SCHEDULE

Wednesday November 24

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

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7-9:30 am – John MacLise

9:30-noonDoug Andrews  

noon- 1 pmTranscontinental with Dan Donahue

1 – 3:30 pm Tunes and Treats with Tiffany Prochera

Join me while I offer up an eclectic variety of feel good tunes and fun musical stories. Requests are always welcome. I will also have some goodies on hand to make your afternoon extra sweet. 

3:30 – 6:00 pm Drew Williams

6 – 8 pm – Music Just For You 

8 – 10 pm – Vinyl on Chrome  

10 – 11 pm – Radio Classics – Four Star Theatre   

Lux Radio Theatre   After the Thin Man with William Powell and Myrna Loy 1940

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

Thursday November 25

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

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7-9:30 am
 Doug Andrews

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

noon -1:00 pm –Because Radio   A Presentation of The Winnipeg Foundation

1 – 3:30 pm Susan Hamilton with Joe Webb

Join Joe and I where we play a little of this, a little of that and a whole lot of the other. Enjoy!

3:30 – 6:00 pm Adam Glynn

6 – 8 pm – Music Just For You 

8 – 10 pm – Curtain Call with Chuck Southcott  New Programming

The Classic Songs and Stars from Broadway and Hollywood

10 – 11 pm – Radio Classics Laughing Out Loud   

Our Miss Brooks   1)June Bride and  2) July Fourth Weekend     both 1949

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

Friday November 26

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

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-1 pm – The CJNU Community News Café

“Pull up a chair at the Community Café: 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 Nowell 

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

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

6 – 8 pm – Music Just For You 

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

10 – 10:30 pm – Prairie Vaudeville with Grant Simpson   

10:30 – 11 pm – Radio Classics Viva Variety    Philco Radio Show with Bing Crosby and  Guest Esther Williams 1948

11:00 – midnight – Late Night Chicago with Denny Farrell 

Saturday, November 27

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 –  Transcontinental with Dan Donahue     Encore  Presentation


9 – noon  –  Tracy Tymm 

noon – 3 pm –  James Lenting

3 – 6 pm –  Doug Andrews

6 – 8 pm – Under the Cover with Rick Scherger 

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

10 – midnight-  Polyester Dreams with Scott Balneaves 

Sunday,  November 28

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 –Because Radio  Encore Presentation of The Winnipeg Foundation

9 – noon – Sunday Sunrise with Aengus Kane  

noon – 3pm – Chris Caslake 

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

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 ) The Horn Blows at Midnight and 2) Guest James Stewart  both 1949

11 pm -1 am –  Elevator Club with Gord Bibby 

Monday November 29

midnight -6 am-  Music from the CJNU Legacy Library 

6-7 am – This Is Music with Chuck Southcott 

7-9:30 am – Doug Andrews

9:30-12:30 pm–  Tom Dercola with Jim Tomko 

12:30-1:00 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 

8 – 10 pm – Winnipeg Old Time Country with Jim Tomko with James Lenting 

10 – 11 pm – Radio Classics – Sagebrush Theatre  

Six Shooter   1) When the Shoe Doesn’t Fit and 2)  Myra Parker   both 1954

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

Tuesday November 30     GIVING TUESDAY- a national day of Giving

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

          9:30-noon – Herb Henson with Jim Snell

noon -1 pm –Community Champions  

Join Grant as he welcomes Nicole Hrehirchuk and Stephanie Lambert of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

1 – 3:30 pm Grant Patterson

3:30 – 6:00 pm – Lyle Smordin with Tracy Tymm 

6 – 7 pm – Music Just For You 

7- 9 pm –Bannatyne Legacy Circle Celebration  Encore Presentation

Hear the stories of five Manitobans from all walks of life who share a desire to improve health care for all.

9 -10 pm – CJNU Presents July 1958  

Join your host Doug Andrews as he takes us back to 1958.

10 – 11 pm – Radio Classics-Beyond the Unknown   

Dragnet  1) Big Kill and 2) Big Thank You  both  1950

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