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Access Day Live Video Stream at 5 p.m. Today!

On May 21, CiTR adds to the experience of radio.  From 12-6 p.m. join us for CiTR’s very first Access Day and our very first live video stream which takes place during the last hour of this special broadcast.  Watch CiTR at 5-6 p.m. right from our website courtesy of the Extraenvironmentalist, a weekly radio program airing Wednesdays from 2-3 p.m.

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Access Day is 6 hours of programming featuring content that is about accessibility, self- advocacy, social accessibility, adaptive programming and more!

Guests will include:

  • The Rick Hansen Society http://www.rickhansen.com/
  • VAMS http://www.vams.org/
  • The UBC School of Community and Regional Planning http://www.scarp.ubc.ca/
  • and more!

8-5x11CiTR works to foster and sustain a safe and inclusive environment for our members, volunteers, guests and supporters. We reflect the UBC campus, the city, and the multicultural/multiracial nature of both, and honour an inclusive, healthy and dynamic society in which each person, regardless of background, experience or circumstance, is able to participate and benefit in varying capacities.

CiTR’s Access Day programming focuses on these commitments through the content and voices of our guests, bringing these values, and the associated challenges, to the minds and ears of our listeners, volunteers, and programmers.

Bepi Crespan Presents…

On this Sunday morning’s Bepi Crespan Presents… (0700 – 0900 PDT) – New Martin Gore, Yannick Dauby, Lifted, Sagat, Man Power, Agents of Time, Autopsia and Benoit Pioulard.
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Call in anytime during the show – 604-822-2487 – to enter your name to win tickets to see Laibach live at the Rickshaw Theatre, Wednesday, 27 May 2015.

 Bepi Crespan and CITR…start your Sunday Brunch off right!

Métis in Space

Join us for a special live taping of the podcast Métis in Space from the UBC Longhouse, on unceded Musqueam Territory.

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What happens when two Metis women, who happen to be sci-fi nerds, drink wine and deconstruct the science fiction genre from a decolonial lens? Molly Swain & Chelsea Vowel break down tropes, themes & the hidden meanings behind the whitest genre of film & television we’ve ever known. Métis in Space are unapologetically Indigenous, unabashedly female, unblinkingly nerdy, and unwaveringly in love with Dune.

/http://www.indianandcowboy.com/metis-in-space-podcast/

Live from the UBC Longhouse!

May 19, 1-4pm

Admission is free!

Light refreshments will be provided.

 

The Firehall Arts Centre presents “God and the Indian”

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Starting next week from May 20-30 the Firehall Arts Centre presents “God and the Indian”, a play that confronts Canada’s grievous past of the residential school system. Acclaimed Aboriginal playwright Drew Hayden Taylor’s notably flippant humour explores the tumultuous reality of strength and recovery of a Cree woman who cannot escape her past.

“God and the Indian” runs from May 20-30 at the Firehall Arts Centre located at 280 E. Cordova St. Tickets can be purchased at firehallartscentre.ca.

There is a half-price preview on May 20 at 8 PM and a pay-what-you-can matinee May 27.

For the Facebook event, click here.

For more information visit firehallartscentre.ca.

Sponsored by CiTR and Discorder Magazine.

The 2013-2014 Annual Report is Here!

The 2013-2014 annual report is here! Check out the report for an overview of all that went on at CiTR and Discorder from September 2013 to August 2014. There are some fantastic photos, recaps and outlines of all of the incredible things that our programmers, volunteers and staff have accomplished in the past year. See what you invested in!

Designed by Paul Bucci.

We’re Hiring Again!

hiring!Want to work at CiTR or Discorder Magazine?

We’ve extended the deadline for the Discorder Editor position – plan and edit the content of our monthly music, art and culture magazine! Lead a team of editors, writers, artists and photographers! Read the job posting, and apply by Sunday, May 24.
We’re also hiring a spoken word coordinator! This person will work with all programmers to improve the spoken word skills and quality of spoken word programming on our airwaves. Read the job posting and apply by Sunday, May 24th.
And we’re also looking for a new web editor for Discorder magazine! This is a volunteer position, and involves curating our WordPress website. They will coordinate with Discorder’s Editor, Art Director and CiTR’s Advertising Coordinator to upload each new issues content to the Discorder website. Check out the job posting and apply by Friday May 20.

Nardwuar The Human Serviette Presents…

Bepi Crespan gets behind the wheels of steel on Friday’s Nardwuar The Human Serviette Presents…

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On deck – classic Front 242, Die Krupps, John Oswald / Plunderphonics, 70’s / 80’s Pakistani Pop, Underground Italo Cold Wave, Tropical Disco Hustle, plus more from ¡Chicas! Vol 2. Spanish Female Singers 1963-1978.

Tune in from 3:30 – 5:00 PM PDT on Friday May 8

CiTR’s First Annual Access Day!

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Join us on Thursday May 21st for CiTR’s very first Access Day!

From 12pm-6pm listen on the air at 101.9FM or online at citr.ca for 6 hours of programming featuring content that is about accessibility, self- advocacy, social accessibility, adaptive programming and more!

Guests will include:

  • The Rick Hansen Society http://www.rickhansen.com/
  • VAMS http://www.vams.org/
  • The UBC School of Community and Regional Planning http://www.scarp.ubc.ca/
  • and more!

CiTR works to foster and sustain a safe and inclusive environment for our members, volunteers, guests and supporters. We reflect the UBC campus, the city, and the multicultural/multiracial nature of both, and honour an inclusive, healthy and dynamic society in which each person, regardless of background, experience or circumstance, is able to participate and benefit in varying capacities.

CiTR’s Access Day programming focuses on these commitments through the content and voices of our guests, bringing these values, and the associated challenges, to the minds and ears of our listeners, volunteers, and programmers.

You’re invited to our new station opening party!

web-adAfter 46 years in the SUB, CiTR and Discorder will be moving into a new station in the new Student Union Building. We’re inviting members, friends, donors, fans and alumni to be a part of it! Alumni will have the chance to host shows throughout the weekend, participate in the last broadcast in Room 233, and parade to the first broadcast in our new studios! We hope you can join us.

 

Check out the details and register for the event!

Bepi Crespan Presents…

benoit_prism2015_NicoCoxOn this Sunday morning’s Bepi Crespan Presents… (0700 – 0900 PDT) – Classic Severed Heads, plus new music from Martin Gore, Danielle De Picciotto (Ministry of Wolves / Crime and the City Solution), Yannick Dauby, Aidan Baker and Benoit Pioulard.

Bepi Crespan and CITR…start your Sunday Brunch off right!