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THE ROUND-UP: CJTR’S LATEST AND GREATEST PODCASTS (MARCH 29-APRIL 3)

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Welcome to the Round-up, CJTR’s most recent and decent podcasts.

ArtsWave (March 29)

Jeanne Alexander hosts this hour-long conversation with artists, makers and writers in Saskatchewan. This week’s guests include author Kay Parley and performing artist Erin Missick.

Bonus Round (March 29)

PS3, Wii, XBOX 360. News, reviews and opinions for your video game needs. Listen while you Wii.

Game Day (April 3)

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

Gender Talk (March 30)

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

Just Drawn That Way (April 23)

Join Dustin B of the Infinity Watch to talk all things comics and comics-related. Recent releases, weekly reviews and look at what’s going on with comics in general.

Knight Views (March 29)

Get working on your Knight Views with hosts Sherry Knight and Jim Aho as they discuss all aspects of employment and business.

Listen Up (March 21)

Current, human and public affairs interviews with your host Dave Morgan. In the first half of this episode Dave speaks to the folks behind the Leader Post Christmas Cheer Fund which raises money to assist four area shelters. In the second half hour, Dave explores ‘Behind the Counter: A Day in the life of a Pharmacist’, in time for Pharmacy Awareness Month in Saskatchewan.

Of Dice and Men (March 26)

It’s a board game show! This week: Ryan, Adam and Chad talk about board gaming etiquette and review their featured game, Clank!

Queen City Improvement Bureau (March 30)

Behind a locked door in a dark City Hall basement, the Queen City Improvement Bureau work endlessly to improve – well, everything. This week’s guest is Sean McEachern from Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association

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 (March 21)

Rear-view Mirror provides Regina and area residents with a greater understanding and appreciation for some of Regina’s rich history and notable people. By talking about people, buildings and events that have shaped Regina’s past, we can have a better understanding of our future. Hosted by Amanda G. Bi-weekly, rebroadcasted in the alternating week.

The 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 (March 30)

Did you know that Jared Clarke, aka the Prairie Naturalist, is also a natural prairieist? It’s a CJTR fact! This week’s guests are Myrna Pearman from Ellis Bird Farm in Lacombe, Alberta, and Calgary biologist Chris Fisher.

Toast and Coffee (April 3)

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. Who can choose between toast and coffee? This week, Wayne Moffat from CMHA talks about suicide prevention.

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Listen Up Tues April 4, 2017 11a.m. – 12 noon

Dave’s guests: 11 a.m. Todd MacPherson, Managing Director, Saskatchewan, Parkinson Canada & Darwin Mott, Parkinson’s sufferer & mentor Parkinson Support Group, Regina during Parkinson Awareness Month 11:30 a.m. Barb Byers, Sec-Treas. Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) labour issues in 2017.

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The Round-up: CJTR’s Latest and Greatest Podcasts (March 21-28)

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Welcome to the Round-Up, where we chart one week in the life of CJTR’s podcasts. Is this the best week of podcasts ever? Yes, in the sense that every week of CJTR podcasts is the best week. In all seriousness, though, there’s a wide variety of topics and tangents in this week’s selection, from Amanda G.’s exploration of Regina’s past in Rear-view Mirror to the boisterous dissection of board game etiquette in Of Dice and Men. Give them all a good listen.

For the most up-to-date list of podcasts, visit the podcast page.

Listen Up! (March 28, rebroadcast of March 21st program)

Current, human and public affairs interviews with your host Dave Morgan. In the first half of this episode Dave speaks to the folks behind the Leader Post Christmas Cheer Fund which raises money to assist four area shelters. In the second half hour, Dave explores ‘Behind the Counter: A Day in the life of a Pharmacist’, in time for Pharmacy Awareness Month in Saskatchewan.

Rear-view Mirror (March 21)

Rear-view Mirror provides Regina and area residents with a greater understanding and appreciation for some of Regina’s rich history and notable people. By talking about people, buildings and events that have shaped Regina’s past, we can have a better understanding of our future. Hosted by Amanda G. Bi-weekly, rebroadcasted in the alternating week.

Arts Wave (March 22)

Jeanne Alexander hosts this hour-long conversation with artists, makers and writers in Saskatchewan. This week’s guests include Allan Barse, Director of the Dinner Theatre at St. James Church; Tracey Hamon from the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild; and Wayne Tunison, a man with a mysterious art gallery.

Knight Views (March 22)

Get working on your Knight Views with hosts Sherry Knight and Jim Aho as they discuss all aspects of employment and business. This week’s guest is Laur’Lei Silzer of L Squared Communications.

Gender Talk (March 24)

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

The Prairie Naturalist (March 23)

What is natural? asks Prairie Naturalist host Jared Clarke. His answer? I imagine it would be “the prairie”. This week Jared talks to Megan Lawrence from SaltHaven West.

Just Drawn That Way (March 23)

Join Dustin B of the Infinity Watch to talk all things comics and comics-related. Recent releases, weekly reviews and look at what’s going on with comics in general.

Queen City Improvement Bureau (March 23)

Paul Dechene and Aidan Morgan co-host a weekly meeting of the QCIB, presenting solutions for Regina’s most insoluble problems. Sometimes quantum mechanics goes a little wonky, but nothing will prevent them from checking off all points on their agenda. This week’s guests are Chief Evan Bray, Regina Police Services, and Kenton de Jong of KentonDeJong.com.

Of Dice and Men (March 26)

It’s a board game show! This week: Ryan, Adam and Chad talk about board gaming etiquette and review their featured game, Clank!

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Show 253: Deeper Well, Saturday, March 25, 2017

ARTIST – Song
Album * = Canadian content

PAT WICTOR – There But For Fortune
This Is Absolutely Real (17)
I DRAW SLOW – Carolina
Turn Your Face to the Sun (17)
* LONESOME ACE STRINGBAND – Let Him Go On, Momma
Gone For Evermore (16)

In With the Old is part of the South Saskatchewan Sampler tonight at Bushwakker Brewpub (2206 Dewdney).

* IN WITH THE OLD – Little Sally
My Mother’s Couch (17)

Jim and Penny Malmberg (the core of Back Porch Swing) perform tonight at The Exchange (2431 8th Ave.) with openers Devon Floyd and Ian Cameron.

* BACK PORCH SWING – Not Getting Love
Riding (06)
JOHN CRAIGIE – Rough Johns
No Rain, No Rose (17)
* LYNNE HANSON – Broken With You
Uneven Ground (17)

CARRIE ELKIN – Albatross
The Penny Collector (17)
* JAMES KEELAGHAN – Medusa
House of Cards (09)
* RON SEXSMITH – The Man at the Gate (1913)
The Last Rider (17)

TIM GRIMM AND THE FAMILY BAND – Thirteen Years
A Stranger in This Time (17)
EILEEN KOZLOFF – To the River I’ll Go
Just Words (17)
KEN AND BRAD KOLODNER – The Swift House
The Swift House (17)

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THE ROUND-UP: CJTR’S LATEST AND GREATEST PODCASTS (MARCH 13-16)

Welcome to The Round-up, where the most decent and most recent podcasts on CJTR Regina Community Radio are corralled for your convenience and enjoyment.

For the most up-to-date list of podcasts, visit the Podcast page.

Toast and Coffee

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! Guests include: Debbie Beech from the Irish Club and Blakey School of Dance; Shanda Winter and Keely Wight from the Autism Resource Centre; and Dr. Mark Chignell from the University of Toronto.

Knight Views

Hosts Sherry Knight and Jim Aho discuss all aspects of employment and business. Guest in studio is entrepreneur Angie Hicks.

Arts Wave (formerly Words on Air)

Jeanne Alexander hosts this hour-long conversation with artists, makers and writers in Saskatchewan. Guests include New Dance Horizons, Mackenzie Art Gallery and Anti Suppressants.

Bonus Round

PS3, Wii, XBOX 360. News, reviews and opinions for your video game needs.

Just Drawn That Way

Join Dustin B of the Infinity Watch to talk all things comics and comic-related. Recent releases, weekly reviews and look at what’s going on with comics in general. This week’s episode is co-hosted by Aidan Morgan and they’re all excited about Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie’s The Wicked and the Divine Volume Two.

Gender Talk

Information and news for the gender diverse community in Saskatchewan. Hosted by Stephanie Cox.

Listen now: http://cjtr.ca/podcasts/download.php?filename=2017-03-17_gendertalk-16mar17.mp3

Queen City Improvement Bureau

From behind a locked door in a dank sub-basement of City Hall, Paul Dechene and Aidan Morgan work tirelessly to facilitate the improvement of the City of Regina’s vibrancy, attractiveness, sustainability and community. This week’s guests are Jennifer Aitken from Girls Rock Camp and Jennifer Barrett, Housing Planner for the city of Regina.

Sour Hour

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

Jared Clarke is your host on Saskatchewan’s nature radio show. This week Jared explores the theme of hope and talks about native grasslands with author Trevor Heriott and Philip Brass, Community Wellness Co-ordinator from Peepeekisis First Nation.

 

 

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Listen Up Tues March 28 11 a.m. – 12 noon – repeat broadcast

11 a.m. Irene Seiberling, Voice, 2016 Leader Post Christmas Cheer Fund & Maria Hendrika, retired Executive Director, Regina Transition House

11:30 a.m. Maya Wollbaum, Director of Practice, Pharmacy Assoc of Sask & Lindsay Karst, community pharmacist re: Pharmacy Month in Sask.

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Show 252: Deeper Well, Saturday, March 18, 2017

ARTIST – Song
Album * = Canadian content

SERA CAHOONE – Always Turn Around
From Where I Started (17)
* SCOTT COOK – Your Sweet Time
Further Down the Line (17)
* JESSE WALDMAN – Small Talk
Mansion Full of Ghosts (17)

QUILES AND CLOUD – By The Rio Grande
Shake Me Now (17)
TIM O’BRIEN – Where The River Meets The Road
Where The River Meets The Road (17)
* MELISANDE – Tourne la manivelle
Les millésimes (17)
PLANXTY – Raggle Taggle Gypsy – Tabhair Dom Do Lamh
Planxty (73)
RHIANNON GIDDENS, DIRK POWELL, JASON SYPHER – Shake Sugaree
Tunes From David Holt’s State of Music 2 (17)

Brent Nielsen (of the Stillhouse Poets) launches his solo CD
“Ragged and Dirty” tonight at the Creative City Centre (1843 Hamilton).

* THE STILLHOUSE POETS – Dust and the Bible
The Stillhouse Poets (13)

Bill and Joel play the Wa Wa Shrine (2065 Hamilton) on Thursday, March 23.

* BILL AND JOEL PLASKETT – We Have Fed You All For 1000 Years
Solidarity (17)
* THE DARDANELLES – Pad’s Song
The Eastern Light (11)
* ATLANTIC UNION – Let Me Fish Off Cape St. Mary’s
Homeward (17)
MANDOLINMAN – Polka Leefdaa
Unfolding the Roots (17)

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Show 251: Deeper Well, Saturday, March 11, 2017

Playlist for Saturday, March 11, 2017, Show 251

ARTIST – Song
Album * = Canadian content

THE BAREFOOT MOVEMENT – Second Time Around
Figures of the Year (13)
TIM GRIMM & THE FAMILY BAND – So Strong
A Stranger in This Time (17)
* LYNNE HANSON – Stronger
Uneven Ground (17)
* BACK PORCH SWING – I’m Crazy About My Baby
Riding (06)
GUY DAVIS – Hooray, Hooray These Women Is Killing Me
Sonny & Brownie’s Last Train (17)

Rose launches her new album tonight at Artesian, 2627 13th Ave.

* ROSE COUSINS – Donoughmore
Natural Conclusion (17)
* WYATT EASTERLING – Pacing the Cage
Divining Rod (17)
THE WAIFS – Higher Ground
Ironbark (17)

Kevin performs at the Artful Dodger (1651 11th Ave.), Wednesday, March 15.

* KEVIN ROY – The Mighty River
Heartworn Highways (16)

Kara shares the stage of the Creative City Centre (1843 Hamilton) with Allyson Reigh tonight. Quinton is at the CCC on Tuesday, March 14, with Belle Plaine.

* KARA GOLEMBA – Disappointment
Every Little Light (16)
* QUINTON BLAIR – Snowshoes and Caribou Racks
Blues Man (13)
* MOORE & MCGREGOR – Back on the Farm
Dream With Me (17)
STEVE TILSTON & JEZ LOWE – Mrs Einstein
The Janus Game (17)
NOAM PIKELNY – Waveland
Universal Favorite (17)

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Show 250 (!!!): Deeper Well, Saturday, March 4, 2017

ARTIST – Song
Album * = Canadian content

* RON SEXSMITH – West Gwillimbury
The Last Rider (17)
SKY SMEED – Lunker Bass
Lunker Bass (17)

MJB and Joel Fafard team up for a double bill of blues on Tuesday, March 7, at The Exchange (2431 8th Ave.).

* MICHAEL JEROME BROWNE – Sliding Delta
Sliding Delta (15)
* IN WITH THE OLD – Oh Carolina
My Mother’s Couch (17)

The Ramblers play Creative City Centre (1843 Hamilton) on Thursday, March 9.

* SLOCAN RAMBLERS – Angeline
Coffee Creek (15)

Ben and his Casual Smokers are at The Artesian (2627 13th Ave.) on Thursday, March 9.

* BEN CAPLAN – Lovers’ Waltz
Birds With Broken Wings (15)

BARK performs at the Casino Regina Show Lounge on Wednesday, March 8.

* BLACKIE & THE RODEO KINGS – Long Walk to Freedom
Kings and Kings (16)

ALL-SHE-WROTE – Polly Von
Passing It On (17)
PAT WICTOR – Knock on the Door
This Is Absolutely Real: Visions and Versions of Phil Ochs (17)
CARRIE ELKIN – American Tune
The Penny Collector (17)

BYRD AND STREET – Money’s Good
This Much Is True (16)
ELAINE MAHON – You Are Not Alone
Reach For the Stars (16)
CATHY FINK AND MARCY MARXER – Get Up and Do Right
Get Up and Do Right (17)
* JOEL FAFARD – Clickety Clack
…and another thing (05)

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March Plain A.I.R. > Radius: A Documentary About Regina Community Radio

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 CJTR, please contact us by e-mailing radius@cjtr.ca or by calling (306) 525-7274.

PART 1: ORIGINS
Air Date: Saturday, March 4th, 2017 from 3-4pm
CJTR grew out of the passion of a group of citizens who wanted to make independent, creative radio. Here are their stories.
Featuring: Rick August (past-president, host of Borderlines), Ron Bocking (host of Spotlight, Square Hour and Comedy Collection), Keith Colhoun (former General Manager), Jeff “Redbeard” Corbett (host of Redbeard’s Blues, Music Buff and The Redbeard Special), Eric Forbes (Sales Manager, host of The Dog Run), Karen Haggman (Administrative Coordinator), Jim Hutchings (former Production Coordinator, former host of Human Rights Radio) and Dave Kuzenko (board member).
Producer: Andrew Pilon
Interviewers: Jenelle Jakobsen, Cory Paetsch

Click and listen to PART 1: ORIGINS now!

PART 2: CURRENTS
Air Date: Saturday, March 11th, 2017 form 3-4pm
CJTR is Regina’s community radio station and represents the city’s diverse community through spoken word and music programming. Here are some of the voices of those who make CJTR what it is today.
Featuring: Jordan Bell (host of Inside Insanity), Kelly Cairns (host of Biscuits & Gravy), Aaron Clarke A.K.A Capt. Anarchy (host of The Dishpit), Amber Goodwyn (Operations & Production Manager), Ryan & Eric Hill (hosts of All Day Breakfast), Kent Rocks (host of The Road + The Rok Boutique) and Ms. Vicious (host of A Hot Mess), Marina, Sierra, and Olivia (hosts of RadioKids).
Music by: Anitek – Recall, Dj Bootsie – Vuluke Khall, Jahzzar – Take Me Higher, Ketsa – Funkadelicoscious, Ketsa – Mr. Trumpet, Kevin MacLeod – Aces High, Kevin MacLeod – Vibe Aces, Sanmi – Let, and Simon Panrucker – Brick Wall.
Producer: Ben Valiaho

Click and listen to PART 2: CURRENTS now!

PART 3: THE FUTURE
Air Date: Saturday, March 18th, 2017 from 3-4pm
Regina community radio is ever-evolving and actively investigating ways to remain reflective of this great city. Here are some investigations into what that might sound like.
Featuring: Rylee, Emily, Kaden, Dorian, Olivia, Meena, Carver and Sam from Argyle Elementary School in Regina, Charity Marsh (UofR), Katie Jensen (freelancer/Canadaland), Barry Rooke and Luke Smith (NCRA), Ophira Horowitz (CFUZ) and Josh Haugerud (CJTR). Music by Guidewire (Bryan Click, Steve Click).
Producer: Paul Dechene
Contributor: Dane Imrie

Click and listen to PART 3: THE FUTURE now!

PART 4: ***BONUS LIVE EPISODE***
Air Date: Saturday, March 25th, 2017 from 3-4pm
Join Rincon Latino co-host Max Ceron as he speaks with Sherry Knight (co-host of spoken word show about business, Knight Views), Nadeem Naz (co-host of Pakistani and Indian music and community program, Mehfil) and OG The Godfather (host of music show Caribbean Vibes) for additional stories and conversation about Regina Community Radio.


Series produced by CJTR volunteers and staff in celebration of 91.3FM CJTR Regina Community Radio’s 15th anniversary, which occurred November 1, 2016.
Series Consultants: Rick August, Eric Forbes, Josh Haugerud, Karen Haggman, Jenelle Jakobsen, Dave Morgan, CJTR’s 2016 Programming Committee
Series Narrator: Allison Barlow
Technical Coordinator: Megan “The Puppetmaster” Bates
Executive Producer: Amber Goodwyn
Initial broadcast dates: Episode 1 – Monday, February 13th 9am (World Radio Day), Episode 2 – Tuesday, February 14th at 9am, Episode 3 – Wednesday, February 15th at 9am
Additional broadcast dates: Episode 1 (Origins) – Saturday, March 4th 3pm , Episode 2 (Currents) – Saturday, March 11th at 3am, Episode 3 (The Future) – Saturday, March 18th at 3pm

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