Programs & Archives – Jazz

  • Exile Files

    Jazz, Roots, Blues, World

    True story: host, Dave Quanbury, is an exile. Each week’s show starts with an anecdote related to his experience at the border and introduces the week’s musical theme. The music spans the gamut of genres keeping to the weekly theme.

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  • ModernJazzToday

    Jazz

    The joy of creating, the voice of jazz, the stories of today that are reflected in the history of yesteryear, but a deeper reflection of the landscape of today’s sound. We have been presenters of jazz, in many forms but still distilled into the same message JAZZ. We will take this passion and life’s work and implement it into what we hope to become your passion as well. Join us, grow with us and explore your passion.

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  • Space Cadet

    Electronic/Exploratory, Ambient/Down-Tempo, Electronica, Jazz, Pop/Rock

    Atmospheric electronic music, dream pop, shoegaze, post-rock and ambient jazz with a segment where we’ll have some interesting facts about the universe, space and the cosmos.

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  • Temple of Jazz

    Jazz

    Temple of Jazz airs on alternating Saturdays from 11 am – 1 pm. Prepared specially for you, by long-time ‘jazz gourmet’ Kits Temple – a delectable jazz brunch-for-your-ears featuring tasty morsels from platters of every variety of jazzy cuisine, serving up satisfying courses from a century of recipes for invention and innovation, from points both near and far.

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  • The Gashlycrumb Tinies

    Electronic/Exploratory, Hip Hop/Groove, Jazz, Pop/Rock, Roots, World

    The English alphabet hath 26 letters, and the calendar year 52 weeks. Every week, this musical radio program focuses on a different letter of the week, following the alphabet’s order from A to Z (and neatly completing the cycle twice a year). Playing only music by artists whose names begin with that week’s letter, our hosts Sheldon and Daniel bring you their joyful discoveries every Sunday from the heart of downtown Winnipeg, on Treaty 1 Territory.

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  • The Ivory Tower

    Jazz, Roots, Bluegrass, World

    The Ivory Tower broadcasts jazz, world music and traditional folk from the dizzying heights of the fourth-and-a-half floor of the University of Winnipeg. Legendary entertainment impresario Kelly Hughes has been called “staccato and laconic” (poet Méira Cook), “so funny I peed myself” (CBC’s Shelagh Rogers), “off-putting, rude and tasteless”, and “kingpin to mavericks and musicians.” The Ivory Tower is 90 minutes fortified with the best music you haven’t heard, anecdotes, lies, recipes, and sparkling conversation with one of said mavericks/musicians, each and every week.

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  • Voyage

    Jazz

    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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