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WELLMAN, Jim. The Broadcast [cover add subtitle: : The Story of CBC Radio's Fisheries Broadcast]. St. John's, Newfoundland : Creative Book Publishing, 1997. First Edition. Pp. (3),iv-xi,(1),1-172. With 26 b&w photos and a few other illustrations in the text. 8vo (139 x 213 mm), photo-illustrated glossy white card covers, with blue & black lettering to white spine.
James Wade 'Jim' Wellman (b. November, 1946, Twillingate) grew up in Port Anson.
An account of the importance of the CBC Radio Fisheries Broadcast to small-town Newfoundland, written by someone who served as the show's host for fifteen years.
Foreword by Jon Lien;
1. The Ghetto Program;
2. The Fisherman's Broadcast;
3. Listeners by Default;
4. No Need to be Shy;
5. Name That Tune;
6. On the Road;
7. Good Fishing, Good Markets and Good Evening;
8. Fish versus Farm;
9. The Times they were a Changin';
10. Uncle Mose [on the Chronicles of Uncle Mose by Ted Russell, (pp.85-101)];
11. Noising it Around;
12. Finding Common Ground;
13. There Never was a Headline;
14. A New Name;
15. The Time of My Life;
16. The Collapse.
Very good. Signed, with inscription, by Wellman on the first page. 20.00
Title: The Broadcast : The Story of CBC Radio's Fisheries Broadcast. First Edition, Signed
Publisher: Creative, St. John's, NF, 1997 : 1997
ISBN Number: 1895387906
ISBN Number 13: 9781895387902
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 83442