CKUThosted an intermittent John Cage inspired day of programming to celebrate Cage’s Centennial.
Wednesday, September 5th between 9am and 10pm.
CKUT as préparé une journée de programmation intermittante inspiré par John Cage pour célébrer son centenaire.
Mercredi, le 5 septembre entre 9h et 22h.
Today’s OFF THE HOUR 5 to 6PM for updates on the Quebec Student Strike.
The Quebec Student Strike is still happening? You bet it is. Tune in for the latest news from the student movement in Quebec!
Canada Wide Call Out
The next Radio is Dead - this coming Monday, August 13th from 2 to 3PM - is the beginning of a bi-monthly project - Listening at Street Level.
Paula Belina will be interviewing Montreal singer-songwriter Katie Sevigny about her new blog that features independent women artists from all over the world.
Due to a glitch in our system, CKUT’s archives are not working for shows that took place from 3PM on Tuesday, August 7 to 1PM on Wednesday, August 8th.
Our apologies for the inconvenience and thanks for your understanding!
This month, The Montreal Sessions will be hosted by the Jonathan Cummins, musician, producer, and writer behind the Montreal Mirror’s longstanding and much beloved column, Punkusraucous Rex. He’ll be joined by his “trusty sidekick” the PsiFactor.
Wednesday Morning After, 7-8am: Alquimia Verbal Droppin' Lyrics Live In-Studio for Young Newcomers to Canada08/06/2012
August 10th marks Prisoners› Justice Day - a day to commemorate and remember all of those who have died at the hands of the prison system.
CKUT’s news show - Off the Hour - will focus on prison justice related issues all week long. The week will culminate with a special feature program from 5 to 6pm on August 10th with programming produced by Prison Radio.
Tune in to Radio is Dead this Monday, August 6th from 2 to 3PM, for a little radio drama. CKUT’s Youth Radio Campers will be voicing a rendition of HIPPIES, HOUSEWIVES, AND WATERING HOLES by D. M. Larson.
Expect surprise twists and improvisations in the making of a conventional radio play in an unconventional manner!
Monday at 11am on CKUT, the Immigrant Workers Centre (IWC) presents the account of a Mexican man who worked for up to 80 hours a week as a butcher in conditions tantamount to slavery.
“I was basically a slave,” he states. “There’s no other word to describe it.”
This little survey will take you very little time to fill out but will mean so much to us!
MC Emrical aka Ricardo Lamour-Blaise of Montréal Nord Républik joined the Wednesday Morning After crew live in-studio for some live rapping and conversation.
Last week an article titled “Canadian Music is Boring: Living in the Age of Enforced Mediocrity” was published in Calgary’s alternative weekly FFWD, and received a flurry of interweb attention.
It also got CKUT’s Music Department thinking.
Roots Rock Rebel aired an exclusive interview with the legendary Jimmy Cliff on Wednesday, July 25th (10pm-12midnight).
Jimmy Cliff has just released a brand new full-length album -«Rebirth» produced by Tim Armstrong (of Rancid), and he’ll be headlining the Montreal International Reggae Festival on August 19th.
This week’s clip is from The Tuesdays Morning After’s recent sit down with a couple of the past editors and writers of the Montreal Mirror.
CKUT’s Music Director sat down with longtime Mirror music columnist Jonathan Cummins to talk music journalism, holding print in your hands, and what the heck happened to the Mirror.
07/18/2012See you at Casa del Popolo tonight, August 16th, for Institutional Prostitution + Syngja + ¡Flist! + HALFDOGJ.R!
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This Friday, July 20th, the third week of CKUT Youth Radio Campers will be taking over the airwaves from 5 to 6pm.
Each group of campers learn how to DJ, conduct interviews, put together radio shows and at the end of their program they test out their new skills by hosting a full hour of live radio. Don’t miss it, they’re the best!