Want to learn how to do cool sound effects like they do in the movies?  Come learn to create sound effects that we hope to use for our Shortwave Theatre Festival in 2020! Continue reading

Shortwave Theatre Festival Call for Directors

Shortwave Theatre Festival Call for Directors   Continue reading


Donate $50 or more between November 4th and 10th to CFRC'sGoFundMe Campaign and enter for your chance to win a daily raffle prize pack! Continue reading

Blue Hawaii Concert and CFRC Fundraiser!

Join us November 6th at The Grad Club for Blue Hawaii, CFRC's sponsored concert for our Annual Funding Drive! Continue reading

CFRC's Annual Funding Drive! Donate through November 2019!

CFRC's Annual Funding Drive commences November 3rd!  Support YOUR community radio station and donate today! Continue reading


Welcome Home Queen's Alumni!  Join us over Homecoming October 18th-19th 2019!   Continue reading


Are you looking for locally driven, locally focused news programming in Kingston?  Look no further!   Continue reading

Election Coverage 2019

Tune in Thursdays from 6-7 PM through October for CFRC 101.9 FM's Elections-focused programming!   Continue reading

Robert H. Black Audio Residency Program

ROBERT H. BLACK DOCUMENTARY RESIDENCY PROGRAM Update: NEW DEADLINE!! October 15th 2019!!! The Robert H. Black Documentary Residency Program Fund was established in 2013 to support the  Robert H. Black Documentary Residency Program through the Department of Film and Media at Queen's University, to allow emerging media artists, journalists and broadcasters an avenue for developing their skills and careers by providing them with financial and infrastructure support for practicing advanced audio documentary production techniques at CFRC 101.9fm, Radio Queen's University. Continue reading

Radio Theatre at CFRC: Call for Submissions to Shortwave Radio Theatre Festival

CFRC 101.9 FM is excited to announce a call for submissions of original work for the first Shortwave Theatre Festival, a week of audio drama that we are hosting in November 2020! We are looking to develop five audio theatre projects by local artists to be featured in the festival. You take care of the script and concept, and we’ll work with you to bring it to life as a podcast and radio broadcast. All are encouraged to submit. You can be a professional theatre company, an emerging, unpublished writer, a mid-career theatre artist, or a community group. You can write a traditional radio play, or experiment with form, sound and language—we want to see it all! Selected submissions will be offered an honorarium upon project completion.   Continue reading