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Program Directory

  • 52nd Street Jazz

    An eclec­tic jazz show ded­i­cat­ed to play­ing the jazz mas­ters and pro­mot­ing jazz for new­com­ers and sea­soned lis­ten­ers alike.

  • A Sordid Hour

    A week­ly broad­cast ded­i­cat­ed to Rock n’ Roll, spe­cial­iz­ing in noise rock, garage, punk, sleaze, stoner/​sludge & hard rock. A Sor­did Hour gives refuge to the aspir­ing, the unfa­mil­iar, under-rat­ed and unsung bas­tions of rock and roll.

  • After 8 Radio

    Fun breakbeat’y music, mixed live on air. Bumpy UKG and bassy house too! With guests some­times ;D

  • Alternative Radio

    Estab­lished in 1986, Alter­na­tive Radio is a week­ly one-hour pub­lic affairs pro­gram offered free to all pub­lic radio sta­tions in the U.S., Cana­da, Europe, South Africa, Aus­tralia, and on short-wave on Radio for Peace Inter­na­tion­al. AR pro­vides infor­ma­tion, analy­ses and views that are fre­quent­ly ignored or dis­tort­ed in oth­er media. AR is ded­i­cat­ed to the found­ing prin­ci­ples of pub­lic broad­cast­ing, which urge that pro­gram­ming serve as a forum for con­tro­ver­sy and debate,” be diverse and pro­vide a voice for groups that may oth­er­wise be unheard.”

  • Amplified Radio Presents...

    Ampli­fied Radio Presents is the 5th gen­er­a­tion of Ampli­fied Radio, a Cana­di­an elec­tron­ic radio show air­ing since 1999. Host­ed by Bar­ry Rooke, Ampli­fied Radio Presents: fea­tures 7 dif­fer­ent styles” of show, all mixed live, released twice a week for your lis­ten­ing pleasure.

  • An Obsession With Sound

    Whether through his live per­for­mances, orig­i­nal tracks, or stel­lar remix­es, his obses­sion with sound can be heard loud and clear. John has estab­lished him­self as one of the new and excit­ing voic­es in the tech­no world with his rhythm dri­ven yet melod­ic pro­duc­tions, hav­ing caught the ear of tech­no lumi­nar­ies such as Kevin Saun­der­son, Adam Bey­er, Richie Hawtin, and Carl Cox. His keen selec­tion of the very best under­ground tech­no and tech house has gained him the respect of the music lovers he leaves in his wake from Detroit to Ibiza, and beyond. Now at the helm of his own imprint, UNT Records, he con­tin­ues to push for unique and dis­tinc­tive high-qual­i­ty sounds with a focus on the dance floor. 

  • and the rest is noise

    doing it to you in your earhole

  • Art World Innovators

    Explor­ing inno­va­tors in the art world.

  • At Large

    The focus of the show is on music that has been record­ed over the last 50 years. It will include music that is loud or qui­et, soft or hard, local or dis­tant, pop­u­lar or obscure, elec­tric or acoustic, com­plex or sim­ple. The string that will tie it all togeth­er could be instru­men­ta­tion, lyrics, tim­ing, song­writ­ing, genre, feel.

    Enjoy.

  • Bad Intonation

    Brought to you by stu­dents of the Desau­tels Fac­ul­ty of Music.

  • Beer For Breakfast

    Tasti­er than toast, Beer For Break­fast is a full-serv­ing of home­grown artists, with a side order of vis­it­ing musicians.

    Span­ning all gen­res with the sweet sounds of Peg City since 1999, Broose deliv­ers direct to your radio; news, show list­ings, inter­views, per­for­mances, and tons of tunes; live, baby, live, every Sat­ur­day morn­ing at 8am.

    Plus, we end every show with the Near­ly Sci­en­tif­ic Six Pack — the six hottest songs from Peg City.

    Thank you for sup­port­ing local music.

  • Beyond The Panel

    Beyond the Pan­el is a talk show style type show with the aim of exploring/​analyzing comics. As the name implies the goal is to talk about sto­ry­lines, char­ac­ters, & themes across all eras of the com­ic book medium.

    Cel­e­brat­ing the diver­si­ty of comics and the wide range of top­ics addressed with­in the medium.

    Every week Cur­tis, Braedan and Bryan break­down cur­rent com­ic news, impor­tant sto­ry­lines, and help new­com­ers get into heroes or groups at the best pos­si­ble start­ing point.

  • Big Picture Science

    Could there be life-forms on worlds far beyond the bounds of Earth? The search for life as we don’t know it begins with under­stand­ing life as we do. From amoe­bas to androids to anti­mat­ter, Are We Alone? weaves togeth­er humor and com­pelling inter­views into themed pro­grams about the biggest ideas in evo­lu­tion­ary biol­o­gy, genet­ics, pale­on­tol­ogy, tech­nol­o­gy, and physics – as well as cos­mol­o­gy and astron­o­my. Are you a doubt­ing Thomas? You’ll have plen­ty of com­pa­ny as we sep­a­rate sci­ence from pseu­do­science and the facts from the pho­ny in Skep­tic Check, our month­ly look at crit­i­cal think­ing. Are We Alone? is a one-hour pro­gram, pro­duced by the SETI Insti­tute and broad­cast­ed each and every week.

  • BIOS Radio

    BiOS RADiO. Spe­cial­iz­ing in Tech­no, House, EBM, Acid Smile, Indus­tri­al, + More.

  • Bonjour Chanson

    Cel­e­brate the mag­ic of French Lan­guage Pop­u­lar Music with con­tem­po­rary hits and time­less clas­sics from Que­bec, France and Bel­gium, spe­cial­ly pre­sent­ed for an Eng­lish speak­ing audience.

  • Buckle-Up Radio

    Buck­le-Up Radio, is like the Hode Podge cat­e­go­ry in JEOPARDY!

    Any­thing and every­thing is game here. Whether it’s Jazz, Psy­che­del­lic, Folk, Coun­try, or strange Kitsch, you’ll get it on Buck­le-Up. I plan to keep you enter­tained and on the edge of your seat, won­der­ing what might be next!

  • Can We Hang?

    A new theme each week but the con­stant is the music is Canadian.

  • Canadaland

    CANADA­LAND is a week­ly pod­cast host­ed by Jesse Brown.

    Sub­scribe at http://​canada​land​show​.com

  • Cheap Tuesdays

    Loud rock, psy­che­del­ic, punk, world and soundtracks.

  • CJUM Chart Revue

    A week­ly count down the top 35 right here at UMFM!