Network: CBC Television Network
Broadcast Run: 1963
Broadcast Medium: Television
Aired Wednesday nights from July 17 to September 18, 1963
This short summer series, offered viewers a variety of subjects from the world of arts and culture. The show debuted with Chopin’s Life in Paris, produced by Ronald Hambleton and featuring pianist Jacques Abram. A two-part series on architecture followed, Wall and Window with Professor James Acland from the University of Toronto, with a concluding six-part series about the history of travel, with host Anna Cameron, produced by Leo Rampen. The series closed with an elaborate 3-part production of a Lister Sinclair poem about Beethoven. It was narrated by Budd Knapp with actors Douglas Rain and Frank Perry. The producer was James Murray.