Rewind | Nov 18, 2010 | 54:59

Remembering CBC's Max Ferguson

A 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.

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