ON AIR NOW at SPARC's Internet Broadcast

The Broadcast section of the SPARC Vintage Radio Museum

Click on "SPARC" above to go to the SPARC Museum's home page.

SPARC Museum Internet Radio

...You can listen to the SPARC Broadcast program over the internet. Go to the SPARC Home Page . Under RADIO MATTERS select Internet Radio Broadcasts. Use the Listen Now link there. Use that page to find out more about SPARC. Here is the direct link to the Listen Now link on that page.

As you listen, be aware that some of these recordings make mention of an older internet address for the SPARC Museum (www3.telus.net/radiomuseum). The new address is "https://sparcradio.ca", or just click on the SPARC link above.

Please e-mail us to comment on the sound or content, at sparcmuseum@telus.net We would be pleased to hear from you.

We continue to broadcast our vintage radio programs over the Internet. You can hear music favourites from the hit decades of big bands, rock and roll, and pop favourites from the 30s to the 60s. Also, listen for historical programs, commercials, and old network radio shows - music, comedy, and drama.

Current feature running:

A Special Remembrance Day feature!

Thirty years ago, CKNW produced and aired a feature called "Remembrance". The SPARC Museum acquired the master tapes for its archives. It is very well done, and it will be streamed on the SPARC audio server throughout the Remembrance Day week. The show itself runs 2 hours and 15 minutes.

It is made up from the news and speech highlights from both great wars, interspersed with the popular music of the times.

At the conclusion, a portion of the late Jack Watson's Vintage Oldies program in the same vein will round out the webcast to three hours. Please enjoy it, and please remember.

This feature will run every three hours, starting at midnight... then 3 am, 6 am, 9 am, and so on.

For the next while, the three-hour-long show will be playing. This show will be heard unless we're LIVE, or playing any scheduled Program SPECIALS, as announced on this web page.

- posted 3 November, 2018