Bonjour, Bon Jour (Series) (1977-1978)

A daily, fifteen minute broadcast in both French and English for children, produced by Ken Buckley. Although bilingual, the program was not intended specifically for language instruction. Manon Bernard, who played Colette Jarry on the Radio-Canada series Rue des Pignons, talked or play-acted with Montreal schoolchildren and, occasionally, interviewed studio guests. Other features of the show included a musical segment, a clown, and the show's "mascot," Mr. Funny Bone. The show was produced live on tape, and principally ad libbed.

Manon Bernard

Original Broadcaster(s): CBC

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