What was the theme song to the CBC radio show 'And The Answer Is'?
CBC Television series Vacation Time. The summer replacement series aired during the summer months in the place of regular children's programming that was on hiatus. The series ran from 1962-68 and featured films, cartoons, and live broadcasts with special guests. "Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows" by Leslie Gore (Opening theme song 1965-1968)
I take it you are referring to the Hockey Night in Canada musical theme that was played at the introduction/closure of the televised games from the mid-60's through to the mid 2000's. This theme is not a song since there are no lyrics. Unfortunately the British composer of this theme refused to renegotiate the use of her composition with the CBC television network and so it is no longer heard. The musical score may be…
no, the longest radio network in the world is The Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Since July 15, 1929, the choir has performed a weekly radio broadcast called Music and the Spoken Word, which is the longest-running continuous radio network broadcast in the world, having broadcast for over 79 years. The show has been televised since the early 1960s and is now broadcast worldwide through some 1,500 radio, television, and cable stations.
Alcohol in and of itself does not show in a CBC test (Complete Blood Count). But, the effects of alcohol, such as dehydration, is shown because dehydration makes the blood thicker, stickier, and so it elevates certain components of the test. I'd imagine the CBC was part of a routine health screening, vs. being related to the offense.
CBC stands for Complete Blood Count. It gives Red Blood Cell Count (RBC), White Blood Cell Count (WBC), various components of RBCs and WBCs, and the immature cells within each. A CBC can show various diseases and conditions, including but not limited to: temporary dehydration clotting tendencies and risks infection leukemia
I don't know which station you are asking about. The CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) has been around since the 1920s; it has affiliated radio and television stations all over Canada. It is doubtful that a station would be canceled (not unless it loses its license), but a program might be canceled, and this happens all the time.