Harman Patil

The Sixties (TV series)

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Genre  public affairs
Original language(s)  English
Producer(s)  Cameron Graham
First episode date  3 November 1963
Network  CBC Television
Presented by  Charles Lynch
Country of origin  Canada
No. of seasons  3
Location(s)  Ottawa
Final episode date  11 April 1966
Number of seasons  3
Cast  Charles Lynch
Nominations  Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Picture Editing For Nonfiction Programming

The Sixties was a Canadian current affairs television series which aired on CBC Television from 1963 to 1966.

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Premise

This series was similar to Citizens' Forum in that it was a co-production of the CBC and the Canadian Association for Adult Education which concerned newsworthy topics. Episodes featured a panel discussion which was led by Frank McGee for the first two seasons then by Charles Lynch in the final season. Subjects of international scope were presented such as foreign assistance, English-French relations in Canada, or the situation within and near the Communist Bloc.

Scheduling

The series was broadcast on Sunday afternoons in the first season after which it appeared on late Monday evenings. The half-hour series was broadcast as follows:

References

The Sixties (TV series) Wikipedia


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