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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, photo-illustrated white cardcovers with blue & black lettering to white spine.
Jim Wellman (b. 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 inscrption, by Wellman on the first page. 17.00
Title: The Broadcast : The Story of CBC Radio's Fisheries Broadcast. First Edition, Signed
Publisher: Creative, St. John's, NF, 1997, ISBN:1895387906: 1997
ISBN Number: 1895387906
ISBN Number 13: 9781895387902
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 83442