CKUT presents a radio drama like no other. Meet SOJOURNS, by Fred Azeredo.
CKUT has a new podcast about life on McGill campus during the Summer.
Originally airing on CKUT from July 10 to September 11, 2002, the series considers a broad range of perspectives on the rule of law in terms of the balance between national security and civil liberties, the Canadian and international dimensions of the war on terrorism, and Canada’s enactment of the Anti-Terrorism Act (Bill C-36) and the national Anti-Terrorism Plan.
Dive into the fascinating world of Genome Editing and CRISPR/Cas9, with Dr. Raquel Cuella Martin.
Gay and Grey is an organization that brings together and supports the English speaking senior (50+) 2S.L.G.B.T.Q.I.A.+ community in and around Montreal.
CKUT presents a radio drama like no other. Every season features brain-tickling, genre-bending storytelling by Fred Azeredo, performed by an array of voice actors.
We packed up our bags and hopped in a cab down to Forward House for the first live broadcast of Radio Moon since before the pandemic.
A critical and open conversation from elected officials and everyday people about Montreal’s response to the police killing of George Floyd.
A broadcast in solidarity with incarcerated people and to denounce the conditions inside local prison institutions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
CKUT’s Homelessness Marathon is a consciousness-raising radio marathon that offers a platform to speak truth to power on the realities of homelessness, housing, and poverty.
CKUT has covered issues from street level emphasizing the voices of those not heard in mainstream media, namely those affected by the policies, regulations and political decisions.
Eve Parker Finley Celebrates International Women’s Day by profiling women such as Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson, activists in the time of Stonewall and co-founders of STAR.
Clips from the very first broadcast and discussions about their shared fascination with RADIO.
Many years after being released, Proctor began her investigation on the experiments that were done to her and countless other prisoners in the 1960s and 70s.
Former sex worker Valerie Scott discusses the obsession the public has with sex while still being reluctant to speak about the need to educate on safe sex practices.
Pat Dillon aka Sistah P speaks with Reverend Gray, discussing the student strike, Trayvon Martin, and being ticketed for being black in Montreal.
The 2012 Homelessness Marathon served 14 hours of national broadcasted discussions on homelessness, for the tenth consecutive year!
Will Nicholls, host of the former CKUT show Indian Times, speaks at a service in remembrance of the 1990 Oka Crisis.
Mumia’s sister Lydia Barashango and a member of the International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abul-Jamal group were interviewed on CKUT airwaves in 2005.
In this radio special, our CKUT host goes out to the streets to have real homeless folk tell their stories.