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

We’ve been carefully watching the situation evolve – and to protect our volunteers in the coming days, much of our programming will be making the transition from being presented live from our studios to instead being produced remotely – in the kitchens, home-offices and rec-rooms of many of our broadcasters! Many of these programmes will still be presented live, thanks to the magic of radio… (and a little bit of help from the internet and some clever technology!)

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.

Tuesday March 24

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 
7-9:30 am Breaky with Stecky with Frank Stecky with Ken Porteous

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

9:30-noonHerb Henson with Lance Burdett 

  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 pm– Community Champions  

1-3:30 pm – Grant Patterson 

  Join me for a gentle mix of  music and information – soft rock, easy listening, pops orchestras with an addition of the American Songbook to allow you to relax the afternoon away.

3:30 – 6 pm – Tuesday Traffic Jam with Rick Roschuk with Trish Bennett 
6 – 7 pm – Music Just For You 
7 – 8 pm – Asper Jazz  
8- 10 pm-  Cream of Country with Dave Hargrave 

Country Music the way it used to be! Y’all Come!!!

10 pm – 11 pm- Radio Classics – Sagebrush Theatre 

Six Shooter  – two episodes – 1) Battle at Tower Rock and 2) Cheyenne Express- both 1954 

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

midnight – 6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

Wednesday March 25

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 
7-9:30 am  – Paul Richl 

Join me for the soundtrack for your busy morning – in the kitchen or at work. 

9:30-12 pm –  John Panting 

noon- 1 pmOff the Record with John Einarson   

1-3:30 pm –Tiffany Prochera
3:30 – 6 pm – Drew Williams 
6 – 7 pm – Music Just For You 

7-9pm – The Inside Pitch with Steve Schuster

9 – 10 pm – Asper Jazz 

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

Martin and Lewis – two episodes – 1) Guest Joanne Drew and 2) guest Fred McMurray  both 1953

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

Late Night Cool Jazz

midnight-6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

Thursday March 26

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 
7-9:30 am –  Breaky with Stecky with Frank Stecky and Ken Porteous    

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

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

Join me for a unique selection of nostalgic music covering many genres with an upbeat music selection that the mid morning  deserves. Artists range from Anita O’Day to Willie Nelson.

noon- 1 pm –  Because Radio 
1 – 3;30 pm –  Susan Hamilton with Steph Teffaine 
3:30 – 6 pm – Chris Tuffer 
6 -7 pm – Music Just for You 
7 – 8 pm – Asper Jazz  
8 -10 pm-  The Vinyl Museum   with Mike, Rod and Vic
10 – 11 pm- Radio Classics – Beyond the Unknown 

The Clock – two episodes 1) The Companion  1947 and 2)  Gertrude  1948

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

midnight-6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

Friday March 27 

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 
7-9:30 am –  Ken Porteous with Frank Stecky    

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

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

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

noon- 1 pm –  Prairie Vaudeville with Grant Simpson 
1 – 3:30 pm –  Vic’s Vinyl with Vic Gaggini 
3:30 – 6 pm –  Paul Richl 
6 -7 pm – Music From The CJNU Legacy Library 
7 – 8 pm – Asper Jazz  
8 -10 pm-  Music from the North Shore with Greg Gardner 

If you get the urge to tune in for some “not the usual” airwaves – in both familiar waters and uncharted territory, this is the show for you. I play tunes you may have forgotten,  some you may not have heard before, gems of homegrown music, requests and the best in instrumental and “surf” music.

10 – 11 pm- Radio Classics – VIVA VARIETY 

Honest Harold with Hal Peary – two episodes 1) Harold’s Campaign Speech and 2) Harold Decides He Want To lose The Election   both 1950

11 pm – midnight – Late Night Chicago Radio with Denny Farrell 

midnight-6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

Saturday, March 28

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
9:00 – noon –  Saturday Morning Potpourri with Trish Bennett and Rick Roschuk 

This morning you will hear a blend of fun, facts and your favorite blasts from the past.

noon- 3 pm –  Tamblyn’s Tunes with Matt Tamblyn 
3 – 6 pm – The Retro Rec Room with John Panting and Alex Regiec 

“Groovy … the live party continues as we go back to the age of shag carpeting, turtle neck sweaters and play the best rock & roll, pop and dance music of the 60s, 70s & 80s!”

6-8pm – The Story of The Beatles presented by Dan Donahue   Part 5     NEW
8 – midnight –  Dick Clark’s Rock Roll and Remember with Dick Clark 

midnight-6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

Sunday, March 29

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 
7 – 8 am- Music From The CJNU Legacy Library 
8-9 am –  The Gardner with Dorothy Dobbie and Guests with Stephane Teffaine 

            Joy in the Garden with Dorothy and guests. 

9:00 – noon –  The Full English Breakfast with Adam Glynn 

The affable Anglo-Irish Winnipegger is joined by a rotating cast of characters, including ‘radio mum’ Anna-Maria, ‘chief technical wizard’ Mark, and ‘font of musical knowledge’ Casey, as they ease you into Sunday morning with gentle general silliness. The show, like its edible namesake, promises to serve up a tasty mix of musical food from all eras and genres, piping hot to your radio. Requests are wholeheartedly encouraged!

noon- 3 pm –  Malts, Mustangs and Memories with Tom Dercola with Angus Kane 

Join us as we play those great tunes from the birth of the rock and roll era to adult contemporary favourites of the 70;s, with a distinctive Canadian flavour.

3 – 6 pm – Scott’s Sunday Best with Scott Best and 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 

                        Tonight enjoy two episodes – 1) Trouble with the Sound Engineer and 2) Lunch at the Drugstore   both 1954

11 pm -1 am- The Elevator Club with Gord Bibby 
1 am -6 am-  Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

Monday March 30

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 
7-9:30 am –  The Monday Morning Show with Paul Richl 

Join me where you’ll  hear your favourite nostalgic songs, where you’ll get all the information to start your day, and where you’ll stay connected to what’s happening in Winnipeg.

9:30-12 pm –  Melody Windsor 

Join me for great music, fun anecdotes and your welcomed requests. Relax and Enjoy!

noon- 1 pmCommunity Champions with Grant Patterson 

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

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.

This week’s theme is ” Love’s Labors Lost” with music that speaks to unrequited love, loss and regret.  

3:30 – 6 pm – Aengus Kane 

6 – 7 pm –  Music Just For You 
7 – 8 pm – Asper Jazz 
8:00 -10 pm Miss Lonelyhearts with Maureen Scurfield with Rick Scherger   

10 – 11 pm- Radio Classics – 4 Star/Lux Radio 

                        “Made For Each Other” with James Stewart and Marsha Hunt 1945

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

Late Night Cool Jazz

midnight-6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

Tuesday March 31

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 
7-9:30 am Breaky with Stecky with Frank Stecky with Ken Porteous

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

9:30-noonHerb Henson with Lance Burdett 

  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- 1:15 pm– Community Champions  

1:15-3:30 pm – Grant Patterson 

  Join me for a gentle mix of  music and information – soft rock, easy listening, pops orchestras with an addition of the American Songbook to allow you to relax the afternoon away.

3:30 – 6 pm – Tuesday Traffic Jam with Rick Roschuk 
6 – 7 pm – Music Just For You 
7 – 8 pm – Asper Jazz  
8- 10 pm-  Winnipeg Old Country Music with Jim Tomko 

Country Music the way it used to be! Y’all Come!!!

10 pm – 11 pm- Radio Classics – Sagebrush Theatre 

Six Shooter  – two episodes – 1) Thicker Than Water and 2) Duel at Lockwood- both 1954 

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

midnight – 6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

 

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