UBCO’s Student Radio Station
Heatwave Radio is UBC Okanagan’s student radio station. We are your destination for Music, Talk Radio, and Campus News curated by students to highlight our community on campus and beyond.
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Meredith interviews Hush Hush Noise, an experimental pop duo from Victoria, BC.
Hush Hush Noise’s self-titled album will be released with Coax Records on June 7, 2019.
In this first episode of Classic Movies Live, Pierre and Jeff discuss the final movie in M. Night Shyamalan's bizarre superhero trilogy. Is Glass a worthy successor to Unbreakable and Split? Is it even a good movie? Find out as our hosts tackle their first classic movie...live!
The first episode of our new show, Not Dunn Yet, is live! Join your host, Ben Dunn, every Monday as he shares conversations with some of the interesting people he’s met during the course of his studies in Anthropology & Psychology at UBCO.
Fourth year student Angie shares her experience being first misdiagnosed with an Anxiety Disorder, when in reality she was struggling with ADHD.
Brie talks to second-year student and Director-At-Large Casey Stein, who shares his experiences with depression, anxiety, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Come join our music community! We’ll be playing great music and unsigned artists from across the globe. This episode features Kae Sun, Lindi Ortega, Nightseeker, and more!
Heatwave Radio recently recorded the book release event of Whale: The Oral History of Canadian Drumming Prodigy Ryan Loerke. Check out the bios of the author Matthew Ratzlaff and drummer Ryan Loerke, and where to pick up a copy of the book!
Okay, so lets start by looking at a galaxy.
see these jet things?
that’s caused by the same thing that causes Quasars.
there’s a supermassive black hole at the centre of the galaxy
spewing off radiation, pushing the gas in it all over the place and heating up the halo.
all this mess can keep stars from forming!!
In episode #270 of Talking Radical Radio (May 15, 2018), Scott Neigh interviews Mohammad Ali, the Socialist Vocalist. Ali is a hip hop artist based in Toronto known for his sharp political lyrics and for his deep commitment to struggles for social justice. They speak about Ali's music, about his involvement in activism and organizing, and about the ways that social movements in Canada need to do a better job at engaging with and supporting the arts.