Trent Radio Spring 2022
Programme Guide and Broadcast Schedule

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

Spring Season: 9 Jan - 16 Apr 2022. All times Eastern;  at: 20220111
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 900-1030 Kid's Programming from the Archives
Trent Radio Staff info@trentradio.ca
Programming made for and by kids - from the Trent Radio Archives.

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 1800-1930 Your Radio Is Their Stage : Artist Residency & Local Arts Coverage
Laurel Paluck lpaluck@trentradio.ca
What happens when Artists of various disciplines take on Radio as their medium? Find out how 6 local artists create with radio during their 5 week residency.

SU 1930-2000 Family Business
Kate Story kstory@nexicom.net
Family Business is a 9-part radio drama series written by Matt Gilbert, featuring local voice actors and foley artists, and made possible in cooperation with The Theatre On King & Theatre Trent.

SU 2000-2100 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.

SU 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

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 900-930 Common Ground
Connor Belbin connorjbelbin@gmail.com
Political and philosophical discussion with no agenda; Dialogue on current events, politics, literature, and other mediums of interest in pursuit of a more gentle approach to controversial and difficult topics.

MO 930-1000 Club Connect
Katrina Creelman katrinacreelman@trentu.ca
Each week, Katrina will connect with a campus club or group to discuss their role within the Trent University community. Tune in to learn what’s going on around the university and why you should get involved!

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 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 welikestuffandsoshouldyou@gmail.com
Melissa Hennig welikestuffandsoshouldyou@gmail.com
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 1500-1600 I read and you listen
Joel Porter jiporter03@hotmail.com
I read and you listen. That's the show. Classic novels from Dostoyevsky to Mowat. (Occasionally I give the characters funny voices, and have 'guest appearances' of various individuals from pop culture). Happy rea- ... listening. Happy listening.

MO 1600-1700 MAPL Shot with Mama Shawna
Shawna Blackwood sblackwood.705music@gmail.com
Community, Collaboration and Canadian Content: that's what's poured into your MAPL Shot with Mama Shawna. With an eye on Peterborough & Canadian arts, you'll hear genre-crossing covers, "live" performances and duets, plus interviews and features with Peterpatch locals!

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 1900-2000 Frog Radio
Keigan Lasch keigandlasch@gmail.com
A psychedelic music show putting the spot light on local music makers, events, and community members. An extension of Magic Frog Records.

MO 2100-2200 The Last DJ Radio Hour
Chris Collins fattychris@hotmail.com
The Last DJ Radio Hour is a deep dive through my record collection that is 30 Years in the making and counting. Each show will vary in genre and theme - keeping it fresh each week for you the listner.

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 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.

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 1130-1200 WDTCP
Trent Radio Staff info@trentradio.ca
Programming made for and by kids, featuring story time and danceable music.

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

TU 1430-1500 IMA Interviews
Grayden Hatherly music@trentradio.ca
Join Trent Radio's Incoming Music Archivist for a series of new and previously broadcast interviews with local musicians. If you'd like to sign up for an interview - contact Grayden at music@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 1830-1900 Out of Orbit
Caliesha Harris calieshaharris@yahoo.ca
Nearly fifteen years ago, a plane came crashing down on a sandy planet we call The Pits. Jack searches desperately to learn what happened that day. His quest leads him to the moon Ultra, where he meets Maggie. As the duo tear across the solar system, looking for answers, they are confronted by their pasts. Both possess secrets that threaten to undo the other completely. How will they find the truth when they can't stop lying to each other? Stylized as a classic radio drama, Out of Orbit follows Jack and Maggie on their interplanetary quest for justice.

TU 1900-1930 Traill Happy Box Hour
Amanda Owen aowen@trentu.ca
Meghan Ward meghanward2@trentu.ca
"Traill Happy Box Hour" is a weekly discussion with Traill intern Amanda, of various Trent student services and resources, as well as discovering and sharing new hobbies, skills and life hacks. Along with guests, this show aims to inform and inspire listeners to explore new resources and hobbies.

TU 2000-2100 Being International
Mridul Harbhajanka mridulharbhajanka@trentu.ca
Ever had to wonder why all cars are driving at the wrong side of the road? Or why everyone around you seems to think 10 degrees is not even THAT cold? Join Mridul Harbhajanka on a weekly radio show "Being International" which highlights the unique experiences of international students as they navigate their way through university in a new country! Learn about the different perspectives that the international community has to offer, and the different opportunities available for international students at Trent University. Whether you are a student or not -- international or not -- this radio show is for anyone and everyone who loves to hear about new ideas, explore different cultures, or just learn about something new! Each week will feature interviews, games, and quizzes with the international community at Trent -- students, profs, and admin -- basically with anyone who has a story to share! And not only this, but you will also hear about upcoming events, services, and resources provided by groups like Trent International, Study Abroad, and TISA. Lastly, and quite importantly, you will get to experience the broad range of talent that the Trent International community has to offer from music to poetry to storytelling. So, if you have ever felt like a 'newbie' at some place, then this radio show is for you -- because we have all been 'newbies' at some point. So tune in every week, and hear about people from different parts of the world who have come together to create this beautiful international community at Trent.

TU 2100-2200 Submerged
Ray O'Keeffe good.good.rype@gmail.com
Hi I'm Ray Okeeffe, your host for tonights show. Here I have grouped up some of my favourite songs from 1955 to 2022. I hope you enjoy and let me know how you feel by contacting me.

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

WE 1130-1200 WDTCP
Trent Radio Staff info@trentradio.ca
Programming made for and by kids, featuring story time and danceable music.

WE 1200-1230 Club Connect
Katrina Creelman katrinacreelman@trentu.ca
Each week, Katrina will connect with a campus club or group to discuss their role within the Trent University community. Tune in to learn what’s going on around the university and why you should get involved!

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 Sittin' On Top of The Word with Grand Mooster J!
James Cullingham Jamescullingham5@gmail.com
Sittin’ On Top Of The World blends arcane music plus intellectual and local history with the idiosyncratic world view of a seasoned, well traveled somewhat off-kilter filmmaker – historian – journalist. This is not the Grand Mooster’s first rodeo.

WE 1700-1800 Found in Translation
Kavya Chandra kchandra@trentu.ca
Tamara Mustafa tmustafa@trentu.ca
Join Kavya and Tamara from OC in learning more about global issues, cultures and ideas. Each week there will a new guest from a different culture and we’ll chat about their worldviews from an intersectional lens. Listen in to hear perspectives from countries all around the world, while jamming into some fun tunes from all around the world!

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

WE 2000-2100 SNAP
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 Tictactic Radio
Jordan Valters tictacticradio@gmail.com
Jason Stabler jason.stabler@gmail.com
Natalie Blake
Tictactic Radio is a combined show featuring the essences of Hiphop, Jazz, and Soul Music as they are all intertwined. While the show is premised off Hiphop, Tictactic Radio, formerly known as HiphopTictactics, has combined its entities under one title. The show is hosted by Dj Tictactic, Unlearn, & Lecia T.

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 1130-1200 WDTCP
Trent Radio Staff info@trentradio.ca
Programming made for and by kids, featuring story time and danceable music.

TH 1300-1400 Environmental Soup
Robert Gibson robertgibson@trentu.ca
This show explores environmental and social issues and encourages community engagement and building related to environmental issues.

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

TH 1500-1600 The Call Center
Robert Farr thecallcenterradio@gmail.com
A weekly look at all things relating to technology news, history and related topics.

TH 1600-1700 Lava Lamp Listening Lounge
Jacob Hanna danceboyjake@gmail.com
The sounds of late 60s modular synth and Indonesian street psychedelia score the return of the multiple Grammy, Emmy, Tony, Oscar, Golden Globe and, Teen Choice Award winning program Lava Lamp Listening Lounge. Join Jacob on this 100% vaccinated look at all types of music and noise while charting how the music is affected by his mental health’s ebb and flow throughout the dark winter months. Each week a new genre, idea, concept or set of rules is selected and we listen to music that best fits the chosen criteria. Come for the music and stay for... I guess stay for the music as well.

TH 1700-1730 Centre Mass Media
Trevor Schleihauf trevor.schleihauf@gmail.com
Breanon Narendra breanonnarendra@trentu.ca
August Alderson augustalderson@gmail.com
Centre Mass Media is a multiplatform talk show focused on cultural, social, and individual impact analysis. Our goal is to dig deep into the messages presented to the public in video games, movies, music, and news cycles. Trevor, August, and Breanon strive to find the crux, fulcrum, or centre mass of these media forms and discuss them.

TH 1730-1800 Spill the T-ISA
Krystal Liu yiranliu@trentu.ca
Sirisha Vedala sirishavedala@trentu.ca
Spill the T-ISA is a show hosted by Trent International Student Association. We will be sharing the anonymous stories that are submitted through our Instagram, @tisagram. The stories could be related to students' daily life, love or sad stories, stress, or anything else. To protect a health and safe environment for the society and our show. The stories that are involve with violent or anti-society will not be read. And the personal information including but not limited to name, age, the year of study, of the stories' author will be kept confidential.

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 1830-1900 StudioA Training
Tune in to hear staff and volunteers learn how to use the facilities of Trent Radio...live broadcast from StudioA!

TH 2000-2100 Freinds of Sounds & Noise
{AN} EeL (Neal Retke) erisotto23@hotmail.com
This Show Focuses on Experimental Music with a special focus on the D.I.Y. / Digital Collaborative International Community - It seeks to present a wide variety of sounds & noises - There will be a special " Unboxing " component too of random sonic delights

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

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 1000-1030 Club Connect
Katrina Creelman katrinacreelman@trentu.ca
Each week, Katrina will connect with a campus club or group to discuss their role within the Trent University community. Tune in to learn what’s going on around the university and why you should get involved!

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 1200-1300 CUST 3139H
Jill Staveley jillstaveley@trentu.ca
Some weeks throughout the WI22 Academic term, we will be taking over this block of radio time to share the works produced by students from CUST3139H (Radio/Podcast Workshop) as part of their course assignments. Join in to hear the radio productions and celebrate students taking risks, and riding the airwaves!

FR 1300-1400 Redeye City - Impression Extension
David Redvers dredvers@hotmail.com
Redeye City's Impression Extension is a show that allows all sorts of thoughts and passions to become part of the conversation in regard to wellness, energy, manifestation and over all awareness and how society plays its part. Through interviews and solo shows

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

FR 1400-1500 CUST 3139H
Jill Staveley jillstaveley@trentu.ca
Some weeks throughout the WI22 Academic term, we will be taking over this block of radio time to share the works produced by students from CUST3139H (Radio/Podcast Workshop) as part of their course assignments. Join in to hear the radio productions and celebrate students taking risks, and riding the airwaves!

FR 1500-1600 Insight Peterborough
Devon Wilkins theharness@bell.net
Insight Peterborough is a show that explores issues of interest to people with disabilities, and their allies.

FR 1700-1800 Being International
Mridul Harbhajanka mridulharbhajanka@trentu.ca
Ever had to wonder why all cars are driving at the wrong side of the road? Or why everyone around you seems to think 10 degrees is not even THAT cold? Join Mridul Harbhajanka on a weekly radio show "Being International" which highlights the unique experiences of international students as they navigate their way through university in a new country! Learn about the different perspectives that the international community has to offer, and the different opportunities available for international students at Trent University. Whether you are a student or not -- international or not -- this radio show is for anyone and everyone who loves to hear about new ideas, explore different cultures, or just learn about something new! Each week will feature interviews, games, and quizzes with the international community at Trent -- students, profs, and admin -- basically with anyone who has a story to share! And not only this, but you will also hear about upcoming events, services, and resources provided by groups like Trent International, Study Abroad, and TISA. Lastly, and quite importantly, you will get to experience the broad range of talent that the Trent International community has to offer from music to poetry to storytelling. So, if you have ever felt like a 'newbie' at some place, then this radio show is for you -- because we have all been 'newbies' at some point. So tune in every week, and hear about people from different parts of the world who have come together to create this beautiful international community at Trent.

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 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.

FR 1900-2000 The Hey Kids Comics Radio Show
Martin Boruta martin@boruta.ca
Martin Boruta is joined each week by a revolving cast of longtime comic reading guest hosts to rant and rave on the hobby they love.

FR 2000-2100 Dreamcast
Hazel Dreslinski hazeldreamcast@gmail.com
A show that revolves around the imaginations of local musicians and students with a focus on surreal alternative content. Each show features either an interview with a local artist, accompanied by two to three of their songs, or a chat with a Trent student about a certain aspect of music with song choices inspired by the conversation. Dreamcast also features a round-up of upcoming musical events. Interested interviewees can contact hazeldreamcast@gmail.com – student musicians are particularly encouraged!

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 After Dark Park
Baz Conlin basilconlin@trentu.ca
You're traveling through another radio program, a program not only of sight and sound but of taste. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That's the signpost up ahead - your next stop, After Dark Park!

SATURDAY

SA 900-1100 Christopher's Classic Country
Christopher Cannon greg@lrbrown.com
Greg Cannon greg@lrbrown.com
Christophers' Country Classics!

SA 1100-1300 Local Country Music Playlist
Trent Radio Staff
Local Country Music & Country Music Show Reruns

SA 1800-1900 Upstairs Neighbour
Zack Barmania zacharybarmania@gmail.com
Upstairs Neighbour is a weekly variety show that includes immersive audiobooks, spoken-word poetry, and delectable radio plays. Stay tuned for original stories written and produced by young, local artists. Come find us online at: https://soundcloud.app.goo.gl/SgSNX8aFgWxfrBGa8

SA 1900-2000 T Time
Travis Phillips travischef1234@gmail.com
T Time's host, Mr. T, Travis John Phillips, uses an anthology approach with songs and stories to cover a variety of themes and topics, from love, life, death, and dreaming, to t.v., movies, people, and places. if the song fits, I plays its.

SA 2000-2100 Electric City Bang
Tim Snoddon potlatch.snoddon@gmail.com
The latest on music from Peterborough, with some deluges into the past and beyond

SA 2100-2200 Happiness is a Warm Jet
Jordan Cook jordantycook@gmail.com
Deep dives into the ocean of sound. Ambient rhythms, noisy drones, dubbed out beats and more. A relaxing journey into new and classic left field music...

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