The Round-Up: CJTR’s Latest and Greatest (April 4-10)

Welcome to the Round-up, CJTR’s collection of the most recent and decent podcasts. All programs are non-GMO and 96% organic (the remaining 4% is heavy metals and candy bar wrappers).

ArtsWave (April 5)

ArtsWave! Jeanne Alexander hosts this hour-long conversation with artists, makers and writers in Saskatchewan. This week’s guest: Jamie Swift, co-author of The Vimy Trap, or How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Great War.

Bonus Round (April 5)

PS3, Wii, XBOX 360. News, reviews and opinions for your video game needs. Listen while you Wii. Or listen while you box 360 X’s. Wordplay is tough.

Game Day (April 10)

Sports roundtable discussion show with lots of Rider talk, CFL, NFL, NHL, WHL and local sports.

Gender Talk (April 7)

Host Stephanie Cox brings you information and news for the gender-diverse community in Saskatchewan.

Just Drawn That Way (April 6)

Get sequential with Dustin B of the Infinity Watch as he talks all things comics and comics-related. Recent releases, weekly reviews and a look at what’s going on with comics in general.

Knight Views (April 5)

Join hosts Sherry Knight and Jim Aho as they discuss all aspects of employment and business. This week, Matthew Wood talks about the state of potash.

Listen Up (April 4)

Current, human and public affairs interviews with your host Dave Morgan. In the first half, Dave talks with Todd MacPherson and Darwin Mott about Parkinson’s Disease. In the second half, Barb Byers from the Canadian Labour Council discusses the rise of the women’s movement in organized labour and related issues.

Of Dice and Men (April 9)

Oh, a board game show/ Is a board game show/ It’s not a show/ About rhyming. Featured game: El Grande.

Queen City Improvement Bureau (April 6)

At the Queen City Improvement Bureau, co-hosts Paul Dechene and Aidan Morgan figure out every problem in Regina. This week, Aidan is missing and Chinese Connection host Helen Chang is filling in. Does she do a better job than Aidan? You’ll have to listen to find out, but she does a much better job than Aidan. Guests are Ward 6 Councillor Joel Murray and MLA Nicole Sarauer.

Radio Kids/Radioactive (March 26)

Radio Kids is a show powered by the ideas, musings, and imaginations of  kids, for kids and by kids.  It’s where you might first hear Regina’s next rising star performing, or find out about an interesting book or song, or travel through an audio documentary that you’ve always wondered about.

Rear-view Mirror (April 4)

Rear-view Mirror provides Regina and area residents with a greater understanding and appreciation for some of Regina’s rich history and notable people. Hosted by Amanda G. Bi-weekly, rebroadcasted in the alternating week. Amanda’s guest is Jason Hall, proprietor of Stone Hall Castle.

Sour Hour (March 16)

Welcome to the Sour Hour, a monthly program showcasing women and feminine-identified artists from a wide variety of disciplines. This month’s episode is co-hosted by Jaye Kovatch and Cat Abenstein. Guest is spoken word poet Erin Cotton.

The Prairie Naturalist (April 6)

On this week’s Prairie Naturalist, host Jared Clarke interviews naturalist Charlotte Waslyck and Allyson Brady, Executive Director Saskatchewan Environmental Society. Not interviewed this week: The Mountain Unnaturalist, sworn enemy of the Prairie Naturalist. 

Toast and Coffee (April 10)

Local Regina events and information on non-profit agencies, charities and various other people and groups who add to the social fabric of our great city.

Listen now: http://cjtr.ca/podcasts/download.php?filename=2017-04-10_toastandcoffee-10apr17.mp3

Podcast cupboard: http://cjtr.ca/podcasts/?p=archive&cat=toast_and_coffee

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One Response to The Round-Up: CJTR’s Latest and Greatest (April 4-10)

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