THE NEW AFTERNOON: HERE 5 DAYS A WEEK!


Dec 11, 2011

Here at CFCR, we love our programs. Like seriously love them. So, when it came time to give our program schedule a little facelift, we didn’t want to lose any of those great shows. So after lots of thoughtful pondering while staring through rain-soaked windows, we came up with a way to shake things up without losing any of the wonderful shows you know and love. It’s our way of honouring the 25th Anniversary of the Community Radio Society of Saskatoon while looking forward to the future.

As you may have noticed, we’ve been testing the new schedule out on Fridays since July, and now it’s time to roll that over into the rest of the week. Starting November 7th, The New Afternoon (aka “Carl”) will be coming to you five days a week!

Here’s how it all breaks down:

12-1pm: Hot Buttered Soul - Funk, soul & R&B. The way music was meant to be.
1-2pm: Classical Connection - This will help ease those caffeine jitters from your morning coffee binge.
2-4pm: The Swing Shift - Two hours of jazz to help breeze you through the afternoon.
4-5pm: The RCMP - An hour of Canuck rock will jumpstart your drive home.
5-6pm: The Buzz - Info on upcoming events, interviews and new music will remind you that the weekend is nigh. Now with a snappier name!

We hope you love the changes we’ve made, and there’s no better way to let us know how much you love it (or hate it), but sending us an email to cfcr@cfcr.ca. Thanks for supporting your community radio station!

Jay Allen
Program Director
pd@cfcr.ca

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