@4 is a round up of all the news, sports, and relevant stories of the week. Every Wednesday @4:00 pm our team of reporters, hosts and producers puts together a comprehensive one hour radio show that tell you everything you need to know. Stream us live to fine out what’s going on in your neck of the woods. Or, listen to the podcast here or on our iTunes feed.
March 16, 2017
This episode of @4 is all about the 3rd annual IPP Expo at the Red River College Princess Street campus. Rob Mahon hosted and interviewed Noelle Vong, coordinator of the IPP Expo, Nolan Kowal was among the students doing live interviews, Alicia Kondrat spoke to Joy Balmana, founder of StreamWPG, and Christina Hyrniuk conducted a live segment of her political satire show, Christina’s Arena. We also had our own Lexi Myers on our rant segment, One-way radio, talking about the proper definition of feminism.
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March 8, 2017
@4 is back this week with host Nolan Kowal. Nolan talks to Red River College president Paul Vogt about the new refugee program at RRC. Christina Hryniuk has a feature story on the 60s Scoop Arts Project. Rob Mahon is ranting about the public’s reaction for Vince Li while Matt Alcock is talking about the rise in YouTube challenges. Gus Gottfred will tell you what’s trending today on social media. Lexi Myers is on the news while DJ Sawchuk is on the streets for traffic. Episode 6 is one you don’t want to miss.
March 2, 2017
After taking a week off, @4 is back with a bang. Lexi Myers hosted the hour and had Trenton Burton, a local musician, come on the show to talk about his new debut album, Six to Twenty-one, which focusses on his struggle growing up with mental illness. Rob Mahon presented his feature on the PortageTerriors, Christina Hyrniuk rants about refugees illegally coming into Manitoba from the United States, and Nolan Kowal interviews the fifth for Team Englot, Krysten Karwacki, about her silver medal win in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
February 15, 2017
We have an exciting show lined up for you this week. Lexi Myers will get it all started with the latest news and sports stories of the day. We’ll be debuting our traffic segment, with DJ Sawchuk calling the studio with two traffic updates for your ride home. And of course, @4 wouldn’t be complete without a little hockey talk. Our host Gus Gottfred will interview Dave Minuk from The Illegal Curve Hockey Show. Did you miss Horror Con this past weekend? Don’t worry, our feature reporter Matt Alcock will be by to tell you all about it. Alicia Kondrat […]
February 8, 2017
What’s on this week? Stay inside to listen to @4 this Wednesday at 4 p.m. on Red River Radio to distract you from Environment Canada’s extreme cold weather warning for Winnipeg. The Playground, book by RRC Student Our host Alicia Kondrat talks with Mat Alcock, RRC student, about his new book The Playground available at McNally Robinson. Read more about it at his site http://www.matthewalcock.com/ Super Bowl LI We’ve got Jim Toth, co-host of The Big Show TSN 1290 and Ken Wiebe talking with Gus Gottfred on Sunday’s Super Bowl LI. Who were you cheering for? Where did your […]
January 31, 2017
Here’s what’s coming up this Wednesday on @4 on Red River Radio. Rob Mahon will have an interview with TSN Radio 1290’s Sean Assor to talk about what’s going on in the sports world this week. Have you heard of ‘Futsal’? It’s a variation of soccer (or football, if you want to call it that) that’s seen increasing popularity recently with several colleges and universities launching teams. The sport uses a four-on four teams plus a goalie, and a smaller ball than regular soccer does. Nolan Kowal will have a discussion with some members of the Red River College […]
January 25, 2017
Red River’s newest news cast @4 is going live for the first time today at, you guessed it, 4:0opm! Listen in for sports from Gus Gottfred, and everything you need to know about today’s council meeting with Christina Hryniuk. Raw Almond now doing brunch on Winnipeg’s frozen river with Alicia Kondrat! Panel discussion on Oscar Nominations led by Matt Alcock. Tune in @4!