Jul 14, 2011

Here at CFCR we're feeling pretty excited to announce a shake-up of shows coming to our Friday afternoon schedule. We're not losing any of our great shows, we're just playing a bit of musical programming, as it were.

In an effort to ease the pain of your post-lunch Friday work day, we've got the following programs coming at you in stereo on your FM radio, and online right here at

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 caffiene jitters from your morning coffee binge.
2-4pm: The Swing Shift - Two hours of jazz to help breeze you through the afternoon.
4-5pm: RCMP - An hour of Canuck rock will jumpstart your day.
5-6pm: The Afternoon Buzz - Info on upcoming events, interviews and new music will remind you that the weekend is nigh.

Call it The Friday Freakout, The Gateway to the Weekend or simply The New Afternoon. Whatever you do, tune in to CFCR and don't touch that dial.

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