The Morning After Shows: Weekdays, 7-9AM!

  • The Monday Morning After - listen to past shows here.

Tune into Monday morning after for a documentary on Prison Poetry Workshop features voices of Etheridge Knight, James Depp, Dwayne Betts,Ira Smith and more. We also hear part 2 of the speach given by doctor Vandana Shiva at North Centennial Community Centre In Winnipeg as well as an interview by CKUTs Amélie Phillipson with Sakura Saunders on the issue of Protest Barrick Gold

  • The Tuesday Morning After - listen to past shows here.

This Tuesday, we feature an interview from the Blue Metropolis festival. Anne Malcolm spoke with Jane Eaton Hamilton, the winner of this year’s CBC Short Story Prize, about her career as a writer, her life as a lesbian activist, and the inspiration for the winning story, “Smiley.”

After Democracy Now!, Micah Langer talks to the organizers of Noisesundae, a biweekly experimental concert series at the Plant. It’s a loving look at both the artists who participate and the unique space where they perform. Plus This Week In Palestine, Jeffrey Mackie, and Dragonroot, as always.

  • The Wednesday Morning After - listen to past shows here.

Tune into the Wednesday Morning After (May 14, 7-9AM), we bring you coverage from la Marche des Peuples pour la Terre Mère, a 34 days and 700km. They are working against tar sands pipeline projects in Québec. The group is headed for Kahnawake Mohawk territory. We bring you the first of a series of interviews brought to us by Rose Marie Whalley with women involved in the civil rights movement who are still living in the deep south and engaged in anti-racism work. Then headlines from Democracy Now!, **resident freestyler Dan Parker raps about Democracy Now!, and Moving Picture Radio.

  • Le Lendemain de la Vielle - listen to past shows here.

Demain matin, de 7h à 9h, le collectif du Lendemain de la Veille est avec vous! On débute, comme d’habitude, avec les suggestions de lecture en bulles de Ramon.

Saviez-vous que le jeudi 1er mai est la journee internationale du travail? Cette année la Coalition des Luttes Anticapitalistes de Montreal organise une manifestation partant a 18h du Parc des Faubourgs. La CLAC a organise une conference de presse mardi pour presenter le contexte et le but de la manifestation. Amélie nous en parle.

Par la suite, elle nous présente sa discussion avec Dominique Peschard, president de la Ligue des Droits et des Libertes, du reglement 500.1 qui restreint severement le droit de manifester a Montreal. Et pour finir, en deuxième heure, juste après Democracy Now, Julie reçoit en studio Jacques Kirouac du 24 heures de science et sa porte-parole Marie-Pier Élie pour parler de la 9e édition d’un l’événement phare de la toile culturelle scientifique au Québec! Ne manquez pas les suggestions culturelles de Marie-Eve, qui sera à l’animation cette semaine à nouveau!

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  • The Friday Morning After - listen to past shows here.

Tune in to Friday Morning After (March 14th, 7-9 AM) for an Israeli Apartheid Week special: a panel on Re-imaging Apartheid.

This week’s Friday Morning After - on air from 7am to 9am - will be bringing you previews of the Demonstration and March against racism, colonialism, and the proposed Charter of Values, taking place on Friday at 6pm at Metro Mont-Royal, as well as the Study in Action week hosted by QPIRG McGill. Under the Weather, our weekly climate justice series, spoke with Professor Kevin Manaugh on urban transport and sustainable cities. At 8am, we will be airing Democracy Now!, headlines as usual. And to end the hour, we have a special prose and poetry special brought in collaboration with the McGill Daily and the Veg Literary Magazine. We will be hearing from local writers about what inspires them and also readings of work that will be published next week.

Check CKUT’s website daily for regular updates on programming from The Morning After Shows. The Morning After Show is an arts, culture, news and music magazine show airing 7-9AM every weekday morning.