The Plain A.I.R. (February 2019) artist-in-residence is Sâkêwêwak. Sâkêwêwak Artists’ Collective presents the Storytellers Festival for the February edition of Plain A.I.R. The Sâkêwêwak Annual Storytellers Festival is a community based, multidisciplinary arts showcase featuring Indigenous storytelling. Storytelling is a traditional method used to teach about cultural beliefs, values, customs, rituals, history, practices, relationships, and ways of life. Tune in every Saturday in February...Read More
On the occasion of Jen Eisler 's passing yesterday, the CJTR community mourns the loss of a bright, friendly and energetic human. Jen was a host and former employee of Regina Community Radio and stayed connected with the station long after her time on air. She was also a passionate and resilient music publicist who brought many talented artists to the airwaves and helped to guide their careers with excellent advice. We extend our deepest condolences to Jen’s family and friends....Read More
NEW SHOW ALERT: Tune into J.R.'s Gone Country on Fridays from 1-3pm for a selection of country B-sides by Canadian, American and local artists.Read More
We'd like to welcome the return of legendary radio personality Larry Christie and his music show,Yesterday One More Time, to our airwaves. Tune in every Monday from 1-3pm to bop along to hits from the 20th century! Pictured: archival photo of Larry Christie (right) interviewing 60s teen idol Bobby Curtola for CKPR 580. The caption reads: “As part of his ‘Teen Beat Show’, 6-8pm, CKPR Radio he frequently chatted with nationally known recording stars. Here Larry C gives forst spin to Bobby...Read More
The Plain A.I.R. (January 2019) artist-in-residence is the non-profit organization, Girls Rock Regina (GRR). At Girls Rock Regina, self-identified girls and non-binary youth learn an instrument, form a band, write an original song, and perform a concert at a live music venue. This series is produced by GRR organizing crew member Dr. Charity Marsh, Canada Research Chair in Interactive Media and Popular Music in the Faculty of Media, Arts and Performance at the University of Regina. Her...Read More
CJTR’s annual Radiothon fundraising drive is coming soon!
Radiothon 2013 kicks off Friday September 27th. Our goal this year is to raise $20,000, which will go toward a new control room console and other vital upgrades. Your support this year will help position Regina Community Radio to deliver your favorite shows for the next decade!
Daily prizes, gifts of CJTR swag, and the chance at a grand prize trip for two to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico are all part of the fun!
One lucky donor will win an all inclusive weeklong vacation for two at the Canto Del Sol Plaza Vallarta , courtesy of Carlson Wagonlit Richert Travel and Nolitours.
C’mon Regina, show some love to your favorite non-profit community radio station! Keep checking www.cjtr.ca for more details as Radiothon 2013 gets closer!