The team of hosts includes students Melania Antoszko, Katelin Karbonik, Saveta Cartwright, Simran Pherwani, and Bobby Kainth. Other contributors are musician Doug Hoyer and artist Maaike Lynn, who have both generated original works for the project. Readers may recognize co-producer Chris Chang-Yen Phillips, who was the facilitator of Taproot's People's Agenda listening sessions.
Topics, like the hosts, vary each episode, so those listening can always expect a new palette. Most recently, host and producer Kainth broke down the differences between gourmet and store-bought pastries in Is Cake Really A Piece of Cake?
Other projects by the independent station range from environmental news, to heavy metal, to underground electronica, to LGBTQ news, organ music, and the latest from Eritrea. A registered and volunteer-run non-profit, CJSR broadcasts from an old bank vault in the Students' Union Building basement at the University of Alberta.
If you want to get involved with CJSR Radio, you can donate or apply to volunteer. If you're hoping to tune in to That's Food, you can find it on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Youtube, or the CJSR website.