CBC Radio 2 has gone through a few name changes: CBC FM, CBC Stereo, CBC Radio Two, and CBC Radio 2. But you might be confused to find that CBC Radio 2 is under the CBC Music banner.
So CBC Radio 2 no longer exists but you can find the CBC Radio 2 programming under the CBC Music app. I personally have the CBC Radio app and can still access the "Radio 2" programming on the app. You can also access that programming on the CBC Music Web site and the CBC Music app.
The same rules apply outside Canada: you can only access the Eastern and Pacific feeds. If you were listening to Saturday Night Jazz, you can listen from 6 pm-8 pm Eastern or 6 pm-8 pm Pacific. Those in Canada are only limited by the time zones in Canada from Newfoundland to Pacific.
Since Tonic went off the air, we haven't listened much to what was CBC Radio 2. Afterdark has its merits but relaxation late at night isn't one of them.
The basic weekday programming is divided this way: Nightstream (midnight-6 am); Mornings (6 am–9 am); Tempo (9 am–1 pm); Shift (1 pm–3:30 pm); and Drive (3:30 pm–7 pm).
You can find a full schedule and list of frequencies for tuning in CBC Music within Canada.
Those in Canada can choose from an extensive variety of commercial-free music streams through the CBC Music Web site and the CBC Music app. You also have an option pour le musique en Francaise.
Nothing has changed on CBC Radio One.
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