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Station Orientation Schedule
Join CJSF as a volunteer, take 45-minute orientation tour!
Drop by (no need to sign up) to get started in radio!
(Room TC216 right over the campus main entrance.)
NOTE: We are doing orientations each Friday at 2:30 in Jan!
January Orientations: Jan 21 . . . NEWS page
TALK TALK: the Talk Dept Meet Up
Thursday Feb 5 at 4pm at CJSF
At TALK TALK we welcome new talk dept members, develop stories and programming ideas, and check in with our collectives.
If you can't make the meeting, or want to talk one on one, drop in hours . . . NEWS page
Julian Award for Excellence
by Peter Prentice
The Jazz Spectrum and CJSF are please to announce the the nominees for the 4th annual Julian Award of Excellence for Emerging Canadian Jazz Artists. The Julian Award continued...
Malk Cassette Release Show
by Kiara Shibley
On December 12th, I went to 333 and saw a few local bands. I had three major reasons for attending said show: first, I didn't know pop punk dudes Hermetic were still playing; second, it was one of my favourite Vancouver mainstays, Crystal Swells, last show; and third, it was to be my first time seeing a band called Malk. continued...
International Human Rights Day Special Broadcast
by Alexandra Nikotina
Wednesday, December 10 is International Human Rights Day. CJSF 90.1 FM invites you to celebrate this day by tuning in between 9am-6pm to hear stories music, talks and interviews covering different human rights issues. You can listen to last year’s International Human Rights Day coverage here. CJSF broadcasts from Unceded Coast Salish Territories. continued...
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aired Jan 26 from 3:00pm-4:00pm
**Interviewz** ASW wresling manager, Verne Siebert. + STAND-UP COMEDY WEEKLY WARM-UP MONDAYS NOW/6:30PM @ kINO CAFE!!!!..KINO CAFE.
aired Jan 22 from 4:00pm-5:00pm
an SFU Carbon Talk
With a TransLink (BC's transit provider) referendum coming March 2015, we continue to plumb our archives for transit related issues that could continued...
SFU Ideas & Issues
aired Jan 21 from 12:00pm-1:00pm
Ingo Schmidt at SFU Harbour Centre
Ingo Schmidt is an economist, a writer, and a labour educator. He is the Coordinator of the Labour Studies Program at Athabasca University. continued...
aired Jan 21 from 1:00pm-2:00pm
Culture Club host Beau has some intriguing discussions about inspiration and the creative process with two of the featured artists of Char Bagh, an up
Today in the Culture Club we explore Char Bagh at PuSh Festival 2015 (Jan 31) From http://pushfestival.ca/shows/char-bagh/ Char Bagh is the continued...
aired Jan 21 from 4:00pm-5:00pm
Discussions of female sexuality and shame, featuring an interview with director Sheona McDonald.
This week on Intra Venus, our focus is female sexuality and shame. Slut shaming, agency, the politics of pleasure, porn, and sex education are continued...
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