CKUT collaborates with teams of creative volunteers from all over the city to help produce and distribute podcasts related to the station’s mandate.
Check out our podcasts below and email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to pitch us something or have any questions about a possible collaboration.
Dive into the fascinating world of genetics, from classic genetics and heredity to cutting-edge advancements in genetic engineering and genomics. Join us for thought-provoking discussions and interviews with leading researchers and graduate students as we explore the latest breakthroughs and insights in genetics.
Interviews and features from CKUT's community news and arts & culture teams.
All kinds of audio related to the CKUT Music Department - interviews, live performances, and more.
Radio that tells the station's story, since 1986.
Aurora, Texas, 1934. Young Lotte Lerman lives a shadow-life, halfway between reality and dream. But this spell is soon broken by a horrifying tragedy that seems to have its roots in another world. Cut adrift from the waking world entirely, Lotte finds herself on a journey through a nightmare of Depression-era America, searching for the one thing she can't bear to live without. On the way she'll run into flying saucers, rail-riding killers, cartomancers with secrets to keep, and who knows what else? Only one thing is certain— nothing will ever be the same.
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.
CKUT presents a radio drama like no other. In the 23rd century, humanity has colonized the far reaches of space— but it remains as f***ed-up as ever. In this maelstrom of intergalactic madness, a pair of ridiculously competent mercenaries, the righteous space witches that relentlessly pursue them, and a hyper-intelligent crustacean alien are only a few of the players.
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.
Reports from life on Campus, with Noma Mirny.
Produced with support from CKUT and the McGill University Anthropology department, Talking Culture is about what it means to be human and all the paths anthropology takes to explore that question. The deep conversations and stories layered with field recordings and found sound approach a broad range of anthropological topics.
Where stories about family, adoption and power intertwine. We aim to break the shame and isolation surrounding the lives of those affected by family separation through frank and open conversation.
Making science engaging, inclusive and intersectional through storytelling.
Dragonroot is a collaboration between CKUT and the Centre for Gender Advocacy and aims to produce anti-oppressive media with a focus on gender.
Produced by CKUT's News Department, No New Normal unpacks questions raised in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, examining the structural rifts exposed by the pandemic and the convergent struggles that have emerged in the aftermath of the 2020 quarantine.
Treyf is an anarchist Jewish podcast featuring discussions about radical leftist politics and history, highlighting perspectives often excluded from mainstream Jewish spaces.
Indigenius is a podcast which explores the relationship between truth, reconciliation, and research. It is hosted by Claire Grenier, an aspiring academic from the Métis Nation of Ontario with a vested interest in Indigenous research methods.