Vince Tinguely current host of the radio show Kitchen Kitchen Bang Bang Tuesdays noon – 2pm , previous co-host of Victorious and Invincible and previous to that In from the Cold. AT CKUT’s 25th Anniversary event, Vince read a piece about what it was like to be a part of campus community radio when C/C radio was still in diapers.
As you may have heard, CKUT had a pretty great party to celebrate our 25 years on air. One of the highlights was a unique rap written & performed live by Logic Johnson, host of Listen You Smell Something. It was a one-time only performance but it’s too good to not share. Check it out!
The Wednesday Morning After show soaks in some morning sun rays with Janice Dayle – founder of Positive Vibes. Since 1983, Janice has been involved with the station being witness to its evolution into the infamous CKUT. She explains how the station became and continues to be the strongest supporter of all types of Black music in Montreal. Don’t forget to tune into Positive Vibes Thursdays 3pm to 5pm and Bhum Bhum Time Sundays at 4pm.
In a sense, [CKUT] was the same as it is now – a big happy family.
– Janice Dayle, 25 years with CKUT
The Tuesday Morning Show chatted with Sheldon Harvey about his 25 years at the station and radio in general. The International Radio Report host explains the irony of his show and why listener input is so significant. Harvey also delves into the shocking and dirty business that is commercial radio. Remember to tune into The International Radio Report Sundays at 10:30am!
There’s one technology that’s remained constant. And that’s radio.
-Sheldon Harvey, 25 years with CKUT
The Monday edition of The Morning After Show talked with the 20 year vet Rufo Valencia of his experiences working with CKUT. He walks us through how he ended up at the great 90.3, his various positions, and what he hopes for the future of the station. Rufo also expresses the importance of new volunteers at the station on how they keep him and radio fresh and young.
CKUT so far, because its based on the efforts of volunteers, it’s a free discourse. And that’s pretty much at the essence of freedom in a way.
– Rufo Valencia, 20 years with CKUT