The world is no doubt filled with chaotic activities that are capable of affecting humans internally and externally. However, Mr Fact has come to make things right by teaching the masses about challenges of life and giving them possible solutions.
Viewpoints is a news magazine produced by the Community Radio Fund of Canada providing an overview of what’s happening across Canada, thanks to some 20 radio reporters posted across the country 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).
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.
Teachings in the Air is a podcast that centers around Indigenous health and wellness. Gerry Oldman from the St’at’imc Nation from Tsal’alh (Shalalth, BC) hosts TIA to discuss Indigenous related topics and issues in hopes to inspire, motivate, and empower the community to be sound in Mind, Body, Spirit, and Heart, and “Because that’s what health means,” according to Elder Gerry.
The podcast shares Elder Gerry’s teachings, stories, and personal experiences, alongside a large range of guests that Gerry finds inspiration in to help lay teachings at your feet.
Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/teachingsintheair
Linktree - https://linktr.ee/Teachingsintheair
The Canadian Philosophy Show is a radio program and podcast that was founded as “Spring Forward” in 2017 by students at Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo, BC, in conjunction with CHLY c/c radio. It is currently produced by students from Vancouver Island University with participation from students at other Canadian universities, including Simon Fraser University.
The show explores issues of classical and modern philosophy, including contemporary scientific, political, and ethical issues.
To Contact: Elaine Margaret Roach (E.M. Roach): email@example.com
The Radio Tales extension of the writer's voice (LaBelle, 2006).
This collection of radio tales The Arts Edge
The Collection of 27 (To listen to a radio tale
Radio Tale #1: The Ledge https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07112020
Radio Tale #2: You’re a Song https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07112020-0
Radio Tale #3: Bloodlines, Leylines & the Luck of the Irish https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07112020-1
Radio Tale #4: Downtown, The Great Escape https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07112020-2
Radio Tale #5: Loser’s Weep https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07112020-3
Radio Tale #6: David Cassidy, I Think I Loved You https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07182020
Radio Tale #7: Riding the Prairie Airwaves https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07182020-0
Radio Tale #8: Pardon Me if I’m Sentimental https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07182020-1
Radio Tale #9: Sixteen Candles & Four Girls on a Saturday Night https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07182020-2
Radio Tale #10: Who are You? https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07182020-3
Radio Tale #11: Rumors, Surprises & Little White Lies https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07182020-4
Radio Tale #12: On the Cover of Musical Influence https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07232020
Radio Tale #13: Falling Down the Rabbit Hole https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07232020-0
Radio Tale #14: He Called Me a Writer https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07232020-1
Radio Tale #15: Fries & Gravy and Three Songs for a Quarter https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07232020-2
Radio Tale #16: I Was Just Bad at Math https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07232020-3
Radio Tale #17: Boyfriends, Boxes and Books https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07252020
Radio Tale #18: Finding the Truth in Comedy https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07252020-2
Radio Tale #19: Settling or Settling Down https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07252020-0
Radio Tale #20: Just Until I Get My Bearings https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-07252020-1
Radio Tale #21: Facebook, Fiction and the Trouble with Fame https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-08022020
Radio Tale #22: Me & Huckelberry Finn https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-08022020-0
Radio Tale #23: Revisiting the Prairie Homestead https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-08022020-1
Radio Tale #24: The Last Days of Country Music https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-08022020-2
Radio Tale #25: My Dad, the Story of a Life https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-08152020
Radio Tale #25B: Eggs on Toast https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-08152020-0
Radio Tale #26: Waking Up in Grad School https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-08152020-2
Radio Tale #27: The Path https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/aRadio Tales-edge-playlist-08152020-1
The Collection of 21: The Early Radio Tales [2013-2014] (To listen to a radio tale
Radio Tale: Me, My Mom & Susan Jacks https://www.cjsf.ca/station/playlists/2949
Radio Tale: Meghan, Marriage and Royal Happenstance https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/radio-tales-playlist-09132022-0
The Radio Tales of The Roach Siblings
Auntie Stella singing "Good Night Irene" - https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/radio-tales-playlist-10282022
Auntie Mamie singing "Good Night Irene"
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!
Find refuge in discomfort and strength in vulnerability through 4 critical conversations of compassion and solidarity on Dame Tu Mano. A new Limited CJSF spoken word series by summer programming assistant Milena.
Alternative Radio, established in 1986, is an award-winning weekly one-hour public affairs program offered free to all public radio stations in the U.S., Canada, Europe and beyond. AR provides information, analyses, and views that are frequently ignored or distorted in corporate media. With headquarters based in Boulder, Colorado and with only two full-time and two part-time paid staff, AR airs on almost 300 radio stations. Our project is sustained by donations and by listener purchases of season subscriptions, recordings, and transcripts.
Speak My Language is a storytelling media arts project highlighting the experiences of Chinese elders facing barriers to access in the BC healthcare system. Created through collaborations between youth and seniors, Speak My Language promotes a greater awareness of accessibility in healthcare, while teaching community members media production skills and building intergenerational connections.
The audio that CJSF broadcast as part of this series includes an edited recording of the launch event for Speak My Language and the 5 documentaries. Before each documentary, there is a brief introduction by the producer(s) which was lifted from the launch event audio.
May 5: Launch
May 5: Displaced By Death (prod. Kaitlyn Fung & Sera Bao)
May 12: Do It My Way (prod. Tintin Yang & Sophy Chu)
May 19: Mei PohPoh (prod. Vanessa Myho & Cassandra Ly)
May 26: Never Too Old (prod. Emily Tsang)
June 2: A Place of Your Own (prod. Jason Yu & Daniel Chen)