Check out our chart on earshot-online.com! 1 2 Bull North Low Harmony Self-Released 2 — Wolf Willow The Darston Waltz Self-Released 3 re Angel Olsen My Woman Jagjaguwar 4 4 Garrys Warm Buds Sound & Silence 5 1 Tim Darcy … Continue reading
RADIUS: A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT REGINA COMMUNITY RADIO airs every Saturday in March from 3-4pm during the Plain A.I.R. hour. Details below! We are collecting stories about CJTR throughout this anniversary year! If you have your own stories to share about … Continue reading
CJTR is pleased to welcome lots of new programs to our schedule over the last couple of months! In alphabetical order: Alone Together (4-6pm): Host Trent Reschny plays jazz from all periods with a focus on classic and Canadian content. … Continue reading
Here’s your weekly round-up of CJTR’s podcasts: on Regina Community Radio you can find conversation about sports, public affairs, nature, video games, board games, comics, art and more. All podcasts are regularly posted on our Podcast page; check there for … Continue reading
The latest top 30 chart is here!
The latest and greatest Top 30 chart is here! The top three spots belong to Snake River (#1), The Pack A.D. (#2) and Royal Red Brigade (#3). Check … Continue reading
The Queen City Improvement Bureau jumps the hyper-intelligent mutant shark in our summer blockbuster clip show “Escape From City Hall Part 1“. The thrilling conclusion, Escape From City Hall Part 2, — featuring special guest Mayor Michael Fougere — airs this Thursday, … Continue reading
Check out the latest Top 30 charts! Compiled by superstar volunteer charts editor, Whistlin’ Jeff M.
Plain A.I.R (July 2016): Rad Jams with Nick Faye The July edition of Plain A.I.R. is Rad Jams, a celebration of summertime Saskatchewan music festivals. Host Nick Faye of Nick Faye and The Deputies will guide us through the month … Continue reading
Check out the latest Top 30 charts! Compiled by superstar volunteer charts editor, Whistlin’ Jeff M. Check out our new charts program today from 1-3pm hosted by Cat A and Whistlin’ Jeff M called Chart Breaker, with selections from the … Continue reading