Peace FM is a community radio station! We encourage persons to volunteer and become amateur radio stars. We are pleased to offer specialty shows delivered by volunteers who have special interests.
Do you have a special interest? Do you want to be a radio star? We welcome new ideas, new forms of entertainment and will welcome persons who wish to do a show in another language other than English. All volunteers are invited to participate and to be respectful of others at all times. Our volunteer contingent makes us different from commercial radio since we encourage creativity and the desire to be heard on air!
If you wish to be a volunteer on Peace FM and to do a specialty show, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Peace FM is looking for new ideas and shows celebrating life using different genres of music and talk! Join us today!
New Beginnings Gospel Show
Sundays (7:30 am to 8:00 am)The ‘New Beginnings Gospel’ show brings inspirational messages and music that is produced locally for the enjoyment of local listeners. The show is hosted by Kurt Peats who has lived his life all throughout BC. Kurt is a retired RCMP member and served in Dawson Creek and Tumbler Ridge. Kurt’s show is biblically based and has been on air for over six years. Wake up to new beginnings every Sunday morning!
The Bannock Hour
Sundays (7:00 pm to 8:00 pm)Theresa Gladue hosts The Bannock Hour every Sunday night! She plays music from every genre including Pow Wow, the Blues, Rock and Roll and Country and Western from 7 to 8. Theresa highlights tunes performed by local Métis and First Nations artists including those performed by her relatives. Have a laugh, shed a tear and don’t fear, Theresa has a great show for you every Sunday! Theresa has been on air for four years and everyone throughout the world enjoys her humour and her stories, which are told in both English and Cree!
Midas Well Meditation Hour
Sundays (8:00 pm to 9:00 pm)Trish co-hosts the Midas Well Meditation Hour with Jane Spenst. The Midas Well Meditation Hour is one of meditation, inspirational quotes and selected tracks of music. Trish talks about the value of meditation, explains the different techniques for meditation and how to recharge energy and reduce personal stress. She focuses on uplifting the heart and finding a space of inner calm and joy. Her sister Jane Spenst assists her in producing her show. The Midas Hour has been produced for eight years. A warning is in effect: Peace FM is not responsible for your actions if you are meditating, while driving a car or flying a plane.
Midas Well Meditation Hour
Sundays (8:00 pm to 9:00 pm)Jane co-hosts the Midas Well Meditation Hour with Trish Sullivan. The Midas Well Meditation Hour is one of meditation, inspirational quotes and selected tracks of music. Trish talks about the value of meditation, explains the different techniques for meditation and how to recharge energy and reduce personal stress. She focuses on uplifting the heart and finding a space of inner calm and joy. Her sister Jane Spenst assists her in producing her show. The Midas Hour has been produced for eight years. A warning is in effect: Peace FM is not responsible for your actions if you are meditating, while driving a car or flying a plane.
|The Lost Hippie
Monday (9:00 to 11:00 pm)The Lost Hippie was one of the first volunteers on Peace FM and is famous for the Lost Hippie show (formerly known as “Definitely Not the Opry”). He has been with Peace FM since 1999. He started an all day on air campaign encouraging residents to donate to the food hamper. He also started to produce and continues to produce original Remembrance Day Radio Services saluting Canadian veterans. Even though he is living and working on Vancouver Island, The Lost Hippie is loyal to Peace FM and delivers a weekly Show. You can hear music from all genres including classical, opera, jazz, blues, folk, non-traditional rock and Reggae on the Lost Hippie Show. He regularly visits music festivals for Peace FM and does interviews with local musicians like folk singer Odetta, and Reggae Legend Jimmy Cliff.
Take Me To The Water
Tuesdays & Sundays (9:00 to 10:00pm/5:00 – 6:00pm)Reg Whiten is a long-time resident of the area based at Moberly Lake, where he has a lake-side property and has operated a consulting practice InterraPlan Inc. for just over 20 years. His work in land-use planning and watershed stewardship is tied to a love of the Peace country, and its people. Reg originally comes from southern Ontario and also has close ties with extended family at Saulteau First Nations. Having travelled to many parts of the world in his life, he always tries to remember the Dane-zaa saying “Drink the waters of the Peace and you will return”. In work and play, Reg strives to impart a passion about caring for both people and place…starting at the water’s edge!
Leo & Friends
Wednesdays (7:00 to 9:00 pm)Leo started his show 16 years ago to learn how to run the radio console and has had many partners from Craig Friedenthal to Sgt. Scott to Sig Loberg. Sig, an inspirational person from Moberly Lake, also delivered his own show called the Over the Hill Gang. Craig Friedenthal wife, Laurette, also delivered a favourite tune show on Peace FM. Leo’s friends are now the artists of the 50’s, 60’s and the 70’s and include such local singers as Bob Regan and Lucille Star of the Canadian Sweethearts and Keray Regan, originally from Rolla. Pete Seeger, Buddy Holly, Elvis, Melanie and the Beatles can routinely be heard as they drop in on Leo and Friends. Listen to Leo and Friends every Wednesday and attempt to be the Salty Nut of the Week. This show is brought to you by Stasiuk Law Corporation and the Dawson Co-op.