Alternative Radio, established in 1986, is an award-winning weekly one-hour public affairs program offered free to all public radio stations in the U.S., Canada, Europe and beyond. AR provides information, analyses, and views that are frequently ignored or distorted in corporate media. With headquarters based in Boulder, Colorado and with only two full-time and two part-time paid staff, AR airs on almost 300 radio stations. Our project is sustained by donations and by listener purchases of season subscriptions, recordings, and transcripts.
Speak My Language is a storytelling media arts project highlighting the experiences of Chinese elders facing barriers to access in the BC healthcare system. Created through collaborations between youth and seniors, Speak My Language promotes a greater awareness of accessibility in healthcare, while teaching community members media production skills and building intergenerational connections.
The audio that CJSF broadcast as part of this series includes an edited recording of the launch event for Speak My Language and the 5 documentaries. Before each documentary, there is a brief introduction by the producer(s) which was lifted from the launch event audio.
May 5: Launch
May 5: Displaced By Death (prod. Kaitlyn Fung & Sera Bao)
May 12: Do It My Way (prod. Tintin Yang & Sophy Chu)
May 19: Mei PohPoh (prod. Vanessa Myho & Cassandra Ly)
May 26: Never Too Old (prod. Emily Tsang)
June 2: A Place of Your Own (prod. Jason Yu & Daniel Chen)
Scream Therapy is a podcast that explores the link between punk rock and mental health hosted by Jason Schreurs. His guests are members of the underground music scene who are living with mental health challenges, like he is.
On Triple Threat: Feminist, Fifty-ish & Fabulous, Robin Eriksson speaks to women about what it takes to age outside the beauty myth and how daring, curiosity and wisdom play out in our lives. The show airs once a month on the second Wednesday under the umbrella program IntraVenus. Triple Threat: Feminist, Fifty-ish & Fabulous is a project of Aging with Imagination, a series of workshops and conversations with women about aging as a step towards shifting the limiting social narrative.
Monday Productions presents Dragged Out, an investigative series that examines the closures of 5 prominent drag venues over the last twelve months, and how the community is surviving and thriving because of/despite the closures. The episodes feature over twenty voices from the community - performers, promoters, community builders, venue owners - and takes an in-depth look at the wellbeing of a marginalized community within an increasingly-unaffordable, gentrifying city. The podcast is limited-run, spanning over seven 30-45 minute-long episodes. Themes include why drag is important to the community/performer/self, queer/drag history from pre-colonial times to now, gentrification, legalities of owning and operating a queer business, Vancouver's supposed East-West dichotomy, Do-It-Yourself promotion and production, and much more.
Si'em' nu Ts' lhhwulmuhw translates to "My Honoured Fellow Native People" and aims to educate our community on culture and history from Nanaimo's three area First Nations: Snuneymuxw, Stz'uminus and Snaw-Naw-As (Nanoose), and Powell River's first nation's Sliammon, Klahoose and Homalco Nations. These syndicated episodes were origianlly produced at community radio station CHLY 101.7 FM in Nanaimo.
Let's Get Serious is a show about us.
Host, Valerie Malla, talks with influential guests about issues that need to be talked about -- whether it's justice, politics, medicine, or family matters and more...
Every 4th Monday @ 10:AM on CJSF 90.1 FM