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And Now... Here's Max

And Now Here s Max Now Canadians need no longer wait for the CBC to re run recordings of Max Ferguson s notorious radio shows assuming that the tapes have not all been destroyed by court order A full dose of his lunacy

  • Title: And Now... Here's Max
  • Author: Max Ferguson Shelagh Rogers
  • ISBN: 9780986497469
  • Page: 326
  • Format: ebook
  • Now Canadians need no longer wait for the CBC to re run recordings of Max Ferguson s notorious radio shows assuming that the tapes have not all been destroyed by court order A full dose of his lunacy, depravity, and flagrant disregard for CBC management can now be enjoyed at any hour of the day or night simply by reading a copy of And Now Here s Max, his scandalous memNow Canadians need no longer wait for the CBC to re run recordings of Max Ferguson s notorious radio shows assuming that the tapes have not all been destroyed by court order A full dose of his lunacy, depravity, and flagrant disregard for CBC management can now be enjoyed at any hour of the day or night simply by reading a copy of And Now Here s Max, his scandalous memoir of a life in broadcasting at the CBC.

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    1 thought on “And Now... Here's Max

    1. By and large I enjoyed this book. It is a memoir originally published in the late 1960s, so I was unfamiliar with many of the references. I'm not sure the author intended some of the impressions I formulated: how unprofessional many early radio personalities were, how things happened without the author blinking his (male) eye but that would actually be classified as sexual harassment in this day and age, how prudish Canadian broadcasting was back in the day, etc. I did laugh out loud over the de [...]

    2. There have been complaints about how today's boomerang kids are simply refusing to grow up. This whole book is about a bunch of grown Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio announcers who, over fifty years ago, refused or forgot to grow up. They behave disgracefully anyway and my heart goes out to their long-suffering wives. However, reading about it is a hoot and this is on my list of funniest books ever. To support this,And now's Maxwon the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour in Canada. If that [...]

    3. A hysterically funny look at operations and characters at CBC Halifax and Toronto in the early days of television. Highly recommend!

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