Jean-Philippe Deneault, active CFCR Board member and one of the Saturday evening hosts of Couleurs Café, is this month's feature for Get to Know a CFCR Volunteer. Read more about JP's history with CFCR!
You probably know Brenda Helm as "The Leather Queen," co-host of CFCR's Monday evening blues program, Rollin' & Tumblin' With The Blues. But, there's a lot you probably didn't know about this great Volunteer, so click below and read on!
Thursday Green Eggs & Ham Host Darryl "The Reverend" Dozlaw sojourned south to Regina to take in the 50th Anniversary of The Regina Folk Festival, so click on to read about all the great music (and stormy weather) that he found there!
Our very own Nikki Phipps had the opportunity to see the Joshua Redman Quartet as part of the Sasktel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival!
Our Program Director Jay Allen traipsed around the Sled Island Festival for the TENTH time in a row, and brought back a wheelbarrow full of pictures and ramblings!
CFCR Host Trash Can Dan was one of CFCR's intrepid reporters for the 2019 edition of the Sled Island Music Festival in Calgary. Check out his musings on his Sled experience by clicking below!
The Nightshirt Music Festival happened this past weekend, and CFCR Host Nikki Phipps took in a lively set by Vancouver's NEEDS. Click below and read all about it!
Get to know one of CFCR's cooooooolest Volunteer Hosts, Jenn Freeze! She's been with the station in various capacities on & off since 2008, and currently provides your early morning soundtrack every other Wednesday on Green Eggs & Ham!
Now that 2018 is officially 'in the can' so to speak, we can look back at the year that was. A selection of CFCR Hosts and Staff took some time to revisit their favourite music of last year, so read on and maybe you'll discover your new favourite album or band.
This time, we're featuring the multi-talented Tyler Baptist! He's a co-host on CFCR's film-review show, Reel To Reel, but there's a lot more to him that just that, so click below and read on!
We're having to bid adieu to another wonderful longtime host in Stephen Rutherford ("Tonight It's Poetry Radio"), but we're waving goodbye in style, by featuring him in the latest "Get To Know A CFCR Volunteer!"
Time for another edition of "Get To Know A CFCR Volunteer!" In this installment, you can learn a bit about Couleurs Cafe host and CFCR Board Member Catherine Lemire. She's pretty great, and a real supporter of Community Radio in Saskatoon, so read on to see what she likes on her pizza (and some other things too).
It's almost here! As we inch closer to Sled Island Festival in Calgary, Alberta - which rests on traditional territory of the Blackfoot and the people of the Treaty 7 region – Miranda Young (Host of the Thursday Buzz) and Jordan Stovra (Host of the Monday Buzz) sat down to have a chat about what they’re most looking forward to.
For the second time in a row, we're featuring one of our lovely Buzz hosts! This time, the wonderful Miranda Young (host of the Thursday Buzz) is in our spotlight, so click below to find out more about what makes this amazing volunteer tick!
This time, we're featuring Buzz host Jordan Stovra. He's a really great volunteer and all-around swell dude, so give a little click below and learn more about him!
If you tune in to So Many Roads on Wednesdays, every other week you'll catch the dulset tones and awesome playlists of Guy Edlund! He's a swell fella, and a real champion of Community Radio in Saskatoon, so read a little bit about him after the beep! Or click, or whatever...
If you're up early on Wednesdays, you'll know our next featured host, Daniel "Trash Can Dan" Mireault! Read on to learn more about Dan, and check out a playlist of his music picks!
Check out the annual “Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Bardcast,” a pre-recorded segment featuring interviews from both of the 2017 SOTS productions, Twelfth Night and Richard III. Hosted and produced by Stephen Rutherford, and supported by Saskatchewan Lotteries.
We're feeling a bit melancholy because Fistful Of Booyah host Curtis Tessmer is stepping down after almost 20 years of on-air volunteering, so we thought we'd ask him to tell us a bit about himself for internet posterity. He's a swell dude, so check it out!
The Owls Are Not What They Seem host Peter Grier (Get it? PG!) gives us the rundown of his Sled Island experiences. Just like his show promo says, Peter saw lots of pop, experiments and indie rock. Check it out!
Not one to make the same mistake two years in a row, our Program Director Jay Allen made sure to start getting his Sled Island coverage in on schedule this time (instead of a year late). Check out the bands he got to see on the first couple days of the Festival in the first of a two-part series. We'll also be posting writing & photos from CFCR's Brendan Flaherty & Peter Grier this week, so keep checking back!
This month, we'll get to know Buzz Host and Board Member Jane Caulfield! She's been volunteering with us for the last 4 1/2 years, and we think she's super swell!
For our March edition of "Get To Know A CFCR Volunteer," we'll be learning a bit about Ann Foster, host of Radio Book Club. Ann just announced that she's going to be stepping down from her show next month, so we wanted to give her a good send-off!