Radio plays, Canadian

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Acting contracts for CBC radio programs

File contains acting contracts between Jenny Munday and CBC Radio for programs called "Vanishing Point - A Silent Agreement," "Morningside Drama - Amateur Hero," and "Money in the Bank."

Acting records of Jenny Munday

Series contains documents related to theatrical, television, film, and radio performances of actor Jenny Munday. The documents include acting contracts, correspondence, theatre programs, reviews, newspaper articles, photographs, and other documents about the productions that Munday acted in. The documents also include greeting cards congratulating Munday for her performances.

From a high thin wire

File contains a radio script by Mary Vingoe. The script adapted from the short story of the same title by Joan Clark.

George Douglas Elphinstone Anderson fonds

  • MS-2-768
  • Fonds
  • 1945-1947
Fonds contains radio scripts, correspondence and published materials related to the radio program, "Now It Can Be Told". Anderson wrote the radio scripts and most of the correspondence, while working as a Staff Engineer for Nova Scotia Light and Power.

Anderson, George Douglas Elphinstone, 1902-

Neptune Theatre and CBC radio : All fall down

File contains documents related to Neptune Theatre's production of "All Fall Down." The production was also turned into a radio drama. Jenny Munday played the role of Emma Grady. The documents include programs; a contract between Munday and CBC Radio; a contract between Munday and Neptune Theatre; newspaper reviews; greeting cards; and other documents.

Norman Creighton fonds

  • MS-2-689
  • Fonds
  • Bulk, 1913-1995
Fonds consists of materials created and collected by Norman Creighton, including radio scripts; published and unpublished manuscripts for short stories and articles; correspondence; audio tapes and records; research notes; newspaper and magazine clippings; photographs; financial papers; memorabilia. Materials primarily relate to Creighton's long career as a writer and broadcaster, but also include materials relating to his personal life and family history. Fonds is arranged by type of material and includes the following series: CBC Scripts, Correspondence, Family Estate Documents, Fiction, Financial, Memorabilia, Nonfiction, Notebooks, Photographs, Printed Materials, Radio Talks, Records, Research Files, Subject Files, The Gillans, Titus Smith.

Creighton, Norman, 1909-1995

Proposal for a radio drama called "A womans war"

File contains two copies of a proposal by Jenny Munday for a radio drama called "A Woman's War." The proposal was sent to Rosemary Gilbert, Producer, CBC Radio Drama. The file also contains correspondence between Munday and Gilbert about the proposal.

Radio

Subseries contains documents related to radio dramas or other radio programs written and performed by Jenny Munday. The documents include scripts; contracts; recordings or the programs; correspondence; and other documents.

Recording of radio drama "All fall down"

File contains a recording of the radio drama version of "All Fall Down." The play was also produced by Neptune Theatre. Jenny Munday played the role of Emma Grady.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

Reviews, contracts, and other documents from CBC radio comedy programs

File contains documents related to radio dramas that Jenny Munday wrote or acted in, including the "Plaid Beaver" series and "Money in the Bank." The documents include a writing contract between Munday and CBC; an acting contract between Munday and CBC for "Plaid Beaver"; a production report for "The Plaid Beaver"; newspaper reviews; and correspondence.

Script and correspondence about "I'll Bastyerache"

File contains a recording of "I'll Bastyerache" by Jenny Munday and Marshall Button, a comedy performance that was aired on CBC Radio Halifax during the Maritime Magazine program. The other side of the tape has a recording of "What's a Yuppie?" from Morningside.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

Script, correspondence, and recording of "I'll Bastyerache"

File contains documents related to "I'll Bastyerache" by Jenny Munday and Marshall Button, a comedy performance that was aired on CBC Radio Halifax during the Maritime Magazine program. The documents include a script for the performance; and a letter from Sheila Jones to Munday and Button.