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.
Get your history lesson with this incredible slideshow! Most of these photos were before CKUT even had a license and courtesy of the McGill Daily. CKUT got its FM licence in Nov. 16th 1987 but students were experimenting with radio since the 40s!
Skater Dykes – MTL Skateboarding Group
Produced by: Ronit & Melanie
Turn up your volume ’cause this audio’s O-L-D! In this clip two women, part of an all-dyke Montreal skating crew, talk about what it means to be a female skater. What do you do when you love the hardcore scene and skateboarding, but are totally sick of standing on the sidelines and watching the boys skate? What do you do when a man walks by you skateboarding and tells you a real woman should be wearing red lipstick and standing by her boyfriend’s side? Start a skateboarding crew of your own! As a result of Skater Dykes, these skateboarding ladies feel empowered even when faced with discrimination from passersby and male skaters. WARNING: featuring some delicious sonic gems from X-Ray Spex + spreading love for thrash, punk & hardcore.
Interview with The Sugarcubes
Produced by: Lorrie Edmonds
Members Einar Benediktsson and Magga Örnólfsdóttir talk with Lorrie about their uncertainty as The Sugarcubes, their publishing company Bad Taste, the music scene in Iceland. Their life on tour is one that amuses them – everything from the hotel rooms to the limousines! They also explain how money has become the drive for the band. Listen to find out more what they truly mean.
Howard “Stretch” Carr and Faithlyn Sankar interview the one and only Jimmy Cliff. This interview took place July 28th 2012 for CKUT radio show West Indian Rhythms. They cover the inspiration behind The Harder They Come and Many Rivers to Cross, riots in Brixton, and his commitment to uplifting his audience.
This piece of radio inspired the Clip of the Week. It was/is that good. Clip of the Week is CKUT’s way of highlighting some of the sounds, ideas, personalities that define us. You can find more of them on our website. This clip, from Bhum Bhum Time is a discussion about racial profiling in Montreal. Sadly the “hoodie march” spoken of was cancelled because of concerns about the safety of participants.
In this clip Pat Dillon aka Sistah P is speaking to Reverend Gray. They discuss the student strike, Trevor Martin, and being ticketed for being black in Montreal.
Special on Critical Mass
Date: June 15, 2010
Produced by: CKUT
Montreal bicycle riders talk not only about their bike experiences but why they decide to ride especially in events such as critical masses. But what is a critical mass? The host of the special goes into full detail on its creation and the political message behind its invention. Each rider featured in the special shares their own unique take on what biking represents to them and their environment. Our host also explores the ways our societies have become adapted to promote automobiles over any other type of transportation. Find out about car-bicycle relationships in other places like Vietnam and Bogotá too!