Schedule

Sun
22 Mar

Mon
23 Mar

Tue
24 Mar

Wed
25 Mar

Thu
26 Mar

Fri
27 Mar

Sat
28 Mar

4 AM–6 AM
the Reel Early Morning Show Hosted by Ancestors
waking the subconscience

Listen to the voices of those who came before us as recorded on anciest reels.

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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
3.4 trust study prefer

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: Deer & People

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
10 AM–12 PM
Sunday Morning Music Mix
music from various indigenous artists
12 PM–1:26 PM
MMIWG: Murdered & Missing Indigenous Women & Girls in Canada
MMIWG and the Law in Canada - lecture at University of Ottawa Feb 24, 2105. Dr Pam Palmater is a Mi'kmaw lawyer from Eel River Bar First Nation and holds the position of Chair in Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University. Pam was one of the spokespeople, organizers and educators for Idle No More movement and a well-known social justice advocate. This talk was part of the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law Shirley E. Greenberg Chair for Women and the Legal Profession - Speaker Series. EquitableEducation.ca
1:30 PM–1:52 PM
Bear Witness
“Bear Witness” tells the story of “Cheeky”, a grizzly well-liked by locals who was killed by hunters in the Great Bear Rainforest, his carcass abandoned to rot in Kwatna Estuary.
2 PM–3 PM
Maker Talk (rebroadcast)
Maker Talk explores open hardware concepts and projects - the maker movement, local manufacturing, self-sufficiency/sustainability, collaborative knowledge commons - and their socioeconomic implications, both locally and globally.
3 PM–4:22 PM
Interconnectedness
George Monbiot imagines a wilder world in which humans work to restore the complex, lost natural food chains that once surrounded us. AND Looking at radical interconnectedness and the nature of mind as it meets the world. Talk by Satyanandi given at the Cambridge Buddhist Centre, 2005
4:30 PM–6:24 PM
Fearless Lover: The Spiritual Foundations of Present, Boundless and Enduring Love
The Fearless Lover is about your becoming, every day, step-by-stumble-by-leap, a more fearless lover of life and its pleasures, most especially where it is both hardest and most gratifying ndash; as a passionate intimate lover of your beloved partner(s). Hosted by scholar, writer, producer and teacher, Adam Gilad, The Fearless Lover will bring you interviews on wisdom and practices from all traditions, with spiritual leaders, writers, thinkers, noted psychologists, scholars, ethnologists, noted cultural creatives and visionaries.
6:30 PM–7 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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7 PM–7:20 PM
Sunday with Snxakila
Learn about Manaaakays + express gratitude
7:21 PM–11:51 PM
Daily Decolonization
various indigenous leaders discussing important topics
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 Hosted by Ancestors
waking the subconscience

Listen to the voices of those who came before us as recorded on anciest reels.

Read more

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

7:15 AM–9:15 AM
Alh7alhtsimnawit Hosted by Dale McCreery
2.5 focus on how

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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9:15 AM–9:46 AM
Resonating Reconciliation Hosted by various
Episode: TRC Commissioner Littlechild recounts his personal experience at a residential school in Ermineskin, Alberta. He emphasizes the importance of sport, and how success on the field and the support of his coaches led to a brighter future after residential school.

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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9:46 AM–10:16 AM
Encounters: Experiences in the North Hosted by Richard Nelson
Bringing sounds of the northern wild to radio. Episode: Deer & People

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

10:16 AM–10:46 AM
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

11 AM–12 PM
Brain Power Our
decolonize our minds
12 PM–1:56 PM
Language Matters (with Bob Holman)
There are over 6,000 languages in the world. We lose one every two weeks. By the end of this century, half of the world’s languages will have vanished. Language Matters with Bob Holman is a documentary that asks: What do we lose when a language dies? What does it take to save a language?
2 PM–3:49 PM
First Nations’ Perspective on History, Food, and Health
This dialogue, entitled, First Nations’ perspective on history, food, and health (Continuing the Dialogue on Truth and Reconciliation), featured a panel discussion on the aftermath of the Indian Residential School (IRS) System, and specifically, the effect government-sanctioned nutrition experiments performed on children under state care has had on the relationship with food, nutrition, and health for both survivors, and inter-generational survivors of the IRS System.
3:50 PM–8 PM
Language Revitalization
"Decolonizing Language Revitalization" an SFU presentation by Khelselim Rivers (Sḵwx̱wú7mesh) and April Charlo (Salish, Kootenai) preceded by a CBC Victoria radio interview with Dzawada'enuxw language revitalization advocate Mikael Willie about the "Our Living Languages: First Peoples’ Voices in BC" exhibit at the Royal BC Museum.
8 PM–9 PM
Maker Talk Hosted by David Brown and Devon Girard
Talk show exploring open hardware concepts and projects - the maker movement, local manufacturing, self-sufficiency/sustainability, collaborative knowledge commons - and their socioeconomic implications, both locally and globally. Interviews, follow up conversation, and live Q&A with listeners.

Maker Talk explores open hardware concepts and projects - the maker movement, local manufacturing, self-sufficiency/sustainability, collaborative knowledge commons - and their socioeconomic implications, both locally and globally. The show includes interviews, follow up conversation and live question and answer with listeners. Hosted by David Brown and Devon Girard of Nuxalk Radio 91.1 FM (Bella Coola).Listen to past shows.Email the hosts of Maker Talk.

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9 PM–11 PM
Native Trailblazers Hosted by Vincent Schilling and Delores Schilling
Highlighting today's Indigenous champions. Episode: Jesse Green, Guitarist for Buffy St Marie

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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11 PM–12 AM
Music Hour
Music by Indigenous artists from all over the world
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 Hosted by Ancestors
waking the subconscience

Listen to the voices of those who came before us as recorded on anciest reels.

Read more

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
2.4 focus on where

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: Death in Vegas | Mindfulness Meditation Made Simple

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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10 AM–11 AM
Resistance Radio Hosted by Derrick Jensen
Episode: Dr. Sherri Mason, who goes by Sam, became obsessed with the impacts of humans on the environment when at the age of 11 she watched a very poignant Different Strokes episode in which Kimberly's hair turned green after washing it with acid rain. While not scientifically accurate, this episode made an impact and set Dr. Mason's path as an environmental chemist. She earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Texas at Austin before moving onto her Ph. D. from the University of Montana as a NASA Earth System Science Scholar. She is currently a full professor in Chemistry at the State University of New York at Fredonia. We're going to talk about the Great Lakes

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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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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12:30 PM–1 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

1 PM–3 PM
Alh7alhtsimnawit Hosted by Dale McCreery
3.2 work well, work poorly

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

3 PM–4 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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4 PM–5 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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6 PM–7 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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7 PM–8:30 PM
The Silent X Hosted by Cowboy Smithx
Featuring in-depth conversations hosted by Blackfoot filmmaker, writer and performing artist Cowboy Smithx. Episode: Carrielynn Victor - Wave4 - EP13

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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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.

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 Hosted by Ancestors
waking the subconscience

Listen to the voices of those who came before us as recorded on anciest reels.

Read more

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
2.2 [week.2 .program.2]

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–10 AM
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 AM–12 PM
Brain Power Our
decolonize our minds
12 PM–1 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: Death in Vegas | Mindfulness Meditation Made Simple

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

1 PM–3 PM
alh7alhtsimnawit Hosted by Dale McCreery
3.3 praise criticize boast

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

3 PM–3:31 PM
Resonating Reconciliation Hosted by various
Episode: TRC Commissioner Littlechild recounts his personal experience at a residential school in Ermineskin, Alberta. He emphasizes the importance of sport, and how success on the field and the support of his coaches led to a brighter future after residential school.

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

Read more

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/Tuscarora host Janet Rogers is a regular music columnist for BC Musician Magazine and CBC Radio One.

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5 PM–7 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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7 PM–8 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

8 PM–9 PM
Maker Talk (rebroadcast)
Maker Talk explores open hardware concepts and projects - the maker movement, local manufacturing, self-sufficiency/sustainability, collaborative knowledge commons - and their socioeconomic implications, both locally and globally.
9 PM–10 PM
Brain Power Our
decolonize our minds
10 PM–12 AM
The Cuts Hosted by Sterlin Harjo
Interview show hosted by filmmaker Sterlin Harjo (Seminole/Creek). Episode: Sterlin Harjo talks to his 13 year old daughter about music, art, divorced parents, and native identity. Listen and learn from one cool 13 year old.

The Cuts show is hosted by filmmaker Sterlin Harjo (Seminole/Creek). Sterlin interviews artists and unique people a creating an informative and entertaining look into the lives of his guests.Sterlin Harjo grew up in Holdenville, Oklahoma, USA and has gained critical and audience acclaim with his films throughout the world. He is a founding member of the comedy collective The 1491s. 

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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 Hosted by Ancestors
waking the subconscience

Listen to the voices of those who came before us as recorded on anciest reels.

Read more

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
2.3 when

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
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

10 AM–11 AM
Resistance Radio Hosted by Derrick Jensen
Episode: Dr. Sherri Mason, who goes by Sam, became obsessed with the impacts of humans on the environment when at the age of 11 she watched a very poignant Different Strokes episode in which Kimberly's hair turned green after washing it with acid rain. While not scientifically accurate, this episode made an impact and set Dr. Mason's path as an environmental chemist. She earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Texas at Austin before moving onto her Ph. D. from the University of Montana as a NASA Earth System Science Scholar. She is currently a full professor in Chemistry at the State University of New York at Fredonia. We're going to talk about the Great Lakes

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
12 PM–1 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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1 PM–3 PM
Alh7alhtsimnawit Hosted by Dale McCreery
3.4 trust study prefer

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

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: Death in Vegas | Mindfulness Meditation Made Simple

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

6 PM–8 PM
Native Trailblazers Hosted by Vincent Schilling and Delores Schilling
Highlighting today's Indigenous champions. Episode: Journalist Johnnie Jae

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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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: With two of the world's top climate scientists talking about the severe challenges we face right now, and in the future. From the United Kingdom, we have Dr. Kevin Anderson, who pulls no punches. Then Rutgers distinguished scientist Alan Robock tells us why geoengineering might not be a good idea.

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–11:37 PM
Red Man Laughing Hosted by Ryan McMahon
Episode: In this episode of Red Man Laughing we take you to Edmonton, AB for a night of conversation about The Inconvenient Indian, Canada Reads 2015 and why Thomas King's book is the book to break barriers in Canada. Moderated by CBC Producer Chris Martin, the panel included visual artist/speaker Aaron Paquette, writer/educator Marilyn Dumont and comedian/writer Ryan McMahon. The conversation is wide reaching and digs deeper into the issues raised by King in his book and lends itself to perspective & points of view not often heard by the mainstream. The panel digs deep on the issues King raises in order to let listeners/readers of the book understand why these issues might have been brought forward and why these are important to break barriers. The talk is free flowing and covers: Treaties; the Olympics; Canada's place in the world community; whether the world knows the truth about Canada & its dark history; how Canadian's can gain perspective & understanding on Indigenous issues.

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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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 Hosted by Ancestors
waking the subconscience

Listen to the voices of those who came before us as recorded on anciest reels.

Read more

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
5.2 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–10 AM
Episode: Guest Dr. John Demartini considered one of the world's leading authorities on human behavior and leadership development.Topic: BREAKTHROUGH SELF LIMITATION AND LEAD AN EXTRAORDINARY LIFE 3/25/15

The Cari Murphy Show - Straight Talk for the Soul show will uplift your spirit, shift your perspective, and support you in making more conscious choices in your day to day life. Cari Murphy inspires listeners to take responsibility for the quality of their lives and embrace their full potential.Cari interviews leading personal development experts, success coaches, speakers, mystics, visionaries and authors from around the globe who share their research, ageless truths, perspectives, and personal stories. 

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10 AM–11 AM
Radio Ecoshock Hosted by Alex Smith
Episode: With two of the world's top climate scientists talking about the severe challenges we face right now, and in the future. From the United Kingdom, we have Dr. Kevin Anderson, who pulls no punches. Then Rutgers distinguished scientist Alan Robock tells us why geoengineering might not be a good idea.

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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11 AM–11:55 AM
Brain Power Our
decolonize our minds
12 PM–1 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/Tuscarora host Janet Rogers is a regular music columnist for BC Musician Magazine and CBC Radio One.

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1 PM–3 PM
Alh7alhtsimnawit Hosted by Dale McCreery
4.3 BIG

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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3 PM–4 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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4 PM–5 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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5 PM–6 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: Death in Vegas | Mindfulness Meditation Made Simple

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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6 PM–6:30 PM
Knives & Wildrice Hosted by Nick Sherman
Takes you behind the scenes of the making of a brand new studio album by singer/songwriter Nick Sherman (Anishinaabe).

Knives & Wildrice takes you behind the scenes of the making of a brand new studio album by singer/songwriter Nick Sherman (Anishinaabe). Nick takes you on the road, behind the scenes at music halls, inside his home, and all stops in between. This is an unfiltered and unprecedented look at the successes, failures, challenges and victories of an independent musician making a new album.Produced by Indian & Cowboy an independent Indigenous media company that creates, produces & publishes Indigenous media projects.

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6:30 PM–7 PM
Encounters: Experiences in the North Hosted by Richard Nelson
Bringing sounds of the northern wild to radio. Episode: Deer & People

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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7 PM–8 PM
Music Hour
Music by Indigenous artists from all over the world
8 PM–8:46 PM
The Cuts Hosted by Sterlin Harjo
Interview show hosted by filmmaker Sterlin Harjo (Seminole/Creek). Episode: Sterlin Harjo talks to his 13 year old daughter about music, art, divorced parents, and native identity. Listen and learn from one cool 13 year old.

The Cuts show is hosted by filmmaker Sterlin Harjo (Seminole/Creek). Sterlin interviews artists and unique people a creating an informative and entertaining look into the lives of his guests.Sterlin Harjo grew up in Holdenville, Oklahoma, USA and has gained critical and audience acclaim with his films throughout the world. He is a founding member of the comedy collective The 1491s. 

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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.

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11 PM–12 AM
Mixtape
Various Indigenous Music compiled by RPM
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 Hosted by Ancestors
waking the subconscience

Listen to the voices of those who came before us as recorded on anciest reels.

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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
5.1 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. 

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1 PM–3 PM
alh7alhtsimnawit Hosted by Dale McCreery
4.1 Beatrice Weather

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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3 PM–4 PM
Weekend Windup Replay
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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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