Trent Radio Summer 2021
Programme Guide and Broadcast Schedule

find us at 92.7Mhz / by Internet TrentRadio.CA
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Summer Season: 2 May - 21 Aug 2021. All times Eastern;  at: 20210504
Broadcasting Radio Free Peterborough at "out of schedule" times

Director of Operations: Rob Hailman rhailman@trentradio.ca
Director of Programming & RRFGM: Jill Staveley jstaveley@trentradio.ca

Office Hours: email info@trentradio.ca

SUNDAY

SU 1030-1130 The All Saints Radio Hour
Cormac Culkeen culkeencormac@gmail.com
All Saints' Anglican Church youth@allsaintspeterborough.org
A Radio Service of Morning Prayer, from the All Saints' Anglican Church, Peterborough. This program allows you to enjoy beautiful liturgy, sacred scripture, inspiring teaching, and traditional music, even if you can't leave your home. All Saints' Radio Hour will also include interviews, encouragement and participation from members of the parish, and the local community.

SU 1800-1830 chARTlie
Charlie Watson thecharliestore@icloud.com
Join Charlie as she explores artists, art styles and techniques, and chats with local artists.

SU 1830-1900 Chat with Musicians
Meara Watson darlastarvey@gmail.com
Join Meara as she chats with Musicians to learn about their songs, instruments and what they're doing when they can't be touring.

SU 1900-1930 Pen Pals
Jill Staveley darlastarvey@gmail.com
Mathias Kom
Tune in each week to hear audio letters that we’ve sent back and forth, and tunes that remind us of times and places and stories and each other.

SU 1930-2100 Sunday Night Arts
Jill Staveley & friends jstaveley@trentradio.ca
An Open Form space for local arts coverage, promotion, engagement and presentation. Maybe a radio Open Mic? Maybe an interview with local artists? Maybe a presentation of new audio works? Want to get involved? Send your content to: info@trentradio.ca with a description of the segment (artist name, topic, song titles in order if relevant - etc), or email to figure out how you can get involved.

MONDAY

MO 800-900 Red Morning Radio
Trent Radio Staff info@trentradio.ca
Honour, pride, strength, humility, joy and the odd joke embodied and carried by voices and drum

MO 1100-1130 Smooth Operator
Volunteer Operator psa@trentradio.ca
Community Announcements, Upcoming Events, Local PSAs - it's all here to keep you in the loop. Send your listing to psa@trentradio.ca for inclusion, or call 705-748-4761 to record an announcement in your own voice.

MO 1130-1200 Producer Oriented
Laurel Paluck lpaluck@trentradio.ca
Producer Oriented presents: voices of our communities a collection of stories and recordings produced as part of a project funded by the Community Radio Fund of Canada's Radiometres program.

MO 1200-1300 Insight Peterborough
Devon Wilkins theharness@bell.net
Insight Peterborough is a show that explores issues of interest to people with disabilities, and their allies.

MO 1300-1400 We Like Stuff, and So Should You
Brendan Parsram brendanparsram@gmail.com
Melissa Hennig melissahennig@trentu.ca
We're just a couple of folks that love stuff - and we're here to tell you about it!

MO 1400-1430 Smooth Operator
Volunteer Operator psa@trentradio.ca
Local announcements & community information. Send us your PSA to psa@trentradio.ca

MO 1800-1830 Smooth Operator
Volunteer Operator psa@trentradio.ca
Community Announcements, Upcoming Events, Local PSAs - it's all here to keep you in the loop. Send your listing to psa@trentradio.ca for inclusion, or call 705-748-4761 to record an announcement in your own voice.

MO 2000-2100 Soultictactics
Natalie Blake natalie@doingthemusic.com
Jason Stabler jason.stabler@gmail.com
Enjoy 60 minutes of fantastic r&b soul music ranging from the old school era to the new school era. At Soultictactics, it's our prime objective to showcase Canadian R&B talent during each episode. Live interviews from artists, local venues, anything music related to help all of our Soultictacticians get their fill of what's happening in our beloved music industry.

MO 2100-2200 The Last DJ Radio Hour
Chris Collins fattychris@hotmail.com
The Last DJ Radio Hour - A show that patterns itself after the Tom Petty song the program is named for. "There goes the last DJ/Who plays what he wants to play/And says what he wants to say". As a collector of music for thirty plus years its a way for me to share some of the gems I have been lucky enough to find over the years. It's all about the love of music.

MO 2200-2230 Long Road
Steven Martin stevenhenrymartin1@gmail.com
A series about interconnections between places and people though time

TUESDAY

TU 800-900 Red Morning Radio
Trent Radio Staff info@trentradio.ca
Honour, pride, strength, humility, joy and the odd joke embodied and carried by voices and drum

TU 1100-1130 Smooth Operator
Volunteer Operator psa@trentradio.ca
Community Announcements, Upcoming Events, Local PSAs - it's all here to keep you in the loop. Send your listing to psa@trentradio.ca for inclusion, or call 705-748-4761 to record an announcement in your own voice.

TU 1400-1430 Smooth Operator
Volunteer Operator psa@trentradio.ca
Local announcements & community information. Send us your PSA to psa@trentradio.ca

TU 1800-1830 Smooth Operator
Volunteer Operator psa@trentradio.ca
Community Announcements, Upcoming Events, Local PSAs - it's all here to keep you in the loop. Send your listing to psa@trentradio.ca for inclusion, or call 705-748-4761 to record an announcement in your own voice.

TU 1900-2000 Cultivate Love and Listen
Tyler Watson mrtylerwatson@gmail.com
Cultivate Love and Listen with your host Tyler Watson, brings great music, beautiful memories, fun readings, a lot of laughs and live music to the airwaves for your listening pleasure. Enjoy!

TU 2000-2100 Jazztictactics
Natalie Blake natalie@doingthemusic.com
Enjoy 60 minutes of fantastic jazz music ranging from the old school era to the new school era. At Jazztictactics, it's our prime objective to showcase Canadian Jazz talent during each episode. Live interviews from artists, local venues, anything music related to help all of our Jazztictacticians get their fill of what's happening in our beloved music industry.

TU 2100-2200 Bottom40in40
Justin Evangelho bottom40in40@gmail.com
Taking the fellow Trent radio listener on a different musical journey each week, this program will be centred around a review of one specific album by an underground Canadian artist/band. Showcasing the best tracks off of said album, this program’s objective is to help underground artists and underground music rise to a semi-surface level of recognition because of its quality musicianship. Tune in, and you won’t be disappointed.

TU 2200-2230 Mule Train
Rob Wilkes rob@bigskydesign.ca
All aboard the Mule Train! Leaving the station Tuesdays at 10 pm, this program features the best of reggae, from early rock steady to the latest beats of the socially conscious young lions and lionesses of Jamaica's favourite export.

WEDNESDAY

WE 800-900 Red Morning Radio
Trent Radio Staff info@trentradio.ca
Honour, pride, strength, humility, joy and the odd joke embodied and carried by voices and drum

WE 900-1000 The Sean Eyre Show (with a Dash of Jill)
Sean Eyre seangordon1939@yahoo.com
Jill Staveley darlastarvey@gmail.com
Tune in for your weekly dose of Sunshine, local comment & nostalgic music.

WE 1000-1100 Great Canadian Covers
Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay sjohnstonlindsay@trentu.ca
"Great Canadian Covers" is a weekly deep dive into the work of Canadian musicians and the many covers and artists that they have inspired. This show's conviction is that cover songs are about relations not only between the artists themselves but about the histories and social contexts in which they are writing. This show will demonstrate the widespread influence of Canadian musical artists in a national and international context.

WE 1100-1130 Smooth Operator
Volunteer Operator psa@trentradio.ca
Local announcements & community information. Send us your PSA to psa@trentradio.ca

WE 1400-1430 Smooth Operator
Volunteer Operator psa@trentradio.ca
Community Announcements, Upcoming Events, Local PSAs - it's all here to keep you in the loop. Send your listing to psa@trentradio.ca for inclusion, or call 705-748-4761 to record an announcement in your own voice.

WE 1500-1600 Environmental Soup
Robert Gibson robertgibson@trentu.ca
This show explores environmental, social or economic (related to sustainability) topics, organizations, people and laws and how they may relate to a local context. In addition, this show encourages active participation in environmental decision making by highlighting ways to get involved.

WE 1800-1830 Smooth Operator
Volunteer Operator psa@trentradio.ca
Local announcements & community information. Send us your PSA to psa@trentradio.ca

WE 1830-1900 Dining with Davey!
Dave Jordens djordens@hotmail.com
Missy Knott missyknottmusic@gmail.com
Dave Jordens, Wild Rice Records restaurant and food critic, reviews new, old and notable restaurants in Nogojiwanong (Peterborough). Dave will also takes us on a journey in his home cooking, and other community members at home dishes. Sometimes, Dave will have support and help from co-host and producer, Missy Knott, who will try new things, learn, teach, cook and explore.

WE 1900-2000 Op Shop
Caleb Clawson calebclawson@trentu.ca
Brazil Gaffney Knox brazil.gaffney.knox@gmail.com
The Op Shop is an overt CIA operation to co-opt political movements globally. Each week we will research a political record label, movement, or moment to advance the intelligence interests of our country and broadcast without making any effort to conceal our foreign policy intentions.

WE 2000-2100 SNAP
Scott Archibald scottarch316@gmail.com
Nick Sorrie cwnsorrie@gmail.com
Rock out with your hawks out! Tune in each week to Slick Nick and Archie's Picks (SNAP) for a heavy dose of punk and metal!

WE 2100-2200 The Antidote
Dave Hawkins dave@theantidoteradio.com
Dispelling the myth that Christian music sucks. Covering genres from indie folk to metal. The Antidote meets with the artists who create the music.

WE 2200-2400 HiphopTictactics
Jordan Valters jordanvalters@trentu.ca
Jason Stabler hhtttradio@gmail.com
Local Hiphop show that promotes community events and involvement - both as artists, promoters and/or volunteers.

THURDSAY

TH 800-900 Red Morning Radio
Trent Radio Staff info@trentradio.ca
Honour, pride, strength, humility, joy and the odd joke embodied and carried by voices and drum

TH 1100-1130 Smooth Operator
Volunteer Operator psa@trentradio.ca
Community Announcements, Upcoming Events, Local PSAs - it's all here to keep you in the loop. Send your listing to psa@trentradio.ca for inclusion, or call 705-748-4761 to record an announcement in your own voice.

TH 1300-1400 CanAedan
Aedan Shaughnessy aedanshaughnessy@gmail.com
Join Aedan Shaughnessy weekly as he showcases Canadian Content music curated by astrological sign - with very special guests

TH 1400-1430 Smooth Operator
Volunteer Operator psa@trentradio.ca
Local announcements & community information. Send us your PSA to psa@trentradio.ca

TH 1800-1830 Smooth Operator
Volunteer Operator psa@trentradio.ca
Community Announcements, Upcoming Events, Local PSAs - it's all here to keep you in the loop. Send your listing to psa@trentradio.ca for inclusion, or call 705-748-4761 to record an announcement in your own voice.

TH 1900-2000 Amplifying Our Voices!
Missy Knott missyknottmusic@gmail.com
Each of the episodes of Amplifying Our Voices connects songwriters with knowledge keepers, educators with musicians, and artists from other mediums in order to share ideas, with the end result being a show of collaboration and community. Hosted by Missy Knott, an Anishnaabe Kwe from Curve Lake FN and produced by Wild Rice Records.

TH 2000-2100 Pints & Politics
Bill Templeman bill.templeman@gmail.com
Pints & Politics is an open discussion of political issues at any level of government that affect the Peterborough community. We feature interviews with experts and activists of all stripes, plus phone-in question-answer session with our audience

TH 2100-2230 Blues Themes Delivered by The Milkman
Blake Frazer bfrazer@cogeco.ca
Blues music lovers and lovers of music in general are invited to listen weekly for Blues music presented in themes around a certain subject matter. Vocalists and musicians from many decades will be featured to present their unique perspective on Blues traditions and subject matter and how they influenced later generations of music artists. Some shows will include interviews with contemporary Blues artists. Tune in weekly for Blues Themes Delivered By The Milkman

TH 2230-2300 Electronic Sound
Rob Hailman robhailman@gmail.com
Experiments in DIY electronic music design & production

FRIDAY

FR 800-900 Red Morning Radio
Trent Radio Staff info@trentradio.ca
Honour, pride, strength, humility, joy and the odd joke embodied and carried by voices and drum

FR 900-1000 Country Spotlight
John Morris john.morris1998@gmail.com
Lyn Morris tadandgayle@gmail.com
Our program plays classic country hits plus many rare and alternate album cuts.

FR 1100-1130 Smooth Operator
Volunteer Operator psa@trentradio.ca
Community Announcements, Upcoming Events, Local PSAs - it's all here to keep you in the loop. Send your listing to psa@trentradio.ca for inclusion, or call 705-748-4761 to record an announcement in your own voice.

FR 1130-1200 Salad Bar
Carolyn Matheson carolynmatheson@trentu.ca
SALAD BAR, hosted by Fourth Year Trent University Student Carolyn Matheson, Is exactly as the tittle suggests! A plethora of diverse and exciting new content every week. Ranging from art collectives to Weekly Interviews, Student produced music to comedy. Grab a plate and tune into Salad Bar.

FR 1400-1430 Smooth Operator
Volunteer Operator psa@trentradio.ca
Local announcements & community information. Send us your PSA to psa@trentradio.ca

FR 1600-1700 Archive Anarchy Hour
Grayden Hatherly graydenhatherly@trentu.ca
Grant Jacobs grant.my.wish359@gmail.com
Tune in every week as hosts Gray and Grant take you on a musical journey through Trent Radio's weird, wacky, and wonderful digital archives. They'll pull tunes they've never heard from the digital archives and react live on air! Find out what sort of music local artists have created and more importantly, if they should have.

FR 1700-1800 Redeye City - Impression Extension
David Redvers dredvers@hotmail.com
Redeye Citys Impression Extension is talk radio show who's host David frequently dives into topics ranging from awareness, subconscious, decision making, perspective, yoga, health and wellness and beyond. Davids recent travels abroad have help shape his local and global perspectives and he shares with us the tools he uses in order to look at life, and situations from a broad scope allowing him to challenge the stereotypes society has ingrained in all of us. Follow along as David continues to explore the never ending rabbit hole of self discovery as well as interviews he conducts with related participants.

FR 1800-1830 Smooth Operator
Volunteer Operator psa@trentradio.ca
Local announcements & community information. Send us your PSA to psa@trentradio.ca

FR 1830-1900 Rebellious Healing
Nessa Rebel nessa.hayes.ptbo@gmail.com
Curious about starting your healing journey? Dive deeper with me, Nessa Rebel a Canadian, 30-something single mom, as I jumps into healing with plant medicine, and breaks down myths about what it really means to do your own healing work, witchy things, boundaries, dating, sex and sexuality, garending, and trying to survive in a pandemic. Each week, I invite an amazing guest to join in on the real and raw conversations about breaking the spells that bind us, physically, emotionally and spiritually. If I can do it, so can you! Listen each week for tips and tricks and lots of honesty and learn from my mistakes and successes!

FR 1900-2000 Magneto Reception
Nicole Burton nicoleburton@trentu.ca
Katja Drost katjadrost@trentu.ca
A show documenting the exchanges of a long distance friendship over the course of the summer, with one host in the Yukon and the other in Peterborough. The goal of the show is to share music with each other and the community. Music has the power to document periods of time, transition, and relationships to place.

FR 2000-2100 The IT Couple - Intimacy & Trauma
Alisha Fisher alisha.jj.fisher@gmail.com
Jocelyn Enright jocelynenright@trentu.ca
As human beings, we thrive on our emotional, physical, sexual and spiritual connections to ourselves and one another. However, previous experiences of trauma can leave us feeling a sense of disconnect. Navigating the harm in our lives takes great time, energy and effort. Join Alisha Fisher, International Relationship Coach PhD Student, and Jocelyn Enright, Trauma Researcher and Crisis Support Coordinator, as they discuss the interplay of Intimacy and Trauma. This show will be filled with discussions of the impacts trauma and the intersections of sexual intimacy that will be fueled with hope, guidance, healing and strength. **Content Warning: Discussions of Trauma, Sexual Violence, and Sexual Content

FR 2100-2200 Otonabeats
Ryan Mclean Purdon Otonabeatsradio@gmail.com
Em Minthorn otonabeatsradio@gmail.com
Rudy Fischer otonabeatsradio@gmail.com
A weekly dance party showcasing local DJ's from in and around Peterborough. Send us your mix and we'll play it on air!

FR 2200-2300 Voltage Controlled Radio
Wes Grist wesleygrist@gmail.com
Original music created every week with a DIY modular synthesizer by local musician Olias

SATURDAY

SA 1500-1600 Secret Song
Steven James May sjm@manifestation.tv
A presentation and discussion of select unlisted secret/hidden songs featured in recorded music ranging from the 1960s to the 2020s.

SA 2000-2100 Alphabet Soup
Tim Snoddon potlatch.snoddon@gmail.com
Music from artists with some type of Otonabee and area connection, however minor, using each letter of the alphabet

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