Cbc Essay Kids 2010

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I don't mind change (in fact rather like it) - whether host, format or content. This Is That and The Irrelevant Show - well, I have never been able to warm up to either.But the drift towards coverage of the shallow and gossipy is beneath the CBC. With so many excellent comedy shows on CBC Radio (the Debaters, Laugh Out Loud, Because News for example), these two are just a disappointment. Please don't sell it short in an effort to sell it.

I don't mind change (in fact rather like it) - whether host, format or content. This Is That and The Irrelevant Show - well, I have never been able to warm up to either.But the drift towards coverage of the shallow and gossipy is beneath the CBC. With so many excellent comedy shows on CBC Radio (the Debaters, Laugh Out Loud, Because News for example), these two are just a disappointment. Please don't sell it short in an effort to sell it.

I listen to the shortened summer version of Sunday Morning, praying for cogent intellectual discussion.

I yearn for local radio programming that does not consist solely of weather and traffic reports, chatty, guffawing camaraderie about the hosts' personal lives, loud music, and a very occasional fluff interview or film review.

I have now deleted the CBC Radio app from my phone and rarely ever turn my car radio on. Now it is an hour of infotainment and music, which is not what I’m looking for. I used to recommend CBC Radio to anyone who would listen – no more. From Bob Calhoun, Summerland, BC: I hope the majority of CBC Radio summer programs will soon disappear – forever, never to be resurrected. My trust in CBC Radio and in all mainstream media gradually diminished in recent years. After listening to the Sunday Edition, I called CBC Vancouver and CBC Toronto asking for an explanation. Why would CBC use David Frum as an expert without researching this matter?

I realize that much of the programming gets rehashed during the summer, but I’m not sure why. Some of your newer programming is downright snooze-inducing. I’m almost embarrassed to admit that I still listen at all. Given the rambling and shallow nature of most current CBC Radio programming, in another three months, you will have lost me, as well. CBC should not be giving people their 15 minutes of fame for talking about their personal problems. Please junk all this stuff and bring back radio worth listening to. Programs I'd toss in the junk bin: Love Me, Out in the Open, Sleepover, Seat at the Table, and a bunch of others that I did not take the time to learn their names. Working as a Landman in Alberta, buying rights-of-way for oil, gas, and for irrigation development, I spent many hours driving over the province listening to CBC Radio. For a while I donated to "Friends of Canadian Broadcasting" hoping for a return to the CBC I once enjoyed. Unhappy with the form letter I got from CBC I wrote the CBC Ombudsman without satisfaction.

The gosh of Suk Yin Lee and the rest of the story infotainment is like too much icing, too little cake. And I am a lefty educated in a crucible of progressive bla bla bla. (Think NPR and BBC.) Ideas still does a wonderful job. OK, I am old, but I have loved this type of content since my 20s and the shows I have mentioned are the ones that made me a permanent radio devotee.

Good, a bit, but a one dimensional taste sensation if you'll pardon the failed foodie synaesthaesic analogy here.... I used to listen to Radio 1 all day and into the evening.

September 7, 2017 Some of the 75 protest letters sent to CBC management: (Below are many of the more than 400 comments posted on social media, as well as on the CBC's own Fan page.) From Diane Mc Leod: I used to be an avid CBC Radio One listener. David Frum told of his friend Barbara Olson using her cell phone to call her husband Ted.

In my car, my home, online, I was happy to have the radio tuned only to CBC. As far as human-interest stories go, they are a fail. Barbara called from the aircraft that crashed into the Pentagon.

National programming is a nightmare of post-adolescent self-indulgence. Give us back the radio that helped knit a nation together.

From Isabel Hinther After suffering through the 'dumbing down' of CBC One over the years, I feel compelled to finally write in protest.

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