Dr Jean Sutherland Boggs was passionate about art and helping Canadians to appreciate it. She died not long ago, and on this Rewind, a tribute to this remarkable woman through her many appearances on CBC Radio.
A look at a divided Germany from 1958, almost two years before the wall went up. CBC reporters wanted to see for themselves how the Communist ideology of the East and capitalism of the West intersected.
The bugle is a call to action, the passing bell calls us to a funeral. It marks the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War in 1914. How Canadians felt about the war at its outset and how airplanes became instruments of war.
On this show it's a dip into the more distant past to listen to a format popular in the early days of CBC Radio, the 1940s. It was called a discussion club.
This week on Rewind, remembering the godfather of Cape Breton fiddling, Buddy MacMaster who died last August. He would have been 90- years old on October 18. Last spring he was honoured by one of North America's largest folk music organizations, joining the ranks of Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Joan Baez and Stan Rogers. As his niece Natalie MacMaster, herself...Listen 54:59