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Program Directory

  • Cole's Notes

    Tunes for yr ears to snack on

  • Comfort Cafe

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

    Gail loves Win­nipeg music!

  • Cretin Radio

    Rawk, punk, met­al, garage, surf, coun­try, noise, rock­a­bil­ly and more.

  • Cult of Personality

    Non-film grad­u­ates giv­ing their edu­cat­ed opin­ions on cult clas­sics (and any movie real­ly) every Mon­day, Tues­day at the latest.

  • Current Fantasy

    The show brings you a new, live, extend­ed, mod­u­lar and hard­ware syn­the­siz­er explo­ration every week. Host and syn­th­mas­ter Jeff Heisholt invites you into his mind for the hour to intro­duce you to his CUR­RENT FANTASY.

  • Dagwood Radio

    Cre­at­ing a musi­cal dag­wood sand­wich each week using two tasty Cana­di­an and local pieces of bread and fill­ing the mid­dle with music around the world to cre­ate a deli­cious hour of music for your ears

  • Dead Air

    TBA

  • Deep Threes

    Deep Threes is the week­ly radio show that brings you eclec­tic instru­men­tal sound­scapes that fuse jazz, elec­tron­i­ca, sound­tracks, mod­ern clas­si­cal, exper­i­men­tal music, and more into extend­ed mix­es. At the heart of this process is the music. The syn­er­gy of math and physics, mechan­ics and elec­tron­ics, infused with the human spir­it, ris­ing up in a riv­er of feel­ings along­side all the glis­ten­ing gems we found along the way.

  • Demo Show

    Just for training

  • Democracy Now

    Democ­ra­cy Now! is a nation­al, dai­ly, inde­pen­dent, award-win­ning news pro­gram air­ing on over 450 sta­tions in North Amer­i­ca. Pio­neer­ing the largest pub­lic media col­lab­o­ra­tion in the U.S., Democ­ra­cy Now! is broad­cast on Paci­fi­ca, NPR, com­mu­ni­ty, and col­lege radio sta­tions; on pub­lic access, PBS, satel­lite tele­vi­sion; as a pod­cast,” and on the inter­net. Democ­ra­cy Now!‘s War and Peace Report pro­vides our audi­ence with access to peo­ple and per­spec­tives rarely heard in the U.S.corporate-sponsored media, includ­ing inde­pen­dent and inter­na­tion­al jour­nal­ists, ordi­nary peo­ple from around the world who are direct­ly affect­ed by U.S. for­eign pol­i­cy, grass­roots lead­ers and peace activists, artists, aca­d­e­mics and inde­pen­dent analysts.

  • Deztination Worldwide

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

    We play world music includ­ing new and old music that recon­nects you to your respec­tive home coun­tries as I step away from main­stream music. Reg­gae, gospel, folk, soul, latin, meren­gae and so on are the the gen­res that we dish out. We also pro­mote home grown artists with inter­views and bring them to the pub­lic to show­case their tal­ents and work. We also bring you news and events that hap­pen in and around of our soci­ety as the radio is a Cam­pus and Com­mu­ni­ty Radio. In a nut shell, this is a mul­ti­cul­tur­al show that gives an oppor­tu­ni­ty to every­one to enjoy music from dif­fer­ent cultures.

    Thanks for stop­ping by.

  • Drifter In The Dark

    A week­ly mod­ern day mix-tape. Not bound to any par­tic­u­lar genre. We shift from new col­lege rock/​indie favourites, punk to funk, surf/​garage rock, folksy, bluesy, etc. 

    Email: [email protected]​umfm.​com / Twit­ter: @drifterumfm

  • Dub Ditch Picnic Radio

    We like base­ment psych, punk rock, no wave, kraut jams, long lus­cious drone, and of course Dub.

  • eTown

    eTown’s mis­sion is to edu­cate, enter­tain and inspire a diverse audi­ence through music and con­ver­sa­tion in order to cre­ate a social­ly respon­si­ble and envi­ron­men­tal­ly sus­tain­able world.

  • Expansive Prairie Skies

    Expan­sive Prairie Skies draws inspi­ra­tion from the wide open vis­tas that sur­round Win­nipeg.
    It’s the oppo­site of feel­ing hemmed in.
    It’s the sound­track to a late night dri­ve beneath a boun­ty of con­stel­la­tions.
    Con­tem­po­rary clas­si­cal and actu­al clas­si­cal.
    Avant-garde and musique con­crete.
    Noise and ambi­ent music.
    Jazz and more jazz.
    The host pro­vides the son­ic stratos­phere,
    the music does the talk­ing, you do the dreaming.

  • Exploration

    Dr. Michio Kaku is a the­o­ret­i­cal physi­cist, best-sell­ing author, and pop­u­lar­iz­er of sci­ence. He’s the co-founder of string field the­o­ry (a branch of string the­o­ry), and con­tin­ues Einstein’s search to unite the four fun­da­men­tal forces of nature into one uni­fied the­o­ry. Explo­rations in Sci­ence is an hour long radio pro­gram on sci­ence, tech­nol­o­gy, pol­i­tics, and the environment.

  • Fascinatin' Rhythm

    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!

  • Festival Express

    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!

  • 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.