In the final STU Lunchbox of the season, Anika Duivenvoorden discusses “Local Food”, and Kaylee Moore takes a look at “Living with Dementia”.
Local filmmaker Jesse Anthony stopped by today to chat with Tim and I about his feature film “Skate Proof”, as well as film-making with passion (and no money).
There aren’t a lot of things that last for 52 years. CHSR has done it, however. They’ve been a campus-based community station for 52 years.
STU Journalism presents The Lunchbox today with a pair of very different documentaries. First up, Kayla Byrne presents “Public Art in Fredericton”. Then, Frank Jr. Molley presents “The 40th Anniversary of Wounded Knee 1973”.
STU Journalism students Nicole Vair and Nicola MacLeod bring you today’s pair of documentaries, all about mental health.
Kara Comeau and Meridith Gillis present this episode of STU’s Lunchbox series, on the Controversy Between Spirit and Skin. The first half hour explores The Fringes of Sexuality, and the second half goes to the opposite extreme: People Who Never Have Sex.
On the show this week: Front Page; By Any Other Name; Extras; CQ: What is the best or worst lesson about living life you’ve ever gotten from fiction (books, TV or movies)? Please donate to our radio station, and support great community radio! chsrfm.ca/donate
Each morning, you wake with the leftover pieces of the unconscious experiences. They don’t always make sense, but they somehow go together.. Falling Off The Edge (Alternate Version) by Demdike Stare from the album Elemental. Monogram by Solar Fields from the album Leaving Home. The Inner Shore by Tim Hecker from the album An Imaginary
Congratulations to the National Champions, UNB Varsity Reds!
Here’s our broadcast of the game between UNB and St Mary’s.
Game 6 of the CIS Nationals Men’s Hockey tournament has completed!
Here’s our broadcast of the game between UNB and UQTR.
Game 5 of the CIS Nationals Men’s Hockey tournament has completed!
Here’s our broadcast of the game between Waterloo and St Mary’s.
Most of the music today is quick, intended to deliver a sudden release of energy and then fade away. But I prefer music that needs to take time to build, that isn’t in a hurry but rather can linger and deliver.
Game 4 of the CIS Nationals Men’s Hockey tournament has completed!
Here’s our broadcast of the game between Saskatchewan and UQTR.
Game 3 of the CIS Nationals Men’s Hockey tournament has completed!
Here’s our broadcast of the game between Alberta and St Mary’s.
Game 2 of the CIS Nationals Men’s Hockey tournament has completed!
Here’s our broadcast of the game between our very own UNB V-Reds and Saskatoon.
Game 1 of the CIS Nationals Men’s Hockey tournament has completed!
Here’s our broadcast of the game between Alberta and Waterloo.
On today’s STU Journalism Lunchbox, Bridgett Yard and Inda Intiyar discuss relationships, from the complicated ways of modern relationships we have to the use of social media in forming, transforming and possibly ending relationships.
Our very own Bondo (Homemade Jams, Anything Goes) spent a very long weekend taking in as much of the East Coast Music Awards (ECMAs) in Halifax as humanly possible. We spend an hour unpacking her experience and playing some of the winners.
Sometimes, the universe must be viewed in an order unlike that which is natural. It lines up according to other principles, aesthetic or semantic, which must override the natural order to bring out new meaning, or to be coherent.
Local Sean One (Bandcamp) drops by the studio today to spend the hour talking about the changes, impact and world of Rap and Hip-Hop with myself and Tim Rayne.
Producer, remix master, founder of a new label Lisbon Lux, and all-round cool guy French Fox stopped by the station today to talk with Tim & Mark about his Canadian experience, creating remixes and the power of music.
On the show this week: Back Page; No Intelligent Life Found Here; That’s Enter Main Tent!; Extras; CQ: What do you use to filter and select the entertainment you consume, now that the world is at your doorstep for cheap?
A winter blizzard once told a Prime Minister: “It’s time to move on.”
Every time I’ve looked at the weather lately, it’s told me: “I’m not ready for you; give me a few more minutes to try something else on.”
But on the hills of my mind, the snow is receding, leading to places once undiscovered or forgotten..