Friday at Noon
Encore Edition Sunday at 7am
This is the program for Baby Boomers, the generation that is generally defined as those who were born between 1946 and 1964. Our own Roger Currie (left) co-hosts the show with Barry Bowman, another prairie broadcaster now living in Victoria. Roger and Barry share memories of the music, the movies, and the black and white TV shows that Boomers first encountered in their teens.
Boomertown also includes regular features like ‘Stump the News Guy’ (that would be Roger), and ‘magic movie memories’.
If you miss hearing it on CJNU, you can hear the Podcast version of it anytime.
RIVER CITY 360
Thursday at Noon
Encore Edition Saturday at 8am
Keeping our community connected. For Good. Forever
With host Nolan Bicknell and Senior Producer Robert Zirk. Featuring stories about individuals and charitable organizations working to make Winnipeg the best it can be, along with music and community event updates. Tune in to hear inspiring stories of how Winnipeggers are making a difference in our community.
River City 360 is a project of The Winnipeg Foundation, in partnership with CJNU 93.7 FM.
Music From The North Shore
Music From The North Shore with host Greg Gardner will jog your musical memories with pioneers of ’50s rock ‘n’ roll, such as The Everly Brothers and Gene Vincent. Sixties pop from The Animals to The Zombies and everything in between, including rarities by The Beatles and others, along with insightful tidbits of information about the music and artists. You’ll also hear local Manitoba musicians, and be treated to splashes of instrumental “surf” music by innovators like The Ventures and Dick Dale. If you don’t catch the song name or who who performed it for one of the selections you heard on the program, after each broadcast Greg posts his playlist on his Music from the North Shore Facebook page – where you can also take part in the dialogues that occur on Sunday nights while the show is on the air. If you’d like to influence a future playlist, you can email your request to Greg.
Dick Clark’s Rock Roll and Remember
Returning in Fall
Join the late Dick Clark for Rock Roll and Remember! The show features the music and memories of your lifetime, presented by the incomparable Mr. Clark – famed for bringing rock and roll to the masses through hosting American Bandstand.
Rock, Roll and Remember ran between 1982 and 2004, hosted by Dick Clark, and originally aired on the US station WQMA in Mississippi. With hits from the 1950s, 60s, 70s and beyond, this truly is the music of your lifetime. Each week features a profile of a selected artist, a run down of the songs that were topping the charts way back when, and a look at some of the events that made that made the headlines in that particular week.
So sit back, and enjoy the tunes that truly take you back – in the company of ‘the world’s oldest teenager’!
The Original Big Band Showcase
‘The Original Big Band Showcase’ with Denny Farrell (left) features the music of the big bands of the 1930s, 40s, 50s and the great big bands of today. Denny has a long history of broadcasting in his very distinctive format that combines Swing, Sweet, Dixieland and Jazz. He brings to his broadcasts an understanding of, and affection for this great music.
Rated as one of the top broadcasters in America, Denny was honoured with the National Ballroom and Entertainment Association’s ‘2001 Award of Excellence’ for The Original Big Band Showcase. Denny Farrell was inducted into the Big Band Hall of Fame on February 5, 2003 in West Palm Beach, Florida. He’s one of only three announcers to ever receive this honour.
Denny’s background is like a who’s who in the Big Band/Jazz industry. Announcing chores have tied him to such greats as Count Basie, Tony Bennett, Duke Ellington, Lionel Hampton, Sammy Kaye, Bob Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Ralph Marterie, Harry James, Benny Goodman, Buddy Rich, Guy Lombardo, Maynard Ferguson, Mel Torme, Ella Fitzgerald, Red Norvo, Helen Forrest, Peggy Lee, and Artie Shaw to name only a few.
Malts, Mustangs & Memories
Returning in Fall
You don’t need to be sitting in a fastback Mustang, or sipping on a chocolate malt to feel like you are back in time. Start off your week, with great memories every Sunday at noon with co-hosts Chadd Cawson and Tom Dercola. When the clock strikes 12, for three hours, we turn it back, to all your favorites, The Doo-Wop of the 50s like The Platters, The Diamonds, and The Crew-Cuts. The 60s, those old-time pioneers of rock and roll like Chuck Berry, Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, and so many more. We even dip into the 70s to keep you feeling that Saturday Night Fever on a Sunday afternoon, and make you want to do the hustle, and the best of the adult contemporary 80s. And let’s not forget the soulful sound of Motown to soothe yours, with artists like Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross and The Temptations.
We keep you moving, and grooving, slow dancing, and reminiscing for two hours. We not only play great music but we provide some facts on those songs and where they stood on the charts. We give you the scoop on what’s going on in your community and the chance to win contests for those special community events.
This is Music
‘This is Music’ starts the day every weekday, as part of Breakfast with CJNU – and is hosted by award winning programmer and on air personality Chuck Southcott.
Chuck features the timeless artistry of musical greats such as Frank Sinatra, Johnny Mathis, Henry Mancini, Rosemary Clooney, Perry Como, plus a mix of more recent hits by groups such as the Carpenters, Bread, the Fifth Dimension and others.
Coming to you from Los Angeles, California – join Chuck Southcott daily here on CJNU!
The Gardener, with Dorothy Dobbie
Join Dorothy Dobbie each Sunday morning for an hour of gardening hints and tips!
Each week will feature ’10 neat things’, a special guest, and all the latest comings and goings in the natural world – be they flora or fauna! The experts will share their insight on how to cultivate your garden, what birds you might see, and keep you informed!
If you don’t already have a green finger, then this show will help you!
Don’t fancy waking up early on a Sunday? Fear not! You can hear the podcast version of the programme anytime.