100 Huntley Street


100 Huntley Street 100 Huntley Street, the flag-ship television program of Crossroads Christian Communications, was the first daily Christian television program in Canada. An interview/talk program, 100 Huntley Street, brings the Christian message to the viewer by exposing them to real people with real stories.

Original Airdates1977-

All in a Tube

In the spirit of problem-solving rather than didacticism, All in a Tube was designed by Rita Shelton Deverell for children. Religious Television Associates put up the money to develop the scripts and for Ms. Deverell's time and travel. She persuaded five private TV stations to participate. Each station assigned a producer, who worked with Ms. Deverell t ...

Original Airdates1979-1981

Circle Square


Circle Square Circle Square was a syndicated variety show for children with themes which contribute to the mental, physical, emotional, social and spiritual development. The show was conceived in the tradition of evangelical television, combining information and personal experience. In each program, the children learned to resolve social (interpersonal relationships ...

Original Airdates1975-?



Dialogue was a program seen on CBC Newfoundland for 23 years. It usually held the Sunday at noon slot, but had been shuffled around in the schedule by the station. Dialogue was not a religious program but dealt with topics in religion, about faith groups and the humanities. John O'Mara hosted for the first 11 years and Richard Beaton took over for the r ...

AkaPillars of Faith
Original Airdates1968-1990


Ferment was a series of four programs on religion, social problems and future of the Christian church. Kenneth Bagnall acted as host and interviewer.

Original Airdates1965


First broadcast in 1955 and lasting at least ten years, the Canadian weekly Heritage was a potpourri program on religious issues. A cross-section of religious denominations in Canada was represented in Heritage - Anglican, Roman Catholic, United Church, Presbyterian, Jewish, Baptist, Eastern Orthodox and Lutheran. With full script approval of the Nation ...

AkaThe Church In Canada
Original Airdates1955-?

It's A New Day


It's A New Day Originally a once-a-week program in Manitoba, It's a New Day quickly expanded to air five days a week and now broadcasts on various stations throughout Canada, via satellite in the U.S. and Europe, and is streamed online throughout the world. For over 30 years, It's a New Day has been using the power of television to reach into hearts and homes with the ...

Original Airdates1976-

Man Alive


Man Alive CBC television's weekly inquiry into issues of faith, commitment, and contemporary life. Although it has maintained a vigilant and critical attitude toward the church, it has generally reflected its sense of self-criticism and reform and its growing social commitment. Originally in a magazine format, Man Alive reflected the public affairs training ...

AkaThe Best of Man Alive
Original Airdates1967-2000

Meeting Place


Meeting Place was a series of morning church services from cities, towns and hamlets across Canada. The series tried to represent a wide spectrum of public worship in Canada: Roman Catholic, Anglican United Church, Lutheran, Baptist, Presbyterian, Orthodox Catholic (Eastern Rite) and Jewish. Along with the broadcast of the service, it presented a short ...

AkaMeeting Place: Canadians At Worship
Original Airdates1973-1997

Question Mark

The interviews and discussions in this half-hour program concerned problems of belief and morality; although it was not exclusively about religion, it returned to issues of devotion. Question Mark ran on every other week, alternating with Horizon.

Original Airdates1963-1964


Spectrum was a half-hour CTV public affairs series which probed man and his world, how he acts, what he thinks. As title implied, the series moved over a wide area of contemporary interests, from pop art to drama, from satire to documentary. It threw an objective spotlight on people, events, facts and ideas, searching for meaning in a changing world a ...

Original Airdates1966-1969

Would You Believe


Would You Believe was Sunday afternoon discussion program involving contemporary issues of faith and religion on CBC-Toronto. It alternated with local church service coverage.

Original Airdates1968-1972

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