Speak Up! Future Playlists:

Speak Up! playlist for 12/09/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Rush Here Again Rush Moon, Mercury
Norilsk No Sacred Ground Weepers of the Land Hypnotic Dirge Records
Norilsk Toute la noirceur du monde Weepers of the Land Hypnotic Dirge Records
Charlie Abott Ugly Little Sunflower Ugly Little Sunflower Independent
Program: 

Speak Up! with Carl

Some strange historical December 9 happenings, a piece about a secluded city in Siberia, a movie review of "Knives Out" and some Sky Train Strike info!

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 9 December 2019
  • By: carllinnenkohl
Speak Up! playlist for 12/06/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
jessica heine to the moon with you alice goodbye party
necking spare me cut your teeth
Program: 

As part of CJSF's special programming initiative to mark the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence and commerate today as the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, robin hosts a panel to talk about where we stand and what is required to change the landscape of gender-based violence locally and in Canada. The panelists are: Dalya Israel, Executive Director, WAVAW Rape Crisis Centre (via telephone); Amber Prince, Staff Lawyer, Legal Advocacy Program, Atira Women's Resource Society; and Raji Mangat | Executive Director, West Coast LEAF.  

Join WAVAW’s December 6th event to observe the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women and commemorate people of marginalized genders who have lost their lives to gender-based violence. The event will be held at 312 Main from 6-8pm. Bring an umbrella for new pairs of socks to be donated to WISH Drop-in Centre as admission. To RSVP, click here.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 6 December 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 12/05/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Katy Perry Rise Rise Remixes
Mamarudegyal Freedom CJSF Studio 6
Daniel Flowers Button Poetry
Program: 

Des'ree joins Jesse to lead a discussion centered around the rape of Busola Dakolo by Nigerian Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo; Rape Culture; Obstacles to reporting sexual assault; and more

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 5 December 2019
  • By: disibor
Speak Up! playlist for 12/03/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

An episode from the archives as part of CJSF's special programming to commemorate the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, this is a medley of voices featuring Nicole Deagan (Feminism Today), Rose-Marie Borutsky (History of Violence Against Women in Canada), Wynde Priddy (personal account), and a piece from Ireland on state-based gender-based violence produced by Radio-Powered Woman. 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 4 December 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 11/29/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
zoe bestal just another girl single
the offspring kristy, are you okay? rise and fall, rage and grace
gloria gaynor i will survive we will survive
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time poem time pillars to pillows
Program: 

Charlotte's guest, Simran, is a member of the SFSS Women's Centre Collective and shares some perspectives for our spaecial programming to commemorate the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence from November 25 through December 10.   

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 4 December 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 11/28/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

Indigenous Brilliance is a quarterly reading series hosted by Massy Books for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit writers to showcase their work. CJSF has partnered with Indigenous Brilliance to record and present these events.

Find out more at https://www.massybooks.com/indigenous-brilliance-reading-series/

Speakers include: Bo Dyp, Tristin Greyeyes, Michelle Porter and Beric Manywounds

Hosted by Patricia Massy, Jessica Johns, jaye simpson, & Emily Dundas Oke

 

Edited & Produced by Des'ree Isibor

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 29 November 2019
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 11/28/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
maria mendes verdes anos close to me
coco love alcorn rebirth rebirth
elisa thorn's hue as if flowers for your heart
Program: 

Information and educational resources shared about the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, Thai artist, Kamolros Wonguthum, shares her experience of gender-based violence and the inspiration for her art practice from a talk recorded to commemorate the 2018 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, and audio captured by CJSF intern, Carl, when he attended the TransMountain Pipeline protest last week.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 28 November 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 11/22/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
john mann thank you the waiting room
curtis mayfield & the impressions people get ready people get ready
jamie rivera thank you hey it's me
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time poem time just for you
Program: 

Charlotte's guest for the hour is Julia Hunter, Director of Vancouver's perishable food recovery and distribution charity FoodStash.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 28 November 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 11/19/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
jo yun kyung panarama train between the seasons
robbie robertson making a noise contact from the underworld of redboy
Program: 

Dr. Dorothy Christian, Associate Director of CEE, the Centre for Educational Excellence at SFU, joins robin for a discussion on decolonizing and indigenizing education, and what it means to become a good neighbour by building good relations.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 20 November 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 11/14/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Woolworm Finally Awe Mint Records
Strange Breed Closer Live from Studio 6 CJSF 90.1FM
Megamall Smoke Signals Live from Studio 6 CJSF 90.1FM
Destroyer Crimson Tide Have We Met? Merge / Dead Oceans
Wolf Parade Forest Green Thin Mind Sub Pop Records
Black Belt Eagle Scout Scorpio Moon At the Party With My Brown Friends Saddle Creek
Program: 

SFSS Directors GIovanni HoSang and Osob Mohammed join Jesse in the studio to discuss the recently-defeated SFSS BOD motion 2019-11-19:04(Alternative Shared Space Model), which would have granted SFPIRG, SFU SOCA, Embark and CJSF space in the soon-to-be-opened Student Union Building (06:00 - 39:35); Pre-recorded interviews with Jennifer Chou and Shina Kaur on the same topic.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 14 November 2019
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 11/12/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Scott Anthony Andrews You Don't Say It Like That (Can't Put That In A Song) Young Man On Carth Street Playin' Saxophone Scott Anthony Andrews
Laura Baron Refugee Long Road Home CD Baby
Dirtwire Spirit of Astana Road Goes All Night Beats Antique Records
Dave Miller Trio All My Tomorrows Just Imagine Summit Records
Program: 

Transit strike update - not much to report. Audio from Megaphone Magazine Speakers' Bureau panel recorded for a Studio 6 project. We hear from moderator Khari Wendell McLelland and speakers Nicholas Leech-Crier and Chris Cronk. Studio 6 is CJSF's video series, highlighting impactful artists and engaging conversations with community members. These recordings can be found here: https://www.cjsf.ca/studio6/livesessions

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 12 November 2019
  • By: carllinnenkohl
Speak Up! playlist for 11/08/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
the 5th dimension age of aquarius age of aquarius
nina simone i want a little sugar in my bowl point of no return
donnalou stevens older ladies older ladies
jill scott golden Beautifully Human: Words and Sounds Vol. 2
charlotte 'siata c' ferrell love time poem time just for you
Program: 

Charlotte attended the Biennial 2019 Summit on Aging which was organized by the United Way and the province, and brings some ideas forward from the summit as well as some audio clips.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 13 November 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 11/07/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Woolworm Let Me Wear the Mask Awe Mint Records
MegaMall Smoke Signals Live at Studio 6 Cult Records
Brymo Viva Wakaa (OST) Chocolate
Von Wegen Lisbeth Westkreuz sweetlilly@hotmail.com Columbia
Program: 

Embark's YouTube Content Coordinators Montse and Annie join Jesse to chat about Sustainability Circle S3; Carl and Des'ree hop into the studio to share streeters from SFU Winterfest, and pose the ultimate question: Music or Movies???

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 7 November 2019
  • By: carllinnenkohl
Speak Up! playlist for 11/05/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Jon Batiste Dusk Train To Doha Anatomy Of Angels Verve Records
Joseph Daley Superbia The Seven Heavenly Virtues Jodamusic
Land of Kush Safe Space Sand Engima Constellation
Program: 

Paola Ardiles, one of the spokespeople for @van4chile was on speaking about the situation in Chile and what we can do as Canadians to support Chileans here and abroad.  In the second half hour, Magnus Thyvold, CJSF Station Manager joins for a short conversation and debrief of the SFSS Board Meeting on Friday that denies space to independent student societies that include CJSF, SFPIRG, and Embark SustainabilitySFU SOCA is also without space or an offer for space on campus and The Peak hasn't had their lease renewed which leaves them insecure.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 5 November 2019
  • By: carllinnenkohl
Speak Up! playlist for 11/01/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
adrian sutherland politician man single
adrian sutherland & midnight shine i need angels high road
the o-jays love train back stabbers
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time poem time words of comfort & joy
Program: 

Luis Porte Petit from Dogwood joins Charlotte to debrief the election. We learn what a minority government means and what the political wins and loses are for BC and Canada.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 6 November 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 10/31/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Philoceraptor Razorblades in Apples The Holey Sheets 2011
Philoceraptor The Creature The Twist
Philoceraptor BOO (Spooky Indie Halloween 2011) The Holey Sheets 2011
The Wind Whistles Devil's Cauldron Window Sills
Andy Shauf The Magician Live at Massey Hall Vol 1
Program: 

Carl's Halloween History, Spooky tunes and sound art; Matt Greaves joins Jesse to chat about the ongoing campaign for Research Assistants at SFU to unionize (29m30s - 46m20s). More info on the campaign at http://www.researchiswork.com/

 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 1 November 2019
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 10/29/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
sam wilson riverside waves groundless apprehensions
field guide full time full time ep
jo yun kyung 10 between the seasons
Program: 

Robin is joined by telephone from Prince George by Stuart Parker, spokesperson from the newly launched BC Ecosocialist Party; like and follow them on Facebook.  Also aired, Carl's report from Friday, October 25th's Climate Strike and March at the VAG with Greta Thunberg in attendance.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 30 October 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 10/25/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

Our regular host Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell was unavailable on short notice so it's a shorter and different episode than usual.  You will hear Carl's post-election streeters and a rebroadcast of GroundWire from October 21st.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 30 October 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 10/24/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Molotov gimme tha power ¿Dónde Jugarán las Niñas?
Yawn Wanna Do Right You & I
Strange Breed Sharks Live from Studio 6
Passive The Mind is Not A Temple No. 2
Dead Soft I Believe You Big Blue
Program: 

Miguel, Jorge and Lester of SFU's Association of Latin American Students join Jesse to promote their Gala fundraiser for communities in the Bahamas and Amazon effected by climate change-related environmental disasters

 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 24 October 2019
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 10/22/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
jo yun kyung distances between the seasons
elisa thorn's hue flowers for your heart flowers for your heart
13go pointe-claire domestic tranquility
Program: 

Robin and CJSF Station Manager, Magnus Thyvold, talk post-election with reflections and projections, and hope.  Also, student climate activist, Greta Thunberg is in Vancouver this Friday for a Climate Strike; 11am on the north plaza of the Vancouver Art Gallery.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 23 October 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 10/18/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
patrick searle vote day n/a
dionne warwick that's what friends are for love songs
michael mitchell canada in my pocket canada is for kids volume 1
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time poem time just for you
Program: 

Luis Porte Petit from Dogwood is Charlotte's guest. They dive into key election issues of climate change, civic / community participation and democracy itself. Find out about their campaign Vote Local.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 18 October 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 10/17/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

The SFSS and GSS partner with CJSF, SFU Political Science, SFU Public Square, Embark, the TSSU, and SFU 350 to present a Federal Election Debate with Burnaby North-Seymour candidates Svend Robinson (NDP), Terry Beech (Liberals), and Amita Kuttner (Green Party).

https://the-peak.ca/2019/10/sfss-gss-host-federal-election-debate-at-sfu/

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 18 October 2019
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 10/15/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Kate Blechinger Qu'appelle Under the Dancing Sky Bent River Records
Land of Kush Ssssss Sand Enigma CST Records
Program: 

In this post-Thanksgiving episode of Speak Up!, Robin's guest is Matt McDonald, Director of External Relations with the GSS, who talks about some initiatives. Later, Carl and Robin chat about their Thanksgiving celebrations and discuss the different parties' suggested measures to counteract climate change.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 15 October 2019
  • By: carllinnenkohl
Speak Up! playlist for 10/11/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
manu dibango soul makossa s/t
o'jays for the love of money ship ahoy
hollerado grief money born yesterday
johnnie proby don't quit life is now
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time poem time just for you
Program: 

Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell hosts a FUNdrive episode with some input from robin.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 16 October 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 10/08/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
orions belte tudo que voce podia ser slim
blue moon marquee fever flickering flame bare knuckles & brawn
twink sunbeams & moonbeams & silver stars think pink iv: return to deep space
Program: 

Robin and Carl host this Fundrive edition of Tuesday Speak Up! featuring past interview clips curated by Carl from the archives. 

Interview clips include: Jolene Timko on Longhouse Dialogs, Heartbeat Benefit, and Nuf comparing response to fire at Notre Dame Cathedral with fires in her home country of Bangladesh. 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 9 October 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 10/04/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Brian and Thomas Owens A Change is Gonna Come
Johnnie Proby Don't Quit
Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell Love Time Poem Time
Program: 

Leslie Remund and Luke Schuss speak to Charlotte about the  the 411 Seniors Centre Podcast "Powered by Age." 

Marnie Perrin joins the conversation to talk about a new play, View Through the Window, co-created by seniors based on thier experiences.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 9 October 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 10/03/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Gal Gracen Today or Tomorrow Fantasy Gardens
Apollo Ghosts Western Red Cedar Living Memory
Only A Visitor Everything and Nothing Live From Studio 6
Ivory Towers Maenad Gore Competitions Live From Studio 6
Necking Rover Live From Studio 6
Slam Dunk Slam Dunk Dream In Hell
Program: 

SFU GSS Director of External Relations Matt McDonald talks about the Federal Election Debate the GSS and SFSS are hosting Oct 3 at SFU's Burnaby campus (5min00sec-20min30s). Then, Embark treasurer and Youth Climate Ambassador Christine Leclerc reflects on last week's Global Climate Strike, looks forward to tonight's debate, and shares her experience as a Youth Climate Ambassador with the Center for United Nations Constitutional Research (31min00sec - 51min40s).

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 3 October 2019
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 09/27/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
kool & the gang celebration celebration
coyot love myself on the weekend love myself on the weekend
michelle glavan the laundry everyday
sister sledge we are family soul anthology
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time poem time just for you
Program: 

Talk about Culture Days, and the Creative Wellness Challenge with Charlotte, Robin and Desri.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 2 October 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 09/24/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
steve haines & the third floor orchestra harvest moon s/t
jane bunnett & marqueque the occurance (to amelie) on firm ground / tierra firme
jon batiste creative anatomy of angels
Program: 

Tune in for an SFU Dining Services interview on their Taco Cantina, to hear Carl, CJSF work intern, and his first impressions on Canada and a briefing on the Vancouver Climate Strike and Action and SFU's position on it.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 25 September 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 09/20/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
fatou mata diawara youtube
sona jobarteh deng voices youtube
habib koite wassiye youtube
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time, poem time pillars to pillows
Program: 

Gail Howell is Charlotte's guest, and they talk to a woman in Gambia about the Gail H Project.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 25 September 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 09/19/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Dead Soft I Believe You Single Arts & Crafts
Strange Breed Witch Hunt Permanence
Manila Grey Silver Skies Single
MadeinTYO Uber Everywhere Single
Mamarudegyal Soft (But I'm Mean Tho) Live from Studio 6
Illyminiachi Not Normal single
Program: 

Jesse is joined in studio by SFSS president Giovanni Ho-Sang, who shares his experience interning at Microsoft over the summer, the SFSS AGM; Fall Kickoff, and the Federal election debate organized by the SFSS and GSS.

 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 19 September 2019
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 09/17/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

Today's Speak Up! features an episode of Health Matters from 93.1 CFIS-FM, Prince George, BC on "The Family Dinner Project" | Hazards of 5G Technology.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 18 September 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 09/13/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
En Vogue Free Your Mind
kd lang Constant Craving
Curtis Mayfield Check Out Your Mind
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell Love Time Poem Time
Program: 

Philosophers Cafe facilitator Randall MacKinnon speaks to Charlotte about what makes a good political candidate and what some of the important issues are.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 18 September 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 09/10/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
skinny lister the story is... the story is...
the offspring you're gonna go far kid rise & fall, rage & g
the presidents of the USA lump s/t
tunetown infinity past there from here
tunetown the mayor there from here
Program: 

Today, Robin speaks with Susan Russell, Campaign Co-Coordinator at Fostering Change about what it means to "age out" of government care and the policy changes that are being advocated for, based on data from the Opportunities in Transition report.  Take action and attend the rally!   

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 11 September 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 09/06/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

Charlotte is joined on air by another CJSF programmer, Steve Chong, who is helping her out with the technical operations, and they engage in conversation and highlight Recovery Week.   

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 11 September 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 09/03/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Puzzlehead Carpool Big Sniff Stucco
Ivory Towers Aether One Studio 6 Sessions CJSF 90.1FM
Only a Visitor Blue Gold Green and Red Studio 6 Sessions CJSF 90.1FM
Only a Visitor Ghosts Studio 6 Sessions CJSF 90.1FM
Feral Planet Farewell to Earth Combat EP Independent
Una Mey & Mal Camino What You Live For You Die For Mey Camino Independent
Dadweed Oblivion 666 Heavy, Always Kingfisher Bluez
Spencer Radcliffe & Everyone Else Clocktower Hot Spring Run for Cover Records
Program: 

Nathalie Frijia joins Iona and Jesse to chat about her play BikeFace, and the 7,000km solo bike journey that inspired it (interview starts at 20m30s).

 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 3 September 2019
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 08/30/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
rodney decroo bring it on war torn man
rodney decroo like jacob when he felt the angel's touch old tenement man
bobby mcferrin don't worry be happy the best of bobby mcferrin
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time, poem time just for you - jazzy spoken word
Program: 

Rodney DeCroo, singer-songwriter, poet, playwright and creator of Didn't Hurt which opens at the Vancouver Fringe Festival next week, is Charlotte's guest.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 30 August 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 08/27/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

Speak Up! is unhosted today but you will hear an episode of Earth Matters with an interview the Director of the Climate Action Network as well as Fit to Eat: Episode 32 where you will hear Philip Thornley and his philosophy of farming.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 29 August 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 08/20/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
blue moon marque wayward bare knuckles & brawn
vivienne wilder & the vice presidents rosemary & rue waking up the dinosaurs
pneuma wakened by the scent who has seen the wind?
Program: 

This episode includes a short interview with Iona Middleton, our newly arrived intern from Cardiff, Wales, and an episode of Talking Radical Radical featuring Cindy Blackstock on the long fight in Canada for the rights of indigenous children.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 22 August 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 08/09/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
jill scott golden beautifully human (words & sounds vol 2)
1love feat. corey hart truth will set you free youtube
sister sledge we are family we are family
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time, poem time words of comfort & joy
Program: 

PRIDE Thrive - Charlotte recaps Canada's record on LGBTQ+ rights with a little help from board operator, Robin.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 15 August 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 08/06/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
wise child monday idle hands
sonic green hills theme youtube
john denver sunshine on my shoulders the essentials
Program: 

Robin's guests are mother-and-daughter, Janet Walmsley, author of The Autistic Author and Animator, and Jenny Story author of Dysnomia.

You can find and follow Janet and Jenny on social media:  

    
                        
Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 7 August 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 08/02/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Sara Bareilles Brave The Blessed Unrest
David Engel I am What I am La Cage aux Folles
1Love ft. Corey Hart Truth Will Set You Free Single
Bronski Beat Smalltown Boy The Very Best Of Jimmy Somerville, Bronski Beat & The Communards
Janelle Monae PYNK Dirty Computer
Program: 

Showcasing past interviews (Justin Ducharme; Emma Joy Frank; Jay Cardinal Villeneuve).  Celebrating the freedom and diversity represented through the pride parade and activities and speaking up about challenges requires us to be brave.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 7 August 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 07/26/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Manu Dibango Soul Makossa S/T
Elton John and Kiki Dee Dont Go Breaking my Heart Dont Go Breaking my Heart
Sister Act 2 cast Oh Happy Day Sister Act 2 Soundtrack
Dionne Warwick That's What Friends Are For Friends
Charlotte "Sista C" Ferrell Love Time Poem Time Pillows to Pillars
Program: 

Charlotte speaks with Deborah Thorne, an International Speaker and Conflict Resolution Specialist on the topic of “the increasing trend of mean words getting over exposure in the “news” and ways to turn that around.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 15 August 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 07/23/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
blue moon marquee hard times hit parade bare knuckles & brawn
leah hokanson manor park facets
pugs & crows postcards from hospital uncle!
Program: 

Talking Radical Radio: Grassroots History and Achiving in BC through Populous Maps with Linda Cuthburt. 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 24 July 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 07/19/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
sara bareilles brave the blessed unrest
carly rae jepson cut to the feeling cut to the feeling
gloria gaynor i will survive i will survive
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time, poem time words of comfort & joy
Program: 

Charlotte interviews Teka 'tsit'sane Everstz via telephone about PRIDE and the Dudes Club

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 24 July 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 07/16/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

Robin's guest for the hour is Dr. Ronald Spatz, a professor at the University of Alaska Anchorage and the Founding Editor and Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Quarterly Review (AQR); you can also connect here on Facebook. He is on sabbatical at SFU where he is focusing on current trends in CanLit with a special interest in Canadian Indigenous literary work.  

We aired the AQR poem “Shaawatke’é’s Birth” by Emily Wall and X’unei Lance Twitchell where the audio in Tlingit and English speaks to how important language is to sustain a culture and cultural identity.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 16 July 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 07/12/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
crystal waters gypsy woman n/a
keni burke risin' to the top n/a
randy crawford when your life was low now we may begin
brian & thomas owen a change is going to come live recording
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time, poem time pillows to pillars
Program: 

Charlotte is joined by 411 Seniors Centre Executive Director, Leslie Remund, and board member, Stuart Alcock, to talk about what's in store for the centre as it plans to move to a new home on Fraser Street.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 16 July 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 07/09/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
pneuma who can say what lonliness is who has seen the wind
foreign diplomat adopted hometown monami
pneuma ruined house who has seen the wind
the real zebos rock star skinny strictly platonic
Program: 

Some headlines to start the show. You can read more on the update on the allegations of surveillance data that CSIS gave to big oil on environmental groups. 

Also aired, Episode 1 of For the Birds from campus-community station from Nova Scotia, Caper Radio.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 10 July 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 07/05/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

This program is a re-broadcast of the interview Charlotte 'Sista C' did with Phyllis Ellis, the director of Toxic Beauty, on May 31, 2019. . 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 10 July 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 07/02/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
jacques kuba seguin mosaiques migrations
elisa thorn as a river selenotropic
jaelem bhate on the edge on the edge
Program: 

Robin and Ciara share a People's History of July 1st and some notable dates from Canada's history mixed with discussion.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 3 July 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 06/28/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Snotty Nose Rez Kids Indian Car Snotty Nose Rez Kids
JB the First Lady Still Here Meant to Be
Program: 

Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell is away, so she shares some recording and interviews she made at the Indigenous Brilliance speakers' series in this pre-produced episode.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 3 July 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 06/25/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
julia othmer purple & grey sound
jack wilkins four roses the rundle sessions
Program: 

The two pieces of pre-recorded audio played on today's show are:

1.  Earth Matters interview with Christof Spieler, the author of Trains, Buses, People: An Opinionated Atlas on US Transit, produced and originally broadcast from CFMU, and

2. CJSF Making Time for Radio documentary A Step Towards Inclusion.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 26 June 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 06/21/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
manu dibango soul makossa s/t
murray porter heart of the eagle audiam
gord grdina & kenton loewen pink/brown live at the astoria
jb first lady still here meant to be
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time, poem time pillows to pillars
Program: 

Gunargie O'Sullivan is Charlotte's guest. She's the producer of the Red Jam Slam Kanata Day celebration.  What you can do to : sign petition for Save Our Salmon (SOS), support TIny House Warriors, and Red Jam Slam Society to build capacity for suicide prevention/awareness project Instruments for Survival.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 25 June 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 06/18/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
houle, hawkins, eisenstadt art you have options
angelique kidjo sahara celia
ariel posen get you back how long
cathy oakes remnant fish on the other side
Program: 

Robin is joined by Greg on air.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 19 June 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 06/14/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
manu dibango soul makossa s/t
kool and the gang celebrate happy music
luther vandross dance with my father dance with my father
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell thank god for fathers words of comfort & joy
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell don't explain words of comfort & joy
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time, poetry time pillows to pillars
Program: 

Vancouver's City for All Report discussed.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 19 June 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 06/11/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
bernard adamus c'qui nous reste du texas l'erreur
vivienne wilder & the vice presidents juniper waking up the dinosaurs
wise child diminish idle hands
Program: 

Main event: Talking Radical Radio episode on "The long fight against sex discrimination in the Indian Act."

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 12 June 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 06/04/2019
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Program: 

co-hosted by robin and greg talking about equality.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 11 June 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 05/31/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
manu dibango soul makossa s/t
mitski nobody be the cowboy
father john misty date night god's favourite customer
melody's echo chamber breathe in, breathe out bon voyage
one bit & noah cyrus my way single
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time, poetry time pillows to pillars
Program: 

Toxic Beauty documentary film maker, Phyllis Ellis, is guest talking about toxins in cosmetic and personal care products, and the Ban Talc campaign.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 11 June 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 05/30/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Dumb Content Jungle Club Nites
JB the First Lady All My Relations (ft. K!mmortal) Righteous Empowered Daughter
Program: 

Robin interviews Joleen Timko - Longhouse Dialogues, part of Women Deliver Conference 2019 (5:12-21:40); Chris Spangenberg's interview with John Stan, part of his series about Traditional Chinese Medicine (26:11-56:16).

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 30 May 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 05/28/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
sangthong seesai newspaper boy thai pop songs 1960s-1980s
yoshida brothers fukaki umi no kanata s/t
Program: 

Headlines: China's automated censors crank up as Tiananmen Square 30th anniversary nears; South Korea spycam crimes put hidden camera industry under scrutiny; Microsoft and Facebook will do more to help ensure online security of Canadian election  

Audio rebroadcast of Apology to Chinese-Canadian Community

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 29 May 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 05/24/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
wallgrin two mouthed woman s/t
ellevator new survival s/t
teddy pendergrass wake up everybody s/t
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time, poem time pillows to pillars
Program: 

Presentation and conversation surrounding cyber security and, more specifically, privacy policies of Google Play and access to third party apps.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 29 May 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 05/21/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
jaelem bhate on the edge on the edge
elisa thorn time is a disc selenotropic
moondle i forget your name s/t
historica canada vancouver asahi heritage minutes
Program: 

Rebroadcast of the interview The Arts Show host, Jacob Gradowski, did with local author Kunio Yamagishi about his book The Return of a Shadow last year, and a Heritage Minute on Vancouver's Japanese baseball team, The Asahi.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 22 May 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 05/14/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
the chinese string quartet live performance asian music curcuit
the cordillera fusion collective echoes official video
osamu kitajima lake spirit dragon king
black skirts everything team baby
toc mai soi van soi dai thanh mai saigon rock & soul vietnamese classic tracks - 1968-1974
Program: 

Brief overview of Asian immigration to Canada for Asian History Month.  CJSF's new summer student, Ciara, joins Robin for a short chat towards the end.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 16 May 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 05/10/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
sudan archives paid i live plus pres de toi s/t
melvv right side up single
why don't we don't change s/t
dr. maya angelo love liberates spoken word
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell paying tribute to your spirit, mama pillows to pillars
mehtab virk meri maa saga hits
Program: 

Gail Howell, from Gail for Gambia, is Charlotte's guest talking about her philanthropic program to start a reading and resource centre for maternal women and their children in The Gambia.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 16 May 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 05/07/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
apollo suns a song for sterling dawn offering
amon tobin bridge permutations
karin plato sweet summer this could be the one
Program: 

Rebecca Mears, Project Coordinator for Blossom Co-Housing Project is Robin's guest.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 7 May 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 05/03/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
manu dibango soul makossa s/t
ivy, the pulse ready for peace sweet fruition
taboo stand up / stand n rock youtube
miles merrill wordsmith youtube
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell you can't have my son pillows to pillars
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time, poetry time pillows to pillars
Program: 

Charlotte and Robin discuss how writers, spoken word artists and musicians stimulate action about social issues, the May 1 report on the Living Wage in Vancouver, and Charlotte interviews Ignite! Youth Festival organizer, Saskia.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 7 May 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 04/30/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
kent miller quartet sid's delight sunday evenin'
chandelle rimmer & tom van seters tings stillness falls
ethan ardelli thanks for something the island of form
Program: 

Robin talks with Jessica Hood from The Slamming Door Collective about their upcoming production of Edward Bond's play, The Sea.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 1 May 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 04/26/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
manu dibango soul makossa s/t
jb the first lady still here meant to be
taboo stand up / stand n rock #no DAPL
d'bi young anitafrika river spoken word
miles merrill wordsmith spoken word
charlotte 'sista c' ferrell love time, poetry time pillows to pillars
Program: 

Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell talks with AD of Verses Festival of Words, Johnny McRae, cross-cultural expert and workshop leader Teka Everstz and Youeal Abera, poet.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 1 May 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 04/23/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
allison au quartet the valley wander wonder
jason kao kwang burning bridge surge, part 1 blood
blue standard a man ain't supposed to cry a good thing
Program: 

Thomas McKechnie, creator and performer of 4 1/2 (ig)noble truths playing in Vancouver April 25-27 (interview at 10:00-43:04).

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 24 April 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 04/16/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Beautiful Nubia & The Roots Renaissance Awokose Atunluto
Joani Taylor Undecided In a sentimental mood
Al Muirhead Four Brothers Undertones
Program: 

Tune in to hear Robin and Nuf discuss headlines such as the Notre-Dame fire and fires in Bangladesh, Syrian girl's suicide, Princess Cruise lines probation, Alberta election, and Langley teen runs Marathon Des Sables.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 16 April 2019
  • By: RGORELICK
Speak Up! playlist for 04/12/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Manu Dibango Soul Makossa s/t
Amiri Baraka Wailers Poetry in Motion
Leonard Cohen Take This Waltz I'm Your Man
Talib Kweli Get By s/t
charlotte "sista c" ferrell Love time, Poem Time Pillows to Pillars
Program: 

More for Canada's 20th anual National Poetry month! Charlotte 'Sista C'  chats to her guest Jennifer Chapin, champion of free speech and poet, as well as author of The Poet and The Angel.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 16 April 2019
  • By: RGORELICK
Speak Up! playlist for 04/09/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
murray lightburn fan fiction hear me out
lotus fortune favours frames per second
Program: 

TSSU members Antone Minard and Jorji Temple join Robin as guests.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 9 April 2019
  • By: RGORELICK
Speak Up! playlist for 04/05/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
manu dibango soul mikasso s/t
akua naru poetry: how does it feel live performance soulculture.com
charlotte "sista c" ferrell paying tribute to your spirit mama pillows to pillars
sabrina benaim so, i'm talking to depression button poetry youtube
clementine von radics patron saint of manic depressives @wan poetry youtube
charlotte "sista c" ferrell poem time, love time pillows to pillars
Program: 

Its the first Friday of National poetry month! Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell hosts with guest poests Sebrina Benaim and Clementine Von Radics.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 9 April 2019
  • By: RGORELICK
Speak Up! playlist for 04/04/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Friolento Neon Cross Destroy All Bad Luck
Kimmortal Stars (ft. JB the First Lady & Missy D) X Marks the Swirl
Swim Team Cardinal V
Megamall Two-Faced Demos
Program: 

Tune in for David Suzuki's Keynote from a climate activism event last month at UBC (Foster's recording), as well as Jesse's Interview with SFSS VP Student Services, Christina Loutsik.

 

 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 9 April 2019
  • By: RGORELICK
Speak Up! playlist for 04/02/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
ariel posen get you back how long
houle, hawkins, eisenstadt largo you have options
Program: 

Replay of SFU Autistics United segment from the CJSF Student Powered Radio Marathon as April 2 is National Autism Acceptance Day.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 3 April 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 03/29/2019
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Program: 

Last program for nutrition month featuring an interview with Vanessa, the Progam Coodintor from Food Stash

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 3 April 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 03/28/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
MegaMall Two-Faced Demos Independent
Swim Team Mango V Independent
Jock Tears Kits Bro Bad Boys Inky Records
Future Star firecrackers I will fight the devil and I will win Independent
Program: 

Tina chats with Katie Clunn about her petition for mandatory vaccines in BC public schools; SFSS President-elect Giovanni Ho-Sang drops by the studio to talk about his successful campaign; Jesse's conversation with VP External-Elect Jasdeep GIll

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 28 March 2019
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 03/26/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
larry mcdonough quartet alice in wonderland alice in stonhenge & other electroacoustic adventures
waterfront station gassy jack s/t
jeff larochelle enigma lenses extended
lawful citizen internal combustion suite 2 internal combustion
Program: 

Some headlines and SFU events.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 2 April 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 03/14/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Devours Taxidermy the Musical Iconoclast
Club Sofa Birthday Party Single
Douse I Am More Directed The Light In You Has Left
Cenzina No Turning Back Atomosphere
Sightlines Brewery Creek Brewery Creek
minimalviolence InDreams InDreams
Program: 

Candidates Kia MIrsalehi and Giovanni HoSang discuss the SFSS Presidential Campaign

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 27 March 2019
  • By: RGORELICK
Speak Up! playlist for 03/12/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
leah hokanson prelude facets
iskwe soldier live
lida pimienta agua la papessa
Program: 

Robin speaks with Corey Payette, Artistic Director of Urban Ink and book, music, lyrics and director of the powerful Canadian musical Children of God.  Also aired "What Makes Moscow Magnificent," a podcast episode 12 of Dad & Me Love History (not included in the audio posted here). 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 12 March 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 03/08/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
soul makossa Manu Dibango s/t
Alicia Keys Girl on Fire Hits Hiver 2013
Janelle Monae Make Me Feel Dirty Computer
Here We Go Magic Tunnelvision s/t
Mcfadden & Whitehead Ain't No Stopping Us Now R&B Anthems
Program: 

International Women's Day 

Sista C hosts International Women's Day with guests Leslie Remund, Dani (Dande), Cherell Bonds and Dr. Rika Love

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 20 March 2019
  • By: RGORELICK
Speak Up! playlist for 03/07/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Andy Shauf The Magician Live at Massey Hall Vol. 1
Dolphin Midwives Junglespell Liminal Garden
Devours Beyond Love and Beneath You Iconoclast
Kylie V Strathcona Lotus Eater
Insolito Universo Machurucuto La Candela Del Rio
The April Fools Childrenhood Miss Resentment Low Colour
Program: 

Foster's interview with Chief Judy Wilson about the True & Lasting Reconciliation report. Plus music!

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 7 March 2019
  • By: RGORELICK
Speak Up! playlist for 03/05/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Rika Siewart Heal Our Land The Gospel Album
Ecko Aleck Women's Warrior Spoken Word Live
Cherine Amr/Cheen Faker Live
Ptriodactyl Yardbird Suite Primal Navigation
Program: 

Robin chats with Gavia and Jessica of Expanding Music on the Heartbeat 2019 event.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 7 March 2019
  • By: RGORELICK
Speak Up! playlist for 03/01/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Soul Makossa Manu Dibango s/t
Alicia Keys Girl On Fire Girl On Fire
Salome Bey Hit the Nail on the Head s/t
Chaka Khan Like Sugar Hello Happiness
Mcfadden & Whitehead Ain't No Stopping Us Now R&B Anthems
Program: 

 It's National Nutrition Day programming! Charlotte chats with two nutritional specialists, guests Shallah Panjwani and Jini Manjaly. Tune in for some guidelines on how to improve your energy!

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 6 March 2019
  • By: RGORELICK
Speak Up! playlist for 02/28/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Keela Rewind Hallucinogen
Peggy Gou It Makes You Forget (Itgehane) Edit
Avalon Emerson One More Fluorescent Rush Whities 013
Fever Ray Mustn't Hurry Plunge
Marie Davidson Naive to the Bone Adieux Au Dancefloor
Helena Hauff C45p A Tape
Karen Gwyer The Workers Are On Strike Rembo
Octo Octa On Your Lips Where Are We Going?
Minimalviolence MVX MVX/U41A
Program: 

Student Powered Radio Marathon: Sarah Negrin, SFSS Women's Centre

Sarah Negrin, volunteer at the SFSS Women's centre & SVSPO, kicks off the 2nd Annual Student Radio Marathon with some Electronic Femcon tunes, Plus talks about the Women's Centre's ongoing services and upcoming events

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 28 February 2019
  • By: RGORELICK
Speak Up! playlist for 02/26/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
amanda rheaume return to the water the skin i'm in
lee harvey osmand magic mohawk
kristen mcarthur destiny redneck reservation
Program: 

Robin speaks with Hereditary Chief Rande Ola K'alapa about how a new treaty agreement threatens his tribe's traditional territory, how this came to pass (history and developments) and what it means for the future.      

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 27 February 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 02/22/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
soul makossa manu dibango s/t
nina simone black is the colour of my true love's hair live from nyc
portia white think on me voices of black opera
mahalia jackson summertime louis and mahalia sing the good book
Program: 

Charlotte "Sista C" hosts the last of her series highlighting the black diaspora for Black History Month with guest, Lama Mugabo, a local food security activist.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 27 February 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 02/19/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
pugs and crows wind up flying away uncle!
allison au quartet red herring wander wonder
king crimson matte kudasai discipline
Program: 

Robin and Nuf hang out during reading week; a potpourri  show with some music, some community headlines and discussion.  New volunteer, Greg, adds a comment or two.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 27 February 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 02/15/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

We anticipated snow so the content is pre-recorded and rebroadcast.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 27 February 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 02/07/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Only A Visitor Legacy Technicolour Education Independent
Shad Magic A Short Story About A War Secret City Records
Ian Keteku Salman Ashrafi Love & Lumumba Nocturne
Program: 

Excerpt from a talk on Afrofuturism by Nicole Mitchell (13m00s -  35m52s), and a conversation with Teresa Dettling of SFPIRG about the upcoming Town Hall for Student Space - 5-7pm, Wed., Feb. 13 at the Halpern Centre 126, SFU Burnaby, Burnaby, BC, Canada (36m25s - 50m30s)

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 7 February 2019
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 02/05/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
ella mai boo'd up s/t
khari wendall mccleland song of the fugitive s/t
janice c never been before it's your body
Program: 

It's Black History Month, so Nuf and Robin have a brief discussion on the difference between black and brown skin, touching on the history of this concept.  In the last half of the program Robin talks about Selina Thompson's art installation Race Cards which was up at the Roundhouse Community Centre as part of the PuSh Festival.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 6 February 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 02/01/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
mcfadden & whitehead ain't no stopping us now s/t
manu debango soul makossa single
Program: 

Kicking off Black History Month on CJSF, Charlotte 'Sista C' Ferrell explores the history of Black History Month, its relevance and legacy with guests Ali, and SFU Professor Dr. Henry Daniel.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 7 February 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 01/29/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
mike field the hotel by the mansion true stories
the cluttertones bears leeways
alicia hansen i don't believe it before you
Program: 

Robin and Nuf co-host.  In the first half of program, episode #3 from Dad & Me Love History airs, and in the last half hour some event listings from SFU, news item and a headline or two.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 30 January 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 01/22/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
road waves northern skies red sun rising
flora scott rhetoric eucalyptus
Program: 

Robin speaks with Joan Frame on the telephone from Hamilton, Ontario, a 60s Scoop survivor who has been actively engaged in the legal settlement case.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 23 January 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 01/21/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
V. Vecker Ensemble Augmented Gold Hand of Bone Vancouver Free Jass + Drone Society
Stevie Wonder Happy Birthday Hotter Than July Tamla
Missy D Keep It Steady Single Independent
Future Star The Ratio of Sadness to Joy is Elastic I Will Fight The Devil and I Will Win Independent
Dad Thighs Mount Pleasant Dream Karate Kids / Dad Thighs Split Ophelia Tapes
Blessed Thought Salt Independent
Program: 

Charlotte Ferrell's MLK Jr Day Spoken word; Jesse's conversation with Giovanni Ho-Sang (SFU SOCA) and Teresa Dettling (SFU SOCA, SFPIRG) about their organizations' struggle for space on campus

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 21 January 2019
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 01/15/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
alicia hansen meristem before you
jason kao hwang burning bridge breath within the bomb blood
jason kao hwang burning bridge evolution blood
Program: 

Robin's guest for the hour is Craig Pavelich, Director of Communications for SFPIRG, to talk about the ongoing campaign to secure space for independent student societies on SFU's Burnaby campus.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 16 January 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 01/08/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
buffy st marie my country 'tis of thy people you're dying medicine songs
buffy st marie universal soldier medicine songs
tagore covers ensemble medley: tribute to tagore tribute to tagore
the black skirts everything team baby
Program: 

Robin, Nuf and Chloe co-host.  Program begins with information about the Unist'ot'en Camp blockade and protest that is ongoing.  Discussion follows on whether protest is possible and what it looks like in Bangladesh and Korea.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 10 January 2019
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 01/03/2019
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

Home & Away is a podcast that dives deep into the teams, fans, hats, uniforms, snacks & stories of some of the most fascinating organizations from around the minor and independent leagues.

Jessica continues her east coast swing of the minor leagues as she travels to Portland, Maine to take in a Portland Sea Dogs game with actor/model Francesca Anderson. Along with lobster rolls and ice cream sandwiches, we also get insights on the minor league experience from Red Sox pitching prospect, Kyle Hart!

Additional voices include:

︎Chris Cameron, Vice President/Communications & Fan Experience, Portland Sea Dogs
︎Mike Antonellis, Director of Broadcasting & Media Relations, Portland Sea Dogs

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 3 January 2019
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 12/20/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Phantastic Ferniture Gap Year Phantastic Ferniture Transgressive Records (PolyVinyl)
MV Lark When You Were Loved MV Lark Independent
Arkells Relentless Rally Cry Last Gang Records
Program: 

Jesse and Naoko present episode three of host Jessica and CJSF all-star producer Jamie's podcast Home & Away, featuring Rian Ditka of Arkells

For more information and the rest of the episodes, head to https://homeandawaypod.com/

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 20 December 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 12/18/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
malory chipman awakenings rags & feathers: a tribute to leonard cohen
ethan ardelli agua the island of form
Program: 

Robin hosts.  Audio from Talking Radical Radio episode Voices/Voix featuring Tim McSorley on democracy and dissent.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 20 December 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 12/13/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Abu Ft. Yousra 3 Daqat
Rahgeb Alama ft. Seyi Shay & Costi Yalla Habibi
Zap Tharwat ft. Amina Khalil Nour
Hussein Al Jassmi Boshet Kheir
FArid Al-Atrash Alby We Moftaho
Fly with Haifa Stereotype World: The middle East Speaks Up!
Mohamed Mounir Fi Ishk El Banat
Program: 

Departing international student Yasmine Mashhour shares some of her favourite music from Egypt, and talks about her time in Vancouver

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 16 April 2019
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 12/11/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
nuela charles distant danger forecast
the tiki collective the wanderer muse
Program: 

Nuf & Robin co-host and talk about how to reduce stress during exams and the holidays.  Episode #2 of Dad & Me Love History: Was the Great Wall of Chine Built an awesome leader or a crazy dude?

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 20 December 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 11/29/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

Executive Director of Peak House, James Kelly, joins Jesse to talk about the organization's ongoing work helping youth seeking freedom from problematic substance use, as well as their new fundraising goal.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 5 December 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 11/27/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
wild child meadows fools
barbara lica let you go you are fine
Program: 

Robin co-hosts with Nuf, a new volunteer hoping to have her own spoken word show one day.  We talk about the recently released study on women's participation in politics, and the Daughters of the Vote 2019 multi-partisan political leadership program.  Filling out the hour, we ran through 16 ways to participate in the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence.   

 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 27 November 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 11/20/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
laura jane grace born in black bot to rot
aye nako tourmaline silver haze
quay dash shades on top down transphobic
Program: 

Robin hosts and talks with Vi Macri about Transgender Day of Remembrance, its history, importance and commemorative events happening tonight in Vancouver and Surrey. 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 21 November 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 11/13/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
brain baggett wrens bookmarks
amy cervini god will no one ever tells you
lenses extended electrons deify one razorblade s/t
old time honey sick love songs for sick people
Program: 

Robin hosts, and speaks with Haley Roeser over the telephone about her SFU City Conversations: A More Liveable RainCity talk this Thursday over the noon hour at Harbour Centre campus.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 14 November 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 11/09/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Tia Brazda Right On Time Day Dream New Can Fem
Scott Marshall and the Jazztice League Dream Logic Dream Logic Project New Can
Program: 

The Remembrance Day Special. After community headlines, Mica, Deby and Rachel explore the history of November 11th as well as the true meaning of the poppies. Lastly, Mica and Rachel read letters of a great great grandparent from the First World War.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 10 November 2018
  • By: mjensen
Speak Up! playlist for 11/08/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Vonarivo M'Bola, Soa Vinelo Soando Jejolave To Catch A Ghost Sublime Frequencies
Cat Power Robbin Hood Wanderer Domino
Shad The Fool Pt 1 (Get It Got It Good) A Short Story About A War Secret CIty Records
J.Harris ft Swaylow Gorgeous Never Stop Grinding Independent
Stars How Much More The Five Ghosts Soft Revolution
Spouse Rhizobia Single Independent
Total Ed The Double In the Field Independent
Program: 

Jesse speaks with Theatre Replacement's Maiko Yamamoto about her new play MINE (21m30s). Jesse plays part of his haul from a commercial radio station's housecleaning (15m0s), new music from the playlist, and highlights night 5 of CITR's Shindig(42m55s)

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 8 November 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 11/06/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
quintessential jazz band trouble cleffed expessivo
myriad 3 meme art vera
rufus john infinite gone but not forgotten
john coltrane nature boy both directions at once: the lost album
Program: 

Robin hosts.  She shares a few headlines and plays the first episode of Dad & Me Love History, a podcast we'll hear on the first Tuesday of the month. 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 7 November 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 10/30/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
toronto jazz orchestra reflection 20
busty & the bass things change live from london
jennifer lee crammin' crepes with cathi at the cock-a-doodle cafe my shining hour
patrick zimmerli quartet boogaloo of the polyrhythmic palindrome clockworks
Program: 

Robin hosts with segment features on the SFU student rally against a tuition hike, the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue's initiative Strengthening Canadian Democracy and the recently announced Governor General's Literary Awards.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 2 November 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 10/23/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
the oscar petterson trio the girl from impanema we get requests
jeff golub boom boom soul sessions
massimo farao summer samba the great piano lounge collection
marie goudy 12tet autumn's embrace the bitter suite
Program: 

Robin hosts with guests Yena Choi, Korean language work study student, and Nathalie Lopez from Vision Ouest about the Chantal Hubert speaking event at SFU Woodward's October 23, 2018.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 24 October 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 10/16/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
el eco two worlds two worlds
the university of toronto 12tet (ocean) bloom when day slips into night
Program: 

Robin hosts with Spencer, a Surrey-based high-school student at CJSF for 2 weeks as part of a work-experience program.  We chat about climate change.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 17 October 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 10/09/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
george mcmullen trio waiting boomerang
amos hoffman & noam lemish eshal elohay pardes
lovecoast why can't we be friends? the trip
Program: 

It's Fundrive and so this is Robin's Speak Up! Fundrive show.  Pledge online to support campus community radio/ CJSF 90.1 FM!  Thanks!

Noelle & Jackie - H & M Controversial Ad Clip

Kat Wahamaa - Moms Stop the Harm Clip 

Eiledh and Joan Sangster Clip

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 10 October 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 10/02/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
gordana grdina's the marrow full circle ejdeha
sheldon zandboar snakes & liars tipping velvet
Program: 

Robin hosts. Show featuring some information of candidates running for office in the upcoming election and a pre-recorded interview with Paul Finch from the BCGEU on electoral reform. 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 7 October 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 09/27/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

The premiere of a new podcast from CJSF producer Jamie Cessford and Host Jessica Sands.
Home & Away is a podcast that dives deep into the teams, fans, hats, uniforms, snacks & stories of some of the most fascinating organizations from around the minor and independent leagues.

In this first episode, show host Jessica Sands & producer Jamie Cessford head to Nat Bailey Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada with Hey Ocean! singer and voice actor Ashleigh Ball to revist their nostalgia for the Vancouver Canadians of the Northwest League

 

https://homeandawaypod.com/

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 27 September 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 09/25/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
bob arthurs & steve lamattina moon in the sky jazz it up: ukrainian songs for 3 dads
marie goudy 12tet autumn's embrace the bitter suite
adrean farrugia & joel frahm gospell blued dharma
Program: 

Robin hosts.  There is music, a couple headlines, and a run-down of the 2018 Vancouver Mayoral candidates (thanks to the Vancouver Sun for the list and the bios!). 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 27 September 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 09/21/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Miss Information Sand Storm Sequence
Murder By Death Bloom The Other Shore
Escape-ism You Darken My Night The Lost Record
Maribou State Kingdom Kingdoms in Colour
The Holydrug Couple Western Shade Hyper Super Mega
Rejoicer Alien Sphere Energy Dreams
Devon Welsh Vampires Dream Songs
illuminati hotties Shape of My Hands Kiss Yr Frenemies
Jonathan Something Fine Outlandish Poetica
Program: 

Jerry Earle talks about his Interview Warrior program (00:41-19:24); Raphael Ochil from International Youth Fellowship promotes their upcoming Christmas Coral concert (36:28-46:05)

 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-gracias-christmas-cantata-vancouver-bc...

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 21 September 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 09/14/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

On today’s show, Community headlines then some today in history! For this week’s main segment we’ll be talking with Miss BC, Christine Jamieson.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 20 September 2018
  • By: mjensen
Speak Up! playlist for 09/13/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Mitski Nobody Be the Cowboy Dead Oceans
Peach Kelli Pop Parasomniac Gentle Leader Mint Records
Program: 

Jesse Shows up late, plays a couple tunes, and then jumps into a BBC compilation of interviews with British authors. Features excerpts of conversations with J.R.R. Tolkien; Doris Lessing; Aldous Huxley.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 14 September 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 09/04/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
diana braithwaite & chris whiteley what a difference a day makes i was telling him about you
maz le fleau id
maz id circulaire id
Program: 

Audio featured is Tune Up with Deb, a half-hour program to help you get or keep your financial house in order produced at CFIS-FM, not-for-profit community radio in Prince George.  Today's episode focuses on the Primce George real estate market but can be applied more broadly.   

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 5 September 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 08/30/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Whitney K 635 East Hastings WHEN THE PARTY'S OVER
Program: 

2 of Jesse's Docs from BCIT, focusing on Crows and Archaeosastronomy

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 30 August 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 08/28/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
cluttertones septiembre leeway
sandro dominelli spiralling inzio / concetto here and now
Program: 

Audio featured is a reading of Arthur Manual's book Unsettling Canada part 1.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 30 August 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 08/21/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
eric chenaux bird & moon slowly paradise
Program: 

Audio heard on today's program: Making Time for Radio Documentary Unexpected Journeys and WWest Podcast #4 featuring Christiana Cheng.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 22 August 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 08/07/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
the shiverettes obsessed cosmic frequencies
eye bender the magic tomorrow
look vibrant cauliflower the up here place
Program: 

Audio on today's program was from Tune Up with Deb: Bookkeeping.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 22 August 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 07/30/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Lex Allen Mama's Boy
Shamir 90's Kids Revelations
DJ O Show Old Skool Hip Hop Mix
Program: 

Leslie chats with DJ O Show, AKA Orene Askew about the Squamish Nation's involvement with Pride at Vancouver Pride 2018. Leslie also talks briefly about the boycott of Aloha Poke in Chicago in response to its owner suing various Hawaiian family businesses for using the word "Aloha" in their establishments.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 30 July 2018
  • By: summerassist
Speak Up! playlist for 07/24/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
adrian younge make a melody voices of gemma
ault sisters on the sunny side of life sisters in song
lenny marcus trio contemplation gloria's step
toronto jazz orchestra 4 PN mvt. lll: birdsong 20
Program: 

Robin hosts, and is joined in studio for an interview with Priscilla Omulo to talk about the Port Coquitlam Housing Forum happening tomorrow - Wednesday, July 25 in the Michael Wright Art Gallery, Leigh Square Community Arts Village (next to PoCo city hall). To reserve a seat, visit priscillaomulo.com.  

Today's program includes information about the 5 candidates runing for election to become the next Assembly of First Nations national chief, and a recap of the eviction notice given to  Kinder Morgan protestors/Indigenous water protectors at Camp Cloud by City of Burnaby.  

 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 24 July 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 07/20/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Maz Projet 4 ID New Can Fem
Qristina Brooke Nap All Day linger New Can Fem
Jane Archer and the Reactionaries Great Atomic Power Great Atomic Power New Can Fem
Program: 

Mica, Andy and Deby explore some community headlines, today in history and the greyhound situation in BC.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 20 July 2018
  • By: mjensen
Speak Up! playlist for 07/17/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
al di meola frozen in time opus
al di meola escapado opus
versa saffire s/t
versa waited long enough s/t
Program: 

Host Robin interviews Vancouver-based filmmaker, Joella Cabalu, whose recent work includes It Runs in the Family (2015) and Do I Have Boobs Now? (2017) which revolve around LGBTQ* identity and activism.   

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 18 July 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 07/09/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Pearl The Club Goes Pop ft. Xander Rushie Pleasure
Kimmortal I'm Blue
Cris Derksen New Women Song ft. Jennifer Kreisberg Cris Derksen: Orchestral Powwow
Program: 

We speak to Gary Kinsman about the Canadian state’s relationship to the LGBTQ2+ community in Canada. In particular, we discuss the historical state-issued violence doing towards the queer and trans communities. Nearing the end of our discussion, Gary gives a few resources for those who want to learn more about the LGBTQ2+ history in Canada and for those who are seeking reparation:  For those LGBTQ2+ people in the Canadian Armed Forces who are seeking apology and reparation for being purged.  To learn more about the regulation of sexuality by the Canadian state, check out Gary and Patrizia Gentile's book, The Canadian War on Queers: National Security as Sexual Regulation. For more of Gary, check out his website, Radical Noise. To contact Gary, email him at gkinsman(at)laurentian(dot)ca. To find LGBTQ2+ resources in BC, check out What's On Queer BC.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 9 July 2018
  • By: summerassist
Speak Up! playlist for 07/02/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Cris Derksen Tuesday is Your Monday Cris Derksen: Orchestral Powwow
Cross Record High Rise Wabi Sabi
Trixie Mattel Solider One Stone
Joseph Arthur Canyon I'm Alone, No You're Not
Program: 

This Monday, Leslie fills in and speaks to John Werring, Senior Science and Policy Advisor of the David Suzuki Foundation, about the decision on fish farming that the British Columbian government made, June 20th. Towards the end of their discussion, John suggests that people can work towards making ethical fish farming a reality by contacting their MLA. You can find yours here.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 2 July 2018
  • By: summerassist
Speak Up! playlist for 06/25/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
nabihah iqbal zone 1 to 6000 weighing of the heart
Program: 

Unhosted episode includes syndicated content on electoral reform from Tune Up with Deb and Exposing and challenging migrant detention in Canada from Talking Radical Radio.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 27 June 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 06/19/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

 

Audio piece recorded at the Denman Island Writer's Festival featuring author, Richard Wagamese.  Part of CJSF's National Indigenous People's week programming.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 20 June 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 06/12/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
(swedish) death polka red red operation judith judith
amy cervini please be kind no one ever tells you
sheldon zandboar fran tipping velvet
Program: 

Robin hosts.  Audio includes Childhood Memories streeters from Izy, and Talking Radical Radio's Canada's Boat to Gaza episode. 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 15 June 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 06/04/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
lovecoast standing tall the trip
manitoba hal blessed by love blues is in the water
paige warner string of three revealed
lovecoast august the trip
Program: 

Host, Robin, talks to Kat Wahamaa from Moms Stop the Harm (MSTH) about their work and the upcoming rally to decriminalize and end stigma of substance use.  Kat also shares information about her community quilt project, Building Positive Resistance.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 6 June 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 05/29/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
michael rault out of the light it's a new day tonight
echo nebraska metamorphosis hold up to the fire
ariane mahryke lemire je deviens le loup je deviens le loup
Program: 

Hosted by Robin.  Content includes documentaries from CJSF's Making Time for Radio Project: Identity - Mixed Race and A Step Towards Inclusion (Landmines and Amputees in Cambodia).

 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 30 May 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 05/10/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Childish Gambino This is America Single RCA
Cozy Useful Bitch Tapes Spring 2018 Mixtape Bitch Media
Missy Donaldson It's Us Bitch Tapes Spring 2018 Mixtape Bitch Media
Adrian Teacher & the Subs Cruis'n USA Anxious Love Independent
Program: 

The First episode of Embark's Sustainability Circle, plus another Rural Women Radio Story, and Music!

Episode Footnotes:
Sustainability Circle dives into the topic of glacier melt in British Columbia for its very first episode. To discuss this topic further, co-hosts Teghan and Navreet invite young filmmakers onto the show to discuss their soon-to-be-released documentary - Melt. These young men are from the local town of Port Moody and have been travelling around the province to research this topic. Join us as we talk to them about glaciers, sustainability communications, and climate change.

Follow Pierce, Ethan and Kyler
Melt Movie Website: http://www.meltmovie.com
Melt Movie on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/meltmovie/
Melt Movie on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meltmovie/

Episode Resources
Chasing Ice Documentary: https://chasingice.com
Glacier Change Website: http://glacierchange.org
Climate Projections for Metro Vancouver:  https://goo.gl/Yb3DCu
Projected deglaciation of western Canada in the twenty-first century: https://goo.gl/5EgzyA
Research on glacier loss in B.C, Alberta: https://goo.gl/4R9w5W
Change in Size of B.C. Glaciers (1985-2005): https://goo.gl/ZXyzdL
IPCC Factsheet: What is the IPCC?: https://goo.gl/AosGT9
MELT: The BC Glacier Story: https://goo.gl/8zHyCa

Acknowledgments:
Thank you to Ethan, Pierce and Kyler for their contribution to this podcast.
Recognition to Ryan Anderson for the music for our jingle from his song, “Happiness Is.”
This podcast is a collaboration between CJSF and Embark Sustainability.

Keep up to date with this podcast and all things Embark by following us on all social media platforms at @EmbarkSustain.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 10 May 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 05/08/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
robi botos diamond old soul
robi botos hope old soul
Program: 

Robin hosts.  Content includes Making TIme for Radio Documentary The Crimes of Jiang Zemin-Long produced by Hershy He and Kerry Foster.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 9 May 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 04/27/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Myles Goodwyn I hate to see you go And friends of the blues New, Can
Yess Woah Honey Believe New, Can, Fem
Program: 

Mica, Emily and Andy discuss community headlines, Today in History and the cultural differences between here and Great Britain.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 27 April 2018
  • By: mjensen
Speak Up! playlist for 04/26/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

The Simon Fraser Public Interest Research Group (SFPIRG) is a student-funded and student-directed resource centre dedicated to social and environmental justice. 

The Simon Fraser Public Interest Research Group (SFPIRG) currently resides in TC 326, a lounge and office space in the Rotunda at SFU Burnaby. This space is leased to SFPIRG by the Simon Fraser Student Society (SFSS), through a Sublease. The space the SFSS occupies in the Rotunda is leased to them by SFU, through a Head Lease. The Head Lease for all of the SFSS’s space in the Rotunda has no set expiry date, extending automatically until the new Student Union Building (SUB) opens and the SFSS moves into its new offices. The Sublease for SFPIRG’s space in the Rotunda expires on June 30, 2018, with the very real possibility that it will not be extended unless SFPIRG receives a guarantee of space elsewhere on campus.

SFPIRG's Teresa Dettling spoke with Jesse last week.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 26 April 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 04/25/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

Public affairs work study student Noelle Chan chats with panelists Derek Mackenzie, Rachel Lakey, Daniel Austin and Karina Inkster at the 'Vegans Are Weak AF' panel hosted by The Vegan Project, at UBC Robson Square. In the interview, they discuss their personal journey with strength training, lifting, and veganism.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 22 April 2018
  • By: noellechan
Speak Up! playlist for 04/12/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Pale Red River Side Heavy Petting Independent
Ought Disaffectation Room inside the World Merge Records
Insecure Men Subaru Nights Insecure Men Fat Possum Records
Superorganism Reflections on the Screen Superorganism Domino
Superchunk Erasure What a Time to Be Alive Rough Trade
White Poppy Pink Haze The Pink Haze of Love Independent
Program: 

Lisa Wolfin and Taysha Teal join Jesse to talk about Art! Vancouver at the Vancouver Convention Centre

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 18 April 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 04/10/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
james blonde heartbreak s/t
ensign broderick summer snow feast of panthers
macdemarco a heart like hers another way
ensign broderick sound on sound feast of panthers
Program: 

Co-hosted by Robin Eriksson and Eilidh Hatch.

Interview with author Joan Sangster about her new book One Hundred Years of Struggle: The History of Women and the Vote in Canada at 35:30.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 11 April 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 04/05/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
The Submissives Don't Worry Pining for a Boy Egg Paper
Amen Dunes Miki Doro Freedom Sacred Bones
Tough Customer Secretly the Mayor Rockgasm Agony Klub
Holy Hum White Buzz All of my Bodies Heavy Lark
Program: 
In this episode of Speak Up, Chris Yee goes to the Urban Worker Project's Skillshare at SFU Public Square's Brave New Work community summit and talks to Andrew Cash (Urban Worker Project) and Ashley Proctor (312 Main et al.) about the event and their perspectives on independent work, one of the fastest-growing segments of the workforce in Canada. (Starts at ~25 Minutes)
 
The Urban Worker Project Skillshare took place at SFU Harbour Centre and the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue on Mar. 1, 2018, as part of the Brave New Work summit, which took place from Feb. 26 to Mar. 7, 2018. To learn more about the Skillshare, visit urbanworkerskillshare.com.
 
Plus, another episode of AMARC's Rural women: Radio stories, featuring the story of Canada's Nicole Edwards (Starts at ~6 Minutes)
Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 5 April 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 04/02/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
buffy sainte marie power in the blood medicine songs
buffy sainte marie my country 'tis of thy people you're dying medicine songs
buffy sainte marie starwalker medicine songs
buffy sainte marie little wheel spin and spin medicine songs
Program: 

Interview with Chief Ernst Alfred, from Swanson Occupation, and ongoing protest against the upcoming renewal of fish farm licenses along BC's coastline.  Interview starts at 23:30.  For more information, follow their efforts on Facebook.

Episode from Rural Women Radio Stories produced by AMARK featuring the voice of Myrlande Zamor from Haiti at 53:20. 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 4 April 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 03/30/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Upsidedowntown My Fun Thing car...too New, Can
Bullet Proof Nothing Simply Saucer Live Sessions from CJSW 90.9 New, Can
Destroyer Sky's Grey Ken New, Can
Program: 

Today on the show! Mica and Emily explore community headlines, today in history and the history of hamburgers with special guests Finn and Sven Jensen.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 30 March 2018
  • By: mjensen
Speak Up! playlist for 03/23/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
The Pack Woke Up Weird dollhouse New, Can, Fem
The Pack Thomas Hardy dollhouse New, Can Fem
Dr. Julia Lane Late Night Against Procrastination SFU Student Learning Commons Interview
Gisto OMW OMW New, Can
Carol Welsman Skylark For You New, Fem
Program: 

Today on the show: Your weekly community headlines! An interview with Dr. Julia Lane of the SFU Student Learning Commons, who spoke about the results of the SLC writing contest, and the upcoming Late Night Against Procrastination Event! Lastly, an extended edition of This Week In History.  A note on the Late Night Against Procratination: Here is the link to register: https://www.lib.sfu.ca/node/33242/sfu_registerRegistration deadline is March 25th, so coming up fast!!Students can apply to be Peers through myInvolvement. Take advantage of these wonderful opportunities! 

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 23 March 2018
  • By: mjensen
Speak Up! playlist for 03/12/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

Noelle attends the 6th National Fair Trade Conference, hosted by the CFTN and chats with a couple people about the fair trade movement. The conference was held from March 2-4, at SFU Harbour Centre.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 9 March 2018
  • By: noellechan
Speak Up! playlist for 03/01/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Marty Grimes ft. Bjrnck A Bit of Everything Cold Pizza Independent
Program: 

1on1 is a series of interviews collected by Arshan Jawaid, which includes all types of influencers, whether it's athletes, music artists, or anyone with a story, because everyone really does have a story.

This episode features Berkeley, California rapper Marty Grimes

See the episode and the rest of 1on1 at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJs1h6_7In0

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 1 March 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 02/23/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

Noelle and Jackie chat about Black History month in Canada, representation in the media, and society's inclusiveness of the black community.

IMAGE: MetroKids

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 9 March 2018
  • By: noellechan
Speak Up! playlist for 02/22/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

CJSF's contribution to the 2018 Homelessness Marathon, hosted by Local FM in Saint John, New Brunswick and broadcast across the country by NCRA member stations.

Featuring music by & interviews with homeless and formerly homeless community members, a documentary about Main & Hastings, and a feature on Youth Homelessness organization A Way Home Kamloops

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 22 February 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 02/16/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Naomi Kavka slammed doors and severance New, CanCon, FemCon
Madeline Kenny Don't Forget // There's Room Night Night At The First Landing New, Can, Inst
Andrew Tarves Coffee at Eight EP New, Can
Program: 

Mica Jensen is joined in the booth with Shana and Bill, to talk community headlines, today in history and an interview with local musician Andrew Tarves!

  • Posted on: 9 March 2018
  • By: mjensen
Speak Up! playlist for 02/16/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Naomi Kavka No Way slammed doors and severance New, CanCon, FemCon
Madeline Kenny Don't Forget // There's Room Night Night At The First Landing New, CanCon, Inst
Andrew Tarves Coffee at Eight EP New, Can
Program: 

Mica Jensen is joined in the booth by Shana and Bill as they explore community headlines, today in history and an interview with local musician Andrew Tarves!

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 9 March 2018
  • By: mjensen
Speak Up! playlist for 02/15/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Puzzlehead Rock $lut ساده (artless) Agony Klub
Destroyer Sky's Grey ken Merge Records
Moses Sumney Quarrel Aronmanticism Jagjaguwar
Program: 

Community Headlines; interview with Giovanni of SFU SOCA & King Solomon of the SFU ASA; interview with Ron Nicholson of the BC Black History Awareness Society.

Plus music from CJSF's own Puzzlehead, local legends Destroyer, and Song Exploder pick Moses Sumney.

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 16 February 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 02/07/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
rika siewert heal the land Single-Soundcloud
triodactyl / gaviapacifica my favourite things Single-Soundcloud
ruel morales fireflies Single-Soundcloud
Program: 

Interview with Gavia Lertzman-Lepofsky and Jessica Heaven, the coordinators of Heartbeat 2018, a concert celebrating cultural diversity and community in Vancouver.  

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 8 February 2018
  • By: cjsfprog
Speak Up! playlist for 01/30/2018
Artist Title Album Label Link
Program: 

Noelle and Jackie are two SFU students who love having deep discussions on various topics - racism, feminism, veganism..pretty much anything. 

In their first episode together, they discussed their thoughts on H&M's latest controversial advertisement, and the fast fashion industry.

image: afropunk

Program Audio: 
  • Posted on: 9 March 2018
  • By: noellechan
Speak Up! playlist for 01/29/2018
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Eva Sajoo is the lead researcher for Being Canadian: The Future of a Hyphenated Nation, a collaboration between the City of Vancouver and the Italian Cultural Centre that focuses on intercultural and civic engagement, connecting with our cultural diversity in an inclusive and proactive manner, and an interactive program of conversation designed to create practical opportunities across cultural parameters that connect and explore the context to the evolving nature of Canadian Identity. The project theme will draw upon Vancouver’s rich diversity to create intergenerational cross cultural engagements that highlight the evolving nature of multiculturalism and promotes historical understanding, reconciliation and social justice between and within groups.

 

Jesse and Eva have a conversation about Diversity, Canadian Identity, and the next step of Eva's research, which involves a survey listeners can complete at https://italianculturalcentre.ca/canadian-identity-survey/

 

More info on Being Canadian: The Future of a Hyphenated Nation:

https://italianculturalcentre.ca/being-canadian/

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  • Posted on: 26 January 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 01/19/2018
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Shiraz Ramji joins Jesse to talk about the Grandparents Film Festival, a monthly series of events celebrating the stories of grandparents and promoting intergenerational learning, kicking off Sunday, January 21st at the Edmonds Community Centre

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  • Posted on: 19 January 2018
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 12/21/2017
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Lido Pimienta Interview The Rebel Beat Podcast
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An interview with Lido Pimienta by Aaron Maiden, originally aired in an episode of The Rebel Beat podcast.

Lido Pimienta is a queer Indigenous afro-Colombian musician who lives in Toronto, and won the Polaris Prize for best Canadian album this year. She sounds off on intersectional feminism, motherhood, and her advice for women in the music industry.

Thanks to Aaron Lakoff and The Rebel Beat - you can find episode 80, where this conversation originally aired, and 79 other episodes of the podcast highlighting radical political music across different genres, and across different continents, at www.therebelbeat.com

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  • Posted on: 21 December 2017
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 11/30/2017
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Dr. Julia Lane Writing Contest Student Learning Commons Simon Fraser University
Bernard Richard Representative for Children & Youth British Columbia
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In the first half of the episode, Dr. Julia Lane of the SFU Student Learning Commons joins Jesse to talk about resources and programs available to SFU students, and to highlight the SLC's writing contest.

http://www.lib.sfu.ca/about/branches-depts/slc/writing/contest/writing-c...

 

Part 2 features the first half of an interview with Bernard Richard, British Columbia's Representative for Children & Youth

 

 

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  • Posted on: 30 November 2017
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 11/20/2017
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CJSF 90.1FM British Columbia: Youth & Indigenous Homelessness Radio: Change the World
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CJSF collaborated with NCRA members across the country to produce a National Day of Broadcast called Radio: Change the World. In a year where residential schooling, youth suicide and the spectre of child poverty have dominated national news, this broadcast is an effort to let young people speak directly and tell their own stories and opinions.

This episode was produced by Volunteers at CJSF 90.1FM, and highlights the issues of youth & indigenous youth homelessness across British Columbia, as well as the efforts of groups like Kamloops' A Way Home and the Office of BC's Representative for Children & Youth to improve the lives of children in care as they near "aging-out" of care at 19.

Featuring interviews with Bernard Richard (BC's Representative for Children & Youth), Brianna Dick (Indigenous Youth Leadership Program, BC-RCY), Katherine McParland & youth Daniel and Kira(A Way Home/United Way), and Ruby Barclay (Vancouver Island University)

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  • Posted on: 22 November 2017
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 11/06/2017
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Devon interviews American Actress Lindsay McKeon

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  • Posted on: 1 December 2017
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 11/03/2017
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Holy Hum All of My Bodies All of My Bodies
Justin Bigah Poems Live at Indigenous Day
Jae Poems Live at Indigenous Day
White Poppy These Walls The Pnk Haze of Love
Katharine Berry Judson Old Grizzly and Old Antelope
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Recordings from SFU's Indigenous day, featuring performances by Justin Bigah and Jae, and readings of Katharine Berry Judson's "Old Grizzly and old Antelope"

  • Posted on: 3 November 2017
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 10/06/2017
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Kim Rhodes Supernatural's Jody Mills Interview with Devon CJSF 90.1FM
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Devon chats with Supernatural star Kim Rhodes about potential new spin-off Wayward Sisters, strong female television characters, autism and fighting the concept of 'normal.'

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  • Posted on: 5 October 2017
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 09/28/2017
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Lief Hall Althea Thauberger's Ecce Homo Unpacking Art SFU Gallery
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What does it mean to have a public art collection? What purpose does it serve? A public art collection brings together objects that pertain to varied histories, cultures and time periods into one space. The SFU Art Collection has over 5,500 artworks with approximately 1,000 works on public display around SFU's campuses, while the remainder are housed within the art storage vault. The collection is largely regional and Canadian from the 20th  century with works ranging from Emily Carr and Bill Reid to Carl Beam and Greg Curnoe. The practice of collecting art in this context is a public endeavour, one that has the ability to provide a framework for diverse discussions to emerge.

Unpacking Art: Lunchtime Talks on Works in the SFU Art Collection is returning this fall with members of the SFU community leading lunch sessions to "unpack" the context and the questions raised by works of art in the collection. 

Each artwork brought forward during these talks will be expanded on given the speakers own background, developing conversations that are contingent on their research and curiosities.

Lief Hall is a composer, singer-songwriter, director/choreographer and creator of opera, musical theatre, video and installation. Her interdisciplinary installation and performance works explore themes of nature, technology and the body as they relate to mythology, feminism and the production of cultural ideology.

Hall was previously the vocalist for Vancouver no wave punk band ‘Mutators’ (2007), vocalist for the improvisational trio ‘Glaciers‘ (2009), and one half of Canadian ‘femme noir’ pop duo MYTHS (2012). Lief Hall’s solo musical works include improvised and extended voice and experimental electronic ‘pop’ which integrates performance, video, photography and costume making.

This series encourages participation from audiences that are new to visual art and to the SFU Art Collection.

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  • Posted on: 27 September 2017
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 09/15/2017
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Devon Hall Child Abuse Speak Up! CJSF 90.1FM
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CJSF volunteer Devon talks about child abuse, warnign signs, and how to prevent it.

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  • Posted on: 12 October 2017
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 09/01/2017
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Run the Jewels ft. Kamasi Washington Thursday Night in the Danger Room RTJ3 Fools Gold Records
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Devon and Noelle, two up-and-coming CJSF PA & Talk stars, share their experiences at 3 different protest events: New West Pride, an Animal Rights demonstration outside a Skytrain Station, and the Stand Up Against Racism Rally at Vancouver's City Hall. Featuring discussion and location audio.

 

Produced by Devon, Noelle, and the CJSF PA & Talk Department.

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  • Posted on: 1 September 2017
  • By: cjsfpa
Speak Up! playlist for 06/23/2017
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Drew Ann Wake, Gordon Christie and Martina Norwegian Thunder in Our Voices
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This night of Indigenous storytelling showcases Thunder in Our Voices, a collection of short, animated films produced by Drew Ann Wake, Gordon Christie and Martina Norwegian with audio taken from stories from elders and activists in the villages along the Mackenzie River.