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Canadian Spaces
Interviews, performances, news and announcements, focusing on Canadian acoustic singer-songwriters.
Hosted by: Pat Moore, Alan Surmachynski, Ray Harris, Anne-Marie Brugger, Mike Regenstreif and 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
Sep. 24, 2022 Anne-Marie Brugger Speaking with new ED's for OMIC and FMO
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Sep. 17, 2022 Mike Regenstreif Lots of music and a conversation with David Eisenstadt, author of "Under the Radar: 30 Notable Canadian Jewish Musicians."
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Sep. 10, 2022 Pat Moore Today's show has some great tunes, old and new. Hope you all had a great start to the new school year. :)
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Sep. 3, 2022 Ray Harris 40 minutes of folk chosen by David & Joanne Wiffen + remembering “The Ian Tyson Show”.
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Aug. 27, 2022 Mike Regenstreif Canadian artists in Hour 1 and non-Canadian artists performing songs written by Canadians in Hour 2.
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Aug. 20, 2022 Arthur McGregor and Chris White George Tierney, Douglas John Cameron, Tripoly, Maria Hawkins, Emilyn Stam, John David Williams
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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.  You can listen back to past broadcasts "On Demand" at https://cod.ckcufm.com/programs/129/index.html?filter=all.

Photo: Louise Glegg