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Rewind from CBC Radio

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 Kierans, Camp and Lewis | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3299

Eric Kierans, Dalton Camp and Stephen Lewis, the three men who in the 1980s became known collectively as KCL on the program Morningside.They were known for their piercing political analysis, but could have a bit of fun as well.

 The Mad Trapper | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2826

the story of the Mad Trapper of the Northwest Territories- told by the RCMP officers who captured him. It’s a tale that has stirred the imagination of Canadians for 80 years.

 Really Big New Year's Resolutions | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2642

Coming up on the Rewind podcast, all about New Year’s resolutions and predictions from years gone by. Whether it’s the prediction that JFK’s assassin was really a Cuban spy, or the resolve to make do with butter rationing in the war years, we have it all.

 Holiday Treats | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3300

Are you tired of holiday shopping and wrapping, planning and baking? Well, here's a suggestion- pour yourself a cup of eggnog, pull a chair up to the warm glow of the radio or computer monitor and embrace the season from years gone by right here on Rewind. We'll talk about food and toys, warm hearted stories and controversy.

 The Rod and Charles Show | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3300

Today, from 1961, the Rod and Charles Show. It was a fast paced, quirky and engaging show hosted by Rod Coneybeare and Charles Winter that became as popular for adults as it did for children.

 The Food Show | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3299

For 12 years- between 1978 and 1990- CBC Radio’s The Food Show took listeners inside the food business, exploring news and trends in food production, marketing and consumption. Its first host was Jim Wright, a former circus ringmaster. He navigated through the gastronomical gamut as listeners learned all about the food business. From important news, to tips on camel-milking or microwave cooking, The Food Show offered a wealth of information on anything food-related. During this hour we’ll bring you some of the tastiest segments from the show's first season in 1978.

 The Modern Woman | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3299

On this edition of Rewind, an hour from the documentary series Project '62. The Project series looked at the pressing social issues of the day- and in this case it was "The Modern Woman." Well, modern circa 1962. In some ways you'll find the program has resonance for our ears- as it grapples with issues of daycare, working women and time constraints. And yet in others- it sounds like the era in which it was made- a Mad Men world. From November 1962, the Modern Woman.

 Radio Canada International | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3299

Today the Voice of Canada- Radio Canada International. When it was first established in February 1945, the CBC International Service was intended for broadcast to Canadian Forces overseas. By war's end the radio service was telling the world about Canada in over a dozen languages. Despite budget cuts and critics who accused it of employing communists or operating as a government mouthpiece, the service now called Radio Canada International has persevered. On this show we look back on RCI's six and a half decades of shortwave radio.

 1965 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2478

Today, the year 1965 on CBC Radio- a sort of portrait in sound of a year. You'll hear music, news, drama and talk that give a flavour of what a CBC listener would hear on a given day in 1965.

 75th- War | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3299

This week, the last in the series of programs that looks at 75 years of CBC Radio. Since CBC first went to air 75 years ago, we have covered wars and conflicts around the world. Michael Enright's co-host is Peter Armstrong, host of CBC Radio's World Report, and together they will look at how CBC has covered war from the Second World War through the Cold War, draft dodgers, the Cruise Missile and United Nations peacekeepers.


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