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Posted by: Rex Posted on: 27. May 2003 at 02:16
Here are the few items that were uncovered in the first 25 pages of search results on Google.ca.  

Forum Administrator, if you have a place for this information, please feel free to re-locate it.


Canadian playwright and author Donald Lamont Jack was born in Redcliffe, England, on December 6, 1924.

Biographical information available in Who's who in Canadian literature 1987-88, p. 160.

The University of Calgary Library has in its Special Collections several hundred fonds including letters, photos, slides and audio tape.  More details can be found at:  

http://www.ucalgary.ca/library/SpecColl/jackd.htm.


Canadian Literature -- Books in Review

http://www.canlit.ca/archive/archive1959-1999/cl_96.html = No.96 - Spring, 1983  -- Rogues, Rebels, and Geniuses
http://www.canlit.ca/archive/archive1959-1999/cl_104.html = No. 104 - Spring, 1985  -- Me Too


Queens Unviersity Film Studies maintains the pages,

"CBC Television Series -- 1952 to 1982"

http://www.film.queensu.ca/Default.html

They list two television series in which DJ was a writer.

1) Hatch's Mill

Tue 9:00-10:00 p.m., 24 Oct-26 Dec 1967

http://www.film.queensu.ca/CBC/Han.html

2) The Unforeseen

Thu 8:30-9:00 p.m., 2 Oct 1958-2 Apr 1959

Wed 10:00-10:30 p.m., 28 Oct 1959-9 Mar 1960

http://www.film.queensu.ca/CBC/U.html


Books on the History of Radio and Television Broadcasting in Canada
Compiled by Harold Sellers

http://www.odxa.on.ca/archives/timelinebooks.html

"Sinc, Betty and the Morning Man: The Story of CFRB. "
Donald Jack. Macmillan, Toronto, 1977.