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.
File contains newspaper clippings, maps, schedules, and a program for Stars on the Hill, an event celebrating 5 years of public broadcasting in the Maritimes for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The events included a performance of an excerpt from Scott Macmillan's "Celtic Mass for the Sea" performed by the Halifax Camerata Singers with Jeff Joudrey conducting. The file also includes Bertrum MacDonald's name tag from the performance and a copy of the sheet music for "Open Your Heart".
File contains correspondence with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). Materials include a typed letter from CBC to Kerslake and Pottersfield Press requesting permission to record an eight-minute reading of "Blind Date."
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 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 a handwritten draft of Budge Wilson's news announcement for the Canadian Society of Children's Authors, Illustrators and Performers (CANSCAIP) newsletter, News Roundup. The announcement includes her recently published book "After Swissair"; readings at public libraries, the Hubbards Literary Society, and Word on the Street; interviews on CTV and CBC radio; features in the Chronicle Herald; and the upcoming publication of the fourth new Polish edition of "Before Green Gables."