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CiTR -- SPECIAL EVENTS
26 minutes | Mar 11, 2022
A training fillin with Jasper, Cora, Maryam and Elif.
21 minutes | Mar 7, 2022
24HOSP Interview W/ Love In Public
Sasha sits down with Abril and Noush to chat Love in Public Pod season 2 highlighting student voices!
44 minutes | Mar 2, 2022
Hanging out with Orrin and Elle.
60 minutes | Feb 4, 2022
Today, Milena and Kiana talk about overcoming the fear of talking to strangers, attention span while watching movies and made verbal vows to stop second guessing ourselves
48 minutes | Dec 17, 2021
Fillin with Sara!
First show ! (sara rodriguez)
63 minutes | Nov 24, 2021
Riot Grrrl: A Brief History
Hey grrrlies, in this episode we jump into the history of the Riot Grrrl movement, starting in Olympia in the early 90s as a backlash to the male-dominated Punk scene. We play some songs by some women in punk in the 70s who made this all possible: the Slits, X Ray Spex, and Patti Smith. Of course we delve into Kathleen Hanna (happy belated birthday!) and her projects which defined the movement: Bikini Kill, Le Tigre, and Julie Ruin. We get into some other first-gen Riot Grrrl acts, as well as some of my suggestions for some modern-day women and non-binary folks who deserve the title of Riot Grrrls just as much. Love rock revolution girl style now!
58 minutes | Nov 10, 2021
Unashamedly Reliant on Genius Lyrics
Today I'm playing some things that have been on heavy rotation for me the past week: some songs I stole from my sibling's Instagram, some Rolling Stone recs, and some new releases. Also, I did remember that term - UNRELIABLE NARRATOR. Yikes, this "English major" is feeling a bit fraudulent.
46 minutes | Oct 30, 2021
I guess I'm lame now...that's cool
In this fill-in episode, Eva and Jasper are talking about what makes Vancouver's local indie music scene distinctive; upcoming live shows; podcasts; art; and how sometimes you just need to dance in the street to self-soothe.
205 minutes | Oct 16, 2021
CiTR & Discorder Showcase at Vancouver Outsider Arts Festival
LIVE from the Blackbox Theatre at the Roundhouse Community Centre at The Vancouver Outsider Arts Festival 2021 on October 16. https://www.cacv.ca/vancouver-outsider-arts-festival-2021/ Live musical performances by Rainbows End ~ https://nicerainbowohwaititsgone.bandcamp.com/ Francis Baptiste ~ https://francis-baptiste.bandcamp.com/ thehabeshaman ~ https://thehabeshaman.bandcamp.com/ Bedwetters Anonymous ~ https://bedwettersanonymous.bandcamp.com/ Readings by Todd McCluskie ~ https://www.cjsf.ca/contents/blurred-crusade Stance Ravening ~ https://www.instagram.com/croc4daddy/ Marylise Habiyambere ~ https://www.instagram.com/marylisewrites/?hl=en Tawahum Bige ~ https://tawahum.com/ Live looping workshop by DJ Chronfused from Muse-ish ~ https://www.citr.ca/radio/muse-ish/ Hosted by Nick Toney and Dora Dubber.
239 minutes | Oct 6, 2021
Crimes & Treasons YVR Showcase! LIVE BROADCAST
Live broadcast from the Portside Pub in Vancouver. LIVE PERFORMANCES ft. Terell Safadi, Shaylen D, Aktu el Shabazz, Massiah, Prado, Freelance Flint, Korodoroy Floyd, Teon Gibbs. COMEDY ft. Mufaro M. DJS ft. Rels, Steeles, Jules Andre Brown.
43 minutes | Aug 20, 2021
Where We Begin: A Collection of Origin Stories
This summer, six talented teenagers from the Museum of Anthropology's Native Youth Program learned to podcast at CiTR. Each youth took a unique approach to exploring their Indigenous identity through sound. Hear them share stories from their nations as well as their personal stories in this audio documentary titled, "Where we begin: a collection of origin stories" featuring an original song called Jailbird by Mackenzie Fong. The order is as follows: Intro Amai Campbell Tamara Hall Mackenzie Fong Mackenzie Kew Kiera Yeomans-Stevens Gabe Ironeagle Jailbird by Mackenzie Fong If you want to learn more about the Native Youth Program, visit moa.ubc.ca/indigenous-access-and-engagement/nyp/
100 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
The Pender Guy Radio Collective, 1976-1981: The Reunion Show
The Pender Guy radio collective grew out of a wave of Chinese Canadian youth activism in the early 1970s, running their operations from Vancouver’s Chinatown. Airing on Vancouver Co-operative Radio (Co-op Radio), the show explored issues related to Chinese-Canadian identity, history, politics, and art through news reporting, interviews, humour, drama, and music. Produced entirely by volunteers, the Pender Guy offered a way for young Chinese Canadians to gain community media skills and counter mainstream media representation of Chinatown and Chinese Canadians. With the City of Vancouver Archives’ recent digitization of the audio tapes, these tapes are now accessible entirely online, becoming an oral history archive of a formative period of Asian Canadian history. Join us as members of the Pender Guy share their memories on the show and play some of their favourite segments from the tapes while the community activists who helped preserve and document the show share the importance of the Pender Guy archives to the community both locally and internationally. Visit the Pender Guy fonds at the City of Vancouver Archives here: https://searcharchives.vancouver.ca/pender-guy-radio-collective-fonds Speakers: Paul Yee, Ramona Mar, Tommy Tao, Jeannie Young, Christy Fong & Rachel Lau Moderated by Winnie L. Cheung
76 minutes | May 26, 2021
Intersectionality, Feminism, and Power – Writers Who Define our Times
“Inequality is not created equal,” the civil rights activist and scholar Kimberley Crenshaw once said. Experiences of racial inequality intersect at gender, class, and sexuality; and as such, these identity markers do not exist independently of each other, but rather inform each other. This intergenerational and multigenre panel of writers will share their insights and experiences of how their personal journeys as writers have influenced their craft and provided meaning on how and why they tell their stories. Grace Eiko Thomson, Larissa Lai, & Sarah Suk Moderated by Sharanjit Kaur Sandhra
125 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
Fundrive 2021 Fill-In: Kat & Clo Ride the Valentine's Waves
In this Valentine's-themed Fundrive episode, Kat & Clo answer your questions about long-distance relationships, dating in your 20s, and the challenges of commitment. We also gossip about our favourite shows, chat about representations of relationships in mainstream media, and rant about how easy it is to internalize the patriarchy. We're just two friends figuring things out as we go, and we're so glad you're joining us for the ride.
120 minutes | Feb 5, 2021
Exec Fundrive Kickoff 2021
Members of the student exec decide Valentine's Day is overrated and CiTR is underrated, so we dedicate our favourite songs to the station we love.
60 minutes | Nov 28, 2020
UBC Music Showcase -24hr
Showcasing favourite recordings from UBC artists over the last year.
60 minutes | Nov 28, 2020
24HOSP - Seven Taviss!
Interview and music showcase of solo musician/producer Seven Taviss. He talks about making music during the COVID-19 pandemic and the importance of putting your mental health first before everything else.
60 minutes | Nov 27, 2020
Podcast Panel Interview
A panel interview with 3 UBC Alumni/Students who have created their own podcasts, played during the 2020 24 Hours of Student Power.
60 minutes | Nov 27, 2020
Know It All Magazine Interview With Bella!
Interview with the editor-in-chief and founder of Know It All Magazine Bella by Maya Preshyon
60 minutes | Nov 27, 2020
24HOSP Jayden Keleny Interview
Interview with UBC student and upcoming musician Jayden Keleny as well as some of her music!
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