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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 a 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 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Peace FM is looking for new ideas and shows celebrating life using different genres of music and talk! Join us today!

Celtic Stew
Mondays at 7:00 PM
Mike Forward brings you some of the best celtic inspired sounds of Canada's east coast and beyond.
The Lost Hippie
Mondays at 9:00 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 working with Peace FM  since its inception 1996. 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.
Locally Yours
Tuesdays & Thursdays at 7:00 PM
Moneca has lived in the Peace area since 1971 and is an avid supporter of all music live and local. This makes her a perfect host for “Locally Yours”, a show that features musicians from around the Peace. She is also one third of the popular Hugh Spinney Trio, and often performs at music festivals throughout the summer.
Theresa's Classic Country
Wednesdays & Saturdays at 7:00 PM
Theresa Gladue brings you a collection of her favourite classic country music.
Thursdays at 6:00 PM
Viewpoints provides an overview of what’s happening across Canada. It presents stories that resonate with large audiences as well as Indigenous communities. The show focuses on civic journalism, community related stories as well as on arts, culture, health and environmental issues.
Songwriters From Here & Away
Fridays at 7:00 PM
Join Robert Campbell (a singer-songwriter living in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia) for SFHAA.  SFHAA is a radio show/podcast that features Artists from Atlantic Canada and across Canada.  It focuses on Singer-Songwriters in their own voice.
Mart's Vinyl Vault
Fridays at 8:00 PM
Join Mart every Friday evening for lots of vintage vinyl recordings - snaps and pops included...
Spirit of the West
Saturdays at 7:00 AM
Hugh McLennan combined his many years of professional broadcasting wirh the experience of working with horses and cattle under western skies into a multi award-winning radio show bringing the cowboy experience to the world with his weekly radio program.
Knowledge For Resilience in the Peace
Saturdays at 8:00 AM
The cross-commodity podcast series touches on our primary agricultural commodity players including grains, oilseeds, forage seed, forage, livestock and horticulture.  Margins in agricultural businesses are often small.  Adopting new farming practices can bring a costly learning curve.  Having access to knowledge from researchers, experts and peers who have already walked the path of trying a new practice or technology, affords more producers the opportunity to adopt production practices they may not otherwise have implemented.
At the Crossroads
Saturdays at 6:00 PM
For the most part, each edition of ATC includes a dozen tunes, a two-song spotlight on a brand new album, a classic blues cut or artist, and emphasis upon both established and independent artists. The over-riding goal is to attract new listeners to the blues, while at the same time satisfying purists and long-time aficionados.
Cool Jazz
Saturdays at 8:00 PM
Wayne brings you Cool Jazz. Wayne is a long time resident of the Peace Country,  A Singer Song-Writer, Published Author, and a member of the National Library of Poetry.
JC and Me
Sundays at 7:15 AM
Join Pastor Joseph Clark for a brief devotional.
New Beginnings Gospel
Sundays at 7:30 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!
Harrowsmith Radio
Sundays at 10:00 AM
More than 40 years ago, in 1976, James Lawrence pasted together the first edition of Harrowsmith magazine on his kitchen table in rural Ontario. Totally unique, it was the first Canadian magazine to focus on organic living, alternative energy sources, and a country lifestyle. Lawrence’s ode to back-to- the-land virtues quickly attracted legions of fans and soon became Canada’s bible for rural living.
Truth Before Reconciliation
Sundays at Noon
Truth before Reconciliation, hosted by Tammy Wolfe, provides listeners with a variety of knowledgeable perspective on both current and historical context of Indigenous truths throughout Canada, in order to educate, inform and encourage reconciliation through community awareness and taking action.
Sundays at 1:00 PM
Live from The Cloud Room high atop The Hotel Nostalgia, Pete Smith plays everything from big bands and crooners to jazz and adult contemporary. Join Pete Sundays at 1:00 PM for an hour of easy listening favourites on Swingtime!
The Bannock Hour
Sundays at 7:00 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. 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!
Metaphysical Hour
Sundays at 8:00 PM
MC hosts the Metaphysical Hour. The Metaphysical Hour is one of meditation and inspirational quotes. MC 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.   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.