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Canadian Spaces
Interviews, performances, news and announcements, focusing on Canadian acoustic singer-songwriters.
Hosted by: Chris White
Airs: Every Saturday from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Expect 40 minutes of uninterrupted folk, followed by interviews, live performances, music community news and concert announcements, with a focus on Canadian acoustic singer-songwriters.

Canadian Spaces

Date Host Highlight On Demand
Aug. 18, 2018 Shelley Ann Morris and Chris White The Woolly Mammoth Project, Steve Tennant, Danielle Allard, Jason Dunkerley, Maria Hawkins, Tribute to Geoff Johnson
available
Aug. 11, 2018 Ray Harris and Chris White Brian Cote, Ankit Peter, Fred Dell'Amico, Raina and The Wranglers, Ray Harris
available
Aug. 4, 2018 Chris White Kristine St-Pierre, Catriona Sturton, Tom Deadman ("Save the Trees in Old Ottawa East" campaign)
available
Jul. 28, 2018 Dave King and Chris White Frank Koller, Glenn Nuotio, Kathryn Briggs and Terry Tufts (Algonquin Ensemble), Shawn Wyckoff and Maria Millar (Sonic Escape), Karrnnel Sawitsky and Eric Wright (The Fretless)
available
Jul. 21, 2018 Maria Hawkins and Chris White Paul Weber, Joel Elliott
available
Jul. 14, 2018 Allan Wigney and Chris White Ottawa Singer-Songwriter Camp, Mama's Broke, Vancouver Island Musicfest (Tony Turner), Mattie Leon
available



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Canadian Spaces is Canada's longest-running folk music radio program.  Each show starts with "40 minutes of uninterrupted folk", followed by interviews, live performances, music community news and concert announcements, with a focus on Canadian acoustic singer-songwriters.  Chopper McKinnon founded Canadian Spaces in 1980 and hosted it for 33 years.  Now hosted by Chris White and a series of co-hosts, the show is broadcast on 93.1 FM and streamed on www.ckcufm.com on Saturdays from 10:00 am to noon Eastern.  Listen back to past broadcasts "On Demand" at http://cod.ckcufm.com/programs/129/info.html.

Photo: Louise Glegg