The CJAM Week Day Shuffle

A new year brings a big shuffle for your favorite CJAM shows. Here is a breakdown of your new weekday afternoon schedule:

World Rhythm (NOW: Mondays from 1-2:30PM):
Join Egemen as he kicks off your week with global beats to get you dancing through the Monday blahs.

Canuckle Sandwich (NOW: Mondays from 2:30-4PM):
Find the best Canadian music with reluctant local celebrity Frank every Monday afternoon.

Soundtrack Attack (SAME: Tuesdays from 1-2:30PM)
Same Bat time, same Bat channel, the Soundtrack Attack is sticking around Tuesday afternoons with the sounds of celluloid.

TBA (Tuesdays from 2:30-4PM)
We don’t have anything lined up for this block of time. Got any ideas? Email and join campus-community radio.

Soundscape Rhythms (NEW: Wednesday from 1-2:30PM)
Dr. Garth Rennie is back on-air with acoustic ecology!

Pardon My French (NOW: Wednesdays from 2:30-4PM)
Now mid-week for your listening pleasure, join Sarah for Francophone music from all genres, dates, and destinations.

Judy Adams (SAME: Thursdays from 1-2:30PM)
While Thursdays are getting a bit of a shuffle, you can count on the eclectic mixes of legendary Detroit DJ, Judy Adams to be there.

Windsor Scene (NOW: Thursdays from 2:30-4PM)
Lauren is moving daytime! The best local music and interviews can now be found closer to the weekend.

The Randomist Attacks (SAME: Fridays from 1-2:30PM)
Top off your week with the strange sounds and masterful mixes of The Randomist Attacks.

Hotel Internationale (SAME: Fridays from 2:30-4PM)
You can check in for a weekend of global sounds with the Hotel Internationale. Stay tuned for big changes for the concierge service.

*Dance with Diversity is still here! Stay tuned for news of where you can find Sofia and her global mix.

Get to Know a CJAM Show: The Randomist Attacks


The Randomist Attacks, Friday 1:00-2:30
Name: Andrew Murphy

Tell me a little about your show:
“Essentially I go into my Itunes and put it on shuffle. I try to play the music I like.”

How did you get started with CJAM:
I started about early 2000’s. A friend of mine Dave Gould, who is now passed away, we decided we wanted to do a metal show. So we came here to talk to the music director and he said yeah. And from then we have decided to do other shows.”

What was the first album you ever bought:
“It was a vinyl album: Dressed to Kill by Kiss.”

Name one song that would represent your show:
“A Black Sabbath song, anything by Black Sabbath.”

Check out past episodes of The Randomist here.

Get to Know a CJAM Show: The Shake Up


Show: The Shakeup, Friday 4:00-5:00
Host: Paul Chislett

Tell me a little about your show:
“The program focuses on Social Justice and environmental issues. I usually have one or two interviews with people about the topics. Social justice and environmental issues are very intertwined.”

How did you get started with CJAM:
“Five years ago I was a communication studies student. I was on an OPIRG (Ontario Public Research Group) group. I was asked if I would be interested in being a co-host for this show. And I’ve stayed now with it for five years.”

Who is your audience:
“Students and people interested in the issues of social justice and environmental causes.”

What is an issue you think people should be more aware of:
“On the environmental front, the climate change, and our role in it. Especially in this region where the land, air and water are stressed by industrialization. And the need to change our economy to a ‘green economy.’ On the social justice front, our apathy. We need to become more politically active. It’s the only way for legitimate social change.”

Listen to episodes of The Shake Up here!

Tonight’s Rose City Politics (Sept. 25: 8-9PM)

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On today’s Rose City Politics the panel discusses the Downtown BIA vs. the OLG (who’s side is the City on?), the Premier Aviation hangar boondoggle or economic driver waiting to happen and is our regional transit system (or lack thereof) a barrier to employment and stunting economic growth in Windsor/Essex County? Show begins at 8 pm on CJAM 99.1 fm