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Specials

June 2017

Pepper 25-25th Anniversary of The Beatles "Sgt Pepper" (from 1992) June 1st 4 am, 1 pm and 10 pm

COMING ATTRACTIONS-STAR TREK II THE WRATH OF KHAN (June 1982)

JUNE 17th, 6 AM, 2 PM and 8 pm

SUPERROCK SPECIAL-DON IMUS (June 1974)

JUNE 23rd, 7 AM and 7 PM

July 2017

JULY 1st-ALL CANADIAN ALL DAY

MID to 6AM-Heart Of Gold-6 Hr Music Special

6AM to 6PM-NON STOP 100% Canadian Government Approved Music.

6PM to MID-Northern Gold-6 Hr Music Special

Aug 2017

ENTERTAINMENT COAST TO COAST (Aug 1985)

Aug 5th, 6 AM, 2 PM and 8 PM

ENTERTAINMENT EXPRESS (Aug 1992)

Aug 6th, 4 AM, 1 PM and 11 PM

12 Hours of ELVIS AUGUST 18th!!! On the 40th Anniversary of his Death This Week.

6AM to 6PM

Elvis Memories(1978)-6AM

The Elvis Radio Special(1977)-9AM to 3PM

Elvis-Legend Of A King (1984)-3PM

Canadian Top 40 With Michael Morgan (August 31st, 1974)

Sept 1st, 7AM, 5 PM

Sept 2017

Not The American Top 40 (1984)

Sept 2nd, 6 AM, 2 PM and 8 PM

ALL TIMES EASTERN STANDARD OR DAYLIGHT TIME

MONDAY

Music from 1900-1939

TUESDAY

Music from 1940-1949

FEATURES:

5 Minutes Star Programs at 3:30 am and 4:30 pm

Joint Women's Recruting Army Campaign at 4:30 am and 5:30 pm

During World War II, a number of radio programs, in addition to films were produced to promote the war effort. These are some of the more rarely heard ones. Produced in Canada, Joint Women's Recruiting were a series of shows to encourage women to join the effort instead of staying home. The 5 star minute programs, were similar in nature, only incorporating Stars from Hollywood, talking to the Canadian Radio Audience, in October 1943. Hosted primarily by a Canadian who would be a future Hollywood star himself, Lorne Greene. The material is sourced from the original 16 inch transcription discs, and is likely not heard anywhere else but TCAN.

Old Time Radio Program Hour at 5 am, NOON and 9 pm (Superman, Alan Young Show, Solders Of The Press)

Solders Of the Press is an American Syndicated Series from 1943 to 1945 from the World Broadcasting System. A World War II "infomerical" telling the stories of the brave men of the United Press as they share their experiences with the allied troops. These were dramatizations, and include some well known names, including Walter Cronkite. TCAN currently has access to what is believed to be the only most complete collection of episodes of this series, sourced from the original transcription discs. The quality is amazingly good.

WEDNESDAY

Music from 1950-1959

FEATURES:

Elvis Single Releases with John Graham at 3 am 2 pm & 9 pm

X Minus One at 3:30 am 2:30 pm & 9:30 pm

The Pop Sounds Of Yesterday with John Graham at 3 pm, 3 & 10 pm

John Graham has been a music nut and fan for many years, with a special love for music of the 50's and 60's. John digs out his old LP's and 45's each week to give a vintage feel to his trip back to the music he loves. Both shows, originally produced for CHFX-FM In Halifax NS Canada in the early and mid 80's, seems to be like the music it celebrates, it stands the test of time.

THURSDAY

Music from 1960-1969

FEATURES:

The Pop Sounds Of Yesterday with John Graham at 9 am

Elvis Single Releases with John Graham at NOON

Takin Ya Back-the 1960s with Kurt David at 3 am, 11 am and 9 pm

FRIDAY

Music from 1970-1979

FEATURES:

Takin Ya Back-the 1970s with Kurt David at 3 am, Noon and 8 pm

Maple Leaf Beaver Hour (100% canadian government approved music) at 4 am, 1 pm and 9 pm

Saving the 70s with Mike Walker at 5 am, 2 pm and 10 pm

CBS Radio Mystery Theater With EG Marshall at 6 am and 11 pm

CBSRMT was an ambitious and sustained attempt during the 1970s to revive the type of audio drama familiar to listeners of old-time radio. The series was created by Himan Brown, a radio legend due to his work on Inner Sanctum Mysteries, The Adventures of Nero Wolfe and other shows dating back to the 1930s. It originally aired daily from 1974 to 1982.

SATURDAY

Music from 1980-1989

FEATURES:

Takin Ya Back-the 1980s with Kurt David at 3 am, Noon and 9 pm

Maple Leaf Beaver Hour (100% canadian government approved music) at 4 am, 1 pm and 10 pm

Profile with Terry Reid at 5 am and 11 pm

Cheeze Pleeze with Snarfdude and Daffodil at 6 pm

Simple put, It's "The wacky warped and weird every week" with hosts Snarfdude and Daffodil. Scouring the garage sales, the flea markets and the thrift stores for the music that should have been long forgotten, Snarf and Daffy driving around in a beat up van driving across North America looking for cheezy music. Stuff so bad, it's good, from polka, terrible cover songs to celebrities who should have never even throught of singing.

SUNDAY

Music from 1990-1999

FEATURES:

Cheeze Pleeze with Snarfdude and Daffodil at NOON