Episode Guide - Gateway (Series) (1961-1963?)

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The following is an incomplete listing of episodes for Gateway.

Oct 9, 1961 - An introduction to fire prevention week, with guests Chief Lauder and Fire Commissioner Austin Bridges, Julian Kiniski gives the weather, and Glenn Bjarnason reports on sports.

Oct 10, 1961 - Thomas Rolston, assistant conductor of the Edmonton Symphony, and Mrs. Mamie Boyle, manager of the Symphony, are special guests. Weather — Julian Kiniski; sports—Glenn Bjarnason.

Oct 11, 1961 - A new traffic series starts today, featuring Inspector Jack Moore. Julian Kiniski gives the weather report, and Glenn Bjarnason reports on sports.

Oct 12, 1961 - Special guest tonight is Jack McCreath, director of Theatre Associates. Julian Kiniski gives the weather report, and Glenn Bjarnason reports on sports.

Oct 13, 1961 - Tonight's special guest is Russel Stanger, assistant conductor of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Julian Kiniski gives the weather report, and Glenn Bjarnason reports on sports.

Mar 7, 1962 - Colin MacLean hosts the sixth in a series of programs with the Better Business Bureau. Produced by Roy Darling.

May 7, 1962 - Ernie Afaganis and one of Edmonton's top golf pros present the sixth in a series on golf instruction. This week's lesson deals with the long irons and how to use them.

May 9, 1962 - Al Richardson and Dick Booking present a feature on farming highlights on the Peace River country in Northern Alberta.

May 11, 1962 - Dramatic highlights are shown from the weekend's movies — "The Egg And I" and "Dangerous Years."

Mat 21, 1962 - Ernie Afaganis presents Henry Martell, golf professional with the Edmonton Highlands Club. He gives tips on how to use the long irons.

May 23, 1962 - Al Richardson and Dick Bocking with a quarter hour of farm news and interviews.

May 25, 1962 - Dramatic highlights are shown from the weekend movies. Al Oeming of the Alberta Game Farm also appears each Friday on Gateway.

Jun 4, 1962 - Host Jim Crossan presents the timely and the topical on the Edmonton scene. Ernie Afaganis and Edmonton golf pro Henry Martell, give tips on how to use the sand irons.

Jun 5, 1962 - Host Mike Winlaw presents events of interest as they happen in Edmonton.

Jun 6, 1962 - Jim Crossan welcomes CBC farm commentators Al Richardson and Dick Booking with a feature on Feeder's Day at the University of Alberta.

Jun 7, 1962 - Glenn Bjarnason presents a sports featurette and Mike Winlaw interviews guests.

Jun 8, 1962 - Jim Crossan presents a weekend Stardust Theatre movie preview. Another interesting film visit is made to Al Oeming's Alberta Game Farm.

Jun 13, 1962 - Jim Crossan welcomes CBC farm commentators Al Richardson and Dick Bocking with a feature on weed spraying, Special guest is Bill Lobay of the Alberta department of agriculture.

Jun 15, 1962 - Jim Crossan presents a weekend Stardust Theatre movie preview. Another interesting film visit is made to Al Oeming's Alberta Game Farm.

Jun 25, 1962 - Host Jim Crossan presents the timely and the topical on the Edmonton scene. Ernie Afaganis and this week's guest golf pro, Ron McLeod of the Jasper Park Lodge, demonstrate trouble shots.

Jun 27, 1962 - Jim Crossan welcomes CBC farm commentators Al Richardson and Dick Booking with a quarter-hour of farm news and interviews.

Jun 29, 1962 - Jim Crossan presents a weekend Stardust theatre movie preview and another interesting film visit is made to Al Oeming's Alberta Game Farm.

Aug 13, 1962 - Jim Crossan presents features about current happenings in Edmonton, and Ernie Afaganis and a top Edmonton golf pro, demonstrate how to improve your style.

Aug 14, 1962 - Wheelspin. Host Jim Chorley introduces film of the French Grand Prix motor race held at Rouen. Fashion models display sports wear for driving in open sports cars and for spectators at the races.

Aug 16, 1962 - Bill MacDonald, publicity director of the Department of Lands and Forests, brings along a guest to present a feature about Alberta's out-of-doors. Glenn Bjarnason presents another featurette on the sports world.

Aug 17, 1962 - A "peek preview" of the weekend's movies with Jim Crossan. Also, Denny Ranson presents more tips on barbecuing.

Oct 3, 1962 - Al Richardson and Dick Bocking visit two district turkey ranches busy with preparations for the Thanksgiving and Christmas rush.

Oct 31, 1962 - The Fall Livestock Sale at the Edmonton Exhibition is visited.

Dec 3, 1962 - The search for Col. MacAlpine and his parents, marooned on the Arctic coast, is discussed by Stan McMillan.

Mar 5, 1963 - Mr. J. Shoctor and Mr. E. Lefsrud discuss commercial and residential leases.

Mar 6, 1963 - Dr. C.F. Bentley, dean of agriculture at the University of Alberta, discusses his UN assignment in Thailand.

Apr 8, 1963 - 1) Space. Ian McLennan of the Queen Elizabeth Planetarium in Edmonton follows through developments from the Russian launching of Sputnik 1 and Sputnik 2 up to the launching of the first American satellite, Explorer 1. 2) Don Drysdale of the Los Angeles Dodgers, and teammates, describe and demonstrate the basic fundamentals of baseball, from hitting and fielding to stealing and pitching. Producer, David Smiley.

Apr 9, 1963 - Frank Pickering discusses what's new in 1963 in the line of camping equipment.

Apr 10, 1963 - 1. Farm Focus. Al Richardson and Dick Bocking follow the steps in the handling of championship steers from the time they leave the Edmonton Spring Livestock Show ring until they reach the consumer. 2. The fifth in the series for aspiring young baseball players dealing with bunting and other sacrifice plays.

Apr 12, 1963 - 1. Co-hosts Jim Crossen and Jim Schrumm present the sixth in a series on baseball in which Don Drysdale of the Los Angeles Dodgers and teammates describe and demonstrate the basic fundamentals of baseball, from hitting and fielding to stealing and pitching. Today, Baseball Equipment. 2. Man-on-the-Street Interviews. This regular Friday feature also is presented.

Apr 15, 1963 - 1. Space. Ian McLennan of the Queen Elizabeth Planetarium in Edmonton talks about Project Vanguard, America's first successful attempt to put a satellite in orbit. 2. Don Drysdale and teammates of the Los Angeles Dodgers describe and demonstrate the basic fundamentals of baseball. Today, Exercise— llotv to Keep Fit. Producer, Dave Smiley.

Apr 16, 1963 - City Commissioner Jeff Hamilton describes the projected plans for Edmonton's Civic Centre and the trend to high-rise apartment buildings in the city. Producer, Dave Smiley.

Apr 17, 1963 - 1. Al Richardson and Dick Booking present a feature on the performance testing of beef cattle. 2. Don Drysdale and teammates of the Los Angeles Dodgers describe and demonstrate the basic fundamentals of baseball. Today, The Role of the Coach. Producer, Dave Smiley.

Apr 18, 1963 - Architect John Macintosh describes Canada's most radically designed new school, the Jasper Place Collegiate which is completely circular in design with no windows. Producer, Dave Smiley.

Apr 19, 1963 - 1. Hosts Jim Crossen and Jim Schramm present the regular Friday feature: Man on the Street Interviews. 2.Don Drysdale and teammates of the Los Angeles Dodgers describe and demonstrate the basic fundamentals of baseball. Today, Pitching to Special Batters.

Apr 22, 1963 - 1. Space. Ian McLennan of the Queen Elizabeth Planetarium in Edmonton talks about the progress being made in space exploration. 2. Special guest is Dr. Brock Chis-holm, former director of World Health Organization of the U.N. 3. Don Drysdale and teammates of the Los Angeles Dodgers describe and demonstrate the basic fundamentals of baseball.

Apr 23, 1963 - Special guest is Jack Winterton, director of Edmonton's Barber Shop Chorus, who talks about and shows a filmed preview of their coming conceit at the Jubilee Auditorium.

Apr 24, 1963 - 1. Farm Focus. Special guest is Dr. Glen Purnell, director of the farm economics branch of the Alberta department of agriculture. 2. Don Drysdale and teammates of the Los Angeles Dodgers describe and demonstrate the basic fundamentals of baseball. Producer is David Smiley.

Apr 26, 1963 - 1. Jo Everett, Julian Kiniski and Ernie Afaganis talk about Crescendo, a modelling show put on by the Jul-liard Modelling Club. 2. Man on the Street Interviews. This regular Friday feature is presented. 3. Don Drysdale and teamates of the Los Angeles Dodgers describe and demonstrate the basic fundamentals of baseball. Producer, Dave Smiley,

May 20, 1963 - Ian MacLennan presents the eighth in a series on space. Jim Crossen. (Live)

May 21, 1963 - A film tour of the Royal Alexandra Hospital is seen.

May 22, 1963 - Members of the staff of the animal science department of the University of Alberta discuss recent experiments. Al Richardson and Dick Bocking interview.

May 27, 1963 - Hosts Jim Crossen and Colin Mac-Lean present the timely and the topical on the Edmonton scene. On film, pitcher Don Drysdale of the Los Angeles Dodgers and the rest of his teammates describe the basic fundamentals of baseball.

May 28, 1963 - Tonight's program shows a film on the Ordination Services of the Alberta Conference of the United Church of Canada.

May 30, 1963 - Tonight's feature is Guidepost — spotlighting Alberta's great outdoors, sports and recreational activities.

May 31, 1963 - Dr. Torrey Johnson is interviewed on PRA-17, Brazil's first Christian radio station.
Man on the Street Interviews. A television soap box forum—is also presented. The Los Angeles Dodgers continue with their demonstrations of the basic fundamentals of baseball.

Jun 3, 1963 - Space. Today, Ian McLennan of the Queen Elizabeth Planetarium in Edmonton deals with Scientific Outer Space Probes — the purpose behind each one, what they have accomplished and what we have learned from them.

Jun 5, 1963 - Farm Focus. The regular Wednesday feature with CBC Farm commentators Al Richardson and Dick Booking.

Jun 10, 1963 - The ninth program in a Space series with Ian McLennan of the Queen Elizabeth Planetarium. Also on the program, the Los Angeles Dodgers continue to demonstrate the basic fundamentals of baseball.

Jun 24, 1963 - Space. The eleventh in a series with Dr. Ian McLennan of the Queen Elizabeth Planetarium in Edmonton. Today, McLennan deals with the effects of space research on medicine and what possible affects it may have in the future. Don Drysdale and teammates of the Los Angeles Dodgers describe and demonstrate the basic fundamentals of baseball. Today, Base Running. Guest is Maury Wills.

Jun 25, 1963 - How to Golf. In this first of a new golf series, Ernie Afaganis, one of Edmonton's leading amateur golfing stars, uses slow motion film to better demonstrate the golf swing and asks opinions of former Canadian professional golf champ, Henry Martell, head pro at the Highlands golf course.

Jun 26, 1963 - 1. Farm Focus. Farm commentators Al Richardson and Dick Bocking present a feature on the ranching and fruit growing areas of the Okanagan Valley. 2. Don Drysdale and teammates of the Los Angeles Dodgers describe and demonstrate the basic fundamentals of baseball. Today, Making the Double Play.

Jun 28, 1963 - Co-hosts Jim Crossen and Colin MacLean present the regular Friday feature— Man-on-the-Street Interviews. Don Drysdale and teammates of the Los Angeles Dodgers describe and demonstrate the basic fundamentals of baseball. Today, Fundamentals of Catching. Producer, Dave Smiley.

Jul 1, 1963 - Ian MacLennan discusses the present and future effects of space research on law. Don Drysdale discusses "The Art of Playing Second." Jim Crossen, Colin MacLean.

Jul 2, 1963 - Ernie Afaganis presents "How to Golf." He discusses the golf swing with Henry Martell, professional golfer.

Jul 3, 1963 - Al Richardson and Dick Bocking discuss the development of the Lacombe hog at the Lacombe Experimental Farm.

Jul 5, 1963 - Jim Crossen and Colin MacLean present "The Story of Racing." Sportscaster Glenn Bjarnason and Morris Taylor, publicity director of the Western Canadian Racing Association, discuss the history of horseracing in the West. Tonight: the beginning of racing in Western Canada. Lou Davies and George Morton guest.

Jul 9, 1963 - Channel 5's smooth-swinging amateur golfer, Ernie Afaganis, joins co-hosts Jim Crossen and Colin McLean in the third program of a new "How To Golf" series.

Jul 10, 1963 - Farm Focus. CBC farm commentators Al Richardson and Dick Bocking visit the Calgary Stampede.

Jul 12, 1963 - In addition to the regular Friday night feature on baseball, co-hosts Jim Crossen and Colin McLean present the second in a new series, The Story of Racing, with CBC sportscaster Glenn Bjarnason and Morris Taylor of the Western Canadian Horse Racing Association.

Jul 15, 1963 - The Edmonton Exhibition is featured. Jim Crossen and Colin MacLean host.

Jul 16, 1963 - Ernie Afaganis presents "Tee to Green," fourth in a series on golfing. Jim Crossen and Colin MacLean are the hosts.

Jul 17, 1963 - Al Richardson and Dick Booking visit the Edmonton Exhibition.

Jul 18, 1963 - Danny Ransom, Jim Crossen and Colin MacLean have a barbeque. They offer barbeque recipes, and give suggestions.

Jul 19, 1963 - "The Story of Racing," Part 3. Glenn Bjarnason and Morris Taylor discuss the years 1933-1938. The history of the Canadian race horse "Joey" is featured. Jim Crossen and Colin MacLean visit the Edmonton Exhibition.

Jul 23, 1963 - The fifth in the golf series, Tee to Green with Ernie Afaganis, one of Edmonton's leading amateur golfers. He is joined by professional golf champion Henry Martell.

Jul 24, 1963 - Farm Focus. Farm commentators Al Richardson and Dick Booking with a feature on 411 activities at the Edmonton Exhibition — the champion parade of livestock, and the six heavy-horse teams.

Jul 25, 1963 - Over the Coals. A series on barbecuing with Chef Denny Ransom.

Jul 26, 1963 - The Story of Racing. The fourth program in the series, with Mike Winlaw and Jim Mitchell.

Aug 5, 1963 - 1. Jim Mitchell and Mike Winlaw welcome as guests, representatives of the Banff School of Fine Arts. They tell of the School's performances of the opera Tosca, and Shakespeare's Othello. 2. For young baseball players, Don Drysdale of the Los Angeles Dodgers demonstrates ways to improve at the game.

Aug 6, 1963 - Tee to Green. The sixth in a series of golf instruction in which Ernie Afaganis uses slow motion film to demonstrate golf techniques and asks opinions of former Canadian professional golf champ, Henry Martell, head pro at the Highlands Golf Club, Edmonton.

Aug 8, 1963 - Over the Coals. This week, Denny Ransom shows how to make a Bunyan burger; also he deals with the variety of ways to dress up hamburgers and wieners.

Aug 9, 1963 - The Story of Racing. Hie sixth in a series with sportscaster Glenn Bjarnason and Morris Taylor, publicity director for the Western Canadian Racing Association. This week, the story of the tote board, improvement in racing equipment and the use of the safety helmet for jockeys. Producer, Dave Smiley.

Aug 13, 1963 - Ernie Afaganis returns with "Tee to Green," Part 7. Jim Mitchell and Mike Winlaw host.

Aug 14, 1963 - Jim Mitchell and Mike Winlaw are hosts. Al Richardson and Dick Booking present the "Farm Focus" segment.

Aug 15, 1963 - Denny Ranson shows how to make hot sandwiches and hot bread specialties in "Over the Coals." Jim Mitchell, Mike Winlaw.

Aug 16, 1963 - "The Story of Racing," Part 7. Glenn Bjarnason and Morris Taylor review the history of the Canadian Derby, and discuss prospects for the 1963 race tomorrow.

Sep 10, 1963 - Tee to Green. Ernie Afaganis demonstrates the golf swing and asks professional opinions of former Canadian golf champ Henry Martell, head pro at the Highlands Golf Club.

Sep 12, 1963 - Over the Coals. This week, Denny Ransom demonstrates how to barbecue vegetables. Producer, Dave Smiley.

Sep 17, 1963 - Tee to Green. Ernie Afaganis demonstrates the golf swing and asks professional opinions of former Canadian golf champ Henry Martell, head pro at the Highlands Golf Club.

Sep 19, 1963 - Over the Coals. This week, Denny Ransom demonstrates how to barbecue fish, particularly trout.

Sep 24, 1963 - Ernie Afaganis presents the last part of "Tee to Green." Jim Mitchell and Mike Winlaw present interviews.

Sep 25, 1963 - "Farm Focus": Al Richardson, Dick Booking. Jim Mitchell and Mike Winlaw are the summer hosts.

Sep 26, 1963 - "Over the Coals," conclusion. Denny Ranson prepares an entire dinner on the barbecue.

Nov 11, 1963 - Co-hosts Colin MacLean and Jim Mitchell introduce special guest, Dr, Brand, a medical researcher from Velour, India, who has done world renowned studies in leprosy. A film shows the work he has conducted and what is involved in such a study.
The first episode in this week's exciting Tom Terrific cartoon serial is an added feature. Producer, Dave Smiley.

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