Formerly, the African Caribbean Connection (ACC), West Coast Island Vibes with Cptn Dj rEdEyEzz is based on the principles of Family, Friends, Community and Culture. Focused on the best in African and Afro-Caribbean music, culture, issues and events happening in our community and around the world with your host Cptn Dj rEdEyEzz and occasional Special Guest.
CJSF 90.1 FM is proud to co-present, with SFU Galleries, Listening to Pictures: Artists on the SFU Art Collection, a 10-episode radio program featuring voices of artists with lived experience on the West Coast responding to selected artworks in SFU's art collection.
Listening to Pictures: Artists on the SFU Art Collection will air on CJSF every Thursday at 2:00pm from June 16 to August 18, 2022, and will be archived as podcasts on the SFU Galleries website at https://www.sfu.ca/galleries/special-projects/current/ListeningtoPictures.html. Image descriptions and transcripts of recordings can be accessed under each episode entry.
Featuring (via the SFU Galleries website):
Lucien Durey on Allyson Clay / Christian Vistan and Kiel Torres on Roy Kiyooka / Brady Cranfield and Kathy Slade on Bridge Beardslee / Carol Sawyer and Laurance Playford-Beaudet on May Wilson / Ken Lum on Corita Kent / Marian Penner Bancroft and Patrik Andersson on Christos Dikeakos / COSINIYE Paul and Sage Paul on Susan Point / Fabiola Carranza and Michelle Helene Mackenzie on Althea Thauberger / Kara Ditte Hansen and Steffanie Ling on Ken Lum / Laiwan on Jin-me Yoon
Organized by Kimberly Phillips and Karina Irvine
Sound production by Jean Brazeau
Graphic design by Information Office
This project has been made possible with support from the Canada Council for the Arts Digital Now program, and is produced in partnership with CJSF-FM.
Every Tuesday from 5-6 PM on CJSF 99.1 FM!
Oh No! Radio acknowledges and understands that it takes place on the traditional, unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.
Public Affairs Discussions
Interviews, Roundtable Discussions, Poetry, Podcasts - you'll hear it all (and much more!) here in the place to be with Sista C, every Friday morning at 10am. Tune in, and then Speak Up, Listen Up, and Act Upon what you've learned!
CJSF is proud to celebrate and support LGBTQ+ communities across the lowermainland, Canada, and the world. This programming coincides with the Vancouver Pride Festival.
African Caribbean Connection Radio Show is based on the principles of Family, Friends, Community and Culture. We focus on the best in African and Afro-Caribbean music, culture, issues and events happening in our community and around the world with your host Meky Thompson (Cptn Dj rEdEyEzz ) and occasional Special Guest. (ACC) African Caribbean Connection Radio Program Every Saturday 2-4pm(PDT) 3-5pm(MDT) 4-6pm(CDT) 5-7pm(EDT) 6-8pm(ADT) 7-9pm(NDT)
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Tune in each week as host Scott Wood interviews the best and brightest indie bands.