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
1) What made you start your show? Actually, the show was originally known as Falls Count Anywhere. It was started by a gentleman named Andrew Vaughn back in the spring of 2006. Drew joined as a co-host in August 2006. Travis soon followed in the spring of 2007. Fred made some sporadic appearances during 2007 to officially become part
This month’s show of the month is The Velvet Lounger with Jaclyn Reinhart: 1) What made you start your show? I have always been told I have a radio voice, I love music and I’m funny so it seemed like a good fit. I worked in radio as an account manager and love the vibe
What made you start your show? Years ago, Remy was co-host of another radio show on another station here in Fredericton. He asked Mike to come in to ‘liven things up a bit’. Once Mike got in, he convinced Remy to turn the show into a comic/pop culture talk show and the rest is heresy…I
1) What made you start your show? The Ultra Ska Robot Attack started up a few years ago (2010) with founding members Ben and Rhys. It presumably came from a deep unsatisfied need for Ben and Rhys to share their hooliganism on the air waves, also ska. The show is currently co-hosted by Ben, Ky,
We regret to inform you that poetry review by Danny Trejo will not be posted this month, instead we bring you, The Cutting Room Floor: What made you start your show? We <Scott and Adam> were in the same class in college and are both fans of movies. The name of the show took a
Adrian Park talks classical music and opera and his show, Diversions, and Kiwi the Fairy spreads magic and brings Tim and Jaclyn Reinhart into the studio.
What made you start your show? I started the show 23 years ago when a friend who volunteered for CHSR back in 1990 talked about a possible opening for a classical music show – knowing my passion for classical music, he talked me into meeting the then program director (Steve Staples) and I did a
Joe Blades tells us all about his show Ashes, Paper, & Beans…
Bondo, the host of Anything Goes, tells us all about her show.
Matt, host of Run For Your Life, that airs Fridays at 5pm, tells us all about his show.
Epic, is CHSR’s show of the month this month. Each month I ask the show’s host/producer five questions to get to know the show better. EPIC: Epic is a radio show and podcast about all things awesome! Science, technology, geek humor, and more. Tune in weekly at 5pm on Monday and 11:30am on Fridays and via podcast. 1) What made you start your