Monday
6:00 am –
8:00 am
Jim JJ Johnston host of the Morning Drive with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
8:00 am Craig Foster newscaster of on-air News
8:00 am –
10:00 am
Jim JJ Johnston with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
10:00 am Craig Foster newscaster of on-air News
10:00 am –
12:00 pm
Various hosts with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
12:00 pm Anne Marie Varner newscaster of on-air News
12:00 pm –
1:00 pm
Lynn Pickering host of Grapevine: Topical Issues and Current Events
1:00 pm –
2:00 pm
Jim JJ Johnston with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
2:00 pm Anne Marie Varner newscaster of on-air News
2:00 pm –
6:00 pm
David MacKay hosts the Afternoon Drive with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
4:00 pm &
6:00 pm
Anne Marie Varner newscaster of on-air News
7:00 pm –
8:00 pm
Chris Byrne and Hri Neil host & co-host of Global Grooves

Hri Neil and Chris Byrne present an eclectic blend of music that will make you want to groove, lounge, work, meditate and dance. Global Grooves will explore dance music of all kinds; old/new, analog/electronic, popular/obscure from close to home and around the world.
The musical focus is on fusions of live instrumentation and inventive studio production, cultural and stylistic hybrids, sampledelica, dub influences and BASS!

While the focus will be on the music, Ombudsman will also drop knowledge on a wide range of historical and contemporary dance music subgenres as well as interview and present local dj’s and producers.

8:00 pm –
9:00 pm
The Bridge – Dari Lisle & Mel Larkin
9:00 pm – 10:00 pm The Bridge – Dari Lisle & Mel Larkin
10:00 pm – 12:00 am Music Flow
Tuesday
6:00 am –
8:00 am
Mike Farrell host of the Morning Drive with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
8:00 am Craig Foster newscaster of on-air News
8:00 am –
10:00 am
Mike Farrell host of the Morning Drive with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
10:00 am Craig Foster newscaster of on-air News
10:00 am – 12:00 pm Sam St. Omer with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
12:00 pm Richard Pitcher newscaster of on-air News
12:00 pm –
1:00 pm
Dave McKay & Phillip Knox co-host Grapevine: Consumer Information

The Tuesday Grapevine is all about living and working in the County. It is a weekly collection of knowledgeable discussions covering topics to inform and entertain our listeners about life in PEC.

1:00 pm –
2:00 pm
Sam St. Omer with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
2:00 pm Richard Pitcher newscaster of on-air News
2:00 pm –
4:00 pm
Sam St. Omer hosts the Afternoon Drive with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
4:00 pm –6:00 pm Chuck Dailey with hits from the 60’s to today, weather and County Events
7:00 pm –
8:00 pm
Bill Mill  & Mark Despault hosts & co-hosts Folk Roots

Folk Roots is a weekly show on CountyFM which features the music of both upcoming and established singer/songwriters. The music may follow the traditional styles which were often imported from Europe or they may be expressions of more recent times. They may express life and living conditions in specific North American geographical locations. They often tell a story through music.

8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Rob MacGougan and Ben Parkin host & co-host of Sideroads Blues

Tuesday nights from 8 -10, join Ben Parkin and Rob MacGougan, along with friends like Muddy and B.B. and Buddy and Elmore, for a healthy two-hour dose of blues in the County. From the brand new to the very, very old, from Canada and anywhere else in the world where the blues has taken root, if it’s bluesy, we’ll play it. Toe tapping and finger snapping optional.

10:00 pm – 11:00 pm Franco Care host of Lost Planet of Sound: Garage Rock

The Lost Planet of Sound on 99.3 County FM, hosted by Franco Care, is a weekly, one-hour show that explores the musical multiverse of Rock and Roll, from its inception to modern day. As the name implies, this show delves into and uncovers musical hidden gems, deep cuts and long forgotten bands and artists. This show maps out Rock’s history and its obvious and, at times, obscure web of interconnectedness. On this show you’ll hear everything from Early Rock, Garage Rock, Psychedelic, Surf, Punk, Pub Rock, Proto and Post Punk, Funk, Alt-Country and much more. If you enjoy your music being spoon-fed to you, then this is NOT the show for you. If you’d rather be encouraged to tap into the colossal tapestry of music that has been created and recorded over the last half century, see how far down the rabbit hole goes and hear something really cool that you’ve never heard before then tune in, Tuesday nights at 10PM to the Lost Planet of Sound.

11:00 pm Music Flow
Wednesday
6:00 am –
8:00 am
Craig Foster host of the Morning Drive with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
8:00 am John Ferguson newscaster of on-air News
8:00 am –
10:00 am
Craig Foster host of the Morning Drive with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
10:00 am John Ferguson newscaster of on-air News
10:00 am –
12:00 pm
Dave Wheatley with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
12:00 pm Rob Leek newscaster of on-air News
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Deb Simpson / Anne Marie Varner / Anne Kennedy / Chris Byrne hosts Grapevine: The County Cooks

Lesley Lavender / Pearl Hucul / Craig Mills hosts Taking Care of Business

Every Wednesday Taking Care of Business introducing listeners to a different business owner, or senior representative, in Prince Edward County.  Hosts include Lesley Lavender, Executive Director of the PEC Chamber, Craig Mills GM of 99.3 County FM, and Pearl Hucul educator, 99.3 volunteer, and host extraordinaire. We delve into what makes the business tick, challenges, successes, and advice for other business owners in the County.

Pamela Stagg host of The County Naturally

The County, Naturally connects you with the fascinating world of nature: A beaver pond at dawn. Woodpeckers who love burnt forests. Newly preserved habitats in the County. A kayak trip in Alaska. A terrifying parachute descent through the heart of a massive thunderstorm. Host Pamela Stagg seeks out authors and experts across North America – and beyond – to give you unique insights into our captivating natural world.

1:00 pm –
2:00 pm
Dave Wheatley hosts Mid Day with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
2:00 pm Rob Leek newscaster of on-air News
2:00 pm –
4:00 pm
Gerry Stewart hosts the Afternoon Drive with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
4:00 pm &
6:00 pm
Rob Leek newscaster of on-air News
4:00 pm –
6:00 pm
Donna Purcell hosts the Afternoon Drive with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
7:00 pm –
8:00 pm
UB THE DJ: with guest hosts
8:00 pm –
9:00 pm
French Programming

Atmospheric pop, delicious deep R&B, four-to-the-flour club beats, every shade of indie rock, in French, English, Inuktitut and more — Canada’s musical topography is one of the most varied in the world. Here’s where you’ll find the full range of output from The Land of Glowing Hearts — a mix of timeless classics and recent favourites on the cutting edge.

9:00 pm –
10:00 pm
Chuck Dailey, Annelise Noronha hosts the Vinyl Revival

Vinyl Revival is a B.Y.O.V. (Bring Your Own Vinyl) Party brought to radio! You bring the records, we play them, we all get to know one another through a mutual love of collecting records and listening to music. Hosted by Musicians Chuck Dailey (I Mother Earth, The Salads, and more…) and Annelise Noronha (producer, songwriter, engineer) they drop the needle on super fun, super eclectic varieties of music chosen by guests, and them! Past guests have included Gerry Finn of Burton Cummings band, Michelle Willis of David Crosby, Skye Sweetnham of Sumo Psycho, Darrin Pfieffer of Goldfinger, …. tune in for a fun night of unexpected guests and music! You never knows what’s gonna spin on the record player next or who’s gonna spin it! Every Wednesday at 9pm ET

11:00 pm –
12:00 pm
Music Flow
Thursday
6:00 am –
8:00 am
Pat Larkin hosts the Morning Drive with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
8:00 am Craig Foster newscaster of on-air News
8:00 am –
10:00 am
Pat Larkin hosts the Morning Drive with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
10:00 am Craig Foster newscaster of on-air News
10:00 am –
12:00 pm
Anne Russell with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
12:00 pm Patrick Lewis newscaster of on-air News
12:00 pm –
1:00 pm
Jane Thompson / Lynn WardLynn Weber hosts of Grapevine: The County Grows Anne Russell / Krista Hepburn / Pearl Hucul / hosts What’s happening The County Grows:

On Thursdays, the County Grows looks at all things horticultural in our beautiful and fertile County! Farms large and small, conventional and far-from-it, gardens of bountiful edibles for home use or for the market, plantings of great beauty throughout the seasons, our grape, hop and cider growers, and the generation of young farmers and horticulturalists that are being fostered through 4H. If it grows, you’ll hear about it Thursdays on the County Grapevine!

County Profiles

The County is home to literally thousands of fascinating folks. We’ll hear their stories throughout the year on the Thursday edition The Grapevine.

1:00 pm –
2:00 pm
Anne Russell hosts Mid Day with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
2:00 pm Patrick Lewis newscaster of on-air News
2:00 pm –
6:00 pm
Vanessa Pandos hosts Pandemonium with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
4:00 pm &
6:00 pm
Bas Kalt newscaster of on-air News
7:00 pm –
9:00 pm
Paul Snepts hosts the Sneptic Tank with hits from the Alternative scene

Join your host Paul Snepsts in The Sneptic Tank and kick off your “Pre-kend” with an eclectic trip through the landscape of Alt Pop and Canadian Indie.  This is the home of those 3-minute, up-beat, hook-laden tracks that never seemed to find a home on commercial radio. From The Roxy Music to Sloan; The Pixies to The Arcade Fire; The Smiths to Alvvays; if you’re a sucker for crunchy guitar riffs, big drums, an unstoppable melody and tight production, this is your 2 hour dose.

9:00 pm –
10:00 pm
Dave Wheatley hosts Regent Rock featuring Hard Rock

County FM gets louder and heavier for an hour. Host Dave Wheatley picks a different theme each week with the Hard Rock and Heavy Metal songs that go along with said theme. And sometimes some fun or interesting trivia/stories behind the song, band, album. Thursday night at 9 o’clock, time to rock!

10:00 pm –
11:00 pm
Greg Hinde hosts Progressive Rock

Wondrous Stories swims against the musical mainstream. This is music for fans of the avant garde and adventurous. Rooted in progressive rock, but boldy stepping outside the lines the show features music and stories from the world of the unexpected and sometimes, unusual. Hosted and relentlessly researched by Greg Hines, Wondrous Stories is as much about the tales behind the music as the music itself. Each show is themed to bring light to the various and darkened corners of the prog rock genre. Deep cuts are a specialty and don’t be surprised to hear songs that go well beyond the normal 3 to 4 minute range. If you like your music somewhat left of center, this is the show for you.

11:00 pm –
12:00 am
Music Flow
Friday
6:00 am –
8:00 am
Terry Culbert host of the Morning Drive with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
8:00 am Craig Foster newscaster of on-air News
8:00 am –
10:00 am
Terry Culbert host of the Morning Drive with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
10:00 am Craig Foster newscaster of on-air News
10:00 am –
12:00 pm
Craig Foster with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
12:00 pm Carol Love newscaster of on-air News
12:00 pm –
1:00 pm
Bas Kalt hosts Grapevine: Reel County Craig Foster hosts Sports Roundup

Reel County: Reel County is your weekly window into the County’s film scene. Bas Kalt is your host for a unique ‘local’ perspective on ‘everything’ movies including the latest film reviews, upcoming screenings, film related interviews, and current cinema news. If it’s happening on the ‘silver screen’, you’ll hear it on Reel County.

Krista Dalby, Julianne Snepsts & Sarah Moran hosts Artscene

Krista Dalby is the Artistic Director of The Department of Illumination, which produces the annual Firelight Lantern Festival and public art project ICE BOX. She is a multi-disciplinary artist with an extensive background in theatre as playwright, producer and designer.

Julianne Snepsts is an improviser, comedy writer, and creative producer.  Julianne is a member of the producing team of Comedy Country and the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival, and has been a producer/manager in theatre for nearly 20 years, working for Festival Players, Driftwood Theatre and The Second City, among others. 

Sarah Moran has lived in Prince Edward County since the late eighties. Sarah is Director at Large on the Prince Edward County Arts Council board, and is a regular contributor to the South Marysburgh Mirror. 

1:00 pm –
2:00 pm
Craig Foster hosts Mid Day with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
2:00 pm Carol Love newscaster of on-air News
2:00 pm –
6:00 pm
Vanessa Pandos hosts the Afternoon Drive with hits from the 60’s to today, weather, and county events
4:00 pm &
6:00 pm
Joe Martin newscaster of on-air News
7:00 pm –
8:00 pm
Ken Murray hosts the Horn Trip with eclectic music and stories of the county

Ease into your weekend with something trippy. Author Ken Murray takes you on a musical journey each week with the Horn Trip, playing different styles, genres and eras of music but threading each song to the next one, and that song to the next. Stories build the connections between the tunes. You’ll likely hear some familiar music, and something new, but there will always be a surprise or two. It all starts with a song.

8:00 pm –
10:00 pm
Ras Bingi hosts Island Jam with Reggae hits

Island Jam Reggae Show with Ras Bingi every Friday from 8-10pm is the perfect way to ease in to your weekend here on the island of Prince Edward County. Ras Bingi has a lot of friends in the Reggae industry worldwide and plays their music with real feelings. Ras says “the show is a Friday night reggae party for listeners of all ages”. Let’s not forget about Ras’s Reggae Remake segment where he plays two songs that you know from another genre of music done over in a Reggae style. So tune in every Friday night at 8pm to get your Island Jamming!

10:00 pm –
2:00 am
Jim JJ Johnston hosts County Party Times with party tunes

You bring the people, host Jim (JJ) Johnston will bring the non-stop party tunes.

Saturday
6:00 am –
9:00 am
Chris Holder hosts Classic Country

Saturday Country Classics with Chris (the captain) Holder 6:00 am till 10:00 am each and every Saturday.

9:00 am –
12:00 pm
Music Flow with hits from the 60s to today, weather, and county events
12:00 pm Marilyn Szoldra newscaster of on-air News
12:00 pm
– 6:00 pm
Pat Larkin hosts Saturday Shenaningans with hits from the 60s to today, weather, and county events

Familiar tunes presented in unexpected ways with Pat Larkin.

6:00 pm –
8:00 pm
Baruch Zone hosts The JazZone with popular Jazz hits

Two hours of selective programming from mid-century hard bop to the outer fringes of free collective improvisation. Like the music released from the constraints of formula, The JazZone acknowledges the influence of blues, r&b, soul, spiritual, world music, and sometimes, roots rock. An intimate celebration of the only universal language…creative sound.

8:00 pm –
11:00 pm
Jim JJ Johnston hosts County Party Time with Non-stop Party Tunes

You bring the people, host Jim (JJ) Johnston will bring the non-stop party tunes.

Sunday
6:00 am –
12:00 pm
Music and Miscellany with songs of Nostalgia with guest hosts

From big band through contemporary and some gospel along the way. Hosted by various rotation of hosts.

12:00 pm Mike Roy newscaster of on-air News
12:00 pm –
1:00 pm
Lynn Pickering & guests talk books on County Writes, County Reads

The County Writes…The County Reads is a program celebrating the written word hosted by Lynn Pickering.

1:00 pm –
4:00 pm
Kat Burns hosts “The Clubhouse!”

The Clubhouse is a laid back afternoon of music you likely won’t hear on the radio anywhere else. There’s no top forty here – but excellent music from a myriad of independent artists, mostly Canadian, and many local talents. Host Kat Burns is a calm and friendly host, and always excited to bring new music into your ears, every week.

4:00 pm &
6:00 pm
Lenni Stewart and Phil K. host the 4 O’Clock Jump with Big Band Favourites

4 O’Clock Jump highlights the swingers and crooners who take us on a sentimental journey. On this show, we will listen to everyone from Benny Goodman to Diana Krall.

7:00 pm –
8:00 pm
Susan Steele host County Classics with classical selections from all times

County Classics is a program featuring the best of classical music. During this show, we will listen to everything from Renaissance to contemporary works and everything in between.

8:00 pm –
9:00 pm
Craig Foster host of County Sports Connection
9:00 pm –
10:00 pm
Dave Somers hosts Capt. Dave Comedy Show

Join Cap’n Dave every Sunday night as he explores the corners of your mind, with hilarious comedy, curious ideas and interesting interviews.

10:00 pm –
12:00 am
Music Flow