CJUM’s airwaves are filled with amazing radio shows but it doesn’t stop there! Some of our wonderful volunteers and friends within the greater Winnipeg community have produced these excellent stand alone podcasts that we think you should give a listen too! You can check them out below, or subscribe to them via the provided RSS feed, iTunes, Spotify or your favourite podcast provider.
In you're interested in partnering with us on your own podcast project, email us at [email protected].
Akiiwaan (It is the land, the earth) focuses on Indigenous environmental injustices and issues, and includes traditional ecological knowledge and land-based learning.
Non-film graduates giving their educated opinions on cult classics (and any movie really) every Monday, Tuesday at the latest.
A series of monthly conversations with University of Manitoba President Michael Benarroch about what’s happening on campus and in his office.
Northern Critic is a film review podcast which looks at popular audience-host handpicked films based on plot, cinematography, casting and style.
Hello out there! We’re on the air! We are Co-Host Tom and Co-Host Randy, and it’s time to talk some hockey.
We don’t pretend to be insiders or know-it-all experts, no, we are just two pretty regular dudes who play hockey, watch hockey and talk hockey! Each episode features a Local Craft Beer of the Week and such fun segments as the Vintage Hockey Hair POTW, the Local Legend, the “Wearing The Pants” segment and much, much more. Expect to be entertained and hey — maybe we will all even learn a few things along the way about the game we all love!
New Episodes weekly. Keep your stick on the ice!!! #wayshegoes
Youth Employment Services offers FREE employment services to youth 16 – 29 across Manitoba. We host a bi-weekly podcast series that talks about everything from finding a job to exploring different career options. New episodes every other Wednesday. Welcome to the Job Pod!
Treaty No. 1 was negotiated and entered into on August 3rd, 1871 at Lower Fort Garry, southeast of Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada. Treaty 1 Nation consists of 7 First Nations: Brokenhead Ojibway First Nation, Long Plain First Nation, Peguis First Nation, Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation, Sagkeeng First Nation, Sandy Bay First Nation, and Swan Lake First Nation.
The Treaty 1 Nation podcast focuses on news, events, and communications between members, leadership, and the future development of the Treaty 1 Nation.
Chi-Miigwech to A Tribe Called Red, we use their song “Electric Pow Wow Drum” from their debut record as our intro and extro music.