What’s on?

New Shows on the schedule!

  • The Album Drop – Highlighting new Canadian releases.
  • Deep Wave 80’s – New Wave and Synth Pop 80’s music.
  • East Track Mind – MNB Award-winning East Track Mind puts together a weekly playlist of local music.
  • Gloom & Doom – miss emvy’s weekly blend of post-punk, gothic, indie, and other temperamental tunes for graveyard ghouls and wandering souls.
  • The Goose Radio Hour
  • Rock from da Rock – Showcasing Newfoundland’s best rock.
  • Spooky and Sparkles – A film review program highlighting underrepresented music.
  • Synapse Radio
  • This Just In
  • UNBknownst

Some of the locally-produced shows you might want to check out:

  • 2Fer – The concept is simple, play 2 tracks from the same artist back to back. (M)
  • Against the Mat – Fredericton’s only wrestling & UFC talk show. (S)
  • Bluegrass Fiesta – Traditional and contemporary music of the hills. (M)
  • Bravery, Repetition & Noise – A psychedelic mix of shoegaze. (M)
  • Bricolounge – An hour of anything. New music? Slam poetry? Who knows. (M)
  • B Street – Great music with Lainie B! (M)
  • CAFFEEN! – Beautiful, wordless music, from deep dreams to rumbling awake (M)
  • Crazy Train – Atlantic Canada’s longest running metal show, going off the rails. (M)
  • Diversions – Enlightening opera and classical performances. (M)
  • The Documentary Hour – Your topics, your words, your stories, from here and around the world. (S)
  • Food All Over The Globe
  • Got U Covered – Experience your favourite songs in a new way. (M)
  • I Just Wasn’t Made For These Times – an hour of thoughts and music, reflecting the struggles of being a rational person in today’s crazy world. (M)
  • Jazzy Noises – Jazz for those who think they know jazz… or think they don’t know jazz. (M)
  • The Lunchbox – Current weather, current events, current music, current history, currently on my mind. (S)
  • Madness Opus – a heavy metal music show. (M)
  • Musical Memories – legendary host Don Roberts’ tour through historical vinyl (M)
  • People Need Music – A weekly music magazine profiling local and touring Canadian artists. (M)
  • The Porridge Hour – a clash of musical ages (M)
  • Post-Cheese Radio – Weekly exploration of punk & adjacent genres from local zine queen miss emvy, featuring a mix of old, new, local, and global tunes. (M)
  • Python’s Paradise – esoteric movie reviews & alts from the stars (M/S)
  • Rosie’s Juke Joint – rock your blues away! (M)
  • Run For Your Life! – escape to your weekend with energetic rock (M)
  • Seismic Sounds – dedicated to metal of all kinds (M)
  • Sessions@CHSR – bands come in, we talk to them, they play music, everybody wins! (M)
  • Strictly Hip-Hop – DJ STV 90-minute funky beat mix (M)
  • Testing For Echo – Take a deep dive into records from some of your favourite progressive rock albums. (M)
  • The Art Of Play – (educated) players discuss what makes games fun and how to build games better. From TTRPGs to Board and Video Games, they cover it all. (S)
  • The Cool Kat Chat – a talk show where Katie brings on people that are doing really cool things in our
    community to give them exposure and a chance to broadcast their passions to a wider spectrum
    of people. (M/S)
  • Word Feast – An all-you-can-read buffet of authors and their words. (S)

Other shows:

  • !earshot Daily – A selection of great new music from the !earshot Distro!
  • 51% – discussions of issues for women and everyone (S)
  • Amplified Radio – the best in electronica, trip hop, deep house, and techno from around the world (M)
  • Astrolob’ys – explores how learning the language of astrology can foster compassion, care, and understanding for ourselves, our loved ones, and the world around us. Join Gill as they break down the basics of this ancient art form and unpack the world of astrology from a queer, neurodivergent lens. (S)
  • Backbeat – You’ll hear a rock ‘n’ roll classic on marimbas, the original version of a Boney M hit and Pat Johnson lamenting the sameness of radio. (M)
  • The Bioneersdiscussions with people exploring practical and innovative solutions to global environmental and bio-cultural challenges (S)
  • CanQueer – The LGBTQ Program highlighting topics from all across Canada. (S)
  • Cheeze Pleezetaking a lighter look at awful music (M)
  • Counterspin – reversing the news spin (S)
  • Deep Threes – music beyond borders (M)
  • Democracy NowThe War & Peace report (S)
  • East Coast Countdown – features the Top Ten hottest songs from Atlantic Canadian artists as voted by the public (M)
  • Fit To Eat – a chance to talk with farmers, food producers, chefs, consumers, thinkers, gardeners, hunters, processors and many others about our relationship with food. (S)
  • For Good Reason – brings together higher education institutions and Virginia Humanities to make scholarly research accessible to all. Each week, they share exciting discoveries, rigorous debates, and new knowledge, with ever-curious host Sarah McConnell guiding the conversation. (S)
  • Frañolfun music in Spanish and French (M)
  • Girlie So GroovieA weekly award-winning music program that gives a stage to the pioneering and contemporary female and non-binary musicians in rock, punk, rap, hip hop, R&B, blues, jazz, electronic, country, alternative, indie-rock and so much more. (M)
  • The Green Majoritydedicated environmental newshour (S)>
  • Groundwirethe national campus radio program with rotating campus hosts (S)
  • Handi-Linkhost Cam Wells compares similarities and differences between disabled and able bodied life (S)
  • Jazz Boulevard – A weekly blend of the latest releases from musicians out in the clubs today, classic jazz tracks, Blues, World, and Acid Jazz. (M)
  • Julian Taylor’s Jukebox – One of Canada’s best-loved musicians, Julian Taylor, has a new radio show.  Julian Taylor’s Jukebox is all-inclusive and spins tunes that he loves to listen to. (M)
  • Midnight Specialmusic & comedy from bluegrass to folk (M)
  • Native Solidarity Newsnative issues & news (S)
  • Newfound Records – folk music from the Rock (M)
  • Planetary Radiothe quest for knowledge of our solar system and beyond (S)
  • Rabble Radio – Breaks down the news of the day from a progressive lens. (S)
  • Radio Goethemusic from and inspired by Germany (M)
  • Retrospect – 60s global garage punk rock (M)
  • Revolution Rock – The best of 60s garage rock, 70s punk/new wave, surf, alternative, indie and new/old music within those genres. (M)
  • Round The World With Cracklin’ Jane – Popular music from the first half of the 20th century, followed by a rebroadcast of a couple of old half-hour radio dramas. (M/S)
  • Science For The People – the world of science and critical thinking; (S)
  • Spoiler Alert Radio – Each week, host Toni Pennacchia provides a retrospective look at independent artists in filmmaking: cinematographers, composers, editors, production designers, set decorators, sound designers, writers, animators, and more, from across the globe. (S)
  • The Shortwave Report – a 30-minute review of news stories recorded from a shortwave radio. (S)
  • The Sonic Societyaudio drama from around the world (S)
  • The Stuph File Program – An eclectic weekly radio show of interviews and odd news heard worldwide, hosted by Peter Anthony Holder. (S)
  • Surgery Radio – music journeys of post-alternative (M)
  • Terra Informabreaking environmental news & reports (S)
  • The Freedom Principle – Featuring the newest releases of the African Diaspora, this program sees acoustic ensemble music as a developing world jazz incorporating styles and rhythms which draw from indigenous sources. (M)
  • The Mix Sessions Underground – Bringing hard to find cutting edge Deep House and Techno grooves from dance floors around the globe weekly. (M)
  • This Way Outthe international gay & lesbian radio magazine (S)
  • Viewpoints – Original civic journalism that covers the diverse needs of under-served communities across Canada. (S)
  • Walkuman Style – spinning a continuous groove of subterranean hip-hop goodness from Gamma Krush (M)
  • Women’s Hour – news of women, by women (S)
  • World Beat Canadaa one hour audio magazine featuring the very best in cultural expressions (M)
  • WINGS – the Women’s International News Gathering Service (S)