THE NINE FACES of Barry Morse on the cover of this issue indicate the multi-faceted skills of a man who has long been called Canada’s most versatile actor. In a thirty-year professional career, Morse has played hundreds of roles ranging from Macbeth to Hollywood gangsters.By JON RUDDY15 min
is the radical therapy a BC social worker has pioneered with astonishing success. By trial and error she has found that forcing an infant to fend for itself can be the kindest thing a parent can doBy AUDREY DOWN9 min
PERHAPS THE MOST intriguing aspect of the opening rounds of the affair of This Hour Has Seven Days — even to those who regarded such a blow-up as inevitable — has been the contrast between on the one hand, the Marvin Mellobell bumbling of the CBC management and, on the other, the responsibility, even the maturity of the producers — the astonishing point being that, if anything, we might have expected the seasoned bureaucrats of the CBC to be at least responsible, and the brash, committed, energetic young men and women of Seven Days to act with their emotions first and their reason second.By PETER GZOWSKI7 min
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