June 21st is National Aboriginal Day. CJSF celebrates the indigenous peoples of Canada from unceded Coast Salish Territories in what is known today as Burnaby, British Coumbia
CJSF's Public Affairs and Talk Magazine show, featuring a wide variety of community-minded stories and conversations. Produced by CJSF's Public Affairs & Talk Department.
The Adventures of MechaBetty is a fun scifi audiodrama series based on the old fashioned radio serials of the 1940s, the retro scifi style of the 1950s, some modern storytelling thrown into the mix, and all about the two ton dynamite cyborg dame MechaBetty!
SUSPENSE, "Radio's Outstanding Theater of Thrills", has returned from the great beyond in this revival by Blue Hours Productions. With a mix of original scripts and adaptations of classic works, all performed by a crack company of Hollywood actors and supplemented with music and real-life sound effects, SUSPENSE captures the feel of radio's 'Golden Age' without being an imitation.
Local arts and culture interviews with people from fringe communities.
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!
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! Modeled on oldtime radio, back before there was TV, "Live! at the Clubhouse" is a great place for young listeners.