NCRA Program Exchange - Main Page RSS of the most recent programs EN-ca Thu, 22 Apr 2021 15:27:39 EDT Tue, 10 Jun 2003 09:41:01 GMT NCRA Program Exchange (Magnus Thyvold) (Magnus Thyvold) Trax Report April 23-26 22 Apr, 2021 || 1:40:02 || Trax Report April 23-26 || Top 30 Country Songs in Canada Jazz Boulevard Radio Show 21 Apr, 2021 || 4:51:30 || Show #878 Week of APR 23 2021 || 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 3 Formats: One Part ... 2-Hour Show Two Part ... 2-Hour Show (2 segments of 58:00) Abridged 1-Hour Version _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ "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 _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ Cheeze Pleeze # 878 21 Apr, 2021 || 0:29:34 || We profile one of the most controversial TV talk show hosts... || ..because he put out a music it and listen! some odd instrumentals, and a SNL member who can sort of actual can sing and likes to party, is our chart topping cheezy for the week! The Charts! 21 Apr, 2021 || 0:59:47 || Ep 115 This Week's Top 15 Canadian Albums || Lots of new entries to The Charts plus a few "re-returns"! Godspeed You! Black Emperor, CFCF and Sook-Yin Lee with Adam Litovitz are new this week; Kacy & Clayton and Barry Paquin Roberge have returned after a hiatus from the top 15 while Bernice, Kiwi Jr and more juggle for pole position. Great stuff! Indie Beat featuring The Carbons 21 Apr, 2021 || 0:56:29 || 28 min feature of The Carbons plus 28 min of Western Canadian indie music mix || 28 minute feature (includes interview and songs) of The Carbons, a 3 piece groove rock band from Kelowna who have shared a stage with The Trews, Royal Tusk & Pop Evil and who have just released a new single, plus tracks by Fortune Killers, The Deep Dark Woods, Year of the Wolf, Northern Royals, Small Town Artillery, Wooden Horsemen, Scenic Route to Alaska and Wise Youngblood PLEASE NOTE, DUE TO HAVING FRACTURED MY HUMERUS AND TORN MY ROTATOR CUFF OVER THE HOLIDAYS, I WILL CONTINUE TO HAVE TO RUN REPEATS FOR THE NEXT FEW MONTHS. APOLOGIZE FOR INCONVENIENCE AND THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF INDIE BEAT Rodney King lawyer on George Floyd, Derek Chauvin 21 Apr, 2021 || 0:24:52 || Rodney King lawyer on George Floyd, Derek Chauvin || Today we cover the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict in the killing of George Floyd and hear from a civil rights lawyer, who represented Rodney King, about the long history of police violence in America against Black people. Deep Threes for 4/21/21 21 Apr, 2021 || 0:58:00 || Music beyond boundaries for a digital world! || This week's show features music by Ramin Djawadi, Groundtruther + John Medeski, Matt Jorgensen and more... Retrospect 60s Garage Punk Show episode 464 20 Apr, 2021 || 0:57:52 || 60s global garage rock || Psychedelia Deep Cuts - OS 5 JOTAS, SOUND EXPEDITION, NIHILIST SPASM BAND, SERPENT POWER and more from around the world Girlie So Groovie -- Episode #1049 20 Apr, 2021 || 1:58:07 || Girlie So Groovie -- Episode #1049, April 19, 2021 || Girlie So Groovie dubs itself as, "The only show dedicated to the women who rock and to the listeners who love them!" This award-winning weekly radio program gives stage to pioneering and contemporary female and non-binary musicians across multiple genres including rock, punk, rap, hip hop, R&B, blues, jazz, electronic, country, alternative, indie-rock and so much more. 1013 - Amplified Radio Network Show (Hour 2) 20 Apr, 2021 || 0:58:00 || 50% CANCON-Underground House and Tech House. || The Amplified Radio Network brings you the best in House and Tech House music from around the world. Each 58 min show (part 1 & 2) is 50% CanCon and can be played individually or together in a 2 hr block with room for PSA's. IF YOU HAVE DOWNLOAD PROBLEMS ON THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE SHOW DIRECTLY FROM OUR SITE: 1013 - Amplified Radio Network Show (Hour 1) 20 Apr, 2021 || 0:58:00 || 50% CANCON-Underground House and Tech House. || The Amplified Radio Network brings you the best in House and Tech House music from around the world. Each 58 min show (part 1 & 2) is 50% CanCon and can be played individually or together in a 2 hr block with room for PSA's. IF YOU HAVE DOWNLOAD PROBLEMS ON THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE SHOW DIRECTLY FROM OUR SITE: $10-a-day child care and a big-ticket budget 20 Apr, 2021 || 0:25:59 || $10-a-day child care and a big-ticket budget || After two long years, the Liberals have finally delivered a federal budget and boy is it a big one. Today we dissect the biggest ticket items, from a national child-care plan to a bucket full of green future promises with help from CBC’s Vassy Kapelos. Social movements and radical legal support organizing 20 Apr, 2021 || 0:28:13 || Movement lawyer Irina Ceric talks about radical legal support organizing in North America. || Talking Radical Radio Radio — Social movements and radical legal support organizing By Scott Neigh on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 Irina Ceric is a lawyer and a criminology instructor at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Surrey, BC. Since the 1990s, she has mainly used her legal expertise in social movement contexts and in doing radical legal support organizing. In the last few years, she has also done important research into how such organizing has happened in North America over that time. Scott Neigh interviews her about her own movement lawyering, about radical legal support organizing, and about what her research has found that might be useful to movements today. Ceric was radicalized at the beginning of the 1990s while growing up in Toronto, by the first Gulf War and by the siege of Kanasatake. In late high school, through university, and after, she participated in a range of grassroots social justice, Indigenous solidarity, and anarchist organizing. At some point along the way, she decided that she wanted to go to law school. She wasn’t exactly sure what she wanted to do with that – she thought maybe environmental law, or defending activists in some way, but she didn’t really know. She happened to be in law school at the same time that the global justice movement erupted into public visibility in the Global North, with the action against the World Trade Organization summit in Seattle in November 1999. As in earlier generations, this movement upsurge was accompanied by new formations doing movement-oriented legal work – in the case of the global justice movement, this took the form of legal support collectives. Ceric plunged into this work. Among other things, she was involved in founding the Common Front Legal Collective in Toronto, which later evolved into the Movement Defence Committee, which still exists. She has been active as a movement lawyer and heavily involved in collectives and networks doing radical legal support work ever since. In the course of that work, she collected boxes full of printed material and numerous electronic files produced by legal support collectives across the continent. When she decided to begin researching and documenting this area of organizing work, this ad hoc movement archive was an important starting point. She also did a series of interviews with people who had participated in legal support organizing over the years. Though this work did lead to her PhD dissertation, completed last year, her motivation was primarily to look at the work of these collectives in a way that might be useful to movements. She was also inspired to do this research by the realization that relatively little had previously been written on the topic. There is a considerable literature on movement lawyering, but it focuses largely on lawyers in particular, and on efforts to use lawsuits and other legal mechanisms to proactively make change. In contrast, legal support collectives tend to be involved in responding to repression and criminalization, where movements have no choice but to engage with the legal system due to arrests or other actions by the state. One important element of the work is organizing direct support. That can involve things like setting up a phone line for activists to call from jail, going to bail hearings, making sure people have support when they get out, and facilitating collectively organized defence campaigns. Crucially, Ceric argues that in the face of state repression, good preparation in advance by legal support collectives and effective work after the fact can play an important role in preventing, or at least minimizing the extent to which repression demobilizes movements. As well, legal support collectives usually include both lawyers and non-lawyers. Indeed, Ceric found that the role played by non-lawyers was often crucial – their somewhat different positioning both with respect to movements and with respect to the law gave them a different perspective from which to theorize what they were doing, and a different kind of freedom to act than lawyers, even committed movement lawyers. Another key role played by legal support collectives is popular education about the law. This involves doing workshops and trainings, and producing educational materials. This work helps activists and organizers understand the law and policing better in a practical sense, so they can make better decisions about action. And it can help them develop a better political analysis of the law and how it works. Legal support collectives can also be an important space for movements to theorize about policing, courts, and the state. This can involve building up expertise in particular cities, say, about how protest policing is done locally. And, Ceric said, “There’s also this very radical kind of prefigurative approach to law that is visible in radical legal support organizing that I think goes far beyond what legal scholars do even in their most radical critiques of the state and the law.” Talking Radical Radio brings you grassroots voices from across Canada. We give you the chance to hear many different people that are facing many different struggles talk about what they do, why they do it, and how they do it, in the belief that such listening is a crucial step in strengthening all of our efforts to change the world. To learn more about the show, visit its website here: You can also follow us on Facebook or Twitter, or email scottneigh[at] to join our weekly email update list. Talking Radical Radio is brought to you by Scott Neigh (, a writer, media producer, and activist based in Hamilton, Ontario, and the author of two books examining Canadian history through the stories of activists. Ich mag es in der Dose 19 Apr, 2021 || 0:52:53 || Cheap German Pils || Ich mag es in der Dose @holsten_brauerei @benediktiner_weissbraeuhaus @einbecker_brauhaus @veltins @GaffelKoelsch @koenigpilsener #germanbeer #beer Co hosts : Good ol Boy Dave, Good ol Boy Kendall, Good ol Boy Mike, Good ol Boy Sean, and Good ol Gal Julieanna SUDS Episode – We know the burning question you have, what is the best cheap German pils? We know you like it in the can, German Style. Germany is the beer buckle of the world and has made lots of great beer for a long time. Lactose Lager, let’s just start protesting in advance of this horrible idea. We really don’t condone the use of child labor, often, except when it comes to cleaning the lager fermentation tanks. We taste and rate the following beer from 1-5: 11:04 Astra Urtyp- Pilsner 4.9% ABV Holsten-Brauerei AG Altona-Nord, Hamburg Germany SUDS-3 14:22 Benediktiner Hell – Helles Lager – 5% ABV Benediktiner Weissbräu Ettal, Bayern Germany SUDS-4 17:35 Einbecker Brauherren Pilsner – 4.9% ABV Einbecker Brauhaus Einbeck, Niedersachsen Germany SUDS-4 26:15 Veltins Pilsner – 4.8% ABV Brauerei VELTINS Meschede, Nordrhein-Westfalen Germany SUDS-2 37:20 Gaffel Kölsch – 4.8% ABV Privatbrauerei Gaffel Becker Cologne, Nordrhein-Westfalen Germany SUDS-2 47:45 Konig Pilsener – 4.9% ABV König Brauerei Duisburg, Nordrhein-Westfalen Germany SUDS-3 @sipssudssmokes Sips, Suds, & Smokes™ is produced by One Tan Hand Productions using the power of beer, whiskey, and golf. Available on Apple & Google Podcasts, PRX, Spotify, Podbean, Soundcloud, and nearly anywhere you can find a podcast. Check out Good ol Boy Dave on 60 Second Reviews Kendall decided that this is more entertaining than German Soap Opera on TV. His beer blog is: Enjoying that cool new Outro Music, it’s from Woods & Whitehead – Back Roads Download your copy here: The easiest way to find this award winning podcast on your phone is ask Alexa, Siri or Google, “Play Podcast , Sips, Suds, & Smokes” Revolution Rock - Episode #878 19 Apr, 2021 || 3:52:21 || Revolution Rock - Episode #878 || Revolution Rock focuses on 60s garage rock, 70s punk/new wave, surf, alternative, indie and new/old music within those genres. The Sentinel's Marvellous Kaleidoscope - Show 199: Simbiosis - 04/19/2021 19 Apr, 2021 || 1:57:04 || Looking inward and beyond at progressive, fusion and alternative sonic styles, near and far... || 2-Hour music radio program | pre-recorded broadcast Audible Observations (Playlist): TUNS: In Another Life from Duly Noted [2021 / murderecords] Nathaniel.mp3: Funky Flamingo from Flamingo [2021 / self-release] Eine Kleine China: Lupus in Fabula - Single [2021 / self-release] Super Duty Tough Work: The Famine from Studies in Grey [2019 / ATC/Ten Steps] Black Nile: Gumbo, First Serving - Second Serving - Third Serving from The Further Side [2020 / World Galaxy/Alpha Pup Records] CAAPI: Eclipse from Eclipse [2021 / Cuchabata Records] KERUB: Rise from GOLEM (EP) [2020 / self-release] SlowPitchSound: Simbiosis - Stuck In A Moment Short And Sweet - You Betta Change (ft. Distant Dust) from Distant Dust EP [2020 / self-release] Hex-A-Decimal: Escapisms - Purple Green Color from We questioned everything. [2020 / self-release] AMC Gremlin: Sloucher’s Basement Speakeasy from Melonville [2020 / Wildlife Sanctuary Sound] Shahrazi: shehehe from she/they/zameen [2021 / self-release] Ana Roxanne: Suite Pour L’invisible from Because of a Flower [2020 / Kranky Records] Blue Light: Anyone’s Moon - Single [2021 / ULTRA] Wallace: The Pleasure Dome - Single [2020 / self-release] Clara Engel and Bradley Sean Alexander: Presence from Ghost Bird [2021 / Polar Seas Recordings] Bachelard: [Track 2] from Double Life EP [2020 / self-release] Hymns57: Marina of Horta - Time Slips from Torschlusspanik [2021 / Elan Vital] Modern Jazz Today - Episode 272 19 Apr, 2021 || 4:44:55 || 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. Latin Waves interviews author/educator Dr Darren Lund 19 Apr, 2021 || 0:28:04 || Humanizing education so that it sustains learners in times of chaos || Latin waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with Darren Lund, author of The Great White North? Exploring Whiteness, Privilege and Identity in Education. They speak about humanizing education so that it sustains learners in times of chaos. Resilience and hope are cultivated by actions. Likewise a world with justice is co-created daily by our commitments to act and to cultivate cooperation and wholeness. How despite COVID social movements like Black Lives Matter and Idle No More have only grown stronger. Jeffery Robinson - The South, Slavery & the Lost Cause 19 Apr, 2021 || 0:57:00 || Jeffery Robinson - The South, Slavery & the Lost Cause || The Lost Cause is rooted in the South’s search for justification and the need to find a substitute for victory in the Civil War. In attempting to deal with defeat, the South created an image of the war as a noble epic fought by brave men. The war, the mythology goes, wasn’t about preserving slavery it was about Southern values. Monuments to Confederate soldiers and the naming of military bases not only glorifies militarism but are everyday reminders of white supremacy and the subordination of slaves. Slavery, free labor for centuries, created huge wealth for the plantation master class. To heal and repair we need an honest accounting of history. Some monuments have come down and military bases may be renamed. We can’t continue to mythologize the past. Fit to Eat Season 2 Episode 8 19 Apr, 2021 || 0:30:00 || Adam the Lonely Cheesemaker || Have you ever felt that you were alone? Like, the only one in a whole province? A one-person economic sector? This week on "Fit to Eat" we meet the only commercial cow's-milk cheese maker in Newfoundland and Labrador - for almost 10 years running now! I chat with Adam Blanchard of Five Brothers Artisan Cheese about small business, local food, collaboration, patience, why his cheese isn't orange (since orange milk is too hard to get) and leading-edge research that indicates cheese prefers hip-hop music. Cut off a chunk of Logy Bay Jack and join us.