Nothing on but the Radio: A Look Back at Radio in Canada and How It Changed the World

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Nothing On
but the Radio
A Look Back
at Radio in
Canada and
How It Changed
the World

Gil Murray


A HOUNSLOW BOOK
A MEMBER OF THE DUNDURN GROUP
TORONTO • OXFORD

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Table of Contents 7
  • Prologue 9
  • Sparks from on High 11
  • We've Got the Way — Now What Do We Say? 17
  • War of the Airwaves 25
  • Depressionus Exultatus 31
  • Early In, Early out 37
  • Birth of a Station 43
  • Bucking the Bronco 49
  • Early Cool 55
  • There'd Be Some Changes Made 67
  • Not Enough Cookes? 77
  • O Pioneers! 83
  • The Beat Goes On… 91
  • The Biggest Daddy of Them All 95
  • Radio's Chairman of the Board 99
  • The Elite of the Airwaves 105
  • A World Up in the Air 111
  • Into the Den of the Lion 117
  • The Truth Will out 123
  • Beyond the Blue Horizon 127
  • Parade of the Fading Stars 131
  • Blast from the Iconoclast 135
  • The Zanier, the Better 143
  • Charting New Dead Reckoning 147
  • Of Shoes and Ships and Sealing Wax 153
  • The March of Technology 161
  • Out of the Frying Pan 173
  • Christmas in the Sub-Arctic 179
  • The Apotheosis of Pierre Trudeau 187
  • From Whence Did It Come? 193
  • War on the Airwaves 203
  • The Sound of Money in Her Voice3 207
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