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The Reggae Show

18:00 21:00

Upcoming show

Caribbean Sounds

21:00 24:00

Current show

The Reggae Show

18:00 21:00

Upcoming show

Caribbean Sounds

21:00 24:00

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Tuesday

RadioDJ Mix

01:00Tuesday

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01:00Tuesday

A mix of rebroadcasts of our favourite programs and music from our library.

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Latin Waves

07:00Tuesday

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07:00Tuesday

Latin Waves has surpassed its 12th year on the air,  we bring our listeners in-depth coverage of issues with a focus on the history of an issue and what that history means for us today and most importantly what we can do to move society forward in a healthy way. In short our show is focused on building community across borders, positive social change has only come through communities of interest working together. Consider supporting LatinWaves   CLICK HERE

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Viewpoints

07:30Tuesday

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07:30Tuesday

Viewpoints is the latest news magazine produced by the Community Radio Fund of Canada. It provides an overview of what’s happening across Canada, thanks to some 20 radio reporters posted across the country (British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, North West Territories, Québec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia) and working for the Local Journalism Initiative (LJI). The Local Journalism Initiative (LJI) supports the production of original civic journalism news content that covers the diverse needs of underserved communities across Canada. Politics, society, environment, community, arts and culture take the air on «Viewpoints» hosted by Boris Chassagne. The Community Radio Fund of Canada works in collaboration with the National Campus and Community Radio Association (NCRA/ANREC).

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Democracy Now!

06:00Tuesday

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06:00Tuesday

Democracy Now! is an American, daily, independent, award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.

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Let’s talk Canada

07:00Tuesday

Let's talk Canada

07:00Tuesday

A curated collection of Canadian public affairs shows.[...]

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El bus de las Siete

08:00Tuesday

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08:00Tuesday

Upbeat and highly rhythmic morning show. Wake up in an atmosphere of a village somewhere in Latin America with music and community information.  Produced in Spanish.  Hosted by Ramon Flores, Ricardo Rivera-Acevedo, Macarena Cataldo, Carlos Ascenico.

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In the Pines

09:00Tuesday

09:00Tuesday

Tune in every Sunday from 2:30 to 4 pm for the finest in traditional and contemporary bluegrass; old time music and real country on Coop Radio’s ‘In the Pines’. Several programmers each possessing unique tastes and passionate opinions present a compelling mix of vintage and contemporary recordings. From the early Opry days through the ‘dim lights, thick smoke, and loud, loud music’ of honkytonk, western swing, alt country (whatever that is). T; and then we throw in all manner of bluegrass and old time music  and you're right where we want you ... In The Pines! The show usually includes a weekly calendar of related LIVE events: local, regional and global, often with musical previews and some very good surprises featuring Canadian and local musicians. There is a weekly rotation that goes something like this: 1st Sunday – Kathleen Nisbet 2nd Sunday – Paul Norton & Sue Malcolm 3rd Sunday – Rob McGregor 4th Sunday – Jim Burnett - AKA The Stern Old Bachelor 5th Sunday – A Surprise! Tune in each and every week to see what’s happening.   Like us on Facebook. What’s not to like?  And check out our videos! Left to Right: Paul, Sue, Rob, Gwendolyn, Kathleen and Jim.

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Level the Vibes

10:30Tuesday

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10:30Tuesday

An old hits reggae show that features music of yesteryear.  Ska, rockers, reggae, roots and culture brought to you by host George Barrett.  Remember, keep the vibes level!

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The Nosh

12:00Tuesday

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12:00Tuesday

The Nosh is a weekly show about the people, places and issues behind what we eat and drink. Hosted by Anya Levykh.

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Going Indigenous

13:00Tuesday

Gunargie

13:00Tuesday

In many Coast Salish dialects, "sne'waylh" is the word for teachings or laws. The aboriginal language-learning program begins with the teachings of the skwxwu7mesh snichim (Squamish language).  Hosted by Gunargie O’Sullivan and Cyrus Greenall

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The Wild Years

14:30Tuesday

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14:30Tuesday

Jazz: A State of the Art survey with new releases and re-issues. Also, a look at upcoming concerts. Host: John Orysik.

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Re-threading Madness

17:00Tuesday

17:00Tuesday

Re-Threading Madness dares to change how we think about mental health. About your host Bernadine Fox, a trauma survivor, is an artist, author, and an intersectional feminist who has some 30 years of experience advocating around mental health issues. She has worked as a support worker for survivors of severe childhood trauma, as a consultant around trauma issues, and as a public speaker but is not a therapist.  She ran the Expressive Arts Group for the West Coast Mental Health Network in conjunction with both the Richmond Mental Health Dept and Gallery Gachet.  As an Associate Member of Gachet and on the former Board, Bernadine participated in a variety of programs along with the production of the magazine entitled, The Ear. She has been on the board for Kickstart (Disability Arts and Culture) working to ensure that disabilities (whether physical or emotional) impact less and less on the ability of folks to engage with art.  Bernadine knows how to talk with folks about hard issues.  She isn't afraid to ask the questions others shy away from.  She raises her grandchild and currently lives in the forest with two cats and two rats and has published a memoir about her experience of abuse at the hands of her therapist, "Coming To Voice: Surviving an Abusive Therapist."  

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Armenian Variety Show

18:00Tuesday

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18:00Tuesday

In Armenian and English. Songs, news, history and culture of Armenia. Also upcoming local Armenian events.  Hosted by Rafi Chapanian & Meghrig Sulahian.

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Prog Rock Alley

19:00Tuesday

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19:00Tuesday

Down by the waterfront by the West Coast Express is a side street full of vinyl and digital archives. Steve Ferguson and his alley rats will meet you there for Prog Rock Alley, an exploration of progressive rock in all its forms from its inception in the 60’s to the present day. Art rock, prog metal, experimental, and 20 minute epics are all covered in this program, so be sure to tune in every week!

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Each For All

20:00Tuesday

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20:00Tuesday

Each For All: The Co-operative Connection brings you profiles, interviews, and reports from the world of co-ops and social economy organizations.

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Radio Ecoshock

21:00Tuesday

21:00Tuesday

From a troubled planet: environment and energy interviews, speeches and analysis from scientists, authors and artists. Disturbing entertainment for unique times. Hosted by Alex Smith, originating from CFRO, now broadcast on over 104 stations on 4 continents.

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Urban Renewal Project

22:00Tuesday

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22:00Tuesday

Here's your alternative to mainstream hip hop. A healthy dose of underground hip hop, the latest hip hop tracks, the exclusives, the classics, the rare, and the most obscure. Hosted by DJ Denise.

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