Schedule

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Sunday

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00:00 - 01:00

Dialogos Radio with Michael Nevradakis
a weekly Greek radio program which features interviews and analyses of issues pertinent to Greece and the worldwide Greek community, as well as Greek music and occasional cultural segments.

01:00 - 02:00

Radio Ecoshock Show with Alex Smith(repeat)
A weekly program about the Latest science, authors, issues - from climate change, oceans, forests, pollution, solar storms, the economy, and peace.

Beware Marine Heat Waves! – Breaking science: unreported marine heat waves are striking more often and more violently in the seas. Scientist Eric Oliver explains. Then Mark Eakin, the coordinator of NOAA’s Coral Reef Watch reports the latest science: up to half of the Great Barrier Reef of Australia has died in the longest marine heat wave ever seen. Most of the extra heat we generate with greenhouse gas emissions goes into the ocean. Hidden beneath the waves, that is where the climate action is.

02:00 - 04:00

L.A. Connection presented by Emperor Rosko
A 2 hour show combining good music with the latest news and gossip from the film, tv and music world.

04:00 - 06:00

Hits and Oldies with Stewart Ross (repeat)

06:00 - 08:00

Lift Those Hands with Lynn White (repeat)
Encouraging music, thoughts and banter, plus your welcomed requests.

08:00 - 09:00

The Country Jamboree with Maureen and Michael G.
Featuring yesterday's and today's classic country and bluegrass. Email us at
cj@theglobalvoice.info
any time with comments or requests.

09:00 - 10:00

The Hawaiian Connection with Keao Wright (repeat)
Playing the best in contemporary Hawaiian Music, praise and worship, with a little bit of soul in between from these islands.

10:00 - 12:00

Everything but the Kitchen Sink with Shawn Klein (repeat)

12:00 - 14:00

Same Time, Same Station with John and Larry Gassman
A program in which we play shows from the golden age of radio and interview radio stars, and others who are publishing new books about the people who took part in the wonderful medium of radio in it's golden days.

This week we salute Red Skelton, part 3.

We begin with our continuing serial which is in 13 parts.
Horizons West: from 1965. (04): In To The Unknown.
D Day Coverage: NBC. 06/06/1944.: Fred Waring followed by the Red Skelton Show.
Radio Hall of Fame: 12/12/1943 (002): Carmen Jones. Red Skelton, Ginny Simms, Frank Fay, Harriet Hilliard, Claire Neisen, Muriel Smith.

If you would like to request shows, call: +1 714 449-1958.

14:00 - 16:00

L.A. Connection presented by Emperor Rosko (repeat)
A 2 hour show combining good music with the latest news and gossip from the film, tv and music world.

16:00 - 18:00

My Kind of Music with Joe Bollard
A two hour programme of easy on the ear music, that includes many favourite standards, ballads, good country music, a couple of big band tracks, memory joggers, show tunes, and featuring artists such as senatra, streisand, glen campbell, christopherson, the carpenters, all held together with some lively chat, two hours entertainment that shouldn't be missed.

18:00 - 19:00

The Attitude Test presented by Chrissie Cochrane (live)
A weekly program on which we discuss, but often stray from, a given topic. Listeners are very welcome to join in the discussion or raise a topic of their own.

On this week's programme, we ask the question is there such a thing as a private life any more? With the rise and rise of companies like Facebook with their attendent data gathering companies, are we merely fodder for their data mining activities, or is this the price we pay for what we often erroneously think of as a free" service? No matter what we try and do to avoid our data being spread worldwide

19:00 - 21:00

Maureen's Cafe with Maureen (repeat)
Serving up a folk flavored variety mix of music, open for your listening pleasure every Wednesday and Sunday. Get in touch with us by email to
cafe@theglobalvoice.info
for requests or comments when ever you like.

21:00 - 00:00

Out of the Woods with Jon 'Chip' Colcord
A show that brings you a mix of mostly acoustic music, focusing on new releases and independent artists from the worlds of folk, blues, bluegrass, singer-songwriters, Americana and even a dash of Irish and Scottish music at times.

Monday

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00:00 - 02:00

Wandering Minstrels with Jared Ingersol (repeat)
A weekly program covering a wide variety of folk music, from the traditional, to the contemporary, to the cutting edge - all its offshoots and branches; music from all around the world.

02:00 - 04:00

Chrissie's Country with Chrissie Cochrane (repeat)
playing the very best in country music with some folk and folk rock, all for your listening pleasure.

04:00 - 05:00

Nash Holos presented by Pawlina
Showcasing the best in Ukrainian Canadiana!

05:00 - 06:00

Soul Food with Aad Leeflang (repeat)
Aad brings you the very best in soul, funk, r & b, house and any other genre that has the flavour of good soul.

06:00 - 08:00

Friday on My Mind with Aad Leeflang (repeat)
A show bringing you music from the 50's and 60's, plus documentaries and the occasional special.

08:00 - 11:00

Rock's in Your Head with Steve Matzura (repeat)
Three hours of music from classic and prog rock's bygone formative days never sounded so good! If you remember and enjoyed 60's and 70's progressive rock radio, then crank up the man-eating speakers and fill up Steve's mailbox with requests.

11:00 - 12:00

The Attitude Test presented by Chrissie Cochrane (repeat)
A weekly program on which we discuss, but often stray from, a given topic. Listeners are very welcome to join in the discussion or raise a topic of their own.

On this week's programme, we ask the question is there such a thing as a private life any more? With the rise and rise of companies like Facebook with their attendent data gathering companies, are we merely fodder for their data mining activities, or is this the price we pay for what we often erroneously think of as a free" service? No matter what we try and do to avoid our data being spread worldwide

12:00 - 13:00

Eine Kleine Comedy Train Wreck with Shawn Klein (repeat)
Shawn's weekly dose of American and British comedy.

13:00 - 14:00

Gigsville with Andy Bungay (repeat)
London-based musician and writer Andy Bungay has a canter through new and returning multi-genre musical excellence coming your way on tour soon, sometimes recalling offbeat encounters along the way. Well-known names and stuff off the beaten track that knows where its coming from . You're very welcome to share your suggestions and gig experiences if you're visually impaired, or things you love and things you find you're starting to love.

14:00 - 16:00

Der Aad Leeflang Mix with Aad Leeflang (broadcast in German) (repeat)

16:00 - 16:30

Media Network Plus presented by Keith Perron
PCJ's weekly look at the world of communications.

16:30 - 17:00

Monthly Feature (repeat) - Spotlight on Assistance Dogs with Devon from Canada
Join Devon for a busy half-hour of articles and music about assistance dogs.

This episode contains a timely letter, and news of a draft standard that is no longer. We finish with a celebration of International Guide Dog Day.

17:00 - 17:30

Glenn Hauser's World Of Radio with Glenn Hauser (repeat)

17:30 - 18:00

Harding's Half Hour - The Maltby Collection - Series 3, Episode 3, from September 2009 - Starring: Geoffrey Palmer
A sitcom set in a small art museum staffed by eccentrics and obsessives.
In this Episode, Warring curators, wedding cleaners and a dodgy alarm system all add to the unwanted pressure on Walter.

18:00 - 19:00

Smooth and Easy with Kelly Sapergia (repeat)
featuring an hour of Smooth Jazz, Chillout and Easy Listening music.

19:00 - 21:00

Chrissie on Air with Chrissie Cochrane (live)
Playing music from all genres with the occasional documentary thrown in: helping to get you through your day.

21:00 - 22:00

Democracy Now
A daily TV/radio news program, hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.

22:00 - 00:00

Smooth Jazz USA with Steve Bauer
Bringing you the best in smooth jazz, new age music and more each week. You will hear a variety of music from smooth, traditional, and classic jazz to new age music and big band. Keep tuned in for Smooth Jazz News and for interviews with artists and special features!

Tuesday

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00:00 - 02:00

Time for Jazz with D J Soul
D J Soul presents jazz primarily from the cutting edge, with tracks from new album releases plus a featured group or artist each week.

This week's featured artist is American guitarist Earl Klugh.

02:00 - 05:00

Out of the Woods with Jon 'Chip' Colcord (repeat)
A show that brings you a mix of mostly acoustic music, focusing on new releases and independent artists from the worlds of folk, blues, bluegrass, singer-songwriters, Americana and even a dash of Irish and Scottish music at times.

05:00 - 06:00

The Attitude Test presented by Chrissie Cochrane (repeat)
A weekly program on which we discuss, but often stray from, a given topic. Listeners are very welcome to join in the discussion or raise a topic of their own.

On this week's programme, we ask the question is there such a thing as a private life any more? With the rise and rise of companies like Facebook with their attendent data gathering companies, are we merely fodder for their data mining activities, or is this the price we pay for what we often erroneously think of as a free" service? No matter what we try and do to avoid our data being spread worldwide

06:00 - 06:30

Media Network plus presented by Keith Perron (repeat)
PCJ's weekly look at the world of communications.

06:30 - 07:00

Focus Asia Pacific presented by Keith Perron (repeat)
PCJ's weekly look at the stories making the news in the Asia Pacific part of the world.

07:00 - 10:00

The Party with Lynn White (repeat)
A mix of oldies and Christian music and conversation. Bring your favorite food and cold drink. It's a Party like no other!

10:00 - 11:00

Eine Kleine Comedy Train Wreck with Shawn Klein (repeat)
Shawn's weekly dose of American and British comedy.

11:00 - 13:00

Sounds Irish with Joe Bollard
A mix of songs and stories from Ireland.

13:00 - 14:00

Serena's Serenade with Serena Schutz
a show containing a wide variety of love songs ranging from romantic love songs to songs from a mother to her child and much more.

14:00 - 15:00

Jazz For the Asking with Keith Perron
A show featuring the best jazz from the last 100 years. Including spotlights on artists who have had major influences on the music form. It also includes interviews with some new talent involved in jazz today.

15:00 - 17:00

Full On Vybz with TimBo (repeat)
TimBo brings you Urban like you've never heard it before Full On Vybz is a mix of Urban music and RnB, bringing you the future hits today mixed with some classics from the past. TimBo regularly plays new & exclusive tracks from some of the worlds hottest artists including Beyonce, Rihanna, NeYo, Robin Thicke and Disclosure; make sure you get it turned up nice and loud.

17:00 - 18:00

Le Show with Harry Shearer
a satirical look at the news presented by American satirist Harry Shearer.

18:00 - 20:00

L.A. Connection presented by Emperor Rosko (repeat)
A 2 hour show combining good music with the latest news and gossip from the film, tv and music world.

20:00 - 21:00

Soul Food with Aad Leeflang
Aad brings you the very best in soul, funk, r & b, house and any other genre that has the flavour of good soul.

21:00 - 22:00

Democracy Now
A daily TV/radio news program, hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.

22:00 - 00:00

My Kind of Music with Joe Bollard (repeat)
A two hour programme of easy on the ear music, that includes many favourite standards, ballads, good country music, a couple of big band tracks, memory joggers, show tunes, and featuring artists such as senatra, streisand, glen campbell, christopherson, the carpenters, all held together with some lively chat, two hours entertainment that shouldn't be missed.

Wednesday

00:00 - 02:00

Journey into Jazz with Chris and Don
Jazz from the 20s until today emphasizing the 40s to 60s.

02:00 - 03:00

The Country Jamboree with Maureen and Michael G. (repeat)
Featuring yesterday's and today's classic country and bluegrass. Email us at
cj@theglobalvoice.info
any time with comments or requests.

03:00 - 05:00

Everything but the Kitchen Sink with Shawn Klein

05:00 - 07:00

Maureen's Cafe with Maureen
Serving up a folk flavored variety mix of music, open for your listening pleasure every Wednesday and Sunday. Get in touch with us by email to
cafe@theglobalvoice.info
for requests or comments when ever you like.

07:00 - 09:00

Chrissie's Country with Chrissie Cochrane (repeat)
playing the very best in country music with some folk and folk rock, all for your listening pleasure.

09:00 - 11:00

Wally World Wide - The WWW show with Wally Harding (broadcast in Gibberish) (repeat)
Music and chat to keep your day on the road.

11:00 - 13:00

Tripledutch with Aad Leeflang (broadcast in Dutch)
A show with music from nowadays with a Dutch flavour.

13:00 - 14:00

Eine Kleine Comedy Train Wreck with Shawn Klein
Shawn's weekly dose of American and British comedy.

14:00 - 16:00

The Fingertip Show with Jorgen Hansson (repeat)

16:00 - 19:00

Rock's in Your Head with Steve Matzura
Three hours of music from classic and prog rock's bygone formative days never sounded so good! If you remember and enjoyed 60's and 70's progressive rock radio, then crank up the man-eating speakers and fill up Steve's mailbox with requests.

19:00 - 21:00

Hits and Oldies with Stewart Ross

21:00 - 22:00

Democracy Now
A daily TV/radio news program, hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.

22:00 - 00:00

Same Time, Same Station with John and Larry Gassman (repeat)
A program in which we play shows from the golden age of radio and interview radio stars, and others who are publishing new books about the people who took part in the wonderful medium of radio in it's golden days.

This week we salute Red Skelton, part 3.

We begin with our continuing serial which is in 13 parts.
Horizons West: from 1965. (04): In To The Unknown.
D Day Coverage: NBC. 06/06/1944.: Fred Waring followed by the Red Skelton Show.
Radio Hall of Fame: 12/12/1943 (002): Carmen Jones. Red Skelton, Ginny Simms, Frank Fay, Harriet Hilliard, Claire Neisen, Muriel Smith.

If you would like to request shows, call: +1 714 449-1958.

Thursday

00:00 - 02:00

Sounds Irish with Joe Bollard (repeat)
A mix of songs and stories from Ireland.

02:00 - 03:00

Jazz For the Asking with Keith Perron (repeat)
A show featuring the best jazz from the last 100 years. Including spotlights on artists who have had major influences on the music form. It also includes interviews with some new talent involved in jazz today.

03:00 - 04:00

Music For the Mountain Bluegrass with Jon 'Chip' Colcord (repeat)
Music for the Mountain Bluegrass is a weekly bluegrass radio program featuring that hard-driving bluegrass sound, with classic and new tunes running the gamut from Bill Monroe to Sierra Hull.

04:00 - 06:00

Lift Those Hands with Lynn White
Encouraging music, thoughts and banter, plus your welcomed requests.

06:00 - 07:00

The Hawaiian Connection with Keao Wright (repeat)
Playing the best in contemporary Hawaiian Music, praise and worship, with a little bit of soul in between from these islands.

07:00 - 07:30

Focus Asia Pacific presented by Keith Perron (repeat)
PCJ's weekly look at the stories making the news in the Asia Pacific part of the world.

07:30 - 07:45

New Horizons
News and views from Blind Citizens Australia.

07:45 - 08:00

TBA

08:00 - 08:30

Harding's Half Hour (repeat) - The Maltby Collection - Series 3, Episode 3, from September 2009 - Starring: Geoffrey Palmer
A sitcom set in a small art museum staffed by eccentrics and obsessives.
In this Episode, Warring curators, wedding cleaners and a dodgy alarm system all add to the unwanted pressure on Walter.

08:30 - 09:00

Eyes On Success with Peter Torpey and Nancy Goodman Torpey
A weekly program of information on the ever changing world of accessibility.

Advances in technology and distribution methods have dramatically impacted how traditional radio reading services deliver content to people who are print impaired and what content is available. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with David Dawson, Executive Director of the Audio Information Network of Colorado, about what services are available.

09:00 - 10:00

Le Show with Harry Shearer (repeat)
a satirical look at the news presented by American satirist Harry Shearer.

10:00 - 11:00

The Great Destinations Radio Show with Keri Jones (repeat)
The Great Destinations Radio Show presents a mix of features, on-location reports, reviews and expert interviews to inspire curious and interested travellers. Each week we share stories and travel tips from two professional travellers - a travel blogger and a travel writer. There's a weekly segment on staycations, hobby holidays and travel technology, too.

In this week's show:

Budapest, Hungary - Keri Jones visits the beautiful city of Budapest. Hungary’s grand capital is formed of two cities Buda and Pest which lie on opposite sides of the Danube river. Budapest’s public transport is an attraction in itself. Keri rides on a UNESCO-listed underground train and he takes the riverside tram ride considered to be one of the worlds most scenic tram routes with its breathtaking views of the old city of Buda on the hillside opposite. Budapest is known for its thermal baths and Keri visits the city’s most popular in Pest. And he goes underground in Buda to visit a nuclear bunker and hospital built by the communist government during the height of the Cold War.

Elba - The tiny island of Elba lies just 10km from the coast of Tuscany in Italy. It’s perhaps best known for its links to a Frenchman - Napoleon - but in recent years, it’s become a retreat for wealthy Italians. Keri spoke to Rob Ashton Kane, from travel specialists Just Corsica, about why you should visit this very special island.

Charleston - Charleston is the historic American southern city with a distinctly British accent. Keri spoke to Jim Morekis, author of the Moon guides to the historic city.

Mostar - Many backpackers head to the affordable Bosnia-Herzegovina destination of Mostar to view a stunning, historic bridge that was reconstructed following the war in the 1990s. And, as Drew Seaman of travel website
DriveOnTheLeft.com
explains, the bridge offers a sporting experience that many visitors might prefer as spectators.

Kiev - We uncover Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. Travel author Lena Tarasyuk says that the city is the cradle of Slavic culture and history and its gold-domed churches have to be viewed.

Essaouria, Morocco - The tiny Moroccan seaside town of Essaouira became famous as a hippy hangout in the 1960’s, with regular visits from musicians like Jimi Hendrix, Cat Stevens and Frank Zappa. But has it retained that alternative charm? Keri spoke to travel writer Julianna Barnaby, who recently visited the town as part of a tour of Morocco. She told me that it’s still a pretty laid back place.

11:00 - 13:00

Full On Vybz with TimBo
TimBo brings you Urban like you've never heard it before Full On Vybz is a mix of Urban music and RnB, bringing you the future hits today mixed with some classics from the past. TimBo regularly plays new & exclusive tracks from some of the worlds hottest artists including Beyonce, Rihanna, NeYo, Robin Thicke and Disclosure; make sure you get it turned up nice and loud.

13:00 - 15:00

My Kind of Music with Joe Bollard (repeat)
A two hour programme of easy on the ear music, that includes many favourite standards, ballads, good country music, a couple of big band tracks, memory joggers, show tunes, and featuring artists such as senatra, streisand, glen campbell, christopherson, the carpenters, all held together with some lively chat, two hours entertainment that shouldn't be missed.

15:00 - 17:00

Journey into Jazz with Chris and Don (repeat)
Jazz from the 20s until today emphasizing the 40s to 60s.

17:00 - 18:00

The Happy Station Show with Keith Perron
A weekly show of music and comment. Produced by PCJ Radio.

18:00 - 19:00

Nash Holos presented by Pawlina (repeat)
Showcasing the best in Ukrainian Canadiana!

19:00 - 20:00

Glamorous Nights of Operetta with Nessa Glen
An invitation to an evening of the best in operetta.

20:00 - 21:00

Radio Ecoshock Show with Alex Smith
A weekly program about the Latest science, authors, issues - from climate change, oceans, forests, pollution, solar storms, the economy, and peace.

Beware Marine Heat Waves! – Breaking science: unreported marine heat waves are striking more often and more violently in the seas. Scientist Eric Oliver explains. Then Mark Eakin, the coordinator of NOAA’s Coral Reef Watch reports the latest science: up to half of the Great Barrier Reef of Australia has died in the longest marine heat wave ever seen. Most of the extra heat we generate with greenhouse gas emissions goes into the ocean. Hidden beneath the waves, that is where the climate action is.

21:00 - 22:00

Democracy Now
A daily TV/radio news program, hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.

22:00 - 22:30

Media Network plus presented by Keith Perron (repeat)
PCJ's weekly look at the world of communications.

22:30 - 23:00

Glenn Hauser's World Of Radio with Glenn Hauser

23:00 - 00:00

Soul Food with Aad Leeflang (repeat)
Aad brings you the very best in soul, funk, r & b, house and any other genre that has the flavour of good soul.

Friday

00:00 - 02:00

Northern Lights with Kelly Sapergia (live)
Featuring two hours of the best relaxing music from independent and mainstream artists.

02:00 - 04:00

This is Jazz with Jim Rawls
Playing all types of jazz from the 1920s to the present time, with an emphasis towards big bands, but all kinds of jazz are represented. We’ll discuss the musicians, singers, and hope that you’ll learn to know them as singers etc. and regular folks as well.

04:00 - 04:30

Eyes On Success with Peter Torpey and Nancy Goodman Torpey (repeat)
A weekly program of information on the ever changing world of accessibility.

Advances in technology and distribution methods have dramatically impacted how traditional radio reading services deliver content to people who are print impaired and what content is available. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with David Dawson, Executive Director of the Audio Information Network of Colorado, about what services are available.

04:30 - 04:45

New Horizons (repeat)
News and views from Blind Citizens Australia.

04:45 - 05:00

TBA

05:00 - 07:00

Chrissie on Air with Chrissie (repeat)
Playing music from all genres with the occasional documentary thrown in: helping to get you through your day.

07:00 - 09:00

Tripledutch with Aad Leeflang (broadcast in Dutch) (repeat)
A show with music from nowadays with a Dutch flavour.

09:00 - 11:00

The Fingertip Show with Jorgen Hansson (live)

11:00 - 12:00

The Liquid Frequency Test with Chip Colcord (repeat)
What if you could flip on the radio every week and instantly be transported back to another time? The Liquid Frequency Test is the trip you are looking for. Join Chip each week as he takes you back to a mystery date, anywhere from 1965 through 1973, and listen in as music evolves from Beatle pop through Acid rock. Listen in to the clues. Vintage news reports, period advertisements, *new* music news, historical events, it's all right here on the Liquid Frequency Test!

12:00 - 15:00

The Party with Lynn White (live)
A mix of oldies and Christian music and conversation. Bring your favorite food and cold drink. It's a Party like no other!

15:00 - 17:00

Chrissie's Country with Chrissie Cochrane (live)
playing the very best in country music with some folk and folk rock, all for your listening pleasure.

17:00 - 17:30

Focus Asia Pacific presented by Keith Perron
PCJ's weekly look at the stories making the news in the Asia Pacific part of the world.

17:30 - 18:00

Monthly Feature - Odds and Sods with Shawn Klein
A half-hour monthly show featuring interesting things and curiosities Shawn has found on the Internet, touching on a variety of subjects. Humanity’s first recordings of its own voice in the 1850s, the US government bouncing shortwave signals off the moon, an old world-war II era film about the use of radio during the war, auditory illusions, alternate musical scales, what noise does an ostrich make? And other unusual and rare sounds, These and much more are fair game on Odds and Sods.

18:00 - 20:00

Wally World Wide - The WWW show with Wally Harding (broadcast in Gibberish)
Music and chat to keep your day on the road.

20:00 - 22:00

Friday on My Mind with Aad Leeflang
A show bringing you music from the 50's and 60's, plus documentaries and the occasional special.

22:00 - 23:00

Democracy Now
A daily TV/radio news program, hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.

23:00 - 00:00

The Kelly Alexander Show with Kelly Alexander
The Kelly Alexander Show keeps you in the loop about what is happening in music and entertainment. We speak to rising stars in the music scene as well as established acts. We also give you behind-the-scenes access, talking to the people that make your favourite stars shine.

Saturday

00:00 - 01:00

The Hawaiian Connection with Keao Wright
Playing the best in contemporary Hawaiian Music, praise and worship, with a little bit of soul in between from these islands.

01:00 - 02:00

Smooth and Easy with Kelly Sapergia (live)
featuring an hour of Smooth Jazz, Chillout and Easy Listening music.

02:00 - 03:00

Music For the Mountain Bluegrass with Jon 'Chip' Colcord
Music for the Mountain Bluegrassis a weekly bluegrass radio program featuring that hard-driving bluegrass sound, with classic and new tunes running the gamut from Bill Monroe to Sierra Hull.

03:00 - 05:00

How We Met with Keith Wonderboy Gardner and DJ Blind Fold (live)
A show playing music from the 1980's, when Felicia, and Keith first met.

05:00 - 06:00

Radio Thrift Shop with DJ Frederick
a thrift shop of sound for the aurally minded.

06:00 - 06:30

Glenn Hauser's World Of Radio with Glenn Hauser (repeat)

06:30 - 07:00

Monthly Feature (repeat) - Odds and Sods with Shawn Klein
A half-hour monthly show featuring interesting things and curiosities Shawn has found on the Internet, touching on a variety of subjects. Humanity’s first recordings of its own voice in the 1850s, the US government bouncing shortwave signals off the moon, an old world-war II era film about the use of radio during the war, auditory illusions, alternate musical scales, what noise does an ostrich make? And other unusual and rare sounds, These and much more are fair game on Odds and Sods.

07:00 - 08:00

The Happy Station Show with Keith Perron (repeat)
A weekly show of music and comment. Produced by PCJ Radio.

08:00 - 10:00

Northern Lights with Kelly Sapergia (repeat)
Featuring two hours of the best relaxing music from independent and mainstream artists.

10:00 - 12:00

Time for Jazz with D J Soul (repeat)
D J Soul presents jazz primarily from the cutting edge, with tracks from new album releases plus a featured group or artist each week.

This week's featured artist is American guitarist Earl Klugh.

12:00 - 13:00

Under the Radar with Dave Trout

13:00 - 15:00

Wandering Minstrels with Jared Ingersol
A weekly program covering a wide variety of folk music, from the traditional, to the contemporary, to the cutting edge - all its offshoots and branches; music from all around the world.

15:00 - 16:00

The Liquid Frequency Test with Chip Colcord
What if you could flip on the radio every week and instantly be transported back to another time? The Liquid Frequency Test is the trip you are looking for. Join Chip each week as he takes you back to a mystery date, anywhere from 1965 through 1973, and listen in as music evolves from Beatle pop through Acid rock. Listen in to the clues. Vintage news reports, period advertisements, *new* music news, historical events, it's all right here on the Liquid Frequency Test!

16:00 - 18:00

Same Time, Same Station with John and Larry Gassman (repeat)
A program in which we play shows from the golden age of radio and interview radio stars, and others who are publishing new books about the people who took part in the wonderful medium of radio in it's golden days.

This week we salute Red Skelton, part 2.

We begin with our continuing serial which is in 13 parts.
Horizons West: from 1965. (03): Dakota Winter.
Command Performance: 08/25/1942 (028): Red Skelton, Betty Hutton.
Paul Whiteman Presents: 06/20/1943 Ep003: Red Skelton.
Mail Call: 09/08/1943 Ep55: Jean Arthur, Ozzie Nelson, Harriet Hillard, Red Skelton, Tito Guizar, Lena Horne, Hi Lo Jack and The Dame.

If you would like to request shows, call: +1 714 449-1958.

18:00 - 19:00

The Great Destinations Radio Show with Keri Jones
The Great Destinations Radio Show presents a mix of features, on-location reports, reviews and expert interviews to inspire curious and interested travellers. Each week we share stories and travel tips from two professional travellers - a travel blogger and a travel writer. There's a weekly segment on staycations, hobby holidays and travel technology, too.

In this week's show:

Budapest, Hungary - Keri Jones visits the beautiful city of Budapest. Hungary’s grand capital is formed of two cities Buda and Pest which lie on opposite sides of the Danube river. Budapest’s public transport is an attraction in itself. Keri rides on a UNESCO-listed underground train and he takes the riverside tram ride considered to be one of the worlds most scenic tram routes with its breathtaking views of the old city of Buda on the hillside opposite. Budapest is known for its thermal baths and Keri visits the city’s most popular in Pest. And he goes underground in Buda to visit a nuclear bunker and hospital built by the communist government during the height of the Cold War.

Elba - The tiny island of Elba lies just 10km from the coast of Tuscany in Italy. It’s perhaps best known for its links to a Frenchman - Napoleon - but in recent years, it’s become a retreat for wealthy Italians. Keri spoke to Rob Ashton Kane, from travel specialists Just Corsica, about why you should visit this very special island.

Charleston - Charleston is the historic American southern city with a distinctly British accent. Keri spoke to Jim Morekis, author of the Moon guides to the historic city.

Mostar - Many backpackers head to the affordable Bosnia-Herzegovina destination of Mostar to view a stunning, historic bridge that was reconstructed following the war in the 1990s. And, as Drew Seaman of travel website
DriveOnTheLeft.com
explains, the bridge offers a sporting experience that many visitors might prefer as spectators.

Kiev - We uncover Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. Travel author Lena Tarasyuk says that the city is the cradle of Slavic culture and history and its gold-domed churches have to be viewed.

Essaouria, Morocco - The tiny Moroccan seaside town of Essaouira became famous as a hippy hangout in the 1960’s, with regular visits from musicians like Jimi Hendrix, Cat Stevens and Frank Zappa. But has it retained that alternative charm? Keri spoke to travel writer Julianna Barnaby, who recently visited the town as part of a tour of Morocco. She told me that it’s still a pretty laid back place.

19:00 - 20:00

Jazz For the Asking with Keith Perron (repeat)
A show featuring the best jazz from the last 100 years. Including spotlights on artists who have had major influences on the music form. It also includes interviews with some new talent involved in jazz today.

20:00 - 22:00

Der Aad Leeflang Mix with Aad Leeflang (broadcast in German)

22:00 - 23:00

Le Show with Harry Shearer (repeat)
a satirical look at the news presented by American satirist Harry Shearer.

23:00 - 00:00

Gigsville with Andy Bungay
London-based musician and writer Andy Bungay has a canter through new and returning multi-genre musical excellence coming your way on tour soon, sometimes recalling offbeat encounters along the way. Well-known names and stuff off the beaten track that knows where its coming from . You're very welcome to share your suggestions and gig experiences if you're visually impaired, or things you love and things you find you're starting to love.