Schedule

Sun
21 Dec

Mon
22 Dec

Tue
23 Dec

Wed
24 Dec

Thu
25 Dec

Fri
26 Dec

Sat
27 Dec

4 AM–6 AM
the Reel Early Morning Show
waking up the subconscience
6 AM–7 AM
the Good Morning Run n Dip Show Hosted by the early light
with under the ooooh six hundred comes four directions of fun with a wet ending

! way to get out fit n wet way !

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7 AM–9 AM
Alh7alhtsimnawit Hosted by Dale McCreery
5.2 high, low, short, tall

Alh7alhtsimnawit is hosted by Métis Linguist Dale McCreery. The show is focused on teaching the Nuxalk language, on familiarizing people with the language and on entertaining those listening. It consists of a mixture of lessons and audio recordings made with various Nuxalk Elders. 

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9 AM–9:30 AM
Encounters: Experiences in the North Hosted by Richard Nelson
Bringing sounds of the northern wild to radio. Episode: Mountain Goat

Where else on radio can you hear polar bears growl, peregrine falcons cry and killer whales splash? In an ever increasingly urban world, Encounters: Experiences in the North brings the sounds of the northern wild to the radio for a rare, entertaining and informative weekly program.Alaska’s acclaimed cultural anthropologist and award winning nature writer, Richard Nelson is the host of Encounters.

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9:30 AM–10 AM
Sunday with Snxakila
Learn about Manaaakays + express gratitude
12:50 PM–1:52 PM
Radio Ecoshock Hosted by Alex Smith
Episode: Dr. James Hansen wrote his pivotal book "Storms of My Grandchildren". But in 2012, the Atlantic experienced the largest storm ever recorded. It was Hurricane Sandy, the most expensive storm ever, causing billions of dollars in damage. Manhattan was flooded. Parts of the New Jersey shore were demolished. Two hundred and eighty five people were killed. It was also the big new show-case for both rising seas and storm surge. Was Hurricane Sandy a freak once-in-century storm, or can we expect more and worse as planet Earth heats up? What about Asia and the Pacific, where Japan was raked by a series of tropical cyclones this fall. A giant storm just battered the Philippines - again. Are those climate related? Radio Ecoshock investigates.

Radio Ecoshock presents the latest science, authors, issues - from climate change, oceans, forests, pollution, Peak Oil, the economy and peace.Hosted by Alex Smith, previously a researcher for global environment group, print journalist, homesteader, world-traveler, and private investigator.

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2 PM–2:30 PM
Talking Drum Hosted by Marge Kalama
Music from the powwow trail

Talking Drum features music from the powwow trail with host Marge Kalama (Warm Springs). Whether you are a young buck or old school traditional,Talking Drum offers a mix of new and old songs recorded in studios or live at powwows big and small.

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2:30 PM–3:30 PM
Indigenous Waves Hosted by Susan Blight
A celebration of Indigenous cultures; locally, nationally and globally. Through music, storytelling, interviews, panel discussions, art, and humour we explore the diversity of Indigenous Peoples.

Indigenous Waves is a celebration of Indigenous cultures; locally, nationally and globally. Through music, storytelling, interviews, panel discussions, art, and humour the show explores the diversity of Indigenous Peoples. Based out of CIUT in Toronto, Indigenous Waves is hosted by Susan Blight of the Couchiching First Nation (Anishinaabe) and produced by Jamaias DaCosta (Kanienke'haka)

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3:30 PM–3:36 PM
Moons N Stuff
Episode II: Si7mt n Slowpitch
4 PM–5 PM
Resistance Radio Hosted by Derrick Jensen
Episode: John Davis is a wildways scout and advocate, who served as editor of Wild Earth in the 1990s, program officer of the Foundation for Deep Ecology in early 2000s, and conservation director of Adirondack Council till 2010. He has since been working with Wildlands Network and Rewilding Institute, trekking and writing and speaking about the proposed Eastern and Western Wildways. We talk about the importance of wildlife corridors.

On Resistance Radio, host Derrick Jensen interviews a broad spectrum of activists who are building a culture of resistance and defending the wild. Whether it be an activist, biophile scientist or land restorationist, the interviews are packed with interesting information and insights drawn out by Jensen's experience. Produced by the Progressive Radio Network (PRN).Derrick Jensen is an author and radical environmentalist. He was named one of Utne Reader’s “50 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World.”

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5 PM–6 PM
Earthsongs Hosted by Alexis Sallee
Modern mix of today's Indigenous artists who are setting new directions in blues, folk, jazz, country, reggae, and hip-hop. Hosted by Alexis Sallee (Inupiaq/ Mexican American).

Earthsongs is a modern mix of today's Native artists who are setting new directions in music. Listeners are invited to explore the rich variations of sound, language and indigenous expression from the Arctic to South America -- listening for their messages and fundamental contributions to the evolution of American music. Each week, Earthsongs gives listeners the chance to explore the Native influences that help shape and define contemporary American music.

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6 PM–7:20 PM
The Silent X Hosted by Cowboy Smithx
Featuring in-depth conversations hosted by Blackfoot filmmaker, writer and performing artist Cowboy Smithx. Episode: Elle-Maija Tailfeathers

The Silent X show has guests from all professional backgrounds including film, arts, sciences, academia, activism, philosophy, advocacy, theatre, politics, journalism, literature, plus much more.

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7:30 PM–7:52 PM
Sunday with Snxakila
Learn about Manaaakays + express gratitude
7:52 PM–7:58 PM
Moons N Stuff
Episode II: Si7mt n Slowpitch
8:53 PM–8:59 PM
Moons N Stuff
Episode II: Si7mt n Slowpitch
9 PM–9:30 PM
Encounters: Experiences in the North Hosted by Richard Nelson
Bringing sounds of the northern wild to radio. Episode: Mountain Goat

Where else on radio can you hear polar bears growl, peregrine falcons cry and killer whales splash? In an ever increasingly urban world, Encounters: Experiences in the North brings the sounds of the northern wild to the radio for a rare, entertaining and informative weekly program.Alaska’s acclaimed cultural anthropologist and award winning nature writer, Richard Nelson is the host of Encounters.

Read more

9:30 PM–11:30 PM
Two Worlds Indigenous Radio Hosted by Alvon Griffin
The finest collection of Native American music from traditional pow wow style to the latest contemporary Native artists.

Join Alvon Griffin host of Two Worlds Indigenous Radio to hear the finest collection of Native American music from traditional pow wow style to the latest contemporary Native artists. You name it, the show plays it: blues, reggae, rock, rap, hip-hop, metal and country or maybe you prefer a little chicken scratch, pow wow or traditional. Also featured are weekly pow wow reports, as well as news and views from across the continents.

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11:30 PM–11:36 PM
Moons N Stuff
Episode II: Si7mt n Slowpitch
12 AM–4 AM
Reel Late Night Hosted by Ancestors

~ the spirit hour brings the voices of those who have moved on ~

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4 AM–6 AM
the Reel Early Morning Show
waking up the subconscience
6 AM–7 AM
the Good Morning Run n Dip Show Hosted by the early light
with under the ooooh six hundred comes four directions of fun with a wet ending

! way to get out fit n wet way !

Read more

7 AM–9 AM
Alh7alhtsimnawit Hosted by Dale McCreery
5.1 seeing

Alh7alhtsimnawit is hosted by Métis Linguist Dale McCreery. The show is focused on teaching the Nuxalk language, on familiarizing people with the language and on entertaining those listening. It consists of a mixture of lessons and audio recordings made with various Nuxalk Elders. 

Read more

11 AM–12 PM
Brain Power Our
decolonize our minds
9 PM–11:37 PM
Native Trailblazers Hosted by Vincent Schilling and Delores Schilling
Highlighting today's Indigenous champions. Episode: What is anti-blackness?

Vincent Schilling (St. Regis Mohawk) award-winning photojournalist, book author, public speaker and co-host Delores Schilling, CEO and President of Schilling Media, Inc. talk to best and the brightest, the movers and shakers -today's Indigenous champions on Native Trailblazers.

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12 AM–4 AM
Reel Late Night Hosted by Ancestors

~ the spirit hour brings the voices of those who have moved on ~

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4 AM–6 AM
the Reel Early Morning Show
waking up the subconscience
6 AM–7 AM
the Good Morning Run n Dip Show Hosted by the early light
with under the ooooh six hundred comes four directions of fun with a wet ending

! way to get out fit n wet way !

Read more

7 AM–9 AM
Alh7alhtsimnawit Hosted by Dale McCreery
1.2 since, from, start, until

Alh7alhtsimnawit is hosted by Métis Linguist Dale McCreery. The show is focused on teaching the Nuxalk language, on familiarizing people with the language and on entertaining those listening. It consists of a mixture of lessons and audio recordings made with various Nuxalk Elders. 

Read more

9 AM–10 AM
Health First Radio Hosted by Dave Fuller
Spreading the message of good health and provide the opportunity for people to hear alternative views of healing. Interviewing authors, doctors and practitioners striving to empower people to attaining better levels of health. Episode: The Woman Who Cured Cancer | President Of HANS

Health First Radio provides the opportunity for people to hear alternative views of healing. To this end Health First Radio is dedicated to interviewing authors, doctors and practitioners striving to empower people to attaining better levels of health. The show is originally broadcast by CFUR radio in Prince George.Hosted by Dave Fuller, a herbalist, healthnut and owner of a health food store. Produced by Reg Feyer.

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11 AM–12:30 PM
Taiaiake Tuesday Hosted by (prerecorded talks by Taiaiake Alfred)

Taiaiake Tuesday consists of prerecorded talks, interviews and shows with Taiaiake Alfred produced by various sources.Taiaiake Alfred is from Kahnawá:ke in the Mohawk Nation.  He is a professor of Indigenous Governance at the University of Victoria (UVic). He specializes in studies of traditional governance, the restoration of land-based cultural practices, and decolonization strategies. Taiaiake is a prominent Indigenous intellectual and advisor to many First Nation governments and organizations.

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4 PM–4:30 PM
Wild Salmon Warrior Radio Hosted by Jay Peachy
A show exploring how people relate to the Wild Salmon and the communities that protect it.

Wild Salmon Warrior Radio is seeking the truth in order to protect Wild Salmon stocks, habitat and migration routes. Hosted by Jay Peachy.

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7:30 PM–9:10 PM
The Silent X Hosted by Cowboy Smithx
Featuring in-depth conversations hosted by Blackfoot filmmaker, writer and performing artist Cowboy Smithx. Episode: Elle-Maija Tailfeathers

The Silent X show has guests from all professional backgrounds including film, arts, sciences, academia, activism, philosophy, advocacy, theatre, politics, journalism, literature, plus much more.

Read more

9:30 PM–10 PM
Talking Drum Hosted by Marge Kalama
Music from the powwow trail

Talking Drum features music from the powwow trail with host Marge Kalama (Warm Springs). Whether you are a young buck or old school traditional,Talking Drum offers a mix of new and old songs recorded in studios or live at powwows big and small.

Read more

10:30 PM–12 AM
Taiaiake Tuesday Hosted by (prerecorded talks by Taiaiake Alfred)

Taiaiake Tuesday consists of prerecorded talks, interviews and shows with Taiaiake Alfred produced by various sources.Taiaiake Alfred is from Kahnawá:ke in the Mohawk Nation.  He is a professor of Indigenous Governance at the University of Victoria (UVic). He specializes in studies of traditional governance, the restoration of land-based cultural practices, and decolonization strategies. Taiaiake is a prominent Indigenous intellectual and advisor to many First Nation governments and organizations.

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12 AM–4 AM
Reel Late Night Hosted by Ancestors

~ the spirit hour brings the voices of those who have moved on ~

Read more

4 AM–6 AM
the Reel Early Morning Show
waking up the subconscience
6 AM–7 AM
the Good Morning Run n Dip Show Hosted by the early light
with under the ooooh six hundred comes four directions of fun with a wet ending

! way to get out fit n wet way !

Read more

11 AM–12 PM
Brain Power Our
decolonize our minds
3 PM–4 PM
Resonating Reconciliation Hosted by various
Episode: This documentary looks at how affected parties are healing from the tortured history of Residential Schools in Canada as a diverse and multicultural Canadian Community. It showcases thriving First Nations' perspectives on education and also allows members of the United Church of Canada to answer for their involvement in the Residential School Crisis. It includes stories of successful community rehabilitation projects throughout Central Ontario's Indigenous Cultures. It is a collection of wise, humble, progressive, and inclusive voices that the producers met as they sought to answer the question of how can community building assist both First Nations and First Settler Cultures heal and move forward from this obvious abus

Resonating Reconciliation (documentary series) shares the stories of the people whose lives have been impacted and shaped by the legacy of Native Residential Schools.

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4 PM–5 PM
Native Waves Hosted by Janet Rogers
A music, arts and culture program featuring traditional and contemporary Indigenous artists from all over Turtle Island. The show is based out of CFUV Radio on Vancouver Island, Coast Salish territory.

Native Waves is a music, arts and culture program featuring traditional and contemporary Indigenous artists from all over Turtle Island. The show is based out of CFUV Radio on Vancouver Island, Coast Salish territory. Mohawk host Janet Rogers is a regular music columnist for BC Musician Magazine and CBC Radio One.

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9:30 PM–10:30 PM
Voices from the Circle Hosted by Jim DeNomie, Barbara Jersey
Traditional and contemporary Native music, entertainment, storytelling, poetry, and pow wow trail information and events

Voices from the Circle brings you traditional and contemporary Native music, entertainment, storytelling, poetry and pow wow trail information and events, hosted by Jim DeNomie (Bad River Chippewa) and Barbara Jersey (Menominee/Potawatomi).

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11 PM–12 AM
Brain Power Our
decolonize our minds
12 AM–4 AM
Reel Late Night Hosted by Ancestors

~ the spirit hour brings the voices of those who have moved on ~

Read more

4 AM–6 AM
the Reel Early Morning Show
waking up the subconscience
6 AM–7 AM
the Good Morning Run n Dip Show Hosted by the early light
with under the ooooh six hundred comes four directions of fun with a wet ending

! way to get out fit n wet way !

Read more

10 AM–11 AM
Resistance Radio Hosted by Derrick Jensen
Episode: John Davis is a wildways scout and advocate, who served as editor of Wild Earth in the 1990s, program officer of the Foundation for Deep Ecology in early 2000s, and conservation director of Adirondack Council till 2010. He has since been working with Wildlands Network and Rewilding Institute, trekking and writing and speaking about the proposed Eastern and Western Wildways. We talk about the importance of wildlife corridors.

On Resistance Radio, host Derrick Jensen interviews a broad spectrum of activists who are building a culture of resistance and defending the wild. Whether it be an activist, biophile scientist or land restorationist, the interviews are packed with interesting information and insights drawn out by Jensen's experience. Produced by the Progressive Radio Network (PRN).Derrick Jensen is an author and radical environmentalist. He was named one of Utne Reader’s “50 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World.”

Read more

11 AM–12 PM
Brain Power Our
decolonize our minds
2 PM–3 PM
Taiaiake Tuesday Hosted by (prerecorded talks by Taiaiake Alfred)

Taiaiake Tuesday consists of prerecorded talks, interviews and shows with Taiaiake Alfred produced by various sources.Taiaiake Alfred is from Kahnawá:ke in the Mohawk Nation.  He is a professor of Indigenous Governance at the University of Victoria (UVic). He specializes in studies of traditional governance, the restoration of land-based cultural practices, and decolonization strategies. Taiaiake is a prominent Indigenous intellectual and advisor to many First Nation governments and organizations.

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3 PM–4 PM
Your Spirit is Your Voice Hosted by Jerry Sawanas, Martin Tuesday & Nick Sherman
Aimed at helping residential school survivors and their children on their road to healing, highlighting positive stories after the residential school experience. Episode: Ogicidaakwe Diane Kelly (Intergen) *Talks about her father, growing up, the pope’s apology and moving forward. Josephine Sutherland (Survivor) Took couselling – made a world of change for better, “no excuse for no healing journey.” Great interview! Lyn Manitowabi – Survivors Toolkit – “Confronting denial”

Your Spirit is Your Voice is aimed at helping residential school survivors and their children on their road to healing, highlighting positive stories after the residential school experience. Produced by the Wawatay Radio Network.

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4 PM–5 PM
Health First Radio Hosted by Dave Fuller
Spreading the message of good health and provide the opportunity for people to hear alternative views of healing. Interviewing authors, doctors and practitioners striving to empower people to attaining better levels of health. Episode: The Woman Who Cured Cancer | President Of HANS

Health First Radio provides the opportunity for people to hear alternative views of healing. To this end Health First Radio is dedicated to interviewing authors, doctors and practitioners striving to empower people to attaining better levels of health. The show is originally broadcast by CFUR radio in Prince George.Hosted by Dave Fuller, a herbalist, healthnut and owner of a health food store. Produced by Reg Feyer.

Read more

8 PM–9 PM
Earthsongs Hosted by Alexis Sallee
Modern mix of today's Indigenous artists who are setting new directions in blues, folk, jazz, country, reggae, and hip-hop. Hosted by Alexis Sallee (Inupiaq/ Mexican American).

Earthsongs is a modern mix of today's Native artists who are setting new directions in music. Listeners are invited to explore the rich variations of sound, language and indigenous expression from the Arctic to South America -- listening for their messages and fundamental contributions to the evolution of American music. Each week, Earthsongs gives listeners the chance to explore the Native influences that help shape and define contemporary American music.

Read more

9 PM–10 PM
Radio Ecoshock Hosted by Alex Smith
Episode: Dr. James Hansen wrote his pivotal book "Storms of My Grandchildren". But in 2012, the Atlantic experienced the largest storm ever recorded. It was Hurricane Sandy, the most expensive storm ever, causing billions of dollars in damage. Manhattan was flooded. Parts of the New Jersey shore were demolished. Two hundred and eighty five people were killed. It was also the big new show-case for both rising seas and storm surge. Was Hurricane Sandy a freak once-in-century storm, or can we expect more and worse as planet Earth heats up? What about Asia and the Pacific, where Japan was raked by a series of tropical cyclones this fall. A giant storm just battered the Philippines - again. Are those climate related? Radio Ecoshock investigates.

Radio Ecoshock presents the latest science, authors, issues - from climate change, oceans, forests, pollution, Peak Oil, the economy and peace.Hosted by Alex Smith, previously a researcher for global environment group, print journalist, homesteader, world-traveler, and private investigator.

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10 PM–12 AM
Red Man Laughing Hosted by Ryan McMahon
Episode: Wab Kinew

Red Man Laughing hosted by Anishinaabe/Metis comedian Ryan McMahon is a mix of rants, comedy bits & monologues, featuring sit down chats with some of the worlds leading Indigenous Ass-Kickers, Cultural leaders, artists, thinkers & do'ers. Also, featuring new music from both emerging and established musicians from around Indian Country.

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4 AM–6 AM
the Reel Early Morning Show
waking up the subconscience
6 AM–7 AM
the Good Morning Run n Dip Show Hosted by the early light
with under the ooooh six hundred comes four directions of fun with a wet ending

! way to get out fit n wet way !

Read more

10 AM–11 AM
Radio-BED Hosted by Various
Episode: Mi'kmaq Warrior Chief John Levi

Radio-BED profiles critical issues and powerful individuals challenging the oppression and destruction of modern day colonial capitalist societies. With in depth interviews and on the ground coverage of resistance and struggle, Radio-BED brings you the narratives main stream, corporate media silences.

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11 AM–12 PM
Brain Power Our
decolonize our minds
9 PM–11 PM
Two Worlds Indigenous Radio Hosted by Alvon Griffin
The finest collection of Native American music from traditional pow wow style to the latest contemporary Native artists.

Join Alvon Griffin host of Two Worlds Indigenous Radio to hear the finest collection of Native American music from traditional pow wow style to the latest contemporary Native artists. You name it, the show plays it: blues, reggae, rock, rap, hip-hop, metal and country or maybe you prefer a little chicken scratch, pow wow or traditional. Also featured are weekly pow wow reports, as well as news and views from across the continents.

Read more

12 AM–4 AM
Reel Late Night Hosted by Ancestors

~ the spirit hour brings the voices of those who have moved on ~

Read more

4 AM–6 AM
the Reel Early Morning Show
waking up the subconscience
6 AM–7 AM
the Good Morning Run n Dip Show Hosted by the early light
with under the ooooh six hundred comes four directions of fun with a wet ending

! way to get out fit n wet way !

Read more

10 PM–11 PM
Indij Hip Hop Show Hosted by Frank Trotman-Golden & Renee Williamson
Australia's Indigenous hip hop show hosted by Frank Trotman-Golden & Renee Williamson out of Koori Radio in Sydney, Australia.

Australia's Indigenous hip hop show hosted by Frank Trotman-Golden and Renee Williamson out of Koori Radio in Sydney, Australia.

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