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News Profile is a Canadian news and biography television series which aired on CBC Television from 1972 to 1974.
News Profile Wikipedia
Jan Tennant hosted this series in which each episode included a brief headline newscast followed by a feature on a particular personality.
Some of the people presented on News Profile included:1972-1973 season
Salvador Allende (Chilean president)
Idi Amin (Ugandan president)
Willy Brandt (German chancellor)
Alan Eagleson (Hockey
Francisco Franco (Spanish head of state)
Edward Heath (British prime minister)
Ferdinand Marcos (Philippine president)
Juan Perón (Argentine president)
Charles Herbert Best (insulin)
Michel Couvin (Canadian Commissioner in South Vietnam)
Richard J. Daley (Chicago mayor)
Duke Ellington (musician)
William Higgitt (RCMP Commissioner)
Robert Lemieux (October Crisis lawyer)
Peter Lougheed (Alberta premier)
Georges Pompidou (French president)
This 15-minute series was broadcast on Sundays at 12:30 p.m. (Eastern) from 17 September 1972 to 26 May 1974.