Produced by Discorder Magazine's On Air Collective, this show covers content in the magazine and more. Join us every Tuesday at 5 pm to hear all about the latest features, bands, charts, concert calendar picks and other exciting morsels from the Vancouver arts scene that only Discorder can provide. The Discorder On Air Collective is coordinated by Matt, Wade and Claire. Want to get involved? Email email@example.com.
Parts Unknown, an indie pop show that has been on Mondays on CiTR from 1pm to 3pm since 1999. It's like a marshmallow sandwich: soft and sweet and best enjoyed when poked with a stick and held close to a fire.
The Blue Hour is a conversation – a dialogue about life, literature, science, philosophy and everything in between.
For CiTR’s special programming blocks, off-site broadcasts live from the field, and everything else that can’t fit under the hood of a single show, check out CiTR’s Special Broadcast Page!
Inside Out is a weekly radio show from 8-9pm (PST) every Tuesday night on 101.9FM in Vancouver, Canada that plays dance music. :)
The finest remixes from soul to dubstep and ghetto funk to electro swing. Nominated finalist for Canadian college radio show of the year 2012 Pioneer DJ Stylus Awards.
Nod on the List is a program featuring new urban and alternative music, sounds of beats, hip hop, and bass Saturdays at 7.
A myriad of your favourite music tastes all cooked into one show. From Hip Hop to Indie rock to African jams, Rohit and Ola will play through a whirlwind of different genres, each sandwiched between another. This perfect layering of yummy goodness will blow your mind. AND, it beats subway.
Starting with some serene chill tracks at the beginning and building to the INSANEST FACE MELTERS OF ALL TIMEEE, Crescendo will take you on a musical magic carpet ride that you couldn't imagine in your wildest dreams. Besides overselling his show, Jed will play an eclectic set list that builds throughout the hour and features both old classics, and all the greatest new tracks that the hipsters think they know about before anyone else does.
Listen to the top writers, philosophers, researchers, singers and actors in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Creative and Performing Arts at UBC. Provocative interviews, expert commentary and the latest updates from the Faculty of Arts make for an informative and entertaining segment.
Explore local music and local food with your hosts, Brenda and Jordie. You'll hear interviews and reviews on eats and tunes from your neighbourhood, and a weekly pairing for your date calendar. Put in your earbuds and fire up your taste buds.
Join us as we face off against the music industry head-on! The Copyright Experiment is a novel show that plays exclusively freely available music, with a focus on underground dance music. Every week we tackle a different issue related to copyright & intellectual property in a short talk segment, followed by a DJ mix featuring the latest free music. Check out our blog each week to get all our on-air music for yourself!
It took two takes to reach perfection!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
this show could have gone on forever!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
EFFORTLESS!!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME!!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
What is Perimenopause? What are later life ovulation disturbances? How can women better understand their menstrual cycles during all phases of their life? Jerilynn C. Prior is a Professor of Endocrinology and Metabolism at the University of British Columbia, working on women’s health. She studies menstrual cycles, the effects of ovulation and its l…
I hope your fingers dethawed completely after the show!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Shari L. Forbes is the Canada 150 Research Chair in Forensic Thanatology at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR). She is the Director of the first human taphonomy facility in Canada for Recherche en Sciences Thanatologiques [Expérimentales et Sociales], also referred to as REST[ES]. She is an advocate for Equity, Diversity and Inclusivi…
i vaguely remember you.Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
You came from the out reaches of the UNIVERSE and for this I thank YOU!!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, in the turbulent apartheid years, Dr. Bonny Norton learnt at an early age the complex relationship between language, power, and identity. Now a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and a Distinguished University Scholar in the Department of Language and Literacy Education at UBC,her passion for social…
NICE TO MEET YOU!!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
DEVOUR US!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Dolph Schluter is an evolutionary biologist who studies adaptive radiation — the evolution of ecological diversity in groups of organisms that are multiplying rapidly. Dolph’s research suggests that ecologically induced adaptation can result in the evolution of new species. He has worked on Darwin’s finches and helped to develop the three-spined st…
well done!!!! well DONE!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Leslie Anthony is a Whistler-based writer, editor, biologist and occasional filmmaker. A former editor at Powder, Bike and SKIER magazines, he continues his residence on the masthead of numerous ski and outdoor publications globally. At home, Anthony oversees award-winning Mountain Life Annual, pens a weekly column in Pique Newsmagazine, and writes…
In this Valentine's-themed Fundrive episode, Kat & Clo answer your questions about long-distance relationships, dating in your 20s, and the challenges of commitment. We also gossip about our favourite shows, chat about representations of relationships in mainstream media, and rant about how easy it is to internalize the patriarchy. We're just two f…
I went to the CiTR studios AND THE AMS TURNED IT INTO AN ARBY'S!!!!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Members of the student exec decide Valentine's Day is overrated and CiTR is underrated, so we dedicate our favourite songs to the station we love.Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
FUTURE STAR!!!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
AND WINE!!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
NOW THAT'S WHERE I DRAW THE LINE, SYLVIE!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
WELL WORTH IT!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
I CAN SEE THE END OF THE YEAR!!!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
for such a long time!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
thank you!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
How does literature nourish science? When does physics become poetry? An event of cosmic proportions from 5x15, as masterful storyteller Carlo Rovelli discusses life & the universe. Readings from The Order of Time & Seven Brief Lessons of Physics.Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
made me who i am!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Showcasing favourite recordings from UBC artists over the last year.Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Interview and music showcase of solo musician/producer Seven Taviss. He talks about making music during the COVID-19 pandemic and the importance of putting your mental health first before everything else.Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
A panel interview with 3 UBC Alumni/Students who have created their own podcasts, played during the 2020 24 Hours of Student Power.Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Interview with the editor-in-chief and founder of Know It All Magazine Bella by Maya PreshyonDi CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Interview with UBC student and upcoming musician Jayden Keleny as well as some of her music!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Special Broadcast for 24 Hours of Student Power! A conversation with Ishmam and Gabby from UBC Social Justice on the housing crisis, the movement to defund the police, organizing during a pandemic, UBC's performative activism, and how to balance being a student with social justice work.Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Special broadcast for 24 Hours of Student Power! Two members of the International Relations Student Association talk about the movement to abolish the police and their own activist work, followed by some music from local artists.Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
SchmoozeFest is a panel conversation that took place in March 2018 focusing on the intersection between art and social justice. Panelists touch on topics such as slacktivism, cancel culture, and how to engage reluctant audiences in difficult conversations. The panelists are involved in fantastic organizations and activist work in our community. Che…
Special Broadcast for 24 Hours of Student Power! A playlist brought to you by CiTR's student executive filled with our favourite tunes.Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
Special Broadcast for 24 Hours of Student Power! Here's a glimpse into what the student exec are listening to, and what we recommend.Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
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WE GIGGLED LIKE SCHOOL CHILDREN!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
2 UBC students' original music is featured and I have a conversation with one of them about their creative process, musical philosophy, and other cool stuff about music.Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
A podcast on Britney Spears, mental disability, and suffrage in the United States. Credit: Olivia Dreisinger Podcast Script + Notes: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jnKalO7rhYESFnYreHbVut7DFfUGTVLf/view?usp=sharingDi CiTR & Discorder Magazine
HOW DID I FORGET HER!!!!!???????Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine
LIKE FINE WINE!!!!!Di CiTR & Discorder Magazine