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A poetry happening

RECORDED: [location unknown], [196-?] SUMMARY: A poetry "happening" with music. Poets Judy Copithorne, Bill Bissett, Gerry Gilbert and Wayne Nyberg read from their work.;

Al Purdy interview : [Sandler, 1975]

CALL NUMBER: T1609:0001 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-08-08 & 09 SUMMARY: Ideas; early attitudes in Vancouver; 1950s; science fiction; perception of past and future; discussion of Ameliasburg.;CALL NUMBER: T1609:0002 RECORDED: [location u...

Alan Crawley

SUMMARY: This program is a discussion by three women poets about the life and interest in Canadian poetry of Alan Crawley. The speakers are Dorothy Livesay, P.K. Page, and another unidentified woman poet.;

Anne ; Interior design

SUMMARY: TRACK 1 & 2: "Anne" and "Interior Design" are two separate works by Charles Brookman, dated 1973 and 1974 respectively. On "Blackout", Charles Brookman is credited as "Confessor", while DNA is ...

Anthology, 1975-06-21

SUMMARY: "Anthology" is a series planned as a literary magazine for radio, featuring short stories, poetry, literary talks, discussions, and reports on the arts from various world centres. This episode contai;ns three items. The program...

Barbara and Mike Raynolds interview

SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Barbara Raynolds' describes her life on the Islands ; Mike Raynolds recites some poetry PERIOD COVERED: 1964-1969 RECORDED: [location unknown], [196-] SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Barbara Raynolds speaks about coming to the Qu...

Best of Emerson, no. 26

SUMMARY: "Best of Emerson" is a twice-a-week series (Monday and Friday) that ran from July 2 to September 28, 1962. In this series Vancouver's provocative conversationalist, John Emerson, discusses unusual asp;ects of Vancouver hist...

Brian Finn : singing poetry

RECORDED: [location unknown], [196-?] SUMMARY: Poems [or songs?] include: Lisa; Norfolk County; Farewell; Hymn of the 20th Century; Shakespeare's "Sonnet 130"; Birney's "Wind Chimes in a Temple Ruin"; Blake's &qu...

CBC Tuesday night. Poet in an arctic landscape

SUMMARY: "Poet in an Arctic Landscape" is a play by J. Michael Yates, based on his experiences sport fishing in the Northwest Territories. It combines poetry and dramatic episodes having complementary themes.; Voices heard include: Robe...

Canadian poetry speech, Oliver, 1957-10-25

RECORDED: Oliver (B.C.), 1957-10-25 SUMMARY: John Emerson speaks on the subject of Canadian poetry at the 1957 B.C. Schools Convention in Oliver. The address Includes poems by Daryl Duke, David Brock, and Marjorie Pickthall.;

Capilano Review collection

  • PR-2252
  • Fonds
  • 1973-1975

Capilano Review was a serial publication devoted to poetry. The collection consists of recordings of readings by Canadian poets and writers at Capilano College in North Vancouver, 1973-1975.

Colours in the dark

SUMMARY: This item, entitled "Colours In The Dark", appears to be a collection of pieces (or an excerpt from the play?) by James Reaney. The radio series is not identified.;

D.N.A. 5

SUMMARY: TRACK 1 & 2: DNA is a stereo story magazine. This issue features: "Scales Removes The Keystone From The Gate" (Alexander Hutchison) ; "And Two Percent Zero" (J. Michael Yates) ; "Thermolayer" (Gyorgy ;Por...

Dorothy Livesay

SUMMARY: An item on the poet Dorothy Livesay, prepared and reported by Paul Grant. The network feed is introduced by Grant, with some explanation.;

Dorothy Livesay : [musings]

RECORDED: [location unknown], [1973?] SUMMARY: Poet Dorothy Livesay records her (highly personal) comments about herself and her writings. The recording was possibly intended to organize her thoughts prior to writing.;

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