Two new series join our Friday line-up: REVISITATION (2pm) and For The Birds (2:30pm)
There’s a certain magic involved when getting lost in a good book. They can take you to a new world and introduce you to new friends, some of whom you’ll keep with you for the rest of your life. CHSR is putting a twist on borrowing books from your friends by hosting a Blind Date
Tune in to SappyFest Radio on Tuesday nights at 8pm, starting May 21, for an hour of interviews and music of pre-Fest fun!
We’re looking for people interested in voice acting, scriptwriting, audio directing, audio editing and foley (sound fx) for a re-creation of an old-time radio drama script “What Was It?” by The Weird Circle. Join us on May 22 at 5:30pm to get started!
Thursday changes with The Public Debate and EXXTRA joining, and BRN moving to Tuesday nights.
It’s an all-day special marathon on CHSR today, as we join with stations across the country to celebrate French language and culture with La Rendezvous de la Francophonie! Documentaries and stories from 8am to 7pm. (STU Lunchbox and AQ Radio at noon.)
CHSR continues it’s coverage of the UNB V-Reds Hockey home games tonight!
The Little Station That Could – CHSR 97.9FM Successfully Hosts the 37th Annual NCRC For over 57 years CHSR 97.9FM has been a staple in Fredericton’s local alternative scene. A founding member of the National Campus/Community Radio Association (NCRA), CHSR 97.9FM won their bid to host the 37th annual National Campus/Community Radio Conference (NCRC), which is
Because the U Sports Men’s National Tournament is going to be broadcast on CHSR, Democracy Now! will be heard at 11am on Thursday and Friday of this week.
Tune in tonight at 7pm for the start of the AUS Men’s Hockey final tournament!
CHSR will be bringing you live coverage of the AUS Men’s Hockey Semifinal series when UNB hosts St Mary’s on Thursday, February 22 and Friday, February 23. Join us at 7pm each night!
Listen on Thursday for the Homelessness Marathon. We will be joining stations across the country in examining the issues, talking with people directly affected, and discussing how we can all can help to tackle this problem. The marathon runs from 11am to 7pm. (Democracy Now! will still air from 1pm to 2pm.)
There is so much amazing music being created in our own backyards. CHSR wants to help highlight some of the albums/EPs being submitted to their Music Department! Erin Bond, aka Bondo, current CHSR Station Manager, has been a musicoiphile her entire life. She was introduced to CHSR back in 2011 when a friend mentioned a
We’ll be covering the AUS finals where UNB plays at home, and most of the upcoming national CIS hockey tournament!
Her Turn is returning to the airwaves! CHSR’s role in the community is to provide programming as diverse as the community it serves, and to give a voice to things that mainstream media often fail to recognize. After noticing the lack of female presence on the airwaves, in June 2015 Erin Bond, one of few
Thanks for voting! Polls are now closed. Winners announced January 22nd! It’s that time of year again, for YOU to show YOUR support for your favourite CHSR show and host! Legend tells it, in 1960 a young Barry Yoell attended a conference in Toronto about radio. Enthused by that conference, and after a lot
A few changes to the broadcast schedule for this weekend: hockey, a new soccer show, and From The Margins changes times!
CHSR is building a new show: the audio student handbook! Help us out by providing your advice and questions!
Sounds From The Funny Kingdom; Do You Know Jack?; Linoleum; De-Railed; The Mixed Tape; Psychedelic Saturday.
Every Spring the ground comes free, new shows are planted in the ground to grow and the shows which are leaving are bid farewell. This week starts those changes with three new shows being added, and a few other shuffles. We’ll be seeing a number of shows come to a hiatus (and possibly a halt!) this summer, so now is a great time to bring your ideas to CHSR and create your own show!
Event Name: The New CHSR FM Launch: Campus/Community Meet and Greet
Where: The Charlotte Street Arts Center
Sponsors: Charlotte Street Arts Center, Picaroons Traditional Ales, Vagrant Web & Creative
CHSR’s Sessions are SO popular we can’t keep up. If you’re an audio engineer, or just have a great ear for sound, why don’t you volunteer for CHSR’s Sessions. You’ll get hand-on practice in your field AND can use our Sessions in your professional portfolio and resume. What are Sessions? Listen to previous ones here.
We’ve added quite a few shows in the last week, and few have been quietly added over the last few months, so I figured it was time to let everyone know what they’re missing! Rosie Morning (starting February 2) [M-F 7:30am-8:00am]: the host of Rosie’s Juke Joint brings you a relaxed start to every weekday
Read all about our fundraising efforts and the changes coming to CHSR on theaquinian.net