The Morning After show is an arts, culture, news and music magazine show airing 7:00-900am every weekday morning. The Morning After is produced by a collective of volunteers who organize together to create exciting, engaging, alternative programming by mixing music and spoken word creatively to inspire and inform waking listeners. The Morning After is open to all members of CKUT and is the ideal place for volunteers to get hands-on experience as hosts, technicians and producers.
On Fridays The Friday Morning After becomes The Morning Detour -
Every Friday, from 7:00-9:00am, with their vibrant energy and sanguine personalities, the hosts of The Morning Detour (Wizzy Moonchaser, Lord Pharaoh (One Full Circle) & Kay) are on a mission to keep you current with the urban culture. From the discussion of current issues, news, community events, initiatives within the black community etc. to a sprinkle of the latest rap, R&B and trap music (brought to you by their resident DJ RG Music), this is a morning show that will leave you uplifted, excited to be a Montrealer and charged up for the day. Montreal, tune-in to The Morning Detour, because this is a “detour” that you’re actually going to enjoy taking…
Native Solidarity News has been a fixture on CKUT’s airwaves since 1996. NSN’s primary focus has been to shed light on the issues facing Canada’s Indigenous peoples as well as the beauty of Indigenous culture. NSN has been bringing Indigenous radio-activism to the airwaves for over 20 years and will continue to do so for many more years. NSN is currently produced and hosted by Irkar Beljaars, a Mohawk journalist from Montreal.
On air Tuesday evenings, 6pm.
Nipivut is a radio program by and for Inuit of Montreal. It is broadcast partly in Inuktitut, and partly in English.
The radio program promotes the Inuktitut language in Montreal and provides a forum for Inuit to publicly discuss community life and issues in the city. This initiative also raises the profile of Inuit among the non-Inuit community in Montreal; creating a positive outlet for cultural awareness in the city.
Nipivut means «our voice», it is the first southern radio program broadcast by and for Inuit in Inuktitut. This bi-weekly Inuit cultural radio program will give the Inuit of Montreal a voice in this city: providing essential news for Montrealmiut and showcasing Inuit culture and language to the greater Montreal community. Nipivut will provide programs in English and French when possible, and will promote the Inuktitut language in the city with Inuit music, Inuktitut lessons, and news and public discussions in Inuktitut. Nipivut seeks to connect Inuit living in Montreal with their families and friends in the north as well as the larger community of Montreal.
Nipivut, a brand new show produced by and for Montreal’s Inuit community, every second Tuesday 6 - 7pm
For more information, or to get involved in the show, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Listening to Latin America features culture, music, and community news for and by the Latin American community in Montreal and abroad in Spanish, English, and French. It airs every Friday from 7:00pm to 8:00pm.
Prison Radio has been on the air in Montreal for more than nine years. Prison Radio seeks to confront the invisibility of prisons and prisoner struggle, by focusing on the roots of incarceration, policing, and criminalization, and by challenging our ideas about what prisons are and the people inside our jails.
Prison Radio is dedicated to programming that is directly collaborative with people who are currently incarcerated. This is in the interest of forging stronger ties between incarcerated and non-incarcerated people, ensuring that prisoners have direct control over their representation, and that our understandings of prisons be informed by those who live inside their walls.
Prison Radio is on air the second Thurday of every month from 5-6pm and the third Friday of every month from 11am-12pm.
Alternates with No One Is Illegal and Labour Radio on Thursdays.