cfru 93.3fm Campus and Community Radio in Guelph

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Mar 02, 2021
5:00 pm to 6:00 pm

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Mac Dee

Tuesday at 5

Some old, some new
Some folk some blue
and a detour or two.
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CFRU 93.3fm has been bringing you 250 watts of community power for over 40 years! We engage, inform and entertain our listeners. We empower and mentor our volunteers. We support great people doing creative projects in and around Guelph. We raise awareness of community issues, events, and concerns. We introduce new ideas and perspectives, and focus on voices you can’t hear anywhere else. To get involved in programming and production, promote an initiative or event, help develop our music library, and develop new media making skills, email volunteer@cfru.ca anytime!

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We have a new page for CFRU's Music Department!
Check out our music libraries, our charts, helpful links and forms - including a new way for local musicians to submit music!
http://www.cfru.ca/music/

We're Hiring! Tell your friends.

This is a unionized online position, 35h/week.

Apply here: https://www.cfru.ca/job-posting-marketing-outreach-director/

Artist in Residence, Jenny Mitchell, is reaching out to the community to collect images that represent local #Guelph history & the stories behind them for her #GoldenGuelph project which celebrates the people, places and events that make this city great!
http://ow.ly/idRr50ATURU

June is recognized as National Indigenous History Month. To commemorate this occasion, CFRU is featuring a series of special programs today from 10am to 6pm.

Listen here: http://cfru.ca

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To commemorate Juneteenth, CFRU is featuring special programming throughout the day.

Listen here: https://www.cfru.ca/

📻 Today at noon on @cfru_radio, Jenny Mitchell's "Bridging the Social Distance" episode features an interview with 3 of the coordinators of the "GBHS: Guelph Solidarity Protest to Support Black Lives Matter" happening tomorrow in #Guelph.

Stream it from http://cfru.ca.

It's been a week... https://opensourcesguelph.com/2020/06/04/open-sources-show-notes-for-june-4-2020/ @scottyhertz @adamadonaldson @cfru_radio

Have you dialed into "Bridging the Social Distance" airing weekdays at noon on @cfru_radio yet? Today's guest is Guelph's own Aimee Copping!
#BuildCommunity

Today from 6am - midnight, we're airing spoken-word and music recordings by black artists and public figures. We present this broadcast in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and the protests against racial injustice. Tune in locally, or stream at http://cfru.ca.

Tonight on The Crooked Beat @cfru_radio (CFRU-FM 93.3 or http://cfru.ca): Remembering producer #BobbyDigital, Heptones' singer Naggo Morris, & Truths & Rights revisited.

New music: @anthonybfireman, Reggae Powerhouse Band, Fikir Amlak & Afrikan Simba and CJ Joe. #reggae

Coming up later today: https://opensourcesguelph.com/2020/05/28/open-sources-show-notes-for-may-28-2020/ @scottyhertz @adamadonaldson @cfru_radio

The PART-TWO of the COVID-19 Lessons for food systems is out. Have a listen here ⚓ https://anchor.fm/foodfarmtalk/episodes/PART-2--COVID-19--Lessons-for-Food-Systems-eeig5d/a-a2a12n1
@ArrellFoodInst @UofG_FfT @OneHealthUofG @cfru_radio

These @RadioMatlock link up shows with @cfru_radio's Jenny Mitchell are so cool. Well done @ChooseMyMusic and @lucie_delacy for arranging this!

http://radiofreematlock.co.uk

Tonight is Part 1 of a special SOUNDTRACK-THEMED TONE ZONE. Myself and some special guests talk about songs they discovered from movie and tv show soundtracks. Listen at 9pm on @cfru_radio 93.3 FM or online at http://cfru.ca

What does COVID-19 mean for the food system? Listen to the "COVID 19 -Lessons for Food Systems" Webinar by @ArrellFoodInst and @UofG_FfT
in this episode of @FoodfarmTalk. ⚓ https://anchor.fm/foodfarmtalk/episodes/COVID-19--Lessons-for-Food-Systems-ee1o23

#COVID19 + local food in #Guelph Wellington, hear Christina Mann @tastereal on challenges for local food + farming

#ontag #localfood #coronavirus

@wellingtncounty @cityofguelph @WellFedAg @OntarioFarms @cfru_radio @Feeding9Billion @ArrellFoodInst

https://anchor.fm/foodfarmtalk/episodes/COVID19-and-Local-Food-and-Farming-in-Guelph-Wellington-edhmj0

We're covering some news later today, and not all of it is COVID-related. https://opensourcesguelph.com/2020/05/07/open-sources-show-notes-for-may-7-2020/ @adamadonaldson @scottyhertz @cfru_radio

Check out The Deep House Project on CFRU 93.3FM and http://cfru.ca tonight 10-11PM EST where we'll mixing from a safe distance and feature some of the latest from: @trickymoreira @sultanshepard @djadamk @DJFrankWalker @felixcartal @CloudNoneMusic @cfru_radio

Campus stations discuss the impacts of the pandemic on independent radio and the music industry, with input from CFRU staff members Jenny and Alex.

Ahoy! If you're a local musician or you recently had a gig cancelled in the Guelph area due to covid-19, and you're going to be live streaming a performance online - email the details to Alex at music@cfru.ca, and she can include them in our weekly charts email. 🎶💻💕

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Charts March 2, 2021

  1. MADE KUTI For(e)ward (Partisan)
  2. THE WEATHER STATION* Ignorance (Next Door)
  3. VARIOUS* All Creaturs (Polar Seas)
  4. MISC* Partager l'ambulance (Bonsound)
  5. THE BESNARD LAKES* The Besnard Lakes Are The Last of the Great Thunderstorm Warnings (Flemish Eye)
  6. BEVERLY GLENN-COPELAND* Transmissions: The Music of Beverly Glenn-Copeland (Transgressive)
  7. SARAH DAVACHI* Cantus, Descant (Late Music)
  8. ADRIAN YOUNGE The American Negro (Jazz Is Dead)
  9. ANA ROXANNE Because Of A Flower (Kranky)
  10. ANGEL BAT DAWID / THA BROTHAHOOD Live (International Anthem)
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