Tune into CKUT 90.3 FM on Tuesday May 15th, 2018, for special international broadcast dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the ongoing Palestinian Nakbah and resistance to Israeli Apartheid. Radio Free Palestine (RFP) will launch at Midnight (Eastern Standard Time) to air 24 hours of programming from radio stations and producers across 5 continents.
CKUT will be broadcasting live from Montreal’s oldest Black Church, Union United Church on Mother’s Day Sunday May 13th from 11am to 1pm. Tune in for live Gospel music with a special Mother’s Day choir led by Kim Sherwood and interviews about this historic Church and its role in the Montreal Community. Hosting this special broadcast are Christopher Heron host of Mind Soul and Spirit and Pat Dillon Moore host of Bhum Bhum Time .
This month, If You Got Ears’ host Ida Hex is dedicating two hours of high energy content to female identifying and non binary artists. Bringing you techno, rap, stomach-churning music and everything in between, along with very special guest mixes.
SUPER FAST AND FURIOUS.
VISIBILITY IS KEY.”
Tune in every Wednesday noon - 2pm in May or catch it on the archives
CKUT will be broadcasting live from the Anarchist Bookfair Saturday May 26th from 2pm - 4pm.
The Anarchist Bookfair will take place in two buildings across from each other in Parc Vinet:
- Centre d’éducation populaire de la Petite-Bourgogne et de St-Henri (CEDA), 2515 rue Delisle
- Centre Culturel Georges-Vanier (CCGV), 2450 rue Workman
A short walk from Lionel-Groulx metro.
Two days: Saturday, May 26 & Sunday, May 27
From 10am to 5pm on both days
No gods, no masters, no bosses, no borders.
CKUT will be broadcasting live from 2 - 4pm and present a panel discussing 30 years of Community News Programming on CKUT. In honor of CKUT’s 30th Anniversary we will be looking at the evolution of the news department. On the panel will be past coordinators of the department who will be discussing the approach and objectives of the department in the time that they participated. The discussion will be about 30 years of community activism, how we used radio as a way of engaging communities and facilitating social change. We will be looking at the numerous issues the department has covered over the years and reflecting on the struggles and successes of community radio activism. Join us at the bookfair, tune in or catch it on the archives.