Jan.18, 2021 update: Thank you for your patience! We are back on the air now. For the next few days, some regularly scheduled programming may not be available. We hope to resume all regular programming by the end of the week. Thanks again.
COVID-19/CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE ON RADIO LILLOOET
During the current worldwide COVID-19 epidemic, CHLS-FM will broadcast information bulletins from the District of Lillooet and its Emergency Operations Center. At present (21 Mar. 2020) these pre-recorded bulletins can be heard twice a day, at 9 AM and 4 PM. They will also be heard randomly in our music playlists. We realize it may be tedious to hear these bulletins repeatedly when listening to Radio Lillooet, but we think it is worth the price of a bit of tedium to make sure that the necessary information is available. The hours of the bulletins may change in the coming days. This will be noted on this website and announced on air.
We will not be reporting "outside" news about the epidemic because we do not have the resources and that information is widely available from a variety of sources. We do NOT broadcast rumours or speculation.
We offer our best wishes to you - the listener - your family and other loved ones and the whole community.
Radio Lillooet (CHLS-FM, 100.5) is a small non-profit community-based radio station in Lillooet, British Columbia. We have been on the air since 2000. We bring voices from the community to Lillooet and its outlying area, celebrating the joys of small-town life.
Becoming a Broadcaster
If you are interested in becoming a broadcaster on Radio Lillooet, please get in touch with us using the contact information provided at the upper-right corner of the home page. We're interested in hearing your ideas. Any resident of Lillooet is eligible to be a broadcaster. No experience required. We will provide training and mentor-ship until you're able to "fly solo".
Lillooet Library Storytime - A new show starting in the spring of 2020. Staff from the Lillooet Library share stories, songs and library announcements.
Brain Food for a Winter Evening - A new show starting in September of 2017. This show will (for the present at least) primarily focus on talking books - a combination of fiction and non-fiction. Up first - Hendrik van Loon's "The Story of Mankind" - a wide-ranging and fascinating overview of the development of human civilisation.
Live StreamingUnfortunately our live-streaming service is currently unavailable. We are working to resolve the problem and will restore this service as soon as possible.
Here is a series of photos I've been meaning to post for a while. I don't consider myself a photographer - I'm just a guy who takes pictures. If the photos are good it's only because the "subjects" are great and I happened to be looking at ...read more »
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