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Check out the debut episode from Allie, Amelie, and Nour on Friday STEMinism, a show highlighting new research being conducted by underrepresented groups in STEM.
Check out an extended interview with Abigail and Stephane, two tenants and organizers with the Montreal Autonomous Tenants’ Union / Syndicat de locataires autonomes de Montréal (SLAM).
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.
The volunteer crew behind the Voices of Montreal broadcasts has been tackling some interesting subjects over the past few weeks but this takes the cake.
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.
Join CKUT and International Radio Report in celebrating UNESCO’s 12th annual World Radio Day.
CKUT’s Free City Radio will be at this event highlighting the ongoing struggles of Guinean asylum seekers in Montreal who are involved in the #StatusForAll movement.
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.
A great episode covering the protest that took place following the McGill Faculty of Law and Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism booking Robert Wintemute for a talk.
ASTT(e) presents an hour-long open discussion on HIV non-disclosure and Queer Corps discusses the McGill Faculty of Law and Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism’s decision to host a talk tomorrow by Robert Wintemute.
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.
This is the outcome of a WhatsApp call between my parents in Belgium and me in Canada about the final chapter of their house in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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.
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.
Interviews with Queercorps host Puelo Dier and photographer Linda Dawn Hammond about the infamous event known as Sex Garage that galvanized the queer community in July 1990.
CKUT’s Audio Smut Radio Collective presented a sound art installation for Montreal’s Perverscité Festival this past August.
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.