Weekly Program Schedule

Jazz Gone Wild (ish)
05:00 - 06:00

Jazz Gone Wild (ish)

with Jaymz Bee
A spinoff of Jaymz Bee’s original late-night program Jazz Gone Wildthis morning show features unconventional songs from his vast collection of vintage vinyl but with a more lighthearted sound for the early birds.

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Wake Up!
07:00 - 11:00

Wake Up!

with Heather Bambrick
You’ll be entertained throughout the morning with Heather Bambrick’s infectious wit and deep knowledge of instrumental and, of course, vocal jazz. You can always rely on that Newfoundland charm to bring you friendly company, the best music and the information you need for the rest of your day and evening.

The Interval
11:00 - 14:00

The Interval

with Raina Hersh
Raina Hersh helps you close out your morning and kickstart your afternoon with smiles, good company and great jazz.
Afternoon Drive - Copy
13:45 - 13:50

Afternoon Drive - Copy

Sometimes driving means sitting in traffic and sometimes it's a smooth ride. But wherever you're coming from and wherever you're headed, we've got music for anyone, anywhere. Take a break from the usual and explore the greatest sounds ever created. From Miles to Metheny, Getz to Glasper, Coltrane to Kamasi — it's all here for you with your host Brad Barker.
Afternoon Drive - Copy
13:50 - 13:55

Afternoon Drive - Copy

Sometimes driving means sitting in traffic and sometimes it's a smooth ride. But wherever you're coming from and wherever you're headed, we've got music for anyone, anywhere. Take a break from the usual and explore the greatest sounds ever created. From Miles to Metheny, Getz to Glasper, Coltrane to Kamasi — it's all here for you with your host Brad Barker.
Afternoon Drive - Copy
13:55 - 14:00

Afternoon Drive - Copy

Sometimes driving means sitting in traffic and sometimes it's a smooth ride. But wherever you're coming from and wherever you're headed, we've got music for anyone, anywhere. Take a break from the usual and explore the greatest sounds ever created. From Miles to Metheny, Getz to Glasper, Coltrane to Kamasi — it's all here for you with your host Brad Barker.
Afternoon Drive - Copy
14:01 - 14:04

Afternoon Drive - Copy

Sometimes driving means sitting in traffic and sometimes it's a smooth ride. But wherever you're coming from and wherever you're headed, we've got music for anyone, anywhere. Take a break from the usual and explore the greatest sounds ever created. From Miles to Metheny, Getz to Glasper, Coltrane to Kamasi — it's all here for you with your host Brad Barker.
Dinner Jazz
18:00 - 21:00

Dinner Jazz

with John Devenish
The best in classic and contemporary jazz designed to take you from the day that was to the night that is.

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Jazzology
21:00 - 22:00

Jazzology

with Heather Bambrick
The future of jazz is in the hands of emerging artists. Jazzology provides an opportunity for students to showcase their talents and accomplishments and share their stories and love of music in a professional environment. These talented jazz students choose the music, including some recordings of their own.

Jamie Cullum BBC Radio Show
22:00 - 23:00

Jamie Cullum BBC Radio Show

Musician/performer Jamie Cullum interviews some of the world's best jazz artists on his award-winning one-hour BBC 2 radio show.
First Listen
23:00 - 00:00

First Listen

with Brad Barker
We've put aside an hour each week to feature the latest releases in jazz. Listen to fresh sounds and new discoveries as we take a deep dive into cutting-edge artists, hot reissues and some of your favourite contemporary musicians.

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Wake Up!
07:00 - 11:00

Wake Up!

with Heather Bambrick
You’ll be entertained throughout the morning with Heather Bambrick’s infectious wit and deep knowledge of instrumental and, of course, vocal jazz. You can always rely on that Newfoundland charm to bring you friendly company, the best music and the information you need for the rest of your day and evening.

Afternoon Drive - Copy
09:43 - 09:45

Afternoon Drive - Copy

Sometimes driving means sitting in traffic and sometimes it's a smooth ride. But wherever you're coming from and wherever you're headed, we've got music for anyone, anywhere. Take a break from the usual and explore the greatest sounds ever created. From Miles to Metheny, Getz to Glasper, Coltrane to Kamasi — it's all here for you with your host Brad Barker.
Afternoon Drive - Copy
09:48 - 09:50

Afternoon Drive - Copy

Sometimes driving means sitting in traffic and sometimes it's a smooth ride. But wherever you're coming from and wherever you're headed, we've got music for anyone, anywhere. Take a break from the usual and explore the greatest sounds ever created. From Miles to Metheny, Getz to Glasper, Coltrane to Kamasi — it's all here for you with your host Brad Barker.
Afternoon Drive - Copy
09:56 - 09:57

Afternoon Drive - Copy

Sometimes driving means sitting in traffic and sometimes it's a smooth ride. But wherever you're coming from and wherever you're headed, we've got music for anyone, anywhere. Take a break from the usual and explore the greatest sounds ever created. From Miles to Metheny, Getz to Glasper, Coltrane to Kamasi — it's all here for you with your host Brad Barker.
Afternoon Drive - Copy
10:39 - 10:50

Afternoon Drive - Copy

Sometimes driving means sitting in traffic and sometimes it's a smooth ride. But wherever you're coming from and wherever you're headed, we've got music for anyone, anywhere. Take a break from the usual and explore the greatest sounds ever created. From Miles to Metheny, Getz to Glasper, Coltrane to Kamasi — it's all here for you with your host Brad Barker.
The Interval
11:00 - 14:00

The Interval

with Raina Hersh
Raina Hersh helps you close out your morning and kickstart your afternoon with smiles, good company and great jazz.
Dinner Jazz
18:00 - 21:00

Dinner Jazz

with John Devenish
The best in classic and contemporary jazz designed to take you from the day that was to the night that is.

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Jazz in the City
21:00 - 23:00

Jazz in the City

with Jaymz Bee
Join Jaymz Bee for a three-hour love-fest of all things local. Who's got a new record? Who's playing in the clubs? If it's local to Toronto, you'll hear it here. Jaymz will play music by artists who are performing in the Toronto area, and will occasionally interview musicians visiting or based in Toronto. The show also features music from some of the legendary musicians who put jazz on the map: Archie Alleyne, Peter Appleyard, Oscar Peterson and much more.
Ronnie Scott's Radio Show
23:00 - 00:00

Ronnie Scott's Radio Show

with Ian Shaw
Acclaimed jazz pianist and singer Ian Shaw presents this show from Ronnie Scott’s, the historic London jazz club. The program features music from the very artists who have graced the club’s stage — whether they're today’s legends or tomorrow's stars — alongside interviews and rare archive tracks recorded at the club during its rich 55-year history.
Wake Up!
07:00 - 11:00

Wake Up!

with Heather Bambrick
You’ll be entertained throughout the morning with Heather Bambrick’s infectious wit and deep knowledge of instrumental and, of course, vocal jazz. You can always rely on that Newfoundland charm to bring you friendly company, the best music and the information you need for the rest of your day and evening.

The Interval
11:00 - 14:00

The Interval

with Raina Hersh
Raina Hersh helps you close out your morning and kickstart your afternoon with smiles, good company and great jazz.
Dinner Jazz
18:00 - 21:00

Dinner Jazz

with John Devenish
The best in classic and contemporary jazz designed to take you from the day that was to the night that is.

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Gumbo Kitchen
21:00 - 01:00

Gumbo Kitchen

with Ronnie Littlejohn
Join host Ronnie Littlejohn in the Gumbo Kitchen for a musical journey through the Crescent City. The show explores New Orleans jazz, swampy funk, second-line brass bands and more. Add a dash of soul and gospel, with a pinch of New Orleans rhythm and blues, and you’ve got a delicious savoury gumbo!
Jazz Gone Wild
01:00 - 02:00

Jazz Gone Wild

with Jaymz Bee
One of the most unique shows on the late-night airwaves, Jazz Gone Wild explores all kinds of music, from questionable demos to experimental masterpieces. Sometimes hilarious, sometimes just plain odd, this program proves that beauty lies in the ear of the beholder. Amazing or wrong? Brilliant or horrible? You decide.

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First Listen
09:00 - 10:00

First Listen

with Brad Barker
We've put aside an hour each week to feature the latest releases in jazz. Listen to fresh sounds and new discoveries as we take a deep dive into cutting-edge artists, hot reissues and some of your favourite contemporary musicians.

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Weekend B&B
10:00 - 11:00

Weekend B&B

with Heather Bambrick and Brad Barker
Join Heather Bambrick and Brad Barker for a weekend escape — well, for an hour, anyway! They’ll share the music that’s on their radar as well as some fun, frivolity and a few friends. It’s the ultimate jazz getaway on Weekend B&B.

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Jamie Cullum BBC Radio Show
11:00 - 12:00

Jamie Cullum BBC Radio Show

Musician/performer Jamie Cullum interviews some of the world's best jazz artists on his award-winning one-hour BBC 2 radio show.
Saturday Afternoon Jazz
12:00 - 16:00

Saturday Afternoon Jazz

with Walter Venafro
Established in 2004, Saturday Afternoon Jazz on JAZZ.FM91 quickly became known as Canada's home of jazz fusion. Acid, soul, funk, Latin, R&B, rock, trap, world music — it's all in the mix. If it's groovy and swings, there's a good chance you'll hear it here.
Café Latino
16:00 - 19:00

Café Latino

with Laura Fernandez
Café Latino with host Laura Fernandez explores the best Latin jazz from all over the world, including Brazilian and Afro-Cuban music and Latin jazz from the U.S., Venezuela, Spain and, of course, Canada. It's an excellent way to energize your Saturday evenings.
Swing Set
19:00 - 20:00

Swing Set

with Alex Pangman
An early jazz enthusiast, Alex Pangman shares the records and stories of the swinging music that began to take shape in the 1920s, hit its stride in the '30s and '40s, and continues to be played by artists today. Swing Set features the best swing music from both then and now.
BLUZ.FM
20:00 - 00:00

BLUZ.FM

with Danny Marks
BLUZ.FM brings you all the colours of the blues every Saturday night. Blues is the bedrock of much of our music today, and we celebrate that in all its glory. Our adventure in the blues is deep and profound. It's been said that blues is the root, and all else is the fruit. Let the blues bloom for you. Ride the wave to midnight every Saturday with Danny Marks. Looking for that song you just heard? Ask Danny himself, and he'll get back to you within 24 hours.
Blurred Lines
00:00 - 02:00

Blurred Lines

with Walter Venafro
Blurred Lines offers a late-night soundscape that crosses the worlds of jazz, fusion, neo-soul, funk and R&B. Walter Venafro digs into his virtual crate and creates the perfect Saturday night mood, whether you're heading home from a night out or disappearing into your headphones.

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Jazzology
08:00 - 09:00

Jazzology

with Heather Bambrick
The future of jazz is in the hands of emerging artists. Jazzology provides an opportunity for students to showcase their talents and accomplishments and share their stories and love of music in a professional environment. These talented jazz students choose the music, including some recordings of their own.

Session Notes
09:00 - 10:00

Session Notes

Session Notes goes behind the scenes and inside the studio with some of Canada's leading jazz musicians. With seasoned players like Reg Schwager, Russ Little, Colleen Allen, Alison Young, Ted Quinlan and many more, you'll get to hear the stories and experiences of those who have spent years writing the ongoing history of Canadian jazz. Listen to new episodes every week, or catch up on previous episodes below.
Radio Deluxe
10:00 - 12:00

Radio Deluxe

with John Pizzarelli & Jessica Molaskey
John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey, along with members of John's trio, get together every weekend in their "deluxe living room" to make music, play CDs and have fun with their musical guests.
Sunday Drive
12:00 - 16:00

Sunday Drive

with Walter Venafro
Wikipedia defines a Sunday drive as "an automobile trip … taken for pleasure or leisure on a Sunday, usually in the afternoon. During the Sunday drive, there is typically no destination and no rush.” We've got music for just the occasion. Sunday Drive with Walter Venafro is a musical journey with no destination and no rush — just four hours of cool, classic and contemporary jazz.
Sound of Jazz
16:00 - 17:00

Sound of Jazz

Sound of Jazz concerts are live events to be treasured.  From the amazing Ian Shaw to Al Jarreau, our Sound of Jazz series proves that live music is better. We've got some world-class concerts for you, exclusively on JAZZ.FM91.
The Big Band Show
17:00 - 22:00

The Big Band Show

with Glen Woodcock
Glen Woodcock took over The Big Band Show in 1976, and it has been on the air with the same host longer than any other current program on Toronto radio. Glen plays a broad mix of big band recordings, from the early 1930s to the present.
Host Your Own Radio Show
22:00 - 23:00

Host Your Own Radio Show

You can host your own 30-minute radio show on your favourite station, JAZZ.FM91. You program it, we record it and then we put it on the air. Host it by yourself or with your favourite JAZZ.FM91 personality. To learn more about this unique experience, please contact Steven Endicott at sendicott@jazz.fm.
Ronnie Scott's Radio Show
23:00 - 00:00

Ronnie Scott's Radio Show

with Ian Shaw
Acclaimed jazz pianist and singer Ian Shaw presents this show from Ronnie Scott’s, the historic London jazz club. The program features music from the very artists who have graced the club’s stage — whether they're today’s legends or tomorrow's stars — alongside interviews and rare archive tracks recorded at the club during its rich 55-year history.
Jazz Gone Wild
00:00 - 01:00

Jazz Gone Wild

with Jaymz Bee
One of the most unique shows on the late-night airwaves, Jazz Gone Wild explores all kinds of music, from questionable demos to experimental masterpieces. Sometimes hilarious, sometimes just plain odd, this program proves that beauty lies in the ear of the beholder. Amazing or wrong? Brilliant or horrible? You decide.

Supported by

Wake Up!
07:00 - 11:00

Wake Up!

with Heather Bambrick
You’ll be entertained throughout the morning with Heather Bambrick’s infectious wit and deep knowledge of instrumental and, of course, vocal jazz. You can always rely on that Newfoundland charm to bring you friendly company, the best music and the information you need for the rest of your day and evening.

The Interval
11:00 - 14:00

The Interval

with Raina Hersh
Raina Hersh helps you close out your morning and kickstart your afternoon with smiles, good company and great jazz.
Dinner Jazz
18:00 - 21:00

Dinner Jazz

with John Devenish
The best in classic and contemporary jazz designed to take you from the day that was to the night that is.

Supported by:

Joe's Jazz
21:00 - 22:00

Joe's Jazz

with Joe Sealy
Pianist Joe Sealy takes listeners on a journey through his record collection, featuring artists and music he loves and that have influenced him.
Radio Deluxe
22:00 - 00:00

Radio Deluxe

with John Pizzarelli & Jessica Molaskey
John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey, along with members of John's trio, get together every weekend in their "deluxe living room" to make music, play CDs and have fun with their musical guests.
Wake Up!
07:00 - 11:00

Wake Up!

with Heather Bambrick
You’ll be entertained throughout the morning with Heather Bambrick’s infectious wit and deep knowledge of instrumental and, of course, vocal jazz. You can always rely on that Newfoundland charm to bring you friendly company, the best music and the information you need for the rest of your day and evening.

The Interval
11:00 - 14:00

The Interval

with Raina Hersh
Raina Hersh helps you close out your morning and kickstart your afternoon with smiles, good company and great jazz.
Afternoon Drive - Copy
16:30 - 16:35

Afternoon Drive - Copy

Sometimes driving means sitting in traffic and sometimes it's a smooth ride. But wherever you're coming from and wherever you're headed, we've got music for anyone, anywhere. Take a break from the usual and explore the greatest sounds ever created. From Miles to Metheny, Getz to Glasper, Coltrane to Kamasi — it's all here for you with your host Brad Barker.
Afternoon Drive - Copy
16:35 - 16:40

Afternoon Drive - Copy

Sometimes driving means sitting in traffic and sometimes it's a smooth ride. But wherever you're coming from and wherever you're headed, we've got music for anyone, anywhere. Take a break from the usual and explore the greatest sounds ever created. From Miles to Metheny, Getz to Glasper, Coltrane to Kamasi — it's all here for you with your host Brad Barker.
Afternoon Drive - Copy
16:45 - 16:50

Afternoon Drive - Copy

Sometimes driving means sitting in traffic and sometimes it's a smooth ride. But wherever you're coming from and wherever you're headed, we've got music for anyone, anywhere. Take a break from the usual and explore the greatest sounds ever created. From Miles to Metheny, Getz to Glasper, Coltrane to Kamasi — it's all here for you with your host Brad Barker.
Afternoon Drive - Copy
16:51 - 16:55

Afternoon Drive - Copy

Sometimes driving means sitting in traffic and sometimes it's a smooth ride. But wherever you're coming from and wherever you're headed, we've got music for anyone, anywhere. Take a break from the usual and explore the greatest sounds ever created. From Miles to Metheny, Getz to Glasper, Coltrane to Kamasi — it's all here for you with your host Brad Barker.
Dinner Jazz
18:00 - 21:00

Dinner Jazz

with John Devenish
The best in classic and contemporary jazz designed to take you from the day that was to the night that is.

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Voice Tracks
21:00 - 22:00

Voice Tracks

with Dani Elwell
Veteran broadcaster and programmer Dani Elwell isn't a vocalist (except in the shower), but she sure does have respect for them. On Voice Tracks, she explores the newly breaking and long-treasured vocalists who deserve to be showcased in the world of jazz.
New Origins
22:00 - 23:00

New Origins

with Rich Brown
If music is indeed the healing force of the universe, then Rich Brown has certainly tapped into that force. Hosted and curated by one of the jazz world’s heaviest bassists, New Origins is a far-reaching, mind-expanding auditory quest. He's always on the hunt for unique jazz sounds that are fresh yet universal.
Beyond the Fringe
23:00 - 00:00

Beyond the Fringe

with Danny Marks
Beyond the Fringe is an exciting exploration of music from a passionate music lover, musician and broadcaster. Previously a part of Danny Marks' longtime BLUZ.FM program on Saturday nights, Beyond the Fringe has since been spun off into its own show on Tuesday nights, allowing Danny to dive into even more adventurous selections.