In our Made-in-Canada segment, we kick off our Mother’s Day show with music by The Happy Gang, Don Messer, and Marg Osborn about mothers. We also present an episode of The Rod and Charles Show. Our Canadians Abroad segment features an episode of The Grand Ol’ Opery, hosted by Hank Snow, who was a native of Liverpool, Nova Scotia.
In our made-in-Canada segment, we hear an episode of Harmony House from March 1947. Our Canadian’s Abroad segment features an episode of The Zero Hour starring Montreal-native, William Shatner.
We begin our made-in-Canada segment with an episode of Rawhide starring Max Ferguson and the Easter Bunny. To finish off the segment, we offer some Easter music! Our Canadian’s Abroad segment features an episode of The Shadow starring Toronto-born Grace Matthews. The episode is called “Death and the Easter Bonnet.”
In our made-in-Canada segment, we hear an episode of Rum Runners called ‘Champagne.’ In our Canadian’s Abroad segment, we present an episode of Matinee Theater, featuring actor Victor Jory, who was born in Dawson City, Yukon.
In our made-in-Canada segment, we present an episode of ‘Jam Session.’ Our Canadian’s Abroad segment features an episode of ‘This is Your FBI,’ starring Québec-born actor Stacy Harris.
This time we have an hour-long Made in Canada segment. We present an episode of “CBC Stage” from 1969.
In our ‘Made in Canada’ segment, we hear an episode of “The Queen’s Men”, a series which aired during 1954. The episode is entitled “Missing Persons Case aka Andrew Weeks”.
In our ‘Canadians Abroad’ segment, we listen to an episode of “Texaco Town” starring the comedian Eddy Cantor. The episode from October 4, 1936, features Montreal-native Bobby Breen and Deanna Durbin, who grew up in Winnipeg.
In our ‘Made in Canada’ segment, we hear a documentary written, produced and narrated by the late Mike Morrison who was a long-time CBC employee. The title is “Beyond Our Control” and the subject is radio bloopers, most of which are Canadian.
Our ‘Canadians Abroad’ segment features an episode of “Command Performance”. The Canadian was Winnipeg-born actress Deanna Durbin.
This time we hear an hour-long ‘Canadians Abroad’ segment. Toronto-born Walter Huston stars in the Lux Radio Theatre presentation of “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre”.
This week we have an hour-long made-in-Canada segment called CBC Summer Stage, starring actors John Draney and Billy Mae Richards in a drama entitled, ‘Jake and the Kid.’