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CBC Radio 3CBC Radio 3_table_caption_0
Broadcast areaCBC Radio 3_header_cell_0_0_0 Canada & Contiguous United States on Sirius XM Satellite RadioCBC Radio 3_cell_0_0_1
SloganCBC Radio 3_header_cell_0_1_0 Breaking New SoundCBC Radio 3_cell_0_1_1
ProgrammingCBC Radio 3_header_cell_0_2_0
FormatCBC Radio 3_header_cell_0_3_0 Canadian indie musicCBC Radio 3_cell_0_3_1
OwnershipCBC Radio 3_header_cell_0_4_0
OwnerCBC Radio 3_header_cell_0_5_0 Canadian Broadcasting CorporationCBC Radio 3_cell_0_5_1
HistoryCBC Radio 3_header_cell_0_6_0
FoundedCBC Radio 3_header_cell_0_7_0 June 2000CBC Radio 3_cell_0_7_1

CBC Radio 3 is a Canadian digital radio station on Sirius XM operated by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, which plays a relatively freeform mix of indie rock, indie pop, alternative hip hop, folk, country and electronic music. CBC Radio 3_sentence_0

The service evolved out of programming on CBC Radio 2 (now CBC Music), which also simulcasted Radio 3 on Saturday and Sunday nights from December 2005 until March 17, 2007. CBC Radio 3_sentence_1

The station was formerly available online from CBC's website and iTunes Radio, but geographical restrictions were in place to prevent access outside of Canada. CBC Radio 3_sentence_2

Radio 3 is no longer heard on terrestrial radio or through official webcasts, but is still available through its satellite radio operations. CBC Radio 3_sentence_3

The French-language equivalent to Radio 3 was Bande à part. CBC Radio 3_sentence_4

An article on Nerve.com, published in October 2006, called CBC Radio 3 "possibly the world's best radio station". CBC Radio 3_sentence_5

CBC Radio 3 was nominated for a Webby Award in 2007 and previously won the award in 2003. CBC Radio 3_sentence_6

Radio 3's unofficial mascot for many years was Bucky, a cartoon creature with the body of a goose and the head of a deer. CBC Radio 3_sentence_7

Bucky was primarily seen in the introduction to the weekly R3TV video podcast, and also lent his name to the service's annual year-end music awards. CBC Radio 3_sentence_8

Origins CBC Radio 3_section_0

Operated by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Radio 3 had its genesis in a late-1990s proposal to launch a radio network devoted to youth culture, comparable to BBC Radio 1 and Australia's Triple J. CBC Radio 3_sentence_9

The network, which would complement CBC Radio One and CBC Radio 2, would build on existing CBC Radio programming such as Night Lines, Brave New Waves and RealTime. CBC Radio 3_sentence_10

The original plan was codenamed "Clubhouse" and was developed by Susan Englebert, Robert Ouimet, Anton Leo and C. William Smith. CBC Radio 3_sentence_11

The CBC filed an application with the CRTC to launch the network in 1998, but later asked the CRTC to defer consideration of its application. CBC Radio 3_sentence_12

Although technically predating the application, one important step in the development of what would become Radio 3 did take place in 1997, when Nightlines and RealTime were merged into the new program RadioSonic, cohosted by former Nightlines host David Wisdom and former RealTime host Leora Kornfeld. CBC Radio 3_sentence_13

A slightly different Radio 3 was launched in 2000 as a converged webcasting project based in Vancouver, with its own servers and managed by CBC Radio. CBC Radio 3_sentence_14

The team consisted of Susan Englebert, Robert Ouimet, Dave Tonner, Loc Dao, Rob McLaughlin and other partners. CBC Radio 3_sentence_15

CBC Radio 3 initially launched separate sites 120 Seconds, New Music Canada and Just Concerts through a collaboration between CBC Radio, media design company Dotaku Group, and technology company Internet Edge. CBC Radio 3_sentence_16

Each provided audio, video and Flash content as media-on-demand streaming for site users. CBC Radio 3_sentence_17

120 Seconds was a directory of user and artist-created video and documentary projects, New Music Canada was composed entirely of user-created and uploaded music by Canadian independent pop, rock, electronic and hip hop musicians, and Just Concerts included exclusive recordings of live performances by independent artists, both regular concert performances and Radio 3 studio sessions. CBC Radio 3_sentence_18

The first musician to create an artist profile on the site was rapper Classified. CBC Radio 3_sentence_19

Roots Music Canada was later added to the trio of websites, and offered songs uploaded by country and folk musicians. CBC Radio 3_sentence_20

In 2001, Grant Lawrence became the host of RadioSonic. CBC Radio 3_sentence_21

In late 2002, the group, led by Robert Ouimet and Rob McLaughlin, created CBCRadio3.com, a full-screen online magazine which profiled Canadian music, literature and visual arts, accompanied by a set musical playlist which changed with each "issue". CBC Radio 3_sentence_22

The site also served as a portal to the other content sites. CBC Radio 3_sentence_23

The site was recognized internationally, winning three Webby Awards, including People's Voice Award for Best Broadband site, in 2003. CBC Radio 3_sentence_24

The site won over 20 other awards, including the Art Director's Club, New York Festival Awards and Communication Arts Awards, as well as being published in several books. CBC Radio 3_sentence_25

By this time, the site was averaging 5.5 million page views per month. CBC Radio 3_sentence_26

In 2003, RadioSonic was integrated into the Radio 3 project, and was renamed CBC Radio 3 to reflect the change. CBC Radio 3_sentence_27

With new host Alexis Mazurin, the program featured music and performances from the Radio 3 website. CBC Radio 3_sentence_28

On June 2, 2005, Radio 3 also launched a weekly podcast, hosted by Grant Lawrence. CBC Radio 3_sentence_29

The hour-long podcast, which has also aired as a program on the satellite radio network, has ranked as the most downloaded Canadian podcast on the Internet, with an estimated 125,000 weekly listeners in 2006. CBC Radio 3_sentence_30

Satellite radio CBC Radio 3_section_1

Satellite radio was approved in Canada by the CRTC on June 18, 2005. CBC Radio 3_sentence_31

Over the next several months, Radio 3 was relaunched as a channel on Sirius Satellite Radio. CBC Radio 3_sentence_32

The main CBC Radio 3 site was shut down for part of 2005 to facilitate the relaunch, although the podcast, the media-on-demand subsites and the Saturday night Radio Two program remained active. CBC Radio 3_sentence_33

The satellite radio service launched on December 3, 2005, at which time the weekend program on CBC Radio 2 became a live simulcast of the satellite radio service. CBC Radio 3_sentence_34

The main CBC Radio 3 website was relaunched a few days earlier, now featuring a collaborative music blog and an Icecast stream of Canadian music. CBC Radio 3_sentence_35

The network's primary studio is located in the CBC Regional Broadcast Centre in Vancouver, although guest hosts typically host from an alternate CBC studio in their home city. CBC Radio 3_sentence_36

Alexis Mazurin, the original host of CBC Radio 3 in its radio show format, died in October 2005, and the main Vancouver studio was named the Alexis Mazurin Studio in his memory. CBC Radio 3_sentence_37

In August 2006, Radio 3 launched its own weekly chart show, The R3-30. CBC Radio 3_sentence_38

Originally hosted by Craig Norris until he left the network to join CBC Radio's new outlet for Kitchener-Waterloo, CBLA-FM-2, in 2013, the program was then taken over by Lana Gay. CBC Radio 3_sentence_39

On December 25, 2006, CBC Radio 3 held its first annual "Bucky Awards". CBC Radio 3_sentence_40

The Bucky Awards is an awards celebration to promote independent Canadian music, and fans decide who wins the awards in each category. CBC Radio 3_sentence_41

The station aired on Sirius 94 from its launch until June 24, 2008, when it moved to Sirius 86 as part of a major realignment of the Sirius lineup. CBC Radio 3_sentence_42

On May 4, 2011, the channel was again moved as part of a reorganization of Sirius' channel lineup to channel 152. CBC Radio 3_sentence_43

On May 9, 2013 the channel was moved to channel 162 and was also launched on XM. CBC Radio 3_sentence_44

Radio 3 leaves Radio Two CBC Radio 3_section_2

On January 17, 2007, the CBC announced that as part of a major programming realignment on CBC Radio 2, that network would discontinue its Radio 3 simulcast in March of that year. CBC Radio 3_sentence_45

The final simulcast, which aired on March 17, was a retrospective broadcast which included past interviews with William Shatner and John Lydon, visits from past hosts David Wisdom and Leora Kornfeld, phone interviews with Buck 65, Joel Plaskett, Sara Quin and Jim Bryson, and live in-studio performances by John K. Samson and Christine Fellows, as well as listener requests for classic songs from any era in which Radio 3 or its predecessors aired. CBC Radio 3_sentence_46

The R3-30, which was usually taped in advance and rebroadcast on Radio Two in a later time slot, also aired live from Vancouver that evening and incorporated listener phone calls into the program's usual format. CBC Radio 3_sentence_47

Webcast CBC Radio 3_section_3

From 2005 to 2009, the Icecast stream available from the network's website was not a simulcast of the satellite radio broadcast, but was programmed separately. CBC Radio 3_sentence_48

Initially, the webstream consisted exclusively of music with the occasional identification break, but on September 14, 2007 it was relaunched with hosts and feature content, similar to but still programmed separately from the satellite radio station. CBC Radio 3_sentence_49

Due to funding cuts, however, the two services were merged in June 2009, such that the webstream is now a straight simulcast of the satellite radio channel. CBC Radio 3_sentence_50

Prior to the merger, the two services had slightly different programming strategies – the satellite radio station aired a music mix of 85 per cent Canadian and 15 per cent international, while the web service's mix was 100 per cent Canadian. CBC Radio 3_sentence_51

With the merger of the two services, the station announced that the program mix would be 100 per cent Canadian music on both platforms, although exceptions will be permitted for international music with some Canadian character – such as international artists covering Canadian songs, collaborations between Canadian and non-Canadian artists, international artists appearing on the bill with Canadian artists when the network is airing a live concert, or "honourary [sic] Canadian" artists such as Neko Case and Rose Melberg. CBC Radio 3_sentence_52

In February 2009, CBC Radio 3 participated with Exclaim! CBC Radio 3_sentence_53

and aux.tv to launch X3, a new collaborative cross-promotional platform which sees all three outlets air feature content spotlighting a particular "Artist of the Month". CBC Radio 3_sentence_54

X3 artists of the month have included K'naan, Malajube, Thunderheist, Japandroids, Apostle of Hustle, The Rural Alberta Advantage, Owen Pallett, and Jenn Grant. CBC Radio 3_sentence_55

In addition to the service's conventional radio programming, any song in the network's music library was able to be streamed on demand from the artist's profile page on the site. CBC Radio 3_sentence_56

In May 2011, Joel Plaskett became the first artist in the network's history to reach one million on-demand plays. CBC Radio 3_sentence_57

In 2012, CBC Radio 3 was integrated into the new CBC Music service. CBC Radio 3_sentence_58

Podcast CBC Radio 3_section_4

Unlike Bande à part, which produced a number of special short run podcasts in addition to its regular weekly music podcast, Radio 3 only produced its main music podcast through 2006. CBC Radio 3_sentence_59

As a result of the Radio Two schedule changes, on February 26, 2007 CBC Radio 3 created several new podcasts to complement the original CBC Radio 3 podcast, including a daily New Music Canada Track of the Day and an hour-long weekly R3-30 podcast. CBC Radio 3_sentence_60

As well, the network also launched a new internet streaming program titled CBC Radio 3 Sessions, which featured live performances by artists at the CBC Radio 3 studio. CBC Radio 3_sentence_61

The Sessions also aired as a program on Sirius 86. CBC Radio 3_sentence_62

As of September 12, 2007, the Sessions program also appeared in podcast format. CBC Radio 3_sentence_63

Sessions concerts have also aired on the CBC's cable television service bold. CBC Radio 3_sentence_64

Notably, all Radio 3 podcasts were available in Ogg (Vorbis), a freely-licensed audio format, in addition to the more conventional mp3 format. CBC Radio 3_sentence_65

Video CBC Radio 3_section_5

On April 20, 2007, as part of CBC Radio 3's 100th podcast, a weekly video podcast was introduced. CBC Radio 3_sentence_66

The new video-based podcast, R3TV, revolved around the personalities at CBC Radio 3 and featured a particular artist each week, who provided commentary for the podcast and had their music videos featured in the show. CBC Radio 3_sentence_67

R3TV was also available as a channel on Internet television services such as Joost, YouTube and Miro Media Player. CBC Radio 3_sentence_68

In 2011, CBC Radio 3 sponsored its first documentary movie, Winning America, about Canadian band Said the Whale. CBC Radio 3_sentence_69

The movie was directed by Brent Hodge and Thomas Buchan, and produced by Jon Siddall, Brent Hodge and Sheila Peacock. CBC Radio 3_sentence_70

It first aired on July 23, 2011 on CBC Television in British Columbia, and then nationally on April 2, 2012. CBC Radio 3_sentence_71

After the success of the first film, Radio 3 decided to do a second documentary movie called What Happens Next? CBC Radio 3_sentence_72

about Canadian musician Dan Mangan. CBC Radio 3_sentence_73

This movie was produced and directed by Brent Hodge and Jon Siddall. CBC Radio 3_sentence_74

It aired on CBC on August 25, 2012 in BC, and then again nationally on October 20, 2012. CBC Radio 3_sentence_75

Radio 3's next foray into video was in 2013, with the web series The Beetle Roadtrip Sessions. CBC Radio 3_sentence_76

It followed host Grant Lawrence across Canada visiting various musicians and other personalities along the way, including The Darcys, Hollerado, Sam Roberts, Theo Fleury, Hawksley Workman and others. CBC Radio 3_sentence_77

It was also directed by Brent Hodge. CBC Radio 3_sentence_78

The Beetle Roadtrip Sessions won the award for Best Original Program or Series produced for Digital Media – Non-Fiction at the 2nd Canadian Screen Awards. CBC Radio 3_sentence_79

Concerts CBC Radio 3_section_6

As well as the on-air studio sessions, the network also regularly sponsors public concerts in music venues. CBC Radio 3_sentence_80

The network also broadcasts the annual Polaris Music Prize gala. CBC Radio 3_sentence_81

The Connect the Dots Tour in 2004 featured a different lineup of bands in each city, including p:ano, Ninja High School, The Russian Futurists, Young and Sexy, The Unicorns, The Super Friendz, Lederhosen Lucil, Dragon Fli Empire and controller.controller. CBC Radio 3_sentence_82

Tour Tournée in the winter of 2006, jointly sponsored by CBC Radio 3 and Bande à part, included bands such as Wintersleep, Two Hours Traffic, Konflit Dramatik, Hexes and Ohs, Great Aunt Ida, Shout Out Out Out Out, Novillero, Les Breastfeeders, SS Cardiacs, Les Dales Hawerchuk, Pony Up! CBC Radio 3_sentence_83

and The Deadly Snakes. CBC Radio 3_sentence_84

Each of the eight locations had a different lineup of predominantly local bands, and at least one francophone band performed at each venue. CBC Radio 3_sentence_85

On October 1, 2006, Radio 3 and Bande à part again jointly sponsored See Vous Play, a show in Toronto featuring Les Breastfeeders, Emily Haines and the Soft Skeleton, Les Trois Accords and The Joel Plaskett Emergency. CBC Radio 3_sentence_86

Also in October, the network was a sponsor of the Exclaim! CBC Radio 3_sentence_87

Mint Road Show, a cross-Canada tour featuring The New Pornographers, Immaculate Machine and Novillero to celebrate the 15th birthdays of Exclaim! CBC Radio 3_sentence_88 , a Canadian music magazine, and Mint Records, a Vancouver independent record label. CBC Radio 3_sentence_89

CBC Radio 3 was also the sponsor of a nationwide tour in March and April 2007 featuring The Constantines and Jon-Rae and the River. CBC Radio 3_sentence_90

The tour also featured Shotgun & Jaybird for the Eastern Canada portion of the tour while Ladyhawk toured for the Western Canadian portion of the tour. CBC Radio 3_sentence_91

On April 27, 2007, CBC Radio 3 and Bande à part jointly presented Quebec Scene, an Ottawa concert featuring The Stills, The Besnard Lakes, Karkwa and Mahjor Bidet. CBC Radio 3_sentence_92

On June 9, 2007, as a part of the annual NXNE festival, CBC Radio 3 presented a concert in Toronto featuring United Steel Workers of Montreal, Ohbijou, Sebastien Grainger et Les Montagnes, You Say Party, In-Flight Safety and Two Hours Traffic. CBC Radio 3_sentence_93

In 2008, the network sponsored and broadcast several live shows at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, including performances by Basia Bulat, The Constantines, The Most Serene Republic, The Stills, Shout Out Louds, Christine Fellows, Grand Analog and Hot Springs. CBC Radio 3_sentence_94

The network's live broadcast from the 2009 NXNE festival featured Woodpigeon, DD/MM/YYYY, Ruby Coast, Jason Collett, Hot Panda and The Lovely Feathers. CBC Radio 3_sentence_95

In 2011, they sponsored Victoria's Rifflandia Music Festival Side Stage at Royal Athletic Park, featuring Jon Middleton of Jon and Roy, Besnard Lakes, Jakarta, Hollerado, and USS. CBC Radio 3_sentence_96

CBC Radio 3 hosts CBC Radio 3_section_7

As of March 30, 2015, the service no longer features live hosting, although prerecorded feature segments are still heard as interstitials. CBC Radio 3_sentence_97

Grant Lawrence remains an employee of the service, hosting podcasts as well as voicing the prerecorded segments. CBC Radio 3_sentence_98

Past hosts heard on the network included Lana Gay, Tariq Hussain, Amanda Putz, Craig Norris, Alexis Mazurin, Lauren Burrows, Pete Morey, Lisa Christiansen, Raina Douris, Dave Shumka, Emma Godmere, Vish Khanna and Talia Schlanger. CBC Radio 3_sentence_99

Canadian musicians and other media personalities have also sometimes appeared as guest hosts, including Joel Plaskett, Carolyn Mark, Buck 65, Nirmala Basnayake, Hannah Sung, Brent Bambury, Graham Wright, Alanna Stuart and Nardwuar the Human Serviette. CBC Radio 3_sentence_100

Some personalities associated with sister service Bande à part also appeared on the network as reporters or correspondents covering Quebec's music scene. CBC Radio 3_sentence_101

Bucky Awards CBC Radio 3_section_8

From 2006 to 2013, CBC Radio 3 presented the annual Bucky Awards, which honour Canadian indie pop and rock music. CBC Radio 3_sentence_102

The awards, determined by listener vote, include such non-traditional categories as "most Canadian tune" and "sexiest musician." CBC Radio 3_sentence_103

The awards were created after Lawrence made comments on the air criticizing the Juno Awards for overlooking Arcade Fire in their nominations, and a listener suggested in response that Radio 3 should create its own awards. CBC Radio 3_sentence_104

In 2014, the Bucky Awards were merged into the expanded CBC Music Awards. CBC Radio 3_sentence_105

CBC Radio 3_table_general_1

YearCBC Radio 3_header_cell_1_0_0 Best SongCBC Radio 3_header_cell_1_0_1 Sexiest ArtistCBC Radio 3_header_cell_1_0_2 Top VideoCBC Radio 3_header_cell_1_0_3 Lifetime AchievementCBC Radio 3_header_cell_1_0_4 Most Canadian SongCBC Radio 3_header_cell_1_0_5 Best New Band NameCBC Radio 3_header_cell_1_0_6 Best VocalsCBC Radio 3_header_cell_1_0_7 Best Live ActCBC Radio 3_header_cell_1_0_8 Best LyricsCBC Radio 3_header_cell_1_0_9 Best Reason to Learn FrenchCBC Radio 3_header_cell_1_0_10 Best New ArtistCBC Radio 3_header_cell_1_0_11
2007CBC Radio 3_cell_1_1_0 Two Hours Traffic, "Backseat Sweetheart"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_1_1 CBC Radio 3_cell_1_1_2 CBC Radio 3_cell_1_1_3 CBC Radio 3_cell_1_1_4 CBC Radio 3_cell_1_1_5 Said the WhaleCBC Radio 3_cell_1_1_6 Tokyo Police Club, "Your English Is Good"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_1_7 CBC Radio 3_cell_1_1_8 The Weakerthans, "Civil Twilight"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_1_9 We Are Wolves, "Magique"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_1_10 CBC Radio 3_cell_1_1_11
2008CBC Radio 3_cell_1_2_0 Matt Mays & El Torpedo, "Tall Trees"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_2_1 Laura BarrettCBC Radio 3_cell_1_2_2 Shad, "The Old Prince Still Lives at Home"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_2_3 Teenage HeadCBC Radio 3_cell_1_2_4 Jason Collett, "Charlyn, Angel of Kensington"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_2_5 Library VoicesCBC Radio 3_cell_1_2_6 Mother Mother, "Body of Years"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_2_7 Holy FuckCBC Radio 3_cell_1_2_8 Stars, "14 Forever"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_2_9 Karkwa, "Oublie pas"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_2_10 Plants and AnimalsCBC Radio 3_cell_1_2_11
2009CBC Radio 3_cell_1_3_0 Dan Mangan, "Robots"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_3_1 Cœur de pirateCBC Radio 3_cell_1_3_2 Hey Rosetta!, "Red Song"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_3_3 SloanCBC Radio 3_cell_1_3_4 Said the Whale, "Emerald Lake, AB"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_3_5 Gregory Pepper and His ProblemsCBC Radio 3_cell_1_3_6 Dan Mangan, "Robots"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_3_7 Mother MotherCBC Radio 3_cell_1_3_8 Joel Plaskett, "Through & Through & Through"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_3_9 Cœur de pirate, "Comme des enfants"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_3_10 Hannah Georgas, "The Beat Stuff"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_3_11
2010CBC Radio 3_cell_1_4_0 Arcade Fire, "Suburbs"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_4_1 Maylee ToddCBC Radio 3_cell_1_4_2 Hollerado, "Americanarama"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_4_3 Julie DoironCBC Radio 3_cell_1_4_4 Aidan Knight, "Jasper"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_4_5 Paperplanes and DragonboatsCBC Radio 3_cell_1_4_6 Sarah HarmerCBC Radio 3_cell_1_4_7 Dan ManganCBC Radio 3_cell_1_4_8 Arcade Fire, "Ready to Start"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_4_9 KarkwaCBC Radio 3_cell_1_4_10 Boxer the HorseCBC Radio 3_cell_1_4_11
2011CBC Radio 3_cell_1_5_0 Dan Mangan, "Rows of Houses"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_5_1 Dan ManganCBC Radio 3_cell_1_5_2 CBC Radio 3_cell_1_5_3 Ian BlurtonCBC Radio 3_cell_1_5_4 Elliott Brood, "Northern Air"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_5_5 Oh No YokoCBC Radio 3_cell_1_5_6 Austra, "Lose It"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_5_7 ArkellsCBC Radio 3_cell_1_5_8 Hey Rosetta! "Welcome"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_5_9 Coeur de Pirate, "Adieu"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_5_10 BraidsCBC Radio 3_cell_1_5_11
2012CBC Radio 3_cell_1_6_0 Joel Plaskett, "Lightning Bolt"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_6_1 Jaycelyn Brown (of Said the Whale)CBC Radio 3_cell_1_6_2 Said the Whale, "We Are 1980"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_6_3 NardwuarCBC Radio 3_cell_1_6_4 CBC Radio 3_cell_1_6_5 CBC Radio 3_cell_1_6_6 Hannah Georgas, "Robotic"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_6_7 Mother MotherCBC Radio 3_cell_1_6_8 CBC Radio 3_cell_1_6_9 Bernard Adamus, "Entre ici pis chez vous"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_6_10 The ElwinsCBC Radio 3_cell_1_6_11
2013CBC Radio 3_cell_1_7_0 Said the Whale, "I Love You"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_7_1 The Darcys, "The River"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_7_2 Hollerado, "So It Goes"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_7_3 Joel PlaskettCBC Radio 3_cell_1_7_4 Shad, "Fam Jam (Fe Sum Immigrins)"CBC Radio 3_cell_1_7_5 CBC Radio 3_cell_1_7_6 CBC Radio 3_cell_1_7_7 PUPCBC Radio 3_cell_1_7_8 CBC Radio 3_cell_1_7_9 CBC Radio 3_cell_1_7_10 PUPCBC Radio 3_cell_1_7_11

Albums CBC Radio 3_section_9

Several compilation albums featuring CBC Radio 3 artists and live performances have also been released: CBC Radio 3_sentence_106

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See also CBC Radio 3_section_10

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  • The Verge, a similar network on the XM Satellite Radio platformCBC Radio 3_item_1_4
  • Triple J from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)CBC Radio 3_item_1_5
  • BBC 6 MusicCBC Radio 3_item_1_6
  • BBC Radio 1CBC Radio 3_item_1_7
  • Le Mouv'CBC Radio 3_item_1_8
  • MDR Sputnik from the German regional public broadcaster MDRCBC Radio 3_item_1_9
  • FM4 from the Austrian national public broadcaster ORFCBC Radio 3_item_1_10

Credits to the contents of this page go to the authors of the corresponding Wikipedia page: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CBC Radio 3.