CIUT-FM offers a wide and diverse selection of music and spoken word programs 24 hours a day programmed by some of the most influential radio show hosts anywhere.
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Students of the University of Toronto’s School of Public Policy analyze the news of the day with a fine tooth comb.
Music..Interviews..Blessings and more... DJ Patrick Roots' Reggae Riddims radio show on CIUT 89.5 FM is considered one of the seminal live reggae broadcast shows in Canada. He rotates the freshest selections of reggae music, interspersed with...
The best thing you’ll here at 6am.
Old and new angles of jazz, from traditional Bebop to Ballads to Afro Latin,Brazilian, Soul, Funk and new fusions of todays jazz integration.
The program will cover varied topics primarily dealing with Women in politics. Women at all three levels, municipal, provincial and federal will be guests. Themes will be feminist centered.
Roots or contemporary acoustic; it’s still folk music.
Issues for, about, and by the African community. The show looks at issues affecting the African woman and her family.
Music that can’t be ignored. Listen to strange, bizarre, and sometimes disturbing tracks from around the world. Profiling the best and brightest new releases.
Discover rare classical music gems and hear great stories too.