On Friday, November 16th Montrealers protested in front of the Israeli consulate and on Sunday they walked the streets by the hundreds to show support for Gaza. They demand the immediate stop of the attacks on Gaza and the end of Canada’s complicity with the Israeli government.
You never know who’s listening.
Positive Vibes hosts get a call in from a teacher from Eureka! school, letting CKUT know how her class was listening and loving the show.
Take a listen here:
Tonight on Off The Hour, Tuesday November 13 at 17h for the story of political prisoner Lynne Stewart who has now been behind bars for over three years!
Turn your dials to CKUT this Sunday, November 18th (10:30-11:30AM) for a one hour special with the International Radio Report.
Listen back to an hour of researched storytelling: Montreal Tonic: apothecaries, pharmacies, and care for what ails you since the 1600›s. With the stories of Jean Coutu and Mohawk Saint Kateri Tekakwitha.
Listen to the archive here
Didn’t make it in the flesh to see d’bi.young at Sala Rosa? LISTEN BACK here
CKUT broadcasted live the performances of d’bi.young, Kai Cheng & the Montreal grassroots artist network, the Kalmunity Vibe Collective.
CKUT Radio & the 2110 Centre for Gender Advocacy present:
The Dragonroot Project: a workshop series on gendered violence
Dates: November 7th to April 10th
Location: 1500 de Maisonneuve West #404
Ganovim-loshn (thieves’ language) was the Yiddish sung in the inter-war underworld of Warsaw, Odessa and Istanbul. Along with their Yiddish gangster repertoire, Orkestar Kriminal has absorbed the Rebetika Mortika hash den anthems of the 1930s Greek underground. They can also perform in Khmer, Danish, Romani, and Ladino.
…radio waves are invisible, but CKUT is not…
CKUT IS 25 AND WE’RE THROWING OURSELVES A PARTY. Thursday, October 18th. Doors at 7pm. FREE. GERT’S TAVERNE (3480 McTavish)
YOU ARE INVITED for a night with 2 stages, 5 bands, CKUT DJs and an Immersive Visual Landscape by JUDE
Come see Gert’s as you’ve never seen it before
Perhaps it’s best you stay in Thursday night, the 18th of October.
Granted, it’s too soon to turn on the heat in your drafty apartment
and it’s best to keep warm on someone else’s dime, but take our advice
stay in, make your self a hot toddy, swaddle yourself in layers of blanket,
and turn on your radio for the live sounds of discomfort from the not so distant
Funding Drive Special: CKUT’s Morning Afters leave the studios and occupy different cafes every morning from 7-9AM. Join us for a cup of coffee, live musicial performances and interviews, and learn a bit about radio at the same time.
Morning After broadcast schedule, 7-9AM:
CKUT’s Annual Funding Drive took place from October 25th - November 4th. Thank you for your generous donations! We’ve reached over $50,000 and would love to bring that number up even further.
Check the Funding Drive site for updates and details on how to pledge. Tell your friends, tell your family!
Listen back to the Radio Moon on Friday, October 12th from 5-6 PM here!
Found performing on the streets, in artist venues and most recently in CKUT studio, Ryan Thom, queer, asian performance artist and teller of stories, blew the Wednesday Morning After away.
Join us for CKUT’s Annual General Meeting!
When: Wednesday, October 10th at 6PM
Where: Baha’i Foi Centre, 177 des Pins Avenue East
There will be free food served, and plenty of good times. Since 2012 is CKUT’s 25th Anniversary year we will, most DEFINITELY, be serving up some birthday cake!
The Homelessness Marathon Steering committee will meet monthly in a conference call to oversee the national Homelessness Marathon content, oversee the organization of the whole marathon, and discuss fundraising for the marathon.
Tonight on Off the Hour from 5pm to 6pm a special RED SQUARE REPORT: