Voices of Community Radio: Week Eight!

Voices of Community Radio is the NCRA's weekly spotlight series featuring the individual experiences of community radio lovers across the country.

In this series, community members talk about their experiences in radio and the value of the NCRA's work. The series is to raise awareness about the NCRA's monthly donation program Friends of Community Radio.

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This week we hear from Jarrett Evan Samson, a Vancouver-based musician and the former host of Geographing on CJSF-FM, and Alicia Williams, current host of the shows G R L G R M S and Mood Swings on CIVL-FM in Abbotsford, BC.

Listen to Alicia on getting started in radio and on talking to her grandfather for the first time about his experience at an Indian Residential School, for the documentary she produced as part of Resonating Reconciliation. Music by Bertha Cool.

Listen to Jarrett talk about how his involvement in radio encouraged him to start his own label and start playing in bands himself. Also featuring Christmas Spooktaculars. Music by Jack J.

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