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Pat Dillon-Moore Interviews Leslie Norville of Black Life (CBC)
Pat talks with filmmaker Leslie Norville about her new project Black Life: Untold Stories, an eight-part documentary series that reframes the rich and complex histories of Black experiences in Canada, dispelling commonly accepted myths and celebrating the many contributions of Black Canadians.
Pat Dillon and Howard “Stretch” Carr Reflect on Black History Month
The two CKUT titans discuss Black History Month and what it means in Quebec, how community events take on a different meaning during BHM, doubts about the lasting effects of a one-month event, Montreal's new Black police chief, and Stretch emceeing a fashion show back in the day.
West Indian Rhythms – Interview with Pat Dillon-Moore
CKUT titans Howard Stretch Carr and Pat Dillon Moore reflect on over 30 years of Community outreach through their respective radio shows, West Indian Rhythms and Bhum Bhum Tyme.
Howard “Stretch” Carr Hosts Pat Dillon-Moore on West Indian Rhythms
Everyone wants to get on their shows. Now we have the opportunity to hear from them.
Pat Dillon Interviews Jeremy Harding (Former CKUT Host DJ Genius) About Music Life in Jamaica
Former CKUT Station Manager Pat Dillon-Moore catches up with Jeremy, who is currently a lecturer (reggae in the digital age) at the University of West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica.
Oral History with Former Station Manager Pat Dillon Moore
As part of the 30th Anniversary Oral History special programming we interview Pat Dillon Moore aka The Dreadhead, aka The Empress, aka Sistah P.
West Indian Rhythms – Egbert Gaye Memorial Broadcast
Host Howard "Stretch" Carr, Gemma, Pat Dillon, and a Zoom room full of well wishers pay emotional tribute to the recently passed Egbert Gaye - the beloved founder and managing editor of Community Contact, a long running newspaper by and for Montreal's english-speaking Black community.
Bhum Bhum Tyme Discusses Racial Profiling
Pat Dillon aka Sistah P speaks with Reverend Gray, discussing the student strike, Trayvon Martin, and being ticketed for being black in Montreal.
CKUT has been based at our current location at 3647 rue University since 1996. Here’s a look at CKUT’s on-air studio, circa early 2023: — The studio sends audio all the way up to the transmitter on top of the mountain, to the transmitter: Here’s a few studio memories from our archives: […]