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Program Directory

News & Current Affairs

  • 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!

  • Prairie Design Lab

    Prairie Design Lab (PDL) is a pod­cast on ideas, design, and cul­ture, in col­lab­o­ra­tion with jour­nal­ist Ter­ry MacLeod. Each episode cov­ers a range of con­ver­sa­tions cen­tered around local and glob­al per­spec­tives and is pro­duced in con­junc­tion with the lec­ture series at the Fac­ul­ty of Archi­tec­ture of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Manitoba.

    The host, Ter­ry MacLeod, is an inde­pen­dent Emmy-nom­i­nat­ed jour­nal­ist and recip­i­ent of The Queen’s Dia­mond Jubilee Medal. In his 33 years with CBC, he estab­lished him­self as a respect­ed, informed, inquis­i­tive, and com­pas­sion­ate pres­ence. He left CBC for new pur­suits on Dec 31, 2016. With CBC Win­nipeg, he was a host on Infor­ma­tion Radio” and host/​producer of The Week­end Morn­ing Show.” In 2005 with Ter­ry host­ing, Infor­ma­tion Radio was named The Best Local CBC Radio Pro­gram in Canada.”

  • Rabble Radio

    rab­ble radio is a week­ly pod­cast and radio pro­gram that tunes in on the issues and actions that mat­ter to you. 

    It is the flag­ship pod­cast of rab​ble​.ca, an award-win­ning, inde­pen­dent, com­mu­ni­ty-dri­ven media. Among the first dig­i­tal jour­nal­ism orga­ni­za­tions in Cana­da, and the first to incor­po­rate as non-prof­it, rab​ble​.ca has been at the fore­front of report­ing on nation­al pol­i­tics with a pro­gres­sive lens that cen­tres issues of social move­ments, of labour, and of grass­roots activism.

    We began as a vision of jour­nal­ists, writ­ers, artists, activists and tech lead­ers across the coun­try. They saw, first hand, the need for broad­er report­ing on sto­ries from civ­il soci­ety. In the ear­ly days, before big tech explod­ed on the media scene, we pio­neered the place of tech­nol­o­gy in jour­nal­ism – from our pod­cast net­work (ahead of iTunes!), to our ear­ly explo­rations of the use of live video to, for exam­ple, stream activism live from the streets across the country.

    Over the years rab­ble has brought labour jour­nal­ism back to Cana­da, intro­duced a par­lia­men­tary reporter to pro­gres­sive, non prof­it media and pro­vid­ed train­ing to gen­er­a­tions of jour­nal­ists through intern­ships and fellowships.

    If you like what you hear, remem­ber we here at rab​ble​.ca cov­er and pro­duce a lot more time­ly news, com­men­tary and even events online. You can find it all at rab​ble​.ca.

  • Radio Ecoshock

    Radio Ecoshock offers a vari­ety of Green news, fea­tures, and Indie music. Our Radio Ecoshock News” arrives from dis­tant jun­gles, and from the chem­i­cal plant next door. We report on endan­gered species, tox­ic tech­nolo­gies, defor­esta­tion, smog, cli­mate change, nuclear weapons and reac­tors, over­fish­ing in the oceans, and more. We’ll pass on the activ­i­ties of envi­ron­ment groups, large and small. Ecoshock radio takes you to far­away places, to expe­ri­ence nature’s sounds. And var­i­ous inde­pen­dent artists have con­tributed their music and sound clips.

  • 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.

  • Science for the People

    We are a long-for­mat inter­view show that explores the con­nec­tions between sci­ence, pop­u­lar cul­ture, his­to­ry, and pub­lic pol­i­cy, to help lis­ten­ers under­stand the evi­dence and argu­ments behind what’s in the news and on the shelves. Every week, our hosts sit down with sci­ence researchers, writ­ers, authors, jour­nal­ists, and experts to dis­cuss sci­ence from the past, the sci­ence that affects our lives today, and how sci­ence might change our future.

  • 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.

  • Talking Radical Radio

    In these week­ly, in-depth inter­views, you get to hear grass­roots activists engaged in a broad range of social change work in com­mu­ni­ties across Cana­da talk about what they’re doing, how they’re doing it, and why they’re doing it. You get an oppor­tu­ni­ty to lis­ten and to learn — about aspects of the world around us that are made vis­i­ble through these activists’ strug­gles; about choic­es, suc­cess­es, and fail­ures in their orga­niz­ing that can inform your own; and about pos­si­bil­i­ties for col­lab­o­ra­tion and solidarity.

  • 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.

  • 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 JOB POD with Youth Employment Services

    Youth Employ­ment Ser­vices offers FREE employ­ment ser­vices to youth 16 – 29 across Man­i­to­ba. We host a bi-week­ly pod­cast series that talks about every­thing from find­ing a job to explor­ing dif­fer­ent career options. New episodes every oth­er Wednes­day. Wel­come to the Job Pod!

  • Toban Talks

    Week­ly news briefs from the pages of the Man­i­to­ban, your stu­dent newspaper.

  • Turning Pages

    An in-depth dis­cus­sion with an author about one of their works. His­to­ry, eco­nom­ics, com­e­dy, art, crime, fic­tion and more, the title may vary but the exam­i­na­tion of the book remains the same.

  • U Talk

    U Talk is a Talk Show host­ed by Ryan Funk, high­light­ing native-born and new Cana­di­ans’ cul­tures and experiences. 

    Every­one has a sto­ry to tell. Those who moved to Cana­da have a wealth of knowl­edge and expe­ri­ences that I and many oth­ers may nev­er have. This radio show allows peo­ple to learn from per­son­al expe­ri­ences, strug­gles, back­grounds, and cul­tures of com­mu­ni­ties that may not have their voic­es heard.

  • UMFM Special Broadcasts

    From time to time, we need to inter­rupt our reg­u­lar­ly sched­uled pro­gram­ming to bring you some­thing that is time sen­si­tive, late-break­ing or some­thing that we feel is of par­tic­u­lar inter­est to you, our loy­al lis­ten­ers. We assure you that your reg­u­lar­ly sched­uled pro­gram­ming will return soon, so in the mean­time, kick back and enjoy this spe­cial broadcast!

  • Viewpoints

    View­points is the lat­est news mag­a­zine pro­duced by the Com­mu­ni­ty Radio Fund of Cana­da. It pro­vides an overview of what’s hap­pen­ing across Cana­da, thanks to some 20 radio reporters post­ed across the coun­try (British Colum­bia, Alber­ta, Ontario, North West Ter­ri­to­ries, Québec, New Brunswick and Nova Sco­tia) and work­ing for the Local Jour­nal­ism Ini­tia­tive (LJI). The Local Jour­nal­ism Ini­tia­tive (LJI) sup­ports the pro­duc­tion of orig­i­nal civic jour­nal­ism news con­tent that cov­ers the diverse needs of under­served com­mu­ni­ties across Cana­da. Pol­i­tics, soci­ety, envi­ron­ment, com­mu­ni­ty, arts and cul­ture take the air on «View­points» host­ed by Boris Chas­sagne. The Com­mu­ni­ty Radio Fund of Cana­da works in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the Nation­al Cam­pus and Com­mu­ni­ty Radio Asso­ci­a­tion (NCRA/ANREC).


    WINGS: Wom­en’s Inter­na­tion­al News Gath­er­ing Ser­vice is an all-woman inde­pen­dent radio pro­duc­tion com­pa­ny that pro­duces and dis­trib­utes news and cur­rent affairs pro­grams by and about women around the world. WINGS pro­grams are used by non-com­mer­cial radio sta­tions, wom­en’s stud­ies, and indi­vid­u­als. For more infor­ma­tion, you can vis­it Wings on the web at www​.wings​.org.