VoicePrint: what’s on and at what time
Most of each day on VoicePrint's national service consists of verbatim readings of current articles from newspapers and magazines packaged into topical program segments, usually of 30 minutes in duration. For example: The National Report — the day's headline new stories — airs weekday mornings. Business, sports, health and science, lifestyles and leisure, regional news and old-time radio shows are some of the other topics included in the program line-up.
From time to time, VoicePrint presents programming of significant interest to people with disabilities, such as AudioCinema Playhouse (described movies) and Contact, our weekly interview show. In addition, we regularly air spoken-word readings of printed information published by governments, companies and organizations on both the national service and/or at our Local Broadcast Centre web sites.
Each show title listed on our online program schedule (see below for your choice of time zone) is hyperlinked to a brief description of the show. On many pages, there will be links to the previous broadcasts of the program that we store in our Audio Archive so our listeners can easily access a show they missed -- or want to hear again.