06/12/2012Help us bust out the SILVER ANNIVERSARY BLING
There are a lot of ways that YOU can lend a hand:
• Help us re-connect with all our alumni. Tell us your name, the years you participated with CKUT, your show, etc.
• Send us any photos you may have relating to CKUT’s history. We can scan them if necessary.
From the Music Department:
Check out this neat collage-style video LouEase made for the Suoni Sessions ad that’s playing on our radio waves these days! Tune in to the Suoni Session this afternoon (3 to 5pm) to hear Maica chat up Jen Reimer and Max Stein after their performance at the Suoni Per Il Popolo festival yesterday.
This Monday, June 11th, join host Parker Mah for a special edition of World Skip the Beat!
This week’s clip is a choice moment from Radio Resistance on Off the Hour (May 31st).
Host Steve Duvalsaint talks with activist Wagner Pierre in Haiti about Haitian solidarity with the Quebec student strike.
From Haiti to Quebec - solidarity!
Radio Resistanz - Grassroots news and views on Haiti - airs on the last Thursday ofevery month from 5-6pm on CKUT.
Tune in today from 3-5pm for the first episode of the Suoni Sessions, Suoni Per Il Popolo’s June long residency on The Montreal Sessions with hosts Catherine and Maica of Maica Mia.
Today’s show will feature lots of local music, including many artists performing at this year’s Suoni fest, and a live performance by Maica herself. Don’t miss it!
This Tuesday CKUT is teaming up with the St-Ambroise Montreal FRINGE Festival and Headless Goat Productions to present Old Time Radio Theatre.
Tune in to CKUT 90.3 FM on Tuesday June 5th at 8:30 PM to hear a classic episode of «Suspense» performed live on the air by a cast of talented actors replete with live sound effects.
May 22, 2012
Photo by Phil M - InstragramThe number of arrests at student demonstrations across Quebec continue to increase and CKUT wants to provide you with some recommendations.
What you should know if you get detained by the police at a student demonstration:
Not to be too maudlin or anything but this byte from yesterday’s episode of AACK (airs on CKUT Fridays 3 - 5pm) needs to be shared. First Donald Dunn, now dear Donna Summer. Butcher T’s Noon Time Cuts also did a great tribute to Donna at the top of his show.
Here’s a tasty sound byte from Free Kick’s most recent show (May 13th) featuring Booker T. & the M.G.’s. and kind words for renowned American bassist Donald “Duck” Dunn, who passed away this past Sunday.
Free Kick is a weekly freeform musical mix hosted by Swan & Dave. It airs on CKUT every Sunday from 11 am – 1 pm.
CKUT was voted #1 radio station in Montreal in the Montreal Mirror’s Best of Montreal readers› poll.
This week’s chosen clip aired live in the wee hours of Thursday night and needs little explaining.
Take a couple minutes out of your day to listen to the guys of Listen You Smell Something? expound on the wonders of human civilization, aliens, UFOs and, well, Mars Attacks.
05/03/2012Native Solidarity News will be airing Radio NAHO for three Tuesdays in a row - May 8th, May 15th and May 22nd. Tune in on those dates from 6 to 7 pm!
What is Radio NAHO? Radio NAHO is a six-part radio series on First Nations health created by the National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO).
Each episode focuses on health issues from a holistic perspective, with an emphasis on prevention.
May’s Montreal Sessions are brought to you by Cyan and Dan Melon!
We’re calling it MUTEK SESSIONS because the two will be focusing on the programming of this year’s MUTEK festival. Expect rad guests and music selected by two folks with excellent ear for the best in electronica every Tuesday in May from 3-5pm.
On Tuesday, May 1st, tune in to CKUT as we celebrate Mayday, International Workers Day, and a day marked around the world as a celebration of social struggles for dignity and liberation.
The next Blue Print radio show will take place on April 25th from 5-6 PM.
Be sure to tune in for an exploration of what gendered violence looks like in various communities and contexts in Montreal.
During this show, Blue Print will be featuring the perspectives of the youths at South Asian Women’s Community Centre (SAY) and the Inter-Tribal Youth Centre (ITYC).
We’re excited to present the most recent Ecolibrium Radio Residency. This month the animal rights group Animal Liberties has been working hard to put together a episode on a variety of issues such as factory farming, phosphorous use in Canada, and more!
The archived show can be found here.
This week we’ve chosen to highlight a clip from the April 22nd edition of Bhum Bhum Tyme (every Sunday, 4 to 6 pm) - a show that has been on CKUT’s airwaves since 1992!
Listen below as Sista P chats with Reverend Gray about racial profiling in Montreal.