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.)
Audio Smut is a sex-positive, queer-positive community radio show about sex, personal storytelling, erotic daydreams, fears, kinks and fantasies that airs on CKUT 90.3FM (www.ckut.ca),
the first Wednesday of every month from 6-7pm
OWL (Older Women Live) are true trailblazers. The group’s founders wanted to empower older women by giving them a voice in the media and demystifying technology, so they created their own show that addresses a wide range of issues.
OWL airs every 2nd Wednesday of the month 6-7pm
IN THE MOTHERHOOD
In the Motherhood features women discussing the lives of mothers and general issues of parenthood from the feminist perspective in Montreal and beyond. The show features news, music, arts and current affairs involving feminist approaches to family life and much more.
Every third Wednesday of the month 6-7pm
Spitfiyah is a monthly collective radio show broadcasting from Montreal every last Wednesday of the month on CKUT 90.3 FM. Spitfiyah! breathes the lives of women and colour in Montreal. The show focuses on feminism from women of colour perspective is a prime example of programming produces by and for the community itself. It has been on the air for over a decade.
Every fourth Wednesday of the month 6-7pm
The ffiles (fka XX Files) is an intersectional feminist media collective grounded in community radio. Through innovative programming, the collective produces work that explores our current technological landscape in the broadest sense. Their work reflects an interest in themes that center around but are not limited to transmission practices, sound healing, electronic music discourse, noise, techno-feminisms, the voice, and much more.
The collective hosts a weekly radio show on CKUT 90.3 FM every Wednesday at 11:30 AM EST, as well as a monthly show on Montreal’s N10.AS. They also program and present live audio-visual performances, artist talks, pirate radio installations and DJ sets.
The ffiles is committed to validating and disseminating the voices and work of artists who face systemic barriers as a result of their race, sexuality, gender, lifestyle, class, ability. Through their programming, the collective seeks to create space for marginalized artists within the local scene, while mindfully trying to resist processes of tokenization and commodification in their efforts to participate in and contribute to anti-oppressive community networks.
Started by Deborah VanSlet and Kathy Kennedy, The ffiles first aired in 1996. In 1997, Valérie d. Walker joined the show that she will fuel for over 16 years along with co-hosts Anita Cotic, Bérengère Marin-Dubuard. In 2010, she welcomed Britt Wray. In 2011, the co-hosts Maia Iotzova and Maya Richman, and in 2014, Stéphanie Dufresne, aka Fanie de la Fresne, Amanda-É. Clément and Nnedimma Nnebe, aka The Urban Dweller.
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.
Venus Radio works to bring you feminist, queer, female, trans, and gender non-conforming perspectives through music. We want to combat and address patriarchy as it impacts the music industry, both mainstream and beyond. Our primary objective is to celebrate music of all genres and all forms of artistic expression by women, queer people, and gender non-conforming folks on our show, as well as through our blog, events, outreach, and partnerships.