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>Radio That Doesn’t Suck

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>Just in case you’re online, and you need something to listen to, try BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens. The Welshman presents fresh new music. Tonight I heard Emmy the Great: Sandy Denny meets Mia Doi Todd.

Failing that, you can always haunt my alma mater: CKCU FM, the mighty 93.1

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Toronto-based freelance editor | feminist nerd | hobbyist photographer | former bookseller

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