CANADIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION, RADIO: MAIN CATALOGUE
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- Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
- Program consisting of an interview with Father Daniel Egan, the "Junkie Priest", at his "Street Haven" for prostitutes, lesbians, and drug addicts. He talks to some of these women about their problems and to Beryl Fox about the causes of their situation and what can be done for them. He also roundly condemns society's treatment of them. Next is an interview with Mrs. Verdun Perl of the World Peace Council by Roger [Graf]. Canadian-born Mrs. Perl went to North Vietnam and tells about Ho Chi Minh, North Vietnam, her meeting with U.S. prisoners, and the North Vietnamese viewpoint towards the war. <30mn>
- NARCOTIC ADDICTS
- NEW YORK
- PERSONAL NARRATIVES
- VIETNAMESE CONFLICT, 1961-1975
- WOMEN'S SHELTERS
- EGAN, DANIEL
- FOX, BERYL
- PERL, VERDUN
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- 1. Based on CBC Radio Archives cataloguing.
- 2. Audio aircheck of a television broadcast.