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CBC Radio 3 Podcast

By CBC Radio 3

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CBC Radio 3 is the part of Canada's public broadcaster that devotes itself entirely to new Canadian music. With the CBC Radio 3 Super Feed, you can catch every podcast we make and loads of amazing new tunes in just one place.

Customer Reviews

This one fulfills the podcast promise

Not to gush too much about this podcast, but "Holy S**t!" this one rocks! If you only subscribe to one podcast, this should be it. Music is fresh every week and this is not a retread of an existing radio program. This podcast was created specifically to be a podcast. The DJ is funny, the format is great and the music always, always rocks. Reach out and love your Canadian brothers and sisters, becuase this is what makes Canada great: Culture elevated to art and music that transcends time and space :)

A cool refreshing breeze from up north...

I look forward to every episode coming in with some fresh, unpretentious music. From the countdown to Grant's stories and adlibs it is a pleasure to LOAD up with some tunes from Canada. Plus every podcast is broken up for you ever so nicely so you learn who you like and who you don't....not to mention the many benefits of the metric system!

like poutine for the soul

I cannot praise it enough. Absolutely the most varied selection of music, I've heard in a long time. Hip hop, hardcore punk, ambient, folk, sugary pop -- everything except country and classical, it seems, gets it's shot. Naturally, I don't like everything they play, but that's why goddess invented the >> button.