Bingham Willoughby: Radio Airplay
- Close to Nowhere with Peter Renzullo
Another week, another show full of some fantastic new music! This is the show dedicated to bringing you the music of Perth, Western Australia but not today. Today I’m shifting focus to an international artist called Bing Willoughby. He’s a fantastic new artist from Canada who’s music can be likened to The Smiths or Neil Young, or any of the great folk performers and song-writers you can imagine – yet somehow he doesn’t sound like anything you’ve heard before. A truly original artist with an eclectic style and feel, who can weave stories with the finest detail and bring you on some very beautiful sound scapes. I feature two of his songs this week, but will be giving his new album “Maybe not today, maybe tomorrow” a good playing thorugh out next year.
- Loose Goose Radio with Steve Johnson
The Loose Goose is intended to provide alternative music and entertainment for those adults who wish to hear quality music, which may not be represented in the mainstream.
Hosted by Steve Johnson and various co-presenters, the show takes the form of a conversation, interspersed with little heard tracks, classic, new material and choice cuts.
The show can be heard on GTFM, the community station for the Pontypridd area, although through the miracle of technology it can also be picked up around the world by visiting the GTFM website. You can also visit the Loose Goose on MySpace, Facebook, Ning and other social networking sites.
There are also contributions - albeit on a fleeting level, from radio legend and petrol station attendant Ed Parnell, who occasionally provides jingles and voices remotely, whilst in person can provide a range of peculiar odours.
- Some Folk Get the Blues with Devon Pastorius
CJAM is a nonprofit campus-based community radio station. We provide music and information programming not offered by mainstream commercial media in the Windsor/Detroit area. We serve people and groups within the community who are under represented or maligned by mainstream media by allowing a forum to express their views.
CJAM is located in the basement of the CAW Student Centre at the University of Windsor in Windsor, Ontario.
- Tripping Over The Roots with Malcolm MacLean
Tripping Over The Roots airs Saturdays from 2 to 4 pm. The show explores “roots” music in the widest sense. We guarantee a minimum of 12 tunes each hour, with relevant commentary (according to Malcolm). His selections might include folk music or the roots of the Blues, the roots of Rock and Roll or any other roots that Malcolm might choose to dig up. From week to week, you never know. Canadian and emergent talent is an important part of the line-up. That's what Community Radio is about. It's eclectic and always entertaining.
- The Hundred Mile Show with Steve Ritchie
The Hundred Mile Music Show:
Real, live independent grassroots radio playing all kinds of music from the Owen Sound/Grey-Bruce/near-southern Ontario region.
The musical version of the hundred-mile diet... and just as good for you!
Live-to-air every Thursday at 8 PM Eastern, 9 PM Atlantic (Canada), 7 PM Central, 6 PM Mountain, 5 PM Pacific, 1 AM (Friday) GMT
CKLU is a campus radio station in Sudbury. We broadcast from Laurentian University, in the remote wilderness of Northern Ontario (photo to the right). Every morning at seven o'clock ice is chipped from the transmitter and we begin our broadcast day. Over 25 000 ears tune into CKLU locally - our global listenership is possibly exponential.
CKLU is a community based, student funded, volunteer driven, non-profit superior radio station. We thank Laurentian University, The SGA and LAMBDA for their support. We also thank the NOHFC for their internship grant. Thank you to the Trillium Foundation for your support. Thanks to all.
- Songs from the Woods with Rick Jones
- On June 17, 2009, Radio Caledon Inc. received official notification from the CRTC that we have been approved for a new format to replace the pre-recorded tourist information format currently running on 102.7FM.This new radio station will offer a broad music format that would include the following genres: pop, rock, jazz, easy listening and country.An important feature of this license—and something that will make it very unique - is that we will be devoting a significant portion of our musical selections to local and Canadian artists over the broadcast week. And of course, we will now be able to offer live programming as well.