Jun 21, 2012 | 54:59Rewind Buffy-Sainte-Marie retrospective Audio
Rewind Buffy-Sainte-Marie retrospective Jun 21, 2012 | 54:59In honour of National Aboriginal Day, June 21st, an hour with and about the great Canadian First Nations singer Buffy Sainte-Marie. She's been in the business for 50 years- and still has a lot to say. You'll hear both new and vintage interviews as well as music drawn from her many albums. It's called "Still This Love Goes On: The Songs of Buffy Sainte-Marie."
Sep 6, 2012 | 54:59Rewind The Birth of Television Audio
Rewind The Birth of Television Sep 6, 2012 | 54:59It's the birth of CBC TV. At the start of a new season for Rewind, a look at the early days of radio's little brother. It was sixty years ago this month that the first Canadian television signals were beamed to eager audiences. CBC Television had hit the air.
Dec 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.
Dec 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.
Feb 2, 2012 | 54:59Rewind Remembering CBC's Allan McFee Audio
Rewind Remembering CBC's Allan McFee Feb 2, 2012 | 54:59Today on Rewind we take a loving look at Allan McFee- a true original and one of the characters of CBC Radio who made his mark with listeners for more than 52 years. He began his career with the CBC in 1937 and – except for a three-year stint in the army during the Second World War – stayed right here until he retired in 1991.
Oct 20, 2011 | 54:59Rewind CBC celebrates 75 years of Aboriginal Coverage (Oct. 2011 Encore) Audio
Rewind CBC celebrates 75 years of Aboriginal Coverage (Oct. 2011 Encore) Oct 20, 2011 | 54:59To celebrate CBC's 75th birthday, a look at how aborginal issues have been covered on CBC Radio. Michael Enright's co-host is Darrell Dennis. Darrell is a native actor and writer and CBC Radio host. The coverage of aboriginal issues on CBC Radio in many ways mirrors the attitudes and beliefs of Canadian society. On the one hand there was fascination with what was seen as an exotic way of life; on the other an assumption of dysfunction. And underlying it all was a belief that given enough time, aboriginal people would be absorbed and integrated into the larger society.
Apr 5, 2012 | 54:59Rewind Stuart MacLean: The "Morningside" Years (Apr. 2012 Encore) Audio
Rewind Stuart MacLean: The "Morningside" Years (Apr. 2012 Encore) Apr 5, 2012 | 54:59Stuart MacLean on Morningside- the early days of one of Canada's great story-tellers. In 1984, a young journalist named Stuart McLean was hired on as a columnist for CBC Radio's weekly morning program Morningside with Peter Gzowski. His job was to bring extraordinary stories of everyday Canadian life. It was tailor-made for his unconventional reporting style. It was also a goal he'd been pursuing for over a decade. Rewind presents three of his finest.
Jan 19, 2012 | 54:59Rewind James Hoffa vs. Robert Kennedy Audio
Rewind James Hoffa vs. Robert Kennedy Jan 19, 2012 | 54:59Today on Rewind a remarkable historical piece that features two American icons who clashed over issues of corruption and misappropriation of funds in the 1950s and 60s. They are Robert Kennedy- former Attorney General of the United States, but at the time Chief Investigator of the Rackets Committee for the United States Senate, and James Hoffa- head of the Teamsters Union. Kennedy was convinced that Hoffa worked with mobsters, extorted money from employers, and raided Teamster pension funds.
May 24, 2012 | 54:59Rewind Neil Young: Music Legend Audio
Rewind Neil Young: Music Legend May 24, 2012 | 54:59Today, we celebrate one of Canada’s greatest singer/songwriters. He’s a man who’s received multiple Juno and Grammy awards as well as the Governor General’s Performing Arts Award. He’s an officer of the Order of Canada; he’s been nominated for an academy award, and has been inducted into the Rock and Roll hall of fame – twice.
He’s released more than 30 albums, he’s been touring for over 40 years and reminds us that it’s better to burn out than to fade away because rust never sleeps.He’s Neil Young.