CBC Television Network

Youth Confrontation

Network: CBC Television Network

Broadcast Run: 1969 to 1970

Broadcast Medium: Television

Aired Sunday afternoons from Janauary to June, 1973; January to June, 1974 and repeated Tuesday afternoons, from September 1974 to March, 1975.
This half hour discussion program was moderated by Bruce Rogers. It offered 20 young people a chance to question an authority or expert in various businesses or services.
For instance, Clarence Campbell, president of the National Hockey League was questioned about professional sport, while Paul Zimmerman, President of Reader’s Digest, was asked questions regarding various aspects of Canadian culture. Don Elder produced the show, which originated in Toronto and other cities.

Written by John Corcelli – September, 2005