Storytellers of Canada Radio
Living Stories in a Virtual World
If your guild is a member of the SC-CC, you can be trained as a Radio Rover, learn the radio basics to conduct interviews, and collect great stories from the storytellers in your community that we can then incorporate into our existing shows.
Once you have learned the Rover ropes, you can be trained as a Rovin' Producer and pitch and produce your own radio shows with members of your guild or with other Rovers.
Would like to inquire about our Rover training?
Or maybe you have some ideas about our radio project.
Whichever the case, contact the SC-CC Radio and Podcast Program manager,
CODE OF ETHICS
SC-Radio-CC is guided by the mandate of the SC-CC, and the principles of respect and honor due to storytellers and stories across the many traditions of oral storytelling. We also voluntarily following the broadcast code set out by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters.
Our Rover Programs
Monday to Friday 6am - 5pm Everywhere in CanadaComing soon!
A weekly thematic selection of Folktales, Myths and Legends. Fridays , Sundays 1pm EST
Photos are concentrated Story, Join Saskatoon's Danica Lorer to hear the many words trapped inside the picture. Coming this fall, Thursdays, 8pm CT
Join Calgary's Calum Lycan for a show that is everything but the kitchen sink.
Coming Fall 2018
Let's talk why don't we! StoryChat with Durham Region's Heather Whaley. An SC-Radio-CC special production.
Stay tuned to SC-CC Facebook for broadcast details, and
SC-Radio-CC On Demand
Children's Podcast Series Sneak Peak
Yes indeed! Our first podcast series is in production! Listen to hear what TaDa! The Elements of Storytelling Magic is all about!
What to be a part of it? Stay tuned to the SC-CC Newsletter.
Honouring All - 2018 Conference Radio Quilt Part 2
In part two your Rover team explores what makes this past year's emerging tellers tick, and Interviews from Chris Brooks and Dean Verger. Music by Boxcar Boys. Produced by Danica Lorer, technical production by David Merleau.
Honouring All - 2018 Conference Radio Quilt Part 1
The Rover team took to the halls of Trent University to bring you the wonders of this year's conference. Interviews with Drew Hayden Taylor and Kira Van Deusen, stories from René Misheka and many more! Music by the Boxcar Boys. Produced by Danica Lorer and David Merleau.
"Stories can indeed be like an apple a day as they say, but they can also bear poisonous fruit..."
In our first Healing Stories Rover Network production, Durham ON Rovin' Producer Heather Whaley explores what it takes for a story to heal, and what it means to heal a story. Hosted and produced by David Merleau. First aired June 2017
Golden Threads - 2017 Radio Quilt Part 1
Golden Threads - 2017 Radio Quilt Part 2
In Part two of this 2017 conference Radio Quilt, hear from Ruah Yeng Chang, Yves Robitaille, and an exclusive interview with Merilyn Peringer. Music by Elixer. Produced by Danica Lorer and David Merleau. First aired on the radio October 14, 2018.
World Storytelling Day 2017 - The Calgary Edition
Let's hear the many stories in the crucible of Canadian history, this is "Canada 150" brought to you by Radio Rovers Karen Gummo and Marie Bryce, from The Alberta League Encouraging Storytelling. Produced by David Merleau. First aired March 2017
To Hear and Be Heard - 2016 Radio Quilt Part 1
Highlights, stories, and interviews from SC-CC's 2016 Conference in Vancouver! Part 1 of 2. Produced by David Merleau. First aired on the radio October 8 2016.
To Hear and Be Heard - 2016 Radio Quilt Part 2
Highlights, stories, and interviews from SC-CC's 2016 Conference in Vancouver! Part 2 of 2. First aired on the radio October 15 2016.
Where Languages Meet - 2015 Radio Quilt Part 1
Where Languages Meet - 2015 Radio Quilt Part 2
Enjoy some more SC-Radio-CC coverage of the 2015 Conference in lovely Lévis, Quebec! Produced by David Merleau. First aired on the radio October 10, 2015.
The Island Way - 2014 Radio Quilt
Listen in for a snapshot of the 2014 SC-CC Conference, in beautiful Summerside, PEI. Produced by David Merleau.