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Rewind - CBC celebrates 75 years of Regional Programming (Clip 8)Oct 6, 2011 | 6:23Rewind CBC celebrates 75 years of Regional Programming (Clip 8) Audio
Rewind CBC celebrates 75 years of Regional Programming (Clip 8) Oct 6, 2011 | 6:23The song ‘Saskatchewan’ was written during the 1930s, when Westerners suffered almost a decade of severe drought conditions. By the end of 1937, it was estimated that two out of every three farmers in the wheat belt of Saskatchewan was destitute. The writer W.O. Mitchell is best known for his novel Who Has Seen the Wind, and for his CBC drama series Jake and the Kid. Both Saskatchewan and Alberta can lay claim to him- he was born in Saskatchewan, but lived for many years in High River, Alberta, which he credits for inspiring many of his characters. This clip is from 1973.
Rewind - CBC celebrates 75 years of Regional Programming (Clip 9)Oct 6, 2011 | 7:48Rewind CBC celebrates 75 years of Regional Programming (Clip 9) Audio
Rewind CBC celebrates 75 years of Regional Programming (Clip 9) Oct 6, 2011 | 7:48In 1947 something happened in Leduc Alberta that changed the province’s future profoundly. Alberta was a have-not province, until drillers struck oil at Leduc Number One. It was Imperial Oil's 134th attempt and the company had spent $23 million on 133 dry holes. Listen to a report that recalls that first strike.
Rewind - CBC celebrates 75 years of Regional Programming (Clip 10)Oct 6, 2011 | 11:12Rewind CBC celebrates 75 years of Regional Programming (Clip 10) Audio
Rewind CBC celebrates 75 years of Regional Programming (Clip 10) Oct 6, 2011 | 11:12In the late 1940s, Kate Aitken was a powerhouse broadcaster for CBC Radio. She was the women’s editor and her programs covered cooking, child care and fashion but also offered a perspective on the wider world of politics and society. In 1949 she went to Vancouver. Moving further west… and ahead a few decades to 1993. The place is Clayoquot Sound- an area of rainforest on Vancouver Island. B.C.’s premier Mike Harcourt announced that logging would be allowed in the old growth forest- which launched a string of protests. Listen to this interview Michael Enright did in 1993 with Vicky Husband, chair of the Sierra Club of Western Canada in Victoria.
Rewind - CBC celebrates 75 years of Regional Programming (Clip 11)Oct 6, 2011 | 8:36Rewind CBC celebrates 75 years of Regional Programming (Clip 11) Audio
Rewind CBC celebrates 75 years of Regional Programming (Clip 11) Oct 6, 2011 | 8:36In the 1930s, in the days before satellite communication, the CBC's Northern Messenger radio service was a vital link to the Arctic. It was one of the only ways to reach RCMP officers, missionaries and scientific researchers in remote places. Relatives and friends would send messages to the service and every weekend… they’d be broadcast all over the North. In the mid 1970s, the Berger Inquiry began its examination of a proposed pipeline in the Arctic. Hundreds of aboriginal people testified before the commission in their own languages. One of the long lasting impacts of the Berger commission was that CBC Northern Services started to broadcast in aboriginal languages. And now CBC North carries daily programming in Dene, Tlicho, North Slavey, South Slavey, Gwich’in, Inuvialuktun and Inuktitut.
Rewind - Sound Portrait of 1949Apr 1, 2010 | 54:59Rewind Sound Portrait of 1949 Audio
Rewind Sound Portrait of 1949 Apr 1, 2010 | 54:59Easter as it’s been covered by CBC Radio. From a report in 1949 on what Princess Margaret would be wearing for Easter to thoughts on the great Easter myths and symbols from scholar Northrop Frye, it’s a veritable Rewind Easter parade.
Rewind - Sound Portrait of Glamour in 1962Apr 8, 2010 | 54:59Rewind Sound Portrait of Glamour in 1962 Audio
Rewind Sound Portrait of Glamour in 1962 Apr 8, 2010 | 54:59A program from 1962 that attempts to discover what glamour means to the modern woman. Or, as they say in this hour- why is the role of mother and housewife no longer the full part of a woman’s life? Find out all that- and of course how glamour fits in.
Rewind - Major League Baseball (Part 1)Apr 15, 2010 | 54:59Rewind Major League Baseball (Part 1) Audio
Rewind Major League Baseball (Part 1) Apr 15, 2010 | 54:59The first of two hours about major league baseball in Canada. When the Toronto Blue Jays first came to town, the government felt that baseball and beer didn’t mix.
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Rewind Major League Baseball (Part 2) Apr 22, 2010 | 54:59The second of two hours about major league baseball in Canada. When the Toronto Blue Jays first came to town, the government felt that baseball and beer didn’t mix.
Rewind - Vietnamese boat people of the 1970s and '80sApr 29, 2010 | 54:59Rewind Vietnamese boat people of the 1970s and '80s Audio
Rewind Vietnamese boat people of the 1970s and '80s Apr 29, 2010 | 54:59It's been 35 years since the fall of Saigon and the end of the Vietnam war. This week, we feature the Vietnamese boat people, some of whom came to Canada as refugees in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Rewind - V-E Day sound portrait (Part 1)May 6, 2010 | 24:59Rewind V-E Day sound portrait (Part 1) Audio
Rewind V-E Day sound portrait (Part 1) May 6, 2010 | 24:59May 8, 1945, was a day to celebrate. It was VE-Day, the long-awaited moment when the Allied forces triumphed over Nazi Germany to claim victory in Europe. But the joy brought by news of peace was dampened by the memory of fallen comrades and the ongoing war in the Pacific. From the liberation of Holland through the German surrender, celebrations in Canada and the servicemen's return, CBC Radio followed Canadians as the war ended in Europe.
Rewind - V-E Day sound portrait (Part 2)May 6, 2010 | 27:29Rewind V-E Day sound portrait (Part 2) Audio
Rewind V-E Day sound portrait (Part 2) May 6, 2010 | 27:29May 8, 1945, was a day to celebrate. It was V-E Day, the long-awaited moment when the Allied forces triumphed over Nazi Germany to claim victory in Europe. But the joy brought by news of peace was dampened by the memory of fallen comrades and the ongoing war in the Pacific. From the liberation of Holland through the German surrender, celebrations in Canada and the servicemen's return, CBC Radio followed Canadians as the war ended in Europe.
Rewind - 1980 Quebec ReferendumMay 27, 2010 | 54:59Rewind 1980 Quebec Referendum Audio
Rewind 1980 Quebec Referendum May 27, 2010 | 54:59A look back at the 1980 Quebec referendum. Shortly after his election as provincial premier, Rene Levesque made his case for sovereignty in a speech in New York.
Rewind - "The Investigator"Mar 26, 2010 | 55:18Rewind "The Investigator" Audio
Rewind "The Investigator" Mar 26, 2010 | 55:18Coming up on Rewind a classic CBC Radio play from 1954 called The Investigator. It tells the story of an unnamed United States senator who launches an offensive in a rather unexpected place. The senator was based on the anti-Communist crusader Joe McCarthy.
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