Dan Shakespeare is here with music for your ear. Kick back with gems of the previous years.
Sweet treats from the pop underground, since 2006! With your host, Duncan
2 hour Ethiopian program on Sundays. Targeting Ethiopian people and aiming to encouraging education and personal development in Canada
Let's get your party started with "La Fiesta"! Tune in every second Sunday from 3-5 PM with your host DJ MIXXX. Listen to internationally acclaimed Radio Latina Caliente that makes your body move and your heart beat. Lose yourself in the sounds that will fill your soul and get you ready for your night out! La Fiesta - hot, sultry and all you.
It's Vancouver's go-to hour for local independent theatre, film and music and it starts right now. Don’t touch that dial...
A mix of the latest house music, tech-house, prog-house and techno + DJ / Producer interviews and guest mixes.
Join your host Matthew for a weekly mix of exciting sounds, past and present, from his Australian homeland. And journey with him as he features fresh tunes and explores the alternative musical heritage of Canada.
Crimes & Treasons is a 2 hours of new uncensored music. Every Tuesday Night at 8pm-10pm PST. With DJ's Homeboy Jules, Relly Rel$ & Horsepowar Issa Arrian, Jamal Steeles & Introducing Malik Ali Aka Yung Avocado.
CITR's 24 HOURS OF RADIO ART in a snack size format! Difficult music, harsh electronics, spoken word, cut-up/collage and general CRESPAN© weirdness.
Host Issa Arrian, introduces you to his various interest through his unique lens. From news, pop culture, to sports. Issa will surely have an interesting take, that is undeniable.
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Pacific Pickin' brings you the best in bluegrass plus its roots and branches: old time, classic country, rockabilly, western swing and whatever jumps off the shelves at us. Most shows have an artist feature and a gospel set. Hear the historical recordings and the latest releases right here.
All the one-off fill-in, demo, and pilot episodes of radio shows from CiTR 101.9FM from the University of British Columbia's Point Grey campus.
Parts Unknown, an indie pop show that has been on Mondays on CiTR from 1pm to 3pm since 1999. It's like a marshmallow sandwich: soft and sweet and best enjoyed when poked with a stick and held close to a fire.
CiTR Sports interviews UBC's premiere athletes, discovers the off-field stories of the Thunderbirds, and provides your weekly roundup of UBC sports action with hosts who are a little too passionate about the T-birds.
Originally conceived by veteran heshers "Metal" Ron and Gerald "Rattlehead" in 1985, Powerchord is Vancouver's longest running metal show! And the torch is still burning with contemporary hosts Coleman, Serena, Chris, Justin, and Ian, covering all sub-genres across the harsh landscape of heavy metal. New releases, local bands, the obscure, the classic, and everything in-between. Two hours of absolute brutality every Saturday from 1-3pm.
Informative and entertaining program in Russian
Randophonic is best thought of as an intraversal radio program which observes no particular genre, political or even space-time boundaries. Though we do often fix our focus on long running series, the latest of which we're calling The Final Countdown (aka the 1,297 Greatest Records of All Time Right Now Right Here). And we're not afraid of noise.
Now in its 31st year on CiTR, The Saturday Edge is my personal guide to world & roots music, with African, Latin and European music in the first half, followed by Celtic, Blues, Songwriters, Cajun and whatever else fits!
Thunderbird Radio Hell features live band(s) every week performing in the comfort of the CiTR lounge. Most are from Vancouver, but sometimes bands from across the country and around the world are nice enough to drop by to say hi.
Less chit-chat. Hook it up.
Goodie is an interview show with the do-gooders who are using business, innovation and creativity to make positive change in the world...
Tweets and Tunes talking with Capitol 6 during their live performance at the UBC SUB.
A sub-collection of mostly disgusting and unlistenable songs and sounds.
Broadcasting Healing Energy with LIVE Music and laughter! A multi-media variety show, featuring LIVE music, industry guests and hopefully some insight. We consider the material presented to be therapeutic relief for the global community, in order to unite and share with honest human expression. We encourage and promote independent original, local live music, art, compassion and community building.
For CiTR’s special programming blocks, off-site broadcasts live from the field, and everything else that can’t fit under the hood of a single show, check out CiTR’s Special Broadcast Page!
Formerly on CKXU for years, Canada Post-Rock now resides on the west coast but is still committed to the best in post-rock, drone, ambient, experimental, noise and basically anything your host Pbone can put the word "post" in front of. Stay up, tune in, zone out. I mean if you had a radio show pbone would probably listen to your show.
One of the longest running LGBTQ+ radio shows in Canada, Queer FM Vancouver: Reloaded blends current events, human interest, arts, news and entertainment with a focus on LGBTQ+ involvement and community building. Get your rundown on Vancouver, Canada, and the World in every colour of the LGBTQ+ rainbow, our allies and more. Check out Barb Snelgrove and DJ Denise on Queer FM Vancouver: Reloaded with highlights from LGBTQ+ artists and content from around the world with special attention on hom ...
Podcast from our first show!
An improvised and intuited blend of organic electronic nu-gaia vibrations - eclectic structures, lush layers, and benevolent static - soundtracking the convergence of spirit and the technosphere. Hosted / mixed by Raghunath Khe.
Real cowshit-caught-in-yer-boots country
We talk about equity, inclusion, and accessibility for people with diverse abilities, on campus and beyond. Tune in every second Wednesday from 3-4pm for interviews, music, news, events, and awesome dialogue.
Punk Rock and Hardcore Since 1989. Bands and Guests from around the world.
The Blue Hour is a conversation – a dialogue about life, literature, science, philosophy and everything in between.
A show dedicated to playing music from all parts of the spectrum (rock, pop, electronic) as well as garage and noise rock.
High quality music with a special guest interview from the Pharmaceutical Sciences. Frank discussions and music that can save the world.
Radio essays and travesties: Sonic Cate(s)chism / half-baked philosophy and criticism. Experimental, Electronica, Post-Punk, Industrial, Noise : ad-nauseum
Celebrating the message behind the music: Profiling Music and Musicians that take the route of positive action over apathy.
Every show is full of electro bleeps, retrowave, computer generated, synthetically manipulated aural rhythms. If you like everything from electro / techno / trance / 8bit music / and retro '80s this is the show for you!
The best mix of latin american music
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