Pride Week 2019 ~ LGBTQIA2S+ Pride Programming


Welcome to Pride Week at CiTR! From Monday, July 29 to Sunday, August 4 tune into CiTR 101.9FM or at throughout the day for some all queer content! And there’s more to be announced!

Check out the schedule below…

Monday, July 29

4pm-5pm ~ Shoes On A Wire

Lucie from Diva Plavalaguna joins me live to curate the show and talk Pride at Red GAYte!

5pm-6pm ~ Deliberate Noise

Event listings and punk tunes for Pride from Nina Panini and Special Guest Clare!

7pm-9pm ~ Exploding Head Movies

This week gak brings you the M83 soundtrack along with Coil, adding in some Wendy Carlos scores outside of Stanley Kubrick films I’ve profiled in the past along with other soundtrack music from queer films like Milk and Carol.


Tuesday, July 30

8am-10am ~ QueerFM

One of the longest running LGBTQ+ radio shows in Canada, QueerFM blends current events, human interests, arts, news and entertainment with a focus on LGBTQ+ involvement and community building.

10am-11am ~ Dragged Out

Where has all the drag in Vancouver gone? Max Collins explores the city’s drag community in the wake of multiple venue closures. Listen with headphones.

4pm-5pm ~ teachable moments

watch and learn noobs as dork spins some gay af tunes from across canada etc. this is objectively cool.

5pm-6pm ~ Into the Woods

A full hour of queer-fronted rock to cry to and/or dance to (I won’t judge).

11pm-12am ~ Stranded

Our favourite Aussie radio host brings us a playlist of Aussie LGBTQ+ music to celebrate Pride Week in Vancouver!


Wednesday, July 31

2pm-3pm ~ Unceded Airwaves, NDN Auntie Dating Advice

From the Unceded Airwaves archives, one of our favourite all time episodes: “we anwered all of your dating problems, platonic problems, and sexual problems. From hickeys, to self love, to how dominance is related to colonialism- we answered all of your questions. Not all of them are good answers, but we answered them. Thank you to our guests, Sam Nock and Emily Riddle for being so open and vulnerable with you all. Thank you to our co-hosts Autumn Schnell, Ben Chung, and Madeson Singh for showing up every week to bring you Unceded Airwaves on CiTR 101.9FM.”

5pm-6pm ~ The Arts Report

We are having an interview with the creator and a mentee of the CURRENT: Feminist Electronic Art Symposium mentorship program which seeks to represent women and non-binary voices. We are also doing an event preview for Pride in China Town which is happening on August 1st.

10:30pm-12:30am ~ Andyland Radio with Andrew Willis



Thursday, August 1

11am-12pm ~ u do u radio

Tracks solely from artists who represent the LGBTQIA2S+ community and promo for the Celebrities Pride Party on August 3!

12pm-1pm ~ Duncan’s Donuts

An all Pride special, featuring all LGBTQIA2S+ artists and hyping the Pride at Red GAYte event


Friday, August 2

9am-11am ~ Mixtapes With Mc and Mac

Queer history rigamarole.

12pm-1pm ~ Dave Radio With Radio Dave (on the radio)

An interview with Stephanie Goodwin, the executive director of the Vancouver Queer Film Festival.

1pm-2pm ~ Too Dreamy

oh hey. i made this mixtape for you. i hope you like it. um i totally have a crush on you. maybe you like me too? xo audrey.

3:30pm-5pm ~ Nardwuar the Human Serviette Presents…

Rebraodcast of interview with Genesis P-Orridge.

5pm-6pm ~ Democracy Watch

We’re covering a Queer history exhibit held at Irving K Barber and doing a segment on “corporate Pride” in Vancouver.

6pm-7:30pm ~ Friday Night Fever

Queer Disco Pride.

10pm-11pm ~ Canada Post Rock

Segment of Indigenous LGBTQIA2S+ artists.


Saturday, August 3



Sunday, August 4



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. 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.
We acknowledge that this event takes place on occupied, traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples – specifically the sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations.