots singer-songwriter, Carly Dow, who sat down with us at the 2018 Folk Music Ontario conference to chat about her great new sophomore release "Comet". We also check out more of the new music we've received including new releases from Caribou Run, Davie Furey, David Milton, Rachel Beck, Jesse Matas, Craig Bickhardt, Ben Heffernan and Abigail Lapell. NewFound Records - Ep. 492 - Christmas with Joan, Ray and Dick 6 Dec, 2018 || 0:55:00 || Vinyl records by Newfoundland & Labrador's pioneer recording artists. || A full episode of seasonal delights from the three oldest commercial Christmas LPs in the NFR library. Yesteryear’s ‘Queen of Newfoundland Country Music’ JOAN MORRISSEY does her rendition of the biggest selling Christmas single of all time; The Bell Island boy RAY MCLEAN sings a few covers of Charlie Pride numbers from the early ‘70s, and ‘The Godfather of Newfoundland Country Music’, DICK NOLAN, teams up with his five year old daughter BONNIE LOU for a rare duet on Gene Autry’s #1 hit from 1949. And there’s lots more too from Joan, Ray, and Dick. Nocturnes 56 5 Dec, 2018 || 0:54:43 || Music for nighttime listening. || Playlist - *means Cancon Sing Me A Song - Cowboy Junkies* Hell On - Neko Case Rember Me, Serenity - Elevator* Wasted - Mazzy Star Anti-Pioneer - Feist* The Undertaker - Fiver* The Wedding Dress - Mark Lanegan The Duke of Supernatural - Monster Magnet Because I Can - Concrete Blonde When The Angels Make Contact - Matt Mays* Angel - Depeche Mode Christiansands - Tricky Zombie War - SIRR Retrospect 60s Garage Punk Show episode 341 5 Dec, 2018 || 0:57:05 || 60s garage rock podcast || More global 60s garage Cheeze Pleeze # 754 A CP Christmas 2018 Show 2 of 4 5 Dec, 2018 || 0:29:36 || Our second Christmas show brings you more chrstmas cheeze with a bit of more crazier then || usual shenanigan drama. First, Snarfdude likes to "embellish" a few goings on inside the bunker, while Daffodil gets on Santa's naughty list for many years after this show...for'll have to listen....don't's cleaned up for the little ears!