SCHEDULE

Thursday September 29

1 am-6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7-9:30 am – The Early Bird Special with Doug Andrews  “Waking you up with the hits from yesterday”

9:30 – 12:30 pm  Lyle Smordin with Lance Burdett

12:30 – 3:30 – Susan Hamilton with Joe Webb

3:30  – 6:00 pm – Thursday Afternoon Jukebox with Tracy Tymm

6 – 8 pm – Music Just for You  Music for your supper hour

8 – 9 pm – Swingtime   

Live from The Cloud Room high atop The Hotel Nostalgia, Pete Smith plays everything from big bands and crooners to jazz and adult contemporary. Join Pete for a hour of easy listening favourites on Swingtime.

9 – 10 pm – CJNU Presents Kane’s Kitchen Cèilidh with your host Aengus Kane  Part 1

10 – 11 pm –Radio Classics

11 pm – 1am Round Midnight with Lorne Kearns and Paul Richl 

Friday September 30

1 am-6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

6 – 7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7-9:30 am The Early Bird Special with Doug Andrews  “Waking you up with the hits from yesterday”

9:30-12:00 – RY Crisp with Roger York with Jim Tomko 

noon-1 pm – The Community News Café

“Pull up a chair at the Community Caf: CJNU’s weekly look at things happening in our community, in partnership with our friends at the Winnipeg Free Press and Canstar Community News. Each week host Adam Glynn chats with reporters from the Free Press and the Canstar local papers in and around our city, Garry and Agatha Moir look at headlines and stories of yesteryear for A Moment in Time, and Community Correspondent Freda Glow spins some yarns in a Blast from the Past. Why not grab a tea or coffee and join us!”

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

3:30-6:00 pm – Chris Hearn with Lucas Oravec    

6 – 8 pm – Music Just for You  Music for your supper hour

8 – 10 pm – The Vinyl Museum with Rod Kozak and Vic Gaggini   

10 – 11 pm –The Wonderful World of 78’s 

11 – midnight – Late Night Chicago with Denny Farrell 

Saturday, October 1

midnight  –  6  am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7 – 8 am- This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

8-9:00 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

9:00 – noon  –  Al Shpeller 

noon – 3 pm – Drew Williams  

3 – 6 pm –  Merry-Sue Adair-Gill

6 – 8 pm – Under the Cover with Rick Scherger and Kim Scherger 

8 – 10 pm – The Vinyl Vault with Rod Kozak and Vic Gaggini 

10 – midnight – Polyester Dreams with Scott Balneaves 

Sunday October 2

midnight – 6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7 – 8 am- This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

8 – 9 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

9- 12:00 – Sunday Sunrise with Aengus Kane  Mellow morning music to start your Sunday.

12:00 – 3 pm – Chris Caslake

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

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

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

10 – 11 pm – Radio Classics

11 pm – 1 am –   Elevator Club with Gord Bibby 

Monday  October 3

          1 -6 am-  Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7-9:30 am Monday Morning Breakfast Show with Lance Burdett 

Playing Nostalgic hits from the 50s to the 80s. Let’s start your week with good memories.

9:30-12:30 pm–  The Monday Mid Morning Show with Tom Dercola with Jim Tomko 

Join Tom as he plays the great artists and the great songs while featuring the Forties Flashback and the Fifties Flashback.

12:30- 1 pm – In The Spotlight with Chris Reid

1 – 3:30 pm –Jim Snell  

3:30 – 6 pm – Barbara Best  

6 – 8 pm – Music Just for You  Music for your supper hour

8 – 10 pm – Winnipeg Old Country with Jim Tomko   

10 – 11 pm – Radio Classics-Sagebrush Theatre

11 pm – 1am Round Midnight with Lorne Kearns and Paul Richl 

Tuesday October 4

1 am-6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7-9:30 am –Breaky with Stecky with Frank Stecky   

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

9:30-12:00 – Herb Henson with Jim Snell

Join me as I entertain you with top of the chart hits from past years, celebrate birthdays of musical personalities and take a look back at a movie and its music. Don’t forget the Tuesday Morning Funny at 10:35.

noon-1 pm – Community Champions

Join host Grant Patterson in conversation with Connie Newman, Executive Director, Manitoba Association of Senior Centres. Todays topics are Patient Advocates, Power of Attorneys and Wills. Be sure to tune in.

1:00 – 3:30 pm Grant Patterson

Join Grant for an afternoon of a gentle mix of popular music of the 1960s and 70s with just enough information to allow you to remember the where and when and to understand a little bit about the artist and the music itself.

3:30 – 6:00 pm – Tuesday Afternoon Jukebox with Tracy Tymm   

6 – 8 pm – Music Just for You  Music for your supper hour

8 – 10 pm – CJNU Presents Elton john with host Janet Brady in hour 2.

10 – 11 pm –Radio Classics – Variety Theatre

11 pm – 1am Round Midnight with Lorne Kearns and Paul Richl 

Wednesday October 5

1 am-6 am – Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7:00 – 9:30 pmJohn Maclise

9:30-12:30 –  The Morning Brunch with Merry-Sue

You never know what is going to be on the table or what might tempt you. It might be a song you haven’t heard in awhile or may be something new to tempt your love of music. Come along for the music and some dance tunes.

12:30 – 3:30 – Tunes and Treats with Tiffany Prochera

Join Tiffany as she takes your requests while offering up an eclectic variety of feel-good tunes and fun musical stories. She always  has some goodies on hand to make your afternoon extra special.

3:30 – 6:00 pm Drew Williams

6 – 8 pm – Music Just for You  Music for your supper hour

8 – 10 pm – Vinyl On Chrome  Join host Dylan Stone as he brings you classic oldies of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s.

10 – 11 pm –Radio Classics – Four Star Theater

11 pm – 1am Round Midnight with Lorne Kearns and Paul Richl