Samaa Elibyari is a long-time activist in the Arab/Muslim community in Montreal. She has been a host/producer of Caravan, a weekly bilingual news program, broadcast on CKUT waves from 2000 till 2011. Presently, she is one of the monthly contributors to Amandla, a staple of CKUT’s news programming since 1987.
Interviews and features from CKUT’s community news and arts & culture teams.
The Expanding Economics Podcast aims to shift the focus in economics by discussing alternative perspectives and incorporating concepts such as environmentalism, clarity and social justice in economic thinking.
Saturday afternoon conversations with legends of reggae and Caribbean music.
Tell Me Muse is a student-run podcast that interviews recent McGill Classics graduates to answer the question “What is Classics?” The discipline is wide and new research keeps expanding it. Join us as we plunge into Ancient Greek and Roman literature, mythology, philosophy, archaeology, and more!
Get ready, we’re leaving in five. A podcast about what goes down after dusk in Montreal, Canada. Be it Uber drivers, sex workers, 24/7 emergency hotlines, the entertainment business, music and partying, we follow them around for a night.
Sasha and Gabriel are two students looking to make some connections with the workers of McGill University. Follow along as they discover McGill’s ugly truths, cherished memories, and everything in between from the very people who have been working there the longest.
Signs of the Times is a show trying to understand the uncharted cultural waters that we find ourselves in today. We talk with artists, activists, and academics from Tiotia:ke/Montréal who are doing relevant, interesting, and empowering work in our communities, tracing out the various factors that are currently driving our culture to figure out where we’re going and how we can steer towards a better destination.