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Wednesday October 28th, 2015 with Erik Stolpmann
It's A Long Drive For A Radio Station With History To Sing About

Today is a special episode, as the annual CKCU Funding Drive has officially begun--hooray! Join me as I surf through a brief history of the beloved campus community radio station and its relevance, including a reflection of my time spent volunteering and what it all means to me. Music includes an 80's track from the very artist who was first played over the CKCU waves, Joni Mitchell, as well as a track from each decade (70's to now) represented by Ottawa artists and some throwbacks to my own CKCU days gone by. This episode is bound to be filled with fantastic nostalgia for both volunteers and listeners, and I would love to hear your feedback in the comments to the right! ALSO: help keep the "permanent waves" flowing from all of the amazing CKCU programs by supporting community radio! Dial in at 613-520-3920 or go online at! Remember: all donations are appreciated, regardless of the amount, and each and every one helps to keep CKCU and its many volunteers on the airwaves. :)
Radio Gaga
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - The Very Best Of Queen
Good Friends
Joni Mitchell - Dog Eat Dog Canadian
Absolutely Right
Five Man Electrical Band - Coming of Age Canadian
Hold Me Now
One to One - 1-2-1 Canadian
Psychic Man
Artificial Joy Club - Melt Canadian
I'm A Parade
Kepler - Missionless Days Canadian
Annihilator - Suicide Society Canadian New
Sexy Night
Nico Fidenco - Porno Holocaust
Wake Owl - Wild Country EP Canadian
Feels Like The First Time (Unplugged)
Foreigner - Feels Like The First Time
Interactive CKCU