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The sun has set on another amazing edition of the Student Radio Marathon. Yesterday, we were privileged to welcome students of all ages, experiences, nationalities, musical interests, academic paths, and much more. It was a joy to welcome them to our humble studio – and hopefully a sign of future involvement with the station! Check out the links below to listen back to the twenty-one (!!!) different programs we featured this year.
Rachel and Francine discussing faith and inner-city activism
Gurpuneet and Harmeet sharing Sikh music and mantras
Lil’ Raspy and J-Dog playing tunes and talking about the Cheese Museum
Dru spinning some glam, new wave, disco, and more
Joe talking Super Smash Bros.
Ezra showcasing some of the weirdest music out there
Nick and Joe trading punches about movies
Miranda and Karla from GESA hyping their group’s events
DJ Mr. Noodles rocking tunes from around the world
Timi and Wumi sharing insights from the Nigerian Students’ Association
Thomas playing live acoustic tunes of his own making
Oluwatofunmi giving a brief but energetic snapshot of African culture
Razia giving us a dose of fun and inspiration
Seventh Star presenting Spirit Radio – songs of faith and Indigenous language revitalization
Tyler. Doom. That is all.
Four reps from the Bangladeshi Student’s Association sharing stories and music
Karla and Marie promoting the Youth Parliament of Manitoba
Cory Coyote bringing us on a nostalgic musical journey
Vicente praising the mighty Diane Warren
Kate and Izzy reciting some late-night poetry
Michelle wrapping up the night with Zimbabwean jams!
The 6th? 7th? 8th? annual Student Radio Marathon is nigh, dear listeners. We’ve got a real who’s who of U of W smarty-pants who are going to be jumping into the studio tomorrow (Wednesday) and making radio content for us all to enjoy. Never fear, your regular favourite programs will be back next Wednesday, fresh off a bye week. For now, get excited about the following:
7:30am: Gurpreet shares some insight on Sikhism
8:00am: Jenna has tunes, talk, and weather
8:30am: Dru brings some glam and new wave to the air
10:30am: Joe talks Super Smash Bros – and a related charity event
11:00am: Ezra keeps it weird with a selection of instrumental music
12:00pm: Seneca brings us back down to earth with some relaxing tunes
1:00pm: Miranda and Karla chat about the Geography and Environment Students’ Association
1:30pm: Danny plays music. We’re told it will be enjoyable
3:00pm: Thomas has live music and a guest from Manitoba Youth for Climate Action
3:30pm: Oluwatofunmi shares a selection of African music and culture
4:00pm: Razia provides your dose of inspiration and motivation for the day
4:30pm: Aimee is on the yoga, wellness, and health beat
6:00pm: Tyler plays some heavy stuff – beware!
7:30pm: Reza and the Bangladeshi Students’ Association will sing and play some songs
8:30pm: Karla discussing the Youth Parliament of Manitoba
9:00pm: Cory does what Cory does
10:00pm: Vicente presents the Diane Warren half-hour of power
11:00pm: Michelle closes out the day with a Zimbabwean musical medley
Phew! This ain’t no sprint, listener. Hope you tune in.
As we look ahead to commemorating Remembrance Day, we are happy to reprise our broadcast of Letters: A Radio Play, produced and recorded right here in our studios. We premiered it last year for this same occasion, and will be airing it this year, on Monday at noon.
Letters is a radio play written by local playwright Brian Langlotz. It’s inspired by real events of World War II, featuring those of the playwright’s family members who served as soldiers in that conflict. Come follow the journey of Paul Bailey, played by Jordan Phillips, a Canadian soldier fighting his way through Italy during World War II, and his wife Betty, portrayed by Elizaveta Katykhina, waiting for him to return, as told through the letters they send each other.