Commonwealth Teleview (Series) (1957-1958)

Commonwealth Teleview, broadcast by arrangement with the United Kingdom Information Service, was a series of six fifteen minute programs intended to show Canada elements of its fellow nations in the British Commonwealth. The programs included a profile of modern living in the town of Harlow; an interview on atomic energy, with Sir John Cockcraft, by Robert McKenzie; Matthew Halton's interview with Sir Robert Scott, Commissioner-General for Southeast Asia; a program on the Arts council of Great Britain; and an interview with the Prime Minister of the Gold Coast, Kwame Nkrumah.


Original Broadcaster(s): CBC

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