Program Schedule

Jun 29, 2022

Navaye Ashena

Navaye Ashena


Jun 29, 2022

“Navaye Ashena” menaing “Familiar Voice” in Farsi, is a weekly Persian music and talk program. Tune into Navaye Ahsena and enjoy beautiful Persian music ranging from classical to modern pop. Persian classical music is a very ancient form of musical tradition, very medittative and evolving from classical Persian art. Persian pop and folk music have a dance tradition with exciting rhythms and beats.

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Chinese Connection

Chinese Connection


Jun 29, 2022

The Chinese Connection, Wednesday mornings from 10 to 11. Tune in for philosophy, folk tales, poetry and more – journeying beside you… one story at a time!

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TBA

TBA


Jun 29, 2022

With Host Maksym Kazakov!

Scotland Calling

Scotland Calling


Jun 29, 2022

Every week, Tatty Bogles, Whigmaleeries and Hoochter Choochters bring radio with a Scottish accent to the CJTR airwaves. The happy highlander, Ray Smith, delivers the best of the auld and the new in Scottish traditional and contemporary music. This eclectic mix also manages to include the outrageous protestations of Nessie The Monster, Colonel Blimp and Sergeant MacGregor and Wee Sammy, who is constantly searching for platefuls of mooshy peas and chips, och aye, even to accompany his caviar. You don’t have to be Scottish to enjoy this lively program of music, information and cheery chatter from the land o’ the hills and heather!

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Mists of Thyme

Mists of Thyme


Jun 29, 2022

MISTS OF THYME: Words and music come together at the Mists of Thyme Cross-Roads. This eclectic hour has everything musical, from Victorian ‘drawing room’ ballads-to Elvis Costello’s Dad. And on the spoken-word side-cheerful, patriotic, humorous and tear jerking monologues(dramatic verse) from vaudeville days combined with the best of school poetry that had to be learnt-‘Off by heart’. Hosted by Scotland Calling’s cheeky chappie Ray Smith, who appears ‘kilt-less'(his word) and promises not to roll the ‘Rrrrrrr’s’ – although he might well roll out the barrels!

Program Profile

Jun 29, 2022

Navaye Ashena

Navaye Ashena


Jun 29, 2022

“Navaye Ashena” menaing “Familiar Voice” in Farsi, is a weekly Persian music and talk program. Tune into Navaye Ahsena and enjoy beautiful Persian music ranging from classical to modern pop. Persian classical music is a very ancient form of musical tradition, very medittative and evolving from classical Persian art. Persian pop and folk music have a dance tradition with exciting rhythms and beats.

Program Profile

Chinese Connection

Chinese Connection


Jun 29, 2022

The Chinese Connection, Wednesday mornings from 10 to 11. Tune in for philosophy, folk tales, poetry and more – journeying beside you… one story at a time!

Program Profile

TBA

TBA


Jun 29, 2022

With Host Maksym Kazakov!

Scotland Calling

Scotland Calling


Jun 29, 2022

Every week, Tatty Bogles, Whigmaleeries and Hoochter Choochters bring radio with a Scottish accent to the CJTR airwaves. The happy highlander, Ray Smith, delivers the best of the auld and the new in Scottish traditional and contemporary music. This eclectic mix also manages to include the outrageous protestations of Nessie The Monster, Colonel Blimp and Sergeant MacGregor and Wee Sammy, who is constantly searching for platefuls of mooshy peas and chips, och aye, even to accompany his caviar. You don’t have to be Scottish to enjoy this lively program of music, information and cheery chatter from the land o’ the hills and heather!

Program Profile

Mists of Thyme

Mists of Thyme


Jun 29, 2022

MISTS OF THYME: Words and music come together at the Mists of Thyme Cross-Roads. This eclectic hour has everything musical, from Victorian ‘drawing room’ ballads-to Elvis Costello’s Dad. And on the spoken-word side-cheerful, patriotic, humorous and tear jerking monologues(dramatic verse) from vaudeville days combined with the best of school poetry that had to be learnt-‘Off by heart’. Hosted by Scotland Calling’s cheeky chappie Ray Smith, who appears ‘kilt-less'(his word) and promises not to roll the ‘Rrrrrrr’s’ – although he might well roll out the barrels!

Program Profile

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