Best cfru podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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CFRU 93.3 presents...the Mobile Community Radio Show with Jenny Mitchell! Recorded in community centres and hubs in Guelph ON, CFRU Mobile is on site to gather the diverse voices, ideas, and initiatives of this vibrant community.
CFR On the Record
A chance to go inside Council on Foreign Relations events. Listen to world leaders and foreign policy experts discuss and debate the most pressing issues in international affairs.
A chance to go inside Council on Foreign Relations events. Watch world leaders and foreign policy experts discuss and debate the most pressing issues in international affairs.
Learn to Trade Emini Futures
Renovations on CFRA!
Professional Civil Engineer and Registered Home Inspector (RHI) Phil Bottriel and John Caines host Canada’s #1 radio how-to fix it up radio show, "Renovations." Call in with your question to 1-800-58-fixup Saturday mornings 8 to 10am eastern.
Pioneer Radio
Pioneer Radio is a bi-weekly, one hour mosaic of stories, interviews, research, music, sound art, and more. Each episode centres loosely around a theme - but we stray pretty far, sometimes. We're based in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
CFR Campus
CFR Campus connects educators and students of all ages to CFR's award-winning publications, innovative digital learning products, and acclaimed events featuring foreign policy experts for teaching and learning about international affairs.
Astrarium Podcast
Astronomy Radio and Beyond
Gryphon And Special Olympics Sports Show CFRU 93.3FM
CWRU Spotlight
CWRU Spotlight is our new alumni podcast! Each month, an episode will be available. A focus on alumni, faculty, staff or other CWRU-related topics will be showcased during the presentation.
A podcast about wine & restaurants, hosted by Cru Cellars owners Jen and Torrey. Each week we taste a new great wine, interview a player in the restaurant scene or in the wine business, and review a restaurant in the Tampa Bay area. We also like to call winemakers, teach you wine words that make you sound smart, answer wine questions, and discuss wine trends. The best wine bar in Tampa Bay wants to show you how to drink great wine with any budget. Subscribe now.
Cru shares the stories of the people behind wine. Each week we share with you one interview with an influential person in the wine industry. Guests include Brian McClintic MS, Whitney Adams, Michael Cruse, Richard Betts MS, Jeannie Cho Lee MW, Marissa A. Ross, and Dustin Wilson MS. Subscribe on iTunes and to our email newsletter at
A show full of facts, opinions, and interviews plus Breaking News, Weather and everything you need to know while you’re at work or on the go.
Popular Podagogy is a podcast from the Queen’s University Faculty of Education that will cover big teaching ideas in a way that will allow all teachers (and maybe even some parents) an opportunity to relate on a variety of emotional levels. Our guests will include top researchers and instructors from our faculty and beyond, as well as practicing teachers to combine big educational ideas with the everyday life of being a teacher. We hope that as you listen to this podcast, you will have an op ...
WAFFLES! Radio — live on CFRC 101.9 FM ( every Saturday at 10 a.m. Podcasting under a SOCAN 22F tariff.
Citywide CRU
Talks from the monthly gathering of all the Campus Crusade movements in the Atlanta area at The Church of The Apostles to unite and proclaim the goodness of God.
Maryland Cru
Podcast by Maryland Cru
Grand Cru
Coming from the world of film score, moKA uses all the musical elements to make the listener not only hear but also see the music. During the last years, he used a lot of music production tools to perfect his musical style during his live mixes on 4 decks as well as original productions. 2018 is promising to be the breakthrough year for moKA; with Mazinger EP march release by German label Antarctic Records, a second EP in April and multiple international collaborations which will culminate w ...
Pinto Cru
Pinto Cru é um podcast sobre coisas muito interessantes.
Sharing our faith. Multiplying our faith. Reaching our campus for Christ.
Each week, Campus Beat welcomes a new guest from the Queen’s community to discuss news, issues, upcoming events, initiatives, and services for the benefit of Queen’s students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
GSU Cru's Podcast
Missed one of our weekly meetings? You can listen to all of our weekly meeting talks here!
Clemson Cru Audio
Recordings from the weekly meeting of Cru at Clemson University. Cru is a caring community passionate about connecting people to Jesus Christ. This podcast features Biblical messages from area pastors in the Clemson, SC community as well as Cru staff members.
Peace is the way. The Revolution is in between Your Ears. Re-Contextualizing History... One Episode at a Time.Peace Revolution is a self-study curriculum produced by Tragedy and Hope dot com and funded by the Subscribers to the Tragedy and Hope Online Research and Development Community. Supporting T&H allows Peace Revolution to remain free of commercials and advertisements. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!Since 2006, we have created over 500+ hours of educational information in audio and video pr ...
Join us weekly for an engaging blend of interesting news, inspiring interviews, and wild facts from the world of music. With a focus on mental & emotional health issues (anxiety, depression, burnout, stress, food allergies) and addiction themes & recovery, each episode packs a powerful array of useful stuff for living a better life. Join TimmyG for your weekly brain bath!Contact info: info at timothydgauthier dot com
A weekly preview of world events in the week ahead from the Council on Foreign Relations.
UAH Cru's Podcast
A caring community passionate about connecting people with Jesus Christ
We are the largest underground hip hop show on the west coast of Canada, so expect everything from the latest hip hop tracks to the classics and the rare and obscure; plus giveaways, current events, community info, and special features.
This podcast will bring you the best vibes in House music mixed by the DJ’s we believe in.
International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation--CFRU 93.3FM---Rachel Elliott
Hello and welcome, Old Time Radio CFR presents the best of Old Time Radio from our playlist featuring Johnny Night as your host. Old Time Radio CFR boasts the largest OTR playlist on the internet, and it’s true we never stop adding shows so it just keeps growing. SO, sit back and relax and enjoy the finest OTR with your host Johnny Night.
The Chru Audio New Testament (CWK) is a unique presentation of the Audio Bible. For a list of other available languages go to our website at The mission of Faith Comes By Hearing is to bring His Church together and make disciples from every nation, tribe, language, and people: to give every person the opportunity to listen completely through the New Testament in their heart language.
CFR’s Religion and Foreign Policy Program serves as a resource for the faith community, bringing together congregational and lay leaders, religion scholars, and representatives of faith-based organizations for conversations on issues at the intersection of religion and global affairs.
The FlightBridgeED Podcast provides convenient, easy to understand critical care medicine education, and current topics related to the air medical industry. Each topic builds on another and weaves together a solid foundation of emergency, critical care, and prehospital medicine.
Home of Festival of Colors
Ryerson University's new campus and community multi-media hub.
Kingston's Only Municipal Talk Radio Program
This show takes a look at everything digital...our computers, our cell phones, our gizmos and gadgets that have become staples of our life. We love getting your emails, send us your questions and comments to
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Original Recording Date: November 2017 Guests: Barbara, various participants from the North End Harvest Market, and volunteers Brady and Veronica The first half is from Norfolk Manor, and is Part 4 of Barbara’s story of her travels from England to India on her bus in 1962. The second half of the show is a few assorted interviews from the North ...…
Original Recording Date: November 2017 Guests: Barbara, various folks from the Pumpkin Promenade This is part 3 of Barbara over at NorfolkManor telling the story of her travels from England to India in a bus in the 60’s. Herself, her husband, her three children, her best friend and best friend’s husband and their child, purchased a bus and set ...… Improvisation can become invisible since it is such a big part of everyday life. In this episode, graduate student Dan DiPiero presents the thesis that social and musical improvisation share a common structure, which is an e ...…
Original Recording Date: October and November 2017 Guests: Barbara from Norfolk Manor retirement home, Barb McPhee, a long-time Harvest Market Volunteer, and a visitor picking up their vegetables This episode features a visit to NorfolkManor retirement home, and our continued stay at the North End Harvest Market. The first half is our first seg ...…
Original Recording Date: October 2017 Guest: Brady Patterson It’s the 100th episode! Our new Mobile Community Radio volunteer Brady Patterson interviews a few of our guests from the North End Harvest Market, then I interview him! Thanks Brady!…
Jack and... Eventually Joel interview CFRU coolgirl Andrea. She tells us about her dream of completing all of the Zeldas and some other games.In the second half our quest for Mega Civ is concluded, and we find out the truth about Andrea's totally real Magic obsession.
Original Recording Date: October 19th, 2017 Guest: Myra Our trip to the Village of Riverside Glen was so successful, we are branching out to include seniors living in other retirement communities around Guelph. This is our debut episode from heading over to Norfolk Manor, and my guest is Myra. I LOVED Myra. Myra’s stories of growing up in North ...…
Original Recording Date: September 13th Guests: Various organizers & project participants of “Living on Less” and the North End Harvest Market Our presence at the North End Harvest Market continues, this time capturing the recipe for making your own Laundry Detergent, as well as anecdotes from various folks waiting to collect vegetables from th ...… “How does the “idea of north” trope relate to Canadian experimental music today?” In this fascinating talk, Professor Ellen Waterman descri ...…
Original Recording Date: Thursday August 31st 2017 Guest: Dominica, Grange Hill East NG NSW (Neighbourhood Support Worker) This episode, I interview Dominica Mcpherson, Neighbourhood Support worker of Grange Hill East NG. We talk neighbourhood, community, neighbourhood coalition, and the complexity of helping support folks who need it while kee ...…
Original Recording Date: August 16th Guests: ARCH – HIV/AIDS Resources and Community Health, Stonehenge Therapeutic Community, and HERE 24/7 This was my first visit over to the North End Harvest Market, located at Waverly Dr. Public School in North Riverside Neighbourhood Group. During this first visit, the North End Harvest Market was running ...…
Original Recording Date: June 19th 2017 Guest: Egor I met Egor over at Grange Hill East NG, and found out about his love for music, and encouraged him to come create a show. And this is what he came up with! Egor put together this amazing playlist – all “women with attitude” in music: punk, rock and anywhere in between. Hope you like it as much ...…
Originally recorded June 22nd 2017 Guests: Pam, and Rhonda This was my final episode recorded out of the Grange Hill East NG – listen to hear Pam talk about Couponing, and Rhonda talk about the Grange Summer picnic! Hope you like it! A mixture of super informative couponing passion, and some wonderful Grange history. ...…
Originally recorded: April 24th 2017 Guest: Alana, summer camp supervisor One of the things our Neighbourhood Groups does best is summer camps. Grange is FULL of children, and as you might expect, has a heck of a summer camp! Tune in to this episode as I interview Alana, who grew up through Grange’s Summer Camps she started by attending summer ...… ‘History is written by the victor, but in this case history is written by the doctor.’ For the album Audible Songs from Rockwood, the songwriter and performer Simone Schmidt dug into the archival records of the Rockwood Asylum for the Criminally Insane, operative ...… The Guelph Jazz Festival and Colloquium gets underway on Wednesday September 13! Listen to this episode of Sound It Out to hear music from some of the intriguing performers scheduled to descend onto Guelph this week. Hear the sounds of Bernice, Bass Drum Bone ...… The paradox in human relationship to wilderness is that despite being understood as a region untouched by human activity, we seek to experience this wilderness at close range. Our quests for wilderness always begin with a human idea about what wilderness is – in cul ...…
Original date: May 4th 2017 Guests: Mary, Tara, & toddlers On day two I chatted with two of the childcare providers I met over at Grange Hill. Among several subjects, Mary speaks of her life since children, and reclaiming personal time for self care, and Tara speaks about her love of teaching Irish dance. ...…
Viejoteca # 80 (Originally Aired August 1st 2017 ) La Playa Sextet - La Meneadera Ray Barretto - La Moderna Llego La Sonora Ponceña - Como Mango La Sonora Ponceña - Mi Lindo Yambu La Sonora Ponceña - Night Love La Sonora Ponceña - Piano Salsero (Tribute To Papo Lucca) Primitive Santos Y Su Orquesta - Donde Quiera Que Estas Tucusito Y Sus Ases - ...…
Viejoteca # 79 (Originally Aired August 1st 2017 ) Fruko Y Sus Tesos - La Pachanga Rafael Labasta Y Su Orquesta - Sanson Batalla Hermanos Fernandez - Dos Caras Willie Rosario - Enamorado A Lo Adivino Tipica 73 - Fascinacion Tipica 73 - Tumba Tumbador Grupo Gale - A Ritmo Gale Tommy Olivencia Y Su Orquesta - Deje Señor Enrique Lynch Y Su Conjunt ...…
Original Recording Date: April 19th 2017 Guests: Ange, Katarina, Margaret, & Michelle This first recording at Grange Hill East Neighbourhood Group was recorded just prior to, and during, their inaugural Community Kitchen event. I had four guests, three of whom coordinated the event, and one who helps with the distribution of Grange’s weekly veg ...…
Original Recording Date: April 7th Guest: Johnny Miller There likely couldn’t have been a better character of a person to have wandered into the mobile studio on my final day at the Village of Riverside Glen. Johnny couldn’t tell me exactly when or how he had ended up at Riverside Glen, but he shared beautiful stories of living there, of his pa ...…
Original Recording Date: April 5th 2017 Guest: Jim Hunt It’s an incredibly special episode for me, because it features Jim Hunt: a resident of The Village of Riverside Glen retirement home, an 84 year old retired UofG Physics professor who was born and raised in Guelph, and worked in radio at CFRC 101.9fm in Kingston. Jim is one of the main rea ...…
Alanna Gurr is a musician, singer, and songwriter who is based in her hometown of Guelph, ON. She and her band, the Greatest State, have just released a new EP on Missed Connection Records. It’s called Stand Still and it has prompted Gurr to play a few shows over the coming months. Alanna and I met at the CFRU studios in Guelph recently where w ...… Sara Villa gives a moving and insightful account of her use of deep listening as a pedagogy of poetry for college students, Susan Elliott explains improvisation as a facet of the inquiry approach to high school teaching, and Stephanie Khoury revitalizes music education at the un ...…
Original Recording Date: March 31st 2017 Guest: Aurele Aurele is a resident at the Village of Riverside Glen, and shared a beautiful story of a life living in the woods in Northern Ontario with ten siblings, and felling trees for the pulp mill at the age of thirteen before escaping to the city to work for the company. His life was filled with s ...… Take in hand this bouquet of strings and let yourself be lead by this cluster of sonic helium balloons. But don’t let your feet leave the ground; today’s exquisitely lengthy musical meandering are interspersed with thought provoking reflections about the t ...…
Original Recording Date: March 27th, 2017 Guest: James Skarnikat, aka “Skarni”, aka “Jimmy the Crooner” James Skarnikat, aka Skarni aka “Jimmy the Crooner”, is a performer who travels North America playing his own music by night, and retirement homes by day. He’s played music since he was a teenager, and as an adult worked as a chef in Retireme ...…
Original Recording dates: March 3rd, March 17th, and April 7th Guests: Jean, Meghan (Elder Wisdom Campaign), and Marlene This episode features three different days’ worth of recordings. The first segment is Jean, coming to read a story from her life, that was originally featured in the Guelph Mercury. Then I spoke with Meghan who works at the V ...… Why do so many young people uproot themselves and move to the city, searching for culture? What is it that they are looking for? How does their search shape what they find? These are some of the questions that frame this discussion with improviser and scholar, David Le ...…
Last September, 2016, I spent 2 hrs talking to composer and sound designer Richard Feren. We spoke about his early career in radio, at the age of 13, through his time in the explosion of indi theatre in Toronto in the early 90's and his work with iconic directors like Daniel Brooks. We land on his process for producing sound scapes and scores f ...…
Original Recording Date: March 3rd 2017 Guests: Double Stop, and a resident of the Village of Riverside Glen “Double Stop” are a fiddle duo who perform at retirement homes. One day they were performing in the lobby when I arrived to the Village of Riverside Glen, and I was lucky enough to convince them to chat and perform for the radio. Later t ...…
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