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Native Solidarity News

is not currently scheduled.

Native Solidarity News has been a fixture on CKUT’s airwaves since 1996. NSN’s primary focus has been to shed light on the issues facing Canada’s Indigenous peoples as well as the beauty of Indigenous culture. NSN has been bringing Indigenous radio-activism to the airwaves for over 20 years and will continue to do so for many more years. NSN is currently produced and hosted by Irkar Beljaars, a Mohawk journalist from Montreal. On air Tuesday evenings, 6pm.

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The Morning Detour

on CKUT 90.3 FM Friday 7:00-9:00.

Every Friday, from 7:00-9:00am, with their vibrant energy and sanguine personalities, the hosts of The Morning Detour (Wizzy Moonchaser, & So-Kay) are on a mission to keep you current with the urban culture. From the discussion of current issues, news, community events, initiatives within the black community etc. to a sprinkle of the latest rap, R&B and trap music (brought to you by resident DJ RG Music), this is a morning show that will leave you uplifted, excited to be a Montrealer and charged up for the day.
Tune-in to The Morning Detour on Friday Morning After because this is a “detour” that you’re actually going to enjoy taking…

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Tuesday Morning After

on CKUT 90.3 FM Tuesday 7:00-9:00.

The Tuesday Morning show is an arts, culture, news and music magazine show airing 7:00-­9:00am every weekday morning. The Morning After is produced by a collective of volunteers who organize together to create exciting, engaging, alternative programming by mixing music and interviews to inspire and inform waking listeners. The Morning After is open to all members of CKUT and is the ideal place for volunteers to get hands-­on experience as hosts, technicians and producers.

Tune in with the current Tuesday morning hosts Scott and Oz, for left of the dial radio, spanning musical selections, Arts & Culture reporting, and interviews.

Looking for a song you heard? We post them to the spotify playlist below, @Ckut.Tuesday





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The Empower Hour

on CKUT 90.3 FM Thursday 7:00-9:00.

The Empower Hour is what you need to get your day started every Thursday morning from 7am-9am.  Not only will the show entertain, enlighten, educate, and empower you, but it will add a burst of positivity to the pre-start of your weekend. 

With Thierry Lindor delivering in World News, community updates and OFC Business zone brought to you by Pharaoh Freeman and Jeena the Great, entertainment news with Queen Kiyah, coffee conversations with Miss Trish, and the show’s diverse flow, each segment will keep you engaged for what’s coming next. 

Dj Bobby Payne brings the musical vibes to the show, from old school to new school: hip hop, r&b, reggae, soca, and more, with a guarantee to have you moving in your seat. 

Whether you’re on your way to work, school, doctor’s appointment, or just need a boost for your day, the Empower Hour is where you need to tune into for your weekly dose of inspiring Melanated excellence.

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Le Lendemain de la Veille / Monday Morning After

on CKUT 90.3 FM Monday 7:00-9:00.

Le Lendemain de la veille est l’édition francophone des Morning Afters, émissions matinales diffusées deux fois par mois en alternance avec The Morning After sur les ondes de CKUT 90,3 FM, de 7h00 à 9h00.

Culture, actualité, musique, vélo, société, littérature, histoire, politique, psychologie, international, communauté, médias et bien plus!

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The Monday Morning show is an arts, culture, news and music magazine show airing 7:00-­9:00am every other weekday morning. The Morning After is produced by a collective of volunteers who organize together to create exciting, engaging, alternative programming by mixing music and interviews to inspire and inform waking listeners. The Morning After is open to all members of CKUT and is the ideal place for volunteers to get hands-­on experience as hosts, technicians and producers.

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Wednesday Morning After

on CKUT 90.3 FM Wednesday 7:00-9:00.

The Morning After show is an arts, culture, news and music magazine show airing 7:00-­900am every weekday morning. The Morning After is produced by a collective of volunteers who organize together to create exciting, engaging, alternative programming by mixing music and spoken word creatively to inspire and inform waking listeners. The Morning After is open to all members of CKUT and is the ideal place for volunteers to get hands-­on experience as hosts, technicians and producers.

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Upstage

on CKUT 90.3 FM Thursday 18:00-19:00.

A longstanding talk show about Montreal’s theater scene and performance arts in general. Each week showcases reports, interviews and other features from montreals leading perfomance artists, directors and event organisers that are not reperesented in the mainstream artisic outlets. With your hosts Delicious Eric, Sarah Deshaies and the Comedy Corner with hosts Katelynd Kuhar .

Thursdays from 6pm - 7pm

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Dromotexte / Pirate Bloc Radio

on CKUT 90.3 FM Thursday 20:00-21:00.

Spoken word recordings and poetry receive very little air play on the radio and Dromotexte is one of a handful of such venues in North America. Spoken word, literary, artistic text­based audio, recordings played back­ to ­back with comments. Hosted by Fortner Anderson

Dromotexte airs on Thursday nights at 8pm (except the first Thursday of the month)

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PIRATE BLOC RADIO

Pirate Bloc Radio is a collaborative radio project between Eastern Bloc and CKUT. It is dedicated to emerging digital/media artistic practices, and how technologies influence society. The content of this broadcast will contain interviews, artistic performances, and public interventions.

Pirate Bloc Radio airs every first Thursday of the month at 8pm

“Since 2007, Eastern Bloc has been at the forefront of digital art dissemination, promotion and production in Quebec. The vision at Eastern Bloc is to explore and push the creative boundaries situated at the intersection of art, technology, and science, as well as all other emerging digital practices. Hybrid processes and new modes of production are at the core of the centre’s mandate, as is to support the work of emerging artists by providing them with an exchange platform with more established artists, through initiatives of a local and international scale. Eastern Bloc promotes audience participation, technological democratization, and the utilization of urban space via public intervention projects. Innovative in its nature, Eastern Bloc, through emerging artistic and technological practices, continues to advance a critical stance with regards to these many evolutions.” Eastern Bloc

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