Are you a local BC musician? Great! We want your music. CJMP 90.1FM is a community radio station run by volunteers, and we want to fill our airwaves, and yours, with music that speaks to the local’s ear. Any genre of music is more than welcome. We take pride in the inordinate and the unusual.
We just want to hear your music on the air! If you want to submit your music physically, please mail your CD or record to 4476c Marine Avenue, Powell River, BC. If you’d like to submit your music digitally, either with a Bandcamp link, or with mp3 files, email musicdirector(at)cjmp.ca. We look forward to listening to your music and putting them on the air!
With love, CJMP.
The Townsite Actors Guild and CJMP90.1FM are presenting “Sorry, Wrong Number,” a radio play by Lucille Fletcher. To listen to the play head on over to cjmp.ca/radio-play!
There will be several live transmissions of it on radio or online that will be free of charge to anyone with a radio or an internet connection!
Dates and times (PT):
- Saturday, June 27/20 at 8:00pm is the premiere!
- Tuesday, June 30/20 at 7:00pm
- Saturday, July 4/20 at 8:00pm
- Tuesday, July 7/20 at 7:00pm
While there are no tickets being sold for this production, we will still need to cover expenses for actors’ honorariums, equipment, props, printing, and marketing. If this play sounds like something you would like to support, we invite you to make a donation of any amount to this GoFundMe Campaign. All funds raised will be split equally between CJMP90.1FM and the Townsite Actors Guild.
|A breath of fresh air in our self-isolation
Tune into the 4th annual Wetland Project Slow Radio Broadcast and turn the simple act of listening to the radio into a powerful act of collective protest for climate action and a healthier planet.
|Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Vancouver, BC: CITR 101.9 FM
Worldwide Internet Stream: wetlandproject.com/stream
|Since Earth Day 2019 the news continues bleak: fires, floods, extinction, pandemic! It’s important to keep informed but at times the chatter is completely overwhelming. It’s time to pause. It’s time to reflect on what’s at stake. Multidisciplinary artists Brady Marks and Mark Timmings invite you to tune into the Earth by taking part in the annual Wetland Project Slow Radio Broadcast.
Connect to the 24-hour circadian rhythm of the endangered ṮEḴTEḴSEN marsh located in the traditional and unceded territories of the W̱SÁNEĆ First Nations (Saturna Island, British Columbia). The beautiful and complex environmental soundscape, featuring birds, frogs, airplanes and more, engages with you in real time throughout the day. The immersive quality of the slow radio broadcast promotes heightened awareness of the natural environment, which turns the simple act of listening to the radio into a powerful act of collective protest for climate action.
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