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  3. [cbc-hotsheets] HOTSHEET Weekend October 18 and October 19
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  5. Posted by: victoria wilcox
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  8.  
  9. HOT SHEET FOR WEEKEND OF OCTOBER 18 AND 19/97
  10.  
  11. SATURDAY OCTOBER 18, 1997
  12.  
  13. 1. THE HOUSE:
  14.  
  15. This week on The House, the week in national politics...a new report
  16. indicates that Canada has slipped to 11th place in the world in terms of
  17. the proportion of our national income that send abroad in foreign aid. But
  18. private citizens in Canada are giving even more to help underdeveloped
  19. countries. Why the growing gap? Also, Jason Moscovitz talks with
  20. Jean-Pierre Kingsley, Canada's Chief Electoral Officer, about the report he
  21. issued this week. Kingsley believes there is room for substantial
  22. improvement in the way tabs are kept on fund-raising by local riding
  23. associations, and in funding and campaign spending by groups other than
  24. political parties. Reporter David McKie has a followup on the problem on
  25. sexual harassment in the civil service, and reporter Jennifer Fry has an
  26. update on the Canada Information Office: is the year-old agency a 20-
  27. million-dollar boondoggle? All that and more this week on The House, the
  28. week in national politics with Jason Moscovitz, Saturday after World Report
  29. at 9 (9:30 NT) on CBC Radio One.
  30.  
  31. 2. BASIC BLACK:
  32.  
  33. This week on Basic Black...at long last...the winner in the Audible Pet
  34. Tricks contest!!! Find out whose Harold Fiske returns with the story of a
  35. man who works as a professional consultant to those doing time. And Arthur
  36. chats with a B.C. man who kayaked from Alberta to Nova Scotia - the long
  37. way! That's on Basic Black, Saturday at 10:05 (10:35 NT) on CBC Radio One.
  38.  
  39. 3. GREAT EASTERN:
  40.  
  41. This week on The Great Eastern, Paul Moth gets his moose ! Or, closer to
  42. the truth, Paul Moth gets a license and goes looking for his moose with
  43. long-time pals Ger Cadigan and Bill Murphy. Duck and cover on
  44. Newfoundland's cultural magazine, the Great Eastern, Saturday morning at
  45. 11:31 a.m. (12:01 NT) on CBC Radio One.
  46.  
  47. 4. QUIRKS AND QUARKS:
  48.  
  49. This week on Quirks and Quarks...the ethics of using placebos - "dummy
  50. drugs" - in clinical trials: is it fair to give people facing a serious
  51. illness a drug that you know will do nothing for them, and deny them a drug
  52. that might help? Also...the trouble with the stethoscope: some doctors have
  53. difficulty interpreting what they hear. Now a new computer program may help
  54. to train their ears. All that and more this week on Quirks and Quarks,
  55. Saturday at 12:09 (12:39 NT) on CBC Radio One.
  56.  
  57. 5. DEFINITELY NOT THE OPERA:
  58.  
  59. This week on DNTO...Imagine a soap opera that you watch on a billboard
  60. while driving your car, and every time you click your garage door opener at
  61. it you interactively change the plot. Cash Peters has the scoop about the
  62. kind of interactive entertainment you can find only in Hollywood. And
  63. speaking of entertainment, in honour of Friday's launch of a new batch of
  64. specialty cable channels, DNTO polls some Canadian celebs to see what
  65. they'd create if they got to program their own specialty channel. Guests
  66. include actor Sheila McCarthy, Jean Ghomeshi from Moxy Fruvous and
  67. Geoffrey Kelly from Spirit of the West. Governor General award winning
  68. author Nino Ricci talks about his favourite book, movie and song. And in
  69. the final hour, hilarious social and political satire with the musical
  70. comedy of Bowser and Blue recorded live in concert in Hudson, Quebec.
  71. That's on Definitely Not the Opera starting at 1:08 pm (1:38 NT) on CBC
  72. Radio One.
  73.  
  74. 6. THE WORLD THIS WEEKEND:
  75.  
  76. Saturday on The World This Weekend...Yeltsin's remedy - economic shock
  77. treatment for an ailing nation. Prime Minister Jean Chretien arrives in
  78. Russia today for a five-day state visit. And he'll find a country in the
  79. midst of radical economic change - change that has left millions
  80. unemployed, and millions more poor and desparate. Join host Bernie McNamee
  81. for a special documentary look at the legacy - and victims - of Yeltsin's
  82. reforms. Plus the latest news, arts and sports. That's The World This
  83. Weekend - Saturday evening at 6:00 (7:00 AT, 7:30 NT) on Radio One and Two.
  84.  
  85. 7. MYSTERY PROJECT:
  86.  
  87. This week on The Mystery Project, more of "Clean Sweep," featuring cleaning
  88. woman-turned-sleuth Bonnie Marsden. This week's episode is "Death By
  89. Innuendo." Recently retired mine Safety Inspector Horton Olson is found
  90. with two bullets in his skull shortly before the Norstar Inquiry. His death
  91. is ruled a suicide..but was it? Find out, this Saturday evening on Mystery
  92. Project at 6:30 (7:30 AT, 8:00 NT) on CBC Radio One.
  93.  
  94. 8. ROOTS AND WINGS:
  95.  
  96. It's a special edition of Roots and Wings this week, as host Philly
  97. Markowitz unveils the Roots and Wings CD - a compilation of her - and your
  98. - favourite world music as sampled on the show. Proceeds from the CD go to
  99. a very worthwhile cause, and you can check it out before you buy - by
  100. tuning in to Roots and Wings, Saturday night at 7:05 (6:05 AT, 6:35 NT) on
  101. CBC Radio One.
  102.  
  103. 9. FINKLEMAN'S 45s:
  104.  
  105. Join host Danny Finkleman for the best in music from the fifties, sixties
  106. and early seventies. This week, Danny spotlights the Fab Four - at least,
  107. their early work. He'll also have tunes from Mel Carter, Dion, and The Four
  108. Tops. Danny will also share his thoughts on how banks can better serve
  109. their clients, phone centres without phones, and law schools: which is
  110. better? The answer may surprise you. That's all on Finkleman's 45s,
  111. Saturday night at 8:06 (8:36 NT) on CBC Radio One.
  112.  
  113. 10. A PROPOS:
  114.  
  115. (SORRY NO INFO AVAILABLE)
  116.  
  117. 11. SATURDAY NIGHT BLUES:
  118.  
  119. This week in Hour One of Saturday Night Blues...Holger will catch up on
  120. some of the great new Canadian Blues CDs that have come out since the
  121. summer from artists such as David Wilcox, Brent Parkin, Big Dave MacLean,
  122. and The Fundamentals. In the Midnight Hour, Holger kicks off a two-part
  123. profile of Texas bluesman and bandleader Gatemouth Brown. "Gate" was one of
  124. the first black musicians to lead a big band in the 40s. His long career
  125. has included all forms of jazz and blues. This week you'll hear an
  126. interview that Holger did with Gate about his early days, and the new big
  127. band CD "Gate Swings." All that and more this week on Saturday Night Blues,
  128. starting at 11:05 (11:35 NT) on CBC Radio One.
  129.  
  130. STEREO
  131.  
  132. 12. MADLY OFF IN ALL DIRECTIONS:
  133.  
  134. This week Madly Off in All Directions comes to you from the Limestone City
  135. - lovely Kingston, Ontario. Host Lorne Elliot welcomes
  136. ex-fighter-pilot-turned-comedian Barry Kennedy, and the music of the Cherry
  137. Valley Ramblers. That's on Madly Off in All Directions, Saturday morning at
  138. 10:35 (11:05 NT) on CBC Radio Two.
  139.  
  140. 13. THE VINYL CAFE:
  141.  
  142. Head for the Vinyl Cafe this weekend. Host Stuart McLean has a story to
  143. welcome in the hockey season. It's the tale of a mother who sets out - in
  144. fear and trembling of a sort - to complete her son's hockey gear. The music
  145. includes a song about painter Rene Magritte by Paul Simon; a Leonard Cohen
  146. song that's based on poetry by Frederico Garcia Lorca; and a song by Nancy
  147. White that's based on her thoughts about Leonard Cohen. That's just a bit
  148. of the bill of fare this week at the Vinyl Cafe, Saturday morning at 11:08
  149. (11:38 NT) on CBC Radio Two.
  150.  
  151. 14. SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT THE OPERA:
  152.  
  153. Another Verdi classic from La Scala this week on Saturday Afternoon at the
  154. Opera. I Vespri Siciliani, set in 13th century Sicily, is a story of
  155. Sicilian resistance against the occupying French. But it's also a tale of
  156. love, betrayal, sacrifice and unacknowledged paternity - in other words,
  157. all the usual elements of opera. Cheryl Studer, Chris Merritt and Ferruccio
  158. Furlanetto headline the cast, and Riccardo Muti conducts the orchestra.
  159. That's I Vespri Siciliani, on Saturday Afternoon at the Opera, hosted by
  160. Howard Dyck, Saturday at 1:30 pm (2:30 AT; 3:00 NT) on CBC Radio Two.
  161.  
  162. 15. THE GREAT EASTERN:
  163.  
  164. This week on The Great Eastern, Paul Moth gets his moose ! Or, closer to
  165. the truth, Paul Moth gets a license and goes looking for his moose with
  166. long-time pals Ger Cadigan and Bill Murphy. Duck and cover on
  167. Newfoundland's cultural magazine, The Great Eastern, Saturday evening at
  168. 6:31 p.m. (7:31 AT; 8:01 NT) on CBC Radio Two.
  169.  
  170. 16. RADIOSONIC SATURDAY NIGHT:
  171.  
  172. This week, Radiosonic Saturday Night features...an exclusive session with
  173. Our Lady Peace recorded in the RadioSonic studio in Vancouver. Also, Leora
  174. talks with Mark Schilling, author of "The Encyclopedia of Japanese Pop
  175. Culture." Later, in another concert feature, Treble Charger recorded in
  176. Ottawa. That's Radiosonic Saturday Night, with Leora Kornfeld and David
  177. Wisdom, starting at 7:00 p.m. (8:00 p.m. AT; 8:30 NT) on CBC Radio Two.
  178.  
  179. 17. RADIO ESCAPADE:
  180.  
  181. Radio Escapade plants itself on the West Coast for the next six weeks as
  182. Janis McKenzie assumes the controls. Janis is a Vancouver broadcaster,
  183. music critic, musician, and frequent guest on Nightlines with David Wisdom.
  184. For her first show, Janis turns the tables and welcomes David Wisdom as her
  185. first musical guest. David will feature lots of new tunes that have caught
  186. his critical ear. Radio Escapade...radio to watch the sun come up, starting
  187. at midnight (1:00 AT, 1:30 NT) on CBC Radio Two.
  188.  
  189. TELEVISION
  190.  
  191. 18. C.F.L. FOOTBALL:
  192.  
  193. The Calgary Stampeders are in Toronto this Saturday for a showdown with the
  194. mighty Toronto Argonauts. Catch all the action starting at 2 p.m. (EASTERN)
  195. on CBC Television.
  196.  
  197. NEWSWORLD
  198.  
  199. 19. FACE OFF:
  200.  
  201. This week on Face Off...More than two million students in Ontario could be
  202. out of the classroom soon if the province's teachers and the government
  203. can't head off a looming strike. The primary causes of the conflict are the
  204. same ones that seem to be affecting teacher-government relations in other
  205. provinces: scarce funds, dissatisfaction with results and power struggles
  206. over who controls what goes on in the classroom. Face Off assembles people
  207. on all sides of the problem - teacher leader Marshall Jarvis, parents Annie
  208. Kidder and John Bachmann, Mary Ann McLaughlan of the Conference Board of
  209. Canada, a business umbrella group that has just waded into the fray, and
  210. three high school students. Join hosts Judy Rebick and Claire Hoy for a
  211. look at our troubled education system, on Face Off, Saturday at 3:00 p.m.
  212. and 3:00 a.m. (EASTERN) and Sunday at noon (EASTERN) on CBC Newsworld.
  213.  
  214. - WEEKEND HOT SHEET, SUNDAY OCTOBER 19, 1997 -
  215.  
  216. 1. THIS MORNING:
  217.  
  218. This week on the Sunday edition of This Morning...the toxic fire at the
  219. Plastimet recycling plant in Hamilton was one of the worst fires of its
  220. kind in the world. As Bob Carty discovered, it was a result of years of
  221. bureaucratic bungling. Also on the show...are married men really happier
  222. than married women ? A look at the way men view marriage. That's This
  223. Morning, with Michael Enright, Sunday after the 9 o'clock news (9:30 NT) on
  224. CBC Radio One.
  225.  
  226. 2. VINYL CAFE:
  227.  
  228. Head for the Vinyl Cafe this weekend. Host Stuart McLean has a story to
  229. welcome in the hockey season. It's the tale of a mother who sets out - in
  230. fear and trembling of a sort - to complete her son's hockey gear. The music
  231. includes a song about painter Rene Magritte by Paul Simon; a Leonard Cohen
  232. song that's based on poetry by Frederico Garcia Lorca; and a song by Nancy
  233. White that's based on her thoughts about Leonard Cohen. That's just a bit
  234. of the bill of fare this week at the Vinyl Cafe, Sunday at 12:08 p.m.
  235. (12:38 NT) on CBC Radio One.
  236.  
  237. 3. MADLY OFF IN ALL DIRECTIONS:
  238.  
  239. This week Madly Off in All Directions comes to you from the Limestone City
  240. - lovely Kingston, Ontario. Host Lorne Elliot welcomes
  241. ex-fighter-pilot-turned-comedian Barry Kennedy, and the music of the Cherry
  242. Valley Ramblers. That's Madly Off in All Directions, Sunday afternoon at
  243. 1:08 (1:38 NT, 4:08 PT) on CBC Radio One.
  244.  
  245. 4. THE INSIDE TRACK:
  246.  
  247. This week The Inside Track examines the life of a man who is arguably
  248. Canada's most famous athlete these days. Jacques Villeneuve may not be as
  249. well known in his home country, but he has a good chance to win one of the
  250. sporting world's most prestigious championships. A special look at Formula
  251. One driver Jacques Villeneuve, the man some consider to be this country's
  252. biggest sporting ambassador. That's this week on The Inside Track, with
  253. host Robin Brown, Sunday at 1:33 (2:03 NT; 4:33 PT) on CBC Radio One.
  254.  
  255. 5. TAPESTRY:
  256.  
  257. This Sunday on Tapestry...The Craft and Artistry of Bible Translation.
  258. Scholars, poets, and writers have been translating the Bible for two
  259. thousand years now, with new editions on the market, and there's no end in
  260. sight. This week Tapestry presents the personal stories of people who
  261. wrestled with the text. It's a look at the spiritual, emotional, and
  262. psychological dimension of those who try to translate the word of God into
  263. the word of man (and woman): what it means to them and why they continue to
  264. it. That's this week on Tapestry, Sunday at 2:08 p.m. (2:38 NT; 4:08 p.m.
  265. MT; 3:08 pm. PT) on CBC Radio One.
  266.  
  267. 6. WRITERS AND COMPANY:
  268.  
  269. This week on Writers and Company, host Eleanor Wachtel talks with American
  270. writer Cynthia Ozick, a woman who infuses her fiction and her essays with
  271. intellectual passion and brilliance. Ozick's latest novel is "The
  272. Puttermesser Papers" - stories about Ruth Pettermesser, lawyer for the City
  273. of New York. These stories have been appearing for some thirty years and
  274. are now concluded in this remarkable book. You can hear Eleanor Wachtel's
  275. conversation with Cynthia Ozick on Writers & Company, Sunday at 3:08 (3:38
  276. NT, 5:08 CT/MT/PT) on CBC Radio One.
  277.  
  278. 7. CROSS-COUNTRY CHECKUP:
  279.  
  280. ** NOTE: please change time to suit your time zone...Network shows say
  281. "Sunday afternoon..."
  282.  
  283. Sunday on Cross Country Checkup ...the post-deficit dividend. For years, as
  284. governments trimmed their budgets, Canadians dimmed their expectations. Now
  285. federal Finance Minister Paul Martin predicts that next year, there will be
  286. no deficit. Where do we go from here? Should the government start spending
  287. again, with restraint? Do we need tax relief? What about the accumulated
  288. debt? Consider the federal government's financial future, Sunday on Cross
  289. Country Checkup from 4 until 6 (EASTERN) on CBC Radio One.
  290.  
  291. 8. THE WORLD THIS WEEKEND:
  292.  
  293. Sunday on The World This Weekend...AIDS and Drugs - Vancouver's deadly
  294. epidemic. Health officials in Vancouver recently declared the city's first
  295. medical emergency - in response to one of the worst AIDS epidemics in any
  296. Western nation. Drug users in the city have one of the highest infection
  297. rates in North America - and the situation is getting worse. Join host
  298. Bernie McNamee for a look at the dark side of Vancouver. Plus the latest
  299. news, arts, and sports. That's The World This Weekend - Sunday at 6:00 pm
  300. (7:00 AT, 7:30 NT) on Radio One and Two. 9. ON STAGE:
  301.  
  302. 9. ON STAGE:
  303.  
  304. This week, On Stage presents a special concert live from the Glenn Gould
  305. Studio in Toronto. Lavard Skou Larsen doubles as director and violinist as
  306. the European Chamber Orchestra joins French horn soloist James Sommerville
  307. in concert. The program includes Elgar's Serenade for Strings, Op. 20,
  308. Mozart's Horn Concerto in E flat major, K. 495, Dvorak's Two Waltzes, Op.
  309. 54, and Haydn's Symphony No. 51 in B flat major. That's On Stage, with host
  310. Eric Friesen, Sunday night at 8:05 (9:05 AT, 9:35 NT) on CBC Radio One.
  311.  
  312. 10. SUNDAY SHOWCASE:
  313.  
  314. ****PLEASE NOTE: This play is meant for an adult listening audience.
  315.  
  316. This week on Sunday Showcase, a controversial play from the pen of Brad
  317. Fraser. "Martin Yesterday" tells the story of the everyday trials of an
  318. openly gay Toronto politician, a pair of comic book professionals and two
  319. scam artists. "Martin Yesterday" wrestles with the issues of sex,
  320. relationships, lust and trust. Fraser places Martin, the title character,
  321. in Toronto's gay district as a city councillor. Forced to face his sense of
  322. self, his private impulses and his dark obsessions, Martin finds himself
  323. caught in a web of misunderstanding. That's on Sunday Showcase starting at
  324. 10:05 (11:05 AT, 11:35 NT) on CBC Radio One.
  325.  
  326. 11. JAZZBEAT:
  327.  
  328. This Sunday evening Jazz Beat begins a little later than usual to
  329. accommodate an extra-long play on Sunday Showcase. But be patient, because
  330. in Hour One of Jazz Beat...veteran pianist George McFetridge leads his
  331. quartet, called Strange Weather, in a studio session from Vancouver. In the
  332. second hour, Panamanian Danilo Perez brings a new rhythmic complexity to
  333. the jazz piano - in a festival concert caught in Montreal. That's Jazz
  334. Beat, with host Katie Malloch, Sunday night at 11:05 (12:05 AT, 12:35 NT)
  335. on CBC Radio One.
  336.  
  337. - RADIO TWO -
  338.  
  339. 12. CHORAL CONCERT:
  340.  
  341. This week on Choral Concert, the finalists in the prestigious Let the
  342. Peoples Sing choral competition. Youth choirs, mixed voice and equal voice
  343. choirs from around the world have been adjudicated over the past few
  344. months, resulting in this program of some of the best choirs in the world.
  345. Canada's representatives in the finals of the competition are the Amabile
  346. Youth Singers from London, Ontario. Hear them this Sunday on Choral
  347. Concert, with host Howard Dyck, at 8:11 a.m. (8:41 NT) on CBC Radio Two.
  348.  
  349. 13. SYMPHONY HALL:
  350.  
  351. This Sunday on Symphony Hall, a concert by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra
  352. under guest conductor Zuohuang Chen. The program includes the Roman
  353. Carnival Overture by Hector Berlioz, Modest Mussorgsky's Pictures at an
  354. Exhibition, Saint-Saens' Piano Concerto No. 2 (featuring pianist Marc-Andre
  355. Hamelin). Also on the bill...a work for Chinese pipa by Vancouver composer
  356. Mark Armanini called "Of Wind and Water". "Of Wind and Water" will be
  357. played by Vancouver musician Qui Xia He. That's on Symphony Hall, with host
  358. Katherine Duncan, Sunday morning at 10:05 (10:35 NT) on CBC Radio Two.
  359.  
  360. 14. ON STAGE:
  361.  
  362. This week, On Stage presents a special concert live from the Glenn Gould
  363. Studio in Toronto. Lavard Skou Larsen doubles as director and violinist as
  364. the European Chamber Orchestra joins French horn soloist James Sommerville
  365. in concert. The program includes Elgar's Serenade for Strings, Op. 20,
  366. Mozart's Horn Concerto in E flat major, K. 495, Dvorak's Two Waltzes, Op.
  367. 54, and Haydn's Symphony No. 51 in B flat major. That's On Stage, with host
  368. Eric Friesen, Sunday afternoon at 2:05 (2:35 NT) on CBC Stereo.
  369.  
  370. 15. LIMITED EDITION:
  371.  
  372. This week on Limited Edition, the final episode of One of a Kind, profiles
  373. of musicians who've made a unique contribution to their genre. This
  374. week...a look at the lives and music of Kate and Anna McGarrigle. They're
  375. brought a diverse set of cultural influences and a quirky sense of humour
  376. to their music, and the results are audible: finely-crafted tunes with an
  377. interesting perspective on life and relationships. That's Kate and Anna
  378. McGarrigle on One of a Kind, part of Limited Edition, Sunday evening at
  379. 5:05 (5:35 NT) on CBC Radio Two.
  380.  
  381. 16. RADIOSONIC SUNDAY NIGHT:
  382.  
  383. This week on Radiosonic Sunday night...in the Craftworks segment, author
  384. Evelyn Lau plays some of the music that inspires her work and colours her
  385. life. Dave also has a feature on music inspired by movie westerns. That's
  386. Radiosonic Sunday night, with David Wisdom and Leora Kornfeld, starting at
  387. 6:31 p.m. (7:31 p.m. AT, 8:01 p.m. NT) on CBC Radio Two.
  388.  
  389. 17. RADIO ESCAPADE:
  390.  
  391. Sunday night, Janis McKenzie continues her six week stint as host of Radio
  392. Escapade. Janis welcomes Gord Badanic as her special guest. Gord is
  393. President of the Pacific Music Industry, a label manager, a band manager,
  394. and a musician. His passion is power pop and he's got the vinyl to prove
  395. it. As well, Janis will feature music that all budding musicians can easily
  396. play....3 chord rock, what could be simpler? So tune up, tune in, and check
  397. out Radio Escapade with Janis McKenzie, Sunday at midnight (1:00 AT, 1:30
  398. NT) on CBC Radio Two.
  399.  
  400. - TELEVISION -
  401.  
  402. 18. C.F.L. FOOTBALL:
  403.  
  404. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are in Montreal this Sunday for a showdown with
  405. the Alouettes. Game time is 1 p.m. (EASTERN) on CBC Television.
  406.  
  407. 19. JUST FOR LAUGHS 15TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL:
  408.  
  409. Who else but perennial favorite Mike MacDonald could host the Best of Just
  410. For Laughs 15th Anniversary Special? MacDonald, a true Canadian comedy
  411. staple with a dry, cynical wit, knows the real story behind all the hype.
  412. He reveals the real truth behind the great acts that have graced the stage
  413. and TV screen over the years. For example, Rowan Atkinson used the Just For
  414. Laughs stage to launch his Mr. Bean character. His manager took a tape of
  415. his first performance and used it to sell the Mr. Bean concept, and the
  416. rest is history. That performance is seen here for the first time. Just For
  417. Laughs has played host to all the stars, and at every stage of their
  418. careers -- before they were stars, while they were stars, and long after
  419. they were stars. See performances by Paul Reiser, Brett Butler, a rare
  420. stage appearance from Jim Carrey, Rowan Atkinson, Lily Tomlin, Adam
  421. Sandler, Seinfeld's Michael Richards and Jon Stewart and many more. That's
  422. the Just For Laughs 15th Anniversary Special, Sunday night at 9:00 p.m. on
  423. CBC Television.
  424.  
  425. 20. THE WORST OF JUST FOR LAUGHS:
  426.  
  427. Right after the Just For Laughs 15th Anniversary Special on CBC Television
  428. Sunday night, you can see the other side of the coin. The Worst of Just For
  429. Laughs features comedy performances that live in memory for reasons other
  430. than brilliance. This half-hour special of flubs, bloopers and ideas that
  431. looked good on paper (but nowhere else) will have you on the floor laughing
  432. - in sympathy, horror, whatever. It makes a dandy reality check after The
  433. 15th Anniversary Special that precedes it. Andy Nulman, whose mission as
  434. C.E.O. of Just For Laughs is to spread laughter and good cheer, has defied
  435. his mission by hosting this special, which features stuff "that's probably
  436. best left forgotten, but we're gonna show it anyway." Don't miss The Worst
  437. of Just For Laughs, Sunday night at 9:30 on CBC Television.
  438.  
  439. 21. LIFE & TIMES:
  440.  
  441. He is likely the wealthiest and certainly one of the most popular artists
  442. in Canada, but Robert Bateman's work has been ignored by most of our
  443. country's major galleries. From his beautiful retreat on the shores of
  444. British Columbia's Salt Spring Island, Bateman talks about his Life & Times
  445. this Sunday night on CBC Television. Bateman's 1977 decision to enter the
  446. reproduction market became a huge controversy that has colored his
  447. reputation as an artist. He wanted to make his work accessible to more
  448. people, so he personally signs from 950 to 12,000 copies of each of his
  449. paintings. Today, Bateman prints are sold all over the world - in 500 shops
  450. in Canada alone. Critics say these prints are just overpriced posters that
  451. cheapen the legitimate art market and that they have barred Bateman from
  452. showings in most of the major art galleries of the country. Get to know
  453. this highly popular artist as Life & Times profiles Robert Bateman, Sunday
  454. night at 10:00 p.m. on CBC Television.
  455.  
  456. - NEWSWORLD -
  457.  
  458. 22. THE PASSIONATE EYE:
  459.  
  460. This week on The Passionate Eye, a re-broadcast of the fascinating
  461. documentary "Rock Wives." The media often portray the life of a rock star's
  462. partner as one long round of shopping, parties and photo opportunities.
  463. "Rock Wives" explores the less-than-glamorous truth about that life. The
  464. documentary features interviews with Shirley Watts, wife of Rolling Stone
  465. drummer Charlie Watts; Angie Bowie, former wife and manager of rock
  466. superstar David Bowie and Sharon Osbourne, wife of Ozzy Osbourne for 14
  467. years, mother to their three children and mastermind of his career. Don't
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