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A private eccentricity

SUMMARY: "CBC Monday Evening" was a multi-part series that included documentaries and interviews on the arts, along with drama and serious music. This episode is entitled "A Private Eccentricity". No further; content information is available.

A summer job

SUMMARY: "Studio '72" was a radio series that presented avant-garde experimental theatre adapted from stage plays and short stories by new and established national and international writers. The CBC Times prov;ides the following description "[Studio '72] is in rather free workshop style, employing fairly modern techniques and improvisations which lend themselves well to interesting voice and sound productio;n". The series was first broadcast in the spring of 1969. This episode is "A Summer Job", a play by Peter Hay that focuses on a university student's summer job in security for the government. The summ;er job involves "softening up" customers for government interrogation. Actors include Neil Dainard, Hagan Beggs, and John Juliani.;

Adaskin memoirs I

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, "Adaski;n Memoirs I", contains recollections and memoirs of Vancouver musician Harry Adaskin.;

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.;

Alice Munro

SUMMARY: A one-sided interview with author Alice Munro about her work, her experience with "The New Yorker" magazine, and the effect it has had on her writing.;

Alice Munro reads and talks

SUMMARY: "Ideas" is a CBC Radio series that presents in-depth talks and discussion on a range of historical and contemporary subjects. The series evolved from an FM program entitled "The Best Ideas You'll Hea;r Tonight" that was first broadcast in the fall of 1965, in response to an interest in adult education. This episode, "Alice Munro Reads And Talks", is an interview with Alice Munro by Elizabeth Komi;sar for Westcoast Voices. Munro also reads from her novel "Lives Of Girls And Women".;

An original Christmas

SUMMARY: Series not identified. This program is entitled "An Original Christmas", and documents the religious persecution of the Jewish people. The program features music, readings and narration.;

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 opens with Kildare Dobbs talking about Brian Moore's new novel, "The Great Victorian Collection". It continues with an anthology of poems by women poets from the Maritimes,; entitled "A Kind of Grace", selected and introduced by Margery Whitlaw. Also included is an interview with Burton Bernstein about Bernstein's recent biography of James Thurber; the interviewer is Wendy Blair.

Anton Kuerti : Festival of Russian music

SUMMARY: This episode, "Anton Kuerti, Festival of Russian Music", was recorded in performed at Studio One in the CBC Broadcasting Centre, {Toronto?]. Anton Kuerti performs selections from Glinka, Tchaikovsky, Glazunov, Liadov, Apenskii, Rachmaninov, Scriabin, and Glazunov.

Audition, from Ian McDougall

SUMMARY: This item, "Audition, From Ian McDougall", appears to be a collection of musical pieces by Vancouver musician Ian McDougall, including the following: 1. "Trio" - Flute, Violin, Cello. 2. William Bla;ke, "Seasons" - Soprano and Guitar. 3. Piece for Solo Trumpet and Brass and Percussion Ensemble. 4. "Playground" - Two Celli, Percussion and Electronics. 5. "Collage" - Brass Quartet and Eight Trombo;nes.;

Audrey Thomas interview

SUMMARY: "CBC Monday Evening" was a multi-part series that included documentaries and interviews on the arts, along with drama and serious music. This item is an interview by Elizabeth Komisar for Westcoast Voices with the author Audrey Thomas. Audrey Thomas reads from "Mrs. Blood", a novel set in a hospital in Africa and concerning a woman who is preparing to give birth.

Bach Choir

SUMMARY: This episode is entitled "Bach Choir". No content details are available.

Barbara Pentland ; V Mass ; Vancouver recital program - Bartok

SUMMARY: "CBC Monday Evening" was a multi-part series that included documentaries and interviews on the arts, along with drama and serious music. The first part of this episode features the Canadian composer B;arbara Pentland. It includes an interview with Pentland by Philip Lamarsh, and a recording of a 1962 recital, with Barbara Pentland performing piano pieces at the CBC Music Festival, Queen Elizabeth T;heatre, Vancouver. The second part, "V Mass" [sp?]", is a story by Carl Sandor, read by NeilDainard. The third part, "Vancouver Recital Program - Bartok", included works for violin and piano by Bela; Bartok. [Note: this portion of the broadcast is missing from the tape.];

Barbara Pentland interview

SUMMARY: An interview with composer Barbara Pentland by Philip La Marche. Pentand discusses her Inspirations and the influences on her musical work.

Beethoven

SUMMARY: "Saturday Evening" was a series of one and a half hour programs broadcast from 8:30 to 10:00 PM. Usually in two parts, it consisted of plays, classical concerts, documentaries and talks. The series ran from October 1962 to the spring of 1967. This episode, "Beethoven", is a recital by the Beaux Arts Quartet.

Beethoven, opus 70, no. 1

SUMMARY: This episode presumably features a performance of Beethoven's trio for piano and strings, op. 70, No. 1, by the Orion Trio.

Bethune

SUMMARY: This episode, "Bethune", features the early life of Dr. Norman Bethune, his early career in Boston, his marriage, the civil war in Spain, his work in China (including the training and equipping of mob;ile operating clinics), and finally his death due to blood poisoning.;

Between ourselves : An island is an island

SUMMARY: "Between Ourselves" was a weekly series of hour-long radio programs that presented Canada to Canadians. It featured aspects of Canadian life in docudramas, plays, music, and interviews, originating fr;om different regions of Canada. The series ran from 1966 to 1979. In this episode, "An Island is an Island", individual island residents talk about their experiences and island life, including bird an;d animal life, and farming.;

Between ourselves : B.C. : colour and sound

SUMMARY: "Between Ourselves" was a weekly series of hour-long radio programs that presented Canada to Canadians. It featured aspects of Canadian life in docudramas, plays, music, and interviews, originating fr;om different regions of Canada. The series ran from 1966 to 1979. This episode begins with a discussion of the art scene in B.C. during the 1960s. David Watmough interviews five working artists who di;scuss their background, and the inspiration for and influences on their art. The artists include: Gordon Smith, Takao Tanabe, John Corner, Peter Paul Oakes and Jack Darcus. The program continues with ;interviews with three Austrian women of the B.C. musical world: Miss Rita Guough [sp?], Mrs. Marie Scheilder [sp?], and Dr. Ida Halpern.;

Between ourselves : B.C. : colour and sound

SUMMARY: "Between Ourselves" was a weekly series of hour-long radio programs that presented Canada to Canadians. It featured aspects of Canadian life in docudramas, plays, music, and interviews, originating fr;om different regions of Canada. The series ran from 1966 to 1979. This episode begins with a discussion of the art scene in B.C. during the 1960s. David Watmough interviews five working artists who di;scuss their background, and the inspiration for and influences on their art. The artists include: Gordon Smith, Takao Tanabe, John Corner, Peter Paul Oakes and Jack Darcus. The program continues with ;interviews with three Austrian women of the B.C. musical world: Miss Rita Guough [sp?], Mrs. Marie Scheilder [sp?], and Dr. Ida Halpern.;

Between ourselves : B.C. scene

SUMMARY: "Between Ourselves" was a weekly series of hour-long radio programs that presented Canada to Canadians. It featured aspects of Canadian life in docudramas, plays, music, and interviews, originating from different regions of Canada. The series ran from 1966 to 1979. This episode, "BC Scene", featured Jack Humphrey, Roger Montgomery, Daphne Goldrick, Jimmy Johnston and Shirley Miliner in a program of topical satire and comedy sketches.

Between ourselves : B.C. scene

SUMMARY: "Between Ourselves" was a weekly series of hour-long radio programs that presented Canada to Canadians. It featured aspects of Canadian life in docudramas, plays, music, and interviews, originating fr;om different regions of Canada. The series ran from 1966 to 1979. This episode, "BC Scene", features topical satire, comedy sketches and recorded music. Voices heard include Jack Humphrey, Roger Montg;omery, Daphne Goldrick, Jimmy Johnston, Angela Gann, John Sparks and host Doug Campbell.;

Between ourselves : Beyond the call

SUMMARY: "Between Ourselves" was a weekly series of hour-long radio programs that presented Canada to Canadians. It featured aspects of Canadian life in docudramas, plays, music, and interviews, originating fr;om different regions of Canada. The series ran from 1966 to 1979. This episode, "Beyond the Call", is the story of three Canadian Red Cross outpost hospitals in BC. Prepared and introduced by J.J. McC;oll, the program includes interviews with nurses at these isolated hospital outposts -- Betty Dolk in Kyuquot, Alice Owen in Edgewood, and Margaret Pardy in Bamfield.;

Between ourselves : Death of a raven

SUMMARY: "Between Ourselves" was a weekly series of hour-long radio programs that presented Canada to Canadians. It featured aspects of Canadian life in docudramas, plays, music, and interviews, originating fr;om different regions of Canada. The series ran from 1966 to 1979. This episode, "Death of a Raven", focuses on the processes involved in the loss of much of the art of the Northwest Coast Indians. Rec;ollections discuss the culture, potlatch, religion, growing up, the European's lack of understanding of native traditions, and the cultural suppression that followed the condemnation of the potlatch. ;Recollections are from: Mrs. Mabel Stanley, Chief William Scow, Chief William Matthews, Mrs.Matthews, George Clutesi, and Councilman Quocksister [sp?];

Between ourselves : Double exposure

SUMMARY: "Between Ourselves" was a weekly series of hour-long radio programs that presented Canada to Canadians. It featured aspects of Canadian life in docudramas, plays, music, and interviews, originating from different regions of Canada. The series ran from 1966 to 1979. This episode, "Double Exposure", investigates two generations of Indians living today's history. Chief Dan George speaks on various issues. Topics discussed include the role of Indian Affairs and the Indian agents in the lives of the Indians; the role of the Catholic Church; and residential schools. Voices heard on this program include: Dan George, Arnold and Diana Racolma [sp?], Alfred Racolma, Kim and Ingrid Racolma, George Ryga, and Francis Hyland.

Between ourselves : Emily Carr

SUMMARY: "Between Ourselves" was a weekly series of hour-long radio programs that presented Canada to Canadians. It featured aspects of Canadian life in docudramas, plays, music, and interviews, originating fr;om different regions of Canada. The series ran from 1966 to 1979. The first part of this fifty-minute program is devoted to reminiscences of Emily Carr by three of her long-time friends: Flora Hamilto;n Burns, who helped Carr with her writing; Kate Mather, who was a buyer for the CPR at Banff and commissioned Carr to make pottery; and Edythe Hembroff-Schleicher, whose book "M.E." recalls the elderl;y Emily Carr. The second part of the program features "The Pines of Emily Carr", a work for narrator, mezzo-soprano, piano, string quartet and tympani, which was composed by Jean Coulthard for the 196;9 CBC Vancouver Festival of Music. The performers involved include: Dorothy Davies, narrator; Derek Bampton, piano; Phyllis Mailing, mezzo-soprano; and Don Adams, tympani.;

Between ourselves : Emily Carr

SUMMARY: "Between Ourselves" was a weekly series of hour-long radio programs that presented Canada to Canadians. It featured aspects of Canadian life in docudramas, plays, music, and interviews, originating fr;om different regions of Canada. The series ran from 1966 to 1979. The first part of this fifty-minute program is devoted to reminiscences of Emily Carr by three of her long-time friends: Flora Hamilto;n Burns, who helped Carr with her writing; Kate Mather, who was a buyer for the CPR at Banff and commissioned Carr to make pottery; and Edythe Hembroff-Schleicher, whose book "M.E." recalls the elderl;y Emily Carr. The second part of the program features "The Pines of Emily Carr", a work for narrator, mezzo-soprano, piano, string quartet and tympani, which was composed by Jean Coulthard for the 196;9 CBC Vancouver Festival of Music. The performers involved include: Dorothy Davies, narrator; Derek Bampton, piano; Phyllis Mailing, mezzo-soprano; and Don Adams, tympani.;

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