CBC Television Network

Something Ventured

Network: CBC Television Network

Broadcast Run: 1977 to 1978

Broadcast Medium: Television

Aired Friday nights from November 1977 to April, 1978.

This hour long series was about successful Canadians in various disciplines: business, tourism or the Arts. The narrator was Arthur Hill.

The show profiled Joseph Armand Bombardier, inventor of the snowmobile; Charleen Kopansky who helped create the Outward Bound school for mountain climbers; Tom Patterson, founder of the Stratford Festival; singer Sylvia Tyson; photographer Jenny Gilbertson, and The Toronto Sun newspaper.