This past Sunday Promoting Latin American culture in Spanish & English since 1989, with your hosts Rommel Cajavilca, Daniel Lara, Sergio Martinez, Paloma Soto, et al.
CKUT is sad to announce the passing of Ross Harvey on July 5th 2023. Sunday nights remain the place to get your fix of Bluegrass & Country on CKUT – for this we thank you Ross. Our condolences to all.
Lire un nouveau article de Radio-Canada sur Raymond Laurent.
Music and conversation around issues affecting youth and a special commemoration of Nicous D’Andre Spring, artist, and friend to the Westhaven Community Center.
Gala Dynastie aims to reward personalities from Black communities who have distinguished themselves in the fields of arts, culture and media and whose achievements and accomplishments deserve recognition.
Preach, host of the radio show Kool Runnings (previously known as Lunch Time Take Over) shares his thoughts on the tragic passing of Nicous D’Andre Spring.
All Da Way Live’s DJ PRO-V has been busy working on a project documenting the history of Canadian hip hop vinyl releases. His new mixtape and mini book are a must see.
HAPPY NEW YEAR from Cha Cha Cha In Blue, first hitting the airwaves January 4, 1990.
CKUT is searching for a series of paid residents to take up space and transform our airwaves with creative content.
L’émission Samedi Midi Inter diffusera directement de la foire Santé le 24 septembre, de 10h30 à 16h.
CKUT student podcast Conversations in Corridors sat down with Louise, our Sales Coordinator since 1991, digging up an inside look at life in and around the station.
Pro-V of All Da Way Live Radio has been digging into the history of Canadian vinyl hip hop releases.
The 22nd edition of Suoni Per Il Popolo fills up the month of June with a bold display of local and international talent.
Tune into CKUT 90.3fm Tuesdays 3pm to 5pm for a special Black History Month edition of the The Montreal Sessions.
WEFUNK celebrates their 25th anniversary this month with two star studded episodes.
Host Roger Moore will be interviewing members of the Association to find out about how they coped with COVID, summer programmes and their gradual re-opening.