Dykes on Mykes Provides an exclusive and essential service to the dyke community in Montréal by being one of the only lesbian radio programs. Focuses on a variety of news, current affairs and artistic events involving montreal lesbian community and beyond.
Dykes on Mykes airs on the 2d and 4th Monday of the month from 7- to 8 pm (It alternates with Lesbo-Sons.)
Lesbo-Sons est une émission de radio communautaire, animée bénévolement par Nathalie Di Palma les 1 iers et 3 ièmes lundi du mois sur les ondes de CKUT 90.3 FM, 19h.
Lesbo-Sons a été mise en ondes il y a plus de 20 ans. Au départ elle s’est nommée Funky Gouines, ensuite La Ballade des Furies et est devenue Lesbo-Sons. La Station de radio communautaire de l’Université McGill fait une grande place aux diversités sexuelles.
Café est l’émission d’art et culture en français. Since 1996, Café has been providing arts and culture listings, reviews and interviews for the Montreal population, focusing on local, underground events. The most addictive hour of arts & culture on the air, every Friday from 6:00pm to 7:00pm.
Shtetl on the Shortwave (S.O.S.) is a radio show and podcast about Jewish arts & culture. Guests have included journalist Amy Goodman, electro-pop star Peaches, radio celebrity and author Jonathan Goldstein, performance artist Annie Sprinkle, musicians from the local and international Jewish music scene, Yiddish drag kings, rabbis, cantors, thinkers, and circus performers. S.O.S. also prides itself on providing listeners of the show with great music, both new and (very) old. Live on the air the fourth Friday of each month from 11am-12pm.
Welcome to LegalEase: where we broadcast the law broadly. The LegalEase collective is comprised of law students from McGill University.
Tune in live the first and second Friday of every month from 11am-12pm.
With Howard “Stretch” Carr, Faith Sankar , & DJ Nicholas
West Indian Rhythms is Montreal’s first and longest running Carribean culture radio program, bringing the Kumpa, Reggae, Calypso, Soca, and Dancehall since 1982.
Including weekly features “Carribean News Roundup”, sports, current affairs, and community issues with an emphasis on island cultures.
Discussions include sports, track & field, cricket, the music of Byron Lee, Carlos Malcom, or Desmond Dekker, broadcasating true Carribean love.
Interviews with entertainers and culture promoters as well as a great variety Carribean music.