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New Indigenous-focussed CFUV podcast Dene Talk covers modern stories of resilience, resistance, and resurgence

Dene Talk is the beginning not the end of more Indigenous programming at CFUV, says series creator Cassidy Villebrun-Buracas A new Indigenous-focussed CFUV podcast that covers modern stories of resilience,…

The Martlet’s valentines

Valentine's Day is a time for letting the people in your life know how you feel about them — whether they are your partner, a community radio station, or the…

CFUV’s podcasts spotlight hidden local issues

UVic's radio station, CFUV, spent the semester digging — trudging through information, audio tapes, interviews, and sources to bring their third season of podcasts to life. We took a look…

Blues for Eric

Former CFUV host to be honoured with several benefit concerts and a UVic scholarship Any music fan who listened to Eric Leblanc’s CFUV radio show knows that he was one…

A River of Oranges

The remarkable story of long-standing CFUV host Aldo Nazarko Over a period of 80 years, the city of Rijeka — formerly known as Fiume — changed nationalities five times. Prior…

CFUV Speaks brings spoken word to UVic airwaves

There’s one thing you need to know about CFUV’s spoken word department: no, it’s not poetry. Beginning this spring, and continuing strong through the next nine months, the on-campus radio…

Native Waves Radio wraps ten-year run with Indigenous Music Award nomination

CFUV’s Native Waves Radio (NWR) has been nominated for the Indigenous Music Award for Best Radio Station Program — Promoting Indigenous Music. This is opportune timing, as NWR aired its last show on…

Radio Head: Surfing the airwaves with CFUV’s Johnnie Regalado

“Radio never dies,” Johnnie Regalado says. He repositions himself atop his swivel chair, his cardigan fitted and buttoned high, his hair trimmed and parted to the right, and his voice…

Three decades later, CFUV still sounding good

The University of Victoria’s campus-community radio station turns 30 this December. And with increases in funding and new technologies, CFUV is only improving with age. Fresh thinking and extra funds…

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