Friday, December 18th at 7:30pm, tune into CFRC for Lynn Miles live from the Isabel Bader Centre. Lynn is an accomplished Canadian folk musician originally hailing from Quebec and touring in support of her new album, Winter. With twelve albums to her credit, the winner of multiple Canadian Folk Music awards (2011 English Songwriter of the Year), and a 2003 Juno award for Roots and Traditional Solo Album of the Year, she has certainly found her strength over time. Interested in seeing the concert in person? Find more information here: http://www.theisabel.ca/content/lynn-miles
Did you know that CFRC started way back in in 1923 with a play-by-play of a Queens-McGill football broadcast? We still broadcast the football play-by-plays every season. Next game is against York in Toronto on October 17th. Tune in beginning at 12:30 pm to catch the the pre-game show. check out the the Gaels Schedule at: http://gogaelsgo.com/schedule.aspx?path=football& (And use the archive to check out past games!)
Check out our Fall Schedule in PDF form. Download it! Print it! Take it with you everywhere.
2015 marks the 40th annual Prisoners Justice Day, which began in commemoration of Eddie Nalon, a prisoner who bled to death in the segregation unit of Millhaven prison, in the Kingston area, on August 10, 1974. With the recent deaths of Abdurahman Ibrahim Hassan in Canadian immigration detention and Sandra Bland in a Texas jail, remembrance and action are as urgent and timely now as then. From 4-8pm, CFRC 101.9fm airs history, interviews, news, features and memorials about prisoners and prison conditions. From 8-11pm, tune in for messages and music requests by and for prisoners and their loved ones and supporters in the community.
The Power of Place: In Every Season is a series airing Thursdays on Alternative Frequency, covering the Queen's University Biology Station (QUBS). Produced by veteran programmer Douglas Farquhar and featuring interviews with students and researchers, the show focuses on QUBS past scientific contributions in celebration of its 70th anniversary. Tune in Thursdays at 5pm every week to hear about a different side of the Queen's University Biology Station.
CFRC is always welcoming new volunteers in every capacity! July 1 is the last day for new volunteers to apply to participate in the station's summer training cycle, scheduled to take place from July 13-25. If you or someone you know should be making waves with us, apply online at: http://www.cfrc.ca/volunteer
CFRC's summer programming schedule has launched as of Monday May 4 at 7am! Check the schedule for details on our new and continuing programming.
Welcome to CFRC's Member and Volunteer Portal! Expect exciting developments on this site over the coming months. Meanwhile, take a look around for ways to learn about, get involved with and support your campus-community radio station!