Science All Around Us (Series) (1959-1960)

On Science All Around Us was a quarter-hour afternoon broadcast for school-age viewers, Lorne McLaughlin, of Ottawa Teachers' College, discussed subjects in natural science, such as turtles and reptiles or the sun as a source of energy, and mechanical science, such as motors, how they function and how one can be built with nails, paper clips, and wood. Some of the programs fit the occasion: the Hallowe'en broadcast about owls or the Christmas show on different types of Christmas trees.

Lorne McLaughlin
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For an in-depth look at CBC programs (1952-82),
Blaine Allan's directory