File contains materials relating to Budge Wilson's Christmas poem "Victor," which was written for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and broadcast on CBC radio and over the cbc4kids.ca website, with illustrations by Kevin Sylvester.
File also includes a clipping about Ellen Ballon's agent, Andrew Schulhof, and a ticket for a performance at Plateau Hall in Montreal featuring Ellen Ballon performing Heitor Villa-Lobos' first piano concerto with the CBC Symphony Orchestra.
File contains a photograph of Douglas Clarke (Dean of the Faculty of Music at McGill University from 1930 to 1955), Ellen Ballon, Frank Cyril James (Principal and Vice Chancellor of McGill University from 1939 until 1962), and an unknown man, standing in front of three microphones for radio stations: CKVL, CFCF, and CKAC. The photograph may have been taken at one of the concerts celebrating the 50th anniversary of the McGill Conservatorium.
Item is a photograph taken at a broadcast of CBC Radio's Information Morning that took place at the Dalhousie Arts Centre in 1977. The photograph shows children sitting on the floor and watching the broadcast.
Item is a photograph taken at a broadcast of CBC Radio's Information Morning that took place at the Dalhousie Arts Centre in 1977. The photograph shows a person sitting at a table with a microphone while a crowd of people watch through the window behind her.
This fonds contains records about the National Radio Farm Forum, including the operations of the Nova Scotia and New Brunswick regions. Records consists of pamphlets, correspondence, memos, guides, annual reports and minutes from the regional and national meetings and conferences, 2 booklets, and an account of the activity of the Earltown, Nova Scotia Farm Forum Radio Group from the period of 1961-1962. Some of the records were created and collected by Longly and C.A. Douglas, as well as regional secretary Rosemary Campbell. It was a national rural listening-discussion group project sponsored by the Canadian Association for Adult Education, the Canadian Federation of Agriculture and CBC. Initially, this program was a dramatized discussion of farm problems in wartime, arranged in cooperation with the Canadian Federation of Agriculture, and the Canadian Association for Adult Education. Eventually, it evolved into discussions by individuals from various communities across the country. The program was developed by Orville Shugg and Neil Morrison. http://www.cotra.ca/farming.htm http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/farm-radio-forum/
Item is radio report of the "Farm Planing Series," that focuses on the variety of farming practices based on the agricultural factors in different local communities in primarily in Quebec and other parts of the dominion. This was written by J.E. Lattimer.
Item is radio report of the "Farm Planing Series," that focuses on the factors that contribute to Canadian farm production, such as crop varieties, livestock breeds, transportation and refrigeration, specialization, and mechanization. This was written by J.E. Lattimer.
Item is radio report of the "Farm Planing Series," that focuses on whether farmers can adapt to new opportunities from changing consumer diets, interference with trade, and shifts in markets. This was written by J.E. Lattimer.
This file contains a 6 part radio broadcasting series " Co-operative Series." Topics of this series revolves around the importance of co-operation of those involved in the farming industry, which farmers, producers, and consumers. This was prepared by the Agricultural Publication Committee of the Canadian Association for Adult Education. Editor - W.H. Brittain
File contains the order of carols for Halifax Camerata Singers' performance on CBC Information Morning as part of a special program for raising supplies and funds for the Food Bank. Twenty out of twenty-five members of the choir were in attendance.
File contains two cassette tapes with recordings of CBC radio interviews about Mulgrave Road Co-op Theatre's production of "Battle Fatigue" by Jenny Munday. One tape has an interview between Jenny Munday, Mary-Colin, Judith(?), and Peter Gzowski from CBC's Morningside program, recorded on opening night in Halifax. The second tape has a interview between Jenny Munday and Don Connolly from CBC's Information Morning program in Halifax.
File contains drafts of program notes and research notes by Anthony Pugh pertaining to works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The file includes a booklet with handwritten musical examples by Pugh of extracts from Mozart opera overtures. The file also includes two complete programs (with notes by Pugh) for the Cathedral Festival of the Arts (May 21-24, 1987) in Fredericton, New Brunswick and the Mozart Bicentennial Concerts at the University of New Brunswick., and a draft of a letter from Pugh to "Mr. Elliot" about a recent series of broadcasts on the Mozart Piano Concertos.
File contains one digital recording of the Rock Meets Bone episode titled "Tighten the Traces, Haul in the Reins" with Robbie O'Neill (with music by Nathan Curry), which aired on October 13, 1989. The recording is on side A.
File contains one digital recording of "The story of Rock Meets Bone," aired on CBC Radio’s Atlantic Airwaves, which was recorded on January 9, 1991. This recording came after the CBC program replayed slightly edited versions of Sarah Denny and Joe Cormier/Jerry Holland's Rock Meets Bone episodes. The continuity script was written by Brain Guns.
Series contains materials documenting the work of the various artists that contributed to Rock Meets Bone. Written material includes scripted introductions, conclusions, and handwritten production notes about each episode and artist.
File contains documents regarding the creation of the Rock Meets Bone episode titled "Time Out" by the Working Theatre, which aired on September 22, 1989. The episode is a play created by five participants of an adult literacy program at the Mulgrave Road Co-op in collaboration with the Guysborough County people. Participants include Hughie Ashe, Elizabeth Byard, Sue Clyke, Ernie Daniel, and Ruth Scott. Materials include an introduction script, handwritten production notes, and a booklet, press release, and information on the adult literacy program.
File contains documents regarding the creation of the Rock Meets Bone episode titled "Nova Scotia Gold : part two" with Clary Croft, which aired on October 6, 1989. Croft was responsible for organizing Helen Creighton's collection for the Nova Scotia Public Archives, and carried on her work in cultural heritage education. Materials include an introduction to the episode and handwritten production notes.
File contains documents regarding the creation of the Rock Meets Bone episode titled "Introduction to Rock Meets Bone" or "Collage", which aired on December 1, 1989. The episode features the story of the radio show, as told by its producers and with excerpts from the series. Materials include handwritten production notes and an introduction. Materials also include a second folder, titled "Normaway," which includes a Rock Meets Bone production diary including the artists' early interest in the program and some travel.
Fonds contain material relating to the production and contributing artists of CKDU radio show Rock Meets Bone. Items include introductions, conclusions, and handwritten notes about episodes, correspondence, administrative documents, cassette tapes with raw episode interviews, and a USB drive containing both the raw source interviews and finished episodes.
Series contains reviews and articles relating to Kerslake’s work and writing. Materials include newspaper clippings, photocopies of reviews from journals or papers, and papers written as class assignments (including an original interview). Material also includes one review and edits written by Kerslake.
File contains a cassette tape recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Dr. Alexander Leighton, a psychiatrist. The interview is about an investigation into the incidence of mental illness in western Nova Scotia. This is the fourth in a series of four interviews. The file also contains two typed scripts of intros and outros for two interviews with Dr. Leighton.