The Happy Gang + Pat Barker
At 2pm Thursday and repeated Saturday at 1 am and 5pm (ET):
An hour of one of the most popular of the arts and entertainment
programs of the 1940s and 50s- The Happy Gang. With its signature
opening and upbeat tone, it aired for more than twenty years every
weekday at lunch on CBC Radio.
At 1 am, 6 am and noon (ET):
An interview with the British novelist Pat Barker. The path to an acclaimed trilogy of novels and the Booker Prize started with her grandfather's bayonet wound. It was a souvenir of his service in the First World War, and became part of the family history.