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Program Directory

  • Tell The Band To Go Home

    Tell The Band To Go Home is a week­ly cel­e­bra­tion of great songs and the peo­ple who bring them to life. I play songs from some of the great­est song­writ­ers of all time, includ­ing John Prine, Lyle Lovett, Fred Eagle­smith, Willie P. Ben­nett, and many more. Along with the leg­ends, I also focus on the the hottest new writ­ers of today. Every week, I try to have a dif­fer­ent musi­cal guest who can give us some insight into their songs and their per­son­al­i­ty. Pre­vi­ous guests include: David Francey, Gurf Mor­lix, James McMurtry, Eliza Gilkyson, John May­er, and many more. Also, I’m often joined by local singer/​songwriters in the stu­dio for a talk and some live music. Local favourites like Del Bar­ber, JP Hoe, Nathan, The Wailin’ Jen­nys, Scott Nolan, and many more have all stopped by. If you’re inter­est­ed in great music on a Sun­day after­noon, check out Tell The Band To Go Home every week.

  • 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!

  • Terra Informa

    Ter­ra Infor­ma is your source for local and inter­na­tion­al envi­ron­men­tal news with an Alber­tan and Cana­di­an per­spec­tive. Based out of the CJSR news depart­ment in Edmon­ton, Alber­ta we strive to inform and cre­ate awar­ness about the under-report­ed con­nec­tions between our lives and the nat­ur­al envi­ron­ment. Every week we pro­duce a show com­prised of an envi­ron­men­tal news overview, fea­ture seg­ments which often includ­ed inter­views with aca­d­e­mics, activists and com­mu­ni­ty orga­niz­ers to high­light local, nation­al and inter­na­tion­al envi­ron­men­tal issues and their Cana­di­an or Alber­tan con­nec­tion. Each show also includes a look into what envi­ron­men­tal events are hap­pen­ing in our communities.

  • Thank God It's Free Range!

    Thank God It’s Free Range! Join host (and UMFM Pro­gram Direc­tor) Michael Elves as he starts the week­end off with a run­down on upcom­ing shows; inter­views with local, nation­al and inter­na­tion­al artists; and all sorts of good music. Here on 101.5 UMFM, the week­end starts now!

  • The Bench Jockeys

    talkin’ base­ball

  • The Green Majority

    The Green Major­i­ty is a week­ly envi­ron­men­tal news pro­gram pro­duced live at CIUT in Toron­to, Cana­da and broad­cast on cam­pus and com­mu­ni­ty sta­tions across the coun­try. The show, Canada’s first and only envi­ron­men­tal news-hour, is pro­duced by a ded­i­cat­ed team of vol­un­teers. Tune into the broad­cast or down­load the pod­cast for envi­ron­men­tal head­lines, guest fea­tures and analy­sis of Canada’s most impor­tant eco­log­i­cal events. The Green Major­i­ty oper­ates with a BY-NC cre­ative com­mons license. The Green Major­i­ty is a week­ly envi­ron­men­tal news pro­gram pro­duced live at CIUT in Toron­to, Cana­da and broad­cast on cam­pus and com­mu­ni­ty sta­tions across the coun­try. The show, Canada’s first and only envi­ron­men­tal news-hour, is pro­duced by a ded­i­cat­ed team of vol­un­teers. Tune into the broad­cast or down­load the pod­cast for envi­ron­men­tal head­lines, guest fea­tures and analy­sis of Canada’s most impor­tant eco­log­i­cal events. The Green Major­i­ty oper­ates with a BY-NC cre­ative com­mons license.

  • The Hockey Show

    The Hock­ey Show with Tee­bz and Beans is all about the good ol’ hock­ey game! Every week, Tee­bz and Beans will get down to busi­ness dis­cussing news and issues from the NHL, AHL, KHL, CHL, NCAA, CIS, and any oth­er hock­ey-relat­ed mat­ter that catch­es their atten­tion. Watch for spe­cial guests to join them on the show, and make sure you’re near your phone if you want to ask the guys any hock­ey-relat­ed ques­tion! They will also be giv­ing away prizes through­out the year, so be sure to tune in if you want some free gear!

    Tee­bz is a long-time hock­ey fan with a pas­sion for the game like no oth­er. He authors Hock­ey Blog In Cana­da, and rou­tine­ly attends any and all hock­ey games he can — NHL right down to the tykes at the local are­na! Hav­ing played for many years, the defence­man now reserves his hock­ey rage for spongee on the out­door rinks in Winnipeg.

    Anoth­er defence­man, Beans is still play­ing hock­ey in local beer leagues — some­times for beers! When he’s not at the rink, he’s usu­al­ly busy at school as he works at his trade. How­ev­er, when Hock­ey Night In Cana­da hits the air­waves or when he get can to a rink, Beans shows his true love of the game!

  • The Mix Sessions

    The Mix Ses­sions is a glob­al gath­er­ing of music fans every week bring­ing you the best under­ground elec­tron­ic music around includ­ing Elec­tron­i­ca, Trip Hop, Drum & Bass and Deep House.

  • The Mothership

    the best in late night sounds, curat­ed week­ly for your ear­holes. climb aboard the mothership.

  • The Panjabi Show


    Win­nipeg’s home for desi roots and culture!

  • The Pit

    The Pit is com­ing at you heavy, loud, and drown­ing your wor­ries like a red riv­er ex-ecu­tion. Join Tay­lor, The Zom­bieChick, every Wednes­day and embalm your­self in wicked local and non-local Met­al music alike. It’ll be rain­ing blood every hump day night on UMFM 101.5

  • The Pity Party

    An hour long explorato­ry show about mid­west emo music, its roots and its cur­rent revival.

    Come join Bryan on Fri­day after­noons where we dis­cuss the past, present, and future of an ever evolv­ing genre.

  • 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 Sentinel's Marvellous Kaleidoscope

    Explor­ing the fan­tas­ti­cal sound­scape for land­marks, relics and anom­alies in pro­gres­sive rock, the branch­es of pro­gres­sive, fusion and alter­na­tive gen­res, and oth­er unique dis­cov­er­ies near and far.

  • 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 Wee Hours

    Serv­ing insom­ni­acs, drunks, the lone­ly, cab­bies, night­shifters and odd­balls since 1998.

  • 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!

  • Theme Party

    Theme Par­ty is a fun new show that’s con­stant­ly chang­ing, every episode is cen­tered around a new theme and songs that go with it.

  • There Is An Alternative

    there is no excuse for lis­ten­ing to bad music.