SCHEDULE

These are unprecedented times. Here at YOUR radio station, that simply means we have to get a little creative.

Our programming is being produced remotely – in the kitchens, home-offices and rec-rooms of many of our broadcasters – and in studio at the Richardson Building and our remote studio. As a result, the schedule may change a little, but the content won’t. Whatever happens, we are committed to doing what we do best: to play the greatest music of all time; and in spite of everything, ‘accentuate the positive’ and shine a light on the good happening in our community.

Monday January 25

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7-9:30 am – Rick Scherger

9:30-noon –  Tom Dercola with Jim Tomko 

noon- 1 pmMusic from the CJNU Legacy Library

1-3:30 pm –   A Class Act with Jim Pappas with Tracy Tymm

Each week I will explore  theme in music both vocally and instrumentally from our CJNU musical archives with the help of Jim Snell who is the curator of the library. We will bring you the best of the past and hopefully bring memories alive again.

“Woman …my life is in your hands”. Please join Jim and Tracy as they salute female vocalists of the past.

3:30 – 6 pm – Aengus Kane 

What are we gonna to play? Who knows!? Its a kitchen party!  

6 – 7 pm –  Music Just For You 

7 – 8 pm – Asper Jazz 

8 – 10 pm – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

10:00 -11 pm Radio Classics – Four Star Theatre 

Lux Radio Theatre -The Stratton Story with James Stewart and June Allyson  1950

11-midnight –Round Midnight with Lorne Kearns and Paul Richl 

Late Night Cool Jazz

midnight-6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

Tuesday January 26

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott

7-9:30 am Breaky with Stecky with Frank Stecky with Ken Porteous

Al the best from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s plus some laughs and great info to start your day.”

9:30-noonHerb Henson with Jim Nowell 

  Listen to some of the greatest music ever written and played. I play the hits (and a  few misses) from days gone by. I look at interesting facts about the songs and the
 artists, and don’t forget the morning funny.

noon- 1 pmCommunity Champions with Grant Patterson

1:00 -3:30 pm – Grant Patterson 

3:30 – 6:00 pm –Lyle Smordin with Doug Andrews 

6 – 7 pm –  Music Just For You 

7 – 8 pm – Asper Jazz 

8 – 10 pm – Winnipeg Old Country with Jim Tomko 

10:00 -11 pm Radio Classics – Sagebrush Theatre  

Have Gun Will Travel – 1)  North Fork  and 2) Homecoming   both 1959

11 pm – midnight- Round Midnight with Lorne Kearns and Paul Richl 

midnight – 6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

Wednesday January 27

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7-9:30 am – Paul Richl

9:30-noonReminiscing with Rosie with Rosie Schau with Lance Burdett 

Reminiscing with Rosie takes you back to how great music and things used to be.

noon- 1 pmTranscontinental with Dan Donahue

1 – 3:30 pm Tiffany Prochera

3:30 – 6:00 pm – Drew Williams 

6:00 -7 pm – Music Just For You  

7 – 9 pm – The Inside Pitch   Join Winnipeg Goldeyes Steve Schuster and guests in                                                                                       conversation.

9 -10 pm- The Vinyl Vault with Vic Gaggini and Rod Kozak 

10:00 -11 pm Radio Classics – Laughing Out Loud 

Our Miss Brooks- 1) Babysitting and  2)  Connie is Model School Citizen, Magazine Article  both 1948

11 pm – midnight Round Midnight with Lorne Kearns and Paul Richl 

midnight-6 am –
 Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

Thursday January 28

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7-9:30 am
 Breaky with Stecky with Frank Stecky with Ken Porteous

Al the best from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s plus some laughs and great info to start your day.”

9:30-noon – The Thursday Morning Coffee Mix with Wayne Bruce with Lance Burdett

 Join us for a unique selection of Nostalgic music covering many genres, with an upbeat  selection that the mid morning deserves.

noon-1 pm – Because Radio

A Feature Presentation of The Winnipeg Foundation

1:00-3:30 pm – Susan Hamilton with Joe Webb 

Please join me while a play a little of this, a little of that and a lot of the other.

3:30-6:00 – Chris Tuffer 

6:00 -7 pm – Music Just For You  

7 – 8 pm – Asper Jazz 

8 -10 pm- The Vinyl Museum with Mike, Rod and Vic 

10:00 -11 pm Radio Classics – Beyond the Unknown  

Mysterious Traveller  – 1)  No-one on the Line and

                                           2)  Symphony of Death  both  1946

11 pm – midnight – Round Midnight with Lorne Kearns and Paul Richl 

midnight-6 am –
 Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

Friday January 29

6 – 7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7-9:30 am Rick Scherger

9:30-noon – RY Crisp with Roger York with Jim Tomko

Join us for a laid back visit to nostalgic music with some music history, stories of artists and references to Roger’s own background with an eclectic choice of his favourites.

noon-12:30 pm – Prairie Vaudeville with Grant Simpson

12:30 – 1 pm – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library

1:00-3:30 pm – Carol Nowell with Jim Nowell 

Join us for a mix of music from our CD collection, the American songbook and some 50’s tunes.

3:30-6:00 – Bill Stewart with Susan Earl 

6:00 -7 pm – Music Just For You  

7 – 8 pm – Asper Jazz 

8 -10 pm- Music From the Legacy Library 

10:00 -11 pm Radio Classics – Viva Variety  

Sherlock Holmes – 1) The Mystery of the Vanishing Elephant and

                                  2)   The Manor House Case        both  1945

midnight -6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

Saturday, January 30

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7 – 8 am- Music From The CJNU Legacy Library 

8-9 am –  Because Radio  Encore Presentation


9 – noon –  Jim Tomko 

noon – 3 pm – Bucky’s Balcony with Brett Buckingham with Matt Tamblyn  

3 – 6 pm –  Jim Nowell  

6 – 8 pm – Under the Cover with Rick Scherger  

Join me while I play the greatest cover songs ever recorded.

8 – 10 pm –  Polyester Dreams with Scott Balneaves 

Sit back, relax an mellow out to the sounds of the mid 60’s and 70’s. 

 10 pm  – 6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

Sunday, January 31

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7  am -9 am – Music From The CJNU Legacy Library 

9 am – noon – The Full English Breakfast with Adam Glynn 

noon – 3 pm – Tiffany Prochera  

3- 6 pm –  Scott’s Sunday Best with Scott Best with Scott Balneaves  

6- 8 pm –  The Original Big Band Showcase with Denny Farrell 

8- 10 pm –  Swinging Sunday with Lorne Kearns and Grant Patterson  

10 – 11 pm- Radio Classics – Jack Benny 

1)  USC UCLA Game  1952  and 

2)  Jack Listens to the Indy 500   1953

11 pm -1 am –  The Elevator Club with Gord Bibby 

1 -6 am-
 Music from the CJNU Legacy Library