First Person Singular (Series) (1973)

Aka: Pearson - The Memoirs of a Prime Minister

First Person Singular was a series of 13 half-hour documentary programs in which the late Lester Pearson reminisced about his life and career... from childhood to the end of this tenure as prime minister in the spring of 1968. The interviews were filmed over a two-year period in 1970 and 1971. Archival footage and photographs were combined with Pearson's extensive filmed interview with colleague Bernard Ostry to outline the story of Pearson's life and career.


Original Broadcaster(s): CBC

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