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Program Directory

Entertainment

  • 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.

  • Sacred Space

    Sacred Space is a spo­ken-word Spir­i­tu­al­i­ty based pro­gram, not reli­gious, although all ways that lead to Spir­it are ok with us, in which we talk of just that.…..One’s Way to Spir­it. We all have our small part to play in this Dream we are weav­ing and it would be an hon­or to be able to speak and share with you about your jour­ney. Sacred Space is a sanc­tu­ary where you share you Sacred Space with our Sacred Space.

  • 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!

  • The Bench Jockeys

    talkin’ base­ball

  • The Interview Show

    Each week host Scott Wood speaks to anoth­er record­ing artist about their craft.

  • The Panjabi Show


    Winnipeg’s home for desi roots and culture!

  • THE PLUG

    Cel­e­brat­ing the fresh, diverse cul­ture of Africa. Dis­cussing the press­ing issues of impor­tance to Africans in Cana­da, and spot­light­ing the events hap­pen­ing in our com­mu­ni­ty, this is THE PLUG.

  • The PLUG at Night

    More music, even more talk.

  • The Supporting Act

    The Sup­port­ing Act is a show ded­i­cat­ed to shin­ing a light on per­form­ers shy of the main­stream. On a week­ly basis, host Matt Moskal sits down with stand-up comics, musi­cians or artists that aren’t quite house­hold names. Guests range from sea­soned vet­er­ans to green beginners.

  • The Zucchini Brothers

    The Zuc­chi­ni Broth­ers have their own inter­na­tion­al­ly syn­di­cat­ed week­ly radio show. Made espe­cial­ly for kids and fam­i­lies (but cool enough for every­one,) this pro­gram invites you to spend a half-hour in Zuc­chini­Land, with the three zany Zuc­chi­nis, as they serve up a stir-fry of jokes, anec­dotes, dai­ly chores, and, of course — MUSIC!

  • This Week In Bison Sports

    TWIBS brings you every­thing you need to know about the week that was and week that will be in Bison Sports. Host Jason Pcha­jek sits down with the ath­letes you love to watch, pro­vid­ing news, recaps, and pre­views for all Bison sports.

  • TV Talkers

    TV Talk­ers! The radio talk show that dis­cuss­es any­thing and every­thing hap­pen­ing on tele­vi­sion! Whether it’s cur­rent TV shows, or doing rewatch­es (choos­ing a sea­son from a TV show and dis­cussing it week­ly) The TV Talk­ers have got you cov­ered! Far­ren, Matt, Simon & Tia­go will also have themed episodes, guest stars, guest speak­ers and oth­er fun stuff going on week­ly. You know the time (Mon­days at 5:30 pm), you know the place (101.5 UMFM), so tune into the TV Talkers!

  • Ultrasonic Film

    Ultra­son­ic Film is one of the longest run­ning Film Talk pro­grams in Cana­da! Also one of the few UMFM pro­grams that has been broad­cast­ing since Sept 1998!

    Host James Bor­sa reviews movies, chat’s with guests, play’s clips and enjoys cel­e­brat­ing film!

    Cur­rent­ly, we have 3 main co-hosts, Uni­ver­si­ty of Man­i­to­ba Film Pro­fes­sor Bren­da Austin-Smith, Mon­do Hol­ly­wood” host Aman­da Ste­fa­niuk and life-long film fan Eric from Edmonton!

    Air­ing Thurs­day night at 10pm, why not tune in to see what to catch this com­ing weekend?

  • Winnipeg Music Project

    The #Win­nipeg­Mu­sicPro­ject, start­ed by Ash­ley Bieniarz, was cre­at­ed to make a con­nec­tion between estab­lished and emerg­ing artists to con­nect to fans or influ­ence musi­cians who are think­ing of start­ing a per­form­ing career. Each inter­view gives the read­er an inside look as to why each artist or band start­ed, what they had to go through to get to where they are today, and how they write their music!