Item is original sound element for the documentary "Everest - Climb for Hope." Includes audio of a team meeting with Ross and other Everest - Climb for Hope team members [includes voices of Alan, Dennis, Peter, Timo, John, Mario, Pat, Hilda]. Planning a summit bid.
Item is raw sound for the documentary "Everest - Climb for Hope." Includes Alan talking about the problems encountered with generators. Some goofing around talking in accents from Eastern Canada. The importance of electrical power and the various uses that the power is necessary for. Andre talks about the yaks and logistics involved in using and budgeting for yaks and negotiating with locals. He also talks about difficulties in dealing with the Chinese liaison officer and the budget in general. Andre also talks about dealing through the CMA [Chinese Mountaineering Association?]. John talks about his symptoms and how he dealt with suffering from some initial symptoms of high altitude pulmonary edema. Also includes wild sound for camera role 46 and 44 or 45. Includes sounds of crampons on ice, ice picks, other tools going into the ice and the sound of clipping carabineers on to ropes, and ambient outdoor sounds of a wheat field and airport.
Item is original sound element for the documentary "Everest - Climb for Hope." Includes an interview talking about a phone call that happened between Dennis and some school children at a school in Fort St. James, British Columbia, Canada. The call occurred while the team members were on the mountain climbing during a storm. From north col. Sept. 22, 1991. A group meeting and assessment of progress and plans and the fact that a summit bid may be out of the question due to severe weather conditions. Some wild sound of wind and tents.
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.
Item is original sound element for the documentary "Everest - Climb for Hope." Includes audio of Tibetan yak drivers and sherpas weighing loads at base camp before going up to advanced base camp, driving yaks to advanced base camp.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Item is original sound element for the documentary "Everest - Climb for Hope." Item is audio recording of the Canadian Everest team visiting a monastery, a tea ceremony, Dennis talking about his search for remains of a lost expedition [Mallory and Irvin] from the early 20th century.
Item is original sound element for the documentary "Everest - Climb for Hope." Item is an audio recording of an interview with Mark [Kerr] at the end of the expedition; he talks about the successes and failures of the expedition, and how the mountain gave him a new outlook on life. Also includes an interview with Mario, Dennis and John, also at the close of the expedition about their experiences and feelings about it.
Item is an audio reel containing a CBC report of air raid drill "Operation Beware" at Vancouver. Part of larger Pacific Northwest civil defense exercise. Individuals on the recording include reporters Marce Munro and Ray Mackness.
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.
Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an oral history interview conducted by Sue Baptie of George W. Maddams. George Maddams discusses growing up in Vancouver; father taking up property at False Creek, 1880s, and speculating in in land, 1908; family interest in music; played clarinet and later saxophone; attended Mount Pleasant School, 1903, and Alexandra School, 1908; joined musicians union, 1910; played in Vancouver theatres and on CNR ships sailing up the coast to Alaska and across the Pacific. Details of his career playing on the ships "Prince Rupert", "Southern Cross", "Princess Louise" and "Empress of Canada" during the years 1926-1939.
Item is an audio reel containing a recording of the ceremonies for the civic re-opening of the Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver, on Saturday, 2 April 1977. The program includes speeches by political representatives Jack Volrich, Ron Basford, John Roberts, Grace McCarthy and Art Philips; a "show and tell" with supervising architect Ron Nelson and construction manager Roy McBride; and performances by the Suzuki Strings and Ginette Duplessis.
Item is an audio tape containing a recording of the second half of Sunday Magazine, a radio phone-in talk show. E. Jane Rittenhouse is guest on the talk show hosted by Rod Booth. She answers calls about the drug/alcohol/addiction/mental health issues in Vancouver. Rittenhouse talks about the legalization of marijuana. Recording includes some advertisements.
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.
Item is an audio reel containing a recording of a lecture on atomic energy and radiation (00:00-32:23), and a recording of an interview with R.B. [Currie], Director of EMO, regarding civil defence in the event of a nuclear attack (32:24-37:45). The remaining twelve minutes of the recording contain ambient sound of people conversing in a room.
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.
Item is an audio tape containing a recording of a Co-op radio program Nightwatch with a segment about Pender Guy, it's history and achievements to honour it's last night on air. The recording contains interviews with Pender Guy crew and contributors including Barry Wong, Peter Mah and Barry [Fong].
Item is an audio cassette containing a continuation of the recording of a panel from the [PAAC] Conference on the topic of interracial relations among Asian Americans. Speakers include Wendy [King] (University of Oregon), [Deedee Akiyama] (University of Oregon), [Kathy Akiyama] (Antioch College, Ohio), Dr. John Moritsugu (Pacific Lutheran University), Dr. James Morishima (University of Washington), Wendy Ng, Paul Spickard (University of California, Berkeley), and [Sona Takahisa] (University of Washington).
Item is the second of two tapes containing a recording of a screening of and responses to the CBC program "The Golden Mountain: The Chinese in Canada" at the Chinese Cultural Centre. Contents were used on Pender Guy program #274.