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Program Directory

  • Scary Hours


  • Sea Change Radio

    Sea Change Media’s mis­sion is to make con­nec­tions that advance the shift toward social, envi­ron­men­tal, and eco­nom­ic sus­tain­abil­i­ty. Sea Change Media is a sole­ly-owned propi­etor­ship.

    Sea Change Radio, the pri­ma­ry project of Sea Change Media, is a week­ly show cov­er­ing the shifts to social, envi­ron­men­tal, and eco­nom­ic sustainability.

  • Seasons

    Wel­come to Sea­sons!

    Like Sea­sons peo­ple change and so does their moods. This show is moody and is inspired by the weath­er. The show intends to deliv­er the songs that will help you find the cozi­ness that you need no mat­ter how you feel and where you might be. The songs are picked week­ly for each episode with a theme and the songs are select­ed to fit the time and the weather. 

    The Music picked for the show are from new Indie artists, Video Games, Visu­al Nov­els, Inter­na­tion­al Music, Film, The­atre, and more!

    So do not hes­i­tate to send your favourite song to get fea­tured that you think fits a moody and chill evening vibe! 

  • sHIFT Radio

    Since Octo­ber 2001 Oxide & André Bis­seck have delved into the deep, the funky and the min­i­mal. André packed up and moved to Vic­to­ria (and has vol­un­teered at CFUV 101.9 FM) so Fri­day’s have been filled with local and inter­na­tion­al guest spots with Oxide. sHIFT Radio is the audio gate­way to start your week­end off.

  • Signal Distortion

    sig­nal dis­tor­tions’ — a week­ly dis­play of all things inter­net-core: rang­ing from digi­core, mid­west emo, plugg, hyper­pop, elec­tropop, shoegaze, break­core, indie rock, and more cel­e­brat­ed by the youth of the web

  • Ska Party

    We play ska and all of its hyphen­ations every week on our own radio show, Ska Party!

  • Something Else

    In a recent coun­try wide poll on tur­tle island indige­nous peo­ples were exclud­ed from the stats, mak­ing them cat­e­gor­i­cal some­thing else”. As Indige­nous peo­ple the pop­u­lar belief is that we live some­where between mar­gin­al­ized and extinct. This pod­cast invites the lis­ten­er deep into the space between the lines, out­side the mar­gins, it embraces… oth­er”. On this pod­cast you will fol­low 3 Indige­nous pro­tag­o­nists as your tour guides into the tri­umphs and strug­gles of con­tem­po­rary Indige­nous peo­ples. The some­thing else uni­verse was born from a yearn­ing to cre­ate the sanc­tu­ary my own ner­vous sys­tem need­ed. It is a space where rage is cel­e­brat­ed, dreams are cul­ti­vat­ed, rest is cen­tered, and heroes are born. Just as its name sug­gests this pod­cast is unlike any oth­er, it pulls ele­ments and action from our world now and skill­ful­ly weaves them anew in this nar­rat­ed indige­nous futur­ism land­scape. It is my wish that this marks the begin­ning of a very long, very ancient jour­ney togeth­er, lis­ten­er and storyteller. 

    The some­thing else uni­verse was cre­at­ed, writ­ten, voice act­ed, sound­scaped, pro­duced and edit­ed by Kat Coulée” Ross. Spe­cial thanks to the staff and vol­un­teers at CFUV 101.9FM. Orig­i­nal score and music by Reil8 of @the_r.a.p_ Art­work gen­er­at­ed by AI pro­grams, Mid­jour­ney and DALL‑E.

  • Something Like It

    A Talk show dis­cussing the world’s most press­ing top­i­cal issues rang­ing from pol­i­tics to pop cul­ture and con­spir­a­cy theory. 

  • Songsmiths

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

    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!

  • Suburban Home

    Your home for every­thing melod­ic punk and emo, with a sprin­kle of what­ev­er mixed in

    Your host Fish will play an array of select­ed tracks span­ning mul­ti­ple punk/​hardcore/​indie rock sub­gen­res across numer­ous decades, plus some locals! Through­out the show are fun facts about the musi­cians, news about bands com­ing to town or news about new releas­es com­ing out, or just about what­ev­er else I can think of. Some­times I’ll even get a spe­cial guest to inter­view about their music-relat­ed career, whether it be as a musi­cian or a photographer.

    The show is pret­ty unpre­dictable, and I will play absolute­ly any­thing no mat­ter how big or small they are. Turn it up to 11 and join our sub­ur­ban fam­i­ly on Wednes­days at 1pm, on UMFM 101.5

    Vis­it my Youtube for more inter­views as part of the Sub­ur­ban Home: At Home series — https://​www​.youtube​.com/​@​subur…

    I want to be stereo­typed, I want to be clas­si­fied

  • Sunlit Youth

    it’s like indie/​alternative rock with a hint of classics

  • Swing Radio

    Big bands, blues, swing and jazz; music from yesteryear.