The Dalhousie Gazette
Hosted By: Katie Keizer
The Dalhousie Gazette is the student-run newspaper of Dalhousie University and the oldest, longest-run campus newspaper in Canada. The Gazette is an autonomous student newspaper covering news and events both on the Dalhousie campus and around Halifax. It’s covered stories ranging from provincial politics, celebrating women on campus and of course, the Dalhousie Student Union.
Hosted By: Josh Hoffman
A current affairs show focusing on local news and events that could stand up against anything done similarly by other Halifax media. Each episode of the podcast takes an in-depth look into an issue or issues of relevance to a local and regional audience through research, interviews and analysis. It would be a balanced, enlightening and entertaining approach to things that matter, and should matter, in our own backyard.
Hosted By: Ilyas Kurbanov
Welcome to Into It – a podcast about news and sports at Dalhousie University and the University of King's College in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
My Blackness, My Truth
Hosted By: Jayde Symone
Frank and candid conversations about race and identity, with a special focus on the African Nova Scotian experience.
Hosted By: Shauna and David
Sciographies introduces listeners to scientists at Dalhousie University. Each episode explores events in our guest’s life that left an impression powerful enough to lead them to their career in science. Guests will also talk about their research and provide thought-provoking commentary on topics like climate change, cannabis research, endangered species and more.
Hosted By: Aidan McMahon
Audio collages in drama, documentary and story telling.
ULEAD: Dal/UKing’s News
Hosted By: Karli Zschogner
Karli Zschogner reports and hosts ULead, a news and current affairs show for Dalhousie University and the University of King's College, with a human rights focus.
ULead aired on CKDU.fm Fridays 10:30am from February to April 2018 in Halifax. Theme song by Siddharth Kedare.
Voices from the Harbour
We are looking to uncover the hidden voices of our Halifax community through the power storytelling. There will be a focus on diversity and inclusion, and we will seek guests to speak on behalf of these topics.
Each month we will feature a Haligonian with a unique perspective and story of the city. The Global Shapers will facilitate this discussion to provide a platform for stories that can be advocated for.