Trent Radio Fall 2022
Programme Guide and Broadcast Schedule

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

Fall Season: 25 Sept - 17 Dec 2022. All times Eastern;  at: 20221201
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 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

SU 1800-1830 Smooth Operator
Trent Radio Staff info@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.

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 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 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.

MO 1600-1630 Anna's Adventures
Anna Entzin-Telford 230476@tldsb.me
This Show is about a 16 year old almost 17 year old Tzeltal Mayan / Canadian girl named Anna that has decided to spontaneously move to Mexico. Well maybe not so spontaneous (there was some thought put into it but that's besides that point). Anna is moving to Mexico to spend more time with her family, experience what it's like to be an independent adolescent and has hopes to further connect with her Mayan roots. The show will be a peek into her life's ups and downs throughout her journey and will dive into her adventures as she grows into herself and the universe around her.

MO 1700-1800 Behind the Garage
Jaya Hawley jayahawley@trentu.ca
Behind the Garage is dedicated to uncovering insightful behind-the-scenes details and stories proceeding important movements in music history. Deepen your understanding of artists’ impact through a right-place-right-time lens, and discover fundamental tracks from around the globe that are sure to peak your interest.

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 1830-1850 Chamily Drama
Chloe Deshevy champlain@trentu.ca
Chloe Rayment champlain@trentu.ca
WELCOME TO CHAMILY DRAMA! Join Champlain College Ambassadors, Chloe, Mimi, and Shishi on this Champlain-special show about our passion for traditions, active engagement, and global perspectives - BUT WITH A FUN TWIST! Catch our very own CC theme song, some fun trivia, interviews with the Trent community, and more! Will you DARE to be Champlain?

MO 1900-1930 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

MO 2000-2100 All Angles
Liam Mitchell liammitchell@trentu.ca
Contemporary angular music from post-punk and math rock to synth-punk and noise hop.

MO 2100-2200 The Last DJ Radio Hour
Chris Collins fattychris@hotmail.com
Continuing the deep dive through my record collection - thirty years of record buying with no end in site. Sharing the deep cuts and the should have been hits from artists you need to know!

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
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 1330-1400 INDIGativity
Kendall Boissoneau
INDIGativity the show is about Indigenous joy, stay up to date with the old and new Indigenous artists, athletes, students, and more. Representation and joy matters so why not at the same time.

TU 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.

TU 1500-1600 Today's Emission
James Cullingham jamescullingham5@gmail.com
Today's emission will feature eclectic music in various languages, interviews with fascinating community members from the arts, educational realm and politics as well spoken word from my writing and that of others.

TU 1600-1700 Disenabled
Justin Evangelho thedisenabledpodcast@gmail.com
A former Trent radio show turned podcast, Disenabled's primary focus is the facilitation and continuation of the on-going discussion about people living with physical disabilities. From the individual experiences straight from the people Who have physical disabilities themselves, to the advocates that help foster as much independence as possible, education about the subject is the key underlying factor. So why not tune in for a minute or an hour while you're cruising the radio waves? You might just be pleasantly surprised by some of the convos had, and tales shared.

TU 1700-1730 TU Sports
Reese Andison reeseandison@trentu.ca
TU Sports is a programme for the Peterborough community to become more involved in Trent Universities athletics. We discuss Trent games, tournaments, stats, players, as well as general sport content including interviews, and historic broadcast media for sport lovers of all kinds.

TU 1730-1800 Old-School Deep Dive
Henry Allen henryallen@trentu.ca
Henry Allen plays good-time genre tracks of yesteryear with a new theme each week.

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 IMA Interview Series
Grayden Hatherly music@trentradio.ca
Join Incoming Music Archivist Grayden Hatherly to hear interviews and songs from local and touring artists in Peterborough-Nogojiwanong. If you or someone you know is interested in being interviewed for the show, send an email to music@trentradio.ca and include the word INTERVIEW in the subject line.

TU 1900-2000 Daydream Radio
Drake Stillie drakestillie@trentu.ca
Ryland Needham rylandneedham@trentu.ca
60s-90s alternative/indie music program. Generally known bands however we will be playing their relatively unknown hidden gems.

TU 2000-2100 Corner of Hunter and George
Tim Snoddon potlatch.snoddon@gmail.com
A version of my podcast by the same title is usually in a 1:1 interview format. There may be some musical interludes, with any being 100% Peterborough/Nogojiwanong artists.

TU 2100-2200 Happiness is a Warm Jet
Jordan Cook jordantycook@gmail.com
Catching the big fish in the ocean of sound. A weekly roundup of the best new ambient, drone, and experimental music.

TU 2200-2300 Hiphoptictactics
Jason Stabler doingthemusic@gmail.com
Hiphoptictactics is a weekly one hour programme highlighting Canadian Hip Hop Culture.

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 NCC Living Library
Jill Staveley info@trentradio.ca
Join Jill Staveley from Trent Radio as she speaks with New Canadians about their journey to Canada and their discovery of Home.

WE 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.

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

WE 1200-1300 The Wired Woodshed Show
Hank Fisher washboardhank@gmail.com
Sean Eyre
Radio heroes Sunshine Sean and Washboard Hank are back with more obscure musical gems and a lot of shear lunacy in a totally unique and unprecedented hour of pure entertainment

WE 1300-1330 Common Ground
Connor Belbin connorbelbin@trentu.ca
Common Ground is a show analyzing current political events without rigid ideological dogma.

WE 1330-1400 Radio Drama Queen
James Kerr jamesatkerr@gmail.com
Out of the past, brought once again to the airwaves by the indulgence her majesty—pass through the noise gate into the land of lo fi gone by, this is: "Radio Drama Queen", a half-hour of radio drama delight from the 1930s through to the 1950s. Join host James Kerr on a journey, dear listener, through the sounds of yesterday.

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 DISSertation Track
Egan Henderson eganhenderson@trentu.ca
Each week, Egan leads an interview/conversation with a different graduate student from Trent University. Here, interviewees have a chance to talk about their exciting research in a less academic setting. Despite the name, the show is more focused on uplifting grad students and the work that they do.

WE 1700-1800 Tunes and Legumes
Ashlyn Kerr Sutcliffe ashlynkerrsutcliffe@trentu.ca
Join me as I talk about veganism, sustainability, and listen to some of my favourite songs! Tunes and Legumes is all about learning and becoming more involved in a plant-based lifestyle, with a new recipe and organization featured each week. We tackle topics such as decolonizing veganism, how we can reduce our carbon footprint, and community food systems. All are welcome!

WE 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.

WE 1900-2000 fortnightly

Week One: Sep28, Oct12&26, Nov09&23, Dec07

WE 1900-2000 The 7/8
Andréanna Sullivan andreannasullivan@trentu.ca
Alberto Alemán albertolopezaleman@trentu.ca
The 7/8 is a program focused on jazz history, musical theory, and musical interpretation. We will explore the development of jazz from its beginnings to the present day, emphasizing how culture and society have shaped its evolution.

Week Two: Oct05&19, Nov02,16&30, Dec14

WE 1900-2000 Radio Free Laura and Jenn
Jenn Reid jennreid22@cogeco.ca
Laura Boden laura@bodenandassociates.com
Two 1980's Trent grads and their fascinating local guests explore the political, social and emotional power of music and radio.

WE 2000-2100 NOISEHOLE
Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay sjohnstonlindsay@trentu.ca
David King dvdking98@gmail.com
Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay and David King plumb the depths of their musical knowledge to bring you the ultimate trip down the Noise Hole. From Bush to Boingo, Beefheart to Milkmen, the Murray Street boys bring the noise. Come get weird, smoke 'em if you got 'em, and let your freak flag fly.

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

WE 2200-2300 Slick Nick's Audio Picks (SNAP)
Nick Sorrie cwnsorrie@gmail.com
Your weekly fix for punk and metal. This one is a banger!

WE 2300-2330 Chamily Drama
Chloe Deshevy champlain@trentu.ca
Chloe Rayment champlain@trentu.ca
WELCOME TO CHAMILY DRAMA! Join Champlain College Ambassadors, Chloe, Mimi, and Shishi on this Champlain-special show about our passion for traditions, active engagement, and global perspectives - BUT WITH A FUN TWIST! Catch our very own CC theme song, some fun trivia, interviews with the Trent community, and more! Will you DARE to be Champlain?

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 900-930 Your College In the Morning
Kelsey Scott gzowski@trentu.ca
Zachary Weber gzowski@trentu.ca
Inspired by our eponym Peter Gzowski, Trent's Gzowski College is organizing a student run radio show where we discuss college life, showcase student academics and creativity, interview fellows, faculty, and guests, and a place where we can discuss what it means to be a member of Gzowski College.

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 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.

TH 1500-1600 The Call Center
Robert Farr thecallcenterradio@gmail.com
A weekly, hour dive into all things with regards to technology. To submit ideas email thecallcenterradio@gmail.com

TH 1630-1700 The Art of Conversation
Charlie Watson darlastarvey@gmail.com
Barbara Ratz barceedee @ sympatico.ca
The Art of Conversation will involve two women of two generations discussing and commenting on issues and interests pertinent to their lives. The show aims to foster a shared appreciation for the experience and perspective of the other based on their unique and different stages of life. It may involve snippets of poetry and music that enhance each point of view or the topic under discussion which can range widely from politics to knitting!

TH 1700-1800 Lava Lamp Listening Lounge: The Last Leg
Jacob Hanna heinzehanna@trentu.ca
After winning back to back titles in the 96 and 97 NBA seasons the Chicago Bulls management made it clear that they would not resign their coach Phil Jackson which created a domino effect that effectively ended the chances for the Bulls’ dynasty to continue in 1999. Thus, Jackson dubbed the Chicago Bulls’ 1997-98 NBA season: The Last Dance. This is my last dance. Lava Lamp Listening Lounge is a show where we focus on a particular idea, genre, or concept and listen to some music that I think fits said criteria. Every week is wildly different and we urge you to listen with an open mind. Expect to hear music from all around the globe and from all different kinds of people. Listening to Music is an experience and I hope you want to engage and share in this experience with me. Who knows, you might even like some of the songs

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 CanaDJs live with ecuchapin
Carlos Quintero Arias cquinteroarias@trentu.ca
CanaDJs live with Ecuchapin, is a show that aims to introduce listeners to Canadian DJs and producers. Despite the abundance of talented Canadian DJs, their work is often overlooked in favour of European electronic music. The show aims to progress the recent movement to “De-berlinize” electronic music by exploring the work and life of BIPOC DJs across Canada. The show is followed by live DJing from local DJ Ecuchapin. Ecuchapin plays Latin-inspired electronic music from various up and coming artists.

TH 2000-2030 Voltage Controlled
Wes Grist wesleygrist@gmail.com
Original music by local musician Olias.

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. Each week a variety of Blues music is presented around a certain theme. It provides some education regarding the music and artists. Examples of previous themes are: Indigenous Blues, The Maple Blues Awards, East Coast Blues, and The Devil's Music.

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
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 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.

FR 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.

FR 1430-1500 Environmental Soup
Robert Gibson zorb.robert@gmail.com
Environmental Soup explores environmental and social issues through public consultation and environmental news focused on Ontario, Canada as well as locally. This show aims to increase participation in the community so that environmental and social policy are improved

FR 1730-1800 30 Minute Grammy
Erin Clancy erinclancy2@gmail.com
Melissa Hennig hennigmelissa@gmail.com
On this show, Erin and Mel turn listener song topic suggestions into Grammy-worthy songs live on air in 30 minutes or less...always less!

FR 1800-1830 What Have You Been Into Lately?
Alex Campagnolo acampagnolo@trentu.ca
Alex listens to a lot of music. Tune in to see what he's been diggin' this week!

FR 1830-1900 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 1900-2000 The Hey Kids Comics Radio Show
Martin Boruta martin@boruta.ca
A group of longtime comic reading pals share hosting duties on The Hey Kids Comics Radio Show broadcast live on Trent Radio 92.7 CFFF FM in lovely Peterborough, ON Canada every week. Join Dan, Marty, Chris, Chris and Adam as they rant and rave on the hobby they love.

FR 2000-2100 Otonabeats
Ryan Mclean Purdon Otonabeatsradio@gmail.com
Em Minthorn otonabeatsradio@gmail.com
A weekly dance music showcase featuring mixes by local DJs. We're always accepting mixes and music from local artists, and encourage folks to submit their work. Our aim is to highlight Peterborough's dance music scene while providing a platform for emerging as well as veteran artists.

FR 2100-2300 Art Angels
Alex Karas alexanderkaras@trentu.ca
Electronic art pop; ethereal music to soothe your worries and jam out to it.

SATURDAY

SA 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

SA 900-1200 Local Country Music Playlist
Trent Radio Staff info@trentradio.ca
Local Country Music & Country Music Show Reruns

SA 1400-1600 Christopher's Country Classics
Christopher Cannon greg@lrbrown.com
Greg Cannon greg@lrbrown.com

SA 1800-1830 Smooth Operator
Trent Radio Staff info@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.

SA 2000-2100 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

SA 2100-2130 Chamily Drama
Chloe Deshevy champlain@trentu.ca
Chloe Rayment champlain@trentu.ca
WELCOME TO CHAMILY DRAMA! Join Champlain College Ambassadors, Chloe, Mimi, and Shishi on this Champlain-special show about our passion for traditions, active engagement, and global perspectives - BUT WITH A FUN TWIST! Catch our very own CC theme song, some fun trivia, interviews with the Trent community, and more! Will you DARE to be Champlain?

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