Best Cjsr podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Gaywire
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Gaywire is a weekly program dedicated to shedding light on, and discussing the news, events and issues that affect the LGBTQ communities around the world.
 
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Terra Informa
Monthly+
 
Weekly environmental news on Canadian community radio
 
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Adamant Eve
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Adamant Eve is everything women have raved, wondered or smoldered about.
 
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Think!
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Ideas abound! CJSR's Think podcast presents original thought from some of today's most prominent intellectuals about topics that get left out of the daily conversation.
 
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All That Matters
Weekly
 
Weekly radio show and podcast with stories about arts and culture around Alberta. We take small bites out of big questions. A production of CJSR in Edmonton.
 
The Laughing Face - Music, geekery, and fun, on CJSR, 88.5 FM in Edmonton, Alberta
 
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Moving Radio
Rare
 
CJSR 88.5 FM
 
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Word Salad
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Do we speak language or does language speak us? Word Salad brings you a mix of stories about how words shape our identity. Airs the third Friday of each month on CJSR 88.5 FM in Edmonton.
 
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CJS(Archives)
Daily+
 
Gone but not forgotten. CJS(Archives) travels back in time to present some of CJSR's most memorable spoken word lectures and documentaries.
 
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Radio SOMOV
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The Sound of My Own Voice Documantary Talk Show that is heard weekly in Edmonton on CJSR FM88 and seen on ASPARAGUSGREEN.CA
 
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Catch The Wave
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What used to be a radio show is now coming to your ears wherever you want it! Catch the Wave is a program brought to you by the creative minds of Victoria School of the Arts and their brilliant audio program, ranging from everything from songwriting to video game review reviews.
 
Events, Clubs and News from the Campus of the University of Alberta
 
Up In Arms Recordings is home to MC and Producer/DJ duo Touch and Nato.How does a virtually unknown Albertan group reach number one on Chart Attack's top 10 hip hop albums? The answer is by making incredible music, something recognized by campus radio stations across Canada as Touch and Nato's "Intelligent Design" snuck into the number one spot this past summer, topping efforts by well-known artists like Dizzee Rascal, Moka Only and Madlib.Their hilarious video for "Adult's Story", a Slick R ...
 
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Tune in to hear co-authors Elizabeth Gierl and Sofia Osborne read their feature article entitled “In the Grey”. They reflect on our relationship to oil and pose an important question - who's even buying?
 
This week on Terra Informa, we talk about the recently released Canada's Changing Climate Report, which inspired us to revisit an archive about the 2013 flooding in Calgary. We also hear Alice Major recite some poetry from her book "Welcome to the Anthropocene", and get a run-down on Alberta's upcoming 2019 election.…
 
APRIL FOOLS HAS STRUCK AGAIN. Tune in to Terra Informa as we travel in time. Download episode now. What would the world look like if we made drastic changes and prevented climatic warming? How would politics change, stocks, resource market trends? How are people shopping now, what is the latest tech? Take a journey with […]…
 
On the week's episode, York university associate professor Natasha Myers critiques 'the Anthropocene' and suggests that we radically conspire with plants
 
We sent our volunteers out to report on either a breaking news story OR something that fits into the category: the unseen environment
 
When you think of an environmentalist, what kind of person do you imagine? Does gender, race, or income influence this image? Is it all about eating organic avocado toast?Terra Informer Dylan Hall had the chance to investigate the complex and social ways we understand environmentalism and environmental practices by interviewing Dr. Emily Huddar ...…
 
This week on Terra Informa, we’re talking about all things Sustainability. Listen in to hear what our UAlberta undergraduate SU presidential candidates, Akanksha Bhatnagar and Andre Bourgeois are thinking about the future of sustainability resources on campus, the position they are taking on the environmental issues of today, and a sneak previe ...…
 
On this episode, Lisa and Rose-Eva sit down with Registered Provisional Psychologist Lauren Groves to talk about how to go about seeing a mental health therapist for the first time. They discuss how to choose a therapist, when to start looking for one, a what a first session might look like. This is part 1 of their conversation.…
 
Gay Baseball // Trans Actors // Ontario Sex-Ed from 1998 // Racism on Grindr // Protests at the International AIDS Conference CJSR 88.5 FM | CJSRNEWS.COM
 
Interview with folks from the coalition of queer and trans people of colour who protested during this year’s Pride Parade. Join us for this important conversation about pride, policing and racism in... CJSR 88.5 FM | CJSRNEWS.COM
 
Queer Identity Markers and Community Belonging // Financial Settlement for LGBTQ Employees Fired from the Federal Government // Why are Gay Bars Closing? CJSR 88.5 FM | CJSRNEWS.COM
 
Queer Movie Reviews // Immigrants and Refugees’ Safety in Toronto’s Gay Community // Leaving the Ministry and Coming Out in Jamaica // Jasper Pride 2018 CJSR 88.5 FM | CJSRNEWS.COM
 
Softball and Gender Identity Advocacy // Grindr and Privacy // Why would the Toronto Police want to be in the Pride Parade? // Tell a Friend When You’re Meeting Someone from the Internet CJSR 88.5 FM | CJSRNEWS.COM
 
Ben Carson, Mike Pence and Cynthia Nixon // 20th Anniversary of Vriend v. Alberta CJSR 88.5 FM | CJSRNEWS.COM
 
On this episode, we turn our feminist gaze to public and active transportation, exploring the role of transportation in our lives and why it deserves feminist critique. First we hear from illustrator and community advocate Serena Tang about how she got interested in walkability and bikability. Then we hear from Anna Ho, co-founder of Paths for ...…
 
On this episode, we revisit an older segment on Alice Walker and Womanism. Then we hear from Trina Moyles, Albertan author of “Women Who Dig: Farming, Feminism, and the Fight to Feed the World,” about early women farmers and feminism in farming.
 
Words that don’t exist in English but should. And is it “nip in the bud” or “nip in the butt”?
 
On this episode, we explore queer women’s health and identities. First, we hear from LGBTQ community advocate Stephanie Booth about the specific health concerns that queer women face. Then we have a casual discussion about the word “queer” itself.
 
On this episode, we highlight the work of two local feminists to understand why they do what they do. First we hear from German Villegas, the host of the Modern Manhood Podcast, about why he thinks it’s important for men to organize conversations about masculinity and empathy. Then we hear from Theresa Whiskeyjack, who helped organize a public ...…
 
On this episode, we tackle the culture of unbelieving surrounding cases of sexual assault. First, wee discuss the origins of the #MeToo movement. Then we speak with Debra Tomlinson, the CEO of the Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services (AASAS), about improving responder education with the #IBelieveYou movement, and the importance of bel ...…
 
On this episode, we explore feminism and mental health. First we hear from registered psychologist, Nicole Perry, who describes her therapeutic approach and incorporating feminism into her practice. Then we bring you a round-table discussion with our special guests Rania Al Sharkawi and Quin Buck about dealing with microaggressions.…
 
On this episode, we explore the way art can ground us with a sense of belonging. First we hear from Gwich’in artist and community advocate Nigitstil Norbert who speaks about her journey of becoming an artist, overcoming structural violence, and balancing Indigeneity and feminism in her work. Then we hear from Egyptian poet Nermeen Youssef about ...…
 
On this episode, we explore some topics covered at the 2017 Parkland Conference, such as Indigenous peoples’ experiences on the University of Alberta campus and the racism they face in academic spaces, and public access to fertility services. First we speak to University of Alberta professor Dr. Isabel Altamirano-Jimenez about Indigenous repres ...…
 
On this episode, we discuss the challenges and triumphs of being a woman entrepreneur. First we speak with Andrea Beça, the host of That’s So Maven, a podcast about women business owners in Edmonoton, about what’s she’s learned from speaking to so many women entrepreneurs. Then we hear from Carrie Armstrong, the owner of Mother Earth Essentials ...…
 
Are you Gen X, Y, or a Millennial? Something else? Do generational labels have any validity beyond marketing? Join Word Salad to explore.
 
Do we speak language or does language speak us? Word Salad brings you a mix of stories about how words shape our identity. In this pilot episode, we talk about the words “creole” and “redneck”.
 
We see little glimpses of artists’ lives through their work. But what’s in the neutral zone: the space between being at centre stage – having everyone pay attention to your work – and your regular life? We ask Edmontonian Susan Sneath, who moved away from a life in theatre, radio and TV. And we speak to renowned artist Joseph Sanchez, one of th ...…
 
This week: Half Off. Why is attendance at the Art Gallery of Alberta only half of what it was when the new building opened, and what can they do about it? We speak with Edmonton City Councillor Andrew Knack why he voted against funding an experiment with free admission at the gallery. And we’ll talk to Latitude 53’s Todd Janes and Santa Cruz Mu ...…
 
This week: A 360 degree look at what it means to “make it.” We talk to The Wet Secrets’ Lyle Bell about all the puddles and hard work along the way from accidentally starting a band to playing the Grey Cup. And we’ll talk to Edmontonian Sharon Bellion about working her way up from a life without literacy.…
 
This week: What do Stuart McLean and his CBC Radio show The Vinyl Cafe mean to Canadians? You might have heard the rough news this winter that Stuart McLean has been diagnosed with cancer. While he battles it out, we thought we’d take a moment to reflect on what he and the show mean to us. We’ll hear from Zankhna Mody, a listener in Peterboroug ...…
 
This week: How do we deal with pioneers when their successors find their outlook passé? Edmonton’s had fabulous drag kings and queens over the years. But as the cultural conversation around gender and queer rights has changed, so has drag. In this episode, we speak to well-known drag performer and writer Darrin Hagen, author of memoir The Edmon ...…
 
This week: how do artists influence medicine – how do they play into how we heal each other? We have two stories, both looking at performance artists in the healthcare system. But they come from different sides of a divide: Demmi Dupri takes the stage in art therapy as a clown, and actor Andrew Ritchie works behind the scenes as a standardized ...…
 
This week: What would you say… you do here? Inquiring minds want to know. So this week, we’ve devoted an entire episode to answering your questions about some of those arts jobs you’ve always wondered about. What does a projectionist do now, anyway? What’s a dolly grip? What’s a best boy? What the heck does a music producer do? We speak to Hip- ...…
 
This week: who decides what good behaviour looks like, and what happens when the government tries to tell us what good behaviour is? We’ll take a look at the Advisory Board on Objectionable Publications. From 1954-1973, it encouraged parents and distributors from letting kids read comic books, over fears the graphic stories would corrupt their ...…
 
This week, the second of two FunDrive episodes recorded live at CJSR: what can art tell us about the future? We tiptoe out at night for Nuit Blanche, try to figure out why we love spoilers so much with researcher Brent Bellamy, and chat with U of A Students Union President Navneet Khinda about the future of the arts on campus. Also saltines. Th ...…
 
This week, the first of two FunDrive episodes recorded live at CJSR: what art can tell us about the past? Author, rapper and broadcaster Wab Kinew will be speaking about his new memoir The Reason You Walk. And University of Saskatchewan Professor Yin Liu will join us to talk about the surprising origins of the blank spaces between our words.…
 
Interviews with Master of Horror Stuart Gordon about the 30th anniversary of his debut film “Re-Animator” and the filmmakers behind “Bind”, Dan Zachary and Dan Walton.
 
This aired June 19th, 2015. It’s an interview with writer/director Kyle Thomas (from Calgary) about his feature film debut “The Valley Below”.
 
Interviews with Jack Thomas Smith about his film “Inflicted”, DedFest’s Kevin Martin about “Wolf Creek 2” and Mike “McBeardo” McPatton about his book “Heavy Metal Movies”.By CJSR 88.5 FM.
 
http://ia902506.us.archive.org/17/items/Cjsr7/Cjsr%20%237.mp3 Cayley Thomas – http://www.cayleythomas.comBy Elliott Tanti.
 
https://ia902506.us.archive.org/31/items/CJSREpisode6_201406/CJSR%20Episode%20%236.mp3 DongWoo Kim – @dongwookim_ A Tribe Called Red – http://atribecalledred.comBy Elliott Tanti.
 
On today’s episode, the second half of our interview with Kash Gauni and Shreela Chakrabartty, whose film “Rock Paper Dice Enter” opens today at Landmark Cinemas 10 Clareview. Then a little chat about the upcoming DedFest feature on June 13 at Metro Cinema: Heavy Metal (1981), art-house animation meets sexy space captains, with a generous sprin ...…
 
http://ia902504.us.archive.org/6/items/BlueEpisodeExtended/Blue%20Episode%20Extended.mp3 Blue Knox: @blueknox Pecha Kucha Night 19: https://www.facebook.com/events/1503772113178369/ Go Abroad: http://www.goabroad.ualberta.ca Washington Institue: http://www.twc.eduBy Elliott Tanti.
 
Today, we sit down in studio with Kash Gauni and Shreela Chakrabartty to talk about their film “Rock Paper Dice Enter”, filmed right here in Edmonton. It’s a suspense thriller set in the fictitious city of Strathaven, North America, a hub for cyber security and prosperity in a not-too distance future. It imagines a world where each human is res ...…
 
http://ia902506.us.archive.org/21/items/CJSRReal/CJSR%20Real.mp3 Vivian Kwan and Melinda Calayo talk about volunteering in their communities and two great programs that they are a part of! Heart of the City Piano Program: http://www.ualberta.ca/~hcpp/ Action For Healthy Communities: http://a4hc.ca Community Action Dash: https://www.facebook.com ...…
 
On today’s episode of Moving Radio, a sneak peak of four different films being featured at this years Global Visions Film Festival: Being Ginger, Shred Island, Thirty Ghosts and Cyber Seniors. Join us for this exclusive look at the hottest documentaries from home and abroad!By CJSR 88.5 FM.
 
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