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December 17, 2014

Radio Regent would like to introduce to you four great new radio programs!

Dum Dums, Harbord Buzz, Combat/Rock and The Truth with Ari Goldkind



Dum Dums airs every Wednesdays 7pm-8pm.
Harbord Buzz airs every last Tuesday of the month 6pm-7pm.
Combat / Rock airs every Monday 5pm-6pm.
The Truth with Ari Goldkind airs every Wednesdays 4pm-5pm.

To view our complete guide of weekly programming, check out our schedule.

Mayoral Debate in Regent Park

October 8, 2014

Last night the latest Mayoral Debate was held in Regent Park at the Daniels Spectrum in partnership with Regent Park Focus, RPTV and After The Collapse (from Radio Regent). Listen to After The Collapse for more information on the out come of the Regent Park hosted Toronto Mayoral Debate.



Debate considered of the following candidates: John Tory, Olivia Chow and Radio Regent's own Ari Goldkind who hosts The Truth, which airs every Wednesday at 7pm - 8pm. You can hear some of his podcasts hosted with Music and Politics.

Radio Regent Media Player Formats

April 15, 2014

If you are experiencing any issues while listening to Radio Regent via our web-based player, we provide a wide range of media player formats to reach our stream with more stability. Click here to see our full list of supported players.

Radio Regent in Partnership with 91.9FM The Cave (Kingston)

November 26, 2013

Radio Regent will be working in partnership with The Cave to cross-promote youth based radio programming on the FM dial in Kingston and on Radio Regent's stream here in Toronto broadcasting world wide.

91.9FM The Cave is a community not-for-profit station broadcasting out of Kingston, Ontario, run as a focus program in the Limestone District School Board. They broadcast throughout the school year and hire student managers and support volunteers to continue to serve the community during the summer months. Each semester, they invite students and volunteers from across the community of Kingston to participate at CKVI radio as hosts, programmers, sound engineers, public relations coordinators, journalists, interviewers, reviewers, and charity fund-raisers in order to perform all of the associated jobs involved in a CRTC licensed station.



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