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Free wheelin' : show #1

Item is recording of a television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and featuring Nancy Robertson, Robert Meares, David Eades, and John Moxin. Topics of this episode include how to improve the security of your U-lock; cycling and public transit; the parts of the bicycle, particularly bicycle wheels; different types of bicycle frames and warranties; the anatomy of a bicycle wheel hub; tips on what to pack when cycling; and bicycle hardware and components.

Inglis, Gordon

Free wheelin' : show #2

Item is recording of a television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and featuring Nancy Robertson, Robert Meares, David Eades, and John Moxin. Topics of this episode include tips on bicycle seats; bicycle advocacy; shop talk: the rear wheel and gears and maintenance; bicycle troubleshooting and warranties; adjusting derailleurs and brakes; and a bike rodeo in Surrey.

Inglis, Gordon

Free wheelin' : show #3

Item is recording of a television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and featuring Nancy Robertson, Robert Meares, David Eades, and John Moxin. Topics of this episode include tips on staying hydrated; cycling policy: standards for roads and highways; shop talk: the steering system of a bicycle; types of tires and tire warranties; eating before cycling; and the history of the Carleton Cycle store.

Inglis, Gordon

In conversation with Charmaine (pilot)

Item is an edited recording of a CBC television talk show pilot which features discussions with influential British Columbians, hosted by Charmaine Crooks. The first guest, community activist Jim Green on activism and community development; evictions caused by Expo '86 and his efforts to prevent them; his personal life and his accomplishments and vision. The second guest, artist George Littlechild, speaks about the artist's role in society; his past in foster homes and racism he experienced; his search for his own cultural identity; his Scottish and Plains Cree background; his art and inspirations; his spirituality; and his role models.

Inglis, Gordon