CBC Television Network

Man Alive

Network: CBC Television Network

Broadcast Run: 1967 to 2000

Broadcast Medium: Television

Hosts: Roy Bonisteel [1967-1989], Peter Downie [1989-1996], Arthur Kent [1997],
R.H. Thomson [1997- ongoing]

The program took its title from St. Irenaeus, the second century Bishop of Lyons, who wrote, “The glory of God is man fully alive.”

Producers: David Ruskin (l967-68), John Ryan (l967-68), Garth Goddard (l968), Terry Thompson (l968-69), Sam Levene (l969-7l), Louise Lore (l970-l979), John McGreevy (l970-75), Sig Gerber (l973-77), Tim Bentley (l974-78), Rosalind Farber (l974-75), Wayne Thompson (l978-?), Catherine Smalley (l978-?).

Executive producers: Leo Rampen (l967-77, l978-79), Sig Gerber (l977), and Louise Lore (l979- ?).

A public affairs program focusing on issues of religion and faith.

Written by John Corcelli – April, 2002