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Rewind - Remembering CBC's Max FergusonNov 18, 2010 | 54:59Rewind Remembering CBC's Max Ferguson Audio
Rewind Remembering CBC's Max Ferguson Nov 18, 2010 | 54:59A living tribute to CBC personality Max Ferguson, who died in early March. He was a true radio genius, off beat, eccentric, and totally brilliant. Rewind presents an hour of his best.
Rewind - Ben Johnson: A Hero DisgracedSep 19, 2013 | 54:59Rewind Ben Johnson: A Hero Disgraced Audio
Rewind Ben Johnson: A Hero Disgraced Sep 19, 2013 | 54:59A look back at a defining moment in Canadian sports: the Ben Johnson drug scandal. Twenty-five years ago, Johnson won gold with a world record in the 100-metres at the Seoul Olympics. The celebration didn't last long.
Rewind - Agnes MooreheadMay 27, 2014 | 54:59Rewind Agnes Moorehead Audio
Rewind Agnes Moorehead May 27, 2014 | 54:59An hour-long interview with the actor Agnes Moorehead. Best known as the mother in law to end all mother in laws on the television program Bewitched, she preferred to be known as a serious actor.
Rewind - Nobel prize winner Alice  Munro on "Morningside" (Originally aired 1996)Aug 14, 2014 | 54:59Rewind Nobel prize winner Alice Munro on "Morningside" (Originally aired 1996) Audio
Rewind Nobel prize winner Alice Munro on "Morningside" (Originally aired 1996) Aug 14, 2014 | 54:59Rewind presents an hour long vintage conversation between Peter Gzowski, long time host of CBC Radio's Morningside, and the brilliant short story writer Alice Munro, who won the Nobel Prize for literature last fall.
Rewind - The Beatles Comes to Canada!Sep 4, 2014 | 54:59Rewind The Beatles Comes to Canada! Audio
Rewind The Beatles Comes to Canada! Sep 4, 2014 | 54:59Late summer 1964. The hottest musical group was the Beatles. Their first hit, Love Me Do topped the charts, they had appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and toured the U.S., and now they were coming to Canada. Teenage girls everywhere fainted at the news.
Rewind - Gordon Lightfoot retrospectiveDec 6, 2012 | 54:59Rewind Gordon Lightfoot retrospective Audio
Rewind Gordon Lightfoot retrospective Dec 6, 2012 | 54:59Gordon Lightfoot has been called Canada’s Folk Laureate. His melodic and soulful voice is unmistakable. He’s a modern-day troubadour with his evocative portraits of Canadian life and landscape. Rewind presents an hour of the words and music of Gordon Lightfoot.
Rewind - Remembering CBC's  Bill McNeilJan 31, 2013 | 54:59Rewind Remembering CBC's Bill McNeil Audio
Rewind Remembering CBC's Bill McNeil Jan 31, 2013 | 54:59A portrait of the longtime CBC broadcaster Bill McNeil. His work on the programs Assignment and Voice of the Pioneer made him a household name for more than 40 years.
Rewind - Morley Callaghan: Literary giant (March 2012 Encore)Dec 5, 2013 | 53:03Rewind Morley Callaghan: Literary giant (March 2012 Encore) Audio
Rewind Morley Callaghan: Literary giant (March 2012 Encore) Dec 5, 2013 | 53:03Morley Callaghan was a Canadian literary giant, known for his novels, short stories and plays and his many appearances on CBC Radio. He also boxed with Ernest Hemingway, wrestled an intruder to his house to the ground and loved winter.
Rewind - The Modern Woman, circa 1962Mar 6, 2014 | 54:59Rewind The Modern Woman, circa 1962 Audio
Rewind The Modern Woman, circa 1962 Mar 6, 2014 | 54:59To celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8, we look at what it means to be a woman in our society today. Rewind presents a documentary from 1962 that explores this issue.
Rewind - Singing in ReliefDec 11, 2014 | 54:59Rewind Singing in Relief Audio
Rewind Singing in Relief Dec 11, 2014 | 54:59Floods, famine, fire and drought. When disaster strikes, Canadians are ready to help. From Tears Are Not Enough to Live Aid, Flood the Fund to SARS-stock, relief concerts entertain and raised millions. But critics question their benefit.
Rewind - Mordecai RichlerApr 9, 2015 | 54:59Rewind Mordecai Richler Audio
Rewind Mordecai Richler Apr 9, 2015 | 54:59It only took fourteen years after he died, but finally the great Canadian novelist Mordecai Richler is being recognised by his home city of Montreal. Rewind looks back at the career of Mordecai Richler, brash gadfly and literary giant.
Rewind - Margaret Visser retrospectiveDec 13, 2012 | 54:59Rewind Margaret Visser retrospective Audio
Rewind Margaret Visser retrospective Dec 13, 2012 | 54:59An hour of the social anthropologist Margaret Visser. She tells fascinating stories about the every day, everything from tea to hair, and dining to bathing. Rewind presents some of her most fascinating pieces.
Rewind - The Other Events of November 1963Nov 21, 2013 | 54:59Rewind The Other Events of November 1963 Audio
Rewind The Other Events of November 1963 Nov 21, 2013 | 54:59In November 1963, the world was consumed by the assassination of President John Kennedy. But two well known writers died- C.S. Lewis and Aldous Huxley. And the week following, TCA Flight 831 crashed outside Montreal killing all 118 passengers.
Rewind - D-Day - 70 Years LaterJun 5, 2014 | 54:59Rewind D-Day - 70 Years Later Audio
Rewind D-Day - 70 Years Later Jun 5, 2014 | 54:592014 marks the 70th anniversary of one of the most significant days in Canadian history. June 6 , 1944 known as D-Day, and it marks the beginning of the end of the Second World War. Sounds and stories from the soldiers and reporters who were there.
Rewind - The Guess Who Part TwoAug 28, 2014 | 36:47Rewind The Guess Who Part Two Audio
Rewind The Guess Who Part Two Aug 28, 2014 | 36:47On Rewind, part two of a look at Canada’s first supergroup: the Guess Who.

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