| Michael Watt|
30 June 1978
| Tommy Banks|
1 April 1980
| 'The Raes Variety Hour'|
Variety show, Today's Special, Lamb Chop's Play‑Along
The Raes was a Canadian variety television series which aired on CBC Television from June 30, 1978 to April 1, 1980.
The Raes (TV series) Wikipedia
Robbie and Cherrill Rae, a husband-and-wife singing duo, hosted this entertainment series featuring the Tommy Banks orchestra, Jeff Hyslop's choreography and the James Hibbard Dancers. The series featured international musical guests combined with Canadian musicians and also included comedy segments starring Lally Cadeau as a wardrobe director and Jackson Davies portraying a television director. The series was recorded with a studio audience at CBC-TV Studios in Vancouver, British Columbia.
The show's initial run was an hour-long mid-season series titled The Raes Variety Hour on Fridays at 9:00 p.m. from June 30 to August 25, 1978. The following year, it ran for a regular season as half-hour episodes under the shortened title The Raes on Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. from September 11, 1979 to April 1, 1980.