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
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)
Out of Lines is a monthly program dedicated to the visual arts. Featuring interviews with artists, curators, art historians, etc. Discussions about local exhibitions.
Airing on the first Thursday of each month from 2 to 3pm.
TREYF is a debatably Jewish podcast. Recorded at CKUT 90.3fm in Montreal (on occupied Kanien’kehá:ka territory) in the shadow of the cross of secularism, Sam Bick and David Zinman reflect on the political discussions that are happening , and not happening in North American Jewish communities.
Lesbo-Sons est une émission de radio communautaire, animée bénévolement par Nathalie Di Palma les 1 iers et 3 ièmes lundi du mois sur les ondes de CKUT 90.3 FM, 19h.
Lesbo-Sons a été mise en ondes il y a plus de 20 ans. Au départ elle s’est nommée Funky Gouines, ensuite La Ballade des Furies et est devenue Lesbo-Sons. La Station de radio communautaire de l’Université McGill fait une grande place aux diversités sexuelles.
Dykes on Mykes Provides an exclusive and essential service to the dyke community in Montréal by being one of the only lesbian radio programs. Focuses on a variety of news, current affairs and artistic events involving montreal lesbian community and beyond.
Dykes on Mykes airs on the 2d and 4th Monday of the month from 7- to 8 pm (It alternates with Lesbo-Sons.)
TREYF is a debatably Jewish podcast. Recorded at CKUT 90.3fm in Montreal (on occupied Kanien’kehá:ka territory) in the shadow of the cross of secularism, Sam Bick and David Zinman reflect on the political discussions that are happening , and not happening in North American Jewish communities. It airs on the 4th Thursday of every month.
COHDS’ radio program, O Stories, showcase the work of our affiliates and guest speakers. Shares stories of struggle, war, genocide and more, from a learning based personal perspective.
COHDS is Concordia University’s Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling
Welcome to LegalEase: where we broadcast the law broadly. The LegalEase collective is comprised of law students from McGill University.
Tune in live the second Friday of every month from 11am-12pm.
It Could All Be So Simple
It Could All Be So Simpleairs live every 3rd Friday of the month. It is a show that delves into the ups and downs of relationships with our partners, our parents, our children, our work, our communities, our earth, our bodies, our universe and everything in between.
What is it that keeps us connected?
What makes us disconnect?
What makes them work?
Why are they often so hard?
And could they all be more simple?
Prison Radio has been on the air in Montreal for more than nine years. Prison Radio seeks to confront the invisibility of prisons and prisoner struggle, by focusing on the roots of incarceration, policing, and criminalization, and by challenging our ideas about what prisons are and the people inside our jails.
Prison Radio is dedicated to programming that is directly collaborative with people who are currently incarcerated. This is in the interest of forging stronger ties between incarcerated and non-incarcerated people, ensuring that prisoners have direct control over their representation, and that our understandings of prisons be informed by those who live inside their walls.
Prison Radio is on air the second Thurday of every month from 5-6pm and the fourth Friday of every month from 11am-12pm.
Alternates with No One Is Illegal and Labour Radio on Thursdays.