Culture & Arts shows represent the diverse and underground voices of the Montréal scene, covering literary & arts events, an array of cultural perspectives and much much more….


Monday to Friday 7 to 9 am, with the french edition Le Lendemain de la veille on Thursdays

The Morning After Show is an arts, culture, news and music magazine show airing 7h-9h every weekday morning. The Morning After is produced by a collective of volunteers who organize together to create exciting, engaging, alternative programming by mixing music and spoken word creatively to inspire and inform waking listeners. The Morning After is open to all members of CKUT and is the ideal place for volunteers to get hands-on experience as hosts, technicians and producers.

Morning After Magazine shows:

  • Dragonroot (Tuesdays)
  • The Science Report with Bimo (Wednesdays)
  • Moving Picture Radio (Wednesdays)

Radio is Dead: Monday 2-3 pm

This program is intended to provide a space to both foster and showcase collective creative radio production by both amateur and veteran CKUT volunteers in spoken word. The program will push limits of experimental radio and play with the elements that made radio magical in the past to its audience. The program is meant to push the bounds of the producer’s and the listener’s imagination through radio drama, soundscapes, poetry, storytelling and documentary, including CKUT’s way-back archives; production-heavy and creative works are encouraged.

All Things McGill: Monday 11:00-11:30

All Things McGill is a 100% student-run radio program about issues and events that affect McGill students. You can hear us every other Monday from 11:00-11:30 am on CKUT 90.3 FM.For more information, or to get involved directly, email or go here.

There are so many ways to get involved in the Arts & Culture department, and we’re always looking for passionate and motivated individuals from the McGill campus! If you are a McGill student and have an idea to propose, please contact

Radia: Monday 11:30-12:00

Radia network is an international informal network of community radio stations that have a common interest in producing and sharing art works for the radio. In 2014, the network gathers 24 radio stations from 22 cities across 15 countries, speaking 10 different languages. It also organizes linked-up events and special broadcastsRadia intends to be a space of reflection about today’s radio and radio art. Its activities try to contribute to intercultural exchange and artworks and artists circulation.

Free City Radio: Wednsday 11:00-11:30

Highlighting progressive voices reflecting on grassroots activism and the arts. Through interviews and in-studio discussions, this program will give voice to alternative perspectives on contemporary political forces, focusing on underreported realities in Quebec society but also situations globally.

Soul Perspectives: Tuesday 7-8:30 pm/Alternates with Lesbo-sons, same thing in french

Provides a space for critical discussion about local, national and international issues of concern to Montreal’s Black (people of African descent) community. Maintains a high standard of broadcasting through thorough research into topics that are pertinent to the Black community. There is a commitment to treating each topic and community covered with deep respect.

Dykes on Mics: Monday 7-8 pm Alternates with Lesbo-sons,

Provides an exclusive and essential service to the dyke community in Montreal by being one of the only lesbian radio programs. Focuses on a variety of news, current affairs and artistic events involving Montreal lesbian community and beyond.

Under the Olive tree: Thursday 11am-12pm

Under the Olive Tree (UOT) is a Palestinian affairs radio program broadcasting on CKUT since 2005. Its purpose is to provide an alternative focus on events, issues, arts and current/public affairs in the Palestinian communities in Canada and beyond. It has been designed as a magazine for airing items of interest and concern in an interesting and informative manner, while providing the maximum opportunity for station and community involvement.

Dromotexte: Thursday 8-9pm

Spoken word recordings and poetry receive very little air play on the radio and Dromotexte is one of a handful of such venues in North America. Spoken word, literary, artistic text-based audio, recordings played back-to-back with comments.

Pirate Block Radio: Every first thursday of the month 8-9pm

Eastern Bloc and CKUT are teaming up for a novel radio project, dedicated to emerging artistic practices, with special attention to those occurring on the Montreal digital arts scene.

Café: Fridays 6-7 pm

CKUT’s Café is a weekly magazine that has the mandate of presenting a quality hour of arts and culture for the Montreal Population. The programming of this radio show is geared towards a presentation of artistic and cultural events that primarily promotes local artists. Café also presents artistic and cultural issues that fit CKUT’s essential mandate.

International Radio Report: Sunday 11-11:30 am

Is a half-hour weekly show about radio broadcasting locally and internationally. This program provides an in-depth analysis of general journalism, issues of censorship, copyright, corporate takeovers and other things that affect all media landscapes at home and abroad. It has been on since the station’s first week of existence 25 years ago.


Hersays: Wednesdays 6-7 pm
Hersays is a feminist collective which features four different programs each month, alternating between different feminist voices within the community

1st of the month: Audiosmut on CKUT is a racy radio show exploring the vast terrain of sexuality. We are a feminist collective of sex positive and queer positive activists who use the art of radio to challenge notions of decency. We aim to bring diverse expressions of sexuality and sexual desire to the media by giving a voice to alternative perspectives.

2nd of the month: Owl (older women live) are true trailblazers. The group’s founders wanted to empower older women by giving them a voice in the media and demystifying technology, so they created their own show that addresses a wide range of issues

3rd of the month: In the Motherhood

women discussing the lives of mothers and general issues of perenthood from the feminist perspective in Montreal and beyond. The show features news, music, arts and current affairs involving feminist approaches to family life and much more

4th of the month when there is 5 wednsdays: Eve et Pandore:

francophone feminist perspectives

Last of the month:  Spifiyah

Is a monthly collective radio show broadcasting from Montreal every last Wednesday of the month on CKUT 90.3 FM. Spitfiyah! breathes the lives of women and colour in Montreal. The show focuses on feminism from women of color persepcitive is a prime example of programming produces by and for the community itself. It has been on the air for over a decade.

Voices of Montreal: Thursdays 2-3 pm
Collectives representing a range of voices from the Montreal community

Transistor radio is Radio by and for the trans community. Features music, arts and discussion

Radio Moon is a program produced by the members of Forward House and focuses on issues surrounding physical and mental health.

Art, Scene and Heard

is a nprogram dealing with all aspects of visual arts in Montreal with focus on alternative art events, spaces and collectives as well as groups normally non represented or under-represented in the Montreals visual arts scene.

Ostories:  COHDS’ radio program, O Stories, showcasing the work of our affiliates and guest speakers. Shares stories of struggle, war, genocide and more, from a learning based personal perspective