Exhaust Tones

Exhaust Tones was a Sunday show designed for motor racing enthusiasts on CJAY-TV in Winnipeg. Host Phil Reimer, who had taken part in auto racing events on the west coast, covered the Manitoba sports car, motorcycle, go-kart and hydroplane racing scene, and presented film of races and rallies, both local and international. Assisting Mr. Reimer was T ...

Original Airdates1961

Exhibit A: Secrets of Forensic Science


Exhibit A: Secrets of Forensic Science In addition to traditional investigative techniques, police have increasingly come to utilize chemical and medical analysis to solve crimes by clues left by perpetrators at the scenes of their crimes and on the bodies of their victims. This program re-enacts cases in which forensic scientists have used their expertise to find and examine evidence that w ...

AkaForensic Files (USA)
Original Airdates1997-2001



Explorations Explorations was a CBC series of films, interviews, and demonstrations of aspects of the social and physical world. In the first season, Explorations was broadcast every second week. Subsequently, it aired weekly, and the series then usually organized with subseries of two to six weekly parts. The 1957-58 season was produced on a coast-to-coast basis, w ...

Original Airdates1956-1964

Explorers, The

The Explorers, narrated by Leslie Nielsen, collected documentary footage of human challenges to the perils of nature. They included a man sailing solo around the world, expeditions into the New Britain jungle or across a glacier in Greenland, and a descent into the pit of the volcano Mt. Mihara.

Original Airdates1973-1976

Exploring Minds

A series of college lectures, Exploring Minds was produced in several production centres across the country. The CBC developed the program in association with several institutions of higher learning: Carleton and McGill Universities and the Universities of Toronto, British Columbia, Ottawa, and Manitoba.

Original Airdates1953-1956

Expo '67 Report


To stir up interest and keep viewers informed about the progress of the construction of the Montreal World's Fair, the CBC scheduled a weekly, half-hour broadcast from Montreal the summer before the fair opened. Bob MacGregory and Norman Kiehl brought viewers up to date about news of the predecing week from the Expo site, interviewed the architects and ...

Original Airdates1966

Expo This Week

For twenty-five weeks, Shell Canada sponsored a regular, half-hour, prime time report from the site of the 1967 Montreal World's Fair. (Chrysler Canada was an alternate sponsor for the first six weeks.) The colour broadcast, from the International Broadcasting Centre, designed and built to CBC specifications, was a digest of events from the past week. T ...

Original Airdates1967

Extra! Extra!


Extra! Extra! was a half-hour children's series which aired Saturday mornings on CTV. It told the story of a group of a group of youngsters who ran a neighbourhood newspaper from a garage. The program contained real-life newspaper interviews mixed into the program.

Original Airdates1988-1990

Eye Bet


Jim Perry hosted Eye Bet from CFTO-TV in Toronto for broadcast on the CTV network. The object of the game was for contestants to view movie clips (old and new) and then try to remember what they had seen. The show debuted on Monday, September 11, 1972 and aired for two full years. Production ended when it became harder to use movie clips due to copyrigh ...

Original Airdates1972-1974

Eye of the Beholder

Eye of the Beholder was a series of six documentaries for children that focuses on different lands- Brazil, Spain, Hong Kong, Siam and the countries of the Andes.

Original Airdates1974

Eye Opener

Eye Opener presented experimental drama and other forms of performance to examine and highlight contemporary social issues in North America. The show assembled a selection of original works by Canadians and adaptations of non-Canadian stories and productions. For adventurous programming, the 12 half-hour programs constituted a successor to Quest.

Original Airdates1965

Eye to Eye

Eye to Eye was a public affairs series focusing on controversial issues in Manitoba which aired on CBWT in Winnipeg. The series was produced by Ken Black of CBC Winnipeg and Frank Raster. Its regular interviewers were Warner Troyer of the Winnipeg Free Press and Harvey Dawes.

Original Airdates1959-1965

Eyes of a Cowboy

Lonesome Cooper is a down-and-out country and western singer who travels from town to town - and back in time to the Old West of the 1870s. In both the present and the past, Lonesome has to rely on his singing skills to survive and avoid trouble. While surviving is not much of a problem, avoiding trouble is more difficult, and the time-travelling cowboy ...

Original Airdates1998

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