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Arrival of film "A Queen is Crowned"

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of a radio broadcast reporting the live arrival of the film "A Queen is Crowned" at Vancouver. The film was a theatrical documentary showing the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, to be shown at both the Vogue and Plaza theatres. Commentator Bob Fortune takes listeners through the arrival of the film at the airport; to the J. Arthur Rank offices for film assembly; then to the Vogue Theatre for beginning of showing.

B.D. Blue River 2nd electric set - June 27, 1975

Item part is an audio recording of a portion of a live concert by the band Brain Damage in Blue River (B.C.). The recording is of an electric set. The song list includes Hanging Around, Taking Sides (Loving Spoonful), Steal Away, Forget to Forget, Too Close for Comfort, Dysentery Rag, Everybody Said to Take Your Life Easy but No One Told Me About the Greasy Goo, and Promised Land (Chuck Berry). Applause, song commentary, and stage banter are also audible. Blank from 39:56.

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B.D. Denman Island 3rd electric set - June 11, 1975

Item is an audio recording of a portion of a live concert by the band Brain Damage on Denman Island (B.C.). The recording is of an electric set. The song list includes The New Song, Trucking Through the City, Young Blood's Vice, Promised Land (Chuck Berry), Let It Go (and It Will Come to You), and Taking Sides. Between the third and fourth song, Bing Jensen performs a monologue and jokes with the audience. Applause, song commentary, and stage banter are also audible. Blank from 40:08.

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B.J.'s Club : ball entrance 1979

Item is an audio reel containing audio for B.J.'s Club Ball Entrance. Writing on the reel container: '1. Part one : opening = 6:42 : 5 second blank space between nos. : 2. Part two : closing = 5:41.'

Best of B.J.'s 1982

Item is an audio reel containing audio edited for use in 'The Best of B.J.'s 1982.' The recording includes music and comic interludes.

Black Sunday in Gastown

Item is a recording of a CBC broadcast of the special program "Black Sunday in Gastown," written and produced by Bill Herbert, which describes the events of the Great Vancouver Fire of 13 June, 1886. The program features the following Vancouver senior citizens who remembered the fire and recounted their stories of the great conflagration which consumed most of the young city: Mrs. John MacKee, Mrs. W.M. Drainey, Mrs. Gertrude E. Gao, Mrs. Eliza Jane Beach, Alex M. Matheson. Also features a tribute to all survivors by Vancouver City Archivist Major J. S. Matthews. Blank from 28:30.

Brain Damage - Mar. 1973

Item part is an audio recording of a live performance by the band Brain Damage. The song list includes Snail On the Run and Mexico among others. Audience applause is also audible. Blank from 32:57.

Brain Damage

Celebration '90 : Dec '88

Item is an audiocassette containing a recording of the Celebration '90 radio show hosted by James Goodman and [Cathy]. The show includes updates on sports events for Celebration '90; an interview with Scott McLellan, photographer for the Gay Games II book 'A Sense of Pride'; and cultural updates for Celebration '90.

Civil defence plans in Vancouver area

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of a discussion regarding civil defense plans in the Vancouver area during General Hatton's visit. Officials discuss Vancouver civil defense and evacuation plans in in time of nuclear attack.

Dan Coates, ex-asst to Robert Andras 1968-1973 [interview]

Item is a recording of an interview with Dan Coates, who served as an executive assistant to Canadian politician Robert Andras from 1960 to 1973. The discussion touches on Robert Andras' view on urban renewal and planning, the general view of urban renewal at the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), and the desire to include the Strathcona community in the discussion of planning in the area.

Dr. John Gofman, Irving Stowe, Jim Bohler, Dr. Robert Ellis

Item is a recording of a broadcast of Open Line hosted by Jim MacDonald in which he interviews Irving Stowe, James Bohlen, Dr. Robert Ellis and Dr. John Gofman about the Amchitka Island nuclear tests scheduled for September of 1971. Topics discussed include the possibility of earthquakes or tidal waves resulting from bomb detonation, and the health and environmental consequences of nuclear radiation. The latter part of the recording consists of call-in questions and answers from the panel.

Earle, Kaye

Item is an interview with Kaye Earle. Interview conducted by Imbi Harding and Peggy Schofield.

Everest - roll A - wild tracks from Nagra SN

Item is original sound element for the documentary "Everest - Climb for Hope." Item is an audio recording of ambient noise/wild sound taken in Kathmandu including: Canadian Everest team members negotiating with sherpas; traffic; children playing; music, flutes and singing; motorcycle; music, singing and a string instrument; and shopping in the market.

Everest - roll B - wild tracks from Nagra SN

Item is original sound element for the documentary "Everest - Climb for Hope." Includes road and traffic sounds, a bus, horns, street noises in Kathmandu. Also includes a roof-top meeting in Kathmandu of team members planning for the expedition.

Everest - tape 1

Item is original sound element for the documentary "Everest - Climb for Hope." Includes Michael Collier capturing ambient sound in Kathmandu: on the roof of the hotel; overlooking the street above hotel; children playing on a rooftop; nighttime on the roof in Kathmandu; early morning on the roof of the Kathmandu hotel; porters being paid; trucks; Zangmu, Tibet breakfast with interpreter and guide; making arrangements with Chinese to move supplies, dealing with going around an avalanche; porters carrying team's supplies and baggage; reunion of the Canadian Everest team; and talk about the avalanche. MI-528A Aug. 7-9, 1991

Everest - tape 1

Item is original sound element for the documentary "Everest - Climb for Hope." Audio recording; includes sounds of getting ready to leave Zangmu; ambient noise; children; Tibetans cutting sod; singing; Aug. 11, 1991.

Everest - tape 2

Item is original sound element for the documentary "Everest - Climb for Hope." Includes wild sound. Includes audio of men setting up the radio tower, sounds of wind around the radio shack,

Everest - tape 2

Item is original sound element for the documentary "Everest - Climb for Hope." Includes sounds of trucks and other vehicles going by the hotel, thunder, wild sound, yelling, morning tea ritual (cameral role 11). Sounds to accompany men planning and looking at a map of Everest, team members joking and talking, team members being blessed in a ceremony, lining up for team photograph, (camera role 15). Was recorded along with cameral roles: 11, 15.

Everest 3 ; see audio cassette log

Item is original sound element for the documentary "Everest - Climb for Hope." Includes wild sound, side A. Audio includes wild sound of wives and girlfriends leaving base camp, yaks being loaded, sherpas arguing with Mr. Lee, a sherpa burning juniper incense, yaks travelling toward advanced base camp, and yaks crossing a stream.

Everest 3 ; see audio cassette log

Item is original sound element for the documentary "Everest - Climb for Hope." Audio includes wild sound of radio communication between camp and advanced base camp, Ross listening in on walkie-talkie communication between climbers, men playing the card game thirty-one (betting with beef jerky), shovelling snow off of Mario's tent, lighting up the stove, opening up boxes of supplies, and men making plans.

Everest 4 ; see audio cassette log

Item is original sound element for the documentary "Everest - Climb for Hope." Includes audio of various radio conversations: Tim discussing his knee injury with Dr. Dennis, Alan and Tim talking about Tim's injury, Mike and Jamie talking between base camp and the north col.

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