03/26/2012Tune into New Shit today from 3-5pm
03/13/2012This week, a panel discussion reflecting on last month’s homophobic attacks on a queer student at MacDonald Campus.
Join our guests, Professor Carrie Rentschler - Director of the Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies and
This morning, CKUT was excited to present the results of Greening McGill’s Ecolibrium Radio Residency - a one hour show produced by members of Greening McGill, one of McGill’s oldest environmental groups.
03/09/2012Tune in to CKUT’s Off the Hour (Monday to Friday, 5 to 6pm) for regular audio updates on the Quebec Student Strike.
Listen! What’s that? The Quebec Student Strike is still happening? You bet it is. Tune in for the latest news from the student movement in Quebec!
Tune in Thursday March 8th from 6 to 7 pm for the Montreal Life Stories Rencontres series.
The launch be aired live from the Oral History Museum of Montreal.
Be sure to tune in and listen to CKUT’s coverage of the events taking place at various locations throughout the city of Montreal during the month of March 2012.
The CKUT News Collective and the Blue Print Radio Project invite you to tune in for Off the Hour and Native Solidarity News tomorrow for a special broadcast on the systemic violence facing Indigenous women in Canada.
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February 22-23, 2012
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02/01/2012Tune into The Montreal Sessions this month to check out the psych pop leanings of Jordan Robson Cramer.
Spectral Migration is the name of his radio residency which will feature lots of local music and live bands in studio!
The Montreal Sessions is a monthly artist-in-residency program.
01/20/2012EVERY OTHER FRIDAY @ 5pm: THE HARPER BAZAAR, A REVIEW OF CANADA’S CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT
The Harper Bazaar is CKUT News Collective’s Bi-weekly exploration of the Canadian Conservative government’s actions in Canada and beyond. Past shows have included reports on changes to Canada’s health care system, the rewriting of Canadian history, an interview with the Parliamentary Budget Officer, Immigration policy, and more.