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Entertainment

  • 204 Rise

    204 Rise aims to doc­u­ment the ris­ing tal­ent hid­den with­in the streets of Winnipeg. 

    We want to reveal the tal­ents of the city, whether that be through music, art, or busi­ness, in an enter­tain­ing, knowl­edge-based expe­ri­ence! Check us on youtube and insta­gram to see exclu­sive video con­tent of some of the great guests we feature!

  • Art World Innovators

    Explor­ing inno­va­tors in the art world.

  • Canadaland

    CANADA­LAND is a week­ly pod­cast host­ed by Jesse Brown.

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

  • Cult of Personality

    Non-film grad­u­ates giv­ing their edu­cat­ed opin­ions on cult clas­sics (and any movie real­ly) every Mon­day, Tues­day at the latest.

  • eTown

    eTown’s mis­sion is to edu­cate, enter­tain and inspire a diverse audi­ence through music and con­ver­sa­tion in order to cre­ate a social­ly respon­si­ble and envi­ron­men­tal­ly sus­tain­able world.

  • Freakonomics

    Freako­nom­ics Radio fer­rets out con­nec­tions between seem­ing­ly unre­lat­ed things. The pro­gram explores the rid­dles of every­day life and the weird wrin­kles of human nature — from cheat­ing and crime to par­ent­ing and sports — using the tools of eco­nom­ics to explore real-world behavior.

  • From The Vault

    From the Vault is the Paci­fi­ca Radio Archives’ week­ly pro­gram Remix­ing and Remem­ber­ing the past by explor­ing the vast­ness of sound with­in the vault of Amer­i­ca’s largest pub­lic radio archive.

  • GameChangers

    GameChang­ers cel­e­brates and cri­tiques the his­to­ry and cul­ture of gam­ing and the gam­ing indus­try with an eye on the future of fun.

  • HLLL!YH! WPG!

    Hll­lYh! Winnipeg!

    Dance, mix, fusion, rock, pop, noise, beats, treats, and hang­outs, doing-your-home­work, mon­day, 630pm, radio slot.

    So sit back,

    dance around,

    draw some stuff,

    read this book,

    crush on that girl or boy,

    go for a walk, decide to talk, 

    your dri­ving around, smok­ing those sticks,

    give some time to rethink those bricks

    and have a fun thought in the mid­dle the continent.


    Cheers!

  • Kookoo Bananas Variety Hour

    A the­mat­ic (& Wacky!) kids radio show that orig­i­nates every Sun­day on CFRU 93.3fm in Guelph, but is host­ed by trans­plant­ed Win­nipeg­gers (and father & sons team) Cap’n Kookoo & The Banana Bros.

  • Live From A Lockdown

    As we will be pro­gram­ming under some dis­tant cir­cum­stances for the fore­see­able future, we’ve got some old friends who will be pro­vid­ing us with some pro­gram­ming dur­ing the lockdown.

  • Mondo Hollywood

    The sound of stage and sil­ver screen. Week­ly curat­ed shows on a ded­i­cat­ed movie and TV relat­ed top­ic. With sound­track music span­ning the 1930s — today!

    Lis­ten to a mix of artists from decades of movie sound­tracks along­side some of Hol­ly­wood’s great­est com­posers includ­ing Bernard Her­mann, Ennio Mor­ri­cone, Jer­ry Gold­smith, Lalo Schrifin, John Bar­ry, Hen­ry Manci­ni and more. 

  • Northern Critic

    North­ern Crit­ic is a film review show which looks at pop­u­lar audi­ence-host hand­picked films based on plot, cin­e­matog­ra­phy, cast­ing and style.

  • Northern Critic Podcast

    North­ern Crit­ic is a film review pod­cast which looks at pop­u­lar audi­ence-host hand­picked films based on plot, cin­e­matog­ra­phy, cast­ing and style.

  • One Great History

    A show about the great (and not so great) his­to­ry of Win­nipeg, Man­i­to­ba, Canada.

  • Our Panjabi Show

    **cur­rent­ly on a COVID-induced hia­tus, enjoy some clas­sic” episodes until we even­tu­al­ly return**

    Win­nipeg’s home for pan­jabi roots and culture!

  • Play It Again

    The­ater inter­views and reviews.

  • Radio Survivor

    Radio Sur­vivor attempts to shed light on the ongo­ing impor­tance of radio: from the air­waves (FM, AM, Short-wave, HD, satel­lite) to online. We are pro­po­nents for the rel­e­vance of radio as a par­tic­i­pa­to­ry com­mu­ni­ca­tions medi­um. As both fans and pro­duc­ers, we write about the prob­lems and prospects of radio.

    We embrace col­lege radio sta­tions in cri­sis. We defend radio pirates. And we care about the on-going sur­vival of our favorite radio stations.

    We are obsessed with the future of radio and are charmed by radio his­to­ri­ans, radio drama­tists, radio blog­gers, and any­one else who cares about radio as deeply as we do.

  • Radiolab

    Radi­o­lab believes your ears are a por­tal to anoth­er world. Where sound illu­mi­nates ideas, and the bound­aries blur between sci­ence, phi­los­o­phy, and human expe­ri­ence. Big ques­tions are inves­ti­gat­ed, tin­kered with, and encour­aged to grow. Bring your curios­i­ty, and we’ll feed it with possibility.

  • Tell Us A Tale

    Heard on sta­tions all over the world, Tell Us A Tale, while tech­ni­cal­ly a chil­dren’s pro­gram, is so much more. Offer­ing sto­ries, tales and tunes col­lect­ed from six of the sev­en con­ti­nents (still work­ing on Antarc­ti­ca), this show appeals to lis­ten­ers of all ages. So whether you are three years old get­ting an allowance, wait­ing tables in col­lege, draw­ing a pen­sion or col­lect­ing social secu­ri­ty, gath­er round the radio each week for Tell Us A Tale!