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Sampson, Paddy, 1926-2005
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Points east, points west [television program]

Television series that aired from May-October 1976, featuring musical variety productions from CBC centres outside Toronto, two each from Vancouver, Montreal, Halifax, Edmonton, and St. John's. The programs were pilots for future CBC productions and featured local talents from each of the regions.

Ryan's Fancy

Item is a recording of the Ryan's Fancy from the Canadian Express series.

Grant Smith special

Item is a recording of a Grant Smith special from the Canadian Express series.

Black Hallelu-jah [television special]

Performance and broadcast of a song called "Black Hallelujah" composed by Russ Little and Norm Symonds; a 60 minute gospel music version of the trial and crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

Show of the Week : The 20's

File consists of two reel-to-reel audio tapes from the 1969 "Show of the week: the 20's"". The reels are labelled as tape one and tape two.

Belafonte/Watson 1A

Item is a recording of an interview with Harry Belafonte and Patrick Watson.

Belafonte/Watson 2B

Item is a recording of an interview with Harry Belafonte and Patrick Watson.

Belafonte/Watson 3B

Item is a recording of an interview with Harry Belafonte and Patrick Watson.

Belafonte/Watson 5B

Item is a recording of an interview with Harry Belafonte and Patrick Watson.

Tongues of Brass

File contains two audio reels with recordings from the Tongues of Brass program.

[TK Reels]

File contains two audio reels with various recordings.

Indigo [part 1]

Item is a tape on part one of a sales courtesy program by Indigo.

Insight Productions

Alligator pie

Item is a tape of the program Alligator Pie.

Happy ending / Program X [television program]

A television anthology series that showcased dramatic writing by new, domestic writers. It was also a showcase for performances by actors such as Gordon Pinsent and Barbara Hamilton.

Dinah Christie / Superspecials

An episode of the CBC variety television program "Superspecials" that showcased many of Canada's international and up-and-coming stars, featuring singer and comedian Dinah Christie.

Buffy Ste. Marie / Superspecials

An episode of the CBC variety television program "Superspecials" that showcased many of Canada's international and up-and-coming stars, featuring singer Buffy Ste. Marie.

Teen Canada

Item is a tape of a program called Teen Canada.

Supremacy

Item contains a recording of the program Supremacy.

Buffy Ste. Marie

Item is a tape of the "Mini Mobile" episode of a Buffy St. Marie program.

Commonwealth Jazz Club

Item contains the audio reel of the Canadian episode of Commonwealth Jazz Club featuring the Tony Collacott Trio and the Rob McConnell Quartet.

Commonwealth Jazz Club

Item contains the audio reel of the Canadian episode of Commonwealth Jazz Club featuring the Jimmy Dale Orchestra and the Sonny Greenwich Quartet.

Belafonte/Watson 3A

Item is a recording of an interview with Harry Belafonte and Patrick Watson.

Belafonte/Watson 4A

Item is a recording of an interview with Harry Belafonte and Patrick Watson.

Belafonte/Watson 4B

Item is a recording of an interview with Harry Belafonte and Patrick Watson.

Belafonte/Watson 6A

Item is a recording of an interview with Harry Belafonte and Patrick Watson.

A La Carte

File contains three audio reels with various recordings from the A La Carte program.

Tears are not enough [documentary]

"Tears Are Not Enough" was a song written and performed by a group of Canadian artists in 1985 to raise relief funds for the famine in Ethiopia. This documentary explored the song's creation and recording, and aired on CBC television on December 22, 1985.

Square Dance

Item is a recording of a square dance from July 1987.

B.C. Place opening ceremonies

Opening ceremonies for the B.C. Place stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia, which was the largest air-supported domed stadium until May 2010 when it was deflated to be replaced by a retractable roof.

The Blues : part 1

  • 2010.003.01.03.01
  • Item
  • [December 8, 1985 (original broadcast December 28, 1966)]
  • Parte de Paddy Sampson fonds

Copy of part 1 of the original broadcast on December 28, 1966. Guests featured in this six-part series included Muddy Waters, Brownie McGee, Sonny Terry, Otis Spahn and Willie Dixon.

The Blues : part 2

  • 2010.003.01.03.02
  • Item
  • [December 8, 1985 (original broadcast December 28, 1966)]
  • Parte de Paddy Sampson fonds

Copy of part 2 of the original broadcast on December 28, 1966. Guests featured in this six-part series included Muddy Waters, Brownie McGee, Sonny Terry, Otis Spahn and Willie Dixon.

The Blues

Original broadcast on December 28, 1966 was 90 min. in length. This version is only 60 min. Guests featured in this six-part series included Muddy Waters, Brownie McGee, Sonny Terry, Otis Spahn and Willie Dixon.

Zhao gala [Part 1]

Item is a video tape of part one of the Zhao Gala in 1984.

Roy Thompson hall gala opening (exterior shots only)

The opening festival for the Roy Thompson Hall ran from September 13-25, 1982 and included the performance of two commissioned pieces: "Fanfare" by Ray Ludeke and "Sun" by R. Murray Schafer. The hall continues to be a major music and concert venue in Toronto.

Paddy Sampson fonds

  • F 2010.003
  • Arquivo

Fonds consists of audio reels and video tapes (VHS, U-Matic and Betacam) with excerpts of interviews, television shows and specials intended for broadcast on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's (CBC) English Television Network. The tapes were compiled by Paddy Sampson during the course of his employment with the CBC as a television producer.

Sampson, Paddy

The Wolfman Jack Show [television series]

The U.S. disk jockey Wolfman Jack came to the greater public's attention in the 1973 film American Graffiti and as the announcer for the television rock concert series, The Midnight Special. His Howl Productions co-produced The Wolfman Jack Show with the CBC in Vancouver. The producers booked foreign performers as well as Canadian musical artists, such as the Stampeders and Bachman-Turner Overdrive, and was intended to give Canadian artists an avenue into an international market. The program also featured regular performances by the Famous People Players, and comedy with Danny Wells, Peter Cullen, and Sally Sales.

Original air dates: Tue 7:30-8:00 p.m., 5 Oct 1976-13 Sep 1977

Wolfman Jack

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