I've always loved radio. Although I have ten stations preset in my car stereo, there are only a few I actually visit.
102.1 the Edge
Love it or hate it, my ideal music list plays on CFNY. It's actually been that way for as long as I can remember. I just wish they'd play more tunes in the morning, because it's the music that keeps me coming back.
CBC Radio One
It might sound corny, but I feel smarter when listening to good 'ol CBC Radio One at 99.1. Andy Barrie does a fantastic job in the morning, but the programming is pretty interesting all day long.
CBC Radio Two
I've been tuning in CBC Radio Two at 94.1 during mornings and afternoons because there are no ads and you never know what tune you're going to hear. This change might have pissed off the classical music folks, but it's made me happy. The hosts share interesting tid-bits too, and talk just enough.
92.5 JACK FM
I've also been sampling 92.5 since they became rock focused, and it's pretty good if you just want a rock variety. This morning I heard them come out of old school Bryan Adams and dive into Nirvana. Needless to say, I was singing along.
I drop by 97.3 for one reason and one reason only. I like to check in on my pal Humble.
THE FAN 590
A man needs sports scores and updates and a little Bobcat now and then.
Leaf games and the best talk radio host in the city (Mike Stafford) get me going to 640 now and then.
That's about it. Once in a blue moon I pop over to 680 and I used to check out Q107 now and then, but I now prefer 92.5 to 107.1. What are your Toronto stations of choice?