This jazz show from 10:00 until noon every Sunday is designed to enlighten and provoke thought about the music and artists by offering themes most weeks, from tribute to artists, to such topics as the evolution of a given instrument, to composers vs arrangers, artists who died prematurely, to seasonal songs (ie. tunes about a given season), to jazz in the cinema, etc. Guests are always welcome to promote their music or concerts.…Rare records are utilized, as well as cds from Ray’s vast collection from years of collecting. Some might say, the program is an attempt to re-vitalize journalism in music. I have often thought about a show about music, without actually using it!
Join some of your favorite UMFM hosts as they preview festival season here in Winnipeg, featuring interviews and music from just a few of the great artists headed to Winnipeg!
Fireside Chats is a series of talks on Indigenous knowledges hosted by the Indigenous Student’s Centre, it was originally created by Elder-in-Residence Carl Stone.
Fireside Chats was created so that we have the opportunity to listen to traditional knowledge and teachings from knowledge keepers and Elders from our communities and across Turtle Island. They remind us that our teachings are not a thing of the past and they allow us to see how their wisdom apply to life and living today.
We look forward to having you sit in the circle with us.
*Fireside Chats airs every other Thursday during the school year.*
First Voices Indigenous Radio
Roughly 350 million Indigenous peoples worldwide that are struggling to maintain their cultures. FVIR is bringing those stories and features to your ears from all continents of Mother Earth. Someday soon, if not now, the rest of humanity will need those very same real Indigenous cultures that modernization and so-called civilization is destroying.
For The Wild
For The Wild is an anthology of the Anthropocene; focused on land based protection, co-liberaton and intersectional storytelling rooted in a paradigm shift from human supremacy towards deep ecology.
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.
Free Range Radio
Your ol’ pal Skippy covers the musical landscape! Tune in each week for great music and whatever else comes his way!
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.
Full Moon Hacksaw
Tasty Jazz, Blues, Rockabilly, Originals & 60s Music. A weekly program spotlighting classic and modern jazz and blues.