Episode Guide - Bob McLean Show, The (Series) (1975-1981)

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The following is a partial listing of episodes.

Sep 20, 1976 - Scheduled: Singer Carol Lipson, sports reviewer Hoot Conway and opera singer Don McManus.

Sep 21, 1976 - Scheduled: Orchestra leader Guy Lombardo and the "Family Album" with runner Abby Hoffman. Jimmy Dale orchestra.

Sep 22, 1976 - Scheduled guests include flamenco guitarist Carlos Montoya.

Sep 23, 1976 - Scheduled guests include musicologist Gene DiNovi and singer Diane Stapley. Also: a cooking demonstration by a Montreal hotel chef. Jimmy Dale orchestra.

Sep 24, 1976 - Scheduled: Singing group the Diamonds and Chapter 3 of the serial "The Rocket Man." Jimmy Dale conducts the orchestra.

Jan 17, 1977 - Scheduled guests include actor Simon Williams ("Upstairs, Downstairs") and singer Edda Gborek.

Jan 18, 1977 - Scheduled: Dr. Terence Kavanagh discusses heart attacks; and Moe Koffman reminisces about growing up in Canada on the Family Album segment.

Jan 19, 1977 - Scheduled guests include singers Don McManus and Tom Gallant.

Jan 21, 1977 - Scheduled: An Instant History segment with James Eayrs, who reviews current news items.

Feb 12, 1977 - Guests: Tom Sullivan, Mike Gilbert.

Feb 19, 1977 - Tonight's singing guest is Don McManus; and Bob discusses the controversial book "Show Me!" with Drs. Jerry Cooper and Elizabeth Brody.

Apr 2, 1977 - Guests: folk trio Edward, Harding and McLean; art critic Gary Michael Dault; and Rob McConnell. Jimmy Dale conducts the orchestra.

Apr 4, 1977 - Rosemary Radcliffe, legal expert Walter Fox and singer Otto Armin are scheduled guests.

Apr 5, 1977 - Scheduled guests include singer Doug Crosley.

Apr 6, 1977 - Scheduled: A report on the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team, tax expert David Ingram, writer Richard Lacey and singer Lynn McNeill.

Apr 8, 1977 - Scheduled: Poet Tom Wayman, singer Paul Frey and Instant History with James Eayrs.

Jul 30, 1977 - Guests include singers Clamma Dale and Donnie Ray Albert from "Porgy and Bess"; and Eric Idle ("Monty Python's Flying Circus").

Sep 10, 1977 - Guest: Gordon Sinclair. (Repeat)

Sep 12, 1977 - Guest: Carol Channing.

Sep 13, 1977 - Guest: Pierre Berton.

Sep 14, 1977 - Guests include psychic investigator Allen Spraggett and the Eugene Amaro Quartet.

Sep 15, 1977 - Guest: cymbalist Allan Fleming. Jimmy Dale orchestra.

Sep 16, 1977 - Quest: author Leslie Alan Dunkling ("First Names First").

Sep 26, 1977 - Guests: Charles Templeton, singer Noel Harrison.

Sep 27, 1977 - Scheduled guest is guitarist John Perrone.

Sep 28, 1977 - Guests, actors Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson and Cathleen Nesbitt; and singer Mary Lou Collins.

Sep 29, 1977 - Guests: Mel Blanc, and country singers Donna and Leroy.

Sep 30, 1977 - Guests: singer Rene Simard and astrologer Geof Gray-Cobb.

Oct 3, 1977 - Guests: composer John Mills-Cockell and singer Sheila Ann.

Oct 4, 1977 - Guests: singer Vanda King, actor David Langton.

Oct 5, 1977 - Guests include Toronto Star automobile columnist Len Coates, singer Winston Wuttunee.

Oct 7, 1977 - Guests: newscaster Peter Kent, singer Sylvia Tyson.

Oct 18, 1977 - Guests: singers Jack Jones, Noel Harrison, Joe Mendelson.

Oct 20, 1977 - Guests: the Moe Koffman Quintet and singer Rita Johns.

Oct 21, 1977 - Guests: Parliamentary reporter Terry Hargreaves, singer Jane Malton and the Moe Koffman Quintet

Oct 31, 1977 - Guests: astrologer Geof Gray-Cobb, magician Ian Carpenter.

Nov 1, 1977 - Guests: singer Myrna Lorrie, classical guitarist Leona Boyd.

Nov 2, 1977 - Guests include broadcaster Marg Karney.

Nov 3, 1977 - Guests: singing group Edward, Harding and McLean; writer Dennis Lee; chef Vanessa Coles.

Nov 4, 1977 - Guests: journalist Norman DePoe, singers Sylvia Thome and Paul Christopher. Jimmy Dale trio.

Dec 12, 1977 - Guests include Elwood Glover, writer George Stone ("Blizzard") and the Canadian Brass.

Dec 13, 1977 - Guests: writer John Crosby and singer Robert Vallee.

Dec 14, 1977 - Guests: singers Robin Yancey and Doug Crosley and parliamentary reporter Terry Hargreaves.

Dec 15, 1977 - Guests: the Climax Jazz Band and comic Larry Horowitz.

Dec 16, 1977 - Guests: the Climax Jazz Band and fencer Patrick Crean.

Apr 3, 1978 - Guests: singers Diane Stapley and Mary O'Hara; writer Max Braithwaite; astrologer Geof Gray-Cobb.

Apr 4, 1978 - Guests include writer Sheila Hailey ("I Married a Best-Seller"); Tommy Ambrose: opera singers Barbara Shuttleworth and Don McManus.

Apr 5, 1978 - Guests: singer Stephanie Taylor and the Jimmy Dale trio.

Apr 7, 1978 - Guests: Guido Basso's Latin Band; astronaut Don Lynd; and Judith Campbell Exner.

Apr 17, 1978 - Guests include writer Janet Foster (Working for Wildlife); the Metro Stompers, a Dixieland band.

Apr 18, 1978 - Guests: the Metro Stompers, a Dixieland band.

Apr 19, 1978 - Guests: Toronto Sun columnist Gary Dunford; Shirley Hartley, who discusses needlework.

Apr 20, 1978 - Guest: writer Judith Krantz, who talks
about her book "Scruples,"

Apr 21, 1978 - The guest is Dr. George Scott, a psychiatrist at Kingston's Miilhaven Penitentiary.

Apr 24, 1978 - Patrick Rose is a guest.

Apr 25, 1978 - Scheduled: David Halsey, who is crossing the country using century-old methods of transport.

Apr 26, 1978 - The Jimmy Dale Trio performs on the program

Apr 27, 1978 - Guests include Tony Curtis, who discusses his book "Kid Andrew Cody and Julie Sparrow."

Apr 28, 1978 - Scheduled guest: Paris-based fashion designer Nino Cerruti.

May 8, 1978 - Scheduled guests include singer Beth Ann Cole.

May 9, 1978 - Guests include writer Ted Allbeury ("The Only Good German").

May 10, 1978 - Guests: writer Joy Fielding ("Triangle"); chef Pedro Cabazuelo.

May 29, 1978 - Guests include a man who intends to walk across Canada.

May 30, 1978 - Guests: actor Robert Morley and singer Gary Lewis.

May 31, 1978 - Scheduled guests include writer Betty Lehan Harragan.

Jun 1, 1978 - Guests: astrologer Geof Gray-Cobb; and writer Tim Severin, who talks about crossing the Atlantic in'a leather boat.

Jun 2, 1978 - Scheduled guests include fiddler Vince Mountford.

Jun 6, 1978 - Scheduled guests include writer Andy MacDonald.

Jun 7, 1978 - Postal worker Joe Davidson discusses his autobiography. Also: singer Hazel Walker is a guest.

Jun 8, 1978 - Scheduled guests include evangelist Billy Graham.

Jun 9, 1978 - Among the guests, writers Rae Murphy and Patrick MacFadden, and singer Phyllis Cohen.

Jun 26, 1978 - Guests: vibraphonist Peter Appleyard; artist Harold Town; cyclist Jocelyn Lovell; and Betty Lee, who reports on consumerism.

Jun 27, 1978 - Guests: singer Ona Galbraith; soccer player Brian Budd; comedienne Monica Parker; and Dr. Steven Levinson, who talks about allergies.

Jun 28, 1978 - Guests: artist James Hill; photographer John Reeves.

Jun 29, 1978 - Guests include writer Merle Shain and actress Shirley Douglas.

Jun 30, 1978 - Guests: singer Robbie Lane; and Donald Hepworth of the Ontario Humane Society.

Jul 3, 1978 - Featured on tape: a barbecue with Max Ferguson; a fashion show; and a discussion of water safety with Dr. Carolyn Bennett.

Jul 4, 1978 - Beginning a month of features on the cultures of different countries. Today's program is about Italy.

Jul 5, 1978 - Featuring guests, music and food from the Netherlands.

Jul 6, 1978 - Featuring guests, music and food from Germany.

Jul 7, 1978 - Featuring guests, music and food from the Ukraine.

Jul 17, 1978 - Featuring guests, music and food from the Arab countries.

Jul 18, 1978 - Featuring guests, music and food from Scotland.

Jul 19, 1978 - Featuring guests, music and food from the Philippines.

Jul 20, 1978 - Featuring guests, music and food from Hungary.

Jul 21, 1978 - Featuring guests, music and food from China.

Sep 11, 1978 - Scheduled guests include pianist Monica Gaylord.

Sep 12, 1978 - Scheduled guests include singer Ray St. Germain.

Sep 13, 1978 - Scheduled guests include musical satirist Nancy White, and architect Barry Cline.

Oct 23, 1978 - Guest: Anton Kuenti.

Oct 24, 1978 - Guests: Iona Campagnolo, Noel Harrison, Gary Dunford.

Oct 25, 1978 - Guests: The Canadian Zephyrs, Pierre Berton.

Oct 26, 1978 - Guests: John Reeves, The Jimmy Dale Quartet.

Oct 27, 1978 - Guests: Chris Kenton, Maurice
Prior.

Dec 18, 1978 - Scheduled: Journalist Max Haines, the Carlton Showband, and Paul Tuz of the Better Business Bureau.

Dec 19, 1978 - Scheduled: Writer Bill McNeil ("Voice of the Pioneer").

Dec 20, 1978 - Scheduled: Elwy Yost ("Magic Moments from the Movies")

Dec 21, 1978 - Scheduled: Writer John Robert Colombo ("Colombo's Book of Canada"); and the Jimmy Dale Country Band.

Dec 22, 1978 - Among the guests for the Christmas show: Santa Claus, Mickey Mouse and a magician.

Dec 26, 1978 - Scheduled: A taped interview with Charlton Heston, and a visit to the Metropolitan Toronto Zoo.

Dec 27, 1978 - Guests: Geof Criag-Cobb, Ben Wicks, Catherine McKinnon, Gay Claitman, Phil Edmonston.

Dec 28, 1978 - A program from July with broadcaster Max Ferguson, singer Doug Crosley and model Deborah Nevin. Also: a summer-fashion show.

Dec 29, 1978 - Scheduled: Director John Hirsch, Fred C. Dobbs, singer Julie Amato and musicologist David Amram.

Jan 8, 1979 - Guests: Michael Bradley, Claude Dupras, The Jimmy Dale Band.

Jan 9, 1979 - Guests: Fiona Reid, Jean Gascon, Trudy Desmond.

Jan 10, 1979 - Guests: Tommy Ambrose, David Collenette.

Jan 11, 1979 - The Year of the Child is observed and celebrated on today's show.

Jan 12, 1979 - Guests: Julie Amato, Max Haines, David Amram, Thelma Dickman.

Jan 22, 1979 - Guests: Karen Kain and Frank Augustyn, Geof Gray-Cobb, Stephanie Taylor.

Jan 23, 1979 - Guests: Moira Lister. Jane Flatt, Peter Hall, The Elaine Overhold Band.

Jan 24, 1979 - Guest: Caren Cole.

Jan 25, 1979 - Guests: Peter Gzowski, John Stockard, The Humber Valley
River Boys.

Jan 26, 1979 - Gloria Kaye is the guest on this ski-oriented program.

Jan 29, 1979 - Guests: Arthur Hailey, Alma Faye Brooks.

Jan 30, 1979 - Guests: Judy LaMarsh, Christine Scott, The Bobby Brown Band.

Jan 31, 1979 - Guests: Peter Glen, Harry Rasky, Ken Reeves.

Feb 1, 1979 - Guest: Claire Coulter.

Feb 2, 1979 - Guests: The Jimmy Dale Band, Maureen Duncan.

Feb 5, 1979 - Guest: Valerie Harrison.

Feb 6, 1979 - Guest: The Bob McBride Band.

Feb 7, 1979 - Guest: Pedro Cabezuelo.

Feb 8, 1979 - Guest: Marcy Lipman.

Mar 12, 1979 - A feature on travel, with journalist Ben Wicks, Vivian Morgan and John Nihmey.

Mar 13, 1979 - Guests include singer Vic Franklyn and writer Ted Grant ("Men of the Saddle"). Also: a segment on cooking with wine.

Mar 14, 1979 - Guests include Jane Flatt, publisher of "The World Almanac."

Mar 15, 1979 - Guests: journalist Earl McRae, novelist Clark Blaise ("Lunar Attractions"), chef Pedro Cabezuelo and singer Rachel Oldfield.

Mar 16, 1979 - A special St. Patrick's Day show, with Peter O'Toole, harpist Eithne Hefferhan.

Apr 2, 1979 - Guests include actor Alec McCowen.

Apr 3, 1979 - Anne Willan, president of a bilingual cooking school, is a guest.

Apr 4, 1979 - A special show from the set of this year's Actra Awards.

Apr 5, 1979 - Morton Shulman is among the scheduled guests.

Apr 6, 1979 - Guests include Alex Barris and Elwy Yost, singer Tom Kelly and actress Jayne Eastwood.

Apr 23, 1979 - Scheduled: Journalist Joan Sutton, poet Susan Musgrave and astrologer Geof Gray-Cobb.

Apr 24, 1979 - Scheduled: Journalist Sam Ion, and the Jimmy Dale Quartet.

Apr 25, 1979 - Fred C. Dobbs is among the scheduled guests.

Apr 26, 1979 - Scheduled: Writer Alfred Draper ("Operation Fish") and journalist Mike Bradley.

Apr 27, 1979 - Scheduled. Singer Vic Franklyn and actress Glynis Johns. Also: Rosemary Radcliffe in the kitchen.

Apr 30, 1979 - Guests include writer Crawford Kilian ("Icequake").

May 1, 1979 - Guests include chef Herbert Sonzogni, who cooks terrine of pike with crabmeat, and writer Paul Jeune ("Killer Whale").

May 2, 1979 - Guests include broadcaster Sheila Shotton and writer Elliot Leyton ("The Myth of Delinquency").

May 3, 1979 - Scheduled guests include singer Catherine McKinnon.

May 4, 1979 - Scheduled guests include poet Allen Ginsberg, writer Nancy McPhee ("The Book of Insults"), and Oscar winners John Weldon and Eunice Macaulay ("Special Delivery"). Also: taped segments from the satirical review "Tonight at 8.30... 9 O'clock in Newfoundland."

May 7, 1979 - Scheduled guests include Max Braithwaite, author of "The Commodore's Barge Is Alongside."

May 8, 1979 - Scheduled guests include chef Willy Kisely.

May 10, 1979 - Scheduled: Actress Libby Morris, writer Jack H. Crisp ("Dragon Spoor"), journalist Thelma Dickman.

May 28, 1979 - Scheduled guests include writer Rona Jaffe ("Class Reunion").

May 29, 1979 - Scheduled guests include singer Dave Bradstreet, writer Carol Friamo ("Mills") and astrologer Geof Gray-Cobb.

May 30, 1979 - Scheduled: Singer Patrician Ann McKinnon, and sportscasters Tony Kubek and Duke Snider.

May 31, 1979 - Schedule guests include film producer-director George Romero.

Jun 1, 1979 - Scheduled guests include writer Linda R. Pirn ("Additive Alert").


Sep 10, 1979 - Season Debut. Scheduled guests on the fifth-season opener: singer Suzanne Stevens, actor Jonathan Welsh, comedian Dave Broadfoot.

Sep 11, 1979 - Scheduled: The Craig Ruhnke quartet and a fall fashion show.

Sep 12, 1979 - Tom Kneebone is a guest.

Sep 13, 1979 - Among the guests: author David Gurr ("Troika"), and the Peter Appleyard quartet.

Dec 3, 1979 - Scheduled guests include author Peter C. Caveiti ("How to Invest in Gold") and singer Rita Johns.

Dec 4, 1979 - Scheduled: Actor Brian Bedford and singer Glenn Smith.

Dec 5, 1979 - Scheduled: Paul Martin, former Canadian High Commissioner to Britain, and Sir John Ford, Britain's High Commissioner to Canada.

Dec 6, 1979 - Scheduled guests include Tom Knee-bone and author Edwyn Leather ("The Mozart Score")

Dec 7, 1979 - From Halifax: Scheduled guests include Dr. John Godfrey, president of the University of King's College, and singer Beth Harrington.

Dec 17, 1979 - Scheduled: Peter Gzowski, ex-hockey player Gary Dornhoefer and Michael Rapport.

Dec 18, 1979 - Scheduled: Journalist Ellen Roseman, and Bob Nielsen.

Dec 19, 1979 - Scheduled: Dustin Hoffman, broadcaster Lorraine Thomson and actress Lynne Griffin.

Dec 20, 1979 - Scheduled guests include Gordon Pinsent and Gordie Tapp.

Dec 21, 1979 - Scheduled: Actor Raymond Cloutier, star of "Riel."

Jan 14, 1980 - Among the scheduled guests are singers Nancy and Aileen Ahern, and actor Nehemiah Persoff.

Feb 25, 1980 - Scheduled: Actors Patrick Young and Rosemary Radcliffe, and singer Rhonda Silver.

Feb 26, 1980 - Scheduled: Toronto art-gallery owner Jack Pollock.

Feb 27, 1980 - Scheduled: Actors Bill Cole, Deirdre Van Winkle and Jane Lewis.

Feb 28, 1980 - Scheduled: Actors Jean Cavall and Barbara Franklin.

Feb 29, 1980 - Scheduled guests include the Climax Jazz Band.

Mar 24, 1980 - Scheduled guests: composer Sammy Cahn, actor John Marley.

Mar 25, 1980 - Scheduled: TV anchorman Peter Trueman talks about his book "Smoke & Mirrors."

Mar 26, 1980 - Scheduled: Authors Andrew and Carol Calladine.

Mar 27, 1980 - Scheduled: Actors Barbara Hamilton and Donald Davis.

Mar 28, 1980 - Scheduled: Actor James Blendick and singer Beth Anne Cole.

Apr 21, 1980 - Scheduled guests include the country band Canadian Zephyr.

Apr 22, 1980 - Scheduled guests include photographer John Reeves.

Apr 23, 1980 - Scheduled: Singer Suzanne Stevens and comic Dick Shawn.

Apr 24, 1980 - Scheduled: Broadcaster Jay Ingram and the Carlton Showband.

Apr 25, 1980 - Scheduled: Naturalists John and Janet Foster.

Apr 28, 1980 - Scheduled: Novelist Judith Krantz ("Scruples").

Apr 29, 1980 - Scheduled guests include Toronto newspaper columnist John Burgess and singer Sara Hamilton.

Apr 30, 1980 - Scheduled: Catherine McKinnon and J. Tuzo Wilson, director general of the Ontario Science Centre.

May 1, 1980 - Scheduled guests include the Joe Seally Quartet.

May 2, 1980 - Scheduled guests include conductor Boris Brott.

Jun 23, 1980 - Scheduled: Actress Cheryl Cashman, singer Catherine McKinnon.

Jun 24, 1980 - Scheduled: Author Fred McClement ("Night Murders").

Jun 25, 1980 - Scheduled: John Robert Colombo, singer Rupert Holmes.

Jun 26, 1980 - Scheduled: Columnist Ellen Roseman, and the Carlton Showband. (60 min.)

Jun 27, 1980 - McLean Day guests include Premier J. Angus Maclean of Prince Edward Island, singer Nana McLean.

Sep 15, 1980 - Scheduled: Singer Sandra O'Neill, actress Susan Roman.

Sep 16, 1980 - Scheduled: Actor Don Francks and singer Mary Lou Collins.

Sep 17, 1980 - Scheduled guests include newscaster Suzanne Perry, singer Sneezy Waters and author Rudy Wiebe.

Sep 18, 1980 - Scheduled: Broadcaster Lorraine Thomson, actor Harve Presnell and writer Helen Weinzweig.

Oct 13, 1980 - A tour of Canada's Wonderland, a new amusement park located north of Toronto

Oct 14, 1980 - Scheduled guests include Pierre Cardin, jazz flutist Moe Koffman.

Oct 15, 1980 - Scheduled guests include singer Sara Hamilton.

Oct 16, 1980 - Guests include psychic Allen Spraggett, singer Patrice Black

Oct 17, 1980 - Scheduled: Writers Hugh MacLennan and Isaac Bickerstaff.

Nov 10, 1980 - Scheduled. Peter Appleyard, actor Keith Baxter.

Nov 11, 1980 - Scheduled: Barney Danson. former Minister of National Defense

Nov 12, 1980 - Scheduled: Writer Jack Batten, singer Ruth Nichol.

Nov 13, 1980 - Scheduled: Author Ian Hunter ("Malcolm Muggeridge, A Life").

Nov 14, 1980 - Scheduled: Psychic Sandra McNeil and columnist John Burgess.

Dec 8, 1980 - Scheduled: Authors Teri McLuhan ("The Third Walker") and Linda Biesenthal ("To Market to Market"), actress Helen Hughes.

Dec 9, 1980 - Scheduled: Gadget-store proprietor Jerry Marks, author Martyn Burke ("The Laughing War").

Dec 10, 1980 - Scheduled: Author Patti Shostek ("A Lexicon of Jewish Cooking"), golfer Jocelyne Bourassa.

Dec 11, 1980 - Scheduled: Singer Keatn Barne, columnist Michele Landsberg. and author Rick Butler.

Dec 12, 1980 - Chef James Barber offers Christmas recipes. Also: the Sears and Switzer comedy team.

Dec 15, 1980 - Scheduled: Peter Gzowski, ghost-story raconteur Bruce Armstrong. French chef Roger Verge, the Carlton Show Band and Allan McFee.

Dec 16, 1980 - Scheduled: Peter Ustinov, Tommy Ambrose, Gary Lautens.

Dec 17, 1980 - Scheduled: Pediatrician Saul Levine. actress Bette Ford, lawyer Ephraim Fiksel.

Dec 18, 1980 - Scheduled: Fine-food shop-owner Dinah Koo, cookbook store-owner Maggie Niemi. columnist Bonnie Stern.

Dec 19, 1980 - Scheduled: Antique toy-soldier expert Albert La Belle and detective bookstore-owner Judy Lelkes.

Jan 6, 1981 - Special. A special show today, with Bob and his guests celebrating a traditional Ukranian Christmas Eve.

Apr 15, 1981 - Scheduled guest is Lynn Gordon who talks about the ridiculous lengths that people will go to save their hair.

Sep 28, 1981 - Shirley Jones is a scheduled guest in the seventh-season opener.

Sep 29, 1981 - Scheduled guests include Neil Simon and Marsha Mason.

Sep 30 , 1981 - Scheduled: Actor John Mills and stunt-woman Karen Pike.

Oct 1, 1981 - Comedian Bill Murray is a scheduled guest

Oct 2, 1981 - Art critic Gary Michael Dault is a scheduled guest.

Oct 5, 1981 - Guests include Fiona Reid and model Shannon Tweed.

Oct 6, 1981 - Author Richard Rohmer ("Triad") and actor David Langton are the program guests.

Oct 7, 1981 - Guest: actor Scott Hylands.

Oct 8, 1981 - Guests include filmmaker Harry Rasky and comedian Chris Rush.

Nov 2, 1981 - Scheduled guests include actors Jeremy Irons and Meryl Streep, and author Sandra McNeil ("Your Super, Natural Mind").

Nov 3, 1981 - Scheduled: Ben Wicks. John Robert Colombo, and 80-year-old self-defense teacher Bill Underwood.

Nov 4, 1981 - Scheduled: Dr. Ben Schlesinger, who discusses the effects of divorce on children.

Nov 5, 1981 - Scheduled: Actor Timothy Van Patten. Bev McMullen from the African Lion Safari in Rockton (Ore.).

Nov 6, 1981 - Cartoonist Jim Davis ("Garfield") is a scheduled guest.

Nov 30, 1981 - Guests include photographer Sherman Hines; fashion writer Judith Keith.

Dec 1, 1981 - Guests include writers Jim White and Tony Roldan ("The Best of Canada Cookbook").

Dec 2, 1981 - Guests include crime columnist Max Haines; singer Doug Crosley.

Dec 3, 1981 - Guests include Gary Michael Dault; Peter Gzowski.

Dec 4, 1981 - Guest: Allen Spraggett.

Dec 7, 1981 - Guests include singer Glenn Yarbrough; writer Ellen Godfrey.

Dec 8, 1981 - Guests include actor John Kastner; singer Beth Harrington.

Dec 9, 1981 - Guests include actress Sonja Smits: the Carlton Showband; and author Arnold Edinborough.

Dec 10, 1981 - Guests: Patrick Duffy; Arthur Ashe; and singer Judith Lander.

Dec 11, 1981 - Guests include Bruno Gerussi, who talks about metric conversion; and Allen Spraggett.

Dec 21, 1981 - Today, Bob is host to Pierre Berton and his new book. Flames Across The Border; Gary Michael Dault on style; Marnie Cooke dancing "Sleeping Beauty"; and a visit to the Metro Toronto Zoo.

Dec 22, 1981 - Bob welcomes author Charles Ritchie (Diplomatic Passport), Am Saba discusses the changing styles of Santa Claus; author Douglas Harvey discusses his book, Boys, Bombs and Brussel Sprouts; and the Jarvis Collegiate Concert Choir perform Christmas carols.

Dec 23, 1981 - Bob is host to author William D. Matthieson (My Grandfather's War); journalist Barbara Amiel, and a filmed segment called Twice As Nice. Sharon, Lois and Bram sing.

Dec 24, 1981 - Bob is host to the Moe Koffman Quintet; comedienne Gay Claitman; author Doris Anderson (Rough Layout); and a phone call to Santa.

Dec 25, 1981 - Bob hosts Large News and author Stephen Lewis who discusses the biography of his father David.

Dec 28, 1981 - Bob welcomes author Howard Engel (The Ransom Game); journalist Barbara Amiel; and a filmed segment about taxi driver Frank Kenstein.

Dec 30, 1981 - Bob is host to Bev Schlesinger who discusses the results of a survey on lasting marriages James Nourse tells us "The Simple Solution to Rubik's Cube".

Dec 31, 1981 - Bob is host to Charles Long who talks about how to survive without a salary; John Burgess discusses the gossip of the year; Jim White surveys the best and worst of the year in cooking; and a year-end edition of Large News.

Jan 4, 1982 - Jane Fonda is Bob McLean's special guest.

Jan 5, 1982 - Part two of an interview with Jane Fonda.

Jan 6, 1982 - Final part of an interview with Jane Fonda.

Mar 15-19, 1982 - A five part interview with special guest Margaret Trudeau.

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