Rewind | Oct 13, 2011 | 54:59

CBC celebrates 75 years of Literature (Oct. 2011 Encore)

A Canadian voice for literature. On the seventh in the Rewind series celebrating the 75th birthday of the CBC, Michael Enright is joined by Eleanor Wachtel from Writers & Company. For 75 years, CBC Radio has played a major role as coach, critic and above all, appreciative consumer and sponsor of writing in Canada. Rewind brings you samples.

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