CBC Radio 3 R3-30
Summary: Every week, host Craig Norris counts down the very best in new music, according to CBC Radio 3. His producer Pedro Mendes rides shotgun as they chow down on a twisted jungle gym of new music, listener picks, Chartbreakers™, and mixed metaphors. And Love. Always Love.````The R3-30 is produced by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Canada's public broadcaster.
We count down the Most Thumbed Up songs over the past year on CBC Music, this week's Top 30, plus an interview with Bahamas. And Craig sings.
Coming to you from Vancouver, a city on the western coast of Canada, we present your top Vancouver bands to better introduce you to this little known burg.
We take a trip to another time and return with "Artists From The Future", sort of. Plus interviews with Zeus and Great Lake Swimmers recorded in the here and now.
We count down your favourite Canadian indie band break-ups. Wait, not your favourites because they broke up or you really liked how they broke up, but you kind of wish they hadn't. Or something.
Celebrate Valentine's with your favourite Canadian indie duets! Added joy includes songs from this week's Top 30 and a Fun Club Question with Afie Jurvanen of Bahamas.
We commemorate the 53rd Anniversary of The Day the Music Died with your picks of CDN indie songs that could have been written by Buddy Holly. Plus, John K. Samson answers a Fun Club Question!
Voyages - we trek with Great Lake Swimmers to the Antarctic, we track back 5 years to the top songs this week in 2007 and Kathleen Edward's #1 album is called "Voyageur". Get it?
This week, we find out what makes Rich Aucoin smile, and what makes Dan Mangan angry. Plus, your favourite Canadian francophone indie songs and the Top 30 from Radio 3.
Karkwa have this week's Highest Debut, plus Craig counts down the songs Most Added to Playlists over the last year, plus this week's Top 30.
And so begins the last year of recorded history, when the apocalypse will come to pass and this world will cease to be. All that, plus this week's Top 30!
The top ten songs of the year, according to CBC Radio 3, featuring interviews with almost all ten charting artists.
On the last regular chart of the year, we ask Islands one of your Fun Club Questions, talk to Hollerado about polka music, and countdown YOUR Top Songs of 2011.
As the year winds down we count down the Top Songs of 2006. Wait, what? It's 2011? Oh, we'll get to that countdown, just you wait. I said wait.
Craig counts down the songs Most Played on Demand over the last year on cbcradio3.com while counting down this week's Top 30. And Dan Mangan punches people in the face. Or does he?
Grimes answers one of your 30 Questions plus your favourite Canadian indie used in TV commercials, all while we count down this week's Top 30 on CBC Radio 3.