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This Country in the Morning with Michael Enright

On Rewind, two interviews from Michael Enright's first job as host for CBC Radio- the program This Country in the Morning. First, the comedians Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, and then the president of McDonalds's Canada- George Cohon.

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