CKUT’s airwaves & archives are filled with amazing radio shows but it doesn’t stop there! We also have some amazing podcasts!
You can find a complete list of our Podcasts in the iTunes store.
Also, all of our regular programming can be subscribed to through most music players and podcast apps, just add the RSS link on any show page to the player/app. Read this for more info on how to subscribe.
The Expanding Economics is here to bring new ways of thinking to the dismal science. Most university economics students are exposed to mainly one school of economic thought: Neoclassical Economics. For students to have an education that promotes critical thinking and an understanding of economic events and policies, they must gain exposure to alternative perspectives, the so-called ‘heterodox’ schools.
Talking Culture is a new mini-series produced in collaboration with McGill Anthropology Department by Alejandra Melian-Morse. In the first episode she talks with Dr. Samuele Collu, who will be joining McGill’s anthropology department as Assistant Professor in the fall.
They discuss the implications of the current crisis for the discipline of anthropology and beyond, as well as what Dr. Collu calls the zoomification of our everyday lives.
Code Burst is a story about a violent and unexpected shift in the structure of our global economy. Involving the growth of our social skills gap, the tech industry, and an increasing obsolescence of higher levels of education; Code Burst follows the narrative of one married couple trying to make a buck… or a difference.
Questioning whether or not coding “boot-camps” actually deliver what they promise, join us on our journey through trust and the cost of technological progress.
Taking it all off features real conversations with McGill students about sexuality, love, intimacy, and sex. A new podcast created in collaboration with Residence Life, the Office for Sexual Violence Response Support and Education, and CKUT 90.3FM, we bring you an informative, insightful, and sometimes hilarious podcast series from student experts and other McGill members.
CKUT’s Time Capsule is the history hub of some of our most interesting shit from 1987 - today. Featuring random old interviews, heartfelt retrospectives, & slices of wacky-pie, tune in for some of our one-of-a-kind history lessons.
L7, Chuck D, Ian Mackaye, Sun Ra Arkestra, Jimmy Cliff, Hole, & Buju Banton are some of the artists featured in it, but there are way more!
You can browse the site or subscribe to the podcast
L’objectif de Des sorcières comme les autres est de fabriquer une émission d’une heure diffusée toutes les deux semaines où on choisit de privilégier des paroles de femmes, généralement peu entendues dans les espaces publics. Des sorcières comme les autres, ce sont des débats en direct, des reportages, des interviews, des chroniques diverses, des portraits, des coups de gueule, des coups de cœur, de la musique de femmes, de l’actualité locale et internationale, des brèves…et tout ce que chacune a envie d’y apporter. Horizontale et non mixte, cette émission nous permettra aussi d’apprendre en faisant: nous nous essayerons à la technique, au montage et chercherons à trouver nos voix et à en faire entendre.
Scientifica Radio is a podcast group comprised of people around Montreal who are passionate about science communication, research, and experiential accessibility!
Dragonroot Media is a feminist media collective that aims to produce anti-oppressive media with gender as it’s focus. Valuing self-determination, representation, and anti-oppressive community structures, Dragonroot follows an anti-racist and anti-colonial framework.
As a feminist media collective and podcast series, Dragonroot enthusiastically rejects the notion of neutral and objective media, while analyzing their own contributions to pre-existing social power dynamics and institutional violence’s.
More concretely, Dragonroot is a collaboration between CKUT 90.3FM and the Centre for Gender Advocacy. Our website
La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse, is a feminist artist-run center here in Montreal. Extending their community work within art, radio, and activism, tune into this podcast series to learn more about the work they do!
BRAINWAVES: Student Research on Air, is a podcast series created as a collaboration between the Post Graduate Student Society of McGill University and CKUT Radio. Featuring student research across all disciplines, this series aims to make Montreal academic work better understood and more accessible to a broader audience.
WEFUNK is a podcast series that celebrates a lineage of powerful and inspiring music. Exploring the roots of soul, funk, and rap, join us on our journey through time, music, and social activism. James Brown on the drums, Larry Graham hitting the bass, Kool Herc giving the dancers breaks, DJ Hollywood working the mic…Funk swept the world and moved through all walls.
The strong music of Funk not only gave a strong foundation to speak on social problems, relationships, politics, and living conditions, but it also made one hell of a party groove.
Are you a science-minded person who is looking for a different perspective too the typical academic journalism you might regularly find in mainstream media? Do you feel marginalized by the way science is reported and wonder how social justice intertwines with your scientific curiosities?
We created Broad Science for you, a friendly community science podcast striving to climb out of the academic ivory tower and into the streets! Tune in to hear a diverse range of science story telling that will open up your minds as well as ours!
Our team includes:
Rackeb Tesfaye, Emily Anne Opala, Hannah Besseau,
and Christian Apollo
The Uncoverables is a genre-less collection of artist interviews and playlists featuring content you won’t find anywhere else. (Except CKUT of course).
Out of the Fog is a radio podcast where critical perspectives on adoption are brought to the forefront.
A debatably Jewish podcast, Treyf is recorded at CKUT in Montreal (on occupied Kanien’kehá:ka territory). Existing in the shadow of the cross of secularism, Sam Bick and David Zinman reflect on various political discussions that are happening (and not happening) in North American Jewish communities.
The Climate Show is a podcast series that explores the issues of climate change and climate justice.
Eve et Pandore
Notre objectif est de porter un regard réflexif et intersectionnel sur différents enjeux, mettre de l’avant des pistes d’actions féministes et offrir un espace de parole à d’autres féministes afin qu’elles puissent partager leur savoir et leurs expériences.
Ève et Pandore sont deux personnages considérées dans leur mythologie respective – chrétienne et grecque – comme étant la première femme créée. Ayant désobéi aux ordres d’une divinité suprême masculine, elles ont été tenues responsables de tous les plus grands maux de l’humanité.
Ainsi, nous portons comme étendard de notre insoumission, le nom de ces femmes, injustement calomniées.
This isn’t an actual podcast, but it is a source of a lot of great content. Interviews, reports, and features are uploaded regularly. Check it out and subscribe!
The content may or may not be cat related.
The Ecolibrium Radio Residency is a podcast recourse designed to equip campus-based activists with the skills they need to amplify their message on the FM dial, and across the globeonline.
To get involved, or for more information about the project, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org !
Under The Weather is an archived monthly lecture series on climate activism and research brought to you by CKUT, McGill University’s Sustainability Projects Fund, and Climate Justice Montreal.