< Sorry I missed this in time for some of the shows already aired! I just got this from Stubbysfears over at FaLaLaLaLa. This is an excellent example of why I hope more folks get involved! To do it right ain't no one man show! rjd >
with an online listen link!
Fab Five – Gift Ideas From Our Announcers
Saturday, December 12 – Friday, December 18
Stuck for gift ideas over the holidays? We have the solution. Between Saturday, December 12 and Friday, December 18 each of our announcers will present their choice for five solid CD’s you could put on your gift list, either to give or receive.
Jack Semple’s Cool Yule
Friday, December 18 – 8-9pm (pre-empts Alberta Discoveries)
Friday, December 25 – 5-6pm
Jack Semple is what one might call a musician’s musician. Not only is Jack a great guitarist who is always pushing his own envelope, he’s also a great singer. Jack brings these two talents together for a performance of some of the songs from his critically acclaimed CD, Cool Yule. We recorded Jack’s performance last year at Festival Place in Sherwood Park. Joining Jack are Andrew Glover on keys, Dave Chabot on bass and Steve Hoy on drums.
A Jazzy Christmas
Saturday, December 19 – 2-3pm (last hour of A Time For Jazz)
Rebroadcast Friday, December 25 – 8pm
Come, they told me... to A Jazzy Christmas! Join Juno nominated drummer boy Sandro Dominelli performing with pianist Chris Andrew and bassist Rubim de Toledo. The trio will also be joined by the smooth and sultry jazz vocalist Johanna Sillanpaa. The music is a holiday mix of jazz standards and Christmas favourites.
Saturday, December 19 - 7-9pm
A special edition of Baba’s Grooves will pay tribute to our hard-working men and women overseas who serve with the Canadian Forces. This show will also be broadcast by the Forces on CFRT (Canadian Forces Radio & TV).
The Carol Project
Sunday, December 20 - 3-4pm (pre-empts Sounds to Grow On)
Rebroadcast Friday, December 25 – 1-2pm
This one-hour special broadcasts the popular Christmas Carol Project in its entirety and includes interviews with producer John Armstrong and one of the Project’s contributing artists, Maria Dunn. The Carol Project’s cast also includes Bill Bourne, Tom Roschkov, Ken Brown, Kevin Cook, Terry Morrison, Al Brant, Bill Hobson and Dale Ladouceur.
Sunday, December 20 - 4-6pm
World Spinning will be featuring exclusively Christmas music - from all over, and from the middle ages until this minute.
Roy’s Record Room-Shellac Shack Santa
Monday, December 21 – 6-7pm
Think you’ve heard it all? Not until you hear what Roy’s preparing for the holidays! From the arcane to the standards, Roy will dip into his vault of 78’s to bring you some solid selections from Christmas' past.
LATE BREAKING NEWS FROM THE NORTH POLE!
Someone’s been messin’ with the ol’ Shellac Shack Santa’s sack of goodies. As well as rare 78s from Roy’s massive Christmas collection, we’ll hear some cool Christmas 45 and LP cuts on Monday’s RRR. We're now calling it the Shellac Shack Santa’s 3-Speed Platter Party – featuring C&W, doo-wop, rockabilly, choral, gospel, novelty, – you’ll hear it all this coming Monday evening. Don’t miss it! And, if you're partial to Mince Meat Tarts, go here for a special treat from Santa Roy!
Classic Examples - A Choral Christmas
Thursday, December 24 - 7-9pm
Spend your Christmas Eve with Orest Soltykevych for this special edition of Classic Examples. You'll hear a variety of choirs celebrating the Christmas season.
Christmas Day Programming
Friday, December 25 – 10am–1pm
Join The Road Home host Bob Chelmick for a one-size-fits-all, hand-crafted, zero-emission Christmas show from his cozy, solar-powered cabin in the woods. For 3 hours Bob will take you to another place - his home on Nakanum Lake, north of Edmonton, for a cozy celebration of the holidays.
Zero To Ten By One – With Kevin Wilson
Thursday, December 31, 10:30pm – 1am
Nightcap host Kevin Wilson will be taking you on a musical ride through the first decade of the twenty-first century. By 1am, we will have covered some of the best music from 2000 to the start of 2010. Zero To Ten By One!
The Decade in Focus
Friday, January 1, Noon – 4pm
The great music of 2000-2009 is the focus on the first day of the second decade of the twenty-first century. CKUA Music Director and Dead Ends and Detours host Peter North hosts conversation with guests from across the province about the music that has shaped them – and us – over the past 10 years.
CKUA can be heard on the below radio frequencies throughout the province of Alberta, or through the StarChoice satellite system on channel 828 throughout Canada, or through our Windows Media stream worldwide.
Province-wide, Alberta 580 AM
Athabasca 98.3 FM
Canmore/Bow Valley 104.3 FM
Calgary 93.7 FM
Drumheller/Hanna 91.3 FM
Edmonton 94.9 FM
Edson 103.7 FM
Fort McMurray 96.7 FM
Grande Prairie 100.9 FM
Hinton 102.5 FM
Lethbridge 99.3 FM
Lloydminster 97.5 FM
Medicine Hat 97.3 FM
Peace River 96.9 FM
Red Deer 107.7 FM
Spirit River 99.5 FM
Whitecourt 107.1 FM