Tapestry (CBC radio)

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Tapestry is a Canadian radio program, which airs Sunday afternoons on CBC Radio One featuring documentary and interview programming relating to spirituality, religion, philosophy and psychology.[1] The program was created by producer Peter Skinner and host Peter Downie.[1] The first episode was broadcast in September 1994. Downie was a former host of the CBC Television program Man Alive, which was also about spirituality, faith and religion.[1] Skinner was an associate producer of Tapestry's predecessor on CBC Radio, Open House, as well as at Man Alive.

Peter Downie was the program's first host, for the 1994/95 and 95/96 seasons.[1] The program's current host is Mary Hynes.[2]

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  1. ^ a b c d "CBC revamps radio lineup: Weekend version of The World At Six among new programs slated for this fall"]. The Globe and Mail, June 29, 1994.
  2. ^ "A nomad at play in radio land". The Globe and Mail, January 19, 2004.

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