91.3FM CJTR Debuts five new shows

Regina’s Community Radio Station Debuts Five New Programs!

Regina, SK – CJTR 91.3FM, Regina’s community radio station is debuting five exciting new shows over the next ten days. The shows cover a diverse variety of topics and musical genres, which is one of the unique aspects of community radio: specialized programming run by passionate volunteer programmers, free of commercial or institutional interests.

New Program Descriptions and Start Dates:

The Rok Boutique

Brit pop, glam rock and more, hosted by British Barry Osborn and our own Kent Rocks. The show will air Tuesdays from 9-10pm. Start Date: October 27th at 9pm.

Queen City Improvement Bureau

An irreverent local issues show framed as a long-forgotten (and fictional) branch of city hall, hosted by Paul Dechene and Aidan Morgan. The show will air Thursdays from 7-8pm. Start Date: Thursday, October 29th at 7pm.

Live on 11th

Live recordings and interviews with local bands, hosted by Kelly Cairns and Jonathan Hill. The show will air Tuesday evenings from 10-11pm. The public is welcome to be part of the live studio audience on Thursday evenings at The Artful Dodger. Start Date: Tuesday, November 3rd at 10pm.

For The Health Of It

A monthly health-focused show hosted by Kaylee and Chelsea, airing the first Thursday of every month from 10-10:30am. Start date: Thursday, November 5th at 10am.

Sour Hour

A collectively run program showcasing women and feminine-identified artists from a wide variety of disciplines, hosted by Cat Abenstein, Leo Keiser, Jaye Kovach, and Shayna Stock. The show will air the third Wednesday of every month from 9-10am. Start Date: Wednesday, November 18th at 9am.

Listeners can tune into CJTR’s programming in a variety of ways:

  • 91.3FM on the radio dial in the Regina area
  • By downloading our mobile app
  • On-line via www.cjtr.ca
  • Channel 700 on Access Communications
  • Channel 806 on SaskTel

For a detailed list of programming, please consult our online program guide or check out the new issue of Prairie Dog magazine. As ever, Regina Community Radio welcomes new shows to incorporate into the station’s excellent programming. There are a number of opportunities for members of the organization to get involved. This could be volunteering and fundraising in a number of ways, including hosting your own program.


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