Episode Guide - Spotlight (Series) (1954-1963)

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Spotlight
The following is an incomplete listing of episodes for Spotlight.

Jul 27, 1954 - An interview with Lionel Hampton.

Aug 27, 1954 - Stanley Hawes, an Australian film commissioner, will be interviewed.

May 3, 1955 - Harry Easton, assistant librarian for Winnipeg's public libraries, will be interviewed on the Winnipeg Film council's annual film Festival.

May 4, 1955 - Peter Curd of the Junior Chamber of Commerce will speak on clean up and paint up week.

May 6, 1955 - Mrs. Tom Patterson of Stratford Ont., will speak on the work of the Canadian Players and the Stratford Drama festival.

Apr 23, 1956 - Flood protection director Carson Templeton will be interviewed.

May 29, 1956 - Spotlight will deal with school buildings and will include film, photographs, maps and a discussion of building plans. The show is produced in Winnipeg by Don Browne-Wilkinson.

May 30, 1956 - Nightclub performer Lillian Roth is interviewed.

May 31, 1956 - The expansion and unification of the University of Manitoba campus will be discussed

Jun 5, 1956 - Spotlight studies the value of teacher exchanges. In addition, there'll be an interview with the Canadian president of the Catholic Women's league.

Jun 6, 1956 - The weather is in the limelight on the Spotlight show today. Commentator Ed Russenholt answers questions from viewers and talks about the long-range weather forecast.

Jun 8, 1956 - Water hazards and the results of carelessness while swimming or boating will be discussed.

Jun 12, 1956 - John Pankiw, supervisor of art in Winnipeg public schools, will be a guest.

Jun 13, 1956 - The president of the dominion board of the Kennel club, Mrs. M. McEachern, is interviewed.

Jun 14, 1956 - An Australian woman who is the president of the Associated Countrywomen of the World will be on Spotlight.

Jun 18, 1956 - Spotlight presents an interview with Ricky Lane and his dummy Oiving. Mr. Lane, who's appeared several times on the Ed Sullivan show, is in Winnipeg for personal appearances.

Jun 20, 1956 - There'll be an interview with a charm school director and a display of summer fashions.

Jun 22, 1956 - Band leader Harry James, in Winnipeg for the Red River exhibition, will be interviewed

Jun 25, 1956 - Spotlight surveys Winnipeg parks board playgrounds.

Jun 26, 1956 - Spotlight will explain how school examination results are published and on what basis school authorities decide whether or not a child should go on to the next grade.

Jul 2, 1956 - Spotlight's Bob Willson interviews the winner and runners-up in the Miss Winnipeg contest.

Jul 6, 1956 - Spotlight answers questions about the weather and discusses the long-range weather forecast.

Aug 28, 1956 - Spotlight presents an interview with A.D. Thomson, assistant superintendent of Winnipeg schools. Mr. Thomson will discuss with Spotlight's host, Bob Willson, what a child requires on entering kindergarten. Don Browne-Wilkinson is the producer.

Aug 30, 1956 - Spotlight host Bob Willson reports on the summer highway traffic situation, with the co-operation of Manitoba's highway branch. Don Browne-Wilkinson is the producer.

Sep 17, 1956 - Three members of the Plouffe Family who are touring the west, will appear on Spotlight. The three are Mama Plouffe (Mme. Amande Alarie), Napoleon's sweetheart Jeanne Labrie (Therese Cadorette) and Guillaume Plouffe (Pierre Valcour).

Dec 21, 1956 - Dan Cameron, CBC prairie regional program director, discusses Christmas radio and TV programs to be presented on CBC.

Dec 24, 1956 - Spotlight presents the highlights of a Christmas pageant at Winnipeg's Holy Trinity Anglican church.

Dec 26, 1956 - Spotlight interviews American pianist Anton Kuerti.

Jan 7, 1957 - Spotlight will interview Prof. Douglas Anglin and Mrs. H.J. Merkeley of the Committee on Friendly Relations with Overseas Students.

Jan 17, 1957 - Spotlight interviews Prof. Jack Hoogstraten of the University of Manitoba engineering department, president of the Association of Professional Engineers.

Jan 18, 1957 - Spotlight interviews Irving Wong, president of the Chinese Students association at the University of Manitoba.

Feb 28, 1957 - Paul Sherman, guest conductor of the Winnipeg Symphony orchestra, will be on Spotlight.

Mar 4, 1957 - Wilma Blecher of the Winnipeg Humane society will be a guest.

Mar 5, 1957 - M.J.G. McMullin of the Manitoba Education Week association is guest.

Mar 6, 1957 - Television star Juliette will he a guest.

Mar 7, 1957 - The Four Aces are guests.

Mar 11, 1957 - Members of the Don Cossack choir will be interviewed.

Mar 14, 1957 - Franz Litschauer, guest conductor of the Winnipeg Symphony orchestra will be interviewed.

Mar 18, 1957 - Spotlight's guest will be P.D. McTacggart-Cowan, chief of forecast services for the meteorological bureau in Winnipeg.

Mar 21, 1957 - Hugh Dollard, an expert on stereophonic sound, will be a guest.

Mar 22, 1957 - Mrs. G. Swinton and Walter Foeller, members of Winnipeg Philharmonic choir, will be interviewed.

Mar 27, 1957 - Professor Matthew Bernatsky, of the University of Denver, is interviewed.

Mar 28, 1957 - Four members of a local barbershop quartet will be interviewed.

Apr 1, 1957 - Sir Charles Goodeve, director of the British Iron and Steel research association, will be interviewed.

Apr 2, 1957 - Reevan Cramer of Churchill high school demonstrates work done in Winnipeg senior high art classes.

Apr 4, 1957 - There will be an interview with Lt.-Col. W.C.H. Pinkham and Capt. G.E. Hocking marking the commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the battle of Vimy Ridge.

Apr 8, 1957 - W.H. Darracott of the national employment service discusses winter employment.

Apr 15, 1957 - Bob Willson's "guest" tonight is a Red Cross Mobile Clinic. Ted Benoit, producer.

Apr 16, 1957 - Bob Willson's guest tonight, in the regular Tuesday school series, is the principal of Norwood Collegiate. Ted Benoit, producer. From Winnipeg.

Apr 17, 1957 - Tonight on Spotlight—a chance to see what 600 pounds of rags in one place looks like. Ted Benoit, producer. From Winnipeg.

Apr 18, 1957 - Tonight Jack Wells goes fishing with Gerry Dennehy and Charlie Joyce of the Winnipeg Game and Fish Association. The Association is celebrating its Diamond Jubilee this month. Ted Benoit, producer. From Winnipeg.

Apr 19, 1957 - For Good Friday, a special Spotlight program in keeping with the solemnity of the day has been arranged. Ted Benoit, producer. From Winnipeg.

Apr 22, 1957 - Tonight's guest is Hjordis Kittel Parker, world traveller and photographer who is well-known for his travelogue talk on Sweden. Ted Benoit, producer. From Winnipeg

Apr 23, 1957 - Another in the regular Tuesday school series, Ted Benoit, producer.

Apr 24, 1957 - The Tartan Ball, an annual project of the Manitoba Pipers' Association, will be discussed by tonight's guest. Ted Benoit, producer.

Apr 25, 1957 - Students from the University of Minnesota are the guests on tonight's program. Ted Benoit, producer.

Apr 26, 1957 - Members of Le Cercle Moliere of St. Boniface will talk about a forthcoming Winnipeg production on tonight's program. Ted Benoit, producer.

Apr 29, 1957 - For the next three Mondays Spotlight goes gardening and landscaping. Today Stan West-away will give gardening and landscaping tips to new homeowners and to those in the process of adding a "new look" to their present homes. Ted Benoit, producer.

Apr 30, 1957 - Tonight's guest is Mr. R.L. Hedley, a Winnipeg teacher and recent scholarship winner, Ted Benoit, producer.

May 1, 1957 - Mr. Wallie Lee of the National Film Board will discuss the forthcoming Winnipeg Film Festival

May 2, 1957 - Professor W. L. Morton of the University of Manitoba, author of a new History of Manitoba is Spotlight's guest tonight. Ted Benoit, producer.

May 3, 1957 - Tonight "Spotlight" will bring an exciting guest or two from the Shrine Circus. Ted Benoit, producer.

May 6, 1957 - Second program in a Monday series on landscaping and gardening. Tonight Dr. W. R. Leslie will advise on shrub planting in new developments and around older homes. Ted Benoit, producer.

May 7, 1957 - First program in a series of three on physical education in Winnipeg schools. Ted Bcnoit, producer.

May 8, 1957 - Weldon Congdon stresses the importance of courtesy on the road and discusses the forthcoming "Road-eo" for Manitoba teenagers. Ted Benoit, producer.

May 9, 1957 - A first aid demonstration by members of the St. John Ambulance. Ted Benoit, producer.

May 10, 1957 - A member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles will be tonight's guest. Ted Benoit, producer.

May 13, 1957 - Bert Sandercock, lawn landscaper will give some hints on planting.

May 14, 1957 - Spotlight features another Physical Education display.

May 15, 1957 - A discussion on the building of a "drag strip" for sports cars.

May 16, 1957 - Spotlight will have as a guest Allan Bevan, an authority on forest conservation.

May 23, 1957 - The topic will be Automation and Education. The guest will be Dr. F.C. Cronkite, dean of law at the University of Saskatchewan.

May 24, 1957 - Count Basie will be interviewed.

May 27, 1957 - The Little Theatre group from Montreal will be interviewed.

May 29, 1957 - Members of the Associated Commercial Travellers will be interviewed.

May 31, 1957 - A representative of the St. James city council will be interviewed.

Jun 3, 1957 - Spotlight takes to the air, with a preview of Air Force Day.

Jun 5, 1957 - Singer Sammy Davis Jr. will be interviewed.

Jun 6, 1957 - Spotlight's guests will be two English girls, Shirley Caulkert and Pat Fitzgerald, who are going across Canada on motor scooters.

Jun 7, 1957 - Myron Cohen, internationally known comedian, will be interviewed.

Jun 12, 1957 - Camp Kinnaird, operated by the YWCA, will be the point for discussion on tonight's program. From Winnipeg.

Jun 21, 1957 - There will be a talk about plans for Selkirk's 75th anniversary.

Jun 24, 1957 - This week Spotlight originates from the Red River Exhibition at the Winnipeg Arena, where exhibition personalities will be interviewed.

Jul 2, 1957 - Don Bell, young baritone from South Burnaby, B.C., who has been winning such acclaim overseas, and who will perform on three CBC radio broadcasts from Winnipeg, is tonight's Spotlight guest.

Jul 3, 1957 - Special guests tonight are six or seven northern beauties — the Trout Festival queens from Flin Flon, Man.

Jul 4, 1957 - Guest tonight is Mr. P.C. Hutton, American consul-general.

Jul 5, 1957 - The Y.M.C.A.'s Camp Manitou will be the Spotlight topic tonight.

Jul 8, 1957 - Helene Winston, a Winnipeg actress who has returned from the east to star in I Remember Mama, at Rainbow Stage, will be interviewed.

Jul 10, 1957 - Thirty 4-H students from Minnesota will he interviewed.

Jul 11, 1957 - Norman Osborne, British actor, will be the guest.

Jul 19, 1957 - M. McMullen, will be interviewed in connection with the Manitoba teachers convention taking place in Winnipeg this week.

Jul 23, 1957 - Marsh Phimister and Marilyn Phillips will be interviewed in connection with a new production at Rainbow Stage.

Jul 24, 1957 - J. W. Battershill, a member of the provincial rifle team, will be interviewed.

Jul 26, 1957 - G. Hardwicke, a linguist, will be interviewed.

Jul 29, 1957 - Tonight's guest is Mr. W. C. Barthel who will tell about the Canadian German Day celebrations.

Jul 30, 1957 - Mr. John Norget, representing the Winnipeg Canoe Club, is tonight's guest.

Jul 31, 1957 - Miss Dorothea Roy, American nightclub entertainer, is tonight's guest.

Aug 1, 1957 - Dr. W.E. Sackston will be interviewed in connection with agricultural experiments.

Aug 2, 1957 - George Hardwicke, a linguist, will be interviewed

Aug 5, 1957 - Enzo Stuarti, tenor, will be a guest.

Aug 6, 1957 - Norman Hartnell, the Queen's dressmaker, will be interviewed.

Aug 7, 1957 - An interview with Arthur Zigouras of the Winnipeg Little Theatre.

Aug 13, 1957 - Yonelli, a comedian, will be interviewed.

Aug 14, 1957 - Inspector Toal of the Winnipeg police force, and Johnny Knapp, an entertainer, will be interviewed.

Aug 15, 1957 - Bert Barton, an organist, will be interviewed.

Aug 19, 1957 - Jimmy Ames and Michael Todd Jr. are guests.

Aug 23, 1957 - A.N. McGill, Unesco representative for the Canadian Institute for the Blind, will be interviewed.

Sep 30, 1957 - Interview with Dr. J.C. Woodward, president of the Agricultural Institute of Canada.

Oct 1, 1957 - Interview with a member of the board of the Children's Aid Society of Central Manitoba.

Oct 2, 1957 - "Miss Canada" Joan Fitzpatrick, is tonight's guest.

Oct 3, 1957 - All bridge enthusiasts will be interested in tonight's program. Our announcer will be permitted to "kibitz" during an actual bridge hand.

Oct 4, 1957 - Tonight's guest is a member from the Zonta International which is holding its convention in Winnipeg this week.

Nov 29, 1957 - Tonight's guest is Sir Saville Garner, U.K. High Commissioner in Canada, who is making his first visit to Winnipeg.

Dec 25, 1957 - A Christmas party for the entire "Spotlight" crew and their families.

Apr 4, 1958 - National Wildlife Week will be observed starting the 6th of April, and Paul Murphy, secretary-manager of the Game and Fish association, will signal the start of a membership campaign.

Apr 15, 1958 - Tonight on "Spotlight" it will be announced whether CBWT will change Wednesday to channel 3, as planned.

Jun 23,24,27 1958 - Tonight's program originates from the Red River Exhibition and includes interviews with exhibition personalities.

Oct 29, 1958 - Robert Briscoe, former Lord Mayor of Dublin, will be the guest. He will talk about the Israel Bond Drive.

Oct 30, 1958 - John Allen of the Canadian Red Cross, who recently returned, from overseas, will be the guest.

Jan 13, 1959 - The guest is Evan McCormack, the secretary-manager of the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce.

Jan 27, 1959 - The guest is Scott Neal, secretary-treasurer of the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce.

Feb 6, 1959 - Spotlight is a "preview to electrical living" and will mark the opening of Canada's National Electrical Week.

Feb 9, 1959 - White Cane Week is the topic.

Feb 24, 1959 - Morris Neaman will be the guest. Mr. Neaman is the president of the Sterling Cloak Co.

Mar 4, 1959 - The guests are the Mariners, who are entertaining at the auto show this week.

Apr 7, 1959 - The guest will be Earl Murray, president of the Lions Club of Neepawa.

Apr 17, 1959 - Judge W.J. Lindal, president of the Canadian Ethnic Press Federation, will be a guest.

May 12, 1959 - Tonight, English for the non-English, will be the subject for discussion in another in the series on Winnipeg Schools.

May 13, 1959 - Tonight's guest is Miss Lissa Taylor, Fashion Bureau Director for DuPont of Canada.

May 15, 1959 - Tonight's guest is a member of the Fire Department who will discuss the Annual Fire School.

Aug 10, 1959 - Spotlight features Spotlighting Manitoba. Tonight, a Virden farm couple will be interviewed.

Aug 18, 1959 - Spotlight will take viewers on a visit to Ninette, Man. and an interview with a family living in the town. Maurice Burchell is your host.

Aug 25, 1959 - The eighth in a series of programs on Manitoba communities. Tonight Maurice Burchell talks to Mr. H.E. Wright, partner in a modern groceteria in the town of Souris.

Oct 27, 1959 - Guest is Bob Haylock, unit manager of CBWT's Talent Caravan.

Nov 2, 1959 - Spotlight guests include western singer, Johnny Horton, Roger Tilbury of England and James Gordon of Scotland. The last two will be debating against two University of Manitoba students on Tuesday.

Nov 3, 1959 - Private Detective George Whitbread will be interviewed. He will talk about the type of work he is called on to do in his profession.

Nov 4, 1959 - A Hawaiian singer, Emma Veary, will be interviewed. Miss Veary is here in connection with the Hawaiian Festival sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Also appearing on Spotlight will be V.E. Fennell who is in charge of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's auction which will be held next Tuesday. Mr. Fennell will talk about the props, costumes, sets and other things he will auction off at that time.

Nov 5, 1959 - Ed Hodgert of the Canadian Legion will talk about the origin of Poppy Day. On the same program a pet shop owner will be interviewed. With him will be some unusual pets.

Nov 6, 1959 - L.H. Cragg, professor at the University of Alberta, and Orville Freeman, governor of Minnesota, will be interviewed.

Nov 9, 1959 - Sir Hugh Casson, one of Britain's leading architects and designers, will be guest. Sir Hugh is here in connection with the University of Manitoba's Festival of the Arts.

Nov 10, 1959 - Inspector Neil Clarke of the Winnipeg police traffic department will be interviewed.

Nov 11, 1959 - Malcolm Miller, who will speak on his travels, and a door-to-door salesman, who will discuss his trade, will he guests.

Nov 12, 1959 - Lawrence Werler, local wholesaler, will give a toy forecast for Christmas.

Nov 13, 1959 - Norman Niblo, a London bobby, will be guest.

Nov 16, 1959 - E.W. Brain, managing director of a Winnipeg china company, will be guest.

Nov 17, 1959 - Guests are Rev. Claude Mulvihille who will discuss the World Refugee Year campaign and Maj. Gen. W.J. Mcgill, former general officer commanding the army's prairie command and row executive secretary of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society and editor of the Canadian Geographical Journal.

Nov 18, 1959 - The calypso recording team of Budd and Travis will be guests. The second guest will be Alan R. Westbrooke who is here for the film festival at the Uptown Theatre.

Nov 20, 1959 - Guest is Odetta, travelling folk singer.

Nov 24, 1959 - Inspector R.J. Montgomery of the traffic division of the Winnipeg police department will appear. On this second program on traffic problems, the inspector will answer letters from the public on the subject.

Nov 25, 1959 - Spotlight features an interview with J.C. Matthews, a contractor, on winter work — or lack of it — in his business.

Nov 26, 1959 - Fred Robertson, consultant deorator with an Alabama manufacturer of Victorian furniture will be guest. Second guest will be Frank Wray, decorator, who will speak about the winter work problem in his business.

Nov 27, 1959 - Guests will be a member of the Don Messer Show and R. Rosenthal who will speak on German-made china.

Nov 30, 1959 - Larry Adler, the harmonica virtuoso and M. Sullivan of the Winnipeg Post office, will be guests.

Dec 4, 1959 - Guests are Miss M. Simcoe of the Great West Life Assurance company's doll dressing contest, a member of the Christmas Cheer Board and a member of the RCAF who will speak on the RCAF search and rescue operations.

Dec 7, 1959 - Rae Foster, a weed control expert from Indian Head, Sask, will appear as guest. Mr. Foster is also chairman of the Canadian-United States Weed Control organization. Homer and Jethro, entertainers, will also be interviewed on the show.

Dec 8, 1959 - Inspector Neil Clarke of the Winnipeg police department, will speak on the problems of his department.

Dec 9, 1959 - Spotlight will have as guests Martha Logan, food adviser and Larry Henderson, former CBC news announcer.

Dec 10, 1959 - A judo expert will be interviewed in connection with the judo championships which will be held in Winnipeg soon.

Dec 15, 1959 - A discussion by members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce on downtown Winnipeg's Christmas decorations. Also appearing on the show will be Rev. D. Bruce Johnson, a United Church minister.

Dec 16, 1959 - An interview with Mrs. Joseph R. Garland, president of B'nai Brith Women's District No.6. A second guest will speak about speech clinics.

Dec 17, 1959 - Spotlight will feature an interview with Rev. Fred J. Boyd, an Anglican church minister.

Dec 18, 1959 - Group Captain J.F. Mitchell, commanding officer, RCAF Station Winnipeg, will be guest. Miss Doris Arnmen, also a guest on the program, will be interviewed on Winnipeg's Children's Theatre.

Dec 22, 1959 - Guests on Spotlight are Archbishop Philip F. Pocock and Police Chief Robert Taft.

Dec 24, 1959 - Spotlight will be televised from the children's ward of St. Boniface hospital, where Lorne Wallace, Lloyd Robertson and Ed Russenholt will visit with children spending the holidays away from home.

Dec 28, 1959 - Spotlight features interviews with Doug McEwen, president of the 36th session of the Tuxis and Older Boys Parliament and Phil Borden, district president of the B'nai Brith Boys organization.

Dec 29, 1959 - Spotlight will present guest Andy Stephens who will review the work done in 1959 by the Chamber of Commerce.

Dec 30, 1959 - Spotlight will present a film on the Industrial Workshop.

Dec 31, 1959 - Spotlight will present a review of features presented on the series during 1959.

Jan 5, 1960 - A discussion on traffic problems.

Jan 6, 1960 - Spotlight will interview Ed Towers of Dauphin, for the Society For Crippled Children and Adults and Rev. Michael Yurkiewsky, of the Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church.

Jan 7, 1960 - Guests are Dr. Frank C. Cronkite, dean of the Law School of the University of Saskatchewan, who is in Winnipeg to attend a meeting of the Prairie Regional Employment Committee and J.L. Van Kamp, secretary of the Canadian Tree Farm Organization. Mr. Van Kamp is here to present certificates to seven men who are known as Manitoba's tree farmers.

Jan 12, 1960 - Dr. Andrew Stewart, chairman of the Board of Broadcast Governors and Carlyle Allison, a member of the board, will be guests.

Jan 19, 1960 - Inspector Neil Clarke of the Winnipeg police department will appear

Jan 21, 1960 - The singing group The Travellers will be interviewed.

Jan 22, 1960 - Spotlight will present an interview with Sandy Phimister, Scottish comedian and father of Winnipeg musician Marsh Phimister.

Jan 25, 1960 - Alphonse Ouimet, president of the CBC, will be interviewed.

Jan 26, 1960 - Bill Davidson, a lawyer and chairman of the labor-management committee of the Chamber of Commerce, will be guest

Jan 27, 1960 - An interview with Thecia Bradshaw, who has spent many summers in northern Manitoba with the Indians.

Jan 29, 1960 - Spotlight will feature two interviews, one with Lorne Elliot of the department of health and the second with a guest in connection with Foster Parents Week.

Feb 2, 1960 - Inspector R. J. Montgomery of the Winnipeg Police force will be guest

Feb 3, 1960 - Interviews with Philip James, former director of the Arts Council of Great Britain and now with the trust foundation in charge of the Rothschild collection, and Freddy Trenkle of the Ice Capades.

Feb 5, 1960 - Barrie Bridgeman, a darkroom technician will be interviewed.

Feb 9, 1960 - An interview in connection with the work of the Chamber of Commerce.

Feb 11, 1960 - Guests will be Robert Simonet, guest of the Manitoba Horticultural Association and D. F. Law, area scout commissioner for Greater Winnipeg, who is active in the current Boy Scout Week programs.

Feb 18, 1960 - Spotlight will be televised from the RCAF station.

Feb 19, 1960 - Harry Shaw, president of Rotary International of Great Britain and Ireland will be guest

Mar 9, 1960 - Anne Cameron and Fred Davis, television personalities from Toronto, will be guests. CBWT's Open House feature continues throughout the week.

Mar 10, 1960 - Guest is Norman J. Alexander of Investment Dealers Association of Canada.

Mar 11, 1960 - Spotlight will originate from the front window of the Hudson's Bay store. Mrs. Gurney Evans will be interviewed on plans for the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra's feature, Fiesta, scheduled for March 15 in the Winnipeg Arena. Disc jockeys from all Winnipeg radio stations will also be interviewed.

Mar 22, 1960 - Spotlight begins its new six-part series on career opportunities from the Tec-Voc High School. The business and commercial art courses will be discussed. The series has been planned in conjunction with the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce.

Mar 23, 1960 - Harold Simpson, president of the Home and School Federation, will be interviewed

Mar 24, 1960 - Spotlight will feature an interview with a member of the North Star oil refinery staff.

Mar 25, 1960 - An interview with a member of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra.

Mar 28, 1960 - English comedienne Joyce Grenfell will be guest

Mar 29, 1960 - Spotlight will present another feature in the series on traffic problems.

Apr 5, 1960 - Spotlight will visit the watch repair and hair styling departments at the Manitoba Technical Institute in the second program of the series on career opportunities.

Apr 12, 1960 - Another in the traffic series will be seen

Apr 21, 1960 - The guests on Spotlight are Dr. A.W. Truman, chairman of the Canada Council and A. S. McMillan, discussing the Shrine circus.

Apr 28, 1960 - Chuck Connors (The Rifleman) and Johnny Crawford (his television son) will be guests

May 3, 1960 - Spotlight visits the commercial cooking and home nursing and nutrition departments of the Manitoba Technical Institute.

May 17, 1960 - Spotlight visits the graphic arts department and the electric shop at the Technical-Vocational High School

May 18, 1960 - Safety features on the operation of electric lawnmowers will be checked from the Niakwa Golf and Country Club. Frank W. Ladwick, general sales manager for the Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co. will be interviewed.

Jun 13, 1960 - Jan Rubes will be a guest

Jun 16, 1960 - J. Alex Edmison of Ottawa, member of the National Parole Board, will be interviewed.

Jun 17, 1960 - M. W. Osborne, president of Canadian Credit Men's Trust Association Ltd will be a guest.

Jun 24, 1960 - Spotlight will originate live from the Red River Exhibition at the Winnipeg Arena.

Jul 12, 1960 - Traffic series

Aug 16, 1960 - There will be another show in the traffic series. Corporal Roth of the traffic detail of the RCMP will be the guest.

Aug 17, 1960 - Fred Van Aertselaer will be the guest. He will talk about barbecuing chicken and vegetables.

Sep 13, 1960 - The last of the highway traffic series. Corporal Roth will talk about school buses.

Sep 14, 1960 - The comedy team of Phil Ford and Mimi Hines will be guests. Spotlight will also pay a visit to the dentist school on Bannatyne Avenue.

Sep 15, 1960 - Spotlight will highlight Symphony Week, Sept. 19 to 23,

Sep 19, 1960 - The president of the Canadian Restaurant Association will be a guest

Sep 20, 1960 - Inspector Neal Clarke of the traffic division of the Winnipeg Police will be a guest. Also, Chief Rabbi Dr. Abraham Kravitz will speak of the Jewish New Year, which is Wednesday.

Sep 21, 1960 - Spotlight will originate at the University of Manitoba gymnasium where the faculty candidates for the Freshie Queen title will be introduced.

Sep 22, 1960 - Duncan Macrae, principle comedian on the British Variety Show, will be a guest.

Oct 11, 1960 - Inspector Neil Clarke will be the guest

Oct 12, 1960 - Bill Palmer, accordionist, will be the guest

Oct 13, 1960 - A. F. Telpfer, public relations manager of Canadian Standards Association will be a guest

Oct 14, 1960 - Fred G. Aschman, planning consultant from Toronto, will be a guest.

Nov 1, 1960 - Another in the Traffic Series will be seen

Nov 2, 1960 - Winter works projects will be discussed. Labor Minister John Carroll will be a guest.

Nov 24, 1960 - Judge Sparling speaks about the Canadian Legion. Sidney katz, associate director of Macleans Magazine, is also a guest.

Nov 28, 1960 - Fred J. Finlay, chief executive and commissioner of the Canadian Boy Scout Organization, will be the guest.

Nov 29, 1960 - Another in the Traffic Series will be seen with Inspector Neil Clarke.

Dec 6, 1960 - Inspector Neil Clarke of the traffic division of the Winnipeg Police department will be the guest.

Dec 7, 1960 - The first guest will be Miss Lois Marshall, who will be one of the featured soloists in the Joint Winnipeg Philharmonic Choir and Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra production of The Messiah

Dec 8, 1960 - The interview portion will come from the third floor of the Winnipeg Post Office as a reminder to mail early for Christmas.

Dec 13, 1960 - Inspector Neil Clarke of tbe traffic division of the Winnipeg police department' will be tbe guest.

Dec 14, 1960 - The guest will be singer Ann Henry.

Dec 15, 1960 - The program will originate from the Notre Dame auditorium in St. Boniface. Guests will be boys and girls from La Verendrye Junior Rifle Club.

Dec 16, 1960 - Martha Logan of Toronto talks about favorite Christmas foods around the world.

Jan 17, 1961 - There will be another in the traffic series, with Inspector Neil Clarke

Jan 18, 1961 - The first guests will be Miss Dorothy Bach and James Ryan, two of the leads in the University Of Manitoba Glee Club presentation, Plain and Fancy. The second guest will be Miss Sylvia Negrych, a client of the Sociely Of Crippled Children and Adults in Manitoba.

Jan 19, 1961 - The first guest will be a member of the cast of The Biggest Thief In Town, an MTC presentation. The second guest will be Miss Doris Smith, speaking about The Pas Trapper's Festival

Jan 20, 1961 - The first guest will speak on Van Gogh.

Jan 25, 1961 - The first guest will be Kenneth McGregor, economic adviser to the United Kingdom high commissioner in Ottawa.

Jan 26, 1961 - First guest will be G. I. Smith, president of the Canadian Good Roads Association and minister of highways in Nova Scotia. Mrs. Robert J. Orr, chairman of the Mothers' March, March of Dimes campaign, will be the second guest.

Jan 27, 1961 - Ronald Kantor and Merrill Shepherd, two of the leads in the St John's-Ravenscourt School presentation of Macbeth, will be guests. Jimmie Rogers, appearing at a local night spot, will be the second guest.

Feb 22, 1961 - Eleazar de Carvalho, conductor of the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra in Rio de Janeiro will be the special guest.

Feb 23, 1961 - A filmed look at the Duck Mountain area in central Manitoba will be presented.

Feb 24, 1961 - Dr. Otto Klineberg will be the guest.

Mar 9, 1961 - Lac du Bonnet will be the town visited

Apr 13, 1961 - The second Boat and Water Safety Series will be featured.

Apr 14, 1961 - Bert Burns, a London cabbie on a cross-Canada tour will, be interviewed.

Apr 25, 1961 - A traffic series with Inspector Neil Clarke.

May 2, 1961 - The first in an RCMP Highway Traffic Safety series for the summer. Guest—Sergeant Rock P. Malloy, highway traffic supervisor

May 3, 1961 - Dr. H.L. Truelove speaks on the University of Manitoba's schools of occupational and physiotheraphy. Another guest is TV's Johnny Ringo, Don Durant, here for the Shrine Circus starting Saturday.

May 4, 1961 - Guests: Cpl. W.S. Greenlay of the RCMP and Jim Eberts in a boat and water safety program.

May 5, 1961 - Dennis the Menace (Jay North), here for the Shrine Circus, is interviewed.

May 9, 1961 - Inspector Neil Clarke of the traffic-division, Winnipeg Police Department, is guest on another of the City Traffic Series.

May 10, 1961 - Guests—Cpl. W.S. Greenlay of the RCMP and Jim Eberts for boat and water safety feature.

May 11, 1961 - Cpl. W. S. Greenlay of the RCMP and Mr. Jim Eberts are guests in another program of the Boat and Water Safety Series.

May 12, 1961 - Guests: Miss Heather Wilson, who took part in the Trans-Canada sports car endurance test, and a speaker on the Manitoba Dental Clinic.

May 15, 1961 - Guests—Charles Camilleri, here for an organ recital, and Allan Bevan from the Canadian Forestry Association.

May 16, 1961 - Guest—Cpl. Frank Graham of the RCMP discusses school buses in the Highway Traffic series.

May 17, 1961 - Guest - Miss Julie Castle of the occupational therapy department. University of Manitoba

May 18, 1961 - Boat and water safety. Guests — Cpl. W.S. Greenlay of the RCMP and Jim Eberts.

May 25, 1961 - Guests—Cpl. W. S. Greenlay of the RCMP and Jim Eberts in another Boat and Water Safety series.

May 30, 1961 - Cpl. Ron H. Roth of the RCMP is guest in an interview dealing with correct and incorrect ways of pulling off the highways, another of the Highway Traffic Series. Produced at CBC Winnipeg by Ted Benoit.

Jun 1, 1961 - Cpl. W. S. Greenlay of the RCMP and Jim Eberts are guests in another Boat and Water Safety program. Produced at CBC Winnipeg by Ted Benoit.

Jun 9, 1961 - Report on Transcona's anniversary celebrations.

Jun 23, 1961 - Guests — the Crew Cuts, starring at Red River Exhibition.

Jun 25, 1961 - CBWT's SpotliEht show will be telecast each weekday during the Ex from the CBC booth there starting June 26.

Jun 26, 1961 - Guest — Anita Bryant, show originating from Red River Exhibition grounds.

Jun 27, 1961 - Guests - Bud Abbott and Candy Candido, here for Red River Ex.

Jun 28, 1961 - Guests - Jerry Murad and the Harmonicats, here for the Red River Exhibition. All Spotlight programs this week are televised "live" from the Ex.

Jun 29, 1961 - Guests — Homer and Jethro, hillbilly harmony comedians, here for Red River Exhibition.

Jun 30, 1961 - Ed Alberian introduces cartoon characters Huckleberry Hound and Yogi Bear at Red River Ex.

Jul 12, 1961 - Interviews with two skin divers at Grand Beach.

Jul 13, 1961 - Boat and Water Safety item with Cpl. W. S. Greenlay.

Jul 14, 1961 - Guest — Mrs. K. S. Bamji, director of the Government of India Tourist Office in Toronto.

Jul 17, 1961 - Guest — Peter Ajello, director of the Manitoba Theatre Centre's production, Rope.

Jul 19, 1961 - Guest — Len Andree, one of the leads of the Rainbow Stage production, High Button Shoes.

Jul 20, 1961 - Guest — Jim Eberts in boat and water safety series.

Jul 25, 1961 - Inspector Neil Clarke of the Traffic Division, Winnipeg Police Department, is guest on another of the City Traffic series. Produced by Ted Benoit.

Jul 27, 1961 - Cpl. W. S. Greenlay of the RCMP is guest in another of the Boat and Water Safety series. Produced by Ted Benoit.

Aug 1, 1961 - Cpl. Frank Graham of the RCMP is guest in another of the Highway Traffic series.

Aug 3, 1961 - Cpl. W. S. Greenlay of the RCMP is guest in another of the Boat and Water Safety series. Rene Adams, a harbor master, also is on hand, and the two experts speak on boats in distress and rescue operations.

Aug 8, 1961 - Inspector Neil Clarke of the Traffic Division, Winnipeg Police Department, is guest this evening in another of the city traffic series.

Aug 10, 1961 - Jim Eberts is guest this evening in another of the boat and water safety series.

Aug 15, 1961 - Tonight we spotlight with the RCMP another one of our Highway Traffic series.

Aug 22, 1961 - Guest — Inspector Neil Clarke of Winnipeg police department's traffic division.

Aug 23, 1961 - Mr. Jim Eberts will he our guest this evening in another of the Water Safety series.

Aug 29, 1961 - Guest — Cpl. Ron Ross of the RCMP highway traffic division.

Aug 31, 1961 - Guest — Cpl. W. S. Greenlay of the RCMP in boat and water safety item

Sep 5, 1961 - Guest — Inspector Neil Clarke of Winnipeg Police traffic division in city traffic series.

Sep 6, 1961 - Item on Fantasy In Furs, sponsored by women's committee, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra; Harry Lily from Winnipeg Humane Society.

Sep 7, 1961 - Guests — Cpl. W. S. Greenlay; of the RCMP and Jim Eberts in boat and water safety item

Sep 8, 1961 - Guest — Dr. Roy Rembolt, president of Optimists International; second part of show comes from the Pine Ridge golf course.

Sep 12, 1961 - Tonight we spotlight another of our highway traffic series with the RCMP. Ted Benoit, producer.

Sep 14, 1961 - Cpl. W. S. Greenlay of the RCMP and Mr. Jim Ebcrts, will be our guests tonight in our final Boat and Water Safety Series of the season. Ted Benoit, producer.

Sep 19, 1961 - Guest — Inspector Neil Clarke of the Winnipeg Police, Traffic Division, in another of the City Traffic series.

Sep 26, 1961 - Tonight we spotlight our final Highway Traffic series with the RCMP. Produced by Ted Benoit.

Oct 19, 1961 - Lee Moran speaks on the Seattle World's Fair.

Oct 25, 1961 - Guest — Dunc Jessiman, president of the Winnipeg Rotary Club

Oct 27, 1961 - Guest — Mrs. Hjordis Kittel Parker, here for World Adventure Tour on Norway.

Nov 20, 1961 - Guest — Jimmie Rodgers.

Nov 22, 1961 - Guests — Glenn Gould and Professor Tweedy speaking in the St. Andrews Society.

Nov 23, 1961 - Guest — Mrs. Saul Hayes, president of the National Council Of Women.

Nov 24, 1961 - Guest — Major Howard Orsvoe of Toronto, speaking in the 75th Anniversary of the Salvation Army.

Feb 26, 1962 - Guests include a member of the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce, appearing as part of a series, and the Lennon Sisters, who will be entertaining in Winnipeg at that time.

Mar 1, 1962 - Jim Eberts and Cpl. Bill Greenlay in another of the Boat and Water Safety series.

Mar 7, 1962 - A series on Manitoba summer resorts with hosts Maurice Burchell and Chuck Skelding. Producer, Ted Benoit. This week, the South Whiteshell (Falcon Lake and the surrounding areas) is visited.

May 8, 1962 - A series on traffic with Inspector Neil Clarke.

Jun 5, 1962 - Guest is Cpl. Bill Thompson of the R.C.M.P. in another of the Highway Traffic series.

Jun 6, 1962 - Guest is Bill LeBlanc, director of the Water Safety Services for the Manitoba Division of the Canadian Red Cross, in another of the "Learning How To Swim" series.

Jun 7, 1962 - Guests are Cpl. W. S. Greenlay of the R.C.M.P. and Jim Eberts in another of the Boating and Water Safety series.

Jun 8, 1962 - The program tonight originates from Assiniboia Downs.

Jun 12, 1962 - Guest is Inspector Neil Clarke of the Winnipeg Police Traffic Division, in another of the city traffic series. Producer, Ted Benoit.

Jun 13, 1962 - Guest is Bill LeBlanc, director of Water Safety Services for the Manitoba Division of the Canadian Red Cross, in another of the "Learning How To Swim" series. Producer, Ted Benoit.

Jun 14, 1962 - Guests are Cpl. W. S. Greenlay of the R.C.M.P. and Jim Eberts in another of the Boating and Water Safety series. Producer, Ted Benoit.

Aug 14, 1962 - Guest is Sergeant Frank Graham of the R.C.M.P. in another of the Highway Traffic series.

Apr 9, 1963 - Chuck Skelding speaks with Inspector Neil Clarke of the traffic Division, Winnipeg Police Department, on City Traffic problems. Producer, Ted Benoit.

Apr 10, 1963 - Boating and Water Safety. Beginning a new series about boats and safety while boating. Today, Maurice Burchell talks with Jim Eberts about hulls and hull designs of boats. Producer, Ted Benoit.

Apr 12, 1963 - Spotlight on the Legislature. Each Friday during the current session of the Manitoba Legislature, Spotlight includes comments from informed observers on important developments during the preceding week's business in the House.

Apr 16, 1963 - Chuck Skelding speaks with Inspector Neil Clarke of the traffic Division, Winnipeg Police Department, on City Traffic problems. Producer, Ted Benoit.

Apr 17, 1963 - Boating and Water Safety. Second in a series about boats and water safety while boating. Today, Maurice Burchell talks with Jim Eberts on the acquiring of a boat, new or used, and what to look for.

Apr 22, 1963 - First in a series on Skin and Scuba Diving with Pat Daggitt, chairman of public relations for the Manitoba Underwater Council. Today: free swimming requirements; artificial respiration; equipment required.

Apr 23, 1963 - Chuck Skelding speaks with Inspector Neil Clarke of the traffic division, Winnipeg Police Department, on City Traffic problems. Producer, Ted Benoit. Also, the second in a series on Skin and Scuba Diving with Pat Daggitt. Today: kicks and snorkling; snorkle swimming and surface diving; training period; life jackets.

Apr 24, 1963 - Third in a series on boats and water safety while boating. Today, Maurice Burchell talks with Jim Eberts on buying the motor for your boat.
Also, the third in a series on Skin and Scuba Diving with Pat Daggitt. Today, equipment for scuba diving and entry into water.

Apr 25, 1963 - The fourth in the series on Skin and Scuba Diving with Pat Daggitt. Today: clearing of mouth piece; scuba gear— clearing of mask at bottom of pool; taking off the gear at the bottom of pool and putting it back on at the bottom of pool; buddy breathing.

Apr 26, 1963 - The last in a series on Skin and Scuba Diving with Pat Daggitt. Today: re-cap of series; safety features: diving plane (for rescue work, scanning the bottom of lakes); free swimming and diving.

Jun 4, 1963 - In the current Traffic series, Chuck Skelding interviews Inspector Neil Clarke, of the traffic division of the Winnipeg police department.

Jun 5, 1963 - Boating and Water Safety. Maurice Burchell talks with Jim Eberts, a Marine Operator, and Cpl. Martin Donnen, Water Safety Patrol Officer for the RCMP.

Jun 6, 1963 - Landscaping and Gardening. George Knight talks with horticultural experts, Dr. Russel Leslie and Fred Rice.

Jun 11, 1963 - Cpl. Bill Thompson, Highway Traffic Division of the R.C.M.P., answers questions on traffic problems.

Jun 13, 1963 - Chuck Skelding, Jack Turnbull and George Knight and guests Dr. Russel Leslie and Fred Rice, horticultural experts, in another in die series on landscaping and gardening. Don Wittman reports on sports.

Jun 25, 1963 - Traffic Series. Tips to the motorist and answers to traffic enquiries through the aid of diagrams and the use of film. Guests are Inspector Neil Clarke of the Traffic Division of the Winnipeg Police Department and Staff Sgt. Rock Malloy, Highway Traffic supervisor of the R.C.M.P.

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