Programs & Archives

  • The Wonderful & Frightening World of Patrick Michalishyn

    Pop/Rock, Eclectic

    Turn on, tune in, and take a break from normality. Visit a place where free-form freakouts mingle with meditative moogs, silver screen scores sidle up to radiophonic excursions, and forgotten outsiders play nice around the deep cuts and obcuriousities.
    Every week, I’ll make a pastiche-playlist live n’ on the fly for you, listener, that’ll run the range of known sound (and then some!!).
    I might even welcome a guest into my world from time to time…

    Always different, always the same. See you next Thursday!

    Oh, and there’s compulsory Can.

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  • The World


    A 90-minute transglobal holiday combining the traditional and contemporary. Stories of struggle told by people all over the world, through the universal language — music.

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  • This Way Out

    Spoken Word, LGBTQ

    This Way Out is the award-winning internationally distributed weekly LGBT radio program, produced in Los Angeles and currently airing on over 175 local community radio stations around the world.

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  • Trouble with the Sandman

    Electronic/Exploratory, Loud, Punk, Pop/Rock, Indie

    Insomiacs Unite! David Trouble will stay with you from midnight to 6am Thursday morning. Much can happen in 6 hours so expect to hear sounds ranging from anything remotely rock (indie, punk etc.) to sound art, sound scapes, and electronic music. Plus random feautures: the hour of suck, seven-inch survey sample, various band and thematic profiles, backwards music and the dawn yodeler.

    For the month of October, local storyteller, hannah g, is back with Nocturnes 2: The Brass Bowel Diner from 3-4am.

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  • Truth Before Reconciliation

    Spoken Word, First Nations, Public Affairs

    Truth before Reconciliation, hosted by Tammy Wolfe, provides listeners with a variety of knowledgeable perspective on both current and historical context of Indigenous truths throughout Canada, in order to educate, inform and encourage reconciliation through community awareness and taking action.

    “We’re building relationships and teaching Truth before Reconciliation”

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  • Twang Trust

    Roots, Country and Western

    Black & white and sepia-tone, high and lonesome, or complacent and subversive — TwangTrust host Stu Reid promises to bring you the best of both kinds of music each week. Called alt-country by the big city folks these days, this genre-defying genre of music kicks the doors open to encompass traditional country, blues & grass, rockabilly, folk and our old favorite, big dumb rock’n’roll. Whether y’all’s looking for boot skankin’ boogie or cry in your beer tears, you’ll find it on the TwangTrust.

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  • Two Princes

    Pop/Rock, Eclectic, Spoken Word, Comedy

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  • Voyage


    Mainly contemporary jazz from North America and around the world with a “historical” segment each week. A blend of melodic and experimental music from the wide definition that describes modern jazz.

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  • We Build Hits

    Hip Hop/Groove

    Tune in for R&B and hip hop with a mixture of other genres. The show also includes interviews from artists and producers around the globe both signed and unsigned. The goal is to connect artists with other artists so that we can work together as one unified musical nation!

    Follow on twitter @webuildhits

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  • What On Earth Is Going On?

    Spoken Word, Human Rights, Environmental, Storytelling, World Affairs

    Your weekly podcast for a world in flux.

    Globalization and climate change. AI and VR. Donald Trump and Flat Earthers. The world is changing so fast that we can’t get a grip on how we got here, let alone where we’re headed.

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  • What’s Up Winnipeg


    A snapshot of upcoming music shows and concerts planned in Winnipeg.

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  • Where Angels Fear to Tread

    Spoken Word, Unexplored Realms

    The ``Powers That Would-Be`` have made their intentions quite clear: they need us divided, confused and in a state of fear. Do we really want to live like this?

    Where Angels Fear to Tread seeks a way through and past these dark Intentions. There are only two states: LOVE/FEAR. We have the option to choose what is best for our well-being and what is best for the future. The way through is simply to choose Love over Fear. Most humans are inherently good and we need only remember this while looking into the darkness and seeking a better way to live.

    Join us each Sunday after midnight as we expose the nature of some of these problems in our world while exploring possible solutions to some of the more troubling and disturbing agendas which are coming more and more into the light as humanity is waking up.

    We can take back our power and realize that the minority of humanity – the “Powers That Would-Be” – are far outnumbered by those of us who are loving, caring, and remaining hopeful in spite of the wide spread corruption and greed we see going on in our world.

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    Spoken Word

    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. Programs can be heard on local radio stations, on shortwave, on the internet, and on cassettes. The WINGS Mailing List provides updates on stories and new information about women’s media.

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  • Winnipeg Arena Is on Fire!

    Loud, Pop/Rock

    Join host JohNNy SiZZle as he spins you punk, metal, indie, acoustic music, light-hearted opinions and more.

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  • Wooden Spoons

    Spoken Word, Cooking, Food Issues

    Wooden Spoons, explores paths to healthy living in our homes and our communities through whole foods, environmentally friendly living, and the importance of supporting the local economy.

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  • You Can’t Hide From God

    Roots, Nostalgia

    Gospel with a twist.

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