CBC Television Network

Regional File

Network: CBC Television Network

Broadcast Run: 1975

Broadcast Medium: Television

Aired Thursday nights for six weeks, from June 5 to July 10, 1975.

This short series of half hour documentaries was produced locally about issues important to all Canadians.

The films included Northwest Quarter, Mike Halleran’s production on industrialization in northwest British Columbia; What’s All The Fuss About?, an Ottawa documentary on drug abuse; Sex And Sixteen, a discussion on teenagers and sex, produced by Ian Parker in Toronto; The Other Side of the River, produced in St. John’s by Ian Wiseman, on the divisions of the Labrador community of North West River; Truth and Consequences, a segment of the CBLT program The Rogers Report, with Bruce Rogers, on the use of lie detectors; and Suicide, a Winnipeg production by Norm Bortnick.

Written by John Corcelli – September, 2005