From Off the Hour to Under the Olive Tree, CKUT is committed to broadcasting pro-peace, pro-Palestine voices. Listen to interviews and coverage from the past week and dive into the archives for a deeper perspective on the ongoing conflict.
On Saturday, September 30, 2023, CKUT joined more than 540 other stations throughout Canada to broadcast the Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund (DWF) annual A Day to Listen programming. We also re-aired the entire program on Monday, October 2, 2023. Listen to the whole thing here.
Join us for a discussion about the housing crisis in Montreal and the movements organizing to confront rising costs.
An update on Free City Radio, an arts and culture show that is now broadcasting across Canada
At issue on Amandla this week: Context and analysis of civil unrest in Kenya
This week on Amandla, long-time activist and radio host Samaa Elibyari brings us two important stories—she covers the efforts led by the UK-based organization Reprieve to have the death penalty abolished in Malawi with Mr. Mishek Jere, and also discusses Gamal Abdel Nasser’s legacy with Egyptian political analyst and activist Mohamed Sherif Kamel.
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.
CKUT’s theatre show Upstage has been doing some great interviews with local players in the city’s theatre and performance scenes. Check out some of our favourites here.
Duha Elmardi has been a strong and articulate supporter of the democratic forces in 2018-2019 in Sudan since that led to the ousting of the brutal dictator, Omar al Bashir. DAWN, l’impressionnant collectif féministe, a rassemblé une série de présentations très puissantes dénonçant la façon dont les PPP perpétuent les relations coloniales avec l’Afrique.
Dive into the fascinating world of Genome Editing and CRISPR/Cas9, with Dr. Raquel Cuella Martin.
The two CKUT titans discuss Black History Month and what it means in Quebec, how community events take on a different meaning during BHM, doubts about the lasting effects of a one-month event, Montreal’s new Black police chief, and Stretch emceeing a fashion show back in the day.
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.
An examination of the trial and verdict of neo-Nazi Charles Sohier Chaput – known by the pseudonym Zeiger – and a discussion of the broader struggle against hate. Featuring online hate researcher Etienne Quintal in dialogue with No Borders Media reporter Jaggi Singh.
Miss Dupré Latour hosts the reining Queen of Canada Drag Race Season 3 Gisèle Lullaby on her show You bet’her as part of CKUT’s Transforming The Airwaves Project.
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.
Sista P chats with filmmaker Henri Pardo and educator Keith Riley about the film Dear Jackie and how it relates to racism in Montreal and beyond.
Clara-Swan Kennedy of Free Kick is joined by Madeline and Chloe from CKUT for a live broadcast from the 2022 Anarchist Bookfair.
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.