I Am Everything is a music talk show about everything and nothing…. Think The Strombo Show meets CBC Q. Your Punk Father Shyun Atøwn will showcase genres like new indie rock and punk and rap, even throwing in some local rock bands that need that exposure. And sometimes you might hear some cool guests along the way. Shy’s objective for I Am Everything is to profile bands that not many know about but mainly to bring back the next great music show since the days of Much Music. He is everything you need him to be and yet nothing at all.
I Am Everything airs on Friday from 10:00pm to 11:00pm eastern time.
WR Podcasts is CKMS-FM Radio Waterloo’s showcase of some of the podcasts produced in Waterloo Region. Each week we air one or two episodes from local producers to give you a taste of what’s available in Waterloo Region.
Podcasts in the rotation:
WR Podcasts airs every Friday from 10:00am to 11:00am starting on 16 October 2020.
Waterloo Region Podcast Producers! Do you want your podcast included in WR Podcasts? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org with your podcast pitch!
Changemakers Without Borders is a spoken-word episodic interview and biographical podcast that explores changemakers in our history who’ve made a positive change in our world, and through these stories, hopefully inspire us to be changemakers in our own lives.
I also interview current community changemakers who are investing their time to better their surroundings, and who take true action to make a positive difference.
I take a more personal slant in my show to demonstrate that every leader in our history was, in fact, human. Despite each and every one of us having a difficult challenge to overcome, we can seek encouragement from these personal stories, and allow them to propel us forward.
The knowledge of leader’s triumphs can aid us in our present and future so that we can seek to become more responsible and innovative stewards of our future, and only allow the positive aspects of history’s leaders to shine through.
Changemakers Without Borders airs on CKMS Wednesdays from 8:00am to 8:30am
Contact Changemakers for Interviews, Feedback, or Questions
You can email me at email@example.com for any suggestions for people to interview, or if you would like to come on the show as a person who is making a positive influence with your work. You can also write to me about a particular episode you want to ask about, or give me feedback or comments on!
Feel free to write to me for any inquiries about CKMS in regards to Outreach, as I am also one of the Board of Directors, who has taken on this role. firstname.lastname@example.org
I am also part of Peach City Radio, and my email there is email@example.com
The Laurier Centre for Sustainable Food Systems’ (LCSFS) podcast Handpicked: Stories from the Field showcases the excellent and varied research happening at the LCSFS with a focus on how the work creates meaningful changes to the ways we produce, get, eat and understand our food.
Handpicked: Stories from the Field is hosted by Amanda Di Battista, the LCSFS Project Coordinator, and Laine Young, PhD Candidate in Geography and Environmental Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University.
The first season of the Handpicked podcast launched on Sept. 30, 2019
Handpicked: Stories from the Field airs on Fridays at 10:0am from 4 September to 9 October 2020.
You’re Not Alone is a talk show discussing abuse, trauma, mental health and a variety of different community issues that we face, allowing the members of our community to feel safe in knowing they are not alone in experiencing these circumstances. Your show host is Sherice Alishaw.
You’re Not Alone airs on Fridays from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.
DJ Felix Ranchero brings you the hottest tropical Latin American beats as well as Rancheras, Corridos and Banda music. The purpose of this show is to inform our community and to cooperate in the maintenance of our culture and values with much pride. We will be bringing for you ranchera music, a variety of Latin beats, community events announcements, local, national and international news, as well as local and international interviews on subjects of interest to our community.
While this is a podcast, Harrowsmith began as a groundbreaking Canadian magazine. It came to life on the kitchen table of James Lawrence in Camden East, Ontario in 1976. Back then it didn’t seem likely that his vision of a national magazine on the virtues of getting back to the land would last.
But before long Harrowsmith took off, quickly attracting legions of fans. Tapping into an urban desire to move to the country, the magazine also appealed to dyed-in-the wool ruralites. What Canada got was its magazine to promote green living and a country lifestyle. It also got the venerable Harrowsmith Almanac.
Over its 46-year history the Harrowsmith name became synonymous with Canadians living sustainably.
In this podcast we proudly continue the spirit of James Lawrence’s vision of sharing useful information for country dwellers and anyone seeking to tread a little more lightly upon the earth.
Harrowsmith Radio airs every other Wednesday from 1:00pm to 2:00pm.
Zero Waste Countdown is a 30 minute radio show all about sustainability from a zero waste perspective.
What is Zero Waste?
Zero Waste is a concept that eliminates unnecessary waste from the regular consumer cycle to decrease our impact on the planet as a whole. A countdown to zero waste is a pledge to reduce waste in personal lives, organizations, communities, and even entire cities or nations. While reaching total zero may seem impossible, a countdown to zero waste is a manageable approach to living with less trash.
The Host: Laura Nash
The ocean is on a countdown to 2050, when scientists predict there will be more plastic than fish. Laura is on her own countdown: to get as close as possible to zero waste. Through research, interviews, and personal experiences, Laura is on a mission to produce less waste and leave a happier, healthier planet for future generations.
Zero Waste Countdown airs on Thursday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.
Homes For All presents a series of 12 shows from March to May 2020 telling stories of people affected by the unaffordability and lack of housing, and raising awareness of the work being done by many players in the community.
Liberation Hour focuses on various aspects of non-human animals in our society. We interview experts; people who are passionate about other animals and the planet; people who take care of non-human animals; people who create plant-based food; people who fight for animal rights and for the planet.
Liberation Hour airs on Fridays from 8:00pm to 9:00pm, with a replay on Tuesdays from 11:00am to Noon.
“It’s a Vibe” with Sherice plays music that you don’t normally hear on the radio in Kitchener. Growing up with a Caribbean background in Ontario, I always wondered why I could never hear my type of music on the radio and now I want to make that a reality. I will be bringing my Caribbean flow, playing Soca, Reggae, Dancehall as well as some R&B and hip hop to offset it. We will be having live discussions, talking about universal law, the law of attraction and anything spiritual or universal. I would also love to use this platform to bring awareness and education surrounding issues such as trauma, abuse and consent to the forefront, teaching our community to share love instead of hate!
“It’s a Vibe” with Sherice airs on Friday from 9:00pm to 10:00pm.
At For The Wild, we discuss the critical ideas of our time and parlay them into action for the defense and regeneration of natural communities. Key topics include the rediscovery of wild nature, ecological renewal and resistance, and healing from the trauma of individualistic society. We will travel deep into ancient forests, align with the struggles and ways of Earth-based people, and rekindle the mysteries of intuition. We will join today’s brightest visionaries in this momentous work of reimagining a world where humanity can find its way back into the web of life.
For The Wild airs on Wednesdays from 9:00am to 10:00am.
Ayana is a lover and protector of wild nature. She was studying Ecology at Columbia University when the Occupy Wall Street movement began. Amid the burgeoning resistance in Zuccotti Park, she created the Environmental working group with March Young to help orient the movement to the realities of a suffering planet. From there she moved West to her beloved Cascadian bioregion, starting an organic farm and wild foods cartel on an Oregon mountaintop. In Portland, she had the fortune of learning from the herbalist Cascade Anderson Geller. Ayana is currently creating an ecological research center and native plants nursery in the Southern tip of the Cascadian bioregion. She teaches about empowered earth stewardship and leads biodiversity enhancement workshops across North America.
Amity Radio is a place to express yourself, to be who you are meant to be and to create a community with those who live and breathe art. Join the family and follow our movement as we try to unify and append the artist culture in the KW region and beyond.
We aim to showcase art in every form at least once a month if not more! Stay tuned for events! Look forward to art installations, concerts, board games, movie nights, hide and seek plus OTHER games and activities!
Electro Experimental plays music from our Digital Music Library tagged with (you guessed it!) “Electro” and “Experimental”. Expect to hear new music, avant-garde jazz, synth-pop, and all the sounds you won’t hear on commercial stations!
Electronica airs on Wednesday mornings from Midnight to 8:00am.
Steve Todd is your host of Musicians’ FAQ, a program focused on musicians entertaining you around Waterloo region. I’m featuring your favourite local singer, guitar player, or drummer, learning how they got started, influences, funny stories about the past gigs and upcoming performances. You’ll also hear some great recordings of their work. In addition, you’ll be learning about others in the music industry that are helping to maintain the vibrant music scene.
Musicians’ FAQ airs on Monday from 10:00am to 11:00am.
Training is the program during which new DJs learn all about the studio, microphones, mixing board, video console, Airtime program scheduler, and everything else they need to know to host a radio show.
The show could be full of experimentation, interesting results, odd snippets of conversation, and even some dead air. But the results are polished DJs, who will bring you lots of exciting programming the rest of the week!
Would you like to get training as a radio DJ? All it takes is a Radio Waterloo membership — join up at https://radiowaterloo.ca/join and you could join our Technical Committee to learn more about running a radio station, or our Programming Committee to determine what goes on the schedule, or sign up to start a new show!
Training airs every other Sunday from 8:30pm to 10:30pm.
Reggae Patrol is a diverse Caribbean radio show which plays a large range of Reggae, Dancehall, Ska, Rock-steady and lovers-rock every Saturday from 6pm-8pm eastern time.
Reggae Patrol top 10 chart will give you an overview of Dancehall and Reggae songs that are trending within the global diaspora, the sweetened voice of our energetic host Shawn Bush will keep you glued to your speakers, two full exciting hour with a lot of twist.
Reggae Patrol also interview local and international artistes on a promotional platform, we give updates on upcoming Reggae and Dancehall events in our community (Waterloo Region) and the greater Toronto area.
Five minutes reviews and previews chit chatting on what is hot in the news and reviews.