File contains recordings of Budge Wilson's appearances, readings, and interviews. Many of the recordings were taped from her appearances on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) radio. The series also includes a typescript of Budge Wilson's interview on CBC radio regarding the Swissair disaster on its one year anniversary.
Item contains an audio cassette with the second part of an interview of Budge Wilson by Don Connolly, Information Morning program, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio, regarding the Swissair crash.
File consists of the hand-written draft of a script by Budge Wilson, regarding the Swissair disaster, on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's Halifax Information Morning program. Includes two photocopies of letters to Dick Miller, a CBC producer. Also includes three copies of the final typescript of the speech.
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.
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 Franz Liszt. The file also includes two, longer, handwritten papers on Liszt's Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-flat and his Piano Sonata in B minor, and a letter (dated November 2, 1964) to Pugh from the British Broadcasting Corporation regarding his potential for a contributor to "Interpretations on Record," produced by Robert Layton.
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.